FOOD: After a full year of being woefully out of commission, forageSF's Underground Market returns with a Kickstarter celebration, featuring a line-up of favorites who got their starts at the market and have since gained success. Proceeds from the event will top off forageSF's Kickstarter campaign, which will fund their forthcoming food community incubator, Forage Kitchen. (5 to 10 p.m., Public Works, 161 Erie Street)

CLUB: Club Leisure presents a DJ set by Smiths legend, Andy Rourke, whose contribution to The Smiths' The Queen Is Dead LP Johnny Marr claims was "something no other bass player could match". Popscene DJs Aaron Axelsen and Omar will also be on the decks throughout the night. (10 p.m., Rickshaw Stop, 155 Fell Street)

FILM: Oakland's Compound Gallery & Studios presents a screening of the documentary, Herb & Dorothy, which tells the story of avid art collectors, Herb Vogel and his wife Dorothy — a postal clerk and a librarian — who amassed a staggering collection of over 4,000 important works by unknown 1960s-era minimalist and conceptual artists (later valued at several million dollars) before donating their collection to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. (9 p.m., 1167 65th Street, Oakland)