Jump On Tomorrow: @HiddenCash, Levi’s Stadium Opens, Cespedes Shirts, ‘Caturday’ In The Mission, Museums Free For BoA Customers
SAN FRANCISCO (KBCW) — Return of @HiddenCash. Jason Buzi, aka @HiddenCash, the millionaire who stashes money in public places around the Bay Area, then tweets the locations, will be hiding money in Pez dispensers on a San Francisco beach. In an e-mail exchange with KPIX reporter Joe Vazquez, Jason promised to reveal the location to his Twitter followers at 10 a.m. Saturday. He also told Joe that this would be his last drop for some months to come.
Levi’s Stadium opens. Expect extra traffic around Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara Saturday afternoon as fans figure out how to get there via train, bus and automobile. The San Jose Earthquakes will take on the Seattle Sounders at 7:30 p.m. See how it’s all coming together.
Gone but not forgotten. The Oakland A’s are going ahead with a T-shirt giveaway honoring Yoenis Cespedes even though they traded the slugger to the Boston Red Sox earlier this week. Get to O.co park for the game at 1:05 p.m.
Hip to be feline. Are you a hipster? Do you love cats? Then you’ll dig this scene: it’s being called “First Caturday” and it’s all going down in San Francisco’s Mission District (of course) between 2 and 8 p.m. at Dolores Park. More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1508625912685301
Film Night in the Park. Then, around dusk, stay at Dolores Park for a free showing of “Clueless” on a huge outdoor screen.
Free museum weekend. This weekend Bank of America customers can get into one of six Bay Area museums for free just by showing their credit or debit cards. Participating museums include: the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Jose Museum of Art and the Chabot Space and Science Center.