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Sunday, February 25

Walking Tour of the Palms | SF
Sunday, February 25 – 10:00 am | Cost: FREE*
*Free admission for SF Residents, otherwise $8 for non-residents
| San Francisco Botanical Garden
Walking Tour of the Palms | SF
Submitted by the Event Organizer Friends of the Urban Forest invites you on a two-hour walking tour of the palm “trees” of the San Francisco Botanical Garden, led by palm expert Jason Dewees, author of Designing with Palms. Did you know palms are more closely related ...
Noodle Mania Zine Release & Art Party: Draw, Craft and Live Music | Mission District
Sunday, February 25 – 2:00 pm | Cost: FREE | Eric Quezada Center
Noodle Mania Zine Release & Art Party: Draw, Craft and Live Music | Mission District
Make a zine, share a true story, and eat noodles. Noodle Mania is a DIY audio documentary art project that provides a forum in print, online, and in person for people to share true stories about their lives and practice artmaking. People who don’t consider themselves ...

Cinema at Copia: “Shrek” Film Screening | Napa
Sunday, February 25 – 3:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Free Tickets available for pick up on the day of the screening.
| CIA at Copia
Cinema at Copia:
Submitted by the Event Organizer This February, we’ll be starting our weekly film screenings. We’ll be screening an eclectic selection of some of our favorite Oscar winners and nominees from years past. Join us as we feature the DreamWorks film, “Shrek.” Tickets are Free and will be ...

Wednesday, February 28

Before Harlem Book Discussion | Oakland
Wednesday, February 28 – 6:00 pm | Cost: FREE | The Octopus Literary Salon
Before Harlem Book Discussion | Oakland
Submitted by the Event Organizer Professor of African-American Literature at Mills College Dr. Ajuan Mance discusses nearly-lost works by Black authors in the United States prior to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s. Come hear voices from the past as we celebrate Black History Month.

Friday, March 2

Soprano Master Class: Patricia Racette | SF
Friday, March 2 – 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Soprano Master Class: Patricia Racette | SF
Submitted by the Event Organizer Patricia Racette soprano, known as one of the great singing actresses of our time, soprano Patricia Racette continues to share her artistry with audiences around the world. Notes the Huffington Post, “In this moment, Patricia Racette commands the stage with an authority ...
“Barfly” A Group Art Show | Alameda
Friday, March 2 – 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE | Studio 23
Submitted by the Event Organizer We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us. -Charles Bukowski Studio 23 features bay area artist’s in Barfly A Group Art Show in Alameda. The show will be held ...
MACLA Presents “Charged Particles” An Afro Latin Jazz Music | San Jose
Friday, March 2 – 8:00 pm | Cost: FREE | MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana
MACLA Presents
Submitted by the Event Organizer Charged Particles features the Bay Area’s favorite Afro-Latin jazz keyboardist Murray Low, along with the inventive acoustic and electric bassist Aaron German, and fiery drummer Jon Krosnick (who performed recently with Chick Corea). Their blend of funky Afro-Latin jazz includes original compositions ...

Saturday, March 3

Sports Equipment Swap | Albany
Saturday, March 3 – 9:30 am | Cost: FREE | Albany Community Center
Sports Equipment Swap | Albany
Submitted by the Event Organizer Instead of purchasing new shin guards or a baseball glove this year, participate in the Albany Sports Equipment Swap . Bring your gently used sports paraphernalia that you no longer use and exchange them for items that fit your needs for ...

Monday, March 5

Classical Guitar Recital Featuring “Judicaël Perroy” | SF
Monday, March 5 – 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Classical Guitar Recital Featuring
Submitted by the Event Organizer Judicaël Perroy has become widely known as an extraordinary virtuoso classical guitarist and musician with several prizes to his credit. In 1997 he captured the prestigious first prize of the 15th Guitar Foundation of America International Competition and Convention awarding him ...

