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Cesar Chavez & Randall
@ Cesar Chavez & Randall
@ Cesar Chavez & Randall
Celebrating the 15th SF Documentary Film Festival
June 2-16, 2016
Roxie Theatre, Great Star Theater, and Vogue Theater
Join the 4th annual San Mateo County Pride Festival on Saturday, June 4, 2016 from 11am to 5pm at San Mateo Central Park! Enjoy a fun-filled day of live music, family friendly activities, local art and merchandise, entertainment, and local resources.
This is a family friendly, free event and everyone is welcome! Sign up online at www.smcpride.eventbrite.com. For more information about Pride and to participate as a contributor or to volunteer, visit smchealth.org/pride. Follow the latest festival details on Facebook at facebook.com/PRIDEInitiativeSMC.
This year’s theme is Pride without Borders: Embracing Culture and Diversity, which emphasizes the importance of recognizing how culture, race, marginalized sexual orientation, and gender identity overlap and affect our community.
The 2016 Pride Celebration provides an opportunity for all communities to come together, learn from each other, and share a common experience.
For more information about this event: http://www.smchealth.org/bhrs/ode/pride
Grab your friends and head to The PIER for an evening of wine, music and fun at the PIER 39 Summer Wine Pour on Thursday, June 9! Stroll The PIER and stop by participating businesses to enjoy wine tastings, light bites, exclusive discounts, and live music and entertainment from 4 – 8 PM. Attendees will receive wine tastings, discounts at participating businesses, a commemorative wine glass and more. A portion of ticket sales will benefit Aquarium of the Bay’s free conservation programs for Bay Area children. Produced by Steven Restivo Event Services, Inc. For event information, restrictions and to purchase tickets, visit pier39.com.
For more information about this event: http://www.pier39.com/home/events/pier-39-summer-wine-pour/
Saturday, June 18 at 2pm & 8pm, Sunday, June 19, at 4 pm
Performances by: Alafia Dance Ensemble (Haitian Traditional); Antoine Hunter of Urban Jazz Dance Company (American Sign Language Dance); Ballet Folklorico Mexico Danza (Mexican Folkloric – Jalisco); Ballet Lisanga Congolese Performing Arts Company (Congolese Traditional); Charya Burt Cambodian Dance (Cambodian Classical); Jubilee American Dance Theatre (US Regional Social Dances); Juli Kim (Korean Traditional); Los Danzantes de Aztlan de Fresno State (Mexican Traditional – Veracruz); Tiruchitrambalam (Indian Bharatanatyam); Xpressions (Indian Folkloric).
Presented by San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival.
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