FREE scooping event! Sat, Sept 15, 2018, 11 am - 1 pm Why Should Kids Have All the Fun? Humphry Slocombe Partners with OCHO Candy on a PB&J for Grown-Ups!
FREE PB&J scooping event open to the public on
Saturday, September 15, 11am to 1pm, at the San Francisco Ferry Terminal
Oakland-based OCHO Candy and Humphry Slocombe have teamed up to create a new flavor: OCHO PB&J.The ice cream is available for a limited time, now through October 1.
OCHO Candy PB&J will be available at all Humphry Slocombe Bay Area and Los Angeles scoop shop locations (Mission, Ferry Building, Oakland, and Venice) throughout the month of September.
FREE SCOOP EVENT:
Saturday, September 15, 11:00 a.m-1:00 p.m, One Ferry Building, San Francisco, CA 94111
Photos credits: Humphry Slocombe
There is time to register for this enjoyable, lots to learn workshop on Oct 9!
It really is a fun way to learn. You'll love it!
CCSF Continuing Ed, Downtown SF Campus.
Check it out at the CCSF continuing ed website
This is an informative and enjoyable 3-hour workshop that focuses on basic English grammar use geared to native speakers, and helps writers make the best grammar, punctuation, and word use choices for their work.
Writers with grammar questions will find the workshop a safe place to learn the fundamentals and beyond. Fill in knowledge gaps and gain confidence to write with renewed certainty. Included are reference handouts to take home.
Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema is putting on a show!
BHOC offers free screenings and live music in parks and venues around “The Hill,”
September 6-8 and October 2, 2018.
This year is a big one! Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema celebrates its 15th anniversary. Once again, following in a long-held movie tradition, BHOC invites the entire neighborhood to help “put on a show.”
The annual end-of-summer film festival is known for its screenings in the neighborhood’s commercial spaces and on the grassy slopes of city-owned neighborhood mini-parks, playgrounds and open spaces. The festival presents a four-night series at four separate sites throughout the neighborhood of Bernal Heights. (Visit http://bhoutdoorcine.org/for details.)
The talented filmmakers come from all over!
Continuing its long-standing practice of working with other film festivals, BHOC has invited a broad range of co-presenters to explore the diverse voices and interests of Bernal Heights and the surrounding area. They include:
But many contributors are from the neighborhood. Caroline Blair, who has won numerous prizes for films like The Queen of Beechwood Drive, will screen Equinox.Award-winning filmmaker Emiko Omori offers Bridgegate.And then there’s Keith Wilson, with The Tree; H.W. Moss, with The Injuries of Time Dale; and Shani Heckman, with The House on Lucky Street-- all Bernal folks.
BHOC doesn’t put on its show in a barn, as they did in those old movies. It enjoys the hospitality of neighborhood shops and open spaces.
At the screenings, Bernal people are visible everywhere, helping the event run smoothly. They provide refreshments. They operate the projection equipment. They hand out programs. And many more are busy behind the scenes.
Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland would approve!
Thursday, 9/6, 7:00 to 9:30 pm. Opening Night. Reception and films. Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, 2868 Mission Street. Master of Ceremonies, Will Hammond, Jr.Music by Keenan Webster.
Friday, 9/7, 7:00 to 10:00 pm. Film Crawl. Cortland Avenue, from Bennington to Bayshore. Six different programs at six venues, screened simultaneously at 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 pm.
Saturday, 9/8, 6:30 to 9:30 pm. Music, films and picnics. Under the Stars. Precita Park, Folsom Street and Precita Avenue. Master of Ceremonies, Ian Williams. Music by Classical Revolution.
Tuesday, 10/2, 7:00 to 9:30 pm. Best of Bernal.Award-winning films and party. Barebottle Brewing Company, 1525 Cortland Avenue. Master of Ceremonies, Caroline Blair.
For line-up of films, visit www.bhoutdoorcine.org.
All venues are FREE. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Audience members are encouraged to bring blankets, low-back lawn chairs and warm clothing for outdoor venues.
Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema gratefully acknowledges its sponsors: San Francisco Art Commission, Zephyr Real Estate-Noe Valley; Good Life Grocery; Architect Mason Kirby; We Know Bernal ‑- Michael Minson, Keller Williams Realty & Danielle Lazier, Compass; Recology; PSAV Presentation Services; Jeff Salgado, Compass; fitLOCALfit; Shelly Trew, Vanguard RE; State Farm; San Francisco Parks Alliance; San Francisco Recreation and Parks; The Little Giant Lighting and Grip Company.
