Bay Area Weekend Events: Corgi Con, San Francisco Trolley Fest, Wharf Fest

Friday, October 20, 2017 04:04PM
We've partnered with the team at Hoodline - the hyper-local neighborhood website- to bring you what's new and happening this weekend in San Francisco.


SAN FRANCISCO - We've partnered with the team at Hoodline - the hyper local neighborhood website to find weekend activities in and around the Bay Area.

Corgi Con
The last couple of weeks have been tough, and we could all use a reason to smile. How about a bunch of Corgis wearing costumes and going through an agility course? It's as ridiculous as it sounds.

It may just be the distraction you need -- Corgis with their stumpy little legs and long bodies are irresistible and unintentionally hilarious. Put a Wonder Woman costume on one -- and now, as the kids say 'it's lit.'

To be honest, it feels like Corgi Con is constantly happening. The fall edition of the event happens at Ocean Beach Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. near Cliff House. It's free!

Click here for more information on Corgi Con.

San Francisco Trolley Dances
Another free event happening Saturday and Sunday is for those who love to dance. San Francisco Trolley Dances is in its 14th year. You get on Muni's N-Judah line and makes stops to watch various dance troupes put on shows.

It starts in Soma and ends at Golden Gate Park. There are multiple shows a day and you can line uup for tickets at least a half hour before since the shows are popular.

Click here for more information on the San Francisco Trolley Dances.

Wharf Fest, Chowder Fest at Pier 43
Head to Pier 43 for Wharf Fest and Chowder Fest Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Street vendors and artist show up for the event and the weather should be perfect. Anyone can show up for the street festival even though the chowder fest is sold out.

Click here for more information on the Wharf Fest event

MORE TO DO: Enjoy the weekend, and don't forget to check out Hoodline's events calendar for more ideas.
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