Lecture: The Golden Age of Ocean Travel
Nov
18
3:00 PM15:00

Lecture: The Golden Age of Ocean Travel

The Golden Age of Ocean Travel

A Talk by Maritime Historian David Perry

We are honored to welcome our speaker, David Perry, who lectures regularly about the golden age of ocean travel, specifically the Trans-Atlantic liners of the early 20th century. Having circumnavigated the globe by ship during a sabbatical from his marketing and PR firm, he returns to the sea as often as possible. Perry keeps in touch with his active fan base at www.linerlore.com. This lecture will focus on the Art Deco masterpieces of ship travel, and how those designs continue to resonate today.

No-host cocktail hour starts at 3pm; lecture at 4pm.

Admission is $10 for ADSC or Bellevue Club members; $15 for non-members. Pay at the door.

For an optional dinner in the Bellevue Club Dining Room after the program, please phone 510-451-1000 or email reception@bellevueclub.org for reservations. Parking in the Bellevue garage is free – pull into driveway and press the intercom button for entry.

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Suspects Murder Mystery Theater Dinner on the Delta King
Oct
20
7:30 PM19:30

Suspects Murder Mystery Theater Dinner on the Delta King

Make it a weekend getaway in Old Sacramento!

It's twilight and the gas lights cast strange shadows onboard the great old Mississippi showboat traveling down from Memphis. You are on the Delta King having a gin and tonic watching the sky darken as the moon rises...

Join the well-dressed ladies and gentlemen as they gather for dinner, but don’t forget this isn’t just any dinner - as you soon will see. It is a murder mystery dinner on the historic Delta King Riverboat Hotel in Old Town Sacramento on Saturday night, October 20, at 7:30PM.

Known as the “Suspects Dinner Theatre,” there is a mystery to solve while enjoying the ambiance, company, and good food. But who are your dinner companions? As the live theatre action takes place all around you, can you be sure someone at your table isn’t a suspect? Try to solve the mystery before anyone else.

Come just for the evening on the Delta King or arrive early Saturday to Old Town and stay overnight. Plan your own itinerary around the evening dinner theatre or coordinate your plans with your deco pals - there is an array of things to see and do on Saturday and Sunday in Old Town all within walking distance. Perhaps take the train from the Bay Area, spend the night aboard the Delta King after Saturday’s dinner and awaken relaxed and refreshed ready to explore the sights of Old Town on Sunday. Here is what you need to know to plan your custom excursion:

Make your Suspects Dinner Theatre reservations online (look for our designated Art Deco Group) or by calling (916) 443-3600.

Book your Delta King hotel room separately from the dinner (overnight stay includes breakfast the next morning).

Other hotels within walking distance of Old Town include the Holiday Inn (300 J St.) and Embassy Suites (100 Capital Mall).

For information on other restaurants in Old Town, go to www.oldsacramento.com/eat

Other things to do in Old Sacramento either before dinner Saturday or Sunday include:

California Railroad Museum – Old Town

Old Sacramento Tours

Gold Fever

Old Sacramento Underground

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How To Gatsby Lecture
Jul
29
2:00 PM14:00

How To Gatsby Lecture

In preparation for the Gatsby Summer Afternoon, join us for a brief talk on picnics and fashion of the 1920s and 30s, followed by shopping for Gatsby clothing and accessories from select local vendors, including Decades of Fashion, Relic Vintage, City Vintage, My Lili Marlene, and more!

Cocktails at 2pm, lecture at 3pm, shopping to follow. 

Admission is $10 for ADSC or Bellevue Club members, $15 for non-members. Tickets available at the door.

For an optional dinner in the Bellevue Club Dining Room after the program, please phone 510-451-1000 or email reception@bellevueclub.org for reservations by Friday, July 27. Parking in the Bellevue Club garage is free.

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Cable Car Capers Return, Saturday July 7
Jul
7
2:00 PM14:00

Cable Car Capers Return, Saturday July 7

Deco Drinks meets San Francisco history, as we spend an afternoon visiting some of the city's most special spots, along the California Street cable car line.  Take the whole trip, or join us anywhere along the route (see the UPDATED time-table below)!

