It’s not every week that there’s a collection of events so perfectly aligned with a single decade. Break out your denim, blow out your hair, and get your 80s on this week with this collection of activities from your younger years.
Play with Barbies
If you’re one of those kids who frequently removed the heads from your Barbie dolls, then this event is for you. Each year, Doc’s Clock in the Mission hosts a Barbie Mutilation Night to benefit charity. Five dollars gets you a fresh barbie and some art supplies, and you’ll spend the night drinking and getting creative with Barbie’s look. Starts at 7:30.
Go on a scavenger hunt
Ahh, remember neighborhood scavenger hunts? Relive the memories every second Wednesday of the month with Campbell Road Runner Sports’ scavenger-style Adventure Run. You’ll run (or walk) to checkpoints and collect free raffle tickets for a chance to win awesome prizes. After the run, meet up with your race mates at Pyramid Beer Garden for drink specials! Run starts at 6pm and is free with RSVP.
80s Arcade Games with 80s Beer Prices
Oakland’s oldest brewery is celebrating its 27th birthday this week with a 3-day long party. The celebration begins with a Throwback Thursday party, complete with 80s and 90s music, retro video games, and beers at their 1988 prices! Head to Pacific Coast Brewing Co. to play free arcade games and drink $3 beers. Party starts at 7pm.
Grown-Up Lego Day
Mountain View Public Library is hosting an adults-only lego hour to help you de-stress on your lunch break. From 12:30-1:30, it’ll be exclusively for adults sharing the company of other adults and their imaginations, and from 1:30-3:30 all ages are welcome.
McCoppin Plaza will be screening Beetlejuice — everyone’s favorite childhood movie — this Thursday at 8pm. The movie is the last in their series of bi-weekly outdoor film screenings, so be sure to layer up and come out for the show!
Local Board Games
Head to Berkeley this Sunday to play some awesome board games. Games of Berkeley is hosting an afternoon of homemade original games by local board game designers, in addition to your classic table-top games. It’s free to play when you head next door to get a bite from the Eats, Beats and Brews festival. Games from 12pm – 6pm
Looking for more details about one of these events? Or maybe you’re looking for something else to do this weekend? Download the app using access code sfbeta and ask a Scout!