Weekend Roundup: April 5 - 7
By: Dan Rosenbaum
This weekend marks the return of everything we San Franciscans hold dear, baseball and art. Here are our top things you should do this weekend...
Spaces seemingly forgotten or unused will spring to life this weekend as the Redball Project rolls into town. The RedBall Project, by New York City-based artist Kurt Perschke, is a travelling interactive art piece that takes the form of a giant inflatable red ball. The Redball project will be making stops at the Embarcadero Center on Saturday and at the Contemporary Jewish Museum on Sunday.
The Return of the Museum of Craft and Design
Reopening this Saturday, April 6th, the Museum of Craft and Design is ready to showcase their new museum space in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. To celebrate the reopening, there will be a free open house from 11 AM to 6 PM. Learn about the current exhibits.
The Return of Giants Baseball
Championship baseball returns as the Giants raise their 2012 World Series Championship banner today and kick off the first home series thsi weekend. There's lots going on for the first 40,000 fans each day, including the hanging of the official World Series banner in a pre-game ceremony on Friday, the Buster Posey MVP bobblehead giveaway on Saturday, and the pre-game World Series ring ceremony on Sunday.
What are you doing this weekend?
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