1920s - '40s-style daywear is appreciated; don a nifty hat, but make sure your shoes are comfortable. Be sure to bring car-fare -- the cable car is $7 per ride (no transfers). Cash for drinks will speed your service, too. See you there!!

2:00 pm. Tadich Grill. 240 California Street. Tadich's is California's oldest restaurant, and its interior, menu and wonderful service are a sort of time-capsule of the 1920s-'30s. Those wishing to eat lunch before the Caper (a splendid idea) should arrive at this time in order to enjoy a meal. The clam chowder is highly recommended!

3:00-3:45 pm. Gather at the bar for a cocktail at Tadich Grill.

4:00-4:30 pm. Cable car ride from Tadich Grill to California St. & Grant Ave.  Arrive at Far East Cafe. 631 Grant Avenue.

4:45-5:30 pm. The Far East Cafe dates from 1928; enjoy the antique ceiling lanterns and notice the wood paneling and booths, while you sip a libation at the bar.

5:45-6:15 pm. Cable car ride to Mason St.  Arrive at the Tonga Room, in the Fairmont Hotel, 950 Mason Street.

6:15-7:15 pm. Not just any old tiki bar, the Tonga Room dates to 1929, when an exotic bar (later remodeled in the 1950s) replaced the hotel's Terrace Plunge pool. Enjoy the lagoon and watch out for the hurricane! The drinks are generous and tropical.

7:15 pm. Stroll down the hill to our final stop, Stookey's Club Moderne (our favorite post-Prohibition, ADSC award-winning, watering hole) for a special cocktail created just for us! 895 Bush Street.

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I Love Deco in the Springtime Lecture Series
Feb
11
to Apr 6

I Love Deco in the Springtime Lecture Series

The Art Deco Society of California presents a Spring lecture series, as prelude to this year’s Art Deco Preservation Ball: MOONLIGHT IN PARIS

All talks are held at the Bellevue Club: 525 Bellevue Ave., Oakland. Free parking in the building garage.

Vintage attire is greatly admired, but not required.

A 3-lecture subscription is $30 for ADSC members; $48 for non-members, with guaranteed seating if purchased by February 7. Individual lectures are $12 each for ADSC members; $17 each for non-members, online or at the door while available.

Subscriptions and Individual Lectures

Paris Fashion of the 1920s and ’30s

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11

A talk by Theresa LaQuey, with a special pre-Valentine's Day jewelry sale!

Cocktail hour starts at 3pm, lecture at 4pm


L’Exposition des Arts Decoratifs in Paris 1925, and its Influence on California Architects

SUNDAY, MARCH 11

A talk by Therese Poletti

Cocktail hour starts at 3pm, lecture at 4pm


The Lost Generation: Americans in Paris

FRIDAY, APRIL 6

A talk by Lori Leigh Gieleghem

Cocktail hour starts at 5pm, lecture at 6pm

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Annual Membership Party
Jan
14
3:00 PM15:00

Annual Membership Party

Please join us for a splendid party to celebrate the amazing dedication, fabulous style, and exuberant spirit of our wonderful members and volunteers! Music by Sara Klotz de Aguilar.

Delicious appetizers and desserts provided. No host cocktails.

Members free!
$25 non-members

Please RSVP to zelda1927@artdecosociety.org or 510-271-6760 by January 8.

Vintage afternoon cocktail attire admired but not required.

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Art Deco Air Monsters: A Brief Talk about the Age of the Rigid Airship
Nov
19
4:30 PM16:30

Art Deco Air Monsters: A Brief Talk about the Age of the Rigid Airship

Presented by Joe DiPietro

The Art Deco age ushered in no end of innovation in art, music, and literature. It was also an age of technological innovation that saw the pinnacle of the development of rigid airship. From their roles as an adjunct to military might to their success as the epitome of elegant travel, the rigid airship continues to capture the imagination and inspire awe. Join us for a convivial little lecture on these fascinating aircraft to be presented by the ADSC's foremost (self-described, pun-intended) "gasbag."