Thursday, March 8

“The Endless Summer” Book Discussion | Green Apple Books
Thursday, March 8 – 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE | Green Apple Books on the Park
Submitted by the Event Organizer Join Madame Nielsen in the book discussion of their new novel, ‘The Endless Summer’. Sponsored by The Center for the Art of Translation. About The Endless Summer: A passionate love story about a Danish woman and a much younger Portuguese artist, The Endless ...

Friday, March 9

Eliot Fisk: Guitar Master Class-Early Music & Contemporary Works | SF
Friday, March 9 – 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Eliot Fisk: Guitar Master Class-Early Music & Contemporary Works | SF
Submitted by the Event Organizer Eliot Fisk has been included in the pantheon of great guitarists practically since his arrival on the scene. At home with both early music, standard repertoire, and contemporary works.

Saturday, March 10

Wildcat Marsh and Landfill Loop Citizen Science BioBlitz | Richmond
Saturday, March 10 – 8:30 am | Cost: FREE | Wildcat Marsh Loop Trail
Wildcat Marsh and Landfill Loop Citizen Science BioBlitz | Richmond
Submitted by the Event Organizer Join us for a fun half day citizen science BioBlitz on the Wildcat Marsh Loop Trail in Richmond, CA. Get ready to enjoy being a citizen scientist through simple observation and photo documentation. A BioBlitz is an event that focuses on finding ...
SFCM Presents: Baroque Opera “Rodelinda” | SF
Saturday, March 10 – 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Free. But RSVP required.
| San Francisco Conservatory of Music
SFCM Presents: Baroque Opera
Submitted by the Event Organizer San Francisco Conservatory of Music’s Baroque Ensemble presents Handel’s Rodelinda. Concert version of Handel’s 1725 operatic masterpiece performed by Baroque ensemble voice and instrumental students.

Sunday, March 11

15% Off: “Worlds Fair Nano” Technology Fair | Pier 48
Sunday, March 11 – All Day | Cost: $46.75 | Pier 48
15% Off:
If Disney World, TED, and SXSW had an equal parts love child, it’d be named Worlds Fair Nano. A two-day technology fair that aims to connect you to the future. There are interactive technology demos, futurist talks, future food, and more. Use code FUNCHEAP for exclusive 15% ...

Tuesday, March 13

“Found Life” Book Discussion | Green Apple Books
Tuesday, March 13 – 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE | Green Apple Books on the Park
Submitted by the Event Organizer Linor Goralik discusses her new book, Found Life: Poems, Stories, Comics, a Play, and an Interview a part of Columbia’s Russian Library series. About Found Life One of the first Russian writers to make a name for herself on the Internet, Linor Goralik ...

Friday, March 16

Tiny Garage Concert Night | Emeryville
Friday, March 16 – 7:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*$5 Suggested Donation
| Boonation Custom Cycles
Tiny Garage Concert Night | Emeryville

Boonation Custom Cycles hosts a monthly Tiny Garage Concert Series. This is a community event, catered towards lovers of neighborhood fun. Tiny Garage Concerts Every 3rd Friday | 7 pm Boonation Custom Cycles, 5656 Genoa St, Emeryville FREE with a $5 suggested donation They’ve created ...

Saturday, March 17

Caffeine & Comedy at Red Rock | Mountain View
Saturday, March 17 – 8:00 pm | Cost: FREE | Red Rock Coffee
Caffeine & Comedy at Red Rock | Mountain View

Join Kevin Wong, host and Bay Area comic, for Comedians at Red Rock. Come out, get caffeinated, and be entertained. Performers have appeared at the Punch Line, Cobbs, San Jose Improv, Tommy T’s, and all around the Bay Area. Stop by every third Saturday for the ...

Tuesday, April 10

“Look Big” Book Release | Green Apple Books
Tuesday, April 10 – 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE | Green Apple Books on the Park
Submitted by the Event Organizer Rachel Levin celebrates the release of her new book Look Big: And Other Tips for Surviving Animal Encounters of All Kinds. About Look Big A humorous and helpful illustrated field guide to avoiding interactions–both dangerous and annoying–with 50 wild animals, including survival techniques, ...