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Apr
28
Fri
2017
ZooFest 2017 @ San Francisco Zoo & Gardens
Apr 28 @ 6:00 pm – 11:30 pm

ZooFest 2017ZooFest 2017: Call of the Wild Gala on Friday, April 28, is a delightful evening filled with dining and dancing at San Francisco Zoo and Gardens. This year’s event pays tribute to Salesforce.org and Lynne and Marc Benioff for their impact on improving communities, both local and worldwide.

Proceeds from ZooFest support the San Francisco Zoological Society’s mission to connect people with wildlife while inspiring care for nature, and advancing conservation action. Every year, more than 900,000 people visit the SF Zoo, including 300,000 local school children. With help from more than 2,000 animals, the SF Zoo fosters curiosity, appreciation, and respect for nature.

ZooFest: Call of the Wild Event Chairs: Elizabeth and Jeff Minick

Animal-inspired cocktail attire encouraged; valet parking provided

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May
13
Sat
2017
Soirée 2017 – Summer of Love @ The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, San Francisco
May 13 @ 6:00 pm – 11:59 pm

Soirée 2017 - Summer of LoveSoirée 2017 – Summer of Love – at the historic Ritz-Carlton Hotel (San Francisco Landmark #167) will be a psychedelic celebration of the Summer of Love on its 50th anniversary! Experience the landmarks, luminaries, and legacy businesses of Haight-Ashbury and the sights and sounds of the Sixties. Music by San Francisco’s Summer of Love Revue.

The Ritz-Carlton’s 1909 white neoclassical façade will be bathed in Summer of Love-inspired purple. A vintage Volkswagen bus parked inside for photos. Come in black tie or a creative circa-1967 costume — clothing required!

Proceeds from Soirée 2017 will benefit The Landmark Fund, a newly launched program by San Francisco Heritage that aims to ensure that the city’s historic landmarks and legacy businesses fully reflect the diversity of its people and places. Historic designation is the most effective and proactive way to safeguard important places from demolition, destruction, and displacement. The Landmark Fund will nominate 50 buildings, districts, businesses, and nonprofits for landmark or legacy designation over the next five years.