Presidio Officers’ Club
Friday, March 24
Called “fiercely gifted” and “as tenacious and committed an advocate as any composer could dream of,” Sara Cahill has commissioned, premiered and recorded numerous compositions for solo piano.
Kate Stenberg’s violin playing has been described by as “highly virtuosic and deeply communicative…full of character and presence.” …
Saturday, March 25
Start Your Engines. In May they are celebrating the many ways people travelled to and from the Presidio. Whether it was on Lincoln, Arguello, or Lombard, many people arrived at the Presidio by car. Come create your own car to drive through the Presidio.
Thursday, March 30
Historian Susan D. Anderson will speak and present documents and images about the surprising chapter in California’s early history, the struggle over slavery. Admitted into the United States as a free state, California’s legislature passed a Fugitive Slave Act in 1852, and was a site …
Friday, March 31
In the intimate atmosphere of a house concert, experience jazz, contemporary, and classical music, and enjoy opportunities to converse with performers and each other.
The people that will be performing are Hitomi Oba on the saxophone; Nick DePinna, trombone; Jon Jang, piano; Gary Brown, double bass …
Saturday, April 1
During World War II, the Presidio of San Francisco – the Army’s Western Defense Command – played a pivotal role in the unjust incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans, purportedly in the name of national security. This special exhibition marks 75 years since Lieutenant General John …
Wednesday, April 5
Hop on the Presidio Trust’s monthly free guided shuttle tour which introduces visitors to the park’s historic areas, wild open spaces, and hidden nooks with an emphasis on projects that are shaping the Presidio today. Free, but an RSVP is required. Call (415) 561-2793 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Space ...
Thursday, April 6
In October 1995, more than 100 environmental professionals convened for three days at the Presidio to imagine a future for the nation’s most unique national park. The document that emerged was Voyage to Sustainability: The Greening of the Presidio. Now more than 20 years later, …
Friday, April 7
Sylvestris Quartet is the exciting new presence on the Bay Area’s bustling early music scene.They have performed historically informed programs of Mozart, Haydn and others through Marin Baroque and the Berkeley Early Music Festival Fringe. Their members are
Anna Washburn and Tyler Lewis on the violin
Saturday, April 8
This weekend they are celebrating Samuel Morse’s birthday. The Army communicated through Morse code during the 1906 earthquake. Learn how to send your own message by making some Morse code jewelry.
Free but an RSVP is preferred.
Thursday, April 13
Through a delightful cooking demonstration of her seasonal favorites, Chef Traci Des Jardins shares how to use all of spring’s wonderful bounty in your kitchen at home.
A native of Northern California, Traci Des Jardins has six restaurants in San Francisco, including three at the Presidio, …