Saturday, August 19th at 1:00pm
Jane Warner Plaza
Sundance Saloon Dance-A-Thon
The Country Dance-a-Thon is a two-stepping and line dancing marathon taking place Saturday, August 19, at Jane Warner Plaza in the heart of San Francisco's Castro district! A joint project of Sundance Saloon and the Bare Chest Calendar, participants will dance for three hours to support the AIDS Emergency Fund, Positive Resource Center, and Sundance Association with a portion of the proceeds earmarked for our performance group, the Sundance Bandits.
Sign up now to participate and raise funds. Or donate to the event on behalf of a participant.
Sunday, August 20th at 1:00pm
Jane Warner Plaza
The Klipptones are one of the Bay Area's top, most exciting event bands. We've opened for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and NYC's Hot Sardines, and play out at private clubs and colleges. Their repertoire ranges from the Golden Era of Swing to 50's/60's rock and roll, funk & R&B, 80's to today's top hits. They also do awesome mash ups and covers ala Postmodern Jukebox. Just want a little ambience? They also do instrumental-only, and small ensembles (duo, trio, quartet).
Sunday, August 27th at 1:00pm
Jane Warner Plaza
The Parlor Tricks
San Francisco's foremost purveyor of INDUSTRIAL RAGTIME, syncopated stomp that scratches that itch between Fats Waller and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
n 2016 Parlor Tricks announced its latest recording Love You to Pieces. The Industrial Ragtime Records release contains 12 new songs from the bands deep century catalog, including Some of these Days, performed as homage to the great and singular Last of the Red Hot Momas -- Sophie Tucker.
Thursday, September 7th
Galleries and art spaces will be open late every 1st Thursday of the month from 6-9 pm.
Expect to see amazing artwork from artists near and far, participate in events, workshops, and more.
Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association
Wednesday, September 27th - from 7:00pm-8:30pm
Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy
4235 19th Street (at Collingwood)
Open to the Public
Ever wonder what’s going on in your own neighborhood and where you can get involved?
Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association (EVNA) is a place to get plugged in for a better experience. We have been around since 1881 and we are still here and going strong. We are neighbors just like you; making the time to listen, learn, give, share and mobilize.
Our goal is to provide opportunities for us all to become better neighbors, improve our shared experience, and advocate for issues and policy that matter to us.
We’d enjoy getting to know you, and welcome your participation. Join us at our general meeting in September and find out how you can get plugged in for good!
Sunday, October 1st
Intersection of Market & Castro Streets
The Castro Street Fair is a community street celebration that was founded by Harvey Milk in 1974. Hundreds of local artists, vendors, craftspeople, and organizations line the streets and celebrate the diversity of the neighborhood. Stages with live entertainment and dance stages can be found throughout the fairgrounds.
The Fair is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and all proceeds go directly to charitable causes important to the Castro community. Additionally, the Fair funds the rainbow flag that flies over the intersection of Castro and Market.
OurTownSF Non Profit Expo
Saturday, October 14th, from 12:30pm-4:30pm
Eureka Valley Recreation Center
100 Collingwood Street (Behind Mollie Stone's Market)
FREE to participating nonprofits and the public
*** THE LARGEST SF LGBTQ NONPROFIT EXPO EVER! ***
Featuring over 100 SF LGBTQ arts, community, fundraiser, legal, political, health, well-being & spiritual groups.
We're taking over the entire Eureka Valley Recreation Center at 18th and Collingwood plus their playing field for our 2nd annual OurTownSF Nonprofit Expo
Connect in English or Spanish. Also, come out for the entertainment by SF LGBTQ artists, check out the silent auction items, food & beverages donated by nearby businesses.