Ukrainian Concerts and Yoga in the Park: How to Spend a Weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (March 5-7)
When: Friday, March 5, with 16: 00
More: Enjoy online modern Ukrainian music and culture from anywhere in the world. This year the festival will open with a concert of the music of the youngest generation of Ukrainian composers, supplemented by works by two of the best musical voices of Ukraine.
Cost: $ 5-25
When: Saturday, March 6, from 20 p.m.
Where: Parking Lot 1315 Rand Street Petaluma, CA 94954
More: 7 years ago, eccentric Dr. John Doolittle, a famous animal-language veterinarian living in Victorian England, lost his wife, Lily Doolittle. Since then, he hides behind the high walls of his estate in the company of exotic animals. But when the queen falls seriously ill, Doctor Dolittle, in search of a cure, is forced to embark on an incredible journey to the mythical island. He will have to show courage and ingenuity when meeting old enemies and meeting strange creatures.
Cost: Free options
When: Saturday, March 6, from 16 p.m.
More: The concert will feature five works by leading composers of the Kiev avant-garde. At one time they were called the sixties. They created music that challenged socialist realism - the only acceptable musical and aesthetic style in the USSR.
Cost: $ 5-25
When: Sunday, March 7, from 09:00
More: All participants will be preparing a cake according to a recipe from François Perret, the best pastry chef in the world in 2019. To bake a vanilla chocolate marble cake, you will need to make several preparations: vanilla and chocolate dough, soaking syrup and chocolate frosting. You will also learn some of the famous pastry chef's culinary techniques.
Cost: $ 20
What: Morning yoga in the park
When: Sunday, March 7, from 10:00
Where: Parklab Gardens 1379 4th Street San Francisco, CA 94158
More: Start your morning with an energizing yoga class to make your day more productive. The workout will take place in Parklab Gardens, which offers enchanting views of San Francisco.
Classes are available for all skill levels and are suitable for both beginners and more experienced practitioners.
Cost: $ 25
When: Sunday, March 7, from 11:30
More: The concert will feature works by composers of all generations of Ukrainian electroacoustic music.
Guests will hear Katya Olenich, Ujif_Notfound, Svyatoslav Krutikov, Punctum Reditum and many others.
Cost: $ 5-25
When: Sunday, March 7, from 17:00
More: Taras Shevchenko became a symbol of the Ukrainian nation, which, with its Christian humility, poetic imagination, keen sense of justice and the fight against serfdom, awakened in the nation its thousand-year primogeniture of history, language, culture and freedom.
His immortal literary work "Kobzar" was the loud sound of a trumpet proclaiming the existence of the Ukrainian nation at a time when freedom had no value for an enslaved country. His ideas of humanism, universal idealism and freedom are also relevant for the whole world today, and this makes Shevchenko even more relevant.
Cost: Free options
Dear readers! Please note that due to the epidemic of coronavirus infection, some activities may be canceled or rescheduled for other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the sites of the organizers.
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