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What’s Happening In The Next 30 Days: Highlights

Renegade Craft Fair

The Renegade Craft Fair is a curated indie-craft marketplace showcasing the brightest talents in contemporary craft & design.

Jul 18th through Jul 19th
Festival Pavilion

Fridays At Off the Grid: Fort Mason Center (OtG:FMC)

Friday, July 3 music = DJ Sumabat & JimBo Trout & The Fishpeople band. Check out the new Off the Grid Shop featuring OtG & fave vendor merchandise! OtG:FMC presents many local food & drink vendors.

Jul 3rd through Jul 31st
Fort Mason Center

Greens Restaurant

Enjoy dinner, lunch, brunch & private events at the acclaimed gourmet vegetarian eatery Greens Restaurant, featuring seasonal menus from Executive Chef Annie Somerville

Jan 1st through Dec 31st
Greens Restaurant, Bldg A

The Interval At Long Now: Bar, Cafe & Museum

The Interval is an inspiring venue for great conversations & delicious drinks amidst many books & mechanical marvels, such as a clock that marks time for more than 10,000 years.

Jun 19th through Dec 31st
The Interval At Long Now Bar, Cafe & Museum, Bldg A

Thursdays At Readers Poetry Series

Readers Bookstore is the place to be to hear poetry & lots of it.

Jul 2nd through Jul 30th
Readers Bookstore, Bldg C

Museo Italo Americano -- La Collezione: Selected Works From the Permanent Collection

The Museo presents La Collezione, an exhibit highlighting many important pieces from the permanent collection & some of the newest acquisitions.

Jun 12th through Sep 6th
Museo Italo Americano, Bldg C

BATS Improv: King of the Hill Theatresports

Theatresports teams slog their way through Olympics-style judged tournaments in the hopes of gaining the summit to represent BATS in the annual summer grudge match against Los Angeles improvisers.

Jul 3rd through Jul 24th
Bayfront Theater, Bldg B

BATS Improv: Improvised Summer Musical

Beach boys & girls, surfer dudes & dudettes, bongos, bonfires, volleyball, bikinis, Speedos, Beat poets, bikers, musical numbers, stilettos, switchblades & maybe even a Sharknado or two are on the way to spice up your summer!

Jul 11th through Jul 25th
Bayfront Theater, Bldg B

Merola Opera: The Medium, Don Pasquale & Gianni Schicchi

For the Merola Summer Program performances, comedy & tragedy make an exciting double bill of classic one-act & full-length operas.

Jul 23rd through Aug 8th
Cowell Theater

SFMOMA Artists Gallery: Jason Michael Aumann, Drew Klausner, June Yokell

SFMOMA Artists Gallery presents California landscape paintings, mixed media paintings with photography & altered 19th & 20th century photographs from three local artists.

Jun 6th through Jul 2nd
SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Bldg A

Alonzo King LINES Ballet School Summer Program Showcase

See the young artists of Alonzo King LINES Ballet Summer Program perform dynamic works by the LINES Ballet's stellar group of bold, innovative choreographers from the Bay Area & beyond.

Jul 10th
Cowell Theater

Embark Gallery: Perception

Embark Gallery presents "Perception," a juried performance/installation group show that highlights the diverse possiblities of this medium.

Jun 12th through Jul 25th
Bldg C

WT | conference 2015 USA

The 16th WT | Wearable Technologies Conference 2015 USA showcases the entire Wearable Technologies ecosystem -- chip vendors, integrators, distributed networks; network, product & service solutions providers. Visit our 31,000-square-feet exhibition.

Jul 9th through Jul 10th
Festival Pavilion

Breath Catalogue

Megan Nicely/Dance + Kate Elswit present Breath Catalogue, a cabinet of breath curiosities: contemporary dance choreography meets medical technology.

Jul 16th through Jul 17th
Firehouse

Canvas Kids Workshops

Canvas Kids Summer Workshops give children the opportunity to build a foundation of friendship & community while participating in a fun activity.

Jul 11th through Jul 25th
Bldg C, Room C-230

The San Francisco Marathon Expo 2015

The expo features health & fitness vendors -- shop for running & fitness apparel, sample healthy snacks, learn about upcoming races & more.

Jul 24th through Jul 25th
Festival Pavilion

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

San Francisco City Theatre Company presents Edward Albee's masterpiece play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, directed by David Acevedo.

Jul 24th through Aug 8th
Southside Theater, Bldg D

BATS Improv Students: Sunday Shows

BATS Improv School students & graduates offer lively improv shows at bargain prices. The Student Showcases feature an ensemble of BATS students who have been training together on performing a specific genre or format.

Jul 12th through Aug 16th
Bayfront Theater, Bldg B

Museo Italo Americano Lecture -- Chinese Porcelain to Majolica: White Gold

Enjoy an illustrated lecture presented by Coreen Abbott, MFA, Ceramic Sculpture, San Francisco Art Institute.

Jul 14th
Museo Italo Americano, Bldg C

SFMOMA Artists Gallery: Wendy Goldberg, Fernando Reyes, Kerry Vander Meer

SFMOMA Artists Gallery presents pastels, paintings, prints, and mixed-media work by three local artists.

Jul 18th through Aug 27th
SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Bldg A

San Francisco City Guides: Fort Mason Historic District Walking Tour

San Francisco City Guides offers a free walking tour -- learn about the past & the transition to the present, enjoy spectacular Bay views, colorful Gas House Cove & unique & special architecture.

Jul 10th
Gatehouse

Fort Mason Center Farmers' Market

Grab BLT ingrdients from Rancho Llano Seco (bacon) & FarmHouse Bread Co. Serendipity Farms has cucumber varieties for pickling projects. Fill up a Fort Mason Center Farmers' Market tote bag -- only $10 at the info booth.

Jun 28th through Oct 11th
Fort Mason Center