Autumn is upon us and with it comes the return of all things pumpkin, the Bay Area's warmest months (really), and the spooktacular fun of the 11th annual Haunted Hostel Halloween (HHHXI)! Held at the Point Montara Lighthouse Hostel each October, the Haunted Hostel Halloween is a family friendly event featuring an elaborately imagined world of mythical creatures who, for over a decade, have delighted children and parents alike.
'Tis the season for free film events in San Francisco! Get classy at the iconic Top of the Mark restaurant while enjoying free wine tastings and watching the glamorous Audrey Hepburn. Or perhaps it's time to relive that favorite oldie on the big screen (The Goonies!), with an outdoor screening in one of the city's best parks.
Late-night biking with a group of friends sounds pretty awesome by itself. But doing it for a great cause? Even better.
The 17-mile route is mostly flat, and runs along some of the city's most beautiful waterfront and historic areas.
Host your next event in a Gold Rush-era Victorian mansion in California's capital city! The charming, historic Sacramento Hostel is available to rent for a variety of events including weddings, receptions, trainings, and meetings at rates that will be kind to your budget.
Dramatically perched on the western edge of San Francisco, where the city meets the Pacific, stands the Cliff House. Over the course of its existence, the Cliff House has endured fires, earthquakes, and the coastal elements to remain a San Francisco landmark, and this year, special events will be held to commemorate the 150th anniversary of this long-lasting icon.
Every year in June, cities big and small across the United States celebrate diversity, freedom of expression, and their LGBTQ communities. June in the U.S. is pride month, and the festivities during this month represent a positive stance against discrimination, promote dignity and equal rights, build community, embrace sexual diversity, and increase the visibility of LGBTQ people. As a city on the forefront of the LGBTQ movement, San Francisco pulls out all of the stops for pride.