Through December 31: Boyz in the Woodz Club Sunday Hike Join the SF Bay Area Gay & Bi Men"s Hiking & Social Club for brunch, a hike, fun events, or dinner. (415) 457-3993. http://members.aol.com/BITWClub.
June 28: International Gay Rugby Tournament San Francisco Fog Rugby Football Club hosts The International Gay Rugby Association"s rugby tournament and festival. Polo fields, Golden Gate Park (free). 8 a.m. www.sffog.org.
June 29: Pride Run 2003 5K and 10K. Golden Gate Park. (415) 978-2429. www.sffrontrunners.com.
August 3: 10th Annual Chronicle Tour de PeninsulaA 33-mile bike ride through the San Francisco Peninsula, with 17-mile and 21-mile shortcuts, rest stops, food and drinks, tech support, and expo. Redwood City. (415) 759-2690. www.rhodyco.com.
August 10: Festival of ChariotsWest end of Speedway Meadow, Golden Gate Park. (415) 649-8619.
Aug. 31: Ana Cablecar Chase & 5K AmbleThis 5.67-mile run & 5K "amble" hits its 20th anniversary. Aquatic Park. (415) 868-1829. www.envirosports.com.
Festivals/Fairs/4th of July
Through June 29: San Francisco International Gay and Lesbian Film FestivalA showcase for some of the world"s finest films from and about the GLBT community. Various locations throughout San Francisco. www.frameline.org.
Through August 17: Stern Grove Midsummer Music FestivalFree performances amid the trees by a variety of artists, including the San Francisco Symphony, Afro Celt Sound System, and WAR. Stern Grove, San Francisco. (415) 252-6252. www.sterngrove.org.
July 4: San Francisco FireworksOver the Bay with great views from Telegraph Hill, Russian Hill, and the Wharf.
July 4: Oakland FireworksAll day festival of crafts and music at Jack London Square, culminating in pyrotechnics.
July 4: San Jose FireworksGod bless us all at the America Festival, San Jose's multicultural fete in downtown Discovery Meadow.
July 4: Redwood City FireworksShot above the Port of Redwood City, this year's works will be choreographed to music.
July 4: Marin FireworksSausalito's celebration will start with a parade and family fun at Dunphy Park, then move to Gabrielson Park for the show.
July 5-August 2: Robert Mondavi Summer FestivalPreservation Hall Jazz Band, Harry Belafonte, India.Arie, and other artists in five outdoor performances ($42-75). Robert Mondavi Winery, Oakville. (888) 769-5299. www. robertmondavi.com.
July 5-August 9: Peaches Christ's Midnight MassThe sixth year of this playfully irreverent film series kicks off with an obligatory showing of the fabled Elizabeth Berkley (career-stalling) vehicle Showgirls. Midnight Saturdays at the Bridge Theater. 3010 Geary Blvd ($8). www.peacheschrist.com.
July 5-6: Fillmore Street Jazz Festival The largest free festival of its kind on the West Coast. San Francisco. (510) 970-3217. www.hartmanstudios.com.
July 10-12: Sonoma County Wine and Food Showcase Fireworks, dancing, San Francisco Symphony, wine tasting, tours, luncheons, and dinners ($50-225). Various Sonoma locations. (800) 939-7666. www.sonomawine.com.
July 11-13: Montclair Village Fine Arts FestivalThe 28th annual showcase of local artists. Oakland. (209) 296-1195.
July 12-13: Palo Alto Clay & Glass FestivalArtists' displays and craft demos from glassblowing to clay pot throwing (free). Palo Alto Art Center. (650) 329-2366.
July 12-13: Obon Buddhist Festival Featuring a bazaar, games, food, entertainment, and an obon dance (free). Japantown, San Jose. (408) 293-9292. www.sjbetsuin.com.
July 25-27: Gilroy Garlic FestivalGarlic ice cream, anyone? ($5-$10). Christmas Hill Park. (408) 842-1625. www.gilroygarlicfestival.com.