HOLIDAYS IN SF
The ultimate list of holiday events in San Francisco!
Easy holiday photo - minimal risk of electrocution
Museum of Ice Cream holiday fun
Fisherman's Wharf lighted boat parade - we brought a thermos of hot-toddies
Ghirardelli tree lighting - free chocolate, face painting, carolers, Santa photos, the works! (even snow!)
Cole Hardware had a make-your-own-wreath event in the back of their store - grandma was there and it was lovely!
Kimochi holiday fair near Japantown with the twins
The best things in life ARE free - the Tom and Jerry House decorations are still, bar-none, the most amazing SF holiday tradition - AND they had a santa there!
Bill Graham menorah lighting in Union Square - first public menorah in the USA!
Live reindeer on a parklet in Noe Valley, no big deal
Fioli on the peninsula knows how to do Christmas....
Park and Rec light the tree outside of McClaren lodge every year and every year out-do themselves in terms of festivities. Not to be missed
Ice staking at the embarcadero - we always seem to find friends who have free passes....thank you!
20 minute version of the Nutcracker for free at the SF main library resulted in months of ballet-obsession with my two year old. #holidaymagic
The Caltrain holiday train this was so cool!
Merchants took over a parking lot in West Portal and brought in a truck of snow because, why not?
Yes they want your money and it's cheesy, but the Macy's holiday tree is pretty classic and a can't-be-missed
Yes, this is a full-symphony at a brewery playing the Messiah. Every year at Southern Pacific (owned and operated by a local boy!)
Zoo lights is worth it
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