San Francisco Events Calendar 2016


Celebrate good times in the city.  Enjoy the sights and sounds of San Francisco all year long with our San Francisco Events Calendar 2016.  We are very lucky that year-round, in every part of our beautiful city, there’s always something fun to do.

More Happenings for your May 2016 Events Calendar:

May 7th  Uncorked – The San Francisco Wine Festival: Enjoy tastings from a variety of Bay Area wineries and experience the ambience of the waterfront and entertainment throughout Ghirardelli Square and along Beach Street.  Read more at:

May 9th – 15th  SF Made Week –  SFMade presents a week-long celebration of San Francisco’s vibrant manufacturing sector; discover locally made products, the people who make them and where to buy them.  Read more at:

May 15th Bay to Breakers: Since 1912, tens of thousands of people have gathered in San Francisco to see the world’s largest footrace unfold as more than 70,000 costume-clad runners and walkers make their way from San Francisco Bay, a few blocks from the Embarcadero, to the Great Highway where the breakers crash onto the Pacific Coast’s Ocean Beach. Read more at:

May 19th – June 5th San Francisco International Arts Festival: Performances by more than 70 theater, dance and music ensembles from the Bay Area and 10 countries unfold during three action packed weeks. The festival features a major arts exhibition as well as multiple educational, residency and outreach activities held at Fort Mason Center.  Read more at:

May 21 San Francisco International Beer Festival –  Sample more than 300 incredible beers from some of the best craft brewers in the world as well as a variety of offerings from some of San Francisco’s best restaurants held at Fort Mason Center, Festival Pavilion. Must be 21 or over to enter. Read more at:

May 21 Asian Heritage Street Celebration: A celebration of all Asian cultures, the Asian Heritage Street Celebration promotes and fosters Asian Pacific American identity; live entertainment and more than 100 vendors makes this one of the largest pan-Asian events in the U.S.  Held at Civic Center Plaza and Little Saigon.  Read more at:

May 28th & 29th: Carnaval in San Francisco’s Mission District- Celebrating its 38th anniversary, this is San Francisco’s version of Mardi Gras and one of the largest annual public events in the city. It features exotic Carnaval dancers with a mixture of Latino, jazz, samba, Caribbean influences. Festive parade on Sunday morning draws upon a broad cultural pageantry. Read more at:

May 29th Alcatraz Challenge Swim: 1.5 mile swim course begins near Alcatraz Island and finishes at the East Beach of Crissy Field located in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area’s Presidio Park.  Read more at:

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“What I’ve loved about having Todd as a realtor is that it’s not just about the current transaction, but it’s about the partnership he’s cultivated with me over time.” Zack B., Buyer and Seller

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Peter Lee

Peter is a bay area native and 23-year San Francisco resident with a passion for client service, and attention to detail. He is a consummate professional and aims to make the home buying or selling process efficient as well as fun and enjoyable for all his clients.

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