It’s a little festival with a big view!
The 21st Annual Potrero Hill Festival is tomorrow, Oct. 15, on 20th Street between Wisconsin and Missouri Streets. The event kicks off with a “New Orleans” Style Brunch created by the California Culinary Academy and is followed exciting street fair where there will be music, food, crafts and activities for the young and old alike.
Looking for something to do with the family on the weekend?
Bring your family out to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SF MOMA) on Sundays. Sundays are Family Sundays, where you and your kids can explore art, create your own, travel to virtual worlds, get hands-on, discover special places, be inspired. Mod-erators guide participatory art projects and docents lead family-friendly gallery tours at 1:00 p.m. Special programs like book readings and movie screenings round it all out. Look. Think. Create. That’s the plan for Family Sunday.
And on Family Sunday, kids 12 and under get into the SF MOMA for free from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. That’s right, free. But grown-ups do have to pay $18 to get in.
This weekend, you can go to Treasure Island for a free weekend of world-class dragon boat racing, spectacular cultural performances, and fun-filled activities for the whole family at the largest competitive dragon boat festival in the United States.
This Saturday and Sunday, bring your family out to the Marina Green (San Francisco’s panoramic waterfront park located just two miles east of the Golden Gate Bridge) for the annual Family Day Kite Festival. Enjoy watching spectacular kites flown high — from the acrobatic kites of world champions to the hand-made entries of amateurs. And kids of all ages will receive free kites to fly.