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Bike Parade in the Park and Holocaust Seminar: How to Spend a Weekend in San Francisco (Bay Area) (January 28-30)

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What: chinese new year celebration

When: Friday, January 28, from 17 p.m.

Where: Thrive City 1725 3rd Street San Francisco, CA 94158

More: Visitors will see the unique Lucky Tiger statue, traditional Chinese lanterns, arts and crafts, and enjoy live music. In addition, guests will be shown many traditions associated with this important holiday.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Seminar on the conflict between Russia and Ukraine

When: Friday, January 28, from 17 p.m.

Where: Online

More: Is the confrontation between Ukraine and Russia a prologue to the Third World War or another cold conflict? Several experts will try to sort out this issue. Dmitry Gorenburg, a senior research fellow at CNA, where he has been working since 2000, will take part in the discussion. Dr. Gorenburg is a Research Fellow at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University. His research interests include security issues in the countries of the former Soviet Union, Russian military reform, Russian foreign policy, and ethnic politics and identity.

Olga Oliker is Program Director for Europe and Central Asia at the International Crisis Group. Her research interests include the foreign and security policy of Russia, Ukraine, and the Central Asian and Caucasian successor states of the Soviet Union, domestic politics in these countries, US regional policy, and nuclear arms strategy and arms control.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Meeting with Armen Zakharyan

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When: Saturday, January 29, from 09:00

Where: Online

More: Globus Books invites you to a meeting with philologist and translator Armen Zakharyan. The interview is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of James Joyce's novel Ulysses. After talking about the Joyce Project, Armen Zakharyan will answer questions from viewers about the Armen and Fedor literary channel, about his vision of culture and the literary process.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Farm Volunteering Day

When: Saturday, January 29, from 13:00

Where: Alemany Farm 700 Alemany Blvd San Francisco, CA 94112

More: Help keep the city farm in top shape. Volunteer work may include weeding, planting, mulching, composting, and other farming tasks. Volunteers of all backgrounds and experience are welcome. No farming skills are required. The staff will provide the volunteers with all the necessary tools.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Bike parade in the park

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When: Saturday, January 29, from 17:00

Where: Peacock Meadow 240 John F Kennedy Drive San Francisco, CA 94117

More: The SF Bicycle Coalition and SF Parks Alliance team up for the annual Light Up the Night campaign. Organizers will give away hundreds of bike lights, reflectors and other fun accessories for free. There will be a leisurely bike ride through the park, and at the end there will be a raffle for the most creative light show, so don't forget to bring your best set of illuminated wheels.

Cost: From $ 0

 

What: Seminar about the Benois family in Russia

When: Sunday, January 30, from 17:45

Where: Online

More: Can you believe that one of the pearls of the Hermitage collection, Leonardo da Vinci's Madonna, hung over the dressing table mirror in one of the St. Petersburg apartments for about a hundred years. Benois is a family of outstanding Russian artists, musicians and architects of the 1794th-XNUMXth centuries. Their presence in Russia began at the end of the XNUMXth century with the French confectioner Louis Jules (Leontius) Benois, who moved to this empire in XNUMX after the French Revolution and became head waiter at the Romanov court.

During the tour, you will be told about interesting stories that you have not heard before. You will see old paintings, the dream of many museums, as well as family photographs and memorabilia that many collectors will hunt for.

Cost: Free options

 

What: Seminar on the Holocaust

When: Sunday, January 30, from 21:00

Where: Online

More: In early 1979, after more than 30 years of collective repression, a dramatic and emotional American TV mini-series broadcast in German living rooms suddenly reminded the German population of the terrible Nazi crimes against the Jews. This was the first time that a major mainstream drama depicted the lives of Hitler's victims. The unexpected echoes and the reaction of the audience were fierce. Even before the TV broadcast, neo-Nazis bombed transmission towers in Germany in vain to interfere with the broadcast. The series caused heated discussions in many families about the responsibility of parents and grandparents in the era of Nazism. The film explores questions, feelings and effects that still play an important role.

From creation and filming during the broadcast to the wild reactions, award-winning documentary filmmaker Alice Agneskirchner tells the story of this emotional television event that led to a paradigm shift in the perception of the crimes of German Nazism.

Cost: $ 12

 

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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In addition, look for interesting events for every day of the week in our calendar... Come in, find out, share with your friends. Before visiting, check the organizer's websites for details and locations of events, as they may change.

Keep us informed about what is happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora by mail ad@forumdaily.com.

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