Events: December 10, 2017

10:00 am - 4:00 pm
SF Conservatory of Flowers San Francisco

Now through January 7, 2018; Daily except Mondays, 10am-4pm

Get eye to eye with a butterfly in the exhibit Butterflies & Blooms at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park. The popular exhibit has been extended by overwhelming demand until January 7, 2018. The Special Exhibit gallery has been transformed into a beautiful and intimate cottage garden aflutter with hundreds of butterflies on the wing including magnificent monarchs, western swallowtails, painted ladies, and more.

The Butterfly Bungalow at the entrance to the gallery also allows you to observe the pupae in their chrysalis stage. You never know, you may be lucky enough to catch the moment when one of these delicate beauties emerges.

$8 and under.

Presented by Conservatory of Flowers

All Day
Oakland Museum of California Oakland

Question Bridge: Black Males

Through February 25, 2018

Hailed as one of the Bay Area’s Top Exhibitions in 2012 by the San Francisco Chronicle, Question Bridge: Black Males returns to the Oakland Museum of California this fall. Immerse yourself in intimate videos–woven together and arranged to simulate face-to-face conversations between participants–among a diverse group of 150 black men across the United States. Hear these men answer each other’s questions with exceptional honesty and vulnerability, and share stories, beliefs, and values in a personal portrayal of their lives. Encompassing themes of family, love, interracial relationships, community, education, and wisdom, Question Bridge: Black Males presents nuanced portraits of past, present, and future of black men in American society. Listen, watch, learn, and start your own conversations with this profoundly moving installation.

In 2012, the Oakland Museum of California presented Question Bridge: Black Males, an innovative and widely exhibited video installation from artists Chris Johnson and Hank Willis Thomas in collaboration with Bayeté Ross Smith and Kamal Sinclair. Joining the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture and the Brooklyn Museum, OMCA is proud to acquire this groundbreaking and poignant work for its collection.

3:00 am - 9:00 am
Oakland Museum of California Oakland

Metamorphosis & Migration: Days of the Dead
Through January 14, 2018

This year, OMCA’s biennial Days of the Dead exhibition is inspired by the lifecycle of the Monarch Butterfly. Known for its mass migration each winter, this butterfly’s journey spans several generations, all of whom follow the same routes their ancestors took. In Mexico, the returning Monarchs also symbolize the returning souls of loved ones who have passed away.

In Metamorphosis & Migration: Days of the Dead, explore ofrendas and artworks inspired by the Monarch’s migration and themes of tradition and transformation. View rarely-seen butterfly specimens from OMCA’s collection alongside newly commissioned artworks. Artist Hung Liu honors her mother’s passing through a series of heartfelt paintings. Favianna Rodriguez ponders migration and immigration in a new way using her “Migration is Beautiful” butterfly imagery. Chris Treggiari and Peter Foucault honor colleague Alex Ghassan, who lost his life in the tragic Ghost Ship fire. And, traditional Days of the Dead altars by Bea Carrillo Hocker and Rafael Jesús González, as well as installations by Oakland International High School and Thornhill Elementary School, energize this communal space for reflection and empowerment in these turbulent times.

10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Oakland Museum of California Oakland

Nature’s Gift: Humans, Friends & the Unknown

Through January 21, 2018

This fall, experience the world premiere of Nature’s Gift: Humans, Friends & the Unknown, a dazzling immersive experience that takes you through the rainbow into another world. A one-of-a-kind and interactive environment by FriendsWithYou–the artist collective including Samuel Borkson and Arturo Sandoval III–the large-scale, light-filled installation sparks joy and positivity, and sets the stage for friendship, magic, and social connection. A soothing, multi-sensory experience for all ages, we invite you to allow your senses to get lost in this imaginative and otherworldly place. There is a $4 charge for this special exhibition in addition to regular Museum admission.

10:00 am - 7:00 pm

11月18日至12月17日 每週六、日 早上10:00至下午7:00


8:00 am - 5:00 pm
華埠公共衛生局 San Francisco

位於三藩市的華埠公共衛生局 ( 前第四衛生局 ),將於今年 12月份舉辦 加州兒童護理班  課程。這課程符合加州政府托兒牌照局規格,專為在家中作托兒工作者而設。加州政府規定所有家庭托兒工作者必須接受最少十六小時的兒童護理訓練。

在過去多年中,華埠公共衛生局一直為三藩市及灣區的家庭托兒工作者提供中文教授的  加州兒童護理  課程。用國 / 粵語教授的課程,將於12月2日及12月16日 (星期六) ,上午8時至下午5時,在華埠公共衛生局舉行。課程需預先報名,收費為一百八十元,考試合格者,將獲得美國紅十字會証書三份。

 加州兒童護理  課程內容包括兒童預防性健康與安全;傳染病的預防;患病兒童的照料;預防兒童損傷;兒童急救技巧及兒童、嬰兒心肺復甦法等等。

華埠公共衛生局位於三藩市美臣街一四九零號,百老匯街隧道頂。如欲索取報名表或問題查詢,請電 (415) 364-7906保健教育部。

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Come, see and build

This is an event for the whole family. Check out a 90 square feet lego winter display. Afterwards kids and adults can enjoy building with the pile of lego.
This is a fundraiser and all proceeds will go to the Principled Academy 7th/ 8th grade Washington DC trip.

Location: The Principled Academy, 2305 Washington ave, San Leandro, CA

Date and time: December 9, 2017 – January 7, 2018.
10 AM – 5 PM
12 PM – 5 PM
all other days closed

Cost $2 per person, ages 2 and under FREE (Cash only at the door)


11:00 am - 5:00 pm
California Academy of Sciences San Francisco CA

The California Academy of Sciences is a world-class scientific and cultural institution in Golden Gate Park, a 400,000 square foot structure that houses an aquarium, a planetarium a natural history museum and a four-story rainforest all under a living roof.Come and join the quarterly Free Sundays.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
中華文化中心, Hilton Hotel 3rd Floor San Francisco

You are cordially invited to attend our Nanjing Ji , 20th Anniversary on December 10, 2017, at 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Hilton Hotel, 750 KearnySt. 3rd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108.

Nanjing Ji is an annual vigil of remembrance and vigil of commitment to
honor the 300,000 victims of Nanjing Massacre who were tortured,
murdered, and many raped by the Japanese Imperial government during
WWII. After 80 years, Japan still has not apologized. There can be
no statute of limitations when it comes to genocide against humanity.
In 2015, The Documents of Nanjing Massacre
was accepted and now inscribed on the Memory of the World Register
by the International Advisory Committee of UNESCO’s Memory of the
World Programme.

At the end of the program, the Comfort Women Justice Coalition
Will conduct a tour of the Comfort Women” Memorial located
In St. Mary’s Square Extension,
Please join us in support and prayers for the victims of December, 1937 Nanjing Massacre

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Davies Symphony Hall San Francisco

Hear Prokofiev’s timeless musical fable of a boy and his animal friends, a beloved work that has introduced generations to the orchestra through musical storytelling. Watch and listen as the internationally acclaimed San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra brings this delightful fairytale to life, illustrating each character with a particular instrument and melody. Then, stay for a sing-along featuring your favorite holiday songs.

Kids under 18 half price!*

*Subject to availability.

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