Monthly Archives: November 2011
Tis the season for ice skating! Sharpen those skates and bundle up for these outdoor ice skating rinks : the Embarcadero Center Ice Skating Rink and the Union Square Ice Skating Rink. They are only going to be around during the holidays, so enjoy them while they are here!
Thanksgiving can be a day of football… A day of cooking and good food… and also a day to be thankful for what you have. Have a Happy Thanksgiving and a fun weekend!
Founding Partner of CMG Landscape Architecture Willett Moss will be presenting a lecture about the Application of Theory in the Practice of Landscape Architecture Date: November 29, 2011 (Tuesday) Time: 7:00pm Location: 601 Brannan Street, Room 121 For more information about Willet Moss, click here.
The holidays are coming up soon with Thanksgiving just around the corner. What have you been thinking about in class lately? Perhaps holiday sweets have been on your mind? The Conservatory of Flowers is hosting the event, “Frosting the Conservatory,” where the public can drop in and create confectionery “greenhouses.” For a $10 fee, you [...]
Who said slides are only for kids and playgrounds? Click here for a few examples of how stairs are out and slides are in.
Yasmine Farazian, a new instructor teaching Spatial Design at the Academy of Art University, was interviewed by thecoursebook.com! Click here to read what gave her the motivation to teach at the new School of Landscape Architecture from the Academy of Art University.
An event from The Garden Conservancy! In conjunction with the lecture by artist Andy Cao at the Walt Disney Museum on Thursday, November 17, we have also arranged a special opportunity to view his two Bay Area installations and to meet the artist at CornerStone Sonoma. Sunday afternoon, November 20, 2011 CornerStone Sonoma 2350 Arnold [...]
Are you trying to save money for the upcoming holidays? Perhaps you should take a stroll inside the San Francisco Botanical Garden for FREE! The San Francisco Botanical Garden is internationally known for its beauty, diverse plant collections, educational programs and conservation. Enter a green oasis full of colorful gardens where little botanists and horticulturalists [...]