Events for July 30, 2017
"Flower Power" exhibit at the Asian Art Museum celebrates San Francisco's "Summer of Love." Learn about the hidden meanings and symbolism of flowers in Asian art - the lotus, plum blossom, cherry blossom, chrysanthemum, tulip, and rose.Find out more »
Don't miss this wonderful exhibit - "Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade" at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco. The collection features 40 impressionist paintings and pastels, many of which have never been exhibited before in the U.S. Admire key works by Degas and other master artists including Renoir, Manet, Mary Cassatt and Toulouse-Lautrec. The exhibit […]Find out more »
Don't miss this fun 50th anniversary celebration of San Francisco's 1967 "Summer of Love" - the exhibit features more than 300 cultural artifacts of art, fashion and Rock & Roll. Displays include Iconic rock posters, photos, interactive music, light shows, costumes... and more! Summer of Love: Art, Fashion and Rock & Roll exhibit runs thru' August […]Find out more »
The Festival of the Arts "Pageant of the Masters" is one of the Top 10 Festivals in the nation. The museum-quality exhibition features over 140 of South Orange County's award-winning local artists in an open outdoor gallery setting. The event runs through August 31st.Find out more »
Free Shakespeare in the Park plays take place every summer at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, New York City. Tickets are free (two per person) at the theater and online. Visit website for more info and Shakespeare show schedules.Find out more »
NYC Restaurant Week features special 3-course $29 lunches and $42 dinners at participating restaurants in New York City. Visit nycgo.com website for more information on restaurants and menus. Bon appetit!Find out more »
Calling all Garlic-lovers! Celebrity Chefs, Garlic Cook-Off Contests, arts & crafts, food and beverages, live entertainment on three stages, children's area, strolling musicians... and more!Find out more »
Free Kite-Making and Kite-Flying Lessons, Taiko Drummers, Free Candy Drops, World's Largest Octopus Kite, Free Rokkaku Battle, Arts & Crafts, Festival Food, Live Music and fun hands-on activities. The Festival takes place at Cesar E. Chavez Park at the Berkeley Marina, at the end of University Avenue. Free Admission.10am-5pm 510-235-KITE (5483)Find out more »
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