3:30pm Pre-holiday ADSC open house, with special items for purchase, Suite 311
4:30pm No-host cocktails, 4th Floor
5:30pm Lecture begins, 4th Floor
6:30pm Optional dinner, please make reservations by calling 510-451-1000, by Nov. 17

Admission $10 for ADSC/Bellevue members / $15 for non-members; pay at the door

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The Vamp – A 1920s Salon
Jun
11
3:30 PM15:30

The Vamp – A 1920s Salon

Known interchangeably as vamps or vampires, glamorous and mysterious women haunted the films and fashions of the 1920s. What if they were both vamps and vampires?

Spotlighting her novel, Vamps of '29, Alice Jurow will present a late afternoon literary cocktail salon. The program will include a mini-lecture on the history of the vamp; 1920s vamp fashions; and a reading of selected delicious passages.

Books will be available for purchase and signing – or order your copy from Amazon or Barnes & Noble.com and bring it along for an inscription. Your vampiest (or most vamp-appreciative) cocktail attire will be much admired.

No-host cocktail hour (featuring the 'Vampire's Kiss') begins at 3:30 pm; program begins at 4:30 pm.

Tickets at the door: $10 for ADSC members; $15 for non-members. Books (trade paperback) are $15.

For those with a taste for mortal food, dinner will be available in the Bellevue Club's beautiful Dining Room. Please make a reservation by June 9 if you plan to dine (510-451-1000), and be sure to let the club know if you need to cancel.

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Lecture: Art Deco Metropolis - The Whiz-Bang Buildings of Modern New York
May
4
6:30 PM18:30

Lecture: Art Deco Metropolis - The Whiz-Bang Buildings of Modern New York

The Chrysler Building, the Waldorf-Astoria, Rockefeller Center--these are among the hundreds of Art Deco monuments that during the 1920s and ‘30s helped create the image of New York City as the world’s Modern Metropolis.

In New York, Art Deco evolved through a series of Manhattan skyscrapers into the city’s chief architectural language. Following a massive reawakening of interest in them during the 1970s, New York’s Deco buildings today survive as prized remnants of a distant yet modern past that still help define the city’s visual identity. From the great skyscrapers to apartments, diners, hotels, department stores, banks, and theaters, Anthony Robins will show us the sights!

Mr. Robins' book, Art Deco New York, will be available for sale and signing.

No-host cocktail hour at 6:30 pm; lecture begins at 7:30 pm

Tickets at the door: $10 for ADSC members; $15 for non-members

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Lecture: The Geometry of Mystery: The Egyptian Revival & Secret Societies
Apr
2
3:00 PM15:00

Lecture: The Geometry of Mystery: The Egyptian Revival & Secret Societies

The Geometry of Mystery: The Egyptian Revival & Secret Societies
An illustrated lecture by Adam G. Kendall

The opening of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922 set off a world-wide craze for all things Egyptian-inspired, but it was by no means the first wave of “Egyptomania.” Ancient Egypt has been a land of mystery and wonder for the West for three thousand years. It has influenced art, architecture, mathematics, literature and religion. This presentation is an examination of the real and imaged cultural legacy of Ancient Egypt, the history of the romanticism of this venerable civilization, and how its powerfully influential tradition of exotic and esoteric wisdom claimed by secret societies and mystical fraternities is only loosely based upon historical reality. Since the exotic and mysterious decor of Oakland's Scottish Rite building has helped to inspire this year’s theme, we are pleased to welcome this special speaker.

Adam G. Kendall is an ADSC member and for over 14 years has been a recognized scholar of Masonic history, presenting at several international symposia, as well as producing exhibits, historical video scripts and publications.

No-host cocktails at 3pm, lecture at 4pm.

$10 for ADSC and Bellevue Club members, $15 for non-members.

The Dining Room at the Bellevue Club will be open that evening at 5:30. Dinner reservations are required by March 31 if you so choose; please call 510-451-1000.

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Film Screening: Agatha Christie's Death on the Nile
Mar
19
3:00 PM15:00

Film Screening: Agatha Christie's Death on the Nile

Our mysterious voyage begins! You are invited to an exclusive screening of Agatha Christie’s Death on the Nile. It’s an elegant whodunit with a legendary cast: Bette Davis, Maggie Smith, Angela Lansbury, Lois Chiles, Jane Birkin, David Niven, George Kennedy and Peter Ustinov as Hercule Poirot. Filmed on location and the winner of an Academy Award for costume design, this 1978 movie is a perfect prelude to this year’s Art Deco Preservation Ball.

