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    Space, Salsa, Jazz ,Theatre, Opera, Music, Movie 1. Th-Su July 27-30 10am-4pm Francophile Space SIG Free Exhibit 2. Th-Fr July 27-28 7-9pm Francophile Salsa
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      Space, Salsa, Jazz ,Theatre, Opera, Music, Movie

      1. Th-Su July 27-30 10am-4pm Francophile Space SIG Free Exhibit
      2. Th-Fr July 27-28 7-9pm Francophile Salsa SIG Free Lessons
      3. Sa-Su July 29-30 Noon-7pm Francophile Jazz SIG Free Festival
      4. Sa-Su July 29-30 7:30pm Francophile Theatre SIG Free Play
      5. Su July 30 2pm Francophile Outdoor Music SIG Free Concert
      6. Tu Aug 1 6-9pm Free Francophile Outdoor Music SIG
      7. Movie

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      Th-Su July 27-30 10am-4pm Francophile Space SIG Free Exhibit
      NASA:Vision for Space Exploration Experience
      Come take a virtual reality field trip to the Moon, Mars and beyond!
      The "Vision for Space Exploration Experience" is coming to NASA
      Ames Research Center and will be located behind the white tent
      of the NASA Exploration Center. Housed on a 53-foot-long trailer,
      the traveling exhibit will inspire space enthusiasts as they embark
      on their simulated journey to the farthest reaches of the solar
      system. NASA Exploration Center Moffet Field, CA, .
      From interactive holographic control panels to 3D imagery, visitors
      will discover what it might be like to live and work on the surfaces
      of the moon and Mars and to travel to Saturn's moon, Titan.
      http://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/events/2006/travelingexhibit.html

      Th-Fr July 27-28 7-9pm Francophile Salsa SIG Free Lessons
      Ask Jimmy for the Francophiles.
      We have free Salsa lessons offered this week.
      Access the website for directions and more info.
      http://www.jsmoothsalsa.com
      Miraido Village Apt. Clubhouse
      550 N. 6th St. San Jose, CA 95112
      Contact: Jimmy B 408-568-9547 jimmy@...

      Sa-Su July 29-30 Noon-7pm Francophile Jazz SIG Free Festival
      Come Celebrate the 12th Annual North Beach Jazz Festival
      Affectionately referred to internationally as the "Soul of San
      Francisco," North Beach hosts an indoor/outdoor jazz fest featuring
      over 100 local and international artists at over 30 locations
      throughout the week long festival and over 200 artists annually.
      Special programs are also offered including Jazz and Heritage in the
      Park, two days of free jazz in Washington Square Park (Colombus Av &
      Union St)with attendance of over 10,000. http://www.nbjazzfest.com/

      Sa-Su July 29-30 7:30pm Francophile Theatre SIG Free Play
      Free Shakespeare in the Park 2006 presents: The Tempest.
      Cupertino's Memorial Park Amphitheater is located on Stevens
      Creek Boulevard between Mary Avenue and North Stelling.
      Across from De Anza College
      Shakespeare's comic tale of love, romance, and mischief!
      Free Shakespeare in the Park began in 1983, with its debut production
      of The Tempest in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. It is now one of
      the major free Shakespeare programs in the nation. Produced every
      year in San Francisco, Oakland, Pleasanton, Cupertino, and San Mateo
      from July through September, Free Shakespeare in the Park provides
      an opportunity for everyone to see high quality, professional theater
      free of of charge. http://www.sfshakes.org/park/index.html

      Su July 30 2pm Francophile Outdoor Music SIG Free Concert
      San Francisco Opera brings mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe and
      tenor Lawrence Brownlee, two of opera's brightest stars, to Stern
      Grove. Blythe and Brownlee will perform a selection of classic arias
      and ensembles, joined by Melody Moore and Jeremy Galyon and
      the San Francisco Opera Orchestra and conductor Robert Wood.
      The afternoon's program features pieces by Mozart, Rossini, Handel,
      Donizetti, Verdi, and Gounod.
      Join us this summer and experience the new Stern Grove!
      Since 1938, Stern Grove Festival has been the Bay Area's home for the
      best performing arts in a beautiful outdoor setting, completely
      admission-free. And now, after a $15 million renovation, Stern Grove
      is more beautiful than ever.
      The new Stern Grove features: new stage, retractable canopy, terraced
      concert meadow, pathways, restrooms, patron amenities, new
      infrastructure, new landscaping
      Stern Grove :: 19th Avenue & Sloat Blvd :: San Francisco
      http://www.sterngrove.org/concerts.php

      Tu Aug 1 6-9pm Free Francophile Outdoor Music SIG
      This summer Santana Row is pleased to announce a Tuesday night
      summer jazz series in conjunction with the San Jose Jazz Society.
      Every Tuesday evening, May through September, from 6-9 p.m.,
      live jazz concerts will be performed in Park Valencia near
      Maggianos Little Italy, Santana Row, San Jose, CA.

      Playing at your Neighborhood Theatres
      'Russian Dolls' (Les Poupees Russes) by Cédric Klapisch
      Five years after his return from Barcelona, charismatic Frenchman
      Xavier (the hero of L'Auberge Espagnole) is hopping back and forth
      between Paris, London and St. Petersburg, as he confronts money
      problems, creative challenges and his ever-turbulent love life in the
      quest for the perfect life with the perfect woman.
      Romain Duris, Cécile de France, Audrey Tautou, Zenedine Soualem
      and Aïssa Maïga

      'Changing Times'
      Can your first love be your last? Director/co-writer André Téchiné
      examines this romantic idea with tenderness and humor. Gérard
      Depardieu and Catherine Deneuve, together for
      the first time since The Last Metro, play lovers Cécile and Antoine,
      who have been parted for over 30 years. Cécile was the first and
      greatest passion of Antoine's life, and his obsession has led him to
      uncover and invade her current life. She has moved on, to marriage
      and family. Now living in Tangiers, Cécile finds herself suddenly
      reunited with her past—a past determined to become her future.
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