The Social Justice Committee of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists invites you to the book release party for “Witches & Pagans: Women in European Folk Religion”. This reading takes place on Saturday, July 30, at 7pm at 1924 Cedar Street in Berkeley. For details call 510.654.9298 or visit maxdashu@LMI.net.
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts celebrates their new exhibit "Deep Blue Sea: String of Pearls" with an opening reception on Wednesday, August 3rd from 6-9 PM. The reception will feature live music and dance from the Pacific. This event takes place at 2868 Mission Street in San Francisco. For more information call 415-643-2796.
Niroga Institute holds its Annual Stress Resilience Conference on Wednesday, August 3rd, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. A keynote presentation by Neurologist Dan Siegel, a panel discussion on what youth of color need to succeed and brake-out sessions will take place at the Asian Cultural Center, 111 Fairmount Avenue in Oakland. For details call...
We players and California State Parks present Romeo and Juliet, on Tuesday, August 5 at 5:45 pm. The performance features a 360 degree sphere where We Players blurs the boundary between audience and actors. This event happens at Rancho Petaluma Adobe, 3325 Adobe Road, in Petaluma. For details call (415) 547-0189.
The Dance Palace Community and Cultural Center presents George Winston in a solo piano concert on Saturday, August 6th at 8:00 PM. "The Summer Show" will feature melodic selections, "Peanuts" pieces to New Orleans stride piano traditions. The concert takes place at Point Reyes Station, 503 B Street in Point Reyes. For details and tickets...
Arts Benicia Gallery presents the opening reception of Order and Chaos; an eclectic display of the work of 20 artists selected by San Francisco gallerist Catharine Clark. This event happens on Thursday, August 6 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Arts Benicia gallery, 991 Turk Street, Suite 114, in Benicia. For details call (707) 747-0131
Sixteen Rivers Press presents a poetry reading at Diesel Books on Sunday, August 7th at 3pm. Sixteen Rivers Press provides an alternative publishing avenue for Bay Area poets. This reading takes place at 5433 College Avenue in Oakland. For details call 415-273-1303.