Folsom Street Fair, Tour De Fat, Springsteen Tribute, Jared Mees & Grown Children, Arts Expo and More

There are so many awesome events this warm weekend in September, the problem won't be what to do, but how to pack it all in. Make the best use of your time, map out a proper schedule and get to it. Here's this week's list of ten things to do for a 10-spot or less:

Farm Film Night @ Hayes Valley Farm (Fri.)
Hayes Valley Farm is a community and agricultural center that occasionally has really cool parties. Tonight the farm hosts live music by The Secrets and a nighttime screening of documentary “Vanishing of the Bees.” There's also the promise of local treats — hot apple-pear cider infused with honey — and raffle prizes! Donations will benefits the farm's Honey Bee Education Program. (Free, $5 – 6 p.m.)

Polk Street Blues Festival @ Polk between Pacific and Union (Sat. and Sun.)
This is the first annual Polk Street Blues Festival, so go check it out and support the hometown scene if you want to see more pure blues fests in the future. The festival, spread along Polk Street between Pacific and Union, will feature four stages of bands, gourmet food booths, and a merchant marketplace. Music comes courtesy of legendary bluesman John Mooney, Bobbie Webb and the Smooth Blues Band, local saloon singer Juce Garcia,  and many others. (Free, 10 a.m.)

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