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  • Wine Tour

    Join us for a full day of Wine Tour in Napa on Thursday April 22nd.

    Price is approximately $150, including lunch, transportation and wine tastings!

    Contact Judy at for more info.

    Reservations close at noon, Wednesday.

  • Lasar Tag: .Com Wars (Saturday, 4/17)

    Drupalcon SF attendees have been invited to compete in the Laser Tag battle for Supremacy in Silicon Valley as part of the ".COM Wars" organized by SF Laser Tag - The event is located in 12 acres of open redwoods and will feature fast paced 15 minute high tech capture the flag laser tag! The cost is $60/person (including lunch) and will require some logistics to get down there.

    Coordinate here -

  • CUESA Farmer's Market and Ferry Building Walk

    Take a guided walk from the Conference location to the popular CUESA Farmer's Market at the historic and recently restored Ferry Building.

    A huge array of artisan foods, locally produced, organic, free-range, are to be had at the Farmer's Market. Bring the family, get some delicious food and find a place to relax and eat along the Embarcadero boardwalk or in local parks lining the waterfront.

    Meet for the walk in the front plaza of the Moscone Center on Tuesday at 12 noon on the right as you exit the building.

    For more info on the Farmer's Market:

  • Take a Tour of Hayes Valley Farm

    Take a tour of Hayes Valley Farm and be part of the transformation of a former freeway into a food forest.

    CivicActions Drupaler Zoey Kroll has been digging into this project - physically (shoveling dirt) and intellectually (as part of the case study
    for her Guerrilla Usability Testing session). Zoey and other urban farmers will give a tour. Come for a picnic, get dirty, play frisbee, and get a
    workout for a good cause! The farm is at 450 Laguna St., between Oak and Fell.

Self Guided

  • People's Earth Day and EcoCenter Grand Opening

    Come and celebrate People's Earth Day by the Bay at Heron's Head Park in Bayview.
    Cargo Way and Jennings in San Francisco.

    Also enjoy the Grand Opening of the EcoCenter at Heron's Head Park, the Bay Area's first environmental justice education center, and San Francisco's first completely off-grid building.

    Food, Fun and Live Entertainment will be happening from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. Enjoy an Interactive tour of the EcoCenter led by youth from a local youth development organization:

    Experience a ceremony of Healing for the land and spirit with the Ohlone People.

  • Shake your Bootie! at Bootie Dance Weekly

    Join the crowd at the DNA Lounge for one of the most popular dance weeklies in San Francisco - Bootie!

    On April 17th Bootie will feature mash-ups by Moldover on the main floor, with special guests Tripp, DOSVEC, and Dada.

    $6 before 10 pm and $12 after 10 pm. You can buy tickets at the door or in advance (advised) at:

    Live on stage at 11 PM, Bootie is proud to present Moldover -- the trailblazing inventor and master of "Controllerism," the new digital DJ style that uses technology as a musical instrument, using hacked controllers and software to manipulate music live and on the fly. He'll be showcases his latest musical DJ invention, "The Mojo," with a special dance-floor-friendly show featuring several surprise guests!

    Also on the decks, will be DJ Tripp and DOSVEC, filling in for residents A+D (who are on tour in Europe). The Funk4Soul Dancers return to the stage for the Midnight Mashup Show, and upstairs, it's the '80s Mashup Room, with DJs David X and Lex spinning all your favorite '80s hits ... mashed up, of course!

  • Goat Festival at Ferry Plaza Farmer's Market

    Don't miss the first-ever Goat Festival - A Celebration of All Things Goat! with (the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) and at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco.

