Labor Day is almost here and the long weekend is the perfect opportunity to check off some of those last minute “must do” activities before the summer comes to an end. For those who are visiting or those who are local to the San Francisco area, the city offers plenty of activities to keep you active and get you outdoors! Here are some of the top events to attend this weekend:
SF Giants vs. NY Mets (Aug. 31 - Sept. 2)
Head on over to AT&T Park to catch a never dull Giants game! They will be playing the New York Mets on August 31st at 7:15pm, and on Sept. 1st and 2nd at 1:00pm. You can also head over to 21st Amendment Brewery before or after the game for some delicious drinks and food, and hang out with local Giants fans. For the history buffs - walk on over to the north side of the stadium where you can see the Giants Hall of Fame!
Sausalito Art Festival (Sept. 1 - 3)
Take a short trip across the bay and enjoy fabulous views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz on the way! This art festival has been held on Labor Day Weekend for 66 years and attracts thousands of visitors. Located on the Sausalito Waterfront, you can enjoy gourmet food, craft beer and wine while listening to more than 10 different bands and taking in an abundance of visual arts. This event is ideal for everyone from kids to seniors and food lovers to art enthusiasts!
Labor Day Beach Yoga (Aug. 31 and beyond)
Get up and get active (for at least 75 mins) this Labor Day! Whether you are a newbie or an expert yogi, spend some time outdoors with your friends and family at Baker Beach for some seaside yoga led by Julianne Aiello and Liam Shy! Julianne, founder of Outdoor Yoga SF, wants to bring together the community with a silent disco style yoga class. You will be wearing headphones (provided by Julianne) to listen to the instructors while you get your om on to some groovy music. All you need is your beach towel and your body -- get ready to flow by the Pacific Ocean! Check out previous events on their Instagram: www.instagram.com/outdooryogasf
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