Bay Area event transportation
Get out your jazz hands and maybe dust of your collected works of Neil Simon because, boy-oh-boy, coming up at the end of March is the one and only Bay Area Theatre Week! Part of the reason this is so exciting is that this is the first ever Bay Area Theatre Week, although the level of enthusiasm around San Francisco in general and within the Bay Area’s theater community in particular suggests that this will hardly be a one-off event.
Veggies…where would we be without them? Probably comatose on our couches, wasted from energy depletion, and steadily packing on the pounds. Fortunately, vegetables are here and just waiting for us to eat them! In honor of our leafy greens, some of the folks down in Sonoma County have put together the Sonoma County VegFest. Now in its 5th year, the annual event is more than just a promotion of healthy food choices. It is also a gathering of individuals committed to pursuing sustainable living, environmental preservation, and compassion towards all living things.
Union Square is one of the most celebrated and happening spaces in San Francisco. Surrounded by fabulous restaurants, swanky hotels, and one-of-a-kind boutiques, it is an inseparable piece of the new San Francisco. Every week, many of the various locations in and around Union Square hold special events for those who manage to find their way there. This week, we are highlighting three fantastic activities occurring at several locations near Union Square, all of which are sure to entertain, delight, and enrich you.
Those who like to tinker, build, innovate, and explore the limits of person and machine will have the time of their lives this upcoming weekend. From May 20th to May 22nd, the Maker Faire is coming to the Bay Area for a weekend of engaging, educational, and mind-blowing activities that all center around science, machinery, and hands-on creativity.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to cook a delicious French dinner? Now’s your chance, as this one-night-only French cooking class presented by Parties That Cook. Not only will you learn to prepare a delicious Parisian-inspired menu, you’ll get to taste each gourmet dish, enjoy some French wines, and maybe even make a few new friends! Each one of Parties That Cook’s public cooking classes are a social affair, where you are encouraged to interact with other guests as you learn to prepare delicious new recipes.
Ice Princess, Wintertime, It’s a Pleasure, One in a Million, Thin Ice, On Edge, My Lucky Star, Sun Valley Serenade, The Mighty Ducks… what’s your favorite ice skating movie? ‘Tis the season to start watching those seasonal and holiday films, oftentimes the ones we’ve loved since childhood.
If you’re a runner, you know that the Bay Area is an ideal location for an athletic excursion, from a quick three-mile jog to an entire marathon. From the Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman’s Warf, from Crissy Field to Yerba Buena Gardens, our section of Northern California is stunning, and the scenery makes the ideal backdrop for a run. This is why a variety of races take place in San Francisco and the greater Bay Area year after year. So, how do you choose which events to support?
Romeo and Juliet is one of Shakespeare’s classic plays. It’s a story of the love that binds a young man and young women together, but two families that are content on keeping them apart. The play, like most of Shakespeare, is a tragedy.
San Francisco boasts some of the best homegrown food in the United States, from fruit to cheese and fresh baked breads. There’s no better place to get a taste for the city than at one of the many local farmer’s markets.
Every summer brings many different kinds of festivals to the one and only San Francisco. Whether you live here or are just visiting, you will be sure to find a festival that peaks your interests.