No-host cocktails at 3pm, movie starts at 4pm. The film is 2 hours and 20 minutes long.

Admission by donation, or free with your Ball ticket purchase!

Deco daywear is not required but is admired; prize for the best-dressed Cairo tourist of 1930! 

Fabulous door prizes! Ball tickets will be on sale!

The Dining Room at the Bellevue Club will be open that evening. Dinner reservations are required by March 17, if you so choose; please call 510-451-1000.

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Lecture: The Evolution of Art Deco in San Francisco
Mar
5
2:00 PM14:00

Lecture: The Evolution of Art Deco in San Francisco

Therese Poletti, ADSC Preservation Director, will be giving a talk at SF History Days on "The Evolution of Art Deco in San Francisco: From boomtown skyscrapers, apartment towers and movie palaces of the 1920s to the public decade of the 1930s."

The talk is a whirlwind history of how the Art Deco style evolved in San Francisco during the 1920s and 1930s, including some building archetypes, motifs, and a brief discussion of the most important Bay Area architects of the era. It will be in the main floor theater.

San Francisco History Days is a FREE event open to the public! Learn more at www.sfhistorydays.org.

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Creating a Deco Landmark: The Murals of Coit Tower
Nov
17
6:30 PM18:30

Creating a Deco Landmark: The Murals of Coit Tower

When it was built in 1933, Coit Tower was one of the most prominent Art Deco structures on the San Francisco skyline — and empty inside. Within a year, the stunning murals executed by 26 local artists transformed Coit Tower into a cultural treasure and a monument to the daily life and turmoil of San Francisco during the Great Depression.

Join the Art Deco Society of California for an informative and revealing discussion of the Tower, its art and its times, presented by ADSC member Rory J. O’Connor, who leads regular tours of the Tower and has spent six years researching its history.

No host cocktails at 6:30pm, lecture at 7:30pm.

$10 for ADSC members, $15 for non-members. Pay at the door.

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2017 Art Deco World Congress: A Preview
Oct
13
6:30 PM18:30

2017 Art Deco World Congress: A Preview

  • The Bellevue Club - Mural Lounge, 4th Floor (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Welcome to Cleveland! Please join us for an evening with Mick Beyer, President of the 20th Century Society, for a preview of the 14th Art Deco World Congress, which will be held May 14-21, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Beyer will be showing us all where to go, what to see, and even where to stay!

Cocktails 6:30pm, lecture 7:30pm

$10 for ADSC or Bellevue Club members, $15 for non-members

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Animals in a Gilded Age: Pets and Excess in the late 19th and early 20th centuries
Jun
26
4:00 PM16:00

Animals in a Gilded Age: Pets and Excess in the late 19th and early 20th centuries

The Art Deco Society of California, in conjunction with the Bellevue Club, is thrilled to present a very special lecture by historian Dr. Paul Koudounaris. This lively talk will illustrate how pets of the wealthy basked in the excesses and eccentricities of their owners in the Belle Epoque and the Art Deco era.

No-host cocktail hour starts at 4pm; lecture at 5pm in the Mural Lounge on the 4th floor of the Bellevue Club.

Admission is $10 for ADSC or Bellevue Club members, $15 for non-members, and includes a donation to the Dancing Cat adoption center in San Jose. Bring a can of pet food or a pet toy for $5 off admission!

For an optional dinner in the Bellevue Club Dining Room after the program, please phone 510-451-1000 or email reception@bellevueclub.org for reservations. Parking in the Bellevue garage is free.

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Deco Drinks at The Devil's Acre
Jun
10
7:30 PM19:30

Deco Drinks at The Devil's Acre

Our June Deco Drinks event is at the beautiful & pharmaceutical Devil’s Acre in San Francisco’s North Beach! The devil’s in the details at this posh, apothecary-themed bar, styled in the tradition of Barbary Coast bars just before the turn of the century. 

We’ll have a few tables reserved at 7:30, and we’d love you to join us for a cocktail or two! We are especially fond of “Three Sworn Enemies”, a bourbon cocktail with actual gold flecks floating in it!

