This article comes to us courtesy of SF Station.

By Matt Crawford

San Francisco's massive street parties get all the attention, but there are also plenty of smaller neighborhood gatherings with a little more room to breathe.

Artisans and craft markers gather in Kerouac Alley for A Fair to Remember, and Taipei Folk Dance Theater performs at Taiwan in the Garden. Brass Tax brings a bouncy house and dance music to a Golden Gate Park, and it's strictly adult fun at Mischief Burlesque. For Mother's Day, Aquarium of the Bay is hooking up all moms and grandmas with free admission.

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  • Mischief Burlesque

    Hunny Bunny and her Hot Toddies are back with round of burlesque at Skylark Bar to kick off the weekend. <a href="" target="_blank">Friday</a>.

  • Brass Tax Golden Gate Park Party

    Brass Tax, self-proclaimed "World Leaders of Fun" take over a small corner of Golden Gate Park with a bouncy castle, food and good dance music party vibes. <a href="" target="_blank">Saturday</a>.

  • A Fair To Remember

    Everything from bakers to vintage collectors, soap makers, jewelry and print makers cram into North Beach's Kerouac Alley for a micro-festival. <a href="" target="_blank">Sunday</a>.

  • Aquarium Of The Bay

    Aquarium of the Bay celebrates Mother's Day by hosting all moms and grandmas for free. <a href="" target="_blank">Sunday</a>.

  • Taiwan In The Gardens

    Here from Taiwan, the Taipei Folk Dance Theater showcases ethnic culture and aboriginal tribes from Taiwan. <a href="" target="_blank">Sunday</a>.