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Wednesday, March 10
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
New Era Virtual Fashion Week (March 10-13)
Join us to experience an interactive virtual fashion week this March 10th through 13th! The 4-day will exhibit a global fashion tech conference, a conversation with worldly fashion designers, a new era fashion show experience with local and global designers, and a shopping event with ...
Worldwide Fashion Tech Conference
A worldly conversation led by the CEO’s of Global Fashion Tech companies. A discussion focusing on projections on the future of the fashion industry brought by current affairs. This event is complimentary to all viewers.
Complimentary RSVP Link: conferencefashion.eventbrite.com
“On Space and Surroundings” Art Talk w/ William Moncayo
William Moncayo will talk about artists that utilize space and surroundings in diverse ways including Ana Mendieta, Felipe Dulzaides, Bruce Nauman, and David Ireland. Following their presentation, Moncayo will facilitate a brief dialogue on how space and surroundings pertain to artistic practice, inspiration, installation, and ...
Robbins Collection Lecture: Jewish Law for the Digital Age
RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1zp9YoZ28fJZA7CiVb_dt0NpLqS5PmiXaG0N8iv4BUs4/edit?usp=sharing
Professors Kenneth A. Bamberger and Ariel Evan Mayse
Does Jewish law speak to the most important issues of our day? Drawing on Judaism’s millennia-old jurisprudence of radical relevance in the face of change, Professors Bamberger and Mayse make the counterintuitive argument that Jewish law’s ...
The Roxie Theater & Fort Mason Flix Drive in Movie: Stray
SPECIAL DRIVE-IN SCREENING
Roxie Theater and Fort Mason Flix present:
Dir: Elizabeth Lo, 2020
With Zeytin (canine protagonist and street dog), Nazar (street canine), and Kartal (street canine); Jamil, Halil, and Ali (young Syrian refugees living on Istanbul’s streets)
The Roxie Theater and FORT MASON FLIX ...
Virtual Book Talk: Sam Cohen and Andrea Lawlor
Join us on Wednesday, March 10th at 6pm PT when Sam Cohen discusses her story collection, Sarahland, with Andrea Lawlor on Zoom!
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Praise for Sarahland
“A bold collection that explores how we might break free from or ...
Comedy Kickback at Retro Junkie
Drea Meyers has produced comedy shows from San Francisco all the way up to Sacramento and now she’s bringing the comedy right to Walnut Creek! Come to Retro Junkie and enjoy drinks, food trucks and a super funny lineup of comedians who have performed at ...
Sexual Kundalini Yoga for Singles or Couples
What do sex, spiritual practice and Yoga all have in common? Kundalini!
Kundalini yoga is a very advanced and deep practice of moving sexual energy through the body and up the spine (which is both experiential and a metaphor for raising one’s vibration. It allows us ...
Trivia Night at the Lister Bar
Trivia night every Wednesday at The Lister Bar, we have a large beautiful outside patio that allows for social distancing and comfort for this event. outdoor heaters when cold and all tables are covered.
The winners receive a gift voucher for the bar and bragging rights ...
Free Public Talk on the Lick Observatory During Two Pandemics
Lick Observatory astronomer Dr. Elinor Gates will give a free, illustrated, non-technical talk on:
”Lick Observatory During Pandemics: 1918 and 2020.”
On line at YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/SVAstronomyLectures
[if you go to this address the evening of the talk you will see and be able to participate in the live ...
Word Week 2021 “Black Literature, Black Lives”
Black writers have explored the many shades of Black lives for centuries, reflecting and reporting the hopes and challenges of the community. This panel will present readings and a discussion by three contemporary voices in Black literature: bestselling nonfiction author Julie Lythcott-Haims, poet Dr. Ayodele ...