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It is true that when people think of cheese they think of places such as Wisconsin or France. With the amount of history located in each of these places that revolves specifically around cheese, it is not surprising that they get the bulk of the credit for bringing the tasty, complex goodness of cheese to the world. HOWEVER: would it surprise you to learn that California is also a top competitor when it comes to places to find amazing cheese? Regardless of your answer to that question, you will not want to miss the exciting adventure that is headed your way this September at the Fifth Annual San Francisco Cheese Fest.
Spring festivals in the Bay Area are fast approaching (some have already happened!) and we don’t want you to miss out one the chance to participate in one of these fantastic events, so we’re going to be devoting some more time today to one of our favorites.
Darkness lies upon us as the longest night of the year approaches with alarming rapidity. Even though our Bay Area winters are not as overbearing as something you might find in Wisconsin (and who wouldn’t gladly trade six months of snow for 12 of a constant, light fog?), we still experience the soul-crushing darkness that comes with winter, no matter what the temperature. In order to combat the endless night, numerous artists within the city have gathered together to create breathtaking, surprising, and beautiful sculptures that use as their central thesis the one thing we all crave so badly at this moment: light.
April in most cities around the United States means spring cleaning, celebrating Easter, and rainy days. And while there’s no shortage of any of those things in San Francisco, April in the Bay Area also means one other very important thing – Film Festival Season. April draws film enthusiasts from all corners of the Globe who come to witness one, or all, of the distinct film festivals that take place every spring. Here’s a roundup of the film festivals in April 2016:
The fall season brings the 7th annual traditional Mexican Dia de los Muertos celebration to North Berkeley. The event is taking place November 2nd from 5-9pm and will feature a wine and beer garden, food booths and trucks, and art and craft vendors. Activities for kids and adults alike include ceramic and sugar skull painting and pet altar creations.
Have you visited the Certified Farmers Market at the Fillmore Plaza Center on Saturdays? It brims with locally grown and freshly harvested crisp veggies, extra sweet fruits, and much more. On the evenings of July 10th and 11th, however, this space will be transformed to something equally as wonderful but significantly different. Three city blocks will be closed for the 6th Annual Salsa Festival. From 6:30 pm until 10 pm on Friday and Saturday nights, the celebrations will include free live music, salsa lessons, and hundreds of outdoor dancers! Can you imagine the sights and sounds?