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Saturday, November 18

Holodomor’s 84th Commemorative Anniversary | SF Main Library
Saturday, November 18 – 2:00 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Main Public Library
Holodomor's 84th Commemorative Anniversary | SF Main Library

The genocidal famine in Ukraine known as the Holodomor (from the Ukrainian holod meaning “hunger, starvation, famine” and moryty meaning “to induce suffering, to kill”) was caused by the cruel actions and policies of the totalitarian Stalinist regime.
To remember the victims and bring public awareness …

Win Tix: Percussive Indie Folk Rock “Rural Alberta Advantage” | Great America Music Hall
Saturday, November 18 – 9:00 pm | Cost: WIN | Great American Music Hall

The Rural Alberta Advantage cut their teeth as one of the best-unsigned indie folk bands in Canada. Since those early days, they’ve made some serious waves, selling out tours and rocking fans all over the world. Their percussive indie folk songs about hometowns and heartbreak …

Sunday, November 19

Win Tix: “K-Fashion Bash” 2017 at the Asian Art Museum | SF

It’s a day of fashion and fun for kids, families and young adults in celebration of Couture Korea, the Asian Art Museum’s brand new exhibition on view. Meet local designers, stylists, and trendsetters.

> Get Tickets – $15 (Adults) / $10 (Youth, Seniors & Students) / …

“First Second Books: A Graphic Revolution” Exhibition Opening | SF Main Library
Sunday, November 19 – 1:00 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Main Public Library

Join them when Andrew Farago, director of the Cartoon Art Museum and Mark Siegel, editorial and creative director of First Second Books, discuss the exhibit First Second Books: A Graphic Revolution. In connection with the exhibit First Second Books: A Graphic Revolution. Main Library, …

“First Second Books: A Graphic Revolution” Exhibition Opening | SF Main Library
Sunday, November 19 – 1:00 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Main Public Library

Join them when Andrew Farago, director of the Cartoon Art Museum and Mark Siegel, editorial and creative director of First Second Books, discuss the exhibit First Second Books: A Graphic Revolution. In connection with the exhibit First Second Books: A Graphic Revolution. Main Library, Jewett …

Tuesday, November 21

“Art, Gender & Biology & Your Body” Duo Discussion | SF
Tuesday, November 21 – 7:00 pm | Cost: FREE | SFAC Main Gallery

SFAC Galleries in partnership with KADIST, is pleased to bring together two exceptional thinkers—A.K. Burns and Mel Y. Chen—in an expansive conversation exploring art, gender, biology, and the constructs that frame and shape ideas on the body.

Tuesday, November 28

Astrology & Your Health with Diane Cramer | SF Main Library
Tuesday, November 28 – 5:30 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Main Public Library
Astrology & Your Health with Diane Cramer | SF Main Library

Astrologer Diane Cramer, MS, NCGR PAA, author of four books on medical astrology, speaks about how astrology can be a tool for greater self-knowledge and self-healing.
Find out about astrological techniques that can help you to hone in on strengths and weaknesses in your body. Discover …

Girls of the Golden West by San Francisco Opera | SF Main Library
Tuesday, November 28 – 6:00 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Main Public Library
Girls of the Golden West by San Francisco Opera | SF Main Library

Join them for a free, public discussion and performance presented by the San Francisco Opera about Dame Shirley, whose book, The Shirley Letters, inspired this season’s opera premiere, Girls of the Golden West. The discussion will feature cast members of the SFOpera along with scholars …

Wednesday, November 29

Asian Art Museum’s 1st Ever “Holiday Artisan Market” | SF
Asian Art Museum's 1st Ever

The Asian Art Museum is launching their first-ever holiday market on Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017 in a day-to-night (open til 8PM) festival for their members, our creative community, and for those who just love to keep it local. It will be open to public – open late, …

Friday, December 1

Rotunda Dance Series: Nicaragua Danza, Hijos del Maíz | SF City Hall
Friday, December 1 – 12:00 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco City Hall
Rotunda Dance Series: Nicaragua Danza, Hijos del Maíz | SF City Hall

In the culminating performance of the 2017 season of the Rotunda Dance Series, Nicaragua Danza, Hijos del Maíz presents dances from the Pacific and Atlantic coasts of Nicaragua. A set of marimba dances will be performed in celebration of the city of Masaya, known as …

Saturday, December 2

6th Annual San Francisco Veterans Film Festival | SF Main Library
Saturday, December 2 – All Day | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Main Public Library
6th Annual San Francisco Veterans Film Festival | SF Main Library

Please join the 6th Annual San Francisco Film Festival sponsored by OneVet OneVoice and the American Legion Post 505 in partnership with the San Francisco Public Library. San Francisco Veterans Film Festival is a robust forum for Veterans and civilian filmmakers to express their creativity ...

Sunday, December 3

6th Annual San Francisco Veterans Film Festival | SF Main Library
Sunday, December 3 – All Day | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Main Public Library
6th Annual San Francisco Veterans Film Festival | SF Main Library

Please join the 6th Annual San Francisco Film Festival sponsored by OneVet OneVoice and the American Legion Post 505 in partnership with the San Francisco Public Library. San Francisco Veterans Film Festival is a robust forum for Veterans and civilian filmmakers to express their creativity ...

Monday, December 4

San Francisco City Hall “World Tree of Hope” Lighting Ceremony | 2017
Monday, December 4 – 6:00 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco City Hall
San Francisco City Hall

Come celebrate Christmas in San Francisco City Hall with Mayor Ed Lee and the Annual World Tree of Hope Celebration.
The Rainbow World Fund’s World Tree of Hope is a holiday tree in the Rotunda of San Francisco City Hall decorated with thousands of origami cranes, each …

Wednesday, December 13

State-of-the-Art Green Building Tour | SF Public Utilities Office
State-of-the-Art Green Building Tour | SF Public Utilities Office

Take a guided tour of one of the nation’s greenest office buildings – the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Headquarters (SFPUC), at 2 pm on every second Wednesday of the month. Free, but an RSVP is required. Limited to maximum of 20 guests. Arrive 15 minutes prior to tour ...

Win Tix: The Barr Brothers: Americana, Blues & Rock | Great American Music Hall
Wednesday, December 13 – 8:00 pm | Cost: WIN | Great American Music Hall

The Barr Brothers are siblings Brad and Andrew Barr and Montreal-based experimental harpist Sarah Pagé. NPR characterized The Barr Brothers as “a very smart, modestly eclectic rock band with touches of Americana, blues and rock,” when the trio performed on that network’s World Café show.
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Wednesday, January 10

State-of-the-Art Green Building Tour | SF Public Utilities Office
State-of-the-Art Green Building Tour | SF Public Utilities Office

Take a guided tour of one of the nation’s greenest office buildings – the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Headquarters (SFPUC), at 2 pm on every second Wednesday of the month. Free, but an RSVP is required. Limited to maximum of 20 guests. Arrive 15 minutes prior to tour ...

Saturday, January 13

Win Tix: John Brothers Piano Company | Great American Music Hall
Saturday, January 13 – 9:00 pm | Cost: WIN | Great American Music Hall

The John Brothers Piano Company are John Thatcher Boomer (piano, clarinet), Arlo Perlstein (piano, trumpet), Jimi Marks (drums, piano) and Dustin Smurthwaite (bass, trombone). That’s a lot of piano. And let’s not forget the fifth member of the Company: The Audience (described on the band’s …