Election night, 2012 (via The Huffington Post)

Election Night Watch Party, Wellness Festival, Emojicon + More Fun Events

Here's what's popping this weekend...



Election Night Watch Party at Trick Dog

WHAT: Tuesday night, trade in your "I Voted" sticker for a free drink at Trick Dog! The election night party is running all day long, and their current menu "Trick Dog for President" is perfectly suited for the momentous occasion. Watch the election results roll in, and as states are called, special blue (Don Q white rum, blue Curaçao, blueberry, blackberry) and red (pineapple-infused Campari, mellow corn) shots will be available.

WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 8, 3pm–2am

WHERE: 3010 20th St. (Mission), trickdogbar.com



Luke Erickson, a 17-year-old singer/songwriter from Petaluma, is playing O+ Festival this weekend.(Courtesy of Luke Erickson)

O+ Festival in Petaluma

WHAT: Enjoy a roster of local artists, musicians, and community wellness events at this one-of-a-kind festival in Petaluma this weekend. Head down to enjoy live mural painting, bike rides, self-defense classes, live music, and more. Tickets can be purchased on a "pay-what-you-feel-it's-worth" scale.

WHEN: Friday, Nov. 4, 5-8pm & Saturday, Nov. 5, 8am–8:30pm

WHERE: 122 American Alley (Petaluma), opositivefestival.org



Art And Craft Beer Festival at Temescal Alley

WHAT: Treat your tastebuds at Interface Gallery's Art and Craft Beer Fest, where four up-and-coming Oakland-based breweries—Temescal Brewing Company, Novel Brewing Company, Federation Brewing Company, and Ale Industries—will be serving up tastes of their freshly brewed beer. The Interface Gallery will also be presenting a pop-up show featuring the works of local artists.

WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 5, 2–5pm

WHERE: 486 49th St. (Oakland), interfaceartgallery.com



Studio at 84 Walker Street, New York, 1967. (Photo by Arnold Newman/ Getty Images, via the de Young)



Danny Lyon and Frank Stella Exhibition Openings at the de Young

WHAT: Saturday marks the opening of two big exhibitions at the de Young Museum—one focused on the career of photographer and filmmaker Danny Lyon, and the other on modern art influencer Frank Stella. Both exhibitions are a retrospective look on the artists' expansive careers. Guests can also attend a special screening Friday night of two of Danny Lyon's pieces followed by a discussion and signing with the artist. Get tickets here.

WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 5, 9:30am–5:15pm

WHERE: 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr. (Golden Gate Park), deyoung.famsf.org



Emoji Conference at Westfield Mall

WHAT: What's your favorite emoji? The first-ever Emojicon is going down this weekend at Westfield Mall, featuring emoji-themed panels, games, prizes, a hackathon, film screenings and more. Don't miss the opening party (featuring emoji food) at Covo in the Mission at 6:30pm Friday to kick off the conference!

WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 5, 10am–9pm & Sunday, Nov. 6, 10am–4:30pm

WHERE: 865 Market St. (SoMA), 2016.emojicon.co



The Indian Market at the Oakland Museum of California this weekend will feature gifts made by local artisans of the California Indian Community.(Courtesy of OMCA)

Shop the Indian Market at OMCA

WHAT: The Oakland Museum of California is celebrating Native American Heritage Month with its third annual Indian Market all weekend long. Shop jewelry, baskets, prints and other modern interpretations of Indian artistry. On Friday night, enjoy a trip to the market as well as half-off museum admission (the Black Panthers 50th Anniversary exhibit is a must-see!) as part of Friday Nights @ OMCA, with Off the Grid food trucks, live music, and more.

WHEN: Friday, Nov. 4, 3–9pm and Saturday, Nov. 5, 10am–4pm

WHERE: 1000 Oak St. (Oakland), museumca.org