HerStory: SF Public Library



Friday, March 1st – Sunday, March 31st

SF Public Library Branches and Main Library

San Francisco Public Library presents HERstory, their celebration of Women’s History Month, as they  honor and acknowledge the contributions of women and the unique experience of being female today. The Library frequently champions women as writers, artists, and intellects, and, now with the re-energizing of the women’s movement, is offering a month-long celebration of women through a diverse array of lectures, films and participatory and performance programs for all ages at every library location. Click here for a guide to all the events!


Friday, March 1st - Sunday, March 3rd

2460 Sutter Street, SF CA

Unique to San Francisco, this exhilarating event includes live entertainment, with exciting Russian dancers and singers; authentic, delicious Russian savory foods, as well as tasty Russian desserts, and flavorful hot Russian teas from antique Russian samovars; beautiful imported and locally crafted Russian jewelry, folk art, and souvenirs; Art Gallery featuring the masterful work of Russian artists; and at the astoundingly popular Vodka Tasting Bar with the largest variety of flavored vodkas, made using traditional Russian family recipes handed down by generations!


Saturday, March 2nd, 11AM - 6PM

Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center, 1753 Carroll Avenue

The free event, presented by Bayview Senior Services, will feature live music, vendor booths, a Kid’s zone, and a dazzling variety of food venues. Some of the offerings include fried chicken, catfish, oxtails, ribs, links, black-eyed peas, red beans and rice, greens, yams, mac & cheese, cornbread, sweet potato pie, peach cobbler, pound cake and other soulful delights–all of which will be sure to rival mama and grandmas’ down-home cooking. Here’s the link with all the details.

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