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Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey aside, this is a trendy food fest — and it’s happening this Sunday in San Francisco. The SoMa StrEat Food Park is hosting the Bay Area’s first-ever charcoal eats and drinks fest, serving up everything from Choux SF’s black and white charcoal pastry puffs to Batter Up’s charcoal-battered corn dogs. For reals. Powdered charcoal-infused cocktails and bites are an actual thing! (Actual things?) Those deets are here. And if you’d prefer something more colorful, the second season of Undiscovered SF — a Filipino Night Market with food, drinks, music and maker booths —  launches Saturday on San Francisco’s Minna Street.

The Stern Grove Festival in San Francisco is an annual treat — it’s hard to go wrong with free music by A-List artists in a gorgeous setting, But hearing the San Francisco Symphony on these divine grounds adds even a little more magic to the mix, The orchestra will be there Sunday afternoon, and details ballet slippers art print, ballerina shoes watercolour painting, girls bedroom decor, dance dancer wall art, on pointe dancing s are here, Meanwhile, the classical music summer festival season is in full bloom, and there are plenty of options, Same goes for free concerts, which are offered all over the Bay Area..

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley is hosting a riveting solo stage performance that tells the story of one man who stood up to the U.S. government’s tragic decision to lock up Japanese Americans during World War II. “Hold These Truths” plays in Palo Alto through Aug. 5 and it is a rich, if distressingly relevant, night of theater, says our reviewer. A retro dance in Golden Gate Park, water taxi rides and Shakespeare in the park? You don’t have to deplete your pocketbook to wow the girl, the boy or the gender-neutral individual. We’ve got 10 sensational ideas for summery Bay Area dates that are free or nearly so, including an outdoor Lindy Hop that includes dance lessons, as well as the chance to bop Roaring ’20s style. (Psst, no flapper attire required. But that would be awesome.).

Mestiza’s adobo nachos, Hookt’s ube coconut doughnuts, Lumpia Company‘s bacon cheeseburger lumpia with barbecue sauce, If, like us, you worship at the altar of Third Wave Filipino food, you need to get yourself to Undiscovered SF, the only Filipino-themed night market in San Francisco, It takes place in central SoMA, in the parking lot at 411 Minna St, every third Saturday through October 21, The first one is July 21, and they’re expecting up to 10,000 people, After last year’s successful run at the Old Mint, the ballet slippers art print, ballerina shoes watercolour painting, girls bedroom decor, dance dancer wall art, on pointe dancing s night market has moved to a slightly earlier time (4 to 10 p.m.) and into this bigger location, officially known as SOMA Pilipina, a newly developed cultural district that runs from Second Street to 11th Street, between Market and Brannan, Admission is free and kids are welcome..

Expect delightful street-food eats from 12 vendors including Binka Bites, Shades of Sugar and FK Frozen Custard plus Filipino music, dance and fashion. Listen for Bay Area pioneer turntablists DJ QBert and Shortkut, who will be headlining opening night, and get there early. Ultimately, there’s a reason why 35,000 people showed up for last year’s night markets. There just aren’t a lot of free, family-friendly nighttime events in the Bay Area. And this one just happens to feature one of the hottest cuisines of the moment.

Carnival of Cultures: Explore the diversity of cultures that make the Bay Area, Enjoy music, dance and cuisine at this multicultural festival, July 21, 11 a.m.-6 p.m, Main Street Cupertino, 19419 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, RSVP to, Sunnyvale Farmers Market: Enjoy fresh fruits, vegetables and arts and crafts from local growers and artisans, Saturdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m, Murphy and Washington avenues, Sunnyvale,, Sunnyvale Senior Center: The center offers a variety of services and activities, billiards room, fitness center, table games, trips, classes and lunches every weekday, 550 E, Remington ballet slippers art print, ballerina shoes watercolour painting, girls bedroom decor, dance dancer wall art, on pointe dancing s Drive, Sunnyvale, 408-730-7360,

Senior Nutrition Program: Hot meals served along with camaraderie. Must be age 60 or older and a resident of Santa Clara County. Monday-Friday, live dance music at 9:30 a.m., lunch at 11 a.m. First United Methodist Church, 535 Old San Francisco Road, Sunnyvale. KCI Summer Camp: Silicon Valley middle and high school students age 11-16 can explore the latest technologies in virtual reality, 3D printing, video production and more in KCI’s new makerspace, led by instructors with professional engineering and teaching expertise. Through Aug. 3, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Krause Center for Innovation, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. $699 per session; $50 early bird discount before May 1.

Sound of Music: Foothill Music Theatre stages Rogers and Hammerstein’s classic musical about the ballet slippers art print, ballerina shoes watercolour painting, girls bedroom decor, dance dancer wall art, on pointe dancing s von Trapp family and their plucky governess, Through Aug, 5, Smithwick Theatre, Foothill College, I-280 and El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, $12-$32,, 650-949-7360, A Midsummer Night’s Dream: The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival stages Shakespeare’s comedy, July 21-29, Memorial Park Amphitheater, Anton Way at Stevens Creek Boulevard, Cupertino,, 408-777-3200..

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