Bio-X, Salsa, Embryonic, Theatre, Music, The Breakfast Club
- Bio-X, Salsa, Embryonic, Theatre, Music, The Breakfast Club
1. Th Aug 31 1-5pm Free Bio-X Interdisciplinary Symposium
2. Th Aug 31 7-9pm Salsa Special Interest Group Free Lessons
3. Th Aug 31 7-8:30pm Humanist Special Interest Group Free Event
4. Sept 1-Sept 17 7pm Theatre SIG Free Shakespeare's Love vs. Fate
5. Sept 2-24 Theatre Special Interest Group Free Play
6. Tu Sept 5 6-9pm Free Outdoor Music SIG
7. We Sept 6 8-10pm Francophile Outdoor Movie SIG Free Screening
8. Nanny, Movie
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Th Aug 31 1-5pm Free Bio-X Interdisciplinary Symposium
The Bio-X Program at Stanford University has, as one of its
major goals, the enhancement of interdisciplinary programs
among the scientific communities at Stanford in computer
science and technology, engineering, the basic sciences in H&S,
the earth sciences and the pre-clinical and clinical sciences
in the School of Medicine in areas related to bioengineering,
biosciences and biomedicine.
Clark Center Auditorium, 318 Campus Drive, Room S354
Stanford, CA 94305-5449
Th Aug 31 7-9pm Salsa Special Interest Group Free Lessons
Ask Jimmy for the Francophiles.
We have free Salsa lessons offered this week.
Access the website for directions and more info.
Miraido Village Apt. Clubhouse
550 N. 6th St. San Jose, CA 95112
Contact: Jimmy B 408-568-9547 jimmy@...
Th Aug 31 7-8:30PM Humanist Special Interest Group Free Event
Human Embryonic Stem Cells: Science, Ethics, and Politics
No registration required. Open to the public, no charge to attend.
Lawn chairs will be available (or bring your own).
Lawn outside Cantor Arts Center Stanford, CA, 94030
Human embryonic stem cells are among the most promising, most
complicated, and most controversial areas of contemporary
biomedical research. Professor Julie Baker s lab is working to
create and understand human embryonic stem cells; she will
describe the scientific challenges of this work and the medical
and scientific reasons these challenges are worthwhile.
Professor Hank Greely serves on Stanford and California
committees that are working to ensure stem cell research
proceeds ethically. He will discuss the difficult issues that
need to be resolved, not just about what kind of research
should be done but how that research should be done and the
political complications these issues raise.
Sept 1-Sept 17 7pm Theatre SIG Free Shakespeare's Love vs. Fate
Admission is always Free. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays.
Shady Shakespeare performs at Sanborn-Skyline Park in Saratoga
`The Taming of the Shrew' and `Romeo and Juliet'
Shady Shakespeare is embarking on a new season with twice the
Shakespeare at no additional cost. This season we are producing two
of Shakespeare's best loved plays in repertory, with alternating
performance evenings. More info http://www.shadyshakes.org
Join us and enjoy watching one troupe of
talented performers alternate between these two productions.
The Taming of the Shrew - by Angie Higgins and Sharon Salazar
In the rough-and-tumble world of the wild, wild west we find the
tumultuous love affair of Kate and Petruchio. Thought around
town to be a filly who can't be broken, Petruchio sets out to show
the local citizens that he has what it takes to bring this wild
Little does he know that Fate has a surprise for him and she might
not be the only one who gets tamed. Come see the hillarious antics as
these two-of-a-kind creatures come in the showdown of the year.
Romeo and Juliet - Directed by Larry Barrott
Perhaps the best known love story of all time, Fate guides us through
the tragic tale of Romeo and Juliet as it takes the stage this
From Hwy 85: From the north you will take the De Anza Blvd Exit
and turn R onto De Anza Blvd (Saratoga-Sunnyvale Ave)
From the south you will take the Saratoga Ave Exit and turn left
onto De Anza Blvd (Saratoga-Sunnyvale Ave) heading West.
Once off the freeway:
Continue on Saratoga-Sunnyvale Ave through downtown Saratoga.
Stay straight and continue up Hwy 9 approximately 4.5 miles.
Immediatly after the Saratoga Springs sign you will turn left onto
Sanborn Rd. Stay on Sanborn Rd approximately 2 miles.
Turn right into the Sanborn park entrance.
After receiving your $5 permit, park in either the first lot on
your right or the first on your left. To get to the theatre, Go
through the first parking lot on the right, turn right on the walking
path and then left onto the next path, cross through the picnic area,
down the hill, across the bridge to the the stage.
Sept 2-24 Theatre Special Interest Group Free Play
Free Shakespeare in the Park 2006 presents: The Tempest.
San Francisco: Parade Ground in the Presidio
Saturdays at 7:30 pm
Sundays and Labor Day Monday at 2:30 pm
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.
Tu Sept 5 6-9pm Free 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
We Sept 6 8-10pm Francophile Outdoor Movie SIG Free Screening
The Breakfast Club (1985) R
What better way to end Cinema San Pedro than with the
quintessential 80's movie?Join Molly Ringwald, Judd Nelson,
Emilio Estavez and Ally Sheedy, in this John Hughes helmed
movie, as they share Saturday school detention and end up finding
out they have more in common with one another than they thought.
It's an event! All Wednesdays, June, July and August.
The movie screen is located on San Pedro Street, San Jose next to
the parking garage. Free parking is available after 6:00 p.m. in the
lighted, multi-level city lot located on San Pedro St. Enter the lot
from Market St. between Santa Clara and St. John streets.
Short films will be announced at each screening.
Unwind by taking off your shoes, kicking back in your favorite lawn
chair with a drink and watching a great flick under the stars. On top
of classic movies, Cinema San Pedro provides Maverick short films
and uniquely themed entertainment each evening.
Looking for a French Speaking Nanny to take care of two children
(2 years old girl and 4 years old boy) during the week (Atherton).
Please contact Sarah if you are interested.
650-740-0649 or sarah_stanwyck@...
My name is Elena. I am looking for a French teacher for my
8-year-old girl daughter (beginner).
I live in Palo Alto close to Stanford and I would prefer to have
classes at home. Once a week, Any weekday is fine after 3 PM.
My cell (408) 394-2256, e-mail: anikanor@...
Looking for a French Speaking Nanny to take care of my 1 year old
daughter, 5 mornings per week, at our house in Foster City.
Please contact Diane Poirier if you are interested.
Heading South (Vers Le Sud)
Directed by Laurent Cantet ("Time Out"). Starring Charlotte
Rampling, Karen Young, Louise Portal, Ménothy Cesar and
Lys Ambroise. Based on stories by Dany Laferriere and set in late
1970s Haiti, where a group of single middle-aged women have come
for sun, fun, and romance with attractive young Haitian men, of
whom teenaged Legba is an especially prized companion.
English and French, with English subtitles. Not Rated/105 minutes