“Take some more tea,” the March Hare said to Alice, very earnestly.
“I’ve had nothing yet,” Alice replied in an offended tone, “so I can’t take more.”
Let’s have tea, shall we? Leave the proper crumbs on the butter knife, for changing subjects is a sticky affair and we’ve no time to wash the things between whiles. So how do you fancy your tea? What do you think about the student assignment process? Pour another cup, please; by the eighth round, it’ll do us all some good. For vittles, there’s handheld savory Bike Basket Pies, almond cookies from Dianda’s, dainty Po’Kies, octodogs, and quesadilla salvadoreña from Pan Lido. Blast, my teacup overfloweth. May I use this Make magazine kids issue as a saucer? Let’s all move one place on… Om and cheers!
Events: (subject to change, confirm times)
The Velveteen Rabbit: Studio to Stage
ODC dancers teach family movement and dances from The Velveteen Rabbit, Then see it performed live at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. A marvelous introduction to the performing arts. Thurs., Nov. 19. 4pm-5:30pm. $20 (includes workshop and ticket to show). ODC Dance Center, 351 Shotwell St. (btw 17th and 18th)
My Three Angels
Christmas comedy play by Samuel and Bella Spewack (“Kiss Me Kate”). Set in penal colony of French Guiana around turn of the century, three convicts fix a rooftop and end up solving problems for a family. Moral convictions turn hazy under a warm romantic light. Fri. & Sat., Nov. 20 & 21 at 8pm. Sun., Nov. 23 matinee at 3pm. $3-6. Mission Dolores Auditorium, 3321 16th St. (near Dolores)
Art in Storefronts
“There is a man cut in two by the window,” glimmered André Breton. Hold yourself together and come undone while window-hopping along the corridor. Featuring a variety of art projects and installations transforming storefronts. Community celebration kicks off with Mixcoatl Anahuac Danza Azteca, Jazz by the Association, reception and remarks at Triple Base Gallery. Fri., Nov. 20. 7pm-10pm. Free. Lower 24th Street.
International Studies Academy Concert
Hosted by Sara Papagni. Fri. Nov. 20. 7:30pm-10pm. No cover. Dolores Park Cafe, 501 Dolores St. (at 18th )
T.D. Skatchit and Company
“Witness the Skatchbox; a new musical invention by Thomas Skatchit. Built out of cardboard boxes and played with combs, this recession era wonder conjures up sounds previously unknown to man. The mere sweep of the comb across the box creates a new universe of sound reminiscent of wind, the seashore, birds singing, frogs croaking and other magical sounds.” Fri., Nov. 20. 8pm. $5-10. Community Music Center, 544 Capp St. (btw 20th and 21st)
Global Village Holiday Sale and Fundraiser
Guatemalan handicrafts, traditional handwoven huipils, baked goods and quality children’s books for sale to benefit Centro Las Olas Preschool and Maya Traditions Foundation. Cash only. Sat., Nov. 21. 2pm-6pm. Centro Las Olas Preschool, 3739 26th St. (btw Dolores and Guerrero)
Tree Frog Treks
Slither me this, gnatman. Rockin’ reptiles and awesome amphibians! Come meet rescued reptiles like Julie the Burmese Python. Learn how to help preserve their natural homes. Sat., Nov. 21. 2pm-4pm. Free. Paxton Gate Curiosities For Kids, 766 Valencia St. (near 19th)
George Cole Quintet
Original acoustic music inspired by Gypsy jazz and the Great American Songbook. Lush boy-girl harmonies, virtuoso guitar and violin solos, charismatic banter, polka dots and moonbeams. Sat., Nov. 21. 8pm. $15-20. Red Poppy Art House, 2698 Folsom St. (at 23rd)
Mystic Family Circus presents messages from these times. An intentional community gathering with Elders, presentation and rituals, messages and prophecies conveyed by multi-media and performances. Bring photos and items for the altar dedicated to loved ones passed. Sun., Nov. 22. 3:30pm-9pm. $25-50. The Women’s Building, 3543 18th St. (at Lapidge).
The Greatest Bubble Show On Earth on Nov. 27, 28, 29 and Dec. 6.
The Velveteen Rabbit from Nov. 27 to Dec. 13. Watch the video.
16 Days of ARTivism for the Healing of Violence Against Women and Girls from Nov. 25 to Dec. 10
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