cupcakes.jpgFriday, February 25, 2011
Kid Koala
Kid Koala, a talented Montreal-based DJ and turntablist, is bringing his unique sound and skills to San Francisco this weekend. As part of Noise Pop‘s excellent line-up, Kid Koala will be equipped with plenty of rare vinyl he’ll be spinning on four turntables to get you moving and dancing. This should definitely be an amazing show! At Mighty (119 Utah St.) at 9:00 PM, tickets $18 adv/$20 doors

Monster Drawing Rally
Better then a truck show any day, Southern Exposure presents Monster Drawing as a spectator sport. Watch more then 120 artists work away, then bring home your favorite piece for only $60. All proceeds provide much needed support for Southern Exposure’s Exhibitions and Artists in Education Programs. At The Verdi Club (2424 Mariposa @ Potrero), donation: $10 and up.

Saturday, February 26, 2011
The Polar Plunge
It’s freezing in San Francisco this weekend, yet a group of intrepid swimmers will be taking a dunk at Crissy Field at noon. It’s all to raise funds for the Special Olympics of Northern California, so sponsor a friend or jump in the frigid bay for a good cause.

Overlap Organization is featuring a diverse evening of permaculture talks, DJs, sustainable foods, local art, and a short film.
Tickets $7 pre-sale – $10 at the door. 6pm doors, 7pm event begins at Twinspace (2111 Mission St. at 17th st. 3rd Fl. Suite 300.)

Sunday, February 27, 2011
Cupcakes for Choice
(Whoops, this is Sunday, March 6, not this weekend! Sorry!) SF Appeal contrib Laura Beck of Vegansaurus fame, will be hosting a cupcake bake sale to raise awareness and funds for Planned Parenthood. Drop by the stand in front of Mission Bikes (766 Valencia Street) from 12-4 to sample some goodies. More info can be found on the event’s facebook page here.

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