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What’s Happening This Week: Highlights

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

Music on Friday, October 24 -- DJ Sean Boogie (5:00-8:00 p.m.) & The Grease Traps (8:00-10:00 p.m.). OtG:FMC has more than 30 vendors, retro signage, music & more

Oct 24th through Oct 31st
Fort Mason Center

Thursdays At Readers Poetry Series

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

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

Slices of Life, California: Composite Photographs on Canvas, Photography by Michael Smith-Heimer

An exhibit of large-format images that capture broad "slices" of the visual environment. These photographic images are composites, merging as many as 40 images in scenes that portray large, sweeping views of locations

Oct 1st through Dec 31st
Main Office, Bldg A

San Francisco Fall Antiques Show 2014

The show features displays by dozens of arts & antiques dealers from America & Europe, a special, gold-themed exhibition & a related lecture series

Oct 22nd through Oct 26th
Festival Pavilion

San Francisco City Guides: Fort Mason Historic District Walking Tour

San Francisco City Guides offers a free walking tour -- donations gladly accepted!

Oct 25th

Museo Italo Americano -- Natural Expressions: Works by Alberto Cristini, Vincent Galassi & John Malveto

The Museo presents the works of three Italian & Italian American artists

Aug 22nd through Nov 23rd
Museo Italo Americano, Bldg C

The Interval At Long Now: Bar, Cafe & Museum

On Tuesday, October 28, Long Now Executive Director Alexander Rose speaks on "Designing For Longevity -- The 10,000-Year Clock Project," as part of the Bay Area Science Festival. The Interval at Long Now is an inspiring venue for get-togethers & drinks

Oct 13th through Dec 31st
The Interval At Long Now Bar, Cafe & Museum, Bldg A

BATS Improv: Improvised Twilight Zone

Get your spook on this October in a chilling way with fear & suspense in San Francisco

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

BATS Improv -- The Improvised Dead: Zombie Horror Serial

Shriek through four Saturday nights of the living dead in this horror mash-up of all things zombie!

Oct 4th through Oct 25th
Bayfront Theater, Bldg B

BATS Improv Students: Cave Match Theatresports

Student Showcases feature an ensemble of BATS students who have been training together on performing a specific genre or format

Oct 5th through Dec 7th
Bayfront Theater, Bldg B

SFMOMA Artists Gallery -- Willard Dixon, Chiyomi Longo, Anthony Delgado

SFMOMA Artists Gallery presents paintings by Willard Dixon & Chiyomi Longo with photography by Anthony Delgado

Sep 6th through Oct 23rd
SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Bldg A

Music for Aardvarks Halloween

Put on your costumes and join us for a FREE Halloween-Themed Music for Aardvarks class! (Appropriate for kids five months to four years old & their adult caregivers)

Oct 25th

>PLAY Conference 2014

Join UC Berkeley Haas School of Business for the largest student-run technology & digital media conference in the US

Oct 24th
Herbst Pavilion

Society for Asian Art Souk Sale

Bargain bazaar of Asian art & antiques, collectibles & crafts, treasures & trinkets, returns to Fort Mason Center. All proceeds benefit the Asian Art Museum

Oct 25th through Oct 26th

On The Commons (AKA The Commons For Art & Social Change): Visiting The Cucuteni

"Visiting the Cucuteni" is an art exhibit by Christopher Castle. Through his paintings, etchings & drawings, Castle explores the 7,000-year-old Cucuteni culture of Romania

Oct 23rd
Bldg B, Room B-301

The Mexican Museum FREE Family Sunday

FREE Family Sunday celebrating Mexican, Latino & Hispanic arts & culture & Dia de Los Muertos

Oct 26th
The Mexican Museum, Bldg D

Dance Theatre San Francisco: Fall 2014 Program

Dance Theatre of SF Season Two has returned -- full of energy & great work by Sandrine Cassini, Dexandro Montalvo, Melissa Payne Bradley & Mark Foehringer

Oct 24th through Oct 26th
Cowell Theater

The Mexican Museum: La Cocina: The Culinary Treasures of Rosa Covarrubias

The Mexican Museum voices the complexity & richness of Latino art throughout the Americas, encouraging dialogue among the broadest public

May 14th through Jan 18th
The Mexican Museum, Bldg D

Young Performers Theatre: The Witches

A faithful adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic tale

Oct 24th through Nov 9th
Young Performers Theatre, Bldg C

Greens Restaurant

Greens Restaurant and Greens to Go offer fresh local food

Jun 9th through Dec 31st
Greens Restaurant, Bldg A