Places to go, people to see

Jin, The Emcee will be at Saturday’s Asian Heritage Street Celebration. He’ll be joined by Native Elements, Dee Jae Pa’est, Rex Navarrete, DJ Mike “Nice” Tao, ToneDef, JayPlus, Enoch, Gary Anthony Palomo, Those Kids, Khemarin Dance Group, The Poongmul Madang Nodootdol, Ong Dance Company, Pambuan Arnis and Youth Speaks. The event runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Howard Street between Fifth and Seventh streets. Visit www.asianfairsf.com.

COMING TO A PARK NEAR YOU

Film Night in the Park, a series that screens classic and popular films in Bay Area parks, opens its 2007 season with a presentation of “The Graduate.” Upcoming attractions include “Hairspray,” “Casablanca,” “Annie Hall,” “8½,” and “Sunset Boulevard.” “The Graduate” screens at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday at Washington Square Park, Union and Stockton streets, San Francisco. Suggested admission is $3 to $6. Call (415) 453-4333 or visit www.filmnight.org.

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