A December to remember.
Rich Kid Cool
What: Two former Yelp bigwigs launch their line of limited-edition tees (with more designs to come) with breakfast drinks from Rye on the Road and Deli Board sandwich bites.
Why: The first nineteen guests get shirts on the house.
When: Sat., 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: The Common, 1077 Mission St., b/t 6th & 7th Sts. Space is limited; the first 30 readers to R.S.V.P. to firstname.lastname@example.org with DailyCandy in the subject line will be admitted with a guest (after receiving confirmation).
General Store’s Anniversary
What: The Outer Sunset’s hidden treasure for new and vintage goods marks its first year in biz with lemonade, beer, banh mi, and performances by Sonny (of Sonny & the Sunsets), Ruben Diaz & The Objects, and Also.
Why: Kill two birds and snag a gift for the designophile on your list.
When: Sat., 4-8 p.m.
Where: 4035 Judah St., b/t 45th & 46th Sts. (415-682-0600).
Hand & Table
What: Get first dibs on quirky vintage decor from the locally based Etsy shop at the launch of its holiday pop-up at Revolver.
Why: One-of-a-kind finds with minimal effort.
When: Thru Jan. 7. Daily, noon-8 p.m.; opening party, Thurs., 6-9 p.m.
Where: 136 Fillmore St., at Waller St. (415-871-0665).
What: AT&T Park is transformed into a giant, family-friendly fundraiser, complete with karaoke, a Guitar Hero booth, sports celebs (Brandi Chastain, Andres Torres), and more.
Why: Beneficiaries include Junior Giants Baseball, the Always Dream Foundation, Raphael House, Ronald McDonald House of San Francisco, and the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center.
When: Tues., 5:30-8 p.m.
Where: 24 Willie Mays Plz., at The Embarcadero (650-321-4142). Tickets ($195 and up) online at acteva.com.
Holiday Gift Ideas for Kids
What: It’s that time of year when kiddos (and those at heart) dream of shiny new balance bikes, mind-bending puzzles, and sparkling shoes.
Why: They still believe.
When: Before all the good stuff is gone.
Where: Online at dailycandy.com.
RitLab: After-Work DIY Art-Making
What: Spend the second night of Hanukkah trying to top national dreidel-spinning champion Johnny Hei’z’s record, then design your own minitote to carry home your trophy.
Why: Artisanal chocolate-making demos and gratis fair trade Hanukkah gelt.
When: Thurs., 6-8 p.m.
Where: Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission St., b/t 3rd & 4th Sts. (415-655-7800).
Photo: Courtesy of Rich Kid Cool