Dec
9
to Dec 10

❄️🎁 Holiday Showcase and Sale 🎁❄️

Saturday, December 9th, 4-7pm and Sunday, December 10th, 10am-3pm

Whether you're looking for stocking stuffers or a unique gift for your sweetie, we've got you covered in our first annual Holiday Showcase and Sale featuring three local artisans.

We'll have ceramics and candles by SaraMia Ceramics, organic and hypoallergenic soaps and oils by LaSalle Ave Soaps, and metal art and jewelry by Aimee Golant.

Join Saturday 4-7pm for a bubbly toast to the start of the showcase or drop by on Sunday 10am-2pm for a brunchier vibe.

This will definitely be one of the most fun shopping trips you'll make this season. Don't miss it!




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Nov
11
to Nov 12

Open Studios with Claudia Berman and Liz Tioupine

Open Studios Weekend 5 at Spark Arts!

Join us Saturday and Sunday 11am-6pm as we host two artists for the neighborhood's open studios weekend! There are so many artists in the Castro and we are thrilled to be hosting this year. It's going to be a wet weekend, but what better way to spend it than grabbing a Karl the Fog at Hearth and wandering the 'hood looking at art created by your talented neighbors? See you this weekend!

Claudia Berman

Claudia Berman will be in the gallery all weekend selling her handmade jewelry. Cuffs, rings, bracelets, and necklaces in many shapes and sizes. 

Liz Tioupine

Liz's photography takes the ordinary into the extraordinary. Her eye transforms images into abstract artwork.

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Halloween Puppetry Workshop
Oct
21
to Oct 22

Halloween Puppetry Workshop

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Nick Knave, SF's Punk Rock Puppeteer and favorite werewolf, invites you to a weird weekend event for 6 - 14 year olds at Spark Arts! 2 Days and 2 Different Programs! 

Saturday, October 21; 11 am - 5pm:
We'll explore the history of American Hallowe'en, horror, what makes scary things fun, and, of course, PUPPETS. We'll review some of the best (and worst) puppet monsters from filmland, experiment with our own stage effects while trying various puppet techniques.

AND!

Build a terrifying Custom Creature - Skeleton, Ghost or Zombie - of your own to take home! 

Sunday, October 22; 11am - 7pm:
Learn and rehearse a part in a FRIGHTENINGLY original Hallowe'en themed puppet show, featuring multiple styles (and skill levels) that we'll perform at the end of the day during our MONSTER'S BALL from 6-7. 

PLUS!

Special guest performers, 100% NOT from an insane asylum! 
WE PROMISE!

SIGN UP FOR ONE OR BOTH DAYS - 
WORKSHOP SPACE IS LIMITED TO 20 KIDS

COST:
One Day: $150 p/kid
Both Days: $250 p/kid

Click here to register!

NOTES:
Only 2 kids per family allowed. 

Snacks, including HALLOWE'EN CANDY (and some healthy stuff too), water, and juice WILL BE provided during workshop.

Despite being spooky, we want to avoid the REAL horror of allergic reactions. So, we ask you pack your monster their own lunch and PLEASE list any important dietary restrictions on the registration form!

Cost of class covers materials, snacks, food for the monster's ball, space rental and paying the witch I hired to keep the kids in line.

Send all questions to
nick@nickknave.com

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Wolfram Alderson's Love Icon Show
Jul
28
to Jul 30

Wolfram Alderson's Love Icon Show

Full Schedule of Events:

Friday, July 28, 2017 - Opening Night
6pm - 9pm     General Public welcome; Priority given to Eventbrite RSVPs
5:30 - Call to love #1 - Heart sounds by Helen, Love convocation
6:30 - Call to love #2 - Heart sounds by Helen, Love convocation
7:30 - Call to love #3 - Heart sounds by Helen, Love convocation
8:30 - Call to love #4 - Heart sounds by Helen, Love convocation

Saturday, July 29, 2017 - All Day Love In
10 am - Readings from Puppazo Universo by Elizabeth Olliff
11 am - Love on an Intergalactic Scale - Conversation with Artist, Wolfram Alderson. 
Noon to 6pm - Viewing open to General Public
6 pm - Heart Sounds by Helen Gekakis
7 pm - Metta Meditation by John Martin
8pm -  Is Love Really the Answer? What is Love? 

