BARTable This Weekend: Nov. 9-11

 
It might not quite feel like winter yet, but that’s not stopping our local ice rinks on both sides of the Bay from opening this week. Not into the whole ice-skating-with-palm-trees-in-the-background thing? Grab some super special Southeast Asian street food from Sup! on Friday or see a list of restaurants that honor veterans with deals and discounts on Sunday.
 
Friday BARTable This Weekend by BART
Photo courtesy of Sup! Street Food’s Instagram.
 
Sup! Street Food will be posted up in front of the Ashby Stage on November 9. Enjoy yummy street food out front, and stick around for the show inside ("Women Laughing Alone with Salad" by Sheila Callaghan. Sup! will be cooking up from 5:30-8pm. Take BART to Ashby and walk four minutes to the Ashby Stage.
 
Walnut Creek on Ice at Walnut Creek
Walnut Creek on Ice returns for its 14th season on Nov. 9, and is open Monday through Thursday noon to 8pm, Friday noon to 11pm, Saturday 11am to 11pm and Sunday 11am to 8pm. Take BART to Walnut Creek and catch County Connection Route 4, affectionately known to locals as the “Free Ride Trolley.” Yes, the trolley ride is free and drops you off right at the rink.
 
Saturday BARTable This Weekend by BART
Photo courtesy of Resonate Agency.
 
Every weekend from this one until Jan. 20, the Holiday Ice Rink in Union Square will be offering free lessons every Saturday and Sunday morning from 8:30-9:30am. Signups are limited, to be sure to RSVP. If you’re already a champion ice skater, the rink will have regular hours from 10am to 11:30pm. Take BART to Powell St and walk seven minutes to Union Square.
 
Crazy for You at Powell St
"Crazy for You" — winner of the Tony and Olivier awards for Best Musical — has wowed audiences on Broadway, the West End and around the world, reclaiming Gershwin songs into a book musical. Bay Area Musicals is providing an intimate version of the large scale musical, featuring the original Tony-winning choreography of Susan Stroman. See the zany rich-boy-meets-hometown-girl romantic comedy come to life on stage. Tickets range from $20-$100 and can be bought online. Take BART to Powell St and walk 12 minutes to Alcazar Theatre.
 
Give your young ones the holiday treat they deserve by taking them to a Christmas show at Bay Area Children’s Theatre. This one will include colorful giant puppets in a new production inspired by Eric Carle’s beloved stories, including Dream Show, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Along with The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Recommended for ages 3 to 8. Tickets range from $24-$28 and can be bought online. Take BART to Powell St and walk nine minutes to the Children’s Creativity Museum.
 
Sunday BARTable This Weekend by BART
Photo courtesy of Inverse.
 
The Raiders are looking to stop the Chargers winning streak with a win of their own at Coliseum. Catch the big rivalry at 1:05pm. Ride BART to Coliseum and walk five minutes across the pedestrian foot bridge.
 
Are you a veteran or know someone who served their country? Celebrate the contributions of veterans with some great deals and giveaways taking place throughout the Bay Area on Veterans Day with Military ID. Our friends at SF Funcheap have the full list

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