San Francisco November 2019 Calendar of Unique Events
Published By Dean Badessa
 
                   
                   
                   
                   
What's happening this month in San Francisco
Courtesy of Dean Badessa
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November 1 SFFilm Presents Doc Series 2019 Opening Night: The ApolloCastro Theatre - Filled with a riveting parade of performances and interviews, including Patti LaBelle, Smokey Robinson, Eartha Kitt, Aretha Franklin, Savion Glover, and Redd Foxx, The Apollo pays tribute to a venerable and indispensable American institution. VISIT THE SITE

November 2 – Día de los Muertos: Day of the Dead 2019Bryant & 22nd – El Colectivo Del Rescate Cultural invites you to its 37th annual San Francisco Day of the Dead Ritual Procession. VISIT THE SITE

November 3 San Francisco Coffee FestivalFt Mason Center, Festival Pavilion – Enjoy the best specialty roasters and coffee shops with unique beans, delicious snacks, and live entertainment, during this one-of-a-kind coffee culture experience. VISIT THE SITE

November 4 TBA Awards Celebration: We Rise By Lifting OthersWar Memorial Opera House, Herbst Theatre The TBA Awards Celebration will feature the outstanding artists, companies, and productions of the 2018–2019 season and includes performances from the finalists, a glamour-filled red carpet, and more. VISIT THE SITE

November 5 SFDFF Presents Crossing CultureCatharine Clark Gallery - Crossing Culture screens eight dance films that celebrate dance as a means for personal expression and cultural defiance in an increasingly authoritarian world. VISIT THE SITE

November 6 Warren Miller’s TimelessPalace of Fine Arts Theatre – Come kickoff the winter season with WME’s 2019 film, Timeless, presented by Volkswagen, and travel with new and veteran athletes as they explore renowned mountain locations across the globe. VISIT THE SITE

November 7 San Francisco Transgender Film Festival Presents Program 1Roxie Theatre – Transfinite is a sci-fi omnibus feature film composed of seven standalone magical short stories where supernatural trans and queer people from various cultures use their powers to protect, love, teach, fight and thrive. VISIT THE SITE

November 8 Manon LescautWar Memorial Opera House - Don’t miss Nicola Luisotti’s return to conduct fan favorites Lianna Haroutounian and Brian Jagde in this luxurious production. VISIT THE SITE

November 9 Girls FestivalPalace of Fine Arts - A day of power and possibility – and fun – for girls! VISIT THE SITE

November 10 Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983deYoung Museum – This internationally acclaimed exhibition, organized by Tate Modern, celebrates art made by Black artists during two pivotal decades when issues of race and identity dominated and defined both public and private discourse. VISIT THE SITE

November 11 – Passport To The UniverseAcademy of Sciences – Narrated by Academy Award-winner Tom Hanks, Passport to the Universe takes audiences on an interstellar odyssey that the New Yorker calls “as exciting as anything in a theme park.” VISIT THE SITE

November 12 The Indigenous Canoe MovementCalifornia Historical Society - A conversation with four Indigenous leaders from across North America who work to rebuild canoe and maritime traditions in their own communities. VISIT THE SITE

November 13 Inside the Magnetic Fields: Surrealism at 100 Festival produced by City Lights Booksellers & PublishingMechanic’s Institute - This talk will trace Bataille's engagement with Surrealism from the 1920s to the 1950s, through Documents, Acéphale, and The Accursed Share. VISIT THE SITE

November 14 MadeonBill Graham Civic Auditorium - Madeon is perhaps a more deeply seasoned artist than wide-eyed dreamer from Nantes, France — but he’s just as ambitious as ever. VISIT THE SITE

November 15 SF Symphony Presents Simone Young Conducts WagnerDavies Symphony Hall - Completed in 1856, the first act of Wagner’s Die Walküre weaves the enrapturing music of Siegmund and Sieglinde into a love so powerful, so intoxicating, it sets into motion a whopping eleven and a half hours of opera. VISIT THE SITE

November 16 PinotFest 2019- The Great Big BacchanaliaFarallon Restaurant - The extensive tasting of pinot noir from over 50 of Oregon and California’s finest producers—plus a very special 'Pinot Noir Pop Up' from our winemaking friends in New Zealand—features sumptuous hors d’oeuvres to complement the wines and an opportunity to meet the winemakers. VISIT THE SITE

