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OCTOBER
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Explore Mission Bernal

Shop, Eat and Celebrate Cultura

 

Explore

Mission Bernal

this October

Hosted by Mission Bernal Merchants

Shopping & Activity Map!

How Do I Get There…

Bus

MUNI

To take public transportation, ride Muni Bus Routes 9, 12, 14, 22, 27, 33, 48, 49, or 67 right into the Mission. MUNI Bus Lines on Mission Street 14, 14R and 49

BART

BART

Take BART toward San Francisco Airport (SFO) or Daly City to the 24th Street Station Most BART parking garages are free on weekends check signs (we recommend finding a convenient lot and taking train) Trains run about every 20 minutes on weekends

Driving

Driving

By car from the East Bay

  • Take I-80 West
  • Cross Bay Bridge, Toll $5.00 Weekends
  • It will become US-101
  • Exit Cesar Chavez Street (west) taking the Potrero Avenue ramp
  • Veer right onto Potrero Avenue
  • Turn left at 24th Street

By Car from South Bay

  • Take US 101 to Bayshore Blvd
  • Exit Cesar Chavez/Potrero St taking Potrero Avenue ramp
  • Veer right onto Potrero Avenue Turn left at 24th Street
  • Take I-280 North to Bayshore Blvd
  • Exit Cesar Chavez/Potrero St taking Potrero Avenue ramp
  • Veer right onto Potrero Avenue Turn left at 24th Street

By Car within San Francisco Best Streets to get to 24th Street (Potrero and South Van Ness)

Parking

Parking 

You’ll find metered parking throughout 24th Street and Mission Street. Meters are checked from 9am to 6pm, Monday through Saturday. SFMTA Parking Garages San Francisco General Hospital Garage 2500 24th Street (10-15 min walk to 24th and Mission Streets): Spaces 1657, Daily Maximum $12 Mission Bartlett Garage 3255 21st Street (10 min walk to 24th and Mission Streets): Spaces 350, Daily Maximum $27

Mission Bernal Whistle-Stop Tour

Mission Bernal Whistle Stop Tour Oct 27-29th

Looking for a unique local neighborhood experience this Halloween Weekend?  Visit Mission Bernal’s unique one of a kind local bars and entertainment venues. Start off with an opening art reception on Friday, Oct 27th at Secession Art & Design then visit local bars and restaurants. See map for locations and event information below.

MISSION Fall events

 

Dia De Los Muertos Shopping

Sugar Skull Kits + – Casa Bonampak *web * fb * 1051 Valencia St
Pan De Muerto – La Mejor Bakery * Y * 3329 24th Street
Pan De Muerto – La Reyna Bakery * Y * 3114 24th Street
Clothing & Accessories – Luz De Luna * Y * fb3182 24th Street

Mission Upcoming Events

Mission Bernal Oct 27-29 Whistle-Stop Tour

Oct 27 – 29 Secession Art & Design- Open Studios Exhibition

Welcoming fall with a new art show, Second Skin, featuring Heather Robinson, Janine Kahn, Rob Sakovich, Skye Becker-Yamakawa and Steve Javiel. Through different mediums: acrylic, macrame, spray paint, stencil, and gold leaf, each artists expresses themselves through themes on home, adornment, urban living, and the power of words.

Fri Oct 27 6-9pm Free for our Preview Party to experience this show in person and meet the artists. Or stop by 11am-7pm Saturday and Sunday, Oct 28 & 29.

Presented by Secession Art & Design – web * fb * 3235 Mission St

Oct 27 El Rio- DJ Emotions (Hip Hop/Salsa/House/World)

11pm- $5 cover starting @ 9pm. DJ DANCE PARTY! Every Friday after the bands.

Presented by El Rio- web * fb * 3158 Mission St

Oct 28 El Rio- Creature IX: Nightmare / Halloween

Doors @ 9pm-   $10 b/f 10 & $15 after for October only, we’re very excited to announce that we’re bringing you a big queer blowout on a SATURDAY NIGHT @ EL RIO. So come lookin wrecked and freaky for CREATURE IX: NIGHTMARE.

Presented by El Rio- web * fb * 3158 Mission St

Oct 29 El Rio – Sazon Libre

3pm- $5  A tropical dance party benefit of Huckleberry House DJ LADY LU MR.LUCKY DJ BAYSIK GUAPI.

