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Singles Wine Tasting Party San Francisco East Bay Livermore Saturday Apr 24 4:00pm       $(10)

Singles Wine Tasting Party San Francisco East Bay

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09 Days 18 Hours 04 Minutes

Meet new single friends who appreciate fine wines! Only $10 at the door includes tasting 3 great wines, OUTDOORS in the lovely Livermore Valley! Adults of all ages welcome. Saturday, April 24, 2021, 4-6pm. BRING A MASK AND PROOF OF VACCINATION. Your safety is our greatest priority! If you have not yet been fully vaccinated, please wait for one of many parties coming soon. No vaccine is 100% effective, so that’s why we are doing an outdoor party with these requirements. LOCATION: Pat Paulsen Vineyards, 5143 Tesla Road, Livermore CA 94550. From Hwy 580 take N Livermore Avenue exit and continue onto Tesla Road. Free parking. MORE EVENTS at www.thepartyhotline.com. Click on the dates that interest you. April 17, Covid’s Going Away Party! April 23-25, Yosemite Hiking Vacation April 24, East Bay Wine Tasting Party April 27, Marin Wine Tasting Party Aug 26-31, Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls Adventure Dec 2-7, Best of Puerto Rico Jan 6-10, Perfect 4 Days on Oahu, Hawaii Sponsored by The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization. All events are fundraisers for The Seva Foundation, www.seva.org, to restore sight to the blind.

When: Saturday Apr 24 4:00pm

Where: Pat Paulsen Vineyards

5143 Tesla Road Livermore CA

Admission: 10

WebSite: https://www.thepartyhotline.com

Contact: Rich Gosse, rich@richgosse.com, 4155079962

Category: Singles 4 id: 15478

If you are vaccinated it is time for SINGLES TRAVEL San Francisco Thursday May 13 - ...       $(628-1388)

If you are vaccinated it is time for SINGLES TRAVEL

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28 Days 18 Hours 34 Minutes

Hopefully we will all be vaccinated soon against Covid-19. Please join our friendly singles as we tour the world affordably! May 13-18, Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls Adventure Oct 28 – Nov 1, Perfect 4 Days on Oahu, Hawaii Dec 2-7, Best of Puerto Rico MORE EVENTS at www.thepartyhotline.com. March 27-28, Sonoma Wine Tasting Weekend April 17, Covid’s Going Away Party! Co-sponsored by The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; Bay Area Singles Events; and many others. All parties are fundraisers for The Seva Foundation, www.seva.org, to restore sight to the blind.

When: Thursday May 13 - Tuesday May 18

Where: San Francisco Bay Area

San Francisco Bay Area CA US San Francisco CA

Admission: 628-1388

WebSite: https://www.thepartyhotline.com

Contact: Rich Gosse, rich@richgosse.com, 4154793800

Category: Singles 4 id: 15475

The Genius of Bach A FiveWeek Online Music Seminar Everywhere Thursday May 27 7:00pm       $25 Single Class / $100 one 5-week series / $175 t

The Genius of Bach A FiveWeek Online Music Seminar

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Join Carnegie Mellon University Professor, Stephen Schultz, in his newest music history course exploring the life and work of Johann Sebastian Bach. This online 5-week course is a chronological retrospective of Bach's life and works, covering major aspects of his instrumental and vocal music. Learn about the principles of historically informed performance practice in relation to modern and period instrument performances of Bach's music. Discover the musical influences that affected Bach's work as we work our way through his incredible musical journey and finish up with the masterpieces of his final decade: B Minor Mass, Goldberg Variations, and the Art of the Fugue. Week I: Introduction / Instrumental music. organ, violin, and keyboard. We will cover Preludes and Fugues for organ, Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin, and the French and English Suites for keyboard. Week II: The Brandenburg Concertos. An in-depth survey of these six masterpieces of 18th?century chamber music. Week III: Cantatas and St. John Passion. A selection of movements from the over 200 surviving cantatas and a guided tour through Bach’s first musical account of the last days of Jesus. Week IV: The B Minor Mass. An exploration of Bach’s own compilation of his “greatest hits”. One of the towering monuments in all Classical music. Week V: The Goldberg Variations and Art of the Fugue. Bach’s great exploration of the theme and variations form and a look at the summation of his art of writing fugues.

