March is finally here! Kick off the month with any of these events and you'll be on the right track - everything from yoga at Grace Cathedral to Chelsea Handler's SF tour. Namaste.
Chelsea Handler Uganda Be Kidding Me Tour
In support of her new book, Chelsea Handler is bringing her humor to SF toward the end of the month. Get your tickets early to make sure you don't miss this naughty night of comedy.
Yoga on the Labyrinth
Get in touch with your body, mind, and spirit at Grace Cathedral every Tuesday. Don't worry about being an experienced yogi, beginners are encouraged to join in the fun, too. Nothing like a little meditation to get your work week off to a good start.
Folsom Street Ping Pong Doubles Tournament
Two players. Ten dollars. One winner. The Folsom Street Ping Pong Championship series kicks off with a doubles tournament on Monday, so grab your most nimble buddy and bring home the gold. Winners get a round of drinks and a sweet trophy.
11th Annual San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
Offering a carefully curated group of diverse films that capture the beauty, power and mysteries of the ocean, SFIOFF solicits documentaries, narratives and animated films of varying lengths from around the world. Film topics focus on all aspects of our Blue Planet, including ocean exploration, wildlife, conservation, seafaring adventures, sports and coastal cultures.
Women's Leadership Conference
Women's leadership in publishing gets put under a microscope at this annual event. Get different perspectives from female industry leaders and find out what developments they have in store for 2014. This conference gives attendees the opportunity to not only listen and participate in discussions, but practice the topics first hand with team building exercises.
Pixar’s 3rd Annual 100 Foot Tall Animation Showcase
Going on their third year, The Great Wall of Oakland will present a curated screening of the personal works of Pixar Animation Studio employees on the 100’x100’ urban canvas during Oakland Art Murmur's First Friday. This is the only public screening of its kind, giving residents a rare chance to watch the short films that Pixar employees create in their spare time (when they're not working on major blockbusters).