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Apr
29
Sat
2017
2017 San Francisco Decorator Showcase @ 2017 Decorator Showhouse
Apr 29 @ 11:00 am – May 29 @ 4:00 pm

2017 San Francisco Decorator ShowcaseSince 1977, the San Francisco Decorator Showcase has raised over $15 million in support of the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program. This year’s Showcase promises to be extra special, as it marks the 40th anniversary of the historic event.

The 2017 Decorator Showcase is located at 2698 Pacific Avenue, bringing this esteemed event back to Pacific Heights for the anniversary celebration. The exquisite 11,000 square foot residence, built in 1904 and designed by renowned architects Newsom and Newsom, offers panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.
To help us ring in the 40th year in style, we’ve enlisted the help of some of the Bay Area’s finest interior designers and landscape architects. Click here for the full list.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday: 10am-3pm (last entry)
Friday: 10am-7pm (last entry)
Sunday and Memorial Day: 11am-4pm (last entry)
CLOSED MONDAY (except Memorial Day)

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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.