This Weekend’s Fall Bonanza Fills SF Streets
“On Tap” gives you a heads up about the big events in town and what Muni routes and lines will get you to the party. Look for this feature to be posted usually on Wednesdays for a look ahead to the weekend.
Autumn is upon us and if you’re wondering how to usher in the season, this weekend serves up a kaleidoscope of possibilities.
Starting Thursday, tech enthusiasts gear up for Oracle OpenWorld at the Moscone Center.
Cole Valley Fair
Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cole Street, between Carl and Grattan streets
Sunday Funday kicks off at the 12th annual Cole Valley Fair with two music stages, a classic car show, and plenty of activities, like a bouncy house and face painting, to keep the little ones entertained.
Help ease neighborhood congestion by taking Muni to the festivities courtesy of the N Judah, 6 Parnassus, 37 Corbett, and 43 Masonic.
Muni service note: Due to an increase in pedestrian and vehicle traffic, service on the N Judah, 6 Parnassus, 37 Corbett, and 43 Masonic will see possible delays through the area.
Sunday Streets & Excelsior Festival
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Not to be outdone the Excelsior district offers a two-for-one special as Sunday Streets and the Excelsior Festival team up to showcase the multi-cultural beauty of the neighborhood’s art and food, plus the Excelsior branch library presents the Tricycle Music Festival. Be sure to play the Excelsior Bingo game!
Festival goers are encouraged to take public transportation: 14 Mission, 14L Mission Limited, 29 Sunset, 49 Mission/Van Ness, and 52 Excelsior
Muni service note: Due to an increase in pedestrian and vehicle traffic, service on the 14 Mission, 14L Mission Limited, 29 Sunset, 49 Mission/Van Ness, and 52 Excelsior will see possible delays through the area.
Susan G Komen Race for the Cure
Sunday, 9 a.m.
October is breast cancer awareness month, but get an early start this Sunday with the The Race for the Cure. Since 1983, the race has helped to raise funds for education, research, treatments, and support services. Whether you walk or run, join thousands in supporting the cause and spreading the mission “to live in a world without breast cancer.”
The race will track along parts of The Embarcadero in between the Ferry Building and AT&T Park resulting in street closures.
Due to street closures and heavy pedestrian activity, motorists are advised to avoid the area until the race has finished.
Muni service note: the F Market and Wharves, N Judah, and T Third lines may see possible delays through the area.