Sunday, July 30, 2017
9am - 4pm - Viewing open to General Public

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Eccentric Weirdos of Comedy
Jul
26
7:00 PM19:00

Eccentric Weirdos of Comedy

Eccentric Weirdos of Comedy
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Anita Drieseberg is an award winning artist, author, and self-described “Spinster”. Her comedy is rather ridiculous, but the real Anita is only "slightly" ridiculous.  She is a regular at the SF Punchline, and Cobbs Comedy Club and has performed at clubs across the U.S. and Canada.  Anita is the creator of the online animated series "Heckville", the Facebook comic "SanFranita is...",  and her humorous animated shorts have won international prizes! (well, two).  

Anita Drieseberg is an award winning artist, author, and self-described “Spinster”. Her comedy is rather ridiculous, but the real Anita is only "slightly" ridiculous.  She is a regular at the SF Punchline, and Cobbs Comedy Club and has performed at clubs across the U.S. and Canada.  Anita is the creator of the online animated series "Heckville", the Facebook comic "SanFranita is...",  and her humorous animated shorts have won international prizes! (well, two).  

Ray Molina has been a California comedy gem for over ten years, and has earned many awards from the Sacramento mineral society for his resinous and vitreous luster that accounts for the majority of his surface area but below the surface is a complex crystalline construction which is where his brilliance originates. In many cultures he is considered a symbol for love.

Ray Molina has been a California comedy gem for over ten years, and has earned many awards from the Sacramento mineral society for his resinous and vitreous luster that accounts for the majority of his surface area but below the surface is a complex crystalline construction which is where his brilliance originates. In many cultures he is considered a symbol for love.

Mary Van Note is a comedian of the weird variety. She is the creator and star of the award-winning Independent Film Channel web series The Mary Van Note Show: Gavin Really Wants Me. She is a SF Weekly Masterminds grant recipient, a seven-time SF Sketchfest performer, and an Andy Kaufman Award Semi-Finalist. The San Francisco Bay Guardian called her a “Zine-Queen Comedian” as she regularly makes zines, crafts and mini-comics. Her specialties are stick-figures and cross-stitch.

Mary Van Note is a comedian of the weird variety. She is the creator and star of the award-winning Independent Film Channel web series The Mary Van Note Show: Gavin Really Wants Me. She is a SF Weekly Masterminds grant recipient, a seven-time SF Sketchfest performer, and an Andy Kaufman Award Semi-Finalist. The San Francisco Bay Guardian called her a “Zine-Queen Comedian” as she regularly makes zines, crafts and mini-comics. Her specialties are stick-figures and cross-stitch.

Loren Kraut’s awkwardly hilarious, unorthodox style of comedy juxtaposes playfulness with deeply dark humor. She turns grim subject matter, like depression and suicide, on its ear, presenting the bleakness of mental illness with unexpected wit and levity. Ever the outsider, Loren gives us a glimpse into her weird, silly and often tragic world that, in the end, is surprisingly life affirming.

Loren Kraut’s awkwardly hilarious, unorthodox style of comedy juxtaposes playfulness with deeply dark humor. She turns grim subject matter, like depression and suicide, on its ear, presenting the bleakness of mental illness with unexpected wit and levity. Ever the outsider, Loren gives us a glimpse into her weird, silly and often tragic world that, in the end, is surprisingly life affirming.

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Jul
20
6:45 PM18:45

Workshop: Results-Based Leadership with Heather Coros

Presented by Heather Coros: speaker, writer, and life coach.

* Register now to be entered in our drawing for a 60-minute full-body massage from Move Happy Therapeutic Bodywork & Massage!*

Learn new ways of thinking about old problems and break through limitations. In our workplace success workshop, we will focus on results-based leadership. Leadership can take many forms: leading a team, leading a project, taking responsibility, making a difference or even self-leadership.

In 2 hours, learn how to:

  • Identify the essential components you’re missing
  • Overcome challenge in all areas of your life
  • Take action based on psychological tools for sustained results

Join us as we network, collaboratively reflect, and enjoy some snacks and a glass of wine.

