events: Buyer Information Night 4/25/19, Rockwell, San Francisco - 04/24/19 07:48 PM
Come join Tom Parke, sales manager at Mason-McDuffie, Lottie Kendall, Realtor at Compass, and Rachael Kendall, team associate, as we demystify the buying process and answer fundamental questions like:
how do I know if I'm qualified to buy anything? what's a credit score and how do I know if mine is good? how much down payment must I have? rents are sky-high in San Francisco; is it possible for me to buy a place of my own? These are typical questions we are often asked, the Buyer Information Night makes it easy to learn and ask questions in a friendly, no-pressure environment. 
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events: San Francisco City Chorus program May 4, 2019 - 04/10/19 09:24 PM
The San Francisco City Chorus has been working hard, preparing a treat for us!
 
Who: San Francisco City Chorus, a community group of about 30 singers
What: Spring Concert, with pieces by Franz Schubert, Felix Mendelssohn and Alexander Gretchaninov
Where: Old First Presbyterian Church, 1751 Sacramento Street (corner of Van Ness Avenue), San Francisco 94109
When: Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 3:00 PM
Why: To provide us a joyful, peaceful respite in the midst of our busy days
 
If you're in the San Francisco Bay Area, please come and join us. I think you'll be glad you did.
San Francisco City Chorus ...where the City sings
 
 
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events: New, Larger store for Russian Hill Bookstore, San Francisco - 07/12/17 11:40 AM
Russian Hill Bookstore, a family-owned store in business since 1974 and one of San Francisco's legacy businesses, has recently moved two blocks south on Polk Street to a larger location. 
In an era where independent bookstores are struggling, it's great to see Russian Hill Bookstore flourishing and growing. Since they are open 10:00 - 10:00 every day, it's easy to stop by while shopping, or for sine after-dinner browsing. Here you'll find a wide array of both new and used books, a section for toys and games, a wide variety of cards, and many San Francisco-themed items perfect for gifts.
You're invited to come … (20 comments)

events: September-Time to End Childhood Cancer - 09/18/16 01:15 AM
September 24, 2016 -- that's the day people in cities all over the country will be taking time to help end childhood cancer.
In San Francisco, the St. Jude Walk/run to End Childhood Cancer will take place at the San Francisco Zoo. If you haven't pre-registered, you can do so at 7:00 AM. The 5K walk/run begins at 8:00 AM, and is suitable for the entire family. You participation will help raise needed funds to continue the research for treatment of childhood cancers that St. Jude's has sponsored since 1962. Treatments invented at St. Jude's have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival … (13 comments)

events: Celebration at San Francisco's City Hall - 06/19/15 12:52 AM
There's a celebration in San Francisco today, the San Francisco City Hall Centennial Celebration
Festivities begin at 6:00 PM Friday, June 19, 2015 and last throughout the evening.
Public tours are given daily, or click here to take a virtual tour of the magnificent building that was built after the 1906 earthquake Enjoy the live entertainment, featuring music from various eras of the past 100 years Feast on food-truck fare After dark, watch a multi-media show projected on the facade of City Hall
San Francisco's magnificent City Hall attracts residents and visitors alike and is the grand setting for many weddings, both large … (8 comments)

events: Get Your Party On ... or Leave Town for the Day - 05/16/15 02:12 AM
Yes, friends, Sunday May 17, 2015 San Francisco will turn into a huge moving party with the annual Bay to Breakers Run starting at 8:00 AM.
The 12K foot race (and I use that term loosely) known as the Bay to Breakers has been an annual event since 1912, and gets zanier by the year. With more than 50,000 participants and well over 100,000 spectators, one can barely shuffle along until well after the Hayes Street Hill and Alamo Park. It's not until one enters Golden Gate Park that the crowds thin out enough to run, and then it's an ego … (23 comments)

events: Hometown Days, San Carlos CA 94070 - 05/15/15 01:44 AM
Yes, it's that time of year again, when the City of San Carlos celebrates with Hometown Days...Where Everyone Plays!
Celebrating its 35th year, Hometown Days begins today, Friday May 15, 2015 and continues throughout the weekend.
Kick off for the weekend begins at 5:00 PM Friday evening at Burton Park, with the San Carlos Education Foundation Kids' Concert. Bring a picnic, or sample the food trucks - either way, its bound to be fun
Saturday highlights begin with the Hometown Days parade through downtown San Carlos, going right past my office, while Sunday starts with a Fun Run, a pancake breakfast and a … (7 comments)

events: Spring Book Sale - Ft. Mason Center, San Francisco - 03/31/15 12:17 AM
It's time for the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library spring book sale.
Like the September book sale, proceeds benefit the San Francisco Public Library's education programs to promote literacy for children, teens and adults.
You'll find many thousands of books and other media, with everything priced at $3 or less, with a 3-2-1 scale: $3-hard cover books; $2-paperback books; $1-DVDs, CDs, books on tape, vinyl, and other forms of media. 
The Spring Book Sale is FREE and open to the public. The venue: Festival Pavilion at beautiful Ft. Mason Center, at the edge of San Francisco bay.
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events: San Francisco City Chorus Presents..... - 11/03/14 09:23 PM
San Francisco City Chorus presents their Fall concert for your enjoyment. Two performances from which to choose:
November 14, 2014 - 8:00 PM -- Mission Dolores, San Francisco
November 16, 2014 - 3:00 PM -- First Presbyterian Church, Oakland
Tickets available at the door, $20 adults; $15.00 Seniors/college students.
Advance sale prices: $15/adults; $12.00/Seniors & college students.
For more information:
call: 415-968-9523 email: mail@sfcitychorus.com web: www.sfcitychorus.com
 
 
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