Violins Of Hope, A Journey Of Heroism, Healing, & Humanity

Veterans Gallery Exhibit January 16–March 13, 2020 Tuesdays 1–5pm Violins Of Hope features surviving instruments from the World War Two extermination camp orchestras. Some instruments are in use in concerts around the Bay Area or in the Wisley Center, 4th Floor, Veterans Building. PBS documentry: Violins of Hope Instruments From The Holocaust. An exhibition featuring the Violins of Hope is open […]

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Violins Of Hope Concerts

Upcoming Concert Listing Hear the violins from the exhibit in San Francisco Bay Area performances. Held in conjunction with the Violins of Hope Exhibition at the Veterans Building. Violins Of Hope

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Violins Of Hope: Resurrection

Weinstein Workshop link features the story of Violin-makers Amnon and Avshalom Weinstein, father and son, who work in Tel Aviv and Istanbul own this collection. They dedicate their expertise and endless love to ensure that those instruments, most of which were rather cheap and unsophisticated, get a new beautiful make-over. Not enough, they also get a fantastic sound worth of […]

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7th Annual Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day

Join the Steve Warren Memorial Chapter 464 of the Vietnam Veterans of America in Redwood City for their annual Classic Car Show & Program. The event will be held at the Veterans Memorial Senior Center, 1455 Madison Ave. in Redwood City and run from 10:00am to 3:00pm on Saturday March 28th. This is a free event. If you want to […]

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How to Protect Intellectual Property

What everyone should know about intellectual property rights, copyrights, trademarks and non-disclosure agreements: when to worry, what’s important and what is really enforceable. Learn generally what intellectual property is and what categories of intellectual property are most relevant to small businesses. Develop practical skills and tools for protecting and developing intellectual property, whether you are just starting out or have […]

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Pacifica War Memorial

San Franciosco Vietnam Veterans Memorial

There is no permanent outdoor memorial for the Pacifica residents who died in Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq. This memorial is deserving and long overdue.Pacifica Veterans Memorial Group, a mix of Pacifica natives, veterans and local high school alumni are committed to working together to change this by erecting an appropriate memorial in Pacifica to honor the young men who died […]

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Veterans Group Experience

If you are experiencing symptoms of PTSD, you may want to join a study being conducted by the Stress & Health Research Center located at the San Francisco VA Medical Center. If you are a Veteran who meets the following criteria: Age 18-75, and physically able to participate you can join the study. You will be paid $400 to complete […]

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Echo Theater Suitcase

Due to the SF City shelter-in-place order, this event will not restart until after April 7th. The Echo Theater Suitcase continues its program in 2020. This series of workshops is for Veterans and Non-Veteran allies and runs on Wednesdays from 6:30 – 8:30pm, and Fridays from 12pm – 2pm in Room 212 at the Veterans Building until April 24th. There […]

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Exhibition: Violins of Hope

A Journey of Heroism, Healing and Humanity A free exhibition featuring the Violins of Hope opened to Veterans and the public. The violins share the stories of Jewish resistance fighters and tales of loss and reunification following the war. These remarkable instruments are on view January 17 – March 13, 2020, 1–5pm Tuesday – Saturday, at the Veterans Gallery (Room 102) […]

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David Shulkin at Commonwealth Club

Former US Secretary of Veterans Affairs, David Shulkin, will be speaking at the Commonwealth Club on Wednesday January 15th at noon with check-in starting at 11:00am. After the talk David will be available to sign his book “It Shouldn’t Be This Hard to Serve Your Country. The program will be held at 110 The Embarcadero in San Francisco. Go to […]

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