No weekend is ever the same in San Francisco, but it always leaves you with the same feeling. You always want more. Here's what you shouldn't miss this weekend.

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April 2, 2020
The weekend is finally here.

Things to Do in San Francisco This Weekend

This weekend, while you stay home and help #flattenthecurve, let San Francisco come to you.

Dive Into the Giants Archives for Opening Day

The San Francisco Giants are marking the team’s original home opener date on Friday, April 3 by encouraging fans to stay home and stay safe. The Club’s ‘Opening Day at Home Presented by Oracle’ includes the re-broadcast of the historic 2014 NLCS Game 5 at 1:35 p.m. along with a number of social media activations. Fans can tune in to NBC Sports Bay Area or sfgiants.com at 1:35 p.m. for a special GIANTS STREAM presented by Oracle and can also follow along on Twitter (@SFGiants) for special appearances, including a message from Giants Broadcaster Mike Krukow, the national anthem performed by former Giant Jake Peavy and lineups announced by Renel Brooks-Moon. The GIANTS STREAM will also be available on YouTube: YouTube.com/Giants.

Bring the Outdoors Indoors

Saturday, Apr. 4 is Golden Gate Park's 150th anniversary. Visit their website for some special, celebratory content that's guaranteed to make your living room feel a bit more spacious. Like, 1,017 acres more spacious!

A Live Reading with Armistead Maupin

One of San Francisco's most famous authors, Armistead Maupin, will be reading from his latest work-in-progress, "Mona of the Manor". Tune in at 5 p.m. GMT on Friday, Apr. 3 to get a first listen of the newest story from the creator of "Tales of the City".

Have An Authentic San Francisco Meal

A number of San Francisco restaurants are providing delivery or take-out service while we shelter in place. Treat yourself to some of San Francisco's signature culinary treasures. Even better: bars and breweries are now allowed to deliver. We'll drink to that!

Get Creative

You can't binge-watch forever. Why not expand your mind with some at-home offerings from San Francisco's cultural powerhouses? From music to art, and dance to fashion, every corner of San Francisco's arts and culture scene is now at your virtual fingertips.

Please continue to follow the social distancing and health recommendations of your local community. We'll get through this together!

With love, San Francisco

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