Remember that time the sky turned pink and two rainbows appeared and everyone was standing outside, looking up and taking pictures, like an alien invasion was about to happen?
Yup. Pretty much the best week ever.
Let’s make it the best weekend ever too.
ROTUNDA DANCE SERIES | City Hall
Did you know City Hall showcases a dance performance on the first Friday of the month? Neither did we. Today at 12pm, the Duniya Dance & Drum Company perform & teach “traditional and innovative performance pieces from Guinea, West Africa and Punjab, India.” It’s free and across the street from our neighborhood so check it out if you can.
[1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place]
PARTY LIKE IT’S 1906 | McRoskey Mattress Company
A trio of organizations are co-hosting a book reading for “A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities That Arise in Disaster.” It examines the bravery and altruism that follows a natural disaster, with a focus on our 1906 earthquake. It’s sponsored by McRoskey, The Green Arcade, and the SF Public Library. And there will 1906-themed food. It’s tonight at 7pm and you’re so there.
SUNDAY STREETS | Western Addition
The big event is coming to a neighborhood near us. Created to mix healthy living, walking spaces, and fun, Sunday Streets is taking place near/around Alamo Square from 11am-4pm. We’re telling you this for two reasons. It’s relatively close and accessible by foot or bike, and a lot of streets you might use will be closed. Check out their map for all the specifics.