Art Deco fashions of the 1920s-40s are admired, but not required; though if you’re interested in dressing the part, or sprucing up your vintage wardrobe, your co-hosts would love to help at OverAttired Vintage Fashion in downtown Oakland!

As always, Deco Drinks events are free to attend, no membership required! They're a great introduction to ADSC!

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Deco Drinks at Twin Peaks Tavern
Jun
2
5:00 PM17:00

Deco Drinks at Twin Peaks Tavern

Join us for cocktails before the showing of the Louise Brooks film "Beggars of Life," put on by the San Francisco Silent Film Festival. 

The film starts at 7:00pm, so we will meet early at Twin Peaks Tavern (just steps away from the Castro Theater where the film will be shown), and those who are inclined can go see it afterwards! Buy tickets to the film here.

The ADSC is NOT a sponsor of this film screening, however, the ADSC IS a co-sponsor of the screening the very next afternoon: Friday, June 3rd at 1pm: "A Woman of the World" with Pola Negri.

As always, period attire admired but not required.

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Forbidden City, USA: A Documentary Screening with Director Arthur Dong
Mar
13
2:00 PM14:00

Forbidden City, USA: A Documentary Screening with Director Arthur Dong

Arthur Dong will introduce and screen his documentary on the namesake of our Preservation Ball, Forbidden City, USA. He will have both his DVD and his book on the same topic for sale after the screening.

Doors open at 2pm, screening begins at 2:30pm, optional no host cocktails and conversation afterwards!

$10 for ADSC members, $15 for non-members. Pay at the door.

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Chinese Exotica in California during the Art Deco Period
Mar
3
6:30 PM18:30

Chinese Exotica in California during the Art Deco Period

ADSC Preservation Director Therese Poletti went to the World Congress on Art Deco in Shanghai this past November and gave a lecture on Chinese motifs in California Art Deco-era design. Now she will present it to us and share a few photos from her trip!

No host cocktails at 6:30pm, lecture at 7:30pm.

$10 for ADSC members, $15 for non-members. Pay at the door.

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Hollywood Celebrates the Holidays: A Lecture and Book Signing by Karie Bible
Feb
11
6:30 PM18:30

Hollywood Celebrates the Holidays: A Lecture and Book Signing by Karie Bible

Author Karie Bible will be synopsizing and signing her brand new book, Hollywood Celebrates the Holidays: 1920-1970, co-authored with Mary Mallory.

Karie Bible has been the official tour guide at Hollywood Forever Cemetery since 2002. She has appeared on Turner Classic Movies, CNN and is a member of the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles. She will regale us with stories of how film legends such as Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Crawford, Judy Garland, and Audrey Hepburn spread holiday cheer throughout the calendar year in iconic, ironic, and illustrious style.

No host cocktails at 6:30pm, lecture at 7:30pm.

$10 for ADSC members, $15 for non-members. Pay at the door.

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A Chinatown Preservation Frolic!
Feb
6
to Feb 7

A Chinatown Preservation Frolic!

  • Chinese Historical Society (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

UPDATE: We are now sold out for both tours. If you would like to be put on the waiting list, please email zelda1927@artdecosociety.org.

Join us for a walking tour led by Al Barna and Randall Ann Homan, authors of San Francisco Neon: Survivors and Lost Icons, along with Therese Poletti, ADSC Preservation Director.

Highlights include Chinatown's neon signs from the 1930s to the 50s, working and non-working, Julia Morgan's Chinatown YWCA and former sites of Chinese American nightclubs, with stops along the way at historic LiPo Bar and Far East Cafe.

Meet at the Chinese Historical Society, 965 Clay Street, San Francisco. Tour ends at Stookey's Club Moderne for an optional no-host toast to neon, to Art Deco, and to Chinatown! Al and Randall Ann's book will be available for purchase and signing at the end of both tours.

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Moving Sale! (Farewell Shell, Hello Bellevue!)
Jan
18
to Jan 30

Moving Sale! (Farewell Shell, Hello Bellevue!)

We are moving our office across the bay from the Shell Building in SF to the Bellevue Club in Oakland.

Between now and January 30th, we are offering a 50% discount on the lovely Treasure Island and Golden Gate Bridge commemorative posters by John Mattos. Just $40 for one, or $75 for both!

