Holiday Events Guide San Francisco (Week of 11/27)

Come celebrate the holidays in San Francisco! Here are some standout events happening this weekend:

24 Holidays on 24th Street | Noe Valley
Each day between December 1-24, 2017 will highlight merchant events & specials along with holiday activities and performances on 24th Street. Includes visits with Santa, hayrides, live reindeer, carolers, a holiday wine walk and live local music! Check out the calendar here.

December 1, 2017
5:00 – 7:00 PM, Noe Valley Town Square (24th Street between Sanchez and Vicksburg)
Tree Lighting & Carolers
Caroling 6-7 PM by SF City Chorus

December 2, 2017
11am – 2pm, Pick up and drop off at Walgreen’s
Holiday Hay Ride!  

December 2, 2017
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Zephyr Real Estate 4040 24th Street
Santa Claus! and Rudolph! Refreshments!

24 holidays on 24th street
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Hayes Valley 27th Annual Holiday Block Party
Hayes St at Octavia Blvd., Hayes Valley, San Francisco
December 1, 2017  6 pm-9 pm
December 2, 2017  3 pm-6 pm

Stroll around Hayes Valley and local merchants and vendors, enjoy live music, a photo booth and many other fun activities being offered during this special event along Hayes, Gough, Octavia and Laguna Streets.

Hayes Valley Holiday Block Party

2017 Dogpatch Holiday Block Party: Deals & Free Treats
Dogpatch, San Francisco
December 2, 2017 10 am-6 pm

Explore the Dogpatch Holiday Sale! Shop at local retailers, do some wine & beer tasting and stop by gallery open houses. Many businesses will be hosting sample sales and popups (1-day mini shops within a shop). There will also be complimentary seasonal treats. FREE with RSVP on Eventbrite.

Dogpatch Holiday Sale

27th Annual Union Street Fantasy of Lights

Union St between Van Ness & Steiner, Fillmore St between Union & Lombard

December 2, 2017  3-7 pm
Holiday light displays and various holiday themed decorations by stores that line Union St as well as store open houses and extended night hours. Also, “The Great Union Street Holiday Elf Hunt” will have participating merchants hide a toy elf in their stores for customers to find. Customers that do find a toy elf can write their names down for a chance to win a prize.

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