This weekend the weather is supposed to be clear, so perhaps it's time to go explore the old ruins and debris at Ocean Beach that recent storms have exposed. If you do go to the beach, be careful—the water can be treacherous!
If you're looking for something to do indoors, we've got some alternatives for you, too.
An all-ages music show will bring the fun to Honey Hive Gallery on the evening of April Fool's Day, with performers from around the Bay Area, and glow-in-the-dark face paint for all. The next morning, you can volunteer at the Sunset Rec Center and help out the Rec and Park Department keep the center in good shape.
Sunday afternoon offers a chance to come by the United Irish Cultural Center to hear Irish stories, with a specific focus on family stories related to the 1916 Easter Rising. And on Wednesday, you'll be able to voice your opinion on trees for the Irving Streetscape Project.
On to all your events for the week. For more fun around the city, check out our full events calendar at hoodline.com/events.
Friday, April 1st
Saturday, April 2nd
Sunday, April 3rd
Wednesday, April 6th
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