Picnic at the Presidio

11:00 am - 4:00 pm
San Francisco  

Picnic at the Presidio brings you an amazing food extravaganza.  During this event, you can enjoy all kinds of delicious food from different restaurant, farm produce and baked goods, games, live music entertainment, craft and soul, all in one place!  Don’t miss this great opportunity to check out your favorite local gourmet food vendors!  The event take place every Sunday until 10/26. 

For more information: www.presidio.gov

Jambano Family Festival

3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
The Park Chalet
San Francisco 

Come rock out with your family at the Park Chalet  Sunday afternoon from 3-5pm all Summer long!  The concert takes place on 7/13, 8/17, 9/28/,10/26.

For more information: (415) 425-0372, www.jamjamjam.com

Movie on the Square

All Day
Courthouse Square
Redwood City 

“Movie on the Square” will be held at Redwood City Courthouse every Thursday starting from 7/24 – 9/25.  People can come and enjoy watching movies at the event site. Here’s the detailed schedule:

7/24: Saving Mr.Bank, 8:45pm

7/31: Gravity, 8:30pm

8/3: Oz, 8:30pm

8/14: Secret Life of Walter Mitty, 8:15pm

8/21:The Coords, 8:45pm

8/28: The Mounments Men, 8pm

9/4: Mr. Peabody and Sherman, 8pm

9/11: Spaceballs, 7:45pm

9/18: Captain America: Winter Soldier, 7:30pm

9/25: Muppets Most Wanted, 7:30pm

For more information: (650) 780-7000, www.redwoodcity.org

Savor Filipino Festival

10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Justin Herman Plaza, The Embarcadero
San Francisco 


If you like Filipino food, then you won’t want to miss the annual Savor Filipino Festival in San Francisco Embarcadero! The event will brings you all kinds of delicious Filipino dishes. There are many ways to prepare Filipino food, so in their eclectic mix of indigenous, fusive, and modern interpretations of these dishes, attendees will find both the traditional roots of the cuisine, as well as the chef’s own stamp of quality and style.

For more information: www.savorfilipino.com

Sausalito Art Festival

10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Marinship Park

Sausalito Art Festival is one of the oldest open-air art events in the Bay Area.  The event is featuring fine art, music, food and wine along the scenic Sausalito waterfront, come and enjoy the sheer scope of art on display, as well as a celebrated entertainment line-up and special exhibits.

For more information: (415) 332-3555, www.sausalitoartfestival.org

Chinese Moon Festival Celebration

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
San Francisco Public Library (Chinese Center)
San Francisco  


San Francisco Public Library will be organizing a Chinese Moon Festival Celebration event this Saturday.  Join this event to celebrate the Chinese holiday with music, dance, and martial arts by outstanding local artists.

For more information: (415) 557-4430, www.sfpl.org

Millbrae Art & Wine Festival

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Labor Day Long weekend is right around the corner!  Millbrae Art & Wine Festival returns this year with live music, fine Art & Cool crafts, Kid’s play land, Street filled with Talent Showcases, classic car show, and of course, fabulous food & drink plus Asian Specialty food!  There will be 250 professional artists and craft makers showcases their latest handcrafted wares, and you can also choose to enjoy home and garden exhibits, health and wellness displays… how could we ask for more? Don’t miss the Millbrae Art & Wine Festival on August 30th – 31st.

For more information: www.miramarevents.com, 650-697-7324

Antique Faire and Flea Market

6:00 am - 4:00 pm
Fremont’s Historic Niles District

50th Niles Antique Faire and Flea Market will bring you back the memory of childhood. In this event, you will find lots of the vintage items and reminisce with stories from the old times.  Niles is known for as a place for shopping and silent film vintage. For those of you who is interested in attending this event, you can come as early as 5am to try their popular pancake breakfast.

For more information: www.niles.org, (510) 468-9444

Brazilian Day and Lavagem Festival

11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Casa de Cultura

This weekend, come and celebrate the Brazilian Independence Day with a Free outdoor festival: Lavegem Festival.  The event is featuring children’s Village, Beer Garden, Caipirinha & VIP Lounges, there will be food and artistic booths as well.

