Go Electric! PG&E PEV Test Drive

11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Moscone South
San Francisco  

Come test drive a range of plug-in electric vehicles at the first Go Electric! PG&E PEV Test Drive event, held at the San Francisco Auto Show, outside of Moscone South, from November 24-25th. Take a high-tech spin in an electric BMW, Cadillac, Ford, Mercedes, Nissan, or Smart between 11am-3pm. Get ready to be surprised and wowed by the smooth feel and incredible power of these electric vehicles and learn about how PG&E is putting clean power in clean cars for just one dollar per “gallon.” You’ll walk away with a great give-away and EV stats so interesting you’ll be telling your friends for weeks!

Please click here to learn more about this event.

Gold & Silver Christmas Ball

1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Chinese American Citizens Alliance – S.F Lodge
San Francisco  

Self-Help for the Elderly is hosting a Gold & Silver Christmas Ball on 12/2.  The event is featuring lots of fun activities including dance, music, refreshments, raffle drawing, nutritious dinner and much more!  To purchase your ticket, please go to Self-Help for the Elderly senior center.

For more information: please contact Kari Mak at (415)677-7580.

Senior Christmas Party

1:30 pm - 4:15 pm
Old Saint Mary’s Cathedral
San Francisco 

Self-Help for the Elderly will be hosting a Christmas Celebration event for the seniors on 12/12/2014 at San Francisco Old Saint Mary’s Cathedral.  People can enjoy live performance including music, dance, Chinese Opera, magic show and other amazing performances.  There will be raffle drawing and nutritious dinner available as well.  Every person who comes to this event will receive a special gift.  Ticket is $6 per person ($2 Nutritious Meal suggested donation included).  Please visit your nearby Self-Help  branch to purchase your tickets.

For more information: 415-677-7580

Kimochi Silver Bells Arts & Crafts and Food Faire!

10:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Event Center at St. Mary’s Cathedral
San Francisco 

Shop smart, have fun and feel good at Silver Bells, where a percentage of all of your purchases will help support Kimochi’s programs and services for seniors! You’ll find lots of unique and budget-friendly items, many inspired by Asian/Pacific Island designs.

Silver Bells offers FREE Admission, and FREE Shuttle Service to/from Japantown (stops at Post/Buchanan Sts.).

For more information: Call Kimochi, Inc. at (415) 931-2294 or visit http://www.kimochi-inc.org/silverbells.htm

Flamenco Performance: Juerga

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Historic Hoover Theatre
San Jose 


The Flamenco Society of San Jose presents “Juerga” an extra ordinary evening of Flamenco.  Featuring a great cast of professional flamenco artists; Singer; Mercedes Molina, dancer; Koko de la Isla, guitarist; Jorge Liceaga, and various other spectacular dancers and artists, Special guest, flamenco group “Ida y vuelta”.

This performance showcases some of the best Bay Area flamenco artists. Performing music, song and dance from Andalusia in southern Spain. Flamenco noted for its energetic and passionate style guarantees a performance full of power, magic and purity.

Experience an intimate night of “Juerga” in San Jose. The admission charge for this event is only $19 General admission, $15 for students / senior citizens and $12 for children.

Purchase by Phone: 1-800-838-3006
On Line: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/902268

Elements of Rhythm: Drums of Asia

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Oakland Asian Cultural Center

Elements of Rhythm: Drums of Asia” is a unique family-friendly event that will include performances by five world-class performing groups representing countries from throughout Asia, including Kyoungil Ong of Korean Traditional Performing Arts Center of San Francisco Bay Area. Showtime is 4 pm (to approx. 5:30 pm) on Saturday, December 13, 2014 in the heart of Oakland Chinatown at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center (388 9th St. Suite 290 Oakland CA). VIP reception 2:30-3:30.

Tickets available online at oaccasiandrumming.eventbrite.com.

Contact info: 510-637-0455, jplee@oacc.cc, and www.oacc.cc.