San Francisco's 20th Street Block Party, Sat Aug 18, 2018 ~ Bulleit Frontier Whiskey, an official sponsor of the event
Noise Pop is proud to present the sixth annual 20th Street Block Party to benefit Mission Language and Vocational School (MLVS), a private, non-profit educational center in the City's Mission District. The 20th Street corridor will transform into a free party to highlight and celebrate a diverse neighborhood that blends modern ideas with its community traditions.
Bulleit Frontier Whiskey, an official sponsor of the party will be there at 4:30 PM in celebration of those who push boundaries on the modern cultural frontier with Bulleit Frontier Works: Bottle Impressions will launch in San Francisco.
Check out the fabulous entertainment LineUp here. Don't miss this super fun event!
About Frontier Works
Bulleit Frontier Works is a series of projects and collaborations with cultural creators who live on the modern frontier. It highlights interesting places at the edge of culture and celebrate not only our individual partners, but the larger communities they belong to. The modern cultural frontier isn’t a physical place. It’s a shared purpose among people who are constantly pushing boundaries to create something new, interesting and unique. For one of its latest Frontier Works projects, Bulleit has partnered with artist, Kelly Tunstall in San Francisco to re-imagine a standard bottle impression.
About Kelly Tunstall:
Working in acrylic, collage, spray paint, pencil, pen and ink, gold leaf and some secret sauce, Kelly’s experimental, yet classically grounded works live somewhat comfortably in a space between graphic expression, stylized representation, surrealism and sketch. The patina of age and calligraphic drawing methods lend further depth to her story-filled worlds. Tunstall has shown nationally and internationally, often in collaboration with her husband, Ferris Plock. Her work is on permanent view at the restaurants a16 and Bar Crudo, both in San Francisco and at Alcazar and Cheeky's located in Palm Springs. Her following includes technologists and rockstars, fashionistas and foodies alike.
In celebration of the launch of Bay Club Signature class IGNITE, Bay Club will host an IGNITE-a-thon, a morning of back-to-back-to-back classes at the brand new studio at Bay Club SF on Saturday, August 25th. The event will be free and open to the public.
THE BAY CLUB COMPANY’S IGNITE-A-THON
Image Credit: Bay Club
The Bay Club Introduces GlideFit, a new pool class this summer at Bay Club Gateway!
This year's Fourth Annual California Rum Fest is returning to San Francisco Saturday, September 8th at the SOMArts Cultural Center. This annual rum extravaganza offers guests a rare opportunity to sample more than 40 premium rum brand expressions from around the world, as well as access to exclusive seminars featuring some of the rum industry's top luminaries.
CALIFORNIA RUM FEST
When: Saturday, September 8
Where: SOMArts Cultural Center // 934 Brannan St
Admission: General Admission Grand Tasting $60; VIP Grand Tasting $70
Guests will receive a tasting glass and the opportunity to sample more than 40 premium rum brand expressions from around the world, as well as access to special rum-focused seminars
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (August 8, 2018) – The Rum Lab has announced the return of its fourth annual West Coast rum extravaganza – California Rum Fest. Divided into multiple sessions for consumers, trade and spirits enthusiasts, the immersive rum event will take place on September 8 at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco.
2018 California Rum Fest Schedule:
12:00pm - 1:30pm – Spirit Industry Session
Opportunity for industry professionals to network with brand representative; attend training seminars; taste a wide variety of rums and engage with industry colleagues.
2:30pm - 6:30pm – VIP Grand Tasting Session
1-Hour early admission to the General Admission Grand Tasting.
3:30pm - 6:30pm – General Admission Grand Tasting Session
Opportunity to taste premium rums; attend brand seminars and enjoy the Tiki Bazaar.
2:30pm - 6:30pm – Tiki Bazaar
Available to all guests of California Rum Fest, the Tiki Bazaar will be hosted on the outdoor patio of the venue where attendees will enjoy tropical rum cocktails created by some of SF’s best bartenders, arts & crafts by local vendors and live music.
For full schedule details and ticketing information, please visit:
About The Rum Lab
The Rum Lab produces Puerto Rico’s national rum fest - Taste of Rum Puerto Rico - in addition to US-based rum festivals including: California Rum Fest, Midwest Rum Fest, New York Rum Fest and Miami Rum Congress. Events produced by The Rum Lab attract hundreds of guests including beverage trade professionals, rum aficionados, tourists and local consumers. Learn more at www.therumlab.com.