Recital For Korean War Veterans

Edwin E.S. Kim Melanie M.Y. Chae In Concert October 6, Sunday, 3:30 pm Caroline H. Hume Hall SF Conservatory of Music 50 Oak St., San Francisco Free: US & Korean Veterans & Family & Activievists Tickets: eventbrite Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in San Francisco organized this concert for Korean and American Veterans who served in the Korean […]

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The Liberation Of The Philippines

The Steep Price Of Freedom September 28, 10am-4pm McLaren Conference Center, USF $25 Adults * Free Students/Teachers, USF Faculity Register EventBrite The Liberation of the Philippines—The Steep Price of Freedom 5th Conference on WWII features speakers include Award-Winning Authors James Hornfischer & Walter Borneman, Professor Bernard Karganilla & Professor Jose Custodio (Univ. of the Philippines) and Professor Mark Hull of […]

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Making Waves: The Rebirth Of The Golden Rule

Film Screening September 24, Tuesday, 1pm Oakland International Film Festival Holy Names University Tickets: $10 More Info: Making Waves Award-winning documentary Making Waves: Rebirth of the Golden Rule is about the Veterans For Peace Golden Rule peace boat. Come see and hear the story of Quaker peace activist Albert Bigelow and the crew of three men who risked their lives […]

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Veterans Law Conference

MeToo & The Military November 1 Friday, 1-4pm Golden Gate University 536 Mission St., San Francisco Free Adm Registration Evenbrite Facebook Golden Gate University School of Law (GGU Law) hosts its 7th Annual Veterans Law Conference with the focus on military sexual assault through the lens of the #MeToo movement. The goal of the conference is to highlight the problem […]

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Veterans Film Festival

8th Annual San Francisco Veterans Film Festival November 2-3 Saturday & Sunday Koret Aduitorium SF Public Library 100 Larkin St, SF FREE Admission The Veterans Film Festival provides a unique forum for veterans to find expression, healing, and community while increasing the public’s awareness of the multitude of challenges facing our nation’s military veterans. These powerful independent films explore complex […]

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Chinese Americans In WWII

November 2, Saturday, 9-3:30Called To Rise SymposiumNovember 3, SundayRededication, Lunch, ExhibitFree Tickets: Vets & Their FamiliesPublic/CHSA Members Tickets Called To Rise: Chinese Americans’ Involvement in World War II a two-day symposium, November 2-3 hosted by the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA). The symposium explores Chinese Americans’ extensive involvement in the war effort during World War II. Military historians and […]

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Wine Tasting & Billy Budd Opera

Thanks for Wine Tasting & Billy Budd Thanks to the @SF Opera, @Boisset Collection, @Wattle Creek Winery and the @Marines Memorial Association for providing an excellent evening of wine, food and opera for American Legion veterans, featuring the Boisset D-Day 75th anniversary wine. After the wine tasting, everyone headed to the San Francisco Opera to see a moving performance of […]

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7th Veterans Mental Health Summit, Veterans Building

Build Community, Build Connections Thursday, September 19 9am-4pm Room 210, Veterans Building 401 Van Ness Ave. Free—Space is limited Register: Eventbrite The Veterans Mental Health Summit brings together key stakeholders in the community, to share information and work collaboratively, to enhance access to mental health services, and to address the mental healthcare needs of veterans and families residing in the San Francisco area. The summit includes: Plenaries on the importance of key […]

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Free Guitar Lessons, Veterans Building

Fridays ongoing, 11am, 12pm Room 221 Veterans Building 401 Van Ness Heroes Voices Facebook info@heroesvoices.org (415) 484-9852 Heroes Voices Touching the lives of veterans with the gift of music Free weekly guitar lessons (and free guitars!) for veterans every Friday, beginners 11am, intermediates 12pm, in the Veterans Building in San Francisco. Classes are also held in San Bruno VA Clinic […]

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Color Of Memory: National WW1 Museum & Memorial

Fabric Art of WWI Jan. 29, 2019 – Sept. 2, 2019 Wylie Gallery National WW1 Museum & Memorial, Kansas City “Remember Me.” “Souvenir de France.” “Mother Dear.” “Merci!” These and countless other sentiments are expressed in the fabric art that came from World War I. Romantic and patriotic scenes were created on silk and cotton and wool felt. Many of the […]

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