The weather's going from balmy and perfect to windy and rainy by Saturday, so keep that in mind as you consider your upcoming plans. But do get off the internet at some point, friends.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18
SUNSET YOGA OUTDOORS: It'll be pretty warm out by Fort Mason tonight so join Setahrae Javanbakht for this special sunset flow class, which is open to all levels. Bring your own mat and gear, and there will be music, but space is limited. For more outdoor yoga events, including some at the beach, see the schedule here. Fort Mason Park, 6:15 p.m., $12
MUSICAL ABOUT YOUNG LOVE: Opening this week at ACT is The Last Five Years, an intimate musical by Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown about two young lovers in New York trying to make it in creative fields. The show had a concert performance at ACT last year, and now the full production arrives, which Vulture.com called "a relentlessly revealing gem of a show." ACT's Geary Theater, 415 Geary Street, 8 p.m. $25-$115, find tickets here.
THURSDAY, MAY 19
ENNEAGRAM-BASED COMMUNICATION SEMINAR: Do you know your Enneagram personality type? There are nine of them, and if you don't know, you can check out this explainer/test and figure out which yours may be. This discussion at the SF Wellness & Arts Pop-Up will seek to help you communicate better with others by hearing and understanding these types. 1500 Market Street, 7 p.m., $10-$20 sliding scale.
ACTIVISM TRAINING: In conjunction with the cool exhibit "Take This Hammer: Art + Media Activism" currently at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, there's a class Thursday evening that will cover everything from protest tactics to making your own wheat paste for poster campaigns. There will be eight different interactive workshops, all in the museum lobby. YBCA, 701 Mission Street, 6 p.m. Free
DRAG JAZZERCIZE: Sexitude is a roving, 80's themed, get-dressed-up-and-have-fun workout series, but this is Sexitude PM - ALL THAT JAZZERCISE, a Fosse-inspired dance workout class featuring guest instructors Fauxnique and Gia. Bear in mind this is at 9 p.m. and alcohol will be served, but you're still encouraged to work a look and participate. Oasis, 298 11th Street at Folsom, 9 p.m. $10
FRIDAY, MAY 20
MUSEUM TOUR AND TALK: Take an extended lunch break at the new SFMOMA on this first in a Friday series called 50 Artists, in which local artists and creative professionals tour you through specific parts of the museum collection to discuss how a particular icon of contemporary and modern art influenced them. This week's focus is Ellsworth Kelly, for whom the museum now has devoted three galleries amounting to a mini-retrospective, and it's being led by curator Sarah Roberts. SFMOMA, 151 Third Street, Floor 4, Ellsworth Kelly Galleries, starting at noon. Free with museum admission.
MAKER FAIRE: Once again, the Maker movement's main event, billed as "a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness," comes to the Bay Area. The special preview day Friday requires a special ticket, but otherwise you can get weekend passes for Saturday and Sunday starting at $65, $45 for students, or single-day passes for $35 in advance, $25 for students. Last year's fair had 1,200 makers featured and 145,000 attendees. San Mateo Event Center, 1346 Saratoga Drive, San Mateo. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday
SATURDAY, MAY 21
SKATE FILM: Adidas is sponsoring this world premiere, feature-length skateboarding film Away Days, shot over three years in 22 different cities. It's having special screenings worldwide, and comes to the Castro tonight for one night only. See the full trailer here, and note that free tickets can be found at select local skate shops. Castro Theatre, 429 Castro Street, 8 p.m., doors at 7. Free
CORPORATE COMEDY: Local writer and performer Julie Katz brings her one-woman show Grey Matter to the Marsh (it's playing all weekend, and through June 4), in which she lampoons corporate drone life via both male and female characters including "your IT team member, your legal counsel, the new guy, that woman from marketing," and others. The Marsh, 1062 Valencia Street, 8:30 p.m. $20-$35 sliding scale
SUNDAY, MAY 22
FOOD FEST FEATURING PORK AND BOOZE: Swig 'n' Swine, a gorge-yourself-for-charity event put on in part by the Trick Dog people, is happening all afternoon at the SoMa StrEat Food Park, and admission gets you all the cocktails and porky goodness you can handle. Proceeds go to help a local charter school. SoMa StrEat Food Park, 428 11th Street, noon. $50.
REMEMBERING HARVEY MILK: Been intrigued about the recent When We Rise shoot but don't know much about local LGBT history? Well, in honor of what would have been one-time supervisor Harvey Milk's 86th birthday, the Castro Theatre is screening the 1984 Oscar-winning documentary "The Times of Harvey Milk," and it'll teach you a few things. There's also a VIP brunch reception beforehand, and there'll be a talk before the screening Castro Theatre, 429 Castro Street, 3 p.m. $12
DANCE PARTY IN THE PARK: The All Day I Dream people are doing All Day I Dream In The Park with DJ Lee Burridge in Hellman Hollow in Golden Gate Park, and it looks like a lot of tickets have sold already. It'll be Burner-friendly to be sure, and there is free water so you don't get dehydrated. Picnics are encouraged, but there will be food trucks, as well as bars and a beer garden. Hellman Hollow, Golden Gate Park, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. $45. Tickets here.
MONDAY, MAY 23
DESERT-BASED SHORT STORY READING: The interlinked, California-set stories in author Chris McCormick's The Desert Boys tell the story of Daley Kushner, and his coming out and growing up as a gay boy in the Mojave Desert, and ultimately moving to San Francisco. Other stories focus on Kushner's immigrant mother, an alfafa farmer at the edge of town, and a black politician who once served as his school’s Confederate mascot. He'll be reading and signing books at the Ferry Building. Book Passage, 1 Ferry Building, 6 p.m., Free