Advanced purchase is recommended. To secure your spot, visit http://www.livelaughlovelifecoaching.com/workshops/

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Jun
22
7:00 PM19:00

The Masculine Masquerade: A Conversation with Mohsin Shafi

Image Courtesy Artist Mohsin Shafi; from ‘Spit Roasted Romantica’ In collection of Khurram Kasim, Pakistan.

Image Courtesy Artist Mohsin Shafi; from ‘Spit Roasted Romantica’ In collection of Khurram Kasim, Pakistan.

THE MASCULINE MASQUERADE 

One of the most important and wide-ranging paradigm shifts to arise out of the social, political, and aesthetic upheavals of the 20th century is a sustained, visible challenge to the outdated notion of a hard and fast gender binary. As usual, artists have been at the forefront of these changes, creating works that question the normative assumptions of what our bodies should look like or do while drawing from a variety of perspectives on the subject. These divergent representations are far from a modern development, however in some cultures masculinity has been depicted in very black-and-white terms, particularly in East Asia. Such is the practice of Artist, Mohsin Shafi travelling from Pakistan who inquiries into the complexities of masculinity and gender transcends both time and place, making this a vital if sadly under-theorized facet of Pakistani art. Shafi reveals vulnerability, crisis, and anxiety as foundational to the embattled masculinity complex that has driven politics in Pakistan since the colonial era. In the process he deftly navigates the ethical quagmire of representing his country’s embroiled gender politics for a universal audience. 

The author of numerous collages that recast the Pakistani dream of plenty in pansexual terms, Shafi, like so many artists of his generation, indulges in the era’s carnal abundance, and his appetites and experiences are reflected in the work, which alternates between the revealing and the puerile. An intimate, biographical conversation, ‘The Masculine Masquerade’ attempts to acknowledge masculinity and its social diversity within expansion of traditional parameters to include such important factors as race, class, ethnicity, sexuality and censorship through photo-collages capturing the artist’s polymorphous perversity in the matters of flesh and art.

Mohsin Shafi is an interdisciplinary artist mostly living and working in Lahore, Pakistan. His work investigates the blurred edges between identity and the intentions of identity, attempting to capture what he sees and record their frail existence, only to return and relive. Picking from actual personal narratives, as well as records and references, Shafi adds on to the visuals in a way that actually exposes a deep-set discomfort. His works are intricate, layered and complex. They make use of public access images from newspapers and magazines, photographs culled from the Internet, sewn together to form elaborate compositions that speak directly of the political milieu of his time. 

Mohsin’s artistic practice strives to articulate the schematics of representation and the power dynamics associated with authoring such representations. His visual seeks to further the dialogue within the religious and socio-political context. These are the politics of representation pertaining to one’s nationalistic, ethnic, religious or gender identity and their intersectional relationships with media-representation, censorship, and religious freedoms. With his art practice he intends to articulate the notions of safety within physical and intellectual spaces of representation: the safety of being visible for having non-conforming ideas within a militant-state and of being proclaimed the -Other- by the spectators eye. This is the danger of being seen through the lens of sexual taboos, gender binaries, ethnic hierarchies, religious freedoms and the public availability of that information. These are the struggles of being looked at and judged, of being reduced to a cliché or a racial slur.

Shafi has showcased his work at some prominent galleries in Pakistan, as well as been part of some international shows in last few years. Among prominent practice/achievements Mohsin is an active member of the ‘Awami Art Collective’ which is A group of artists & activists intervening the public space for the cause of peaceful co-existence & celebration of diversity. Shafi was part of the Vasl Artists residency in 2010 in Karachi – Pakistan and was an artist in residence at the Rondo Studios, Graz; Austria in 2012. Besides being part of some major collector’s collection in Pakistan, His work is in permanent collection of The Museum of Sacred Art – MOSA, Belgium and been acquired by the Department of Book Art at the Mills College, San Francisco for their permanent collection. His work has been written about in local and international papers and publications. His images have also been used as covers for the books by Agnar artúvertin, Martin Walser, Gabriel Rosenstock and other writers/poets.

