It’s all about spreading the LOVE this weekend. ABCey brings you this week’s San Francisco Weekend Lineup with our fave Pride weekend festivities happening here in the Bay Area!
Pride Festival and Parade
It’s back! The pride festival and parade is one of the biggest events of the year! The Pride festivities include a two-day celebration and rally at San Francisco’s Civic Center that concludes with the big parade Sunday, June 30. Come along and be part of the festivities at the 49th annual Pride Festival and Parade!
When: June 29th-30th | 10am-6pm | Civic Center Plaza and surrounding Downtown area | Cost: Free
Pink Mammoth Block Party
Continue the pride spirit with the best party in town, the 7th annual Pink Mammoth Summertime Block Party! Located in the heart of Downtown San Francisco, this year will feature musical stylings from THE DUSTY RHINO and different food trucks. Don’t forget to wear all the pink you own.
When: June 29th | 12pm-10pm | Mint Plaza | Cost: $15-$35
El Rio’s annual Pride Parade after-party is a night of dancing outside to hip-hop, dance hall and Latin grooves. Also, you can keep the party going as you groove to the music inside ALL night long. Furthermore, free barbecue, treats and other pride goodies to fuel you up through the night.
When: June 29th-June 30th | 6pm-2am | El Rio (3168 Mission St.) | Cost: $20 at the door
Come join 60,000 attendees to celebrate the 43rd annual San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival. This 11 day celebration that started on June 20th will be wrapping its last show this Sunday, June 30th. Come for the premieres, parties, panels, stars, and more and embrace the spectrum of identities that make up LGBTQ+ communities worldwide!
When: June 20th-30th | Times Vary for Different Shows| Various Venues | Cost: Various | https://www.frameline.org/festival/film-guide-x3759
Identify and Pride: Youth Art Show
This exhibition from youth members of the Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco’s Citywide Arts Programs, reinvent the iconic rainbow flag in honor of SF’s 49th annual LGBTQ Pride Parade and Celebration. It gives us a glimpse of youths living in Bayview-Hunters Point, the Tenderloin, the Mission, Excelsior and the Western Addition of San Francisco, while exploring themes of gender, sexual identity, love and community.
When: June 18th-July 14th |11am-6pm | Yerba Buena Center for the Arts | Cost: Free with registration
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Startup Monday is ABCey’s weekly post that showcases some of the most innovative San Francisco startups! These are selected from a list of companies that we LOVE or have worked with in the past. This week, we are putting the spotlight on Workday!
What is Workday
Workday is a free cloud-based business management platform founded in 2005. It specializes in people resource management and financial management. It is an effective and affordable system for tracking employees and developing a globally manageable company structure.
How it works
Workday caters to two main end users: employers and employees.
As an employer, you can use this app to track expenses and/or assign new tasks to your team. You can also view your employees’ profiles and provide performance feedback.
As an employee, you can complete administrative tasks such as clocking in and out, tracking your pay, and requesting time off, all in one app.
Why we love it
We love Workday because it makes business management within an organization so much easier! Users can have access to work related applications and data on-the-go. What I love the most is that paycheck mistake, scheduling discrepancies can be easily detected and fixed in a timely manner. And, with the touch ID and Face ID features, users don’t need to worry about the safety of the information.
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