Friday, October 15
SOMA Artist Studios
Not only was SOMA Artist Studios selected “Best of the Bay” Best Artists Collective this year, but there are 38 artists exhibiting all under one roof, in an easy-to-park area of the City. The opening reception for the artists is from 6-10 p.m. (food, drink and great art!). For more information, visit Soma Art Studios.

Saturday, October 16
Get into Treasure Island Music Festival for FREE!
Really want to go to theTreasure Island Music Festival but bummed that Saturday tickets are sold out? Volunteer with Clean Vibes to assist with the festival’s waste control and environmental impact to get free entrance the day that you volunteer. Email to get the hook-up! (Thanks for the tip Fun Cheap SF)

Longplayer and the Long Conversation
YBCA is presenting a musical performance of epic proportions: a 1,000 minute excerpt of Pogues founding member Jem Finer’s experimental orchestra. Longplayer will be presented simultaneously with the Long Conversation, an epic relay of one-to-one conversations among some of the Bay Area’s most interesting minds. In line with the Foundation’s goal of contrasting today’s “faster/cheaper” mindset with opportunities for “slower/better” thinking, this relay-style lecture presents randomly assigned pairs of speakers talking for 30 minutes, including Appeal pal Violet Blue.

Trolley Dances
San Francisco Trolley Dances has been spicing up public transportation since 2004 by taking audience members to secret locations through-out the city for dance performances. And all it takes is a Muni ticket! The 2 hour tour leaves on the N Judah from Duboce Park and goes to to Golden Gate Park, tours leave every 45 minutes between 11:00 a.m.-2:45 p.m. Click here for more info.

Sunday, October 17, 2010
Swing Dancing in the Streets
Want to learn how to swing dance? Enjoy free lessons with Queer Ballroom and live music from 1:00pm – 4:00pm at Noe and Market in the Castro. No partner or experience necessary!

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