Good day, San Francisco: June 29

Final performance: The San Francisco Opera’s production of Gluck’s “Iphigenie en Tauride,” featuring mezzo-soprano Susan Graham, closes. [8 p.m., War Memorial Opera House, 301 Van Ness Ave.]

Who’s in town

Stand-up comic, visual artist, and U.S. Paralympics soccer player Josh Blue performs a comedy show. [8 and 10:15 p.m., Cobb’s Comedy Club, 915 Columbus Ave.]

City activities

Presidio celebration: Events include “Fandango VII,” a concert of early-California song and dance. Performers include Coro Hispano de San Francisco. [7 p.m., Presidio Officers’ Club, 50 Moraga Ave., in the Presidio]

Moon river: City Kayak hosts a “Full Moon Kayaking” trip. Participants paddle along the waterfront under the full moon. [6:30 p.m.; leaves from Pier 38; RSVP: (415) 357-1010 or www.citykayak.com]

Literary events

Gene Yang: The author of “American Born Chinese” demonstrates the art of creating the graphic novel. [7 p.m., Books Inc., 601 Van Ness Ave.]

Book-release bash: Party, featuring live music, celebrates Danny Cassidy’s “How the Irish Invented Slang.” [5:30 to 8 p.m., Bird and Beckett Books and Records, 2788 Diamond St.]

Lectures

Felix Schramm: The Germany-based artist, who has an installation on view at SFMoMA, discusses his work. [Noon, SFMoMA, 151 Third St.]

‘Iron Science Teacher’: Teachers compete to concoct a classroom science activity during this offbeat museum event. [Noon, Exploratorium, 3601 Lyon St.]

At the public library

Caring for pets: Program focuses on how to keep pets happy and healthy. [2 p.m., Mission Branch, 300 Bartlett St.]

Hip-hop dance class: Session is designed for teens. Registration is required. [4:30 p.m., Bernal Heights Branch, 500 Cortland Ave.; register: (415) 355-2810]

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