This Week's Hottest Events: Spring Makeovers, Free Burgers, and More
The Contemporary Jewish Museum is celebrating Passover with free admission to the museum, and Monday and Tuesday are the last days to take advantage of this sweet deal. Right now they're featuring the Passover themed-exhibit "Arthur Szyk and the Art of the Haggadah," which includes all forty-eight original illustrations of Szyk’s masterpiece The Szyk Haggadah. Grab some Wise Sons' on your way out and make it the perfect Jewish day.
Monday & Tuesday, 4/21-4/22, 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., 736 Mission St.
Girls on the Run, a local org dedicated to empowering young girls through running, is partnering with Alternative Apparel in Hayes Valley for a community fundraiser to support one of their after school programs that helps train local girls for a 5k in Golden Gate Park. The happy hour-esque community mixer features an open bar with Distillery 209 gin, Fort Point Brewery, and Campuget Winery and free bites from Green Hearts and Kichit. There'll also be free yoga from Moxie, and coupons for $10 off Sidecar. All proceeds benefit Girls on the Run Bay Area.
Wednesday, 4/23, $40, 5:45 - 9:00 p.m., 424 Hayes St.
With warm weather come cute sandals and the need for bright, manicured toes. That's where Top Coat Nail Studio comes in. Co-hosted by Bay Area bloggers Vanilla Extract, Inspirafashion, and the Factory Pants Report, Top Coat Nail Studio is hosting a special spring-inspired nail party this week, just in time for spring. Stop by for a complimentary polish change featuring over 60 bright new shades, or opt for nail art designed by TopCoat Nail stylists. You can even get your hair touched up by Drybar, or craft your own flower-crown with The Petal Company. Plus, there's a chance to win a set of TopCoat's favorite spring polished and Drybar products. Woot!
Thursday, 4/24, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m., 50 Post St. Second Floor, Crocker Galleria.
Come hungry, because you're in for some foodie fun. The New Taste Marketplace is perfect for curious eaters who want to experience new food and flavors by local artisans on the rise, all while listening to music, enjoying local beer and wine, and supporting a great cause. Frozen Khusterd and Sugar & Spun will be premiering their new dessert business, and Bandit Cafe will be presenting two new products, alongside The Munchie Shop, Simpy Mochi, Little Red Riding Truck, and more. Proceeds benefit The Food Pantry, which provides free, fresh groceries to hungry families each week.
Saturday, 4/26, 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., 500 DeHaro Street.
Barry’s Bootcamp San Francisco and SF Social are joining forces to help raise money and awareness for the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center, by hosting a Barry’s Sweats for Charity event in the Presidio. It will include a 1-hour cardio and strength training class with resistance bands – all you need to bring is a yoga mat.
Sunday, 4/27, 9:45 a.m., The corner of Graham and Lincoln.
Super Duper Day
Go ahead and forget your lunch next week. Head to any of Super Duper's five local burger outposts on Monday 4/28 for a free mini-burger. The first 100 people to line up at each location beginning at 3:00 p.m., will be rewarded with a tasty, all natural Niman Ranch beef burger complete with Super Duper sauce.
Monday, 4/28. 3:00 p.m., Castro (2304 Market St.), Downtown (721 Market St.), Metreon (783 Mission St.), Embarcadero (98 Mission St.), Marina (2201 Chestnut St.)