Valentine’s Green Elephant Estate Sale

Valentine’s Green Elephant Estate Sale Start Date: Friday 2/8/2019 — End Date: Friday 2/8/2019 Admission:Free Admission Join us for a special Valentine’s Green Elephant Estate sale featuring jewelry! W H E N: Friday, February 8th from 9am-4pm W H E R E: 445 30th Street, Oakland W H A T: Showroom quality items range from: J E W E L R Y: Napier earrings, .925 Earrings, .925 Chains, Original Theodor Fahner Bracelet, Vintage Broaches, Vintage Earrings, Vintage Bracelets, Modern Jewelry, Costume Jewelry C O L L E C T I B L E S: Ezra Brooks-Hopi Indian white buffalo liquor bottle, Cathay Airlines first class porcelain dishes, Noritake hand painted salad plates, Dutch pewter & glass decanter, German lavaware vase, Alphonse Mucha numbered plates, art glass, antique apothecary bowl, Mia-Bo-Jia vase, J. Williams framed art: A Quiet Moment, cup and saucer sets. D E C O R: Large Italian flower pots made for Gumps, lighted display cabinet, desk clocks, drop leaf wood table, hand painted children’s cabinets, furniture from the 20’s and 30’s, porcelain figurines, Bionaire standing heater, artwork, storage trunks, round oak dining table and chairs, chaise lounge, marble top side table, large and small wooden bookcases, stools, books, wine racks, music boxes, wood carvings, silver ice bucket, brass and glass end tables, Anne Fitzpatrick framed art pieces, glass and ceramic vases, ginger jars, table and floor lamps, and more. K I T C H E N: Irish coffee glasses, Adams English ironstone: Ming Jade color, Mikasa fine china dishes, Villeroy & Boch cappuccino set, cast iron baking pots, corning ware, 12-piece brass and wood silverware set, chafing dishes, decanters, butcher block table, cordial glasses, champagne flutes, French Appolia baking dishes, cutting boards, crock pots, full set of bean pots, rice cooker, roasting pans, cookie jar collection, tea pots, stock pots, cookbooks, pots and pans, wine and martini glasses, George Foreman grill, Noritake colorwave blue dishes, platters, Pyrex bowls and baking sets. V I N T A G E: Metal camping set, Waring hand mixer in original box, metal condiment caddy’s, red flour sifter and matching baking utensils, Metal Serve-A-Dish sets, cookie jar, Fiesta cups, rooster flour canister set, Tupperware and enamelware. Inventory updated daily. N O T E: • Free admission • Plenty of onsite and street parking available • Delivery Available – for an additional fee • We accept Credit Cards and Cash Want to learn more? Want to volunteer or donate items for our fundraiser sale? Contact us at connect@theplantexchange.com or (510) 866-8482. *The Green Elephant Sale is the official fundraising arm of The Plant Exchange, Inc. Proceeds directly benefit keeping the annual March Plant Exchange FREE to the public. Location: 445 30th Street Oakland Contact: Odette Pollar connect@theplantexchange.com URL: http://theplantexchange.com/green-elephant-sale-feb8/

The Winter Ball at The Fairmont!

The Winter Ball at The Fairmont! Start Date: Saturday 3/9/2019 — End Date: Saturday 3/9/2019 Admission:20-30 Celebrate the end of Winter at San Francisco’s most famous hotel! $20/advance (by March 8) or $30/door includes dancing to your favorite hits in a spectacular ballroom! Please dress in your finest. Adults of all ages welcome. Saturday, March 9, 2019, 8pm-Midnight. LOCATION: The Fairmont, 950 Mason Street at California, San Francisco CA 94108. CO-SPONSORED by The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; Professionals Guild Singles, and many other singles organizations and meetups. DISCOUNTS & more parties at www.thepartyhotline.com. Location: 950 Mason Street SAN FRANCISCO Contact: Rich Gosse rich@richgosse.com URL: http://www.thepartyhotline.com

The Plant Exchange

The Plant Exchange Start Date: Saturday 3/23/2019 — End Date: Saturday 3/23/2019 Admission:Free The Plant Exchange is a community organization that encourages resource sharing, reuse and recycling. Our annual free Plant Exchange event brings over 1000 community members together, and throughout the year, we host several events that support Oakland’s designation as one of the greenest cities in the country. Location: 4500 Lincoln Ave Oakland Contact: Conect@theplantexchange.com Connect@theplantexchange.com URL: http://www.theplantexchange.org

Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge Start Date: Thursday 2/28/2019 — End Date: Saturday 3/23/2019 Admission:$18-$30 BROOKLYN BRIDGE, Melissa James Gibson’s charming, witty and thoughtful story, centers on 10-year-old Sasha, a latchkey kid with a big homework assignment, a report on the Brooklyn Bridge. It’s due tomorrow, and the problem is… she can’t find a pen! One little girl’s procrastination helps her meet her extraordinary brownstone neighbors, and connect with quirky and caring community all around her. BROOKLYN BRIDGE is a play that will resonate with audiences of all ages. The California Premiere of Melissa James Gibson’s BROOKLYN BRIDGE, a play full of heart and humor for the whole family. BROOKLYN BRIDGE will have 12 performances, including two previews, February 28 through March 23, 2019, at Town Hall Theatre Company, 3535 School Street, in Lafayette, CA. Tickets are $18 – $30, and are available through the Box Office at (925) 283-1557 or online at www.TownHallTheatre.com. Location: 3535 School Street Lafayette Contact: Susan E. Evanas BoxOffice@TownHallTheatre.com URL: https://www.townhalltheatre.com/brooklyn-bridge/

La Vida Loca

La Vida Loca Start Date: Friday 3/15/2019 — End Date: Saturday 3/16/2019 Admission:$10-$12 An apolitical in-your-face odyssey of a Mexican Immigrant Carlos Manuel’s LA VIDA LOCA, is a monologue stuffed full with life. Carefully constructed to both heroize and expose the author/performer, his “crazy” life is revealed through a crazy quilt of carefully crafted memories, fantasies, dialogues, and excerpts from pop culture. The highly kinetic performance brings the already lively account to a fully form life, charming and occasionally challenging the audience to question their assumptions about ethnic and sexual identity, through the crossing of physical and psychological borders. Location: 351 Railroad Ave Pittsburg Contact: Carolyn August info@pittsburgcaliforniatheatre.com URL: http://www/pittsburgcaliforniatheatre.com

SF Peninsula Single Mingle

SF Peninsula Single Mingle Start Date: Sunday 3/3/2019 — End Date: Sunday 3/3/2019 Admission:10 Meet new friends at a lovely restaurant in trendy San Carlos! Only $10 at the door includes a FUN Mixer Game, with prizes; accompanied by light appetizers, served at 7pm, as long as they last. Adults of all ages welcome. Dress to impress. Sunday, Feb 3, 2019, 4-6pm. LOCATION: Piacere, 727 Laurel St, San Carlos CA. CO-SPONSORED by The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; and by many singles meetups. MORE PARTIES at www.thepartyhotline.com. •Hidden Waterfall Trek & Winery Tour, Jan 26, Sonoma County •Cocktail Party, Jan 27, East Bay/Silicon Valley North •Meet Your Valentine Dance, Feb 2, Santa Clara •The Valentine Ball, Feb 8, Mill Valley •Commonwealth Club Singles Party, Feb 13, San Francisco •Valentines Day Celebration, Feb 14, San Anselmo •Silicon Valley Party with Icebreakers, Feb 16 •Presidents Holiday Weekend Party, Feb 17, Castro Valley •The Winter Ball at The Fairmont, March 9, San Francisco Location: 727 Laurel St San Carlos CA Contact: Rich Gosse rich@richgosse.com URL: http://www.thepartyhotline.com

Writers With Drinks: Gayle Brandeis and Charlie

Writers With Drinks: Gayle Brandeis and Charlie Jane Anders Start Date: Saturday 2/9/2019 — End Date: Saturday 2/9/2019 Admission:$5 to $20 San Francisco’s longest-running spoken word series is back, featuring literary icons Gayle Brandeis (The Art of Misdiagnosis) and Laleh Khadivi (A Good Country). Plus innovation guru Chris Denson and science journalist Lisa Margonelli (Underbug). Also, this month’s event is the Bay Area release party for host Charlie Jane Anders’ new novel, The City in the Middle of the Night, which you can buy three days ahead of its release date! Location: 3225 22nd Street San Francisco, CA, USA Contact: Charlie Jane Anders charlieanders2@gmail.com URL: http://www.writerswithdrinks.com

