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This Weekend: Roll Your Own Sushi, Cupid's Undie Run, And More

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By Hoodline - Published on February 17, 2017.

If you have cabin fever from all the rain we've had so far this year, then we have some bad news: it's expected to be here all weekend, and continue into next week. But this doesn't mean the weekend is a complete bust.

From checking out a Tony-winning musical to learning how to make your own sushi, ABC7's Reggie Aqui shows us there's plenty of ways to have fun, while indoors.

To learn more about this weekend's events, take a look at our listings for Fun Home at the Curran Theatre, a sushi making class with renowned sushi Chef Kaz Matsune and Cupid's Undie Run near AT&T Park.

Have a safe weekend! To find more events or to submit one of your own, make sure to check our events calendar

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