This Weekend: Beer Camp, Corgi Con Ice Cream Social, Labor History Through Dance

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By Jessica Park - Published on June 02, 2017.

Summer is in full swing, and there's nothing better than spending the next few days soaking in the rays while sipping beer or grabbing ice cream with some four-legged friends. 

From a beer camp in Mission Bay to the Corgi Con ice cream social, ABC7's Reggie Aqui shows us there are plenty of ways to have fun on your days off.

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Check out the full event listings for Corgi Con Ice Cream Social, Sierra Nevada Beer Camp and the final days of Precarious: Labor History Walking Tour & Dance Performance, which we covered in May.

To discover other events happening around you, or to add one of your own visit, our events calendar

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