For more information: (510) 528-1958, www.brasarte.com

DIY Ang Pow Lantern

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Portola Branch – San Francisco Public Library
San Francisco  


Learn how to make a beautiful decorative lantern with recycled Chinese red envelopes to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival. Instruction will be in English and Chinese. Space is limited. Registration is required. To register, please call (415)355-5660 or email to shirley.deng@sfpl.org.

2014 CCM Artist Enangelistic Meetings

All Day


Hong Kong Artist Wong Cho Lam, Leanne Li, Anson Li will be joining the 2014 CCM (Chinese Christian Mission) Artist Enangelistic Meetings on 9/6 and 9/7.  You will have a chance to hear their personal story while enjoying a amazing and humorous stage performance.

9/6(Saturday): 3pm & 7:30pm. San Francisco Nourse Theater,  275 Hayes Street.

9/7 (Sunday): 3pm. Hayward Chabot College, 25555 Hesperian Blvd.

To purchase tickets, please call 707-762-1314  or  415-398-5457.

SF Moon Festival Street Fair

All Day
San Francisco Chinatown
San Francisco  

Join KTSF to celebrate the Autumn Moon Festival this weekend at San Francisco Chinatown! Enjoy a fun day of ethnic performances, arts and crafts, delicious foods, bargain shopping, kid’s activities, and much more!  Plus, don’t forget to stop by the KTSF Booth since we’ll be giving away lots of great prizes!  See you there on September 6th & 7th!

For more information:  (415) 982-6306, www.moonfestival.org

Mid-Autumn Festival at Millbrae Library

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Millbrae Library

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the “Moon Festival”, is an important holiday in many Asian cultures. Come celebrate it with family, friends and the community at both Millbrae Library on Saturday, September 6.

Enjoy Asian storytelling, music, dance, and lots of children’s activities, including lantern making & origami. There will be demonstrations of paper, lino, and woodblock cutting, along with paintings and drawings from the Chinese folktale, Chang’er. A special treat of moon cakes from Kee Wah bakery and a tea ceremony will end the day on a high note.

Bay Pointe Ballet Summer Fundrasing Gala

4:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Bay Pointe Ballet Studio
South San Francisco  

Bay Pointe Ballet will be hosting their 2014 Summer Fundrasing Gala on Saturday, 9/6 at the Bay Pointe Ballet Studio.  This  event will brings you the amazing Black Swan Dancing Performance by Miko Fogarty and Michael Dunsmore.  Plus, you can also enjoy the performance by Bay Pointe Ballet students and Company dancers as well as other supporting dancers.

4:00 Family Friendly, 7:30pm, cocktail Attire

For more information: baypointeballet.org

Mountain View Art & Wine Festival

10:00 am - 6:00 pm
On Castro Street
Mountain View 

Silicon Valley’s World-Class Art & Music Festival is a vibrant multicultural celebration featuring 600 professional artists and craftmakers showing exceptional handcrafted wares, stellar live music, the Comcast Pigskin Party Lounge with football and baseball on the giant screen TV, festive food and drink with premium wines, microbrews, sangria, mimosas and margaritas, artisan specialty food purveyors, an organic and green products showcase, sensational young performers strut their showstopping stuff on the “Mountain View’s Got Talent” Community Stage, and action-packed Kids’ Park with ultra thrilling bungee jumping, super cool amusements, carnival rides, fun and games. Admission is free.

For more information: http://www.miramarevents.com, 650-968-8378

Harvest Moon Festival

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Oakland Asian Cultural Center


Oakland Asian Cultural Center is excited to invite all of you to our Harvest Moon Festival in September. The event will be an excellent way to enter the Fall season with an abundance of exhilarating performances.

Harvest Moon will feature three mesmerizing tales of love, loss, and enchantment revolving around the mystique and beauty of the moon.

The show will include performances by Mahea Uchiyama, Kompiang Metri-Davies, and OACC’s Artist in Residence Seibi Lee. The festival will feature dance and storytelling from the Pacific Islands, Indonesia, and North India.

Ticket start at $10 and can be purchased at http://oaccharvestmoon14.eventbrite.com/

If you would like to volunteer for Harvest Moon, you can do so by signing up to volunteer at http://tinyurl.com/oacchmoon.

If you have any questions about Harvest Moon, please contact Steven Cong at stevencong@oacc.cc.

Foster City Mid-Autumn Festival

12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Foster City Library
Foster City 

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the “Moon Festival”, is an important holiday in many Asian cultures. Come celebrate it with family, friends and the community at Foster City Library on Sunday, September 7.

Enjoy Asian storytelling, music, dance, and lots of children’s activities, including lantern making & origami. There will be demonstrations of paper, lino, and woodblock cutting, along with paintings and drawings from the Chinese folktale, Chang’er. A special treat of moon cakes from Kee Wah bakery and a tea ceremony will end the day on a high note.

New Hope Chinese Cancer Care Foundation Annual Event

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
De Anza College, Visual & Performing Arts Center


This event is organized by the New Hope Chinese Cancer Care Foundation.  Attendees will have a chance to enjoy several amazing performance, and learn more about cancer therapy and treatments.  If you’re interested in attending this event, please call 408-609-3338 or 1-866-326-1520, or www.newhopecancer.org to get the tickets.  Donations are welcome.



Kimochi “Show ‘n Shine” Car Show

10:00 am - 2:00 pm
College of San Mateo
San Mateo  


Kimochi, Inc. is holding its 4th Annual Show ‘n Shine Car Show, featuring 1973 and earlier American Classics, Street Rods, and Muscle Cars (sorry, no trailered vehicles)! Come and join this family-friendly event on Saturday, September 13, 2014, 10 AM – 2 PM, at the College of San Mateo, 1700 W. Hillsdale Blvd., San Mateo [main parking lot across from the Farmers’ Market]. Spectator admission is free!

Founded in 1971, Kimochi, Inc., a San Francisco non-profit senior service agency, recently completed the purchase of a building in San Mateo, which allows us to extend the Kimochi tradition of care to seniors and their families in San Mateo County. Come see great cars from yesteryears, enjoy an authentic Kimochi teriburger, and learn more about the programs and services we will offer from our new San Mateo home-base.

For more information, please visit our website at www.kimochi-inc.org or call (415) 931-2294


Gem Faire in San Rafael

All Day
Marin Center/Exhibit Hall
San Rafael 

Fri. 12pm-6pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 10am-5pm.

San Rafael Gem Faire is featuring fine jewelry, precious & semi-precious gemstones, millions of beads, crystals, gold & silver, minerals & much more at manufacturer’s prices. Over 70 exhibitors from around the world. Jewelry repair & cleaning while you shop. Free hourly door prizes.

For more info, visit www.gemfaire.com or call (503) 252-8300 or email: info@gemfaire.com.

Dragon Boat Festival

All Day
Treasure Island Great Lawn
San Francisco  


Come join us for the 2014 San Francisco Dragon Boat Festival! The event is coming up on September 20-21 at Treasure Island.  There’re over hundreds of dragon boat teams and thousands of dragon boat paddlers racing the 500 and 300 meter course in this festival. Recreational and competitive teams practice year-round and hail from all over the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands.  KTSF will have a dragon boat team in this event as well as a booth, and we will be giving away a lot of prizes! We really hope to see you there!

In addition to the exciting dragon boat racing, the Festival features many fun cultural activities: an entertainment stage with live dance and music performances, the Dragon Land children’s activity pavilion, the NEW Raytheon MathMovesU Pavilion, and a variety of food, arts & crafts, and other vendors.

For more information: http://www.sfdragonboat.com

Dublin Wine and Art Festival

12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Emerald Glen Park

Experience the unique food, wine and creative culture of the Tri-Valley at “splatter…not your ordinary food, wine and art festival” on Saturday, September 20 from noon to 8:00 p.m. at Emerald Glen Park in Dublin.

“Splatter” features a food & wine Tasting Pavilion, food & beverages, a marketplace, live entertainment…and fireworks at dusk.

General admission is free….Tasting Pavilion Passports are $30.00 in advance.

For more information: www.dublinsplatter.com 

Pleasanton Antiques & Collectibles Fair

8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Downtown Pleasanton

Looking for a nice piece of antique or collectible?  Pleasanton Antiques & Collectibles Fairt has more than 200 booths, and you will see all kinds of antiques, like vintage jewelry, antique furniture, clothing, home and garden decor, collectible art and much more!

For more information:  (650) 242-1294, www.pleasantonantiquefair.com