SFist already mentioned the sure-to-be-popular All You Can Dance For $5 event happening at LINES Dance Center tomorrow. Here are five more of our top weekend picks, along with a lovely gallery.

White Elephant Preview Sale: Oakland Museum's huge annual White Elephant Sale is coming up on March 3rd and 4th, but this Sunday from 10 to 4 p.m., you have the chance to get first dibs on some fabulous items, including several vintage silk wedding gowns, gallery quality prints, musical instruments, books, sports memorabilia, and anything else you can imagine. Check out their gallery of stuff that will be on sale tomorrow.

From A to Zin: For those who might not have been able to afford the Zinfandel Festival's other more high-brow events that were happening this week, perhaps this fun afternoon tasting event on Saturday is more your speed ($49-60). Touted as "the world’s largest single varietal tasting," you'll get to sample from hundreds of barrel samples, new releases and premier Zinfandels, as well as rub shoulders with winemakers from each of the Zinfandel growing regions.

San Francisco Civic Symphony: Have a seat in the lovely Empire Ballroom at Sir Francis Drake Hotel on Sunday afternoon, while enjoying a free concert by the oldest community orchestra on the West Coast, which consists of musicians of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels. Sunday's show will feature selections by Mozart Strauss, and Beethoven.

'Acknowledged' Photography Exhibit: Photographer Joe Ramos will share 55 portraits out of the 1,000-plus he's taken so far as a volunteer portrait photographer for Project Homeless Connect, giving "a personal face to homelessness and a voice to the people depicted in the photographs." The exhibit opens on Saturday morning at the main library and runs through March 24th.

Surfrider Clean Up: Help clean up Baker Beach on Saturday morning with the folks at Surfrider. House of Bagels will be donating some bagels and cream cheese to fuel your efforts. Participants are encouraged to bring their own gloves, grabbers, or buckets.