FLEET WEEK Oct 3-8 Full airshow above the Airshow and intermittently throughout the rest of the City, Coast Guard rescue demonstrations, Navy ship tours, live music, a parade of ships underneath the Golden Gate Bridge, and tons more.
Air Show & Blue Angels – Oct 5-7 US Navy Blue Angels and Canadian Snowbirds.
The annual Fleet Week Parade of Ships will take place on Friday, October 5, 2018 from approximately 11am to Noon with the first ships under the GG Bridge just before noo Ship Tours – October 3-8 Throughout Fleet Week, thousands of visitors climb aboard amphibious carriers, destroyers and cruisers docked at the Embarcadero
OCT 6 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival 2018: Free In San Francisco
Saturday October 6
24 Hour Comics Day: Watch Artists Create a Brand New Comic | Mission Dist.
Limited Registration for participation for full participation in the event is $10 Cost: FREE* Mission: Comics & Art | 2250 Mission St missioncomicsandart.com/
Sunday, October 7, 2018
2018 Mission Dolores “Fiesta” Celebration Free All Day @ Mission Dolores | 3321 16th St., Mission Dolores Schoolyard, 16th and Church St, Come enjoy and join in on this much-loved tradition.
PANCAKE DANCE in the Mission
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9 day Litquake Literary Festival begins October 15th
Lit Crawl San Francisco
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A massive, one-night literary pub crawl throughout the city’s Mission District. Lit Crawl SF brings together 500+ authors and close to 10,000 fans for the world’s largest free pop-up literary event. Started in 2004, Lit Crawl cultivates a unique, resonant brand: smart and silly, worldly and wacky events presented in venues usual (bars, cafes, galleries, and bookstores) and unusual (police stations, tattoo parlors, barbershops, and laundromats)
New for 2018! Saturday, Oct 20th • 12:30pm - 4:00pm First Annual Lit Crawl Book Fair at The Chapel
Join local presses, businesses, and literary magazines for a book fair like no other... at The Chapel in the heart of the Mission District on the afternoon of Lit Crawl San Francisco.
"It has never been easier — or more delicious — to embrace a plant-based diet. Not too long ago, vegetarian and vegan diners were limited to limp tofu bowls and nut loaves. In recent years, long-standing vegetarian and vegan fine dining staples like Millennium and Greens have been joined by a growing number of casual, innovative spots like the Butcher’s Son and Nourish Cafe. There are even plant-based burger chains like Next Level Burgers, Veggie Grill and VeganBurg. And the infamous veggie burger that bleeds, the Impossible Burger, has gone mainstream and is available at the Cheesecake Factory."
Millennium- A beloved plant-based fine-dining bay area restaurant that has been around since 1994 and thrived since it's move from SF to Oakland, Millennium offers a fresh local, sustainable, and organic menu.