Calendar

January – February 2022

Jan
15
Sat
Writing for Wellness with Elana Dykewomon (Online)
Jan 15 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

We will focus on using all of our senses for healing, community-building and creativity. We’ll go deep and wide, explore and share in a safe space. For women with cancer and other chronic/acute illnesses. All experience levels welcome!

Elana Dykewomon has published seven books of fiction and poetry, taught writing at SF State and gives private memoir and fiction classes.

 

Jan
19
Wed
WCRC Craft and Social Club (Online)
Jan 19 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Do you knit, embroider, cross stitch, crochet, hand sew, color, draw or have any other craft hobby? Or, just come and hang out for all or part of the time.

Spend some time working on your art or craft in the company of others.

Registration required.

Jan
22
Sat
A Date with Classical Music with Jing-Yi Chung
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Classical music has been shown to improve people’s well-being by allowing stress relief, mood improvement, and many more. Come join us to learn more about classical music composers from different eras, from Bach, Mozart, to Chopin. We will be listening to their life stories and music, but most importantly, we will be exploring our own feelings inspired by the various classical pieces. Classical music is not a form of distant art, but a treasure that contains rich emotions and stories.

Registration Required.

Timeline:

2/20 Overview

Baroque

3/6 Johann Sebastian Bach

3/20 Antonio Vivaldi

4/3 Arcangelo Corelli

4/17 George Frideric Handel

5/1 Francesco Geminiani

Classical

5/15 Franz Joseph Haydn

5/29 Ludwig van Beethoven

6/12 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

6/26 Franz Peter Schubert

Romantic

7/10 Niccolo Paganini

7/24 Frédéric Chopin

8/7 Franz Liszt

8/21 Sergei Rachmaninoff

9/4 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

9/18 Felix Mendelssohn

10/2 Johann Strauss I

10/16 Johann Strauss II

10/30 Robert Schumann

11/13 Johannes Brahms

11/27 Richard Wagner

12/11 Giuseppe Verdi

12/18 Giacomo Puccini

1/8/22 Camille Saint-Saëns

1/22/22 Gustav Mahler

2/5/22 Antonín Dvořák

Modernism

2/19/22 Jean Sibelius

3/5/22 Claude Debussy

3/19/22 Maurice Ravel

4/2/22 Ennio Morricone

4/16/22 George Gershwin

4/30/22 Astor Piazzolla

5/14/22 Hans Zimmer

Feb
2
Wed
WCRC Craft and Social Club (Online)
Feb 2 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Do you knit, embroider, cross stitch, crochet, hand sew, color, draw or have any other craft hobby? Or, just come and hang out for all or part of the time.

Spend some time working on your art or craft in the company of others.

Registration required.

Cooking Club with Chandra Collins (Online)
Feb 2 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Recipes TBA

With Chandra Collins

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Feb
3
Thu
Therapeutic Coloring Club with Dolores Moorehead (Online)
Feb 3 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Enjoy a relaxing evening with coloring books, crayons, markers and colored pencils. We will color, chat, laugh, and tap into our meditative spirits. Basic supplies provided but please bring along your favorites. Everyone welcome. Registration required.

Feb
5
Sat
A Date with Classical Music with Jing-Yi Chung
Feb 5 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Classical music has been shown to improve people’s well-being by allowing stress relief, mood improvement, and many more. Come join us to learn more about classical music composers from different eras, from Bach, Mozart, to Chopin. We will be listening to their life stories and music, but most importantly, we will be exploring our own feelings inspired by the various classical pieces. Classical music is not a form of distant art, but a treasure that contains rich emotions and stories.

Registration Required.

Timeline:

2/20 Overview

Baroque

3/6 Johann Sebastian Bach

3/20 Antonio Vivaldi

4/3 Arcangelo Corelli

4/17 George Frideric Handel

5/1 Francesco Geminiani

Classical

5/15 Franz Joseph Haydn

5/29 Ludwig van Beethoven

6/12 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

6/26 Franz Peter Schubert

Romantic

7/10 Niccolo Paganini

7/24 Frédéric Chopin

8/7 Franz Liszt

8/21 Sergei Rachmaninoff

9/4 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

9/18 Felix Mendelssohn

10/2 Johann Strauss I

10/16 Johann Strauss II

10/30 Robert Schumann

11/13 Johannes Brahms

11/27 Richard Wagner

12/11 Giuseppe Verdi

12/18 Giacomo Puccini

1/8/22 Camille Saint-Saëns

1/22/22 Gustav Mahler

2/5/22 Antonín Dvořák

Modernism

2/19/22 Jean Sibelius

3/5/22 Claude Debussy

3/19/22 Maurice Ravel

4/2/22 Ennio Morricone

4/16/22 George Gershwin

4/30/22 Astor Piazzolla

5/14/22 Hans Zimmer

Feb
16
Wed
WCRC Craft and Social Club (Online)
Feb 16 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Do you knit, embroider, cross stitch, crochet, hand sew, color, draw or have any other craft hobby? Or, just come and hang out for all or part of the time.

Spend some time working on your art or craft in the company of others.

Registration required.

Feb
19
Sat
A Date with Classical Music with Jing-Yi Chung
Feb 19 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Classical music has been shown to improve people’s well-being by allowing stress relief, mood improvement, and many more. Come join us to learn more about classical music composers from different eras, from Bach, Mozart, to Chopin. We will be listening to their life stories and music, but most importantly, we will be exploring our own feelings inspired by the various classical pieces. Classical music is not a form of distant art, but a treasure that contains rich emotions and stories.

Registration Required.

Timeline:

2/20 Overview

Baroque

3/6 Johann Sebastian Bach

3/20 Antonio Vivaldi

4/3 Arcangelo Corelli

4/17 George Frideric Handel

5/1 Francesco Geminiani

Classical

5/15 Franz Joseph Haydn

5/29 Ludwig van Beethoven

6/12 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

6/26 Franz Peter Schubert

Romantic

7/10 Niccolo Paganini

7/24 Frédéric Chopin

8/7 Franz Liszt

8/21 Sergei Rachmaninoff

9/4 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

9/18 Felix Mendelssohn

10/2 Johann Strauss I

10/16 Johann Strauss II

10/30 Robert Schumann

11/13 Johannes Brahms

11/27 Richard Wagner

12/11 Giuseppe Verdi

12/18 Giacomo Puccini

1/8/22 Camille Saint-Saëns

1/22/22 Gustav Mahler

2/5/22 Antonín Dvořák

Modernism

2/19/22 Jean Sibelius

3/5/22 Claude Debussy

3/19/22 Maurice Ravel

4/2/22 Ennio Morricone

4/16/22 George Gershwin

4/30/22