Good Weekend: Sunday, December 9

KPFA Crafts and Music Fair: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; The Concourse Exhibition Center, 635 Eighth St. and Brannan Street. Join together this weekend at KPFA’s 37th annual Crafts and Music Fair, featuring original work by craft makers and artists, a gourmet food pavilion and live local music. After a morning breakfast at the Ferry Building, ride south along Embarcadero’s bike path and turn right on Brannan Street. Continue riding along Brannan Street until you come to the Concourse Exhibition Center at Eighth Street. The fair will feature a wide selection of art including crafts from sustainable artist co-ops around the world. Adult tickets are $10, $7 for people over 65 and those with disabilities, and children under 17 go free. For more information visit www.kpfa.org/craftsfair. Valet bicycle parking will be provided by the SFBC.

Morning partly cloudy, 41 degrees

WHERE TO EAT – Levende Lounge: Sunday is Boogie Woogie Brunch day, featuring live music and chef Arren Caccamo’s brunch menu. Selections include filet mignon and eggs; huevos rancheros; French toast with cornflake crust and ricotta and raspberry stuffing; and create-your-own omelets or scrambles. [11 aa.m. to 3 p.m., 1710 Mission St. (415) 864-5585]

Sugarplum merry: Audience members can don tutus and join in the wackiness at the “Dance-Along Nutcracker” show. This year’s theme: rats. [11 a.m. and 3 p.m., Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission St.]

Made by hand: Asian and Pacific Islander artisans from California and Hawaii take part in the Silver Bells Arts and Crafts Faire. Partial proceeds benefit Kimochi. [10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Hotel Kabuki, 1625 Post St.]

Afternoon partly cloudy, 51 degrees

Football Sunday: Spend the afternoon with the 49ers. It’s S.F. vs. Minnesota today. [1:05 p.m., Monster Park, 602 Jamestown Ave.]

Bill of Rights celebration: The ACLU hosts its 2007 Bill of Rights Day, a celebration of individual freedom. Honorees include Harry Belafonte. [1:30 p.m., Westin St. Francis, 335 Powell St.]

Raising voices and funds: “Cable Car Caroling” includes a tour, food, and a silent auction. The event benefits the Center for Elderly Suicide Prevention and Grief Related Services. [Noon to 5:30 p.m., Green Room, 401 Van Ness Ave.]

Evening partly cloudy, 48 degrees

Wild about Harry: See Deborah Harry, of Blondie fame, in concert. She brings her “Necessary Evil” tour to S.F. tonight. [8 p.m., The Fillmore, 1805 Geary Blvd.]

Sense of balance: The Margaret Jenkins Dance Company presents “Other Suns.” The dance explores symmetry and asymmetry as metaphors for balance and imbalance in life today. [7 p.m., Project Artaud, 450 Florida St.]

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