Singles Mediterranean Cruise, Buenos Aires, Igua

Singles Mediterranean Cruise, Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, Cancun, Playa del Carmen! Start Date: Wednesday 4/6/2022 — End Date: Monday 5/2/2022 Admission:689 Meet new single friends who love to travel as you visit exotic locales worldwide! Fully-vaccinated adults of all ages welcome. •Cancun & Playa del Carmen, April 6-12 •Mediterranean Cruise, May 21-28 •Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls Adventure, Nov 15-20 CO-SPONSORED by The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; and by many other singles organizations and meetups. All events benefit The Seva Foundation, www.seva.org, to restore sight to the blind. More info at www.thepartyhotline.com. Location: Worldwide San Francisco Bay Area, Ca Contact: Rich Gosse rich@richgosse.com URL: https://www.thepartyhotline.com

SF INDIEFEST 2022 – Closing Night

SF INDIEFEST 2022 – Closing Night Start Date: Thursday 2/10/2022 — End Date: Thursday 2/10/2022 Admission:$14 SF IndieFest will once again bring the freshest new independent films and digital programs from around the world to San Francisco audiences. This year’s festival includes 42 shorts and 26 features from 10 countries. There will be 20 live presentations that will take place at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco. All programs, with the exception of CATCH THE FAIR ONE, will screen virtually on demand during the festival. The program will be broken down into Big Nights, Local Films, Documentaries, International Indies, American Indies, and Shorts Programs. Find a rundown of feature films broken into their respective sections below. Location: 3117 16th St Mission District San Francisco Contact: SF Indiefest info@sfindie.com URL: https://sfindiefest2022.eventive.org/welcome

SF INDIEFEST 2022 – Opening Night

SF INDIEFEST 2022 – Opening Night Start Date: Thursday 2/3/2022 — End Date: Thursday 2/3/2022 Admission:$14 SF IndieFest will once again bring the freshest new independent films and digital programs from around the world to San Francisco audiences. This year’s festival includes 42 shorts and 26 features from 10 countries. There will be 20 live presentations that will take place at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco. All programs, with the exception of CATCH THE FAIR ONE, will screen virtually on demand during the festival. The program will be broken down into Big Nights, Local Films, Documentaries, International Indies, American Indies, and Shorts Programs. Find a rundown of feature films broken into their respective sections below. Location: 3117 16th St Mission District San Francisco Contact: SF Indiefest info@sfindie.com URL: https://sfindiefest2022.eventive.org/welcome

Making Noise: The Evolution of Music Making

Making Noise: The Evolution of Music Making Start Date: Thursday 3/3/2022 — End Date: Thursday 4/7/2022 Admission:$25/Single class; $125/6-week series; $225/two 6-w A 6 Week Online Course with Mark Montgomery French Join us for Making Noise: The Evolution of Music Making, a humorous, highly immersive, and historically accurate course that uncovers the instruments and inventions that created your favorite recordings. Featuring: Prince, St. Vincent, Lee “Scratch” Perry, The Beatles, Les Paul, Aphex Twin, Herbie Hancock, Björk, Public Enemy, Gene Krupa, Van Halen, Yes, DJ Screw, Kraftwerk, Stevie Wonder, Suzanne Ciani, P-Funk, Jaco Pastorius, The Police, Mutt Lange, and more! Your favorite songs are the playful results of musical inspiration and cutting-edge technological leaps. From the howls of the first electrified guitar to the shock of the first iPhone-recorded hit song, this course will reveal the histories and mysteries of these record-making innovations and how they continue to influence each other. Plus, there will be jokes. Thursdays, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm MARCH 3 – APRIL 7, 2022 Tickets: https://rhythmix.secure.force.com/ticket/#/instances/a0F1K00000J2kEeUAJ Location: Everywhere Everywhere Contact: Rhythmix info@rhythmix.org URL: https://www.rhythmix.org/events/making-noise/