    Goat Festival Schedule of Events:

    Ongoing from 10 am - 1 pm:
    Enjoy free samples of delicious and nutritious, award-winning goat's milk cheeses, yogurts, kefirs and ice creams
    * Watch cooking demonstrations by leading chefs and authors featuring goat's milk goodies
    * Meet "The Goat Girls" -- founding members of consumer education group -- all successful, sustainable, women-owned and operated goat businesses based in Northern California
    * Bring the kids to play with Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery's "kids" -- pet adorable baby goats in the south driveway near the Sur La Table store

    10-11 am:
    * Goat education presentations in the cooking demo area by The Goat Girls: Jennifer Bice of Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery; Mary Keehn of Cypress Grove Chevre in Arcata, CA; and Laura Howard ("Lay-loo") of Laloo's Goat Milk Ice Cream in Petaluma, CA; learn why goat's milk is good for you and OUR planet during this informative taste & talk

    11-11:45 am:
    * Cooking Demo with Chef Mark Dommen of One Market Restaurant

    11:45 am-12:30 pm:
    * Cooking Demo by Maggie Foard, author of Goat Cheese

    12:30-1 pm:
    * Talk, interview and book reading by Gordon Edgar, Author of Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge

    Why celebrate all things goat?

    Call it the other white milk, but goat's milk is actually the milk of choice for many. In fact, most of the milk used throughout the world comes from goats - and with good reason. Not only does goat's milk taste great, it is as close to a perfect food as possible in nature with a chemical structure that is amazingly similar to mother's milk. Goat's milk has more calcium, Vitamins A & B6 and minerals than milk from cows and it's naturally low in lactose.

    Goats are good for OUR planet too. Their smaller size means that goats literally leave a smaller carbon "hoof" print making them earth-friendly. Learn more about why goat's milk is good for you and why goats are "green" at

    A Dateline NBC report from the Blue Zone of Ikaria Greece revealed GOAT'S MILK as "Secret #1 For Living a Healthier, Happier Life." Dr. Oz has also reported on goat's milk as an anti-aging food.

    A March 16 story asks "Is Goat the New Cow? Why American Foodies and Environmentalists Are Reviving the Old-World Staple" and recommends goat as "a great way for people to eat locally grown, humanely raised, tasty foods. And unlike the cattle industries, there aren't any massive, industrialized goat farms."

    The Venue:
    1 Ferry Building
    Suite 50
    San Francisco, CA


  • San Francisco International Film Festival

    Founded in 1957, the San Francisco International Film Festival is the longest-running film festival in the Americas. Held each spring for two weeks, the International is an extraordinary showcase of cinematic discovery and innovation in the country’s most beautiful city, featuring some 150 films and live events with more than 100 filmmakers in attendance and nearly two dozen awards presented for cinematic excellence. The Festival attracts an annual audience of more than 80,000.

    Multiple film venues in San Francisco will be screening films for the San Francisco International Film Festival, which starts on the last day of DrupalCon.

    If you want to attend any of these events, it is best to purchase tickets in advance.

    To purchase tickets:

  • The Great Taste Off: French vs. California Wines

    The Great Taste Off: France vs. California. Which is better, a Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley, or a Cabernet Sauvignon-based wine from Bordeaux, France? Come and see for yourself in this 90-minute workshop led by Master Sommelier Catherine Fallis, aka grape goddess. The cost of this class/workshop is $60.

    The Venue:
    The Wine School at San Francisco Wine Center
    757 Bryant Street
    San Francisco, CA 94107


  • San Francisco Giants vs. St Louis Cardinals baseball game

    Catch the Giants baseball team in the beautiful AT&T park by the San Francisco Bay as they face off against the St. Louis Cardinals.

    The Venue:
    AT&T Park
    24 Willie Mays Plaza
    San Francisco, CA

    To purchase tickets, you can go to the ticket window at AT&T park, located fairly near Moscone Center. You can purchase tickets in advance on Ticketmaster or other online ticket agents.

  • Meet Sesame Street Characters at the San Francisco Zoo

    Join the San Francisco Zoo for a very special Sesame Street Live Meet & Greet at the Zoo. Bring your child to meet these three Sesame Street Live characters. Enjoy games, prizes and more.

    The Venue:
    San Francisco Zoo
    Sloat Blvd. at the Great Hwy.
    San Francisco, CA 94132

    To purchase tickets in advance, you can search on ticketmaster, or purchase them at the Zoo when you get there.

  • Chinatown and Grant Street Walk

    Take a walk from the Moscone Center conference site up the hill to San Francisco's famous Chinatown. Explore the many shops and tiny alleys that sell all manner of souvenirs, housewares, cloth, and food products. Grab lunch at a local restaurant, or spend the afternoon exploring the sites and sounds.

    Map will be provided soon.