Presented by El Rio- web * fb * 3158 Mission St

Oct 27 The Knockout- Teenage Dance Craze

9pm- $10 21+ TEENAGE DANCE CRAZE IS…”THE THING THAT WOULDN’T DIE” HALLOWEEN SHOW PART 3 FEATURING:

The Chuckleberries as the Rutles + The Tomorrowmen as The Undertones + Hot Laundry feat Grady Hord as the Ike & Tina Turner Reveue + The Rinds as The Ramones + The Krypters as the Sonics + Okie Organ & DX The Spooky Granpaw on Vinyl (Live R&R)

Presented by The Knockout- web * fb * 3223 Mission St

Oct 28 The Knockout- The Smithsfits 7th Annual Halloween Dance Party

9PM $5 21+ –  DJs Yule Be Buried, Omar Scarez & Other demented guests spinning buckets full of Smiths & Misfits tracks to stir up the monster in you!  $100 costume contest (DJ Dance Party)

Presented by The Knockout- web * fb * 3223 Mission St

Oct 29 The Knockout- Sweater Funk Super Fly Soul Dance Party

10PM- NO COVER 21+ The funkiest dance party in San Francisco •Always Free- Never Cheap – Always Satisfying- Funky Adults Only! (DJ Dance Party)

Presented by The Knockout- web * fb * 3223 Mission St

Monday to Sunday at Balancoire

Diverse programming every day of the week: Art and Cocktail Monday, Tango Tuesday, Swing Wednesday, Salsa Thursday and don’t miss out on Drag Sunday Brunch.  This and Much More!
Presented by Balancoire Restaurant and Club – web * fb * 2565 Mission St

Tuesdays, Live Cuban Band at Cha Cha Cha

8:00-10:00 pm:  Son Chévere plays Classic Cuban Music Tuesdays, July 11 & July 25, 8pm to 10pm- Plus Rueda Con Ritmo offers a son/cha cha cha dance class 7pm-7:50pm ($10 fee).  Son Chévere features Jordan (Tres), Alexey (Percussion), Maria (Bass Keytar), and Ryan (Percussion)
Admission: Free, Dance Classes $10
Presented by Cha Cha Cha fb *2327 Mission Street @ 19th

Wednesdays Cine Con Cultura

7:00pm:  MCCLA Movie Club Cine Con Cultura- web * fb Showcasing Latin American films with English subtitles. Admission: $7

Presented by Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts– 2868 Mission Street, San Francisco 94110

Thursdays Mission Community Market

4:oopm-8:00pm:  Mission Community Market- web * fb Visit the Mission Community Market is an open-air marketplace every Thursday rain or shine (March-Nov).  The market  is made up of farmers, small local businesses, music and culture programming and after-school activities. The non-profit promotes family health and are creating a fun, beautiful public space for the Mission District.

Presented by Mission Community Market22nd Street and Bartlett

Saturday & Sundays Mural Tours

1:30pm:  Mural Walking Tours- web * fb

Presented by Precita Eyes Muralists  –2981 24th Street

Sundays 2nd & 4th El Rio Live Salsa

3:00pm-8:00pm: El Rio Bar Every 2nd & 4th Sunday Live Salsa Band-  web * Calendar Some of the best Salsa, Merengue and Cumbia bands from the bay area on the outdoor Patio. CASH only bar. 3:15 Free Dance Class &  4-8pm Live Band $8 before 4pm $10 After

Presented by El Rio- 3158 Mission Street *Salsa Sunday 3-4pm door proceeds to a local non-profit group.

Weekends

Roccapulco Club Concert Venue Latino Music

Check Website for Upcoming Concerts and Events

Presented by Roccapulco: 3140 Mission Street tickets *  web * fb

MORE EVENTS * ART * WORKSHOPS * PERFORMANCES…

Accion Latina – web * fb * 2958 24th St

Alamo Drafthouse at New Mission Theater- web * Tickets * 2550 Mission Street

Artillery Art Gallery – web * fb * 2751 Mission St

Balancoire Restaurant and Club – web * fb * 2565 Mission St

Brava Theater – web * fb * 2781 24th Street

Calle 24 Latino Cultural District – web * fb * 24th @ Mission St 

Dance Mission Theater – web * fb * 3316 24th Street @ Mission St

Galeria De La Raza – web * fb * 2857 24th St

Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts – web * fb * 2868 Mission St

Past Events

PAST EVENTS

JULY

Roccapulco Club- 3140 Mission Street web * fb

July 15, Saturday 9:00PM:  Los Diablitos del Vallenato

July 21, Friday 8:00PM: Porfi Baloa Y sus ADOLECENTES

July 22nd, Saturday 9:00PM: ORQ GUAYACAN Straight From Colombia

July 6 – 23, 2017

Ghost Limb at Brava Theater
Theatrical world premiere of Marisela Treviño Orta’s. Set in Argentina during the Dirty War and riffing on the Greek myth of Persephone and Demeter, Marisela Treviño Orta’s Ghost Limb tells the story of los desaparecidos—the disappeared of Argentina—and the mothers who fiercely protested the military dictatorship who took their children.
Tickets: $22, Opening Night + After Party $40
Presented by: Brava Theater – web * fb * 2781 24th Street

 July 15TH, SATURDAY & July 29th, SATURDAY (Spanish)

