Weekend Planner: February 19


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Every Friday we put together a list of the weekend events we think look most interesting and provide them here. Keep in mind there is always a lot more going on, and all it takes is a little digging to find something that will be the perfect activity for you.

Click on any of the event titles for a link to the event.

Friday, February 19


Frozen

Frozen Sing Along

Carlemont Performing Arts Center, Belmont

6:30 PM, All Ages

$5 Suggested Donation







We will be showing the Disney animated favorite, FROZEN, on our movie screen with sing along lyrics! Sing along with Elsa,  Anna, and Olaf! Costumes are encouraged, and there will be concessions sold in our lobby. Kids age 12 and under that bring in a coloring page (found on our website www.carlmontchoirs.com) will be entered in a drawing to receive a prize. Seating is general admission. $5 Suggested Donation per person








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I Am This Motorcycle

Heron Arts, San Francisco

6 PM, All Ages

Free



I am this motorcycle: A journey into the world of motorcyclists and their stories. “As long as I can remember, the possibility of moving forwards, be it on a bicycle, a skateboard, in a car and more specifically on a motorcycle has always been part of my life. It fascinates me how rolling the throttle and releasing the clutch generates motion… It is a very personal thing, yet there are so many others across the world who share the same passion as I’ve discovered on this journey.” — Jean-Philippe Defaut

An immersive experience featuring large-scale portrait photography, interviews, sculptures, archival ephemera and commissioned works by other artists. “I am this motorcycle” is an ongoing conversation, a portrait story with fellow motorcyclists and motorcycles: their rides, travels, challenges, encounters, designs, engineering and evolution.




Saturday, February 20


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Chinatown Street Fair

Chinatown, San Francisco

10 AM, All Ages

Free







Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Chinatown. The Chinatown Community Street Fair takes place the weekend of the Chinese New Year Parade and is an opportunity to experience Chinese cultural arts such as lantern and kite making, calligraphy, fine arts demonstrations, folk dance, and puppet shows.

Traditional and modern entertainment perform on the main stage both days. Enjoy colorful folk dance from throughout Asia, acrobats, lion dancing, and magic demonstrations. Attendance at the two day fair is about 500,000. Come be a part of all the fun and magic as well as the incredible “Block of Fortune.”



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“Art Murmer” Walking Tour, Live Painting, And Ber Garden Opening

Classic Cars West, Oakland

2 PM, Ages: 21+

Free

Going beyond the traditional white-walls gallery, February’s Oakland Art Murmur tour will take a look at mixed-use art venues that integrate creative space and other businesses.

Meet at Classic Cars West during the live painting/installation of the March exhibition coinciding with the opening of a new beer garden in the space. Then, head on a tour of other Uptown art and alternative spaces.

Every third Saturday, the Oakland Art Murmur presents a free guided walking tour based on a different theme each tour.

Tours take place on the third Saturday of each month and are led by prominent Oakland gallery directors, curators, writers, and artists.





ArTasting

10th Annual ARTasting Party

Behan’s Irish Pub, Burlingame

7 PM, Ages: 21+

Free

I would like to thank all my friends, family and clients who have supported me, my business, and my ARTasting events for the past 10 YEARS!!! Please join me on Saturday, February 20th as we celebrate 10 years in business.

It was 10 years ago on February 4, 2006 that ARTdeezine, LLC officially opened it’s doors and we celebrated with a party at Warhouse 1310 in the Mission…

First Annual ARTasting Party, Feb. 4, 2016

It was such a fun party it became an annual tradition and ARTasting was born. Each year we have showcased local art and music at differnt venues throughout the city and the Peninsula and celebrated the beauty and bounty of San Francisco and the Bay Area with delicious, local food and wine vendors. We also produced a calendar showcasing the art from each art show to be taken home by all event attendees. Its been an honor and pleasure to work with so many talented artists and artisans contributing to this annual event so thank you to everyone who has been a part of ARTasting throughout the years.

As some of you may know I am embarking on a new career and just started the CCSF Fire Academy. Becoming a firefighter is a life long dream of mine and if I don’t go for it now I never will, so here goes! I will continue to run ARTdeezine (even after I graduate from the academy) but will put ARTasting events and the CoZone on hold for awhile or possibly perminently.

Please come out and celebrate with me as I close this chapter and start a new one. Be sure to come hungry because we will have a ***ROCK STAR TACO GUY*** serving yummy taco’s on the back patio from 7-9pm. The bar is cash only and you must be 21 years old to attend.

Looking forward to having a fun evening with all of you… my wonderful friends, family, and clients who have been so supportive over the past 10 years!

Sunday, February 21


TECH

TECH Fasion Week 2016: Digital Age of Fashion Opening Reception and Geek Style Runway Show

Saks 5th Avenue, San Francisco

6 PM, All Ages

$22