From pumpkin carving to wall climbing, the Bayview will be busy with free events for all ages this weekend.
A handful of community partners such as Nonplus Ultra, Edot, Andrea Baker Consulting, Invest In SF, Love Boat Halloween and developer Jack Tseng have teamed up to produce the neighborhood's first pumpkin patch at 4101 Third St. (at Hudson Avenue).
With pumpkins provided by San Francisco Wholesale and Produce Market, 100% of the proceeds will benefit nonprofit Project Wreckless, which provides tools for life through an immersive curriculum centered around automobile restorations.
Grab your pumpkin and head down the street to the Bayview Opera House for the Resilient Bayview Neighborhood Fest. A free lunch will be provided, along with live music, a climbing wall and a handful of healthy activities, including Golden State Warriors raffle prizes signed by the players.
Got a passion for STEAM learning? BaySplash will kick off at the Eco Center in Heron’s Head Park. Here you will find numerous interactive exhibits which focus on building a future generation of scientists, engineers, artists, mathematicians, and other careers.
Within walking distance of BaySplash you can head over to India Basin and Kayak along the bay with The India Basin Neighborhood Shoreline Association who will be hosting a free youth event in partnership with Recology. Everything from food to kayaks will be provided by the organization.
If you are looking to spend some quality time with your dog and socialize with other dogs, the first annual Bark-Tobter Festival which will take place at Candlestick Point Park festival is the perfect opportunity. Enjoy free barbecue, music, games and doggie treats while you make new furry friends.
For a full list of what's going on around town this weekend and beyond, check hoodline.com/events.
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