Apply for a Community Connect Grant
with The San Francisco Foundation
Workshop at Bayview Opera House
Monday, May 21, 2 - 4PM
The Implementation Committee governing the use of those funds is preparing to distribute them later this year. But first, the Committee is turning to the community for feedback to ensure its grantmaking strategy matches the needs of District 10 residents.
The Implementation Committee, with the support of The San Francisco Foundation, is accepting applications from nonprofit organizations based in San Francisco’s District 10 for grants up to $8,000 to engage community residents in this process.
RSVP for this HOW TO APPLY workshop to Nila Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org or for more information, call 415.733.8540. Review the request for qualifications here: www.sff.org/programs/community-development/grants
THIS WEEKEND AT THE BAYVIEW OPERA HOUSE
Friday, May 18, 6 - 10PM
Mural, Music & Arts Project
This Ain’t the 90's: Leadership in Action Tour” is the collective debut of five Bay Area visual and performing artists and over 40 youth apprentices. The innovative show features novel, urban-inspired Hip Hop performance and artwork that integrates vocal expression, dance, film production, and graffiti to address local issues of leadership in our community. Join the Mural Music & Arts Project as they share in imaginative word flow, rhetoric, and visual appeal enabling our modern day troubadour/trobairitz to address these complex issues of leadership in action.
$10 donation requested
Saturday, May 19, 2-4PMPart of the Mendell Plaza Presents series that provides free concerts on Mendell Plaza across the street from the BVOH every Saturday, this is a true highlight with local reggae sensation Junior Toots and his band. Opening is the African American Shakespeare Company performing an excerpt from "Raisin in the Sun."
Mendell Plaza Presents: Junior Toots
FREE Reggae Concert
Sponsored by Malia Cohen, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, Bayview Merchants Association, Bayview Opera House
Saturday, May 19, 6PMA musical sensation not to be missed! From Los Angeles!
CANTATA - The Resurrection of Christ
Fundraiser for the Cheryl Evans Center for the Financial Empowerment of Women
with Special Guest:
Gospel Singing Sensation Tachina Danielle
$12 donation at the door, kids are free!
SUNDAY, May 20, 2 - 5PM
Straight Outta Hunters Point 2
by filmmaker Kevin Epps
THE BAYVIEW SALUTES LOCAL FILMMAKER KEVIN EPPS
AND HONORS THE SPIRIT OF CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER MALCOLM X
Kevin Epps will meet and greet the community from 2-3PM!
The San Francisco Arts Commission, Bayview Opera House and Mastamind Productions present a free screening of filmmaker and activist Kevin Epps' Straight Outta Hunters Point 2. A native of "the Point", Epps uses film as an advocacy tool to highlight the inequities of the neighborhood he holds near to his heart.
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Sponsored by the San Francisco Arts Commission
If you prefer to send a check, make payable and send to:
Bayview Opera House, 4705 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Programs at the Bayview Opera House made possible with the generous support of the San Francisco Arts Commission, The San Francisco Foundation, the Bothin Foundation, the Boris and Vera Bogart Foundation, the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the Bayview Merchants Association and many other generous donors.
San Francisco Landmark #8 since 1968
National Register of Historic Places since March 21, 2011
4705 3RD STREET, SF
Muni 23, 24, 44, 54, KT, ample parking available