When: Thursday May 27 7:00pm

Where: Online

Everywhere Everywhere CA

Admission: $25 Single Class / $100 one 5-week series / $175 t

WebSite: https://www.rhythmix.org/events/genius-of-bach/

Contact: Rhythmix, info@rhythmix.org, 510-865-5060

Category: Other 13 id: 15476

The Genius of Bach A FiveWeek Online Music Seminar Everywhere Thursday Apr 22 - ...       $25 Single Class / $100 one 5-week series / $175 t

The Genius of Bach A FiveWeek Online Music Seminar

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Join Carnegie Mellon University Professor, Stephen Schultz, in his newest music history course exploring the life and work of Johann Sebastian Bach. This online 5-week course is a chronological retrospective of Bach's life and works, covering major aspects of his instrumental and vocal music. Learn about the principles of historically informed performance practice in relation to modern and period instrument performances of Bach's music. Discover the musical influences that affected Bach's work as we work our way through his incredible musical journey and finish up with the masterpieces of his final decade: B Minor Mass, Goldberg Variations, and the Art of the Fugue. Week I: Introduction / Instrumental music. organ, violin, and keyboard. We will cover Preludes and Fugues for organ, Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin, and the French and English Suites for keyboard. Week II: The Brandenburg Concertos. An in-depth survey of these six masterpieces of 18th?century chamber music. Week III: Cantatas and St. John Passion. A selection of movements from the over 200 surviving cantatas and a guided tour through Bach’s first musical account of the last days of Jesus. Week IV: The B Minor Mass. An exploration of Bach’s own compilation of his “greatest hits”. One of the towering monuments in all Classical music. Week V: The Goldberg Variations and Art of the Fugue. Bach’s great exploration of the theme and variations form and a look at the summation of his art of writing fugues.

When: Thursday Apr 22 - Thursday May 27

Where: Online

Everywhere Everywhere CA

Admission: $25 Single Class / $100 one 5-week series / $175 t

WebSite: https://www.rhythmix.org/events/genius-of-bach/

Contact: Rhythmix, info@rhythmix.org, 510-865-5060

Category: Other 13 id: 15474

Performance Art Learning Gallery Virtual Reception Everywhere Friday Apr 16 7:00pm       RSVP – for FREE Zoom link

Performance Art Learning Gallery Virtual Reception

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A virtual reception and online exhibit featuring the work of artists Malik Seneferu, Sharon Virtue, Rupy C. Tut and Maryln Mori Inspired by the Rhythmix Performance, Art & Learning (PAL) program and sponsored by Alameda Education Foundation’s Art Across the Island, the Spring 2021 PAL Gallery brings together four visual artists, Malik Seneferu, Sharon Virtue, Rupy C. Tut and Maryln Mori, whose work celebrates the local cultures and communities that make living in the Bay Area so unique. Each artist creates work with very diverse themes and content including African masks with bold lines, abstract variations of shape and color, Indian (Pahari) miniature painting and nature drawings filled with calligraphy, as well as acrylic paintings of "life, stilled" fruits and vegetables. During the reception, the artists will share characteristic pieces from their collections, show the videos they developed for the PAL program and discuss the motivations that drive their work. Rhythmix Performance, Art & Learning (PAL) is a youth arts education program developed in collaboration with the Alameda Unified School District for elementary students in Grades 2-5. PAL fosters awareness about world cultures and empowers underserved youth through exposure to world music and dance. Rhythmix offers this program at no cost to over 3,000 students annually. Alameda Education Foundation (AEF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting educational opportunities for Alameda public school students. For the 2020-21 school year, AEF’s Art Across the Island program is partnering with Rhythmix to provide a visual art component aligning with RCW’s PAL program that includes a video demonstration by featured artists along with a student project based on each artist’s work.

When: Friday Apr 16 7:00pm

Where: Online

Everywhere Everywhere CA

Admission: RSVP – for FREE Zoom link

WebSite: https://www.rhythmix.org/upcoming-exhibits/

Contact: Rhythmix, info@rhythmix.org, 510-865-5060

Category: Art Exhibits 3 id: 15477

Fine Art in the Park Los Altos Saturday Aug 14 - ...       Free

Fine Art in the Park

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21 Days 12 Hours 04 Minutes

Attend Los Altos Rotary’s “Fine Art in the Park” show on August 14-15, 2021. Over 100 juried artists will show and sell their paintings, sculptures, textiles, wood and glass work and jewelry and more! See it all at rotaryartshow.com This event, under the beautiful redwoods of Lincoln Park, also features all-day entertainment including jazz, blues, and rock and roll music on the stage, next to booths for beer and wine, burritos, crepes, Chef Chu's chicken salad, and ice cream. It's a fun day for the entire family! Mark your calendar for good times and to find the art that touches your heart for the home, garden or office. And, like every year, a portion of your every purchase goes toward Rotary's charitable programs to help those in need, locally and internationally.

When: Saturday Aug 14 - Sunday Aug 15

Where: Lincoln Park

Los Altos North Los Altos Santa Clara County Los Altos CA

Admission: Free

WebSite: www.rotaryartshow.com

Contact: Carol Dabb, cdabb@cdabbart.com, 650 941 1907

Category: Community Festivals 5 id: 15479