JULY 7TH, FRIDAY Frida Kahlo 110th Birthday Celebration

Dancing with DJ SABOR TX, live performance by Grupo Córima, fun and Community. Featuring local FRIDArte vendors, food by La Cocina Entrepreneurs. More to be announced. 6:00-9:00pm Tickets: $10 Location:  Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts – web * fb * 2868 Mission St

JULY 8TH, SATURDAY Calle 24 Paseo FRIDArtistico

A celebration of Frida and la calle 24. Several participating vendors, FRIDArte activities, an hourly screening of “The Life and Death of Frida Kahlo as told to Karen and David Crommie” sponsored by Cine+Mas SF. 11:00am-5:00pm Location: TBD Multiple, 24th Street between Mission and Potrero

FRIDScreen printing & Embroidery Workshop Hosted by: Lisa Castellanos Participants screen print one of three images on a canvas bag, cure it and embellish the bag with basic embroidery stitches. The workshop lasts 3 hours. 11:00am-3:00pm Donation: $15 suggested donation for materials Location: Accion Latina – web * fb * 2958 24th St

Saturday & Sunday, May 27-28

CARNAVAL SF Come celebrate with us at the 39th annual Carnaval San Francisco! The 2017 Grand Parade will be held on May 28th at 9:30am at the corner of 24th and Bryant Streets, where it will proceed West to Mission Street. From there, the parade heads North on Mission down to 17th Street, where it will turn East and flow into the Festival area. Festival May 27-28 & Grand Parade May 28, 9:30am Admission: Free Presented by Carnaval San Francisco- Sign up for Newsletter and check out News Page.

April 15-May 27

Exhibit Sacred Waters, City Streets: the Art of Juana Alicia

“Sacred Waters, City Streets: The Art of Juana Alicia” will showcase more than 20 original murals, drawings, and prints spanning four decades of her career. Exhibit April 15-May 27.

Admission: Free Juan R. Fuentes Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11AM – 5PM Presented by Accion Latina2958 24th Street, San Francisco 94110

Saturday, May 6, 2017

FREE Comic Book Day!
FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2016 AT MISSION: COMICS AND ART! 
Presented by: Mission Comics & Art2250 Mission Street 

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Baile en la Calle:  The Mural Dances 2017 
Presented by: Brava! for Women in the Arts in collaboration with Precita

Sunday, April 30, 2017

 La Placita & Mission Community Market Block Party Mission Community Market has a new home— La Placita on 22nd Street and Bartlett & we’re throwing an all-ages interactive block party.
Presented by Mission Community Market– on Bartlett and 22nd Streets (between Mission and Valencia Streets)

Special Events, Wedding & Quinceanera Expo For all your special event needs visit Cupid’s Boutique.
Presented by: Cupid’s Boutique-  3218 21st Street, San Francisco 94110

2017 CARNAVAL SF King and Queen Competition Congratulations Antoine and Tiombe, the new King and Queen of Carnaval 2017!
Presented by CarnavalSFBrava Theater 2781 24th Street, San Francisco 94110

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Boogie Woogie in the Mission Cesar Chavez Fundraiser Lowriders, Zoot Suit & Pin-up Girl Fashion Show, Boogie Woogie Dance Contest, Art Show, Vendors, Live Music, Food
Presented by Martina La Latina Productions– Balancoire-2565 Mission Street, San Francisco 94110

Saturday, April 15, 2017

15 Year Anniversary of America Scores Bay Area Celebration The America SCORES Annual Celebration is the culminating event of the year bringing together the SCORES community of parents, coaches, contributors, partners, and volunteers.  Live Music, Dancing, Raffle, Cake Cutting Ceremony, Pageantry, and more. Presented by America Scores BayAreaRoccapulco 3140 Mission Street, San Francisco 94110

Thursday, April 13, 2017

“The Mission” Book Launch Party Authored by Dick Evans
Presented by DickEvansThe Gray Area/Grand Theater 2665 Mission Street, San Francisco 94110

Mission Dolores Tour

Mission and Cemetery

Founded 1776

Oldest Structure in SF

3321 16th Street @ Dolores

Mission Merchants Association (MMA)

The Mission District continues to retain its longstanding rank as the #1 restaurant neighborhood in the Bay Area and perhaps the world. It has been a long run where no San Francisco neighborhood or even another SF Bay Area City has had more critically acclaimed restaurants than the historic Inner Mission. From a sunny day in Dolores Park to a gigantic street party, there is ALWAYS something happening in the Mission to get you out of your home or hotel room!

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Community Partners

SFMTA
Office of Economic and Workforce Development
Invest in Neighborhoods
BARTable
BRAVA
CALLE24
Mission Bernal Merchants Association
Mission Economic Development Agency
Mission Merchants Association
San Francisco LowRider Council
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