Monica Lee, artist-in-residence at Ruth’s Table (Bethany Senior Center), has been a professional photographer in San Francisco for 30 years. Her works, including three books, have been published nationally and internationally. Most recently, Monica has devoted her time to her life-long passion for making art. She has been influenced all her life by her 90-year-old father who can always be found making and building things. She has taught dozens of craft workshops in the Bay Area with participants ages 2-99 … Read More
from Jason Dewees, The Palm Broker @ Flora Grubb Gardens (November 19, 2009)
Not far from our store, in the Sunnyside neighborhood (near Glen Park), is an extraordinary grove of 100-plus-year-old palms surrounding a historic conservatory-like pavilion. It’s called the Sunnyside Conservatory, and, built in 1898 as a garden structure on a large country estate (before the city engulfed the area), it’s on San Francisco’s list of landmarks.
Most of the palms are Phoenix canariensis, the Canary Island date … Read More
In the initial planning stages….Stay Tuned…..
100 Lemons: a lively and bountiful celebration of community, backyard sustainability, and everything lemon. Demonstrations, talks, music, good conversation, and of course lemonade.
Featuring the Community Project: 100 Lemons (inspired by “The Lemon List: 100 Things to do with a Meyer Lemon” by Amy Scattergood, Los Angeles Times Food Section, January 16, 2008).
We enjoyed a Classical French Horn program presented by the French Horn Quartet of the Contra Costa Wind Symphony in the Conservatory. The musicians were Jenny Kennedy, Jeff Dickey, David Poe, and Paul Schneider. Sunday, April 21st, 4:00. Doors open at 3:30 PM. Light refreshments served. Free.