Mardi Gras Magic with CHELLE! & Friends

Mardi Gras Magic with CHELLE! & Friends Start Date: Saturday 3/12/2022 — End Date: Saturday 3/12/2022 Admission:$25 Advance; $30 Day-of-Show Laissez les bon temps rouler! “Let the good times roll” at Mardi Gras Magic Mask-erade Dance Party with CHELLE! and Friends. Experience a mix of jazz, funk, soul, R&B, gospel, swamp pop, rock and Mardi Gras Indian music in a stewpot of musical gumbo that is sweet, spicy, aromatic and definitely intoxicating. So, dust off those feathers, bust out your beads, and succumb to your sequins, for this one-of-a-kind outdoor “mask-erade” and costume dance party as we celebrate the magic of Mardi Gras. CHELLE! and Friends is made up of some of the most distinguished and accomplished musicians in the San Francisco Bay Area, including New Orleans native, and Oakland’s own “Queen of New Orleans Music”, Michelle Jacques. As artistic director and founder, Chelle brings together some very special friends to perform music that is vibrant and alive with the driving voices of Rhonda Crane, Jay Lamont and Bryan Dyer, Donna Viscuso on woodwinds, Eric Swinerman on guitar, Kevin Scott on bass and Michaelle Goerlitz on drums. Doors open at 2:30pm. Please have your vaccination card and photo ID ready at check-in. *For the health and safety of our community, ALL guests are required to show physical proof of Full COVID-19 Vaccination (including booster) or Negative COVID-19 test (PCR only, taken within 72 hours of the event) along with a photo ID for entry. All guests will be asked to remain masked while on the premises. Performers may not be masked, but are also required to be fully vaccinated. Tickets:https://rhythmix.secure.force.com/ticket/#/instances/a0F1K00000J2vKcUAJ Location: 2513 Blanding Ave Alameda Alameda Contact: Rhythmix info@rhythmix.org URL: https://www.rhythmix.org/events/mardi-gras-magic/

Essence: A contemporary view of nature by two Ca

Essence: A contemporary view of nature by two California artists Start Date: Saturday 1/22/2022 — End Date: Saturday 2/19/2022 Admission:FREE RSVP Recommended Opening Reception: Saturday, January 22nd | 2:30 – 4:30pm | RSVP recommended Open Gallery Hours: January 29th, February 5th, February 12th, February 19th | 2:30-4:30pm Essence brings together the work of artists Kim Cheselka and Jan Watten. Both artists are engaged with unique approaches to image-making using analog film photography and painting. With nature as their inspiration, these tranquil observations express the importance of exploring and celebrating the beauty of our world. For the health and safety of our community, Rhythmix requests that ALL guests to the K Gallery be fully vaccinated and remain masked during the opening reception and exhibit viewings. For Rhythmix complete COVID-19 Safety Guidelines, visit https://www.rhythmix.org/covid-19-safety/ Location: 2513 Blanding Avenue Alameda Contact: Rhythmix info@rhythmix.org URL: https://www.rhythmix.org/events/essence/

Words That Made the Difference: BROWN vs the BOA

Words That Made the Difference: BROWN vs the BOARD OF EDUCATION, A play written and directed by Dr. Start Date: Saturday 2/26/2022 — End Date: Saturday 2/26/2022 Admission:$25 advance / $30 day-of-show Words That Made the Difference: Brown vs. the Board of Education is based on actual events in the fight to end school segregation and is set in the courtrooms of history, capturing the real words in court cases that culminated in Brown vs. The Board of Education. The script draws from trial transcripts of the five cases that were brought together in front of the Supreme Court and from Chief Justice Earl Warren’s memoirs. The words of Brown took effect years after the legal ruling. As California has faced a recent court order to desegregate a school district (Marin County, 2019), Brown vs. the Board of Education has continued meaning as the nation struggles with the need to be an anti-racist society. *This event will be held in-person in Rhythmix theater. For the health and safety of our community, ALL guests are required to show physical proof of Full COVID-19 Vaccination (at least 2 weeks after your last shot) or Negative COVID-19 test (PCR only, taken within 72 hours of the event) along with a photo ID for entry. All guests will be asked to remain masked during events and classes. Performers may not be masked, but are also required to be fully vaccinated. Location: 2513 Blanding Avenue Alameda Contact: Rhythmix info@rhythmix.org URL: https://www.rhythmix.org/events/brown-vs-the-board-of-education/