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Tuesday, May 18
Japanese Cut Flower ArtScapes “Ikebana” Exhibit Installaion
The Ruth Bancroft Garden and San Francisco’s Sogestsu School of Ikebana are proud to present this unusual exhibition of large-scale works that will incorporate plant materials from the Garden itself and be on display throughout in this first-ever wholly outdoor ikebana exhibit at the Garden. ...
The Exploratorium’s Updates on Mars & The Perseverance Rover
Following the successful landing, or “landing,” of the Perseverance rover on February 18, we’ll catch up with Exploratorium astronomer Isabel Hawkins, who will update us with the latest news from the Mars probe. What happened? Where have you explored? What have you found and where ...
Everything You Need to Know About “Google My Business”
In this comprehensive workshop, you will learn how to claim and optimize your Google My Business listing. This will include how to add rich content and generate reviews for greater engagement with your potential customers.
We’ll also show you how to understand the analytics generated and ...
Black TGI Rally for Decarceration (SF City Hall)
We are inviting you to join us at the Civic Center Plaza across from City Hall on Polk Street between McAllister St. & Grove St. at 1pm on May 18th for a rally to demand decarceration and investment in Black TGI power. The event will ...
Update on Labor Organizing and its Implications
Join SF Gray Panthers for an Update on Labor Organizing and its Implications: Tuesday, May 18, 1-3 PM.
There’s been an upsurge in labor organizing in the United States. What’s going on nationally and locally?
Why should we care? How does labor organizing relate to other issues ...
Equity Author Talk With Rucker C. Johnson
Inequality in schools leads to many of our most intractable social ills: the mass incarceration of young men of color, disparities in income, life expectancy, and related public health metrics.
In Children of the Dream: Why School Integration Works, Rucker C. Johnson argues for public education ...
Classical Revolution Tuesdays at Casements Bar SF
Casements Bar 2351 Mission St (btwn 19th and 20th St) SF Saturdays 3-5pm (through May 1st) Tuesdays 6-8pm Admission is free, but seating is limited. You may reserve a table for up to 6 people for only $20. 100% of reservations fees go to the ...Every Tuesday
Green Apple Book’s Virtual Event: Kevin McIlovy and Peter Orner
Join us on Tuesday, May 18 at 6pm PT when Kevin McIlvoy discusses his latest novel, One Kind Favor, with Peter Orner on Zoom!
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About One Kind Favor
Based loosely on a tragic real-life incident in 2014, ...
$5.50 Drive-In Movie Night in Concord & San Jose
One of the most socially-distant ways to have fun, The West Wind Drive-In theaters in both San Jose and Concord are open for good old fashioned drive-in move fun. West Wind Drive In Locations Solano Drive-In – 1611 Solano Way, Concord Capitol Drive-In – 3630 ...Every Tuesday