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UPCOMING EVENTS AND LECTURES

 


15th Annual Maritime Ball - "A Salute to the Matthew Turner"
Saturday, September 9, 2017
Location: Palace Hotel
Join us as we celebrate the first wooden sailing ship to be built in Northern California in more than 85 years!
Please check back soon for more information.
415-561-6662
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Pampanito Wine and Cheese scheduled for 17 May 2017 has been cancelled. Check back for a new date soon.
 

The Sea music Concert Series is now all booked. All concerts will be held aboard the Eureka, as the Balclutha drydocking may go through the concert season.

All concerts are 8:00-10:00pm. The dates and performers are:

Saturday, September 16 TOM KASTLE
From Chicago, accompanying himself on guitar, Tom is a leading exponent of Great Lakes maritime songs.

Saturday, October 21 DIANA GAMEROS AND MARIA JOSE MONTIJO
Spanish language songs of the sea, w/ Latin harp and guitar accompaniment.

Saturday, November 11 PENNY OPRY
Chantey singer and fiddler Joan Wilson Reuter's new band. w/ fiddle and accordion accompanying songs.

Ticket prices; $14 general. $12 SFMNPA members. season ticket: All three concerts, $36 (general and members).

 

Ongoing exhibits

Maritime Arts - At Sea & Ashore
With rope, wood, a brush and even a camera, sailors and artisans used their skills to transform maritime experiences into beautiful and enduring forms. Maritime Museum lobby exhibits include remarkable examples of work from the sailors' trade. At the Maritime Museum, 900 Beach St.


The park has a variety of ongoing exhibits that focus on the Asian American experience.

Look for the Grace Quan at the small boat dock on Hyde Street Pier, an example of a small craft that was used by Chinese immigrants to catch shrimp in San Francisco Bay.

Aboard the ship Balclutha, the "Chinatown" exhibit below deck provides an immersive experience into the living quarters of those who sailed to the Alaskan canneries.

At the park Visitor Center, 499 Jefferson Street, at Hyde Street, exhibits bring to life stories of 19th century Chinese immigration.


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