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Bayview Connect #3
Thursday, April 4, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
The Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre cordially invites you to the third Bayview CONNECT social event. Residents, artists, business owners and people working or with other connections to Bayview will meet each other and connect. We are activating the Bayview Town Center - a three-block stretch of Third Street from McKinnnon to Palou, and the "public block" east of the BVOH up to Lane, including the Joeseph Lee Gym and the Leola Hacard Early Educaiton School. The time is Thursday, April 4th, from 6 – 8PM.
The Bayview Opera House, sitting at the heart of the Bayview Town Center, would like to be more connected with our surroundings and most importantly, the people who live, work or like to come here. We hope that includes all of you!
At the Bayview Connect #3 event we will spend most of our time in conversation with each other, and 20 - 30 minutes will be dedicated to giving resident groups and other participants the opportunity to introduce themselves to everyone and share their goals and ambitions (2 minutes or less each). You will also have the opportunity to speak to Bayview Opera House staff members individually throughout the evening and let us know what you would like to see here and how you can get more involved.
A $5 donation to support the food provided by our local restaurants and musicians would be appreciated.
The evening will feature the exciting live music and light refreshments by Radio Africa Kitchen and Auntie April's Chicken and Waffles.
PC Munoz and Danny Zigarelli will provide musical entertainment and share acoustic beats and freaky electronics. Check them out: http://www.pcmunoz.com/ or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pcmunoz
The American Red Cross is co-sponsoring the event together with the Port of San Francisco. The Red Cross will give out emergency kits to all attendees and the port will solicit more feedback for the proposed art for the grain silo. Thanks to both!
Please feel free to pass this invitation on to other Bayview residents who you think would also like to connect!
I’m looking forward to seeing you again or for the first time on April 4th!
Bayview Opera House
When & Where
Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre
Bayview Opera House
Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre
4705 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94124
To serve as the focal point for the Art and Culture in the Bayview Hunters Point community by providing accessible and diverse, high-quality arts education, cultural programs and community events in a safe environment.
To pursue high standards of excellence in arts instruction and diverse programming, to encourage youth to participate in the arts, to foster a sense of community and cultivate relationships that are respectful, inspirational and inclusive.
The Bayview Opera House, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) formed in 1989 to operate the Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre.
The South San Francisco Opera House, as it was originally called, opened on October 4, 1888 by Masonic Lodge #212, to house art performances and community gatherings. The Bayview Opera House (BVOH) is one of four city-owned cultural centers operated by a nonprofit organization providing cultural and arts programming to under-served communities in San Francisco.
The BVOH is available for rent for both public and private events, with a focus on providing affordable space to artists and arts organizations producing cultural events.
The Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre is 124 years old and is known for being the city’s first and oldest opera house.
We are San Francisco's historic landmark building No. 8 and as of March 21, 2011 we were inducted into the National Register of Historic Places as a National Landmark!