35th Annual Carnaval San Francisco
May 25th-26th Harrison St. between 16th & 24th Sts.
Carnaval San Francisco will be celebrated in San Francisco’s Mission District over the Memorial Day weekend. Showcasing the best Latin American and Caribbean cultural arts and traditions from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, this year’s theme is Carnaval Harlem Shake.The FREE two-day festival will offer food, music, dance, arts and crafts, and other fun activities and entertainment on every street corner for the entire family to enjoy. For more information click here.
Larkspur Flower & Food Festival
May 26th, 11a-6p
Magnolia between Ward & King Streets, Downtown Historic Larkspur
Welcome summer at the free Larkspur Flower and Food Festival May 26th from 11-6. Dance on Magnolia Ave. to Revolver and the Unauthorized Rolling Stones. Enjoy arts and crafts, food and Salsa Tasting Competition. Info call the Larkspur Community Association at 415.924-3803 Click here for more information.
The Terracotta Warriors
Now through May 27th
Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
The Terracotta Warriors are coming to San Francisco—their one and only stop on the West Coast. Regarded as the Eighth Wonder of the World, they’ll be at the Asian Art Museum through May 27th. Buy advance tickets now to ensure a smooth visit; get up-close-and-personal with these astonishing archaeological wonders and other amazing artifacts from the First Emperor of China’s underground tomb, constructed 2,200 years ago. For details, please visit www.asianart.org.
Goodwill and the Marin Home and Garden Expo
Saturday, June 1st & Sunday, June 2nd
Marin Center Fairgrounds and Exhibit Hall in San Rafael
Get smart and go green with Goodwill and the Marin Home and Garden Expo! Goodwill and the Marin Builders Association invite you to a celebration of Marin County’s unique and “smart” lifestyle at the Third Annual Marin Home & Garden Expo. Be one of the first 200 donors to bring a bag of gently worn clothes, toys, shoes, books or household goods to the Goodwill Donation Truck conveniently located at the entrance of the Marin Home and Garden Expo and get a 2 for 1 ticket admission into the Expo! It’s an easy way you can help support zero waste and keep the Bay Area green. Together, our donations help Goodwill take pressure off Marin landfills and give one more local, out of work person a second chance in 2013. So, get smart and go green – Come to the Marin Home & Garden Expo and bring a bag of donate-able items to the Goodwill Donation Truck to receive your 2 for 1 ticket into the show, a ten dollar value! June 1st and 2nd at the Marin Center Fairgrounds and Exhibit Hall in San Rafael. For more info visit www.Marinhomegarden.com or www.SFGoodwill.org.
Goodwill of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin. When you donate, good grows.
Marin Home & Garden Expo
June 1-2 Marin Center Fairgrounds & Exhibit Hall
Raise your home's IQ at the Marin Home & Garden Expo June 1 and 2 at the Marin Center Fairgrounds in San Rafael. Experience Smart Home products, lectures and an interactive home automation exhibit. Benefits the Marin Builders Association Scholarship fund. For more information click here.
Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis
Now through June 2nd
de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity direct from the Netherlands, experience Vermeer's enigmatic "Girl With A Pearl Earring" and other masterpieces by Rembrandt, Hals, and Steen only at the de Young Musieum in Golden Gate Park, now through June 2nd. More...
TLC Long Island Medium's Theresa Caputo
Sunday, June 9th
San Jose Civic Auditorium
Theresa Caputo, psychic medium and star of the hit TLC show, Long Island Medium, will be appearing live at the San Jose Civic on Sunday, June 9th to give intereactive readings to the audience members throughout the show and will also share personal stories about her life and unique gifts. More.
Family Winemakers of California
Saturday, August 17th-Sunday, August 18th
Fort Mason, San Francisco
Formed in 1991 to lobby for the rights of its members to freely produce, market and sell their products, we currently represent over 500 producers. FWC hosts these tastings because they provide a cost-effective marketing approach for small, family-owned wineries, which allows them to share what the vines produce and they craft so you can enjoy it on your table.Buy your advanced tickets now by clicking here and using special code "96.5KOIT" for a special 20% discount!
California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco
Did you know that humans almost went extinct 90,000 to 70,000 years ago? Trace the milestones of our species’ fascinating history in Human Odyssey, a dramatic new addition to Tusher African Hall. Compare fossils of early human relatives, walk alongside a computer animation of the famous "Lucy" skeleton, map our species' extensive journey across the world, and follow the clues that scientists use to investigate our past. You'll discover why the 7 billion people on the planet today are much more alike than you might think. More.