Silicon Valley Singles Party

Silicon Valley Singles Party Start Date: Saturday 2/16/2019 — End Date: Saturday 2/16/2019 Admission:25-30 Even the shyest person meets everybody at this party at a lovely hotel! $25/advance (per session), by Feb 15, or $30/door (if there is space in your age or gender group) includes an Ice Breaker Game, that makes it EASY to meet new friends in your age group; accompanied by appetizers, served at 7:30pm, as long as they last. We recommend you prepay, as we are striving to have a 50-50 gender balance and tickets usually sell out for some of the age or gender groups. Dress to impress. Saturday, Feb 16, 2019, 7:30-10pm. 2 AGE GROUPS: Under 40 or Over 40 (please select one age group for the Icebreakers Game). LOCATION: Crowne Plaza Hotel Silicon Valley, 777 Bellew Drive, Milpitas CA 95035. Especially convenient for our East Bay and Silicon Valley singles, because it is located at the junction of Hwy 880 and Hwy 237. Free parking! CO-SPONSORED by The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; Singles Events & Travel, SF Bay Area Singles Events, Your Asian Connection, South Bay Outdoor Adventure, and many other singles organizations. DISCOUNTS & more parties at www.thepartyhotline.com. •Cocktail Party, Jan 27, East Bay/Silicon Valley North •Meet Your Valentine Dance, Feb 2, Santa Clara •The Valentine Ball, Feb 8, Mill Valley •Commonwealth Club Singles Party, Feb 13, San Francisco •Valentines Day Celebration, Feb 14, San Anselmo •Presidents Holiday Weekend Party, Feb 17, Castro Valley •The Winter Ball at The Fairmont, March 9, San Francisco Location: 777 Bellew Dr Milpitas Contact: Rich Gosse rich@richgosse.com URL: http://www.thepartyhotline.com

Between Beauty & Horror

Between Beauty & Horror Start Date: Friday 2/15/2019 — End Date: Saturday 3/23/2019 Admission:Free The parts of beauty that can feel degrading or the tears that materialize from most wretched joy are some of the ingredients that make up the “between” and are considered to be the binding agents of Beauty & Horror. This short film explores the moments in life that can be difficult to distinguish discomfort and suffering from pleasure; the lived experiences that show up in the shadows of terror only to reveal itself as a gift in disguise. Leila Weefur and Aggregate Space Gallery present Between Beauty & Horror, a video installation exploring the violent, grotesque, and erotic elements of the Black experience. The film, presented as a diptych, uses imagery that engages the senses with the Blackberry fruit as a metaphor for Black being. Opening Reception 15 February, 6-10pm First Friday Event 1 March, 5-8pm Artists Talk at The LAB 8 March, 6pm Second Saturday Artist Talk 9 March, 11am Gallery Hours Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 1-5pm and by appointment Aggregate Space Gallery 801 West Grand Avenue Entrance on West Street Oakland, CA 94607 510-832-3807 aggregatespacegallery.org facebook.com/aggregatespace info@aggregatespacegallery.org #ASGOakland #installtheunimaginable Aggregate Space is a warehouse and has a similar temperature to the outside; please dress accordingly. Aggregate Space Gallery programs are generously supported by: Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Creative Work Fund (Walter & Elise Haas Fund and William and Flora Hewlett Foundation), Neda Nobari Foundation, Creative Work Fund, Kenneth Rainin Foundation, Zellerbach Family Foundation, Clorox Foundation, Awesome Foundation, and ArtNow International. Location: 801 W. Grand Ave Oakland Contact: Willis Meyers info@aggregatespacegallery.org URL: aggregatespacegallery.org

What They Said About Love

What They Said About Love Start Date: Saturday 3/2/2019 — End Date: Saturday 3/2/2019 Admission:$10-$12 Steve wonders why other people can and he can’t tie-the-knot, that is. So he asked couples about the push and pull of love—what keeps them from pulling apart despite annoying the heck out of each other. Meet a New Age couple that swears they met before they met, a pair of Metal Heads who thought it would be a hoot to get married on 6-6-06, and more. Satisfy your voyeuristic tendencies about how others look for love—and, in some cases, find it. This is documentary theater at its best, a la Anna Deavere Smith. Steve Budd brings 12 characters to life, using their words from hours of interviews, and weaves in the story of his own search for a life partner. Location: 351 Railroad Ave Pittsburg Contact: Carolyn August info@pittsburgcaliforniatheatre.com URL: http://www/pittsburgcaliforniatheatre.com