Events

Mark your calendars for these upcoming events!

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Holiday Open House 2019
Sunday, December 8, 12:00PM – 3:00PM
Haas-Lilienthal House
2007 Franklin Street

Join Heritage for an afternoon of holiday fun at the Haas-Lilienthal House to show our appreciation for your annual membership support. Holiday cheer, refreshments, music, and a visit from Santa! We will also collect toys and canned goods to benefit Toys for Tots and the SF-Marin Food Bank respectively, and welcome any donations that you can bring in.

*This event is FREE to all members and friends of Heritage, but please register so that we know you are coming.

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A selection of teas and sandwiches laid out on a table

Holiday Victorian Teas 2019
Friday-Sunday, December 13, 14, 15, 2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Haas-Lilienthal House
2007 Franklin Street

This holiday season, we’d like to invite you to join us for our annual Victorian Teas at The Haas-Lilienthal House. From December 13th through 15th, enjoy a full buffet of delicious tea sandwiches, warm scones and delectable petit fours plus unique tea blends served from silver pots. Docent-led tours of the magnificent mansion will be offered after tea service. Proceeds benefit the continued maintenance and restoration of the Haas-Lilienthal House under the direction of San Francisco Heritage.

Period costumes are always encouraged, but not required.

Please notify us at least five days before the event if there are group seating preferences or food allergy concerns.

VIP Adult/$75; Adult/$60; Child (10 and under)/$30

Saturday and Sunday dates are now SOLD OUT, but Friday tickets are still available!

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Previous events

Lecture Series 2019: November 14 – South Park & Rincon Hill

Paul Fisher presenting in front of a screen, titled "South Park 2019"Thank you to all who attended this sold out event! San Francisco was a rough place in the 1850s, but it contained an island of style and propriety: Rincon Hill and South Park. Robert Louis Stevenson called it “the most San Franciscoey part of San Francisco.” The notorious Second Street Cut, the 1906 Earthquake, and the Bay Bridge almost killed it, but today the area has been reborn as a unique and delightful part of the city. Paul Fisher gave us a virtual tour, followed by an optional fixed-price dinner for $75. Co-presented by the 640 Heritage Preservation Foundation

VENUE: Presidio Golf & Concordia Club

 


For any questions about our events, please contact Kerri Young at kyoung@sfheritage.org.