Georgian wine tasting and 'Bacteriopolis' exhibition: how to spend a weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (July 15-17)


    Georgian wine tasting and 'Bacteriopolis' exhibition: how to spend a weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area ( July 15-17)

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    What: Wine tasting< /p>

    When: Saturday-Sunday, July 16-17

    Where: Prima Materia Winery Tasting Room 49th Street Oakland, CA 94609

    More: Wine tasting attracts many visitors who want to enjoy the taste of fine drinks while contemplating the sunset over the city. This place is ideal for both family holidays and dates.

    Price: $30


    What: Fundraising for Ukrainian designers

    When:Friday-Sunday, July 15-17

    Where: Online

    More: The war in Ukraine has greatly influenced many designers and artists. They are trying to release new collections. Odds Concept presents the work of 20 talented Ukrainian designers.

    Unfortunately, due to the war, their teams are going through difficult times: the need to adapt to new countries, long-distance communication, moving current stock, creation costs, finding new production facilities, shipping current orders, releasing new collections and much more.

    It's safe to say that they need help now more than ever. Don't miss the opportunity to donate to Ukrainian designers and artists. All proceeds from this event will be sent to them.

    Cost: Charity donation


    What: < /b>Exhibition “Bacteriopolis”

    Georgian wine tasting and 'Bacteriopolis' exhibition: how to spend a weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (15-17 July)

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    When: Friday-Sunday, July 15-17 p>

    Where: Exploratorium, Pier 15, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94111

    More:Thousands of different species live in this colorful bacterial terrarium – green cyanobacteria, orange iron oxidizers and gray cellulose eaters. What you see today will disappear tomorrow in this living work of art in a state of constant change.

    To create this colorful culture, scientists mixed a bucket of dirt from a pond in Golden Gate Park along with eggs and toilet paper. A low-maintenance exhibit that can live and thrive indefinitely – all it needs is sunlight and the occasional addition of water.

    Price: $0-30


    What: Shifting the Silence Exhibition

    When: Friday-Sunday, July 15-17

    Where: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94103

    More details:Shifting the Silence features the dynamic work of thirty-two artists who use a radical abstract language. They want to improve our understanding of the world we live in. The exhibition features recently acquired works by Fairley Baes, Nairi Bagramian, Liz Hernandez, Cynthia Marcel, Tanya Perez Cordova, Lorna Simpson and Hege Young. This experiential exhibition of works created over the past quarter of a century includes sculpture, photography, textiles, video and painting.

    Price: $0-25


    What: Local Musicians Hall of Fame

    When: Friday-Sunday 15 -July 17

    Where:1353 Bush St 1353 Bush Street San Francisco, CA 94109

    More:Welcome to the San Francisco Music Hall of Fame, the largest gallery dedicated to artists from the Bay Area. It honors over 90 of the most famous artists and bands. You will see rare footage of famous musicians, interesting artwork for their albums, and more.

    Price: $12


    What:Street Food Fair

    When: Friday, July 15, from 5pm

    < b>Where: Fort Mason Center 2 Marina Boulevard San Francisco, CA 94109

    More info:The largest street fair in San Francisco takes place every Friday. There are many food trucks waiting for guests, where you can taste food from different parts of the world – from Italian pizza to Filipino dessert. Invited groups of musicians and DJs will create the mood of the evening. Visitors will be offered craft beer and other drinks.

    Cost: Free


    What: Georgian wine tasting

    Georgian wine tasting and 'Bacteriopolis' exhibition: how to spend a weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (15-17 July)

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    When: Saturday, July 16, from 3:00 pm< /p>

    Where: 325 Main St 325 Main Street Los Altos, CA 94022

    More:Bevri and Donum Vitae invite you to taste Georgian wines. All proceeds will be used to purchase medicines for Ukraine. Georgia is one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world. In 2013, UNESCO included the ancient traditional Georgian method of winemaking using qvevri clay jars into the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List.

    Cost: $35


    Dear readers! Please note that due to the coronavirus epidemic, some events may be canceled or rescheduled to other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the websites of the organizers.

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    In addition, interesting Look for events for each day of the week in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends. Before visiting, check the organizers' websites for details and venues, as they may change.

    Keep us updated on what's happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to [email protected]


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