Currently holding Yoga Classes on Sunday, Tuesday and
Please see our website for
New! Drop-in Knitting Clinic
New Knitting Classes starting in April.
More information below and on our website.
Word for Word Performing Arts Company Presents
The Silverberg Evening with
Author of Birds of America, Self Help, and Like
Tuesday, March 13 at 7:30 PM
Featuring a performance of her story "Which Is More
Than I Can Say About Some People"
Directed by Joel Mullennix
Also featuring a conversation with Ms. Moore conducted by her
Following the performance, there will be a reception at which
Ms. Moore will sign books.
ONE NIGHT ONLY! March 13, 2007 at 7:30
Cowell Theatre at Fort Mason Center, San Francisco
$35-$50, including reserved seating and post-show
Tickets: 415-345-7575 or www.fortmason.org/boxoffice
Comfort Zone Investing
Wednesday, March 14 at 7 PM
Investing doesn't have to be stressful. Read this book to help you
make money — and relax. You'll find what you need to know about the
stock market, what moves it, what makes a great stock, and insider tips
how to invest. It's all in language you can understand, with
directions, so you can start building wealth today and sleep well
In a few hours, you'll learn more than most investors do in a lifetime.
Ted Allrich spent more than thirty years on Wall Street, including
ten as an investment adviser, and his knowledge will help you succeed.
Friday, March 16 at 7 PM
Historical expertise marries page-turning fiction in Alison Weir's
enthralling novel, Innocent Traitor: A Novel of Lady Jane
Grey, breathing new life into one of the most significant and
tumultuous periods of the English monarchy. It is the story of Lady Jane
Grey — "the Nine Days' Queen" — a fifteen-year-old girl who
unwillingly finds herself at the center of the religious and civil unrest
that nearly toppled the fabled House of Tudor during the sixteenth
century. Alison Weir uses her unmatched skills as a historian to
enliven the dynamic characters of this majestic drama.
Saturday, March 24 at 3 PM
The author of Girl with a Pearl Earring turns her
literary talents to the turbulent last decade of the eighteenth century
and the anti-Jacobin scare of 1792. In Burning Bright,
Chevalier interweaves the lives of a chairmaker's family who moves
from the country to London and become neighbors of the poet and painter
William Blake. The book is a brilliant portrait of a time of high social
unrest in Britain, as seen through the eyes of residents in one London
neighborhood, including Blake himself.
Learn to Knit, Session E:
Sundays, April 8, 15, 22, and 29
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Course Fee: $90 (Includes Materials).
Intermediate Techniques, Session A:
Mondays, April 9, 16, 23, and 30
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Course Fee: $80.
NEW! Drop-in Knitting Clinic and
If you can't commit to an ongoing class, or you only need a bit of help
here and there, this beginning and intermediate knitting clinic is for
you. Bring your questions and whatever project you're currently working
and get the help you need.
Cost: $10 per hour
Newbie — or lifelong knitter? Either way, you're welcome to drop by
our free social circle and enjoy a fun, relaxing evening in the company
other knitters. Bring your latest project and we'll bring the tea.
Crocheters are welcome, too!
Click here for more information.
To sign up for a class, please call the store at
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more information on our upcoming Knitting Classes.