Why Not Do A Little Yoga With Your Cat? Because It's The Weekend Guide
Winter may keep storming back into the room with more to say, but that’s no reason why your weekend should be a blank slate.
Stop and snap the Mission’s murals
When: Saturday, March 24th, 9 A.M. - 12 P.M.
Where: 24th Street Bart, San Francisco
Why: Join street photographer David Coleman in this 3-hour photography class, where you’ll learn to use your camera as a tool for capturing the visual messages that permeate San Francisco’s oldest neighborhood - the Mission. Learn to utilize visual storytelling skills to help the visual narratives of these murals come to life through your camera lens. Along the way, you’ll learn local history and explore hidden places only the most seasoned Mission residents know about. // Tickets are $129, available for purchase here.
Meowditate with cat yoga
When: Sunday, March 25th 7:30 - 8:30 P.M.
Where: KitTea Cat Cafe
Why: You may have been to KitTea, San Francisco’s cat cafe, but have you made it to the Cats on Mats yoga class? Get your cat cow on and let Decathlon sporting goods supply the yoga mats before you zen out with a cup of Japanese loose leaf green tea before or after class. // Tickets are $20/purrson and available for purchase here, 96 Gough St., San Francisco, Hayes Valley.
Eat some cheese, pet a goat
When: Friday, March 23rd, 6 P.M. - 8 P.M.
Where: Secession Art & Design
Why: Like many of us here in the Bay Area, Hilary Williams is a fan of goats. She actually has six of them, and is bringing baby goat Julius to a Bernal Heights gallery this weekend. Taste homemade goat cheese and enjoy the mini farm experience. There’s no shortage of cool artwork at Seccession, and some of Hilary’s small prints will be up just for the evening. // 3235 Mission St., Mission, free admission.
Welcome spring with the Macy’s Flower Show
When: Sunday, March 25th - April 8, 2018
Where: Macy’s San Francisco
Why: The 72nd annual Macy’s Flower Show is in full bloom! Head to their store near Union Square, where the first floor has been reimagined with over 130 varieties of flowers, trees and plants. Visitors can look forward to behind-the-scenes tours, special in-store events and free workshops. // 170 O’Farrell St., San Francisco, Union Square