Hey all! It’s Jayn with 15 things you can do in the Bay Area.
1 – Join Barons in Hacienda Crossings Dublin for a giant jewelry show featuring the designs of A. Jaffe and Simon G on March 28th and 29th.
2 -The world’s largest tattoo convention is the Body Art Expo and it is being held at the Cow Palace from March 28th – 30th.
3 – Wish you were on vacation? Have a mini-holiday on Travel Alberta at their 360 dome at Union Square in San Francisco on March 28, admission is free. Uncover ancient albertosaurus bones, visit an old west photo booth, and sit by a roaring fire and gaze at the stars.
4 – Calling all Apple lovers. The Macworld 2014 Expo will be in San Francisco March 27th-29th at the Moscone Center West, admission is $10.
5 – New Belgium Brewing is releasing their new Snapshot wheat beer in San Franciso. Head on down to Divisadero Corridor for happy hour this Thursday at 7:00 pm.
6 – Opening night for the 1oth season of Friday nights at the De Young Museum is happening this Friday March 28th at 5:00 pm. Enjoy live music and dance performances for free.
7 – Join Off the Grid this Friday night at 5:00 pm at the Fort Mason Center for a party. Over 32 food trucks and street food carts will be present, along with DJs and live bands.
8 – Enjoy acrobatics? Head on down to the Him Mark Lai Library in Chinatown this Saturday at 11:30 am to see Wayne Huey show off his skills he has acquired as a red panda acrobat.
9 – Want to change the look of your garden or yard this spring? Get to the Mountain View Public Library this Saturday at 1:00 pm for the free spring plant exchange; all types of plants are welcome.
10 – This Saturday at 2:00 pm the Flask Mob will be taking a photo and secret drinking walk through Golden Gate Park. Rsvp at signup.Runwiththemob.Com <http://signup.Runwiththemob.Com/> for details!
11 – Want to try your chances at surviving a zombie apocalypse? Be at the Lafayette Park this Saturday at 6:30 pm for the Humans vs. Zombies Nerf war. Visit the Foam Action Network Facebook group to RSVP and learn about details. BRAINS!
12 – Support your local vendors at the Treasure Island Flea Market taking place this Sunday. This event is only held once a month so don’t miss out, admission is $3 and parking is free.
13 – Love the Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl? The Lady Washington, a ship shown in the movie, is offering tours this Sunday at Seaport Court in Redwood City from 4:00 to 5:00 pm.
14 – All opera enthusiasts should drop by the San Francisco main library this Saturday at 1:00 pm for a free movie screening of “The Magic Flute”.
15 – Planning on getting drinks this Saturday afternoon? Head on down to San Francisco’s Lucky 13 at 4:00 pm to enjoy some free BBQ with your drinks.
That’s 15 Things, from Geico.