15 Things To Do In The Bay Area — Week Of November 16th To 23rd

15 Things To Do In The Bay Area — Week Of November 16th To 23rd

Hi, it’s Jayn with another excerpt from 15 things you can do in the Bay Area from GEICO:

1 – See I Love Lucy: Live on Stage at San Francisco’s Curran Theatre on Thursday, November 20th.


2 – Brian Henson, son of Muppets creator, Jim Henson, brings “Puppet Up! – Uncensored” to San Francisco’s Marines’ Memorial Theatre Thursday, November 20th.

3 – Seth Myers will be at the San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts, Friday, November 21st.


4 – Celtic music fans check out “Legends of the Celtic Harp” at Freight & Salvage in Berkeley, Thursday, November 20th.


5 – Your Oakland Raiders take on the Kansas City Chiefs, Thursday, November 20th. Watch LIVE on KPIX 5, or check it out in person.


6 – Cheap Trick plays the San Francisco Warfield, Saturday November 22nd.

7 – Check out live R&B with Josh Hoyer & The Shadow Boxers at San Francisco’s Biscuits & Blues, Thursday, November 20th.


8 – Don’t miss “Galaxy Radio” with the very best disco at The Knockout in San Francisco, Saturday, November 22nd.

9 –Plan a Family Kayak Trip. Citykayak.com will give you a whole new view of San Francisco Sunday, November 23rd.

10 – Check out the S.F. Symphony Youth Orchestra Sunday, November 23rd at Davies Symphony Hall.


11 – San Francisco’s Madrone Art Bar hosts “That ’80s Show” a night of all things 80’s, Friday, November 21st.

12 – Check out the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art’s new free exhibit, “Relics” (all sorts of cool old technology) Friday November 21st.


13 – The Full-Spectrum Science series at San Francisco’s Exploratorium makes learning fun on Sunday, November 23rd.


14 – Wanna learn Tribal Belly Dancing? Sure ya do! ODC Dance Commons in San Francisco offers beginner classes, Saturday, November 22nd.

15 – It’s free admission to Friday Nights at the de Young in San Francisco, Friday, November 21st.


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