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Freespace is a free community center in San Francisco that regularly hosts a variety of events. All events hosted here are free and open to public. Art exhibitions, classes, bike shares, workshops, play areas and much more are all on offer here. Everyone is welcome to join in and become a part of this ever growing, close-knit community of people. If you would like to host an event of your own then do not hesitate to contact Freespace.
Located in the historic Mission District, the Victoria Theater, a former vaudeville house, is a 480-seater place considered the oldest theater house in all of San Francisco. Built in 1908, this theater has been screening films for a long time right from locally made movies to film festivals and even concerts. Features include amazing Dolby quality sound and a 35mm video screen. Many international film-makers have used this venue while filming, making it an important landmark. Personalities like Whoopie Goldberg, Bill Irwin, Donald O'Connor and Micheal Moore have made appearances here. This venue can also be rented out for live stage productions and other events.
Center of New Music is a community space where aspiring musicians and artists take to the stage to express their talent when it comes to new music. Based on the model of diversity, this all-inclusive space is a close-knit cluster of musicians, artists, professors, curators and critics. On weekends and regular evenings, the Center also makes provisions for workshops, live musical performances and other private and special events. The space also features a gallery which is home to stunning line-ups of solo performances and quintets.
The Roxie, built long before the multiplex era, is one of San Francisco's last independent cinemas. It programs an eccentric repertory schedule that is a cinema goer's dream. It showcases some rarely seen but fabulous films that were quality-made with not a single marketing campaign in sight. It also booked the controversial documentary Kurt & Courtney when no other theater in the country would touch it. The Roxie also host a number of popular film festivals. A registered non-profit since 2009, this lovely piece of SF heritage is well worth seeking out. Check their website for show times, ticketing information, educational programs, membership details, rentals and more.
Are you in the mood for a delicious meal and then maybe some bowling afterwards? If yes, Bowling Club right in the heart of the Mission District is the place for you to try. Six state-of-the-art bowling lanes at reasonable prices are waiting for you to strike. You can even plan private events and parties here. Thanks to the in-house restaurant, the brunch and dinner offerings are quite elaborate. A special treat is the fried chicken by Chef Frank Mitchell, which comes highly recommended. For more information on prices and booking details, check the website.