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Vera Brezhneva and a picnic for Russian speakers: how to spend a weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (February 28 - March 1)

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What: Museum of 3D Illusions

When: Friday - sunday, february 28 - march 1

Where: Museum of 3D Illusions, 55-61 Jefferson St, San Francisco, CA 94133

More: A new world-class museum with over 40 fully interactive exhibits has arrived in San Francisco.

The Museum of 3D Illusions is a place where you can let your mind soar in the world of optical illusions and become a full participant in the paintings. The event is suitable for visitors of all ages. Here you can also take unforgettable selfies amid stunning artifacts.

Cost: From $ 10

What: Russian rock party

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When: Friday, February 28, from 20:00

Where: Brick and Mortar Music Hall, 1710 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

More: This Friday, February 28, a concert of Russian Solution and Oleg Sweet Band will take place in San Francisco. It offers great music, a full bar of drinks and the opportunity to have a great time with friends.

Entrance ticket costs:

  • $ 20 - on-site acquisition ;.
  • $ 15 - if you buy in advance (you can do it here).

Cost: From $ 15

What: Russian karaoke

When: ПOvchitnitsa, February 28, from 21:00

Where: Neck of the Woods, 406 Clement St, San Francisco, CA 94118

More: This is a great event for lovers of nightlife, especially for Russian-speaking residents of San Francisco. This Friday, February 28th, you have a chance to return to the past and sing your favorite karaoke hits at a party at Neck of the Woods.

Cost: From $ 10

What: Specialist Workshop from Russia: Emotional Competence in the Digital World

When: Saturday, February 29, from 7:00

Where: Online

More: Emotional competence in the digital world is an online seminar with Tatyana Indina. In our increasingly digital world, it becomes difficult to maintain a successful relationship if you are behind the digital environment. This seminar will bring together discussions and practical exercises, thanks to which you will have an understanding and practical strategies in order to be in touch with your and other people's emotions.

Being emotionally literate in today's digital world means:

  • Work with new technologies and apply them to increase efficiency.
  • Provide equally good communications in face-to-face meetings and online meetings.
  • Know the rules of network / digital etiquette.
  • Be able to maintain safe and productive online behavior on forums, platforms, chat rooms and instant messengers.
  • Build and maintain your online reputation.
  • Learn quickly and implement new communication tools.
  • Build an effective team in a more complex technological environment.

This training will help you find a successful style of communication, leadership, management, relationships, and reinvent yourself to remain a happy, well-balanced emotional person in a high-tech world.

About the trainer: Tatyana Indina - Ph.D., business coach, trainer in leadership and team development, organizational development consultant with more than 10 years of experience in international teams.

She is the CEO and founder of the Silicon Valley Indina-Consulting Innovation Academy and the Mission2Mars online platform.

She has a Ph.D. in social psychology from the Russian Academy of Education (Moscow, Russia, 2007), and has often made presentations at international conferences on psychology and Internet governance (IGF, UN, Cyber ​​BRICS, T20). Tatyana Indina is the author of five books and more than 50 scientific papers. Her latest book, CEO 2.0, focuses on developing core competencies for the next generation of digital age leaders.

Cost: Free options

What: Sonoma County Restaurant Week

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When: Friday - sunday, february 28 - march 1

Where: Sonoma County Restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area; list of participating restaurants you will find link.

More: The annual week of restaurants in Sonoma County continues its tradition. From February 21 to March 1, 2020, participating restaurants will present fantastic food at shocking prices. The cost of a full lunch and dinner varies from $ 10 to $ 39.

No tickets or passes required. You can just come have lunch at any of the restaurants participating in the annual week. Organizers strongly recommend booking a seat.

Cost: From $ 10

What: Meditation and workshop “Healing and inner silence”

When: Saturday, February 29, from 10:00

Where: Brahma Kumaris Meditation Center, 401 Baker Street, San Francisco, CA 94117

More: Guided Rajayoga-led meditation and seminar “Healing and Inner Silence” will help you look inside yourself and meet yourself, gaining a sense of inner stability and strength. At the end of the meeting, you will experience a sense of calm and well-being.

The event is suitable for both beginners and more experienced participants.

Cost: Free options

What: Superfine Art Fair

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When: Friday - sunday, february 28 - march 1

Where: Gallery 308, 2 Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, CA 94123

More: For the first time, the Superfine Art Fair will be held in San Francisco, which runs from February 27 to March 1, 2020.

Within four days, visitors will have a unique opportunity to meet and communicate directly with more than 60 of the best local and international artists. In a friendly atmosphere, guests can socialize and purchase affordable artworks by artists starting at $ 100. They will also have the opportunity to discover the best artists of tomorrow for themselves today.

Press hereto learn more about the program.

Cost: From $ 12

What: African American Museum and Library in Auckland

When: Saturday, February 29, from 16:00

Where: African American Museum and Library at Oakland, 659 14th Street, Oakland, CA 94612

More: Take a tour of the AAMLO (African American Museum and Library at Oakland) to learn about the library’s specialized focus, view selected artifacts from the archives, and explore the history of black people in Auckland on the Journey into the Promise fresco cycle by artists Daniel Galvez and Patricia Montgomery. Then get synopsis of long-term and short-term exhibitions before you go on a self-guided tour of these installations.

Cost: Free options

What: Vera Brezhnev in San Francisco

Photo courtesy of the tour organizers

When: CSaturday, February 29, from 19 p.m.

Where: San Francisco Scottish Masonic Center, 2850 19th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94132

More: Vera Brezhneva is a singer, actress, TV presenter and UN Goodwill Ambassador. She will present a new program in the United States as part of the "10" tour.

Live sound, drive, fiery dances and one of the most beautiful singers of the decade will give guests an unforgettable evening.

Having won all the major music awards, Vera, collecting full halls, always sings to each audience.

For more than 10 years, every Vera Brezhneva recital has been an absolute discovery, which always remains the same in only one thing: sincere smiles of absolutely all spectators and incomparable energy.

Cost: From $ 60

What: Picnic for Russian speakers

Photo: Shutterstock

When: Sunday, March 1, from 11:00

Where: Address for Uber or GPS - 50 Stow Lake Drive, San Francisco

More: On March 1, the first real spring outing for Russian speakers will take place in San Francisco. Guests will gather in a large meadow to cook something delicious together and have a great time. The organizer recommends bringing music, games, balls and other entertainment with you.

Cost: Free options

What: Purim celebration for Russian speakers

When: ВSunday, March 1, from 16:00

Where: APJCC Los Gatos, 14855 Oka Road, Los Gatos, CA 95032

More: Join the celebration with the whole family. At this meeting, the theater expects kids, and children over seven years old - a holiday quest. For all guests, regardless of age, the organizer has prepared songs, dances, games, masks, crafts, a parade of costumes, photographs for memory for the whole family and goodies.

About the holiday: Purim is a Jewish holiday, established, according to the bible Book of Esther, in memory of the salvation of the Jews who lived on the territory of Ancient Persia from extermination by Aman the Amalekite, a favorite of King Artaxerxes. Purim begins with the end of the post of Esther.

Registration: rabbiila@apjcc.org.

Cost: When pre-buying a children's ticket - $ 15, an adult - $ 10; at the entrance a children's ticket will cost $ 20, an adult - $ 15; children of two years and younger - for free.

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