Poetic evening and Russian karaoke: how to spend a weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (January 10-12)
When: Friday, January 10, from 18:00.
Where: Voss Gallery, 3344 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
More: The Voss Gallery is proud to present The Essentials, a group exhibition of new contemporary works by 24 California artists. Celebrate the beginning of the new year by replenishing your art collection with the work of one of the local artists.
The program is attended by Alynn-Mags, Amandalynn, Crystal Kamoroff, Gale Hart, Harumo Sato, Heather Robinson, Ingrid Wells, Jennifer Banzaca, John Osgood, Joshua Lawyer, Joshua Nissen King, Kate Tova, Luciano Roque, Lucky Rapp, Mike Sanchez, MJ Lindo, Natalia Lvova, Neddie Bakula, Olena Vasylevska, Serge Gay Jr., Steve Javiel, Tati Holt, Tim Irani and The Tracy Piper.
The exhibition runs until February 1, 2020.
That: Russian disco
When: Friday, January 10, from 19:00.
Where: Rossinca Heritage School, 2095 Park Ave, San Jose, California 95126.
More: Russian disco will be held for the first time in San Jose! Music from the 1980s and 1990s will play for you. Join us to vividly celebrate the Old New Year with good old hits.
The number of places is limited (30 places).
Cost: $ 5.
What: Poetic evening
When: Friday, January 10, 19:30 p.m.
Where: Manny's, 3092 16th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
More: Soul Food for Thought Open Mic Night is the first poetic night in 2020. Everyone can attend this event - poets, readers, performers.
Check-in is at 19:00.
What: Russian karaoke
When: Friday, January 10, from 21:00.
Where: Neck of the Woods, 406 Clement St, San Francisco, CA 94118
More: Visit Russian karaoke at Neck of the Woods. All his guests will be able to perform and hear their favorite hits in Russian, as well as their new interpretations. We offer you to enjoy a good evening in a wonderful company. Entrance is only for persons over 21 years old.
Cost: From $ 10.
When: Saturday, January 11, from 16:00.
Where: Southern Pacific Brewing 620 Treat Avenue, San Francisco, CA 9411
More: Elena Kasyanova was born in the Bay Area. The artist is currently working in the field of technology. All her works can be bought, each of which is created with passion. The artist focuses on color, but in later paintings abstractions prevail.
This is the second exhibition of the author, so come to support the artist and have a good time.
Get free ticket to confirm your visit.
When: Saturday, January 11, from 20:30
Where: Rum & Sugar, 823 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
More: Representatives of the Russian diaspora will truly appreciate this event.
Come celebrate the old New Year, dance to your favorite music, savor olivier, pies, a herring under a fur coat, and also play sportloto and win gifts from Santa Claus.
The entrance fee is $ 17. This price includes food. Places are limited, so register in advance.
Cost: From $ 17.
When: Saturday, January 11, from 13:00.
Where: 1207 10th St, Berkeley, CA 94710-1508
More: This event is designed to celebrate the achievements of women filmmakers, to support this community and offer him even more opportunities to unlock opportunities.
When: Saturday, January 11, from 10:00.
Where: Islais Creek Community Room, SFMTA's Islais Creek Facility, 1301 Cesar Chavez (Enter on Indiana St.), San Francisco, California 94124
More: Join a walking tour of Creek Island to learn more about the history and ecology of the area, as well as the city’s work to mitigate and adapt to sea level rise.
Along the way, you will discuss the current and future consequences of floods, rising sea levels, as well as what the port does to adapt the coastline. Your contribution is essential to ensure that embankment protection efforts reflect community priorities and a shared vision for the future.
When: Saturday, January 11, from 11:00.
Where: 51 E Campbell Ave 51 East Campbell Avenue Campbell, CA 95008
More: The San Francisco Bay Area real estate purchase team will tell you why 2020 may be a good year to buy your own home. Come to the seminar for answers to your questions.
The bright season of Christmas and New Year holidays has recently ended - a time of magic, kindness, warmth and family comfort. But even more magical and unique is the New Year, met in his own home. In this case, the preparation for the celebration itself becomes a holiday, because in every decoration, every twinkle and sparkle on the Christmas tree you create a small miracle with your own hands - a corner of happiness, where you and your family see off the outgoing year and meet new hopes.
The Russian-speaking team for the purchase of real estate in the San Francisco Bay Area will help you fulfill this dream.
