Getting Ready for Halloween, SF Open Studios, and Other Fun Happenings Around Town!
A week of fun awaits, whether you’re checking out the new Academy of Art University Fashion Film series, looking for an outrageous Halloween outfit, or heading out to explore creative expression in the city at SF Open Studio. And don’t forget Pet Pride Day!
Get your fancy on and head down to the Sutter Street Theatre, 620 Sutter Street, for a night of Pulitzer Prize-Winning laughs in this tragicomedy “Crimes of the Heart.” Based in Hazlehurst, Mississippi, step into the adventure of three sisters as they face the “consequences of ‘crimes of the heart.'”
Expect local food trucks, Barbary Coast Cocktails and music as you enjoy this outdoor exhibition with works by both emerging and established San Francisco-based artists. Cruise through Union Plaza and view not only the art from museums and individuals, but also enjoy the natural beauty of the city as well.
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Spend the day meandering through San Francisco neighborhoods from Richmond to Upper Haight and Sunset to Excelsior popping in and out of studios to celebrate the 41st annual SF Open Studios. Find everything from printmaking to metal sculpture and everything in between. Network with local artists and maybe even find inspiration for another Halloween costume to wear to one of the many Halloween events (since you can’t wear the same one twice!)
Get your pets in on the Halloween celebration at the 23rd annual Pet Pride Day hosted by San Francisco Animal Care & Control. Look forward to live bluegrass music, a costume and trick (probably for a treat) contest, Runway Show, and a Dating Game where adoptable animals are showcased! And if you happen to leave with 12 puppies in tow (think Megan from Bridesmaids) since the adoption fees are waived, we won’t judge.