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Events

Programs and special events

Since the early years of our organization, SF Heritage has built upon its educational programming to help inform San Franciscans about their architectural and cultural traditions and surroundings. From our public programs to house and walking tours based at the Haas-Lilienthal House, check out our upcoming and past events below.

Current and Upcoming Events

Heritage in the Neighborhoods: Haight-Ashbury

Our Heritage in the Neighborhoods program is going to the Haight-Ashbury in August 2022!

Extended to August 31! Haight Artist-in-Residence Exhibition: “Mouse House”

San Francisco Heritage is hosting the Haight-Ashbury’s original resident artist, counterculture icon Stanley Mouse at its Gallery 1506 Haight exhibition space, located in the historic Doolan-Larson Building.
Past Events

Doors Open Access to the Haas-Lilienthal House

Free access to the historic Haas-Lilienthal House as part of the California Preservation Foundation’s Doors Open California event.

“Deep Listening: How We Prioritize Diverse Voices in Historic Preservation”

How can we center community knowledge and voices as part of our work to promote more inclusive and equitable processes,…

Market Street: A Collaboration of Modern Design Masters

Hosted by the California Preservation Foundation, Market Street: A Collaboration of Modern Design Masters is a virtual tour and panel…

“50 Years of San Francisco Heritage”

Hosted by the San Francisco History Association, SF Heritage's Woody LaBounty shared 50 years of San Francisco Heritage history.

2022 Semi-Annual Meeting

At SF Heritage’s Semi-Annual Meeting, we reviewed our early plans for 2022 and introduced our new President & CEO, Karalyn…

The Cadillac Hotel, The Loopers, & the Legacy of Affordable Housing in the Tenderloin

Join Heritage and the Tenderloin Museum for a special presentation on the history of the Cadillac Hotel, a landmarked building…

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