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Jun
1
6:00 PM18:00

Windows for Harvey Closing Reception

Spark Arts is hosting the closing reception for the 2nd annual Windows for Harvey! event put on by the Castro Merchants. This year's event features 14 artists who paired with local merchants to create art installations inspired by Harvey Milk and his legacy. Join us to toast the artists and purchase artwork from the event. This reception is open to the public and admission is free!

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Mapping Out Your Picture Book: Book Making Workshop, Part 2
May
13
1:30 PM13:30

Mapping Out Your Picture Book: Book Making Workshop, Part 2

A workshop for authors and illustrators who want to flesh out their picture book ideas.

May 13th, 1:30pm - 3:30pm

Price: $50/person

Only 20 seats!

This workshop is perfect for:

  • Authors and illustrators who want to flesh out their picture book ideas.
  • People who have taken our “Anatomy of a Picture Book” workshop and want to continue developing their picture book craft.
  • People who want to learn about storyboarding and crafting picture book dummies.

The teachers, Diana and Charlotte, are published illustrators and experienced educators. 

In this workshop, you will:

  • Share and improve your picture book idea with constructive feedback. 
  • Storyboard your picture book idea while learning about the storyboarding process.
  • Begin creating a dummy for your picture book (which you can take with you and finish at home).
  • Get tips on how to jump-start your picture book career. 

Please bring:

  • A picture book idea (or a manuscript if you have it).
  • A sketchbook/notebook.
  • A pencil/drawing tools.
  • Your creativity!
Charlotte Cheng

Charlotte Cheng

Diana Toledano

Diana Toledano

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Anatomy of a Picture Book: Book Making Workshop, Part 1
May
13
10:00 AM10:00

Anatomy of a Picture Book: Book Making Workshop, Part 1

A workshop for authors and illustrators interested in creating picture books and getting their careers started.

May 13th, 10am - 12pm

Price: $50/person

Only 20 seats! 

This workshop is perfect for:

  •  Beginning authors and illustrators.
  •  People who want to explore the world of picture books. 

The teachers, Diana and Charlotte, are published illustrators and experienced educators. 

In this workshop, you will:

  • Learn about the anatomy of picture books.
  • Explore the basics and process of picture book craft (from manuscript to submission).  
  • You'll start working on your own picture book idea and get feedback.
  • Get tips on how to jump-start your picture book career. 

Please bring:

  • A sketchbook/notebook.
  • A pencil/drawing tools.
  • Your creativity!  
Diana Toledano

Diana Toledano

Charlotte Cheng

Charlotte Cheng

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Mother's Day Special: Mixed Media Flower Arrangement
May
7
1:00 PM13:00

Mother's Day Special: Mixed Media Flower Arrangement

Make your mom a mixed media floral arrangement for Mother's Day and give her flowers she can keep forever!

All skill levels.
All materials provided!
All ages welcome!

Only $35!

Sunday May 7th,  2017, 1pm-3pm. Bring some friends and make it a party!

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Apr
20
6:45 PM18:45

Getting Focused: Results that Last (Life Coaching Workshop)

PRESENTED BY LIVE LAUGH LOVE LIFE COACHING

Within a network of brilliant influencers, we will work together to identify goals based on your values. Creating each step with the intention to feel more of your preferred feelings (empowered, pleasure, valued, excited, contributing, energized, happy, in-flow etc...).

In April’s workshop, you will:

  • Define 3 goals

  • Unblock what’s holding you back by overcome fear and failure

  • Chart out the course with curiosity to achieve your goals

Start creating your future with intention and purpose. We will use scientifically validated techniques to support and enhance your progress.

Join us while we enjoy some soft networking, over a workbook, some snacks and a glass of wine.

Your future is based on the effort and intention you place on it. Start taking your health and happiness seriously.

PURCHASE ADVANCED TICKETS HERE.

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"Anatomy of a Picture Book" - Book Making Workshop
Feb
18
1:00 PM13:00

"Anatomy of a Picture Book" - Book Making Workshop

Anatomy of a Picture Book

A workshop for authors and illustrators interested in creating picture books and getting their careers started.

February 18th, 1pm - 3pm

Price: $50/person

Only 20 seats will be sold!

This workshop is perfect for beginning authors and illustrators who want to explore the world of picture books. The teachers, Diana and Charlotte, are published illustrators and experienced educators. 

