First off, the weather’s supposed to be good, so there’s no reason not to just lie in the park all day. That said, there’s lots going on this Saturday:
The Really Really Free Market of course takes place in Dolores Park, so attending requires little travel. This edition is a special celebration, honoring the life and times of activist and RRFM champion Kirsten Brydum. Expect food, entertainment, activities and lots and lots of FREE. Though the event goes from Noon to 6pm, funcheapSF reports that at some point, the entire party proceeds down to Clarion Alley for the next bit of fun…
[Photo by jomarch.]
This year’s Clarion Alley Block Party! The Myopenbar.com newsletter chose it as this week’s featured item, and felt the need to say nothing more than, “1000 tattooed youngsters in an alley, drinking / 12pm-8pm.” See you there!
[Photo of past party by gretchen robinette.]
Finally, Modern Times Bookstore turns 37 on Saturday, and to celebrate, they’re inviting one and all for food and surprises, beginning at 3pm. Link.
[Photo by Pete Boyd.]
Update: This just in:
“There’s the first Fall 2008 median planting along Guerrero tomorrow – 9.30am to 2pm, Guerrero between Chavez & 25th Streets. Aaron Cohen Jazz Trio starts at 10am. Block Party on Guerrero!”