A Memorial Day Weekend Guide That Doesn't Involve Camping
It’s a 3 day weekend, which means you’re never going back to work ever!
Until, like, Tuesday. You may be eyeing those storm clouds and hoping it doesn’t rain out your BBQ plans - if you’re not waiting to see Chewbacca and a young Han Solo blow up the big screen with their bromance. Here are some alternative long weekend plans for ya…
P.S. It’s never too late to start planning next weekend’s plans, right? Barry’s Bootcamp and Glide, aka one of San Francisco’s most impactful community service organizations, are teaming up for a fundraiser class. Get your ass kicked for a cause. Request this song, we won’t judge you. Posting this now because ticket sales end on May 30th.
All I need are some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and I’m fine
When: Saturday and Sunday, May 26-27th, 8 A.M. - 5 P.M.
Where: Steamer Lane and Cowells, Santa Cruz
Why: All weekend, people will be doing cool stuff on longboards. Wake up super early to beat the traffic for one of NorCal’s best weekend road trips and head to Santa Cruz for the 2018 Santa Cruz Longboard Surf Contest. It’s the longest-running longboard surf contest on the Best Coast.
When gin and juice sounds like a good idea
When: Saturday, May 26th, 9:30 P.M. - 2 A.M.
Where: The Grand Nightclub, San Francisco
Why: Lure your friend who really really likes Snoop Dogg out of the house with some French fries and take them to The Grand, where Snoop Dogg hits will be spinning all night. P.S. whatever happened to the Snoop Lion thing? // 520 4th Street, RSVP here for free entry before 10 PM.
There’s free birthday cake with your name on it
When: Saturday, May 26th
Where: Treasure Island, San Francisco
Why: What is it about eating birthday cake just cause? Treasure Island’s TreasureFest, aka its super cool flea market, is turning 7. You’re invited to party. The first 2,000 people each day will get a free TreasureFest tote. Live music, 35+ food trucks and 400+ vendors are all part of the deal. Make good decisions, everybody! // Avenue N & California Ave., tickets are $5