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Events for January 6, 2021

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Wednesday, January 6

Free Admission Hour “Japanese Tea Garden” at GG Park

Still Open / SHELTER IN PLACE UPDATE: 12/7/20 –  Outdoor gardens are specifically allowed and exempt from closures in the Shelter-in-Place order from December 6 to January 4. “Outdoor botanical gardens and historic sites may remain open” – We confirmed with the SF’s parks department ...Every Wednesday

“Trump Lost. Fascists Get Out” Car Caravan Protest
Wednesday, January 6 – 3:00 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco City Hall
Join Refuse Fascism in San Francisco for a car caravan. Gather at City Hall, Polk Street side, to “decorate” cars with signs, provided, or bring your own. https://actionnetwork.org/…/car-caravan-trump-lost…/ We will caravan thru the Castro and Mission districts. In DC and everywhere, we are breaking the silence and spreading ...

Vigil to Remember Hana and Elizabeth
Wednesday, January 6 – 3:30 pm | Cost: FREE | 2nd and Mission
Please gather at 2nd and mission street to honor Hana and Elizabeth, two woman who were hit and killed on New Years Eve in San Francisco. Please bring signs, flowers, and pictures ; demanding justice for Hana and Elizabeth. Help us remember these two souls ...
San Francisco Protest: “No Coup: Peaceful March” in the Castro
Wednesday, January 6 – 6:00 pm | Cost: FREE | Jane Warner Memorial Plaza
As right-wing terrorists attempt a coup to overthrow democracy at the express request of the sitting President, we take to the streets to make it clear: We will not accept a coup, or anything less than the immediate impeachment, conviction, and removal of Trump; the ...
Revelations: Art from the African American South w/ de Young Museum
Wednesday, January 6 – 7:00 pm | Cost: FREE | San Francisco Public Library (All Branches)
A docent from the de Young Museum provides a visual presentation of Revelations, a celebration of African American artists from the South, and discusses how despite being marginalized by the mainstream art community, these artists have created compelling works that highlight the persistent issues of ...
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