July 12: Shoreline, sand, and other S.F. activities

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On the town

Beat goes on: “Resonate” at Public Works features headliners Jeremy Ellis, Teeko and Comma, along with resident DJs and beatmakers. [10 p.m., 161 Erie St., S.F.]


A great cruise

Lake lounger: Have a boat-deck picnic with friends. Don your Gilligan hat for a few hours of flotation fun on Del Valle Regional Park's namesake lake. The newest vessel to hit Del Valle's water is the deluxe Suncruiser, with leather seats, an overhead canopy, CD player and plenty of lounge space. Bordered by the Ohlone Wilderness — that's 9,737 acres of golden, oak-drenched hills — you'll be perfectly content floating past 16 miles of shoreline and two sandy beaches. [Visit WeekendSherpa.com to find out more about getting outdoors in Northern California]

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market top picks

• Olallieerries

• Blueberries

• Cabbage

• Dakota Crisp potatoes

• Fresh butter

• Lemon basil

• Mint

• Radishes

• Walla Walla onions

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Beer festival: Attendees can sample beers from 50 breweries at the 2013 Breastfest, which benefits Charlotte Maxwell Complementary Clinic. Food and music complete the event. [2 to 6 p.m.,Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason, Marina Boulevard and Buchanan Street, S.F.]


Outdoor movie: Film Night in the Park comes to Union Square. Feature attraction: Woody Allen's “Vicky Cristina Barcelona.” [8 p.m., 333 Post St., S.F.]


Family day: The Museum of Craft and Design hosts a family day. Events include a “Design a Chair” workshop held in conjunction with the exhibit “Good Design: Stories From Herman Miller.” [1 to 4 p.m., 2569 Third St., S.F.]

Literary arts

Author appearance: Novelist Timothy Jay Smith reads from “A Vision of Angels,” a work of fiction set amid the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. [7 p.m., Modern Times Bookstore, 2919 24th St., S.F.]


Plant sale: The San Francisco Botanical Garden hosts its July plant sale. Featured flora: salvias, shrubs and fuchsias. [10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 1199 Ninth Ave., Golden Gate Park, S.F.]


Stand-up show: Comedian John Mulaney, seen on “Saturday Light Live,” “Best Week Ever” and “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,” performs. [7:30 and 9:45 p.m., Cobb's Comedy Club, 915 Columbus Ave., S.F.]


A great bike ride

Bicycle education class: Get comfortable riding in The City by attending a free course on Sunday presented by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Learn the rules of the road, best routes for riding and how to properly lock your bike. [Noon to 4 p.m., South Beach Harbor Room, Pier 40, S.F.; RSVP: sfbike.org/education]


Stern Grove: The Stern Grove Festival welcomes the Kronos Quartet. The new-music string ensemble is scheduled to world-premiere a composition by Amon Tobin. [2 p.m., Sigmund Stern Grove, Sloat Boulevard and 19th Avenue, S.F.]

Bach concert: American Bach Soloists perform Bach's “Mass in B Minor,” widely regarded as one of classical music's greatest achievements. Jeffrey Thomas conducts. [8 p.m., San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 50 Oak St., S.F.]


Food soiree: The Center for Urban Education and Sustainable Agriculture's Summer Celebration features tasting areas saluting six food families — grains and berries among them. Star chefs and bartenders take part. [6 p.m., Ferry Building, S.F.]

Clay and glass: Both fine art and functional pieces are for sale at the Palo Alto Clay and Glass Festival. About 175 juried artists display their work. [10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Palo Alto Art Center, 1313 Newell Road, Palo Alto]


Free speech: In conjunction with its exhibit of Allen Ginsberg photographs, the Contemporary Jewish Museum hosts a discussion titled “Howl Legacy: The Continuing Battle for Free Expression.” [3 p.m., 736 Mission St., S.F.]

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