Wednesday, April 21 San Francisco’s “H Mart” + Food Hall Grand Opening (April 21)
Welcome to the new H Mart San Francisco, a 42,000 square foot location at 3995 Alemany Blvd, San Francisco.
H Mart San Francisco host its Grand Opening on April 21st, 2021 at 10am. (please note the opening is on April 21, not April 17 as was previously ...
Hayes Valley Cleanup and Waste Audit (Part 1)
Help us count, map, and cleanup litter found along Hayes Street. All supplies provided. Meet at Marine Layer (498 Hayes St). To sign up email firstname.lastname@example.org with event name.
Rising Voices: A Celebration of Poet-Athletes
Join the SCORES community as we showcase the amazing resilience, creativity and bravery of our young poet-athletes.
Designed to elevate the voices of SCORES students, celebrate their accomplishments, and inspire them to pursue their dreams, the event will also feature a performance by the winner of ...
Castro Farmers’ Market (Every Wednesday)
Welcome back your favorite farmers to the corner of Market and Noe Streets as they offer their amazing citrus, tasty root vegetables, honey, flowers, baked goods, and beautiful leafy greens. Castro Farmers’ Market Every Wed., Mar. 17-Nov. 17, 2021 | 2:30p-7p Castro Farmer’s Market, Noe ...Every Wednesday
Full-Spectrum Science Online: Mixing Color w/ Exploratorium
Join Exploratorium scientist Ron Hipschman for colorful explorations of the physical world.
Are the primary colors really red, yellow, and blue? What you learned in elementary school may be mistaken. How can you get the color yellow from mixing red and green together? Watch and find ...
Classical Revolution at Vesuvio Cafe SF
Wednesday April 24th 5-7pm
255 Columbus Ave, SF (North Beach)
Please join us for an evening of live music at the famous Vesuvio Cafe in North Beach.
Seating is outdoors in Jack Kerouac Alley.
Upbeat classic rock and jazz tunes with the Classical Revolution Trio.
Anthony Blea violin
Charith Premawardhana ...
“We Ride” Wednesdays: Scenic SF Bike Ride from Dolores Park
All Bikes Welcome!
Another Bike Club Was Established In Oakland 2020 Where We Have Our Ride Outs Called “We Ride Wednesday”. *Every 1St, 2Nd & 3Rd Wed Of The Month*
Our Ride Out Needed A Change Of Scenery So We Decided To Take Our Talents… And Our ...
Commerce In Media With Conde Nast, NBC, and BuzzFeed
Have you ever read an article about a product, clicked a link, and bought it? Well, then you are part of the affiliate economy. Affiliate and commerce strategies have long played a role in digital media, but publishers are now increasingly focusing on this channel ...
“Headlands Center for the Arts” Online Open Studios
Wed, April 21, 6-6:45pm Pacific time
We miss open studios: the informal conversations about process and practice, bumping into someone you know, the serendipitous connections that arise in the buzz of ideas and aesthetics. We’re capturing a bit of that buzz in an online open studios ...
Unity and Struggle: San Francisco’s 8th Poet Laureate
Wednesday April 21, 6pm to 7:30pm Pacific time
Please join Tongo Eisen-Martin, San Francisco’s 8th Poet Laureate, and family for an evening of poetry and exposition on the revolutionary potentials of art; as beautifully no incarnation of craft exists outside of the movements, renaissances; the people ...
Our Family Coalition’s LGBTQ+ Parent Advisory Board
Are you an LGBTQ+ parent or caregiver who has participated in OFC’s Family Programs? Do you care about supporting other LGBTQ+ families in San Francisco, Oakland and Bay Area? Are you looking for a way to give back to your community, and are willing to ...
Green Apple Books Talk w/ Authors Jakob Guanzon and Lysley Tenorio
Join us on Wednesday, April 21 at 6pm PT when Jakob Guanzon discusses his debut novel, Abundance, with Lysley Tenorio on Zoom!
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Praise for Abundance
“Jakob Guanzon’s excellent debut novel, Abundance, is the story of a father ...
Perfectly Queer Reading “Queering National Poetry Month”
Queer up National Poetry Month with us Wednesday, April 21 from 7pm to 8pm Pacific via Zoom. Poets Chen Chen, Luiza Flynn-Goodlett, and Ben Kline present poems from their new and recent collections and discuss how writing during the pandemic has been for them. Get ...
