10 Fun Things to Do at Home This Week (5.11.20)

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Craving something different? Say cheers! to the return of Rich Table and order up the restaurant's new Ready to Go menu.

Plus, get on board with the sourdough craze by taking a starter workshop; tune in to artist talks and studio visits; participate in Fnnch's quirky Honey Bear Hunt; live stream NoisePop concerts to benefit local music venues; and more ways to make the most of shelter in place this week.



Get on the sourdough bread baking bandwagon with a workshop on starters and focaccia, 5pm Tuesday. // preservedgoods.com


Celebrate the return of Rich Table—order from their new three-course Ready-to-Go menu ($45), plus market cocktails. // trycaviar.com


Join the Golden Gate Restaurant Association's online town hall, "Restaurants Rising," with local chefs including Kim Alter and Anthony Strong. // register.gotowebinar.com



Take part in Fnnch's Honey Bear Hunt. // store.fnnch.com


Revisit any of 13 San Mateo County parks. // sf.funcheap.com


Stretch and strengthen with Lines Ballet dancer and teacher Adji Cissoko, Wednesdays at 11am. // linesballet.org


Take a virtual dance class with Smuin Contemporary Ballet. // smuinballet.org


Book a one-on-one workshop with woodworker Aleksandra Zee. // aleksandrazee.com



Livestream NoisePop performances by Geographer (7pm Tuesday) and Built to Spill (7pm Thursday) to benefit Rickshaw Stop and Slim's staff relief funds. // youtube.com/user/Noisepop


RSVP for artist Bisa Butler's virtual studio visit with MoAD, 1pm Wednesday. // Details at instagram.com

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