San Francisco Labor Day Events
- SWATHI RAMASWAMY
- UPDATED May 09, 2018
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Labor Day, the official government occasion otherwise called the Informal End of Summer, is September 1, 2016. Since a large number of Bay Area people have evacuated to Burning Man in the Nevada leave, the three-day occasion end of the week in San Francisco is moderately void and peaceful, with laid-back occasions and activities to coordinate. Though a lot activities happen amid the weekend here are few things that are fun.
1.Scottish Highland Gathering and Games
This happens on September 3 or 4. Expounding of stuffs like Stone putt, Scottish sledge and other athletic occasions, Irish and Scottish moving, a bagpipe group’s rivalry and lip-smacking food on which one would devour such as birds of prey, sheep canines, French fries, Clydesdale steeds, fish sticks, scotch eggs, etc. the ground is strolled by the Mary Queen of Scots along with her court, knights, rented fighters and others.
2.Sausalito Art Festival
This takes place on August 30 and 31 between 10 am and 7 pm and on September 1 between 10 am to 5 pm. Here, you can meet approximately 260 craftsmen and examine their specialty. You can also enjoy Gourmet food, wine, and sets of Taj Majal, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Tommy Castro, and Pride and Joy. For something other than what's expected, pass by Golden Gate or Blue and Gold Fleet ship.
3.Millbrae Art and Wine Festival
This takes place for two days that is September 3 and 4 between 10 am and 5 pm. You can witness the unique works of art, vintage and classic car on display, a band giving tribute to Michael Jackson, scrumptious food, microbrews tasting, great autos in plain view, tests and demos of green items, a Michael Jackson tribute band and other music acts and a local talent show. In addition to this there is also a zip-line, many rides and activities for children and a wall for climbing.
4.King’s Mountain Art Fair
This take place starts on September 3 and ends on September 5 between 10 am and 5 pm. This fair includes gems, depictions, design, pottery, materials, furniture, wood works and other unique things by in excess of 130 craftsmen. Children can make their own particular craftsmanship and meet the local volunteer firefighters. Flapjack breakfast is accessible from 8 am and lunch from 11:30 am.