You'll learn about the anatomy of picture books and the basics of picture book craft. You'll start working on your own picture book dummy (or mock-up), so you can finish it at home. You'll also get tips on how to jump-start your career. 

The Instructors

Charlotte Cheng

Charlotte Cheng

Diana Toledano

Diana Toledano

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Kyle Alden CD Release Show
Feb
9
7:30 PM19:30

Kyle Alden CD Release Show

Kyle Alden CD Release Show

 

Singer/songwriter and folk musician Kyle Alden is noted for his award-winning settings of the poetry of the great Irish poet W.B. Yeats. He has performed at the Freight and Salvage, Berkeley and City Winery, Napa (opening for Paul Brady) and Symphony Space in New York (with Mick Moloney and Athena Tergis), among many others. Kyle's new CD, Down in the West Volume 2, explores Americana landscapes, revisiting lively folk songs from the American, Irish and British traditions, interleaved with new original songs and instrumental tunes played on fiddle, banjo and guitar. Come celebrate the launch of the new release in what will be a grand evening of song, poetry, harmony singing and great acoustic music.

Join Spark Arts and Kyle for his CD release show on Thursday, February 9th from 7:30-9:30pm.

www.kylealden.com

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Live Laugh Love Life Coaching Workshop: The Secret to Balance
Jan
19
6:45 PM18:45

Live Laugh Love Life Coaching Workshop: The Secret to Balance

In our January workshop, we will break down the idea of balance and learn how to practically integrate balance into your life.

Our process towards greater balance includes:

  • First, you will discover what is and isn’t working for you. 
  • Next, you can identify what adjustments are needed to establish more balance 
  • Finally, you’ll get to define 3-10 authentic goals to immediately put into practice.

t’s one thing to set a goal, it’s another to commit to it. Commit to less stress and a better life. Register today for the Goal Setting & Finding Balance Workshop. Looking forward to celebrating your success!

Sign up today, space is limited!

Ticket information can be found here.

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Holiday Crafting Workshop
Dec
14
6:00 PM18:00

Holiday Crafting Workshop

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Flex your crafting muscle and make gifts or seasonal items for loved ones. We'll provide some inspiring items to sip while you design and create holiday accessories, cards, or ornaments. All skill levels welcome!

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Marga's Comedy Salon: November
Nov
22
8:00 PM20:00

Marga's Comedy Salon: November

Marga’s Comedy Salon November 22nd, 8PM

Marga’s last salon before winter break features a hilarious, smart and eclectic line-up.

  • Nick Leonard is the Bay Area Reporter’s “2016 Best Gay Comic -Male” and co-founder of Q Comedy. Nick’s alter ego Ginorma Desmond performs at SF Oasis and several nightclubs. 
  • Mark Abramson acclaimed author “Sex Drugs & Disco” “For My Brothers” “Beach Reading Series” and more.
  • Ady Lady regular performer at The Marsh, SF Muni Diaries and Stagewerx with her shows “From Piss to Bliss” and “ Sara Jane Tried To Shoot The President” 
  • Jesse Fernandez has been featured often at SF Sketchfest and Ted Talks and is a winner of the National College Comedy Competition.
  • Stefani Silverman has been featured at many comedy clubs including SF Punchline, Cobb’s Comedy Club
  • Marga Gomez “2016 Artist to Watch” SF Weekly Bay Area Reporter “2016 Best Gay Comic- Female”
  • $10,  Doors open at 7:45 
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Paint Night
Nov
16
7:00 PM19:00

Paint Night

Join us to make art inspired by art history! We will explore drawing with soft pastels and watch a short video on Edgar Degas. All levels welcome, instruction provided on how to draw with soft pastels. 

Cost: $35. Includes beverages and your own soft pastel kit that you can take home for practice. Supplies are reusable and shareable 

Time: 7-8:30pm

Project: Want to check out a sneak peek of the project? See a video and what you’ll get to take home here.  

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Marga's Comedy Salon: The Premature Election Special 2016
Oct
25
8:00 PM20:00

Marga's Comedy Salon: The Premature Election Special 2016

Marga's Comedy Salon  (Extra Special Event!)

