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UncategorizedFIVE THINGS to kick off your holiday weekend

FIVE THINGS to kick off your holiday weekend

By Caitlin Donohue

Christmas bird count The Audubon Society needs your help tracking the Bay Area’s bird populations. Show up to document birdies in a 15-mile habitat zone, and stay for a festive dinner after the hard work. RSVP required. www.goldengateaudubon.org

Inner Sunset art walk Venture to this Western neighborhood for sweet post-Christmas deals from the local businesses on the strip. Many of the stores will be setting out refreshments and special exhibitions, exciting to those who didn’t encounter enough cheese plates during the holidays. 6-9pm, free. Ninth Avenue and Irving, SF. www.innersunsetmerchants.org

Ballet Flamenco Ruffly, toe-tapping Spanish stylings by mother-daughter team Carolina Lugo and Carolé Acuña will make your bocaditos and picante de pollo all the more delicious at this vegetarian-friendly South American North Beach joint. 6:15pm, $15-19. Pachamama Restaurant, 1630 Powell, SF. www.pachamamacenter.org

Zoo Lights Twinkling lights, live reindeer, hot cocoa and cider, and all your favorite animals in nocturnal mode at the zoo’s nighttime holiday hangout. 4:30-8pm, $7.50. SF Zoo, 1 Zoo Road, SF. www.sfzoo.org

Chippy Nonstop This East Bay rapper has departed the region for New York, but she’s about to find out the Bay still has love for her sassed-out flow and “Money Dance” sensibilities at this beautifully affordable return show. 10pm-2am, $5. Elbo Room, 647 Valencia, SF. Facebook: 120 Minutes

Marke B.
Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He co-owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at) 48hills.org, follow @supermarke on Twitter.
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