This unusual workshop will be held in the most comfortable relaxing environment with wine and cheese.
Some visitors to past workshops have already become happy owners of their own homes in the Bay Area. Meanwhile, right now the market situation is very favorable for acquiring a home. For the second year in a row, the cost of housing in the San Francisco Bay Area has been steadily declining with the increasing number of houses on the market. In the past year, banks lowered the rate by an average of one percent. This means that you can afford a house at $ 200 thousand more, or your monthly payment is reduced by an average of $ 400. At the same time, real estate prices have stabilized, which gives you more opportunities to negotiate the terms of the contract and the purchase price. The same trend, according to forecasts, will continue in 2020.
Buying your home in California can be your personal result for the first twenty years of the new millennium.
- Lilia Garipova is a specialist in buying and selling real estate in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has more than 14 years of experience in real estate, is well-versed in the residential real estate market and can choose the most beneficial options for the client. Lily is fluent in both English and Russian, which allows her to work with Russian-speaking clients.
- Steve Tsvetkov is an independent mortgage consultant. Steve will share purchase financing options available today to different categories of home buyers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
When: Saturday, January 11, from 15:00.
Where: Noe Valley Ministry 1021 Sanchez Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
More: This is a chamber music concert by artists from different parts of the bay, hosted by the San Francisco Civil Music Association.
Entrance to the concert is free, registration is welcome, but is not required. Seating is limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Please come early to secure a place.
The organizer also accepts donations of $ 10-20 per person.
The musicians, among other things, will perform a concert by Russian composer Anatoly Lyadov entitled “Eight Russian Folk Songs” (Eight Russian Folksongs).
Cost: From $ 0.
When: Saturday, January 11, from 11:00.
Where: 1900 Camden Ave Ste 101, San Jose, CA 95124
More: Are you dreaming of your own home in California, but don’t know where to start and are afraid to make costly mistakes?
Buying a home in the USA is a responsible and difficult task that an experienced realtor will help to cope with. Irina Borts, a broker with more than 20 years of selling homes in Silicon Valley, is ready to help newcomers to the real estate market and invites you to attend her free seminar for those who buy their first home in the San Francisco Bay Area.
At the event you will receive a lot of useful information and, in particular, get acquainted with:
- government programs for first-time purchasers;
- the most important steps in the process of buying a home;
- ways to avoid the most common mistakes.
Attention! A new topic: the process of buying real estate at auctions and houses owned by banks (REO, bank owned homes, foreclosures) - from a broker who has worked for many years as a representative of banks and other financial institutions. Irina Borts worked for several years for auction companies and the largest banks in America, selling foreclosures. Her experience and willingness to share it with you at this seminar are invaluable.
Visitors to the seminar who refer to ForumDaily as a source of information about the event will receive $ 500 from the office of Irina Borz for the initial cleaning of the house, which they will buy with her assistance.
If you have any questions, send them to the e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or a text message to the number 408-603-6189. Irina Borts will answer everyone and try to help in every situation. Those who cannot attend the seminar can also write or call a broker (408-603-6189), and she will find time for a personal consultation.
When: Sunday, January 12, from 13:30.
Where: Russian Ridge Open Space Preserve. Skyline Blvd and Pagemill Road
Details: Planting trees in the Russian Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary will take place as part of the Grassroots Ecology and Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District partnership.
All participants must register.
The location has an open Russian Ridge Open Space Conservation parking on Skyline Blvd. Please note: access to the location is possible only by car. There is no mobile connection on Skyline Blvd. Please make sure you have the correct location in advance.
Get ready to work outdoors. For this you will need: a bottle of water, long trousers, a jacket with long sleeves, reliable shoes, a hat / sunglasses or a raincoat / boots, depending on the weather on that day.
The organizer will provide: gloves, tools for work and snacks.
When: Sunday, January 12, from 18:00.
Where: Chabot Space & Science Center, Ask Jeeves Planetarium, 10000 Skyline Blvd. Oakland, CA 94619
More: Mesmerica is a visual musical journey that combines the mesmerizing music of a Grammy-nominated composer and percussionist James Goode along with visual-hypnotic three-dimensional animated art created by artists from around the world. This show relaxes, calms, and also stimulates your mind and feelings.
Cost: From $ 12.
In addition, interesting events for each day of the week can be found in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends. Before the visit, check the organizers website for details and location of the event, as they may vary.
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