Marga is thrilled to welcome the legendary Tom Ammiano, hailed as "The Mother Of Gay Comedy", our former California Assemblyman, and former San Francisco Supervisor who returns to stand up comedy roots. Also featuring Micia Mosely, a

bi-coastal socio-political comedian with a  Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley.  Micia has been praised by newyorktheater.com as “smart, timely, and also downright hilarious.” Trump Roast will be served. Tickets for this special extra event will be $20 each.

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Concert Series: The Painted Tree
Oct
22
8:00 PM20:00

Concert Series: The Painted Tree

Spark Arts is kicking off our latest monthly series offering with San Francisco's The Painted Tree. In the coming months, we'll be working with local bands to bring shows to the Castro that allow the band to engage with the community in an affordable fun show!

The Painted Tree's vision of folk/rock is a testament to the potential depth of the words that we all use. The music blends intricate finger-picking melodies with a kind of poetry that taps into something universal, and gives a voice to what often goes unsaid. The strong sense of dynamic, both musically and lyrically, guide the listener though the ups and downs of the human experience. 

Members
Tara Alkadiry-Ukelele, Vocals
Joshua Covell-Guitar, Vocals
Jonathan Musselman-Guitar
Bradford Rose-Drums
Eugene Theriault-Bass

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Live Laugh Love Life Coaching Workshop: Renew, Release, and Winding Down
Oct
20
6:45 PM18:45

Live Laugh Love Life Coaching Workshop: Renew, Release, and Winding Down

Desiring luxurious space in your day? Sound too good to be true? Come see how a few simple shifts can make all the difference.

In our October workshop, Release, Renew & Winding Down, you will be learning practical ways to release and renew in your business and personal life.

Our two featured guests are Virginia Maddan, efficiency expert and business coach. Virginia has changed and upleveled my own business (so of course I just had to share ;). And Dr. Bradley Bailey with SF Custom Chiropractic, who will be helping us renew our bodies so we can stop getting distracted by pain and start being more present and productive in our careers and lives.

Heather Choye–LLLLCoaching Personal Development, Career Coach and founder–will be leading you through the workshop. You don’t want to miss out on these exercises to help increase your productivity by 31% (Kuhel, 2015).

Can you imagine what you can get done with 3 more hours in your day?!? Perhaps you can even start spending more time doing your favorite activities!

And of course we will be grazing on delectable treats created by the lovely Jenny Fowler, Certified Holistic Nutritionist. 

Perhaps a little wine will be served, because what kind of workshop would it be without wine? I did say it’s about winding down, didn’t I?!?

Tickets are limited! Save your spot now and bring along a friend who could use a little extra space too.

What’s your time worth? Come join our connective community of motivated executives and passionate business owners. Let’s create space together, and have a few laughs while we’re at it.

Here’s to helping you take your health and happiness seriously!
Register here for tickets: http://www.livelaughlovelifecoaching.com/event/oct-workshop-renew-release-winding/ 

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Marga's Comedy Salon: September!
Sep
27
8:00 PM20:00

Marga's Comedy Salon: September!

Matt Lieb, SF Sketchfest favorite (and the guy from the Chobani #stopsadbreakfast commercial), Irene Tu named one of “Bay Area’s 11 Best Stand Up Comedians” in 2016 by  SFis.com and one of KQED's 2016 "Women To Watch." Music journalist Barry Walters (NPR, Rolling Stone, Spin).  Special guest Anita Drieseberg (Cobbs Comedy Club). Marga Gomez hosts.  Tickets $10 while they last! 8pm


For more photos and videos visit www.margagomez.com/salon

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NOSH:pitality Glass Jar Etching Workshop
Sep
21
7:00 PM19:00

NOSH:pitality Glass Jar Etching Workshop

Celebrating the New Year is so much sweeter with new bling on your table. Prepare for Rosh Hashanah and join us at Spark Arts in the Castro for sweets, drinks, and learning how to etch your own glass honey jar. Use it throughout the new year to host your own Break Fast, Sukkot, or Shabbat dinners, or as a gift for the awesome people who are hosting you in 5777. All materials provided (including some local honey to fill your jar with)! Feel free to bring your favorite honey recipe to share.

$15 - Purchase tickets at OneTable.org.

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