November 17 Renegade Craft Festival 2019Ft Mason Center, Festival Pavilion Get a head start on your holiday shopping at our curated marketplace featuring over 200 incredible Makers + Designers. VISIT THE SITE

November 18 2019 SECA Art AwardSFMOMA - The 2019 SECA Art Award exhibition features three Bay Area artists, each with a dedicated gallery: Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle, Sahar Khoury, and Marlon Mullen. VISIT THE SITE

November 19 Lindy West: The Witches Are ComingCommonwealth Club of Ca - In the age of #MeToo, where women are empowered to tell their truth rather than worry about the consequences of speaking out, there is hardly a better role model than best-selling author Lindy West. VISIT THE SITE

November 20 – Rex NavarretePunchline Comedy Club - Rex Navarrete remains to be a one of the hardest working, relatively unknown American comedians today though he’s performed alongside notable national headliners as George Lopez, Russell Peters, DL Hughley, among others. VISIT THE SITE

November 21 James Tissot: Fashion & FaithLegion of Honor - James Tissot was one of the most celebrated artists of his time, yet today, less is known about him than his contemporaries, the Impressionists. This first major reassessment of Tissot’s career offers West Coast audiences a rare glimpse at the fascinating life and dazzling art of a man who captured an era. VISIT THE SITE

November 22 Yuko Mabuchi TrioSFJAZZ, Joe Henderson Lab - The Japanese-born, Los Angeles based pianist performs re-arranged classics by the legendary Miles Davis and original compositions with her superb trio. VISIT THE SITE

November 23 The Great Dickens Holiday FairCow Palace - Enter the winding lanes of Victorian London and immerse yourself in a world of music halls, theatres, pubs, dance parties, and charming shops overflowing with hand-made holiday treasures. Enticing aromas of roasted chestnuts and hearty foods fill the air. VISIT THE SITE

November 24 10th Annual Fall Chocolate SalonSF County Fair Building Auditorium - Chocolate aficionados, fanatics, lovers and addicts can taste & experience the finest in artisan, gourmet & premium chocolate in one of the world’s great culinary metropolitan areas. VISIT THE SITE

November 25Mary PoppinsWalt Disney Family Museum - Step in time with the Banks children on a jolly holiday with their practically-perfect nanny, Mary Poppins, and her chimney-sweep pal Bert, as they soar off to a magical countryside full of imagination, whimsy, and mischief. VISIT THE SITE

November 26 Happier Holidays at Pier 39 Tree Lighting Ceremony!Pier 39 - Synchronized to holiday music, the tree transforms into a kaleidoscope offs swirling colors, adorned with thousands of specialty lights and ornaments. VISIT THE SITE

November 27 Project Tango Gratitude Celebration MilongaThe Lost Church – Project Tango is a long-running 501(c)3 nonprofit which supports alternative & live tango music throughout the Bay Area. All profits from this milonga will go to support the wonderful work they do to keep tango music alive and thriving in the Bay! VISIT THE SITE

November 28 Crown Room Thanksgiving FeastFairmont San Francisco - Fairmont San Francisco has delighted guests with awe-inspiring holiday festivities for more than a century. The hotel is world-famous for its delectably majestic, two-story Gingerbread House, lovingly built with thousands of gingerbread bricks and gallons of royal icing adorned by hundreds of pounds of candy! VISIT THE SITE

November 29 2019 Macy’s Great Tree LightingUnioin Square - Macy’s Great Tree in Union Square, San Francisco’s most recognized Christmas tree stands more than 83-feet tall, decorated with more than 33,000 twinkling energy-efficient LED lights and 1,100 shining ornaments! VISIT THE SITE

November 30 SF Chronicle 62nd Annual SF International Auto ShowMoscone Center - The San Francisco International Auto Show, the only auto show held regionally that lures the dazzling high-tech manufacturer displays, will offer Bay Area auto buyers and enthusiasts their first opportunity to see the new 2020 model vehicles all in one place. VISIT THE SITE

 
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