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What Should You Do This Weekend?

Attend Our Very Own Balboa Block Party

Join us for an exciting Block Party – a fun-filled, family-friendly event featuring live music by The Alexa's and an array of small business booths! Come and explore offerings from local favorites like Tall Confections, Keepsake Jewelry Collection, and more. This will be the second block party we are hosting. The first block party was a success, we loved the process, and we really got to meet our community—this one will be even better. Bring your friends and family! Event is free and happening Saturday from 12-5pm.

Celebrate Juneteenth Everywhere

From Thrillist: "There are a bunch of ways to celebrate Juneteenth this Saturday. MoAD is offering free admission and special programs throughout the day. Join thousands of people for the Juneteenth SF Freedom Celebration in the Fillmore (also on Saturday), where there will be carnival games and rides, retail and food vendors, a classic car show, live music, and more. Oakland's 14th Annual Fam Bam Juneteenth Festival is taking place at Lake Merritt (on Saturday) and promises music, food, vendors, wellness workshops, art installations, and youth activities for the whole family. Berkeley is hosting its 36th annual Juneteenth Festival on Sunday with live music, food, and fun."

Events are free. Click on each link to find more details.

See Some New Queer and Trans Performers at the Fresh Meat Festival

From Thrillist: "Head to Z Space to see Bay Area trans, queer, and gender non-conforming artists performing Afro-Latin dance, bomba dance and music, vogue dance, opera, aerial dance, stand-up comedy, live music, and more. There are multiple performances over the weekend, and artists will be performing all over the building during each one, so you get a taste of everything." Cost is $15-$40 (sliding scale). Click the link for details.

Head to the North Beach Festival

From SFFree&Cheap: "The North Beach Festival is held in historic North Beach District, known to locals and visitors alike as San Francisco’s Little Italy and the home of the famed Beat Generation. This year’s Festival will span 9 blocks and feature over 100 arts and crafts booths, some of the Bay Area’s best gourmet food vendors, several stages of live music, DJ’s, beer gardens, Makers Block activities, Italian Street Art, the Blessing of the Animals, performances from Club Fugazi acrobats, and so much more all in the heart of North Beach, nestled amongst its many charming and unique shops and restaurants. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to participate in this San Francisco tradition which is known nationally and internationally."

Event is free and happening Saturday and Sunday from 10am-6pm.

Stop by Rare Device for the Opening Party of Their New Exhibit

From Rare Device Instagram: "We're proud to announce the upcoming gallery show Clay Sunset by Ian Mackay. Show opens Friday, June 16th. Opening reception 6-8pm. You will not want to miss it!"

Event is free and happening Friday the 16th.

Visit the De Young Museum for Free This Whole Weekend

From SecretSanFrancisco: "SF’s De Young Museum has announced that they’ll be offering free admission for 8 weekends throughout 2023, thanks to a $1 million grant from Google.

This generous gift is the single largest grant in the institution’s history from a corporate foundation and is directly in support of the US premiere of the exhibition Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence."

Free entrance happening all weekend.

It's going to be a great weekend!

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