The Golden Gate Valley Branch of the San Francisco Public Library invites you to a discussion on reclaiming ancestral medicine, Curandismero (COUR-AND-IS-MEH-RO). The discussion takes place at 3pm on Tuesday, November 19th, at 1801 Green Street in San Francisco. For details, call 415-355-5666.
“Biblio Bistro” Farmers’ Market Cooking School invites you to learn how to cook fresh produce. The live demonstration takes place Wednesday, November 20th from 11 AM to 2 PM at the Heart of the City Farmers Market in the UN Plaza between Market and Hyde Streets in San Francisco. For details, call 415-557-4400.
Oakland Museum of California invites you to an outdoor experience full of food trucks and music. The community gathering takes place Friday, November 22nd from 5 PM to 10 PM at 1000 Oak Street in Oakland. For details, call 510-318-8505.
The Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers invites you to the BRIDGES & BONES dance performance. The performance is Friday, November 22nd at 4pm at the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, 2155 Center Street in Berkeley. For details, call 510-302-8575.
Goat Hall Productions hosts an evening of new works by Bay Area composers. The performances take place Saturday, November 23rd at 8 PM at the San Francisco Community Music Center, 544 Capp Street in San Francisco. For details, call 415-647-6015.
Nerd Nite East Bay invites you to presentations of the ‘Treason of Aaron Burr, Plate Tectonics and Ice Ages, and the History of Dangerous Toys.’ The presentations take place Monday, November 25th at 7 PM at Club 21, 2111 Franklin Street in Oakland. For details, call 510-833-6373.
The International Indian Treaty Council invites you to the Indigenous Peoples Day Sunrise Gathering on Alcatraz Island. The gathering takes place Thursday, November 28. Boats leave starting at 4:15 AM at Pier 33, Alcatraz Landing in San Francisco. For details, call 415-981-7625.