SFJAZZ + Roots/Jazz/American Music Side-by-Side Concert
Side-by-side concerts pair students with members of the SFJAZZ Collective and RJAM faculty to give these young proteges exceptional performance experience. Tonight’s performance features innovative arrangements of the standards. This concert is extra special: to invite you into the concert halls, select performances during the ...
Thursday, April 22 Thu 7p Show – “HellaSecret” Outdoor Comedy Show & Cocktail Night (SF)
Get ready for SF’s very first fully-dedicated outdoor comedy club – part of our new pop-up (and socially-distant) comedy shows at unique outdoor spots all across the bay. We’ll take over a new venue and you’ll get an email with the secret location. Get $5 ...
Helen Diller Institute 10th Anniv. Naming Celebration
Former Israeli Chief Justice Dorit Beinisch in conversation with Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky. Welcome Remarks by Carol Christ, Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley.
The Helen Diller Institute 10Th Anniversary Naming Celebration
Justice Dorit Beinisch, the first woman to serve as President of the Israeli ...
Healthy Soil, Healthy Garden, Healthy Planet
This World Earth Day on Thursday, April 22nd, join the San Francisco Public Utilities’ (SFPUC) from noon to 1 pm for a free webinar to learn environmentally friendly gardening methods. This year’s celebratory theme is “Restore Our Earth.” We invite you to learn how healthy ...
Get Cookin’ with JP Lambiase and Julia Goolia
VidCon Now presents: Get Cookin’ with JP Lambiase & Julia Goolia (HellthyJunkFood)
Join the creative minds behind the HellthyJunkFood channel, Julia and JP, as they teach you how to make one of their culinary masterpieces. Follow along from your own kitchen or just sit back and ...
“Mission Community Market” Night Farmers Market (SF)
2021 updates Now in its 11th year, the popular neighborhood market will be reopening with a lineup of 20+ small local farms and food businesses, offering a diversity of fresh fruits and vegetables, food crafts, and hot prepared foods for Mission residents. More vendors will ...Every Thursday
Launch Event for American Geography in Honor of Barry Lopez
Radius Books and The Green Arcade invite you to join Sandra S. Phillips, Debra Gwartney, Toby Jurovics, and Beverly Dahlen to celebrate the launch of AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY: PHOTOGRAPHS OF LAND USE FROM 1840 TO THE PRESENT, including live readings of recent work from Robert Adams ...
Kairos Youth Choir Earth Day Celebration 2021
Kairos Music Academy, the Bay Area’s premier youth choir, is honoring Earth Day 2021 with a live celebration. The open house event will combine earth day songs & dance with community-building games & activities. Kairos has been circling the earth with song for 30 years, ...
Earth Day 2021 Celebration “Bra Drive”
Help educate and influence retailers and consumers about extending the life cycle of lingerie in order to provide substantial social benefits to women and girls in need!
NAWBO Sacramento Valley and NAWBO Silicon Valley invite you to celebrate Earth Day 2021 with a Bra Drive.
In addition ...
Birdy Hour Speaker Series: “Bats Eat the Bugs That Bug Us”
Bats are often misunderstood and feared by people, but they are amazing animals and are incredibly important to the ecosystem and to us humans. Join to learn about these flying mammals and how they are vital to agriculture; bats eat the insects that affect our ...
“Spring Bloom” Cooking Demo & Sonoma County Fundraiser
Join us on Earth Day, April 22nd from 5pm -6pm for a virtual Zoom fundraiser!
Clark Wolf, Sonoma County’s beloved radio personality, will host this 1-hour program.
This fun event includes:
Cooking Demo with the delightful & talented Natalie Goble, owner and chef of Handline restaurant in Sebastopol. ...
What is Citizen Science?
Members of the general public are taking to the great outdoors as “citizen scientists,” collecting and recording data on their smartphones to aid professional scientists in researching changes in the natural world. In a Zoom program titled “What is Citizen Science?” Los Altos History Museum ...
“Be a Better Imposter” For All Latinas & Allies
Ever felt like you didn’t belong? Let us dispel that feeling for you. The Unconscious Bias Project (UPB) is partnering with Tamarindo Podcast to share resources for Latinas and their allies to break through imposter syndrome with simple tools and advice on how to destroy ...
Virtual Café Scientifique: Observing Fire-Atmosphere Interactions
Wildfires have become a near-constant threat in the western United States, costing thousands of lives annually and leaving widespread economic devastation in their wake. With the ever-lengthening fire season now lasting up to eight months of the year, an increasing number of Californians find themselves ...