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Outer Sunset Week: Hip-Hop At Honey Hive, Snowy Plover Walk, Cal Academy Free Weekend, More

Outer Sunset Week: Hip-Hop At Honey Hive, Snowy Plover Walk, Cal Academy Free Weekend, More
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By Jonathan Gerfen - Published on February 25, 2016.

There may be a high surf advisory at Ocean Beach, but there are all sorts of things to do in the Outer Sunset while you stay out of the water this weekend. Residents of the 94122 and 94116 zip codes get free admission to the California Academy of Sciences this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (bring proof of residency), and on Monday (which is also Leap Day), the San Francisco Zoo is free to all

If you're feeling more like catching a concert, the Honey Hive Gallery on Judah and 46th Ave has an acoustic show featuring local artists on Friday night, and a hip-hop show on Saturday night. 

On Sunday morning, join the Wild Equity Institute for a snowy plover walk on the beach, where they'll explain the secrets of the little bird that has a sparkling espresso drink named for it. They'll also show you the difference between the endangered plovers and the not-quite-as-endangered, but similar-looking sanderlings. 

Photo: Jun Seita/Flickr

Here's the rest of your weekend events roundup. For info on more events across the city, visit hoodline.com/events.

Friday, February 26th


Saturday, February 27th


Sunday, February 28th


Monday, February 29th


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