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What’s On In San Francisco | Weekend March 18–20 2016
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What’s On In San Francisco | Weekend March 18–20 2016

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Updated: 24 March 2016
Looking for something to do this weekend in San Francisco? From film festivals to St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and museum exhibits, explore our favorite things happening in our favorite city this weekend. Click through for details.



Thurs March 10th-Sun March 20th

CAAMFest, the country’s premier celebration of Asian American film, music, and food, will be hosted by the Center for Asian American Media from March 10th to 20th.

ART & NATURE | Garden Railway: 1915 Pan–Pacific

Open through Sun April 10th

The Conservatory of Flowers is hosting a special exhibit in celebration of the centennial of San Francisco’s 1915 Panama–Pacific International Exposition, a historic world’s fair demonstrating the city’s recovery from the 1906 earthquake.


SCIENCE & FUN | Science Bites: Discover Bay Predators

Sat March 19th-April 3rd

Get to know the Bay’s fiercest predators – sea stars, river otters, and sharks – at the Aquarium of the Bay this spring break with Science Bites: Discover Bay Predators.

FOOD & FUN | St Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl

Sat March 19th

On the Saturday after this St. Patrick’s Day, CrawlSF is hosting its annual St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl around Polk St.


Sat March 19th

LUNAFEST is a film festival that travels around the country screening award-winning films that are made by, for, and about women in over 175 cities.


DESIGN | Toasted Wedding Event

Sun March 20th

San Francisco’s premiere independent wedding expo, Toasted Wedding Event, will be more ‘current, unusual, and crafty’ than a typical wedding event, spotlighting local artisans, small business, and eco-friendly goods.

ART | Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia

Open through Sun May 15th

The Legion of Honor is currently hosting Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia, celebrating the Parisian artist’s work and his influence on modernism with over 70 works on display.

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