Noe Valley Holiday Wine Walk
December 1, 2016
Noe Valley - 24th Street 

A Christmas Carol
December 2-24, 2016
ACT's Geary Theater

The Christmas Ballet
December 15-24, 2016
Yerba Buena Center
for the Arts

SWEA San Francisco Christmas Fair
December 3, 2016
St. Mary's Cathedral 

Union Street Fantasy of Lights
December 3, 2016
Union Street between
Van Ness & Steiner

Great Dickens Christmas Fair
December 3-18, 2016
Cow Palace, Daly City 

Beauty and the Beast
December 3-23, 2016
Berkeley Playhouse 

Run Wild San(ta) Francisco
December 4, 2016
Crissy Field 

World Tree of Hope
Lighting Ceremony

December 7, 2016
City Hall 

December 10, 2016
Union Square 

Holiday Brass
December 11, 2016
Davies Symphony Hall 

San Francisco Great Santa Run
December 11, 2016
Crissy Field

December 14-29, 2016
War Memorial Opera House 

December 16-30, 2016
San Francisco Zoo 

All-You-Can-Eat Crab Feast 
December 18, 2018
SoMa StrEat Food Park 

Christmas Rocks
December 24, 2016
The Warfield 

Bill Graham Menorah
December 24-31, 2016
Union Square 

San Francisco Symphony
December 31, 2016
Davies Symphony Hall 

Mother of all New Year’s (MOANY)
December 31, 2016
Regency Ballroom 

San Francisco New Year’s Eve Fireworks
December 31, 2016

New Year’s One Day
December 31, 2016
Crissy Field 
Alemany San Francisco Farmers Market
Saturdays Dawn to Dusk
100 Alemany Blvd. 

Crocker Galleria Farmers Market
Thursdays 11am-3pm
50 Post Street

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-2pm
Grove Street, at Divisadero

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina and Buchanan

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesdays 10am–2pm
Thursdays 10am - 2pm
Saturdays 8am-2pm
One Ferry Building

Heart of the City Farmers Market 
Wednesdays 7am-5:30pm 
Sundays 7am-5pm
1182 Market Street

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sundays 9am-1pm
8th Ave., between Judah and Irving St.

Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-2pm
2425 Geary Blvd. at St. Joseph’s St.

The Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturdays 8am-1pm
3861 24th St, between Sanchez
and Vicksburg Streets

Stonestown Farmers Market 
Sundays 9am-1pm
3251 20th Avenue

UCSF Parnassus Farmers Market
Wednesdays 10am-3pm
505 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco Football 
San Francisco Baseball
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
Oakland Football
San Jose Soccer

SF State Gators 
USF Dons
Clancy's Christmas Trees
Christmas Tree Jamboree
Bay Area Ski Bus
San Francisco Zoo
Golden Gate Park
North Beach Pool 
Mission Cliffs
Planet Granite 
Japanese Tea Garden
Ghirardelli Square
Legion of Honor
de Young Museum 
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
Walt Disney Family Museum 
Wax Museum
SF Brewers Guild
Ferry Building Marketplace
Lucky Strike 
Muir Woods
Presidio Golf Course
Fisherman's Wharf
CA Academy of Sciences
Conservatory of Flowers
Coit Tower
Lombard Street
AT&T Park 
Aquarium of the Bay
Twin Peaks
Orpheum Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Cliff House

Angel Island 
Maritime National Historic Park 
Painted Ladies
Pier 39
Golden Gate Bridge
Union Square 
Presidio of San Francisco 

The holidays should be a time to celebrate meaningful moments with friends and family. But sometimes they become so commercialized that their value gets lost amid the stress of shopping, wrapping, and cleaning up. This year, why not take a break from the frenzy? Plan a special celebration with your loved ones that maximizes the quality time you spend together and minimizes the stressful hours you devote to shopping. At home, consider the following ideas to enrich your festivities:

  • Recycle used ribbons, bows and decorative wrappings. Store used paper and accessories in a convenient place for the next birthday or holiday occasion.
  • Try alternatives to storebought wrapping paper. Leftover fabric, lightweight wallpaper, colorful scarves and even the Sunday comics work just as well.
  • Buy a live holiday tree. The tree will survive inside for about a week with ample watering and somewhat cool air temperatures. When you're ready, transplant it outside to a spot you have already prepared, or donate it to a school or community center. If you buy a cut tree rather than a live one, recycle it.
  • Decorate with delight. Ask your children to make garlands and wreaths from leftover construction paper, wild berries, fruits and nuts. Craft homespun centerpieces from boughs and pinecones gathered in your yard. Brighten up doors and hallways with holiday greeting cards. Trade decorations with friends or family to add a "new" flair to your home without having to buy new products.
  • Purchase greeting cards from a non-profit organization. In many cases, a part of the purchase price can be deducted as a contribution to the organization.
  • Entertain efficiently. Replace throwaway plates, cups, silverware and napkins with durable goods you can use season after season.
  • Reuse cookie tins, baskets and festive food containers. Refill these next year and give them as gifts.
  • Try catalog shopping. You'll save energy and reduce your own stress levels by not driving back and forth to various shopping malls.
Friday, December 2, 2016
Always Shine
Man Down

Friday, December 9, 2016
Friend Request
Miss Sloane
Nocturnal Animals
Office Christmas Party

Friday, December 16, 2016
Collateral Beauty 
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
La La Land

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Assassin's Creed
Patriots Day 

Sunday, December 25, 2016
Why Him? 
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