Good Weekend:Saturday, November 24

On San Francisco City Guides’ Pacific Heights Mansions Walk, stroll past palatial mansions and consulates in Pacific Heights. Learn about the Victorian lifestyle and 1906 earthquake refugees. Offered every Saturday at 11 a.m. and the third Tuesday of each month at 11 a.m. Meet in Alta Plaza Park, atop the stairs at Pierce and Clay streets. [See www.sfcityguides.org or call (415) 557-4266 for more information]

Morning: Sunny, 52 degrees

Made by hand: For an alternative to mass-produced goods, visit the Celebration of Craftswomen. Items handmade by more than 150 female artisans are for sale. [10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Herbst Pavilion, Fort Mason]

Fungi business: The Ferry Building Fungus Festival celebrates culinary mushrooms with mushroom displays, cooking demos and tastings. Proceeds benefit the S.F. Mycological Society. [10 a.m., Ferry Building]

Afternoon: Sunny, 62 degrees

Eat at Tangerine: Chef Sean Pattanasuvoranun’s Thanksgiving-weekend brunch special is grilled salmon with ginger and caper sauce. The salmon is served with an onion glaze over crispy potato cakes. It’s “definitely a recipe to be thankful for,” co-owner Peter Goss says. [10 a.m. to 3 p.m., 16th and Sanchez streets, (415) 626-1700]

Hop to it: “The Velveteen Rabbit” is back. The holiday story involves a bond between a boy and a rabbit, and the enduring power of love. [2 p.m., Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 700 Howard Street]

Skate date: Go ice skating at the Embarcadero Center Holiday Ice Rink. It’s open through the holiday season. [10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., Justin Herman Plaza, 1 Market Street]

Evening: Partly cloudy, 58 degrees

Modern life: The Magic Theatre presents “The Crowd You’re InWith.” Playwright Rebecca Gilman looks at modern families, friendships and love in this world-premiere production. [8 p.m., Magic Theatre, Fort Mason Center]

Holliday time: Concert options include a performance by Jennifer Holliday. The Tony-winning “Dreamgirls” performer and recording artist is in town with her 11-piece band. [8 p.m., Herbst Theatre, 401 Van Ness Avenue.]

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