You can buy them on the Store page of our website. If you are a member, or thinking about becoming one, you can get one FREE when you apply or renew!

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Member Appreciation Party
Jan
17
3:00 PM15:00

Member Appreciation Party

Join us for our annual Member Appreciation Party! There will be appetizers, no-host cocktails, and music by Sara Klotz de Aguilar.

FREE for ADSC members, $20 for non-members. Join on the spot to receive complimentary admission.

You may want to come earlier for a delicious brunch at Flora, served til 2:30pm. The restaurant will then close between 2:30pm and 3pm, so brunchers should plan on a short walk to explore Uptown's Art Deco treasures before our party starts!

Vintage afternoon cocktail attire admired but not required!

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The Girl Guides Gallivant
Nov
14
2:00 PM14:00

The Girl Guides Gallivant

Join your intrepid Girl Guides, Kimberly Aker and Alice Jurow, for a downtown San Francisco afternoon of Art Deco architecture, amusing historical asides and occasional pauses for refreshment!

We'll meet for a cocktail at Tadich Grill at 2pm, and we'll finish up at Stookey's Club Moderne around 5pm, with sights, stories and surprises in between. Fellas welcome too, of course!

Deco daywear is appreciated, but wear comfortable walking shoes. There will be a hill. Sprinkles - bring a brolly; heavy rain - we'll reschedule!

Tickets are now SOLD OUT! But, you can join Kimberly and Alice at Stookey's Club Moderne for a lecture on shoes a few days later!

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Fred Astaire in Ragtime
Oct
10
to Oct 11

Fred Astaire in Ragtime

  • Brune-Reutlinger Mansion (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The ADSC is pleased to co-sponsor a very special event: Frederick Hodges in his spectacular show, "Fred Astaire in Ragtime."

Featuring entertaining and smart songs performed by Fred Astaire during his stellar vaudeville career - 1905 to 1917, this concert will take place in a spectacular San Francisco Victorian mansion.

There will be two shows, one on Saturday and one on Sunday, both starting at 2pm.

Tickets are $25 per person per concert, by reservation only!  
ADSC members will receive an invitation; to make reservations, please contact
Richard Reutlinger: (415) 346-8669

For questions and more information, call Bob Gonzalez: 415-924-6834, bobsrags@comcast.net

Champagne reception to follow. Free street parking.

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Deco Drinks at Tupper & Reed
Aug
21
7:30 PM19:30

Deco Drinks at Tupper & Reed

Our August Deco Drinks event is at the beautiful Tupper & Reed in downtown Berkeley!

Located at 2271 Shattuck Ave, Tupper & Reed is in a historic Gothic Storybook brick building designed by William Yelland and dating back nearly 100 years. Taking their name from Tupper & Reed music, a Berkeley institution that occupied that space for 99 years, the spacious bar is filled with musical antiques, including a variety of early Victrolas that I fawn over every time I stop in.

Tupper & Reed shares owners with Local Edition, a great newspaper-themed bar downstairs in San Francisco’s Hearst Building that we visited a couple months back.

Join us this Friday evening for a handmade cocktail and all manner of conversation about the Bay Area’s rich musical heritage, and I’m sure more than a mention of our upcoming Gatsby Summer Afternoon, California’s biggest and best vintage event!

As always, Deco Drinks events are free, no membership required! They're a great introduction to ADSC!

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Jewel City: Lecture and Book Signing
Jul
9
6:30 PM18:30

Jewel City: Lecture and Book Signing

Historian and Author Laura Ackley will share remarkable stories of the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition (also known as the “San Francisco World’s Fair”) and present her new book: San Francisco's Jewel City.

"This lavishly illustrated volume is as much a triumph as the fair itself. San Francisco's Jewel City takes readers on an in-depth tour of the PPIE, revealing the dramas of constructing the fair and the displays of culture and industry that awaited within the exposition walls: electrical home appliances, rides in a homemade airplane, a world tour of twenty-one breathtaking international pavilions. Historian Laura Ackley's compelling text is unparalleled in its breadth of scope and richness of detail, providing social and political context for the fair and offering insight into its legacy today.”

Cocktails at 6:30pm, lecture at 7:30pm.

$10 for members, $15 for non-members.

RSVP here and invite your friends!

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