Friday, March 16, 7:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Tap Into SXSW: Live in San Francisco
Monarch

They'll be livestreaming the Sub Pop SXSW Records showcase featuring Niki & the Dove, Spoek Mathambo and THEESatisfaction with Claude VonStroke in house to keep the party going. Rounding out the festivities, enjoy complimentary food from local food trucks and free drinks and cocktails. 21+ only.



Friday, March 16, 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Opening Party and SF Debut on the International Postal Collage Project
628 Jones St, San Francisco, CA

This is the San Francisco debut of the Round Table [Collaboration] Postal-Collage Project No. 1, which involves 50 collaborators assembled in ten groups, ranging in age from 4 to 82 hailing from the USA, Ireland, the UK, Denmark, France, Germany, and Australia. Collaborators worked separately, mailing works-in-progress to fellow group members according to a predetermined sequence. Each group member started a collage, contributed to the collages-in-progress begun by their fellows, and eventually, finished the collage they had initiated.

The show will also be on display March 17-18 from 12-4pm. Info.



Saturday, March 17, 10 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Greens Celebration and Cooking Demos
Ferry Building

CUESA is celebrating greens by serving them up juiced and raw for mixing and tasting. Come to the CUESA kitchen and make your own signature green juice blend using fresh greens, ginger, and citrus. While you are there, pick up some of our favorite greens recipes and our Ferry Plaza Farmers Market green guide. Info.



Saturday, March 17, 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Succulent Terrarium Workshop
Urban Bazaar

Brandi of Urban Bazaar will teach you how to create a tiny world of succulents, rocks, and moss, encapsulated in a glass orb terrarium. Each student will get to make one terrarium to take home with them, and will be able to use the skills they'll learn in the class to make more terrariums in the future (all supplies available for sale at Urban Bazaar). Students will learn how to care for succulent plants in an enclosed container; how to transplant succulents, how to use color to create a beautiful terrarium; and how to plant and decorate a tiny terrarium. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased on our website or in person; advance registration required. Tickets are non-refundable. Get tickets here.



Saturday, March 17, 9 p.m. - 2 a.m.
Fringe
It’s better on the edge
Madrone Art Bar


The indie music video dance party! Every Third Saturday @ Madrone Art Bar. Dance all night to your favorite indie rock videos, the best electro remixes and brand new music videos from the next big thing in indie music. Info.



March 17th & 18th
Vintage Fashion Expo

The Concourse Exhibition Center

A wide range of periods (1850-1980) and price levels Every style imaginable, from belle epoque finery to bell bottom jeans European classics from Chanel, Schiaparelli, and Lanvin Timeless American designs by Bill Blass, Bonnie Cashin, Halston & Claire McCardell Wardrobe ideas and inspiration. Regular Admission, $10.00. Saturday Early Buy Admission, $20.00. Info.



Saturday, March 17, 8 p.m.
Peaches Christ presents Pam Grier Double Feature feat. Pam Grier Live
Castro Theater

$25 Sleazy, violent, and out of control: Coffy (1971) has come to epitomize the high-water mark of '70s "Blaxploitation" cinema, as much for its gratuitous jive/cleavage/explosions as for its leading lady, the singular Pam Grier. No one looked quite as good with an afro on her head and a shotgun in her hand than Ms. Grier, and she never looked better or kicked more ass than as the eponymous Coffy. After an afternoon screening of Jackie Brown (1997), a Peaches Christ pre-show, and a screening of the film that made her famous, Pam Grier will appear in person for a Q&A and autograph signing — a chance at last to meet the legend herself. $25. Info.



Sunday, March 18, 6 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Reason To Party's Confession
85 Campton Place

Confession Reason To Party and Vessel invite you to step into our secret garden to be enchanted by the lush decor, tempting cocktails, and pulsing music. Benefitting charity At The Crossroads, we hope you will join us to partake in an evening of splendor. Reason to Party brings together California communities and businesses to raise funds and awareness for local charity organizations by doing what we do best, having fun! By attending a Reason to Party event, you support underserved populations in California and our new approach to nightlife. Info.



Sunday, March 18th, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Rice Paper Scissors Sunday Brunch Pop Up
14th and Folsom

Inspired by their month long trip to Vietnam, Rice Paper Scissors is bustin’ out Beef Pho for their Sunday Brunch on March 18th, 11-4pm. And just as they do in Vietnam, they’ll be popping up in a garage location at 14th and Folsom (exact location released the day before). They'll be there rain or shine, with tents and little red stools ready to go. Follow their Twitter to catch the exact location the day before.