Earth Day, Art Market, Film Screening
This special day was founded in 1970 and just to refresh your memory, the purpose is to promote awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s environment. Actually, we are fortunate to admire and feel grateful for the bay, the redwoods, the glorious Marin highlands, Angel Island, Muir woods, Ocean Beach etc. However, we also need to lend a hand to clean up our environment. Here are a few ways to come together. And checkout the Art Marketing and an upcoming film screening.
April 23. Earth Day 2016 Street Fest
This robust event brings together renowned speakers, eco innovators, earth friendly products along with designers from the sustainable fashion industry, D.I.Y projects, celebrity chefs and more. You will get educated and entertained. Mission District 22nd street and Valencia Get the details.
April 23. Create with Nature On Stinson Beach
This is such a fun way to spend a day appreciating one of our most beautiful and enjoyable locations. Environmental artist Zach Pine created this event in 2005 as a way to connect people with each other and the natural world. This event combines beach cleanup with creative activities. Using sand rocks, shells and other natural objects, beach goers work alone and in groups to spontaneously create outdoor sculptures. The beach is transformed into a playful and evolving sculpture gallery. Get your buckets and shovels out and make a difference while “playing” at the beach! Get the details.
Oakland Earth Day
Calling all East Bay tomatoes! You can join the over 3,000 volunteers across the city to clean and green Oakland’s parks, creeks and streets. Last year hearty volunteers pitched in more than 15,000 hours at ninety sites across Oakland. Generally, volunteers end up removing enough trash and green waste to fill more than 4,000 thirty-five-gallon garbage cans! Let’s do our part and pitch in to clean up! To volunteer visit: www.oaklandearthday.org
April 27 – May 1. Art Market San Francisco
Have you already seen the exhibits at the De Young and Legion of Honor? Looking for more? If you just want to explore, discover or acquire new art and explore art trends around the globe, the 6th annual Art Market in San Francisco returns. There are works from over 60 up and coming galleries around the country. This vast collection of amazing art comes together at Fort Mason with a preview event on the 27th, an art party on the 28th, and general hours the 29th – 1st. Get your checkbooks ready! Get the details.
April 27. Cecil Williams – Film Screening & a GLIDE Talk.
Everyone in the bay is familiar with Rev. Cecil Williams, the legendary leader of GLIDE Church. What you may not know is that in 1975 a television program was created focusing on the now famous Rev. Williams. After four decades buried in the place wherever VCR’s go, the program is now available for showing. The essence of the now 86-year-old Reverend is captured in this show. His charismatic nature and fiery focus shines through and depicts Williams as he was when he began mesmerizing audiences at GLIDE. Following the screening, Rev. Williams, Janice Mirikitani and Hon. Willie L. Brown Jr. will reminisce about this unique era in San Francisco’s history. Hearing these three SF icons as they provide insight on community that has been created throughout the years will no doubt, be inspiring and an evening to be remembered. Wed. April 27th 6:00 p.m. Free of charge. GLIDE, 330 Ellis St. Get the details.
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