Events are a great way to get involved in the Asian community in San Francisco and find out what we’re up to at Project by Project. These events include current partner events, past partner events, community events we will be volunteering in, or they can also be our own internal PbP events. Check them out below.
Trans March with APIENC
Friday, June 28, 2019
5pm - 8pm
Join the Asian Pacific Islander Equality - Northern California (APIENC) for this year’s Trans March.
APIENC will be sponsoring this event at the Dolores Park (exact location TBD) in SF.
Chinatown Community Development Center Happy Hour
THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 2019
5pm - 7pm
Our past partner, Chinatown CDC will be hosting a Happy Hour event at the beautiful Harborview Bar & Lounge. With its spectacular views of the waterfront and Bay Bridge, it’s a great place for scrumptious snacks and aloha vibes. Your $25 donation ticket includes complimentary dim-sum nibbles and patio seating with gorgeous panoramic views. A special cocktail made just for this Happy Hour event will also be available for purchase.
Gum Moon’s Chinese Opera Fundraiser
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2019
9am - 11am
The Friends of Harmony Chinese Musical Center (Hang Yuen) present
Chinese Opera fundraiser to benefit Gum Moon Women’s Residence/Asian Women’s Resource Center.
Harmony Chinese Musical Center (Hang Yuen) will present a four hour performance of music featuring excerpts of many Cantonese opera classics. The performance will be at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center.
More info coming soon.
Sunday Streets SF
Sunday Streets is a series of free, fun open street events empowering local communities. Usually car-congested streets running from 1-4 miles long will be transformed into car-free community spaces for kids, seniors, and various organizations to connect with folks in the neighborhood.
July 14th, 11am-4pm, Mission
The PbP Team will be volunteering on this date of Sunday Streets, see below for additional dates open to the public:
Aug 8th, SOMA
Sept 8th, Tenderloin
May 9th, 2019, 6:30pm
Castro Theatre, San Francisco
Chinatown Rising is a film by Harry Chuck and Josh Chuck depicting the Asian-American Movement against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-1960s. It captures perspective of young residents on the front lines of dramatic neighborhood transitions.
The film will be featured as the opening night film at CAAMFEST37, for more info, go to ChinatownRising.com
APIENC Give Out Day
APIENC is one of our partners.
Give Out Day is the only national day of giving to LGBTQ organizations in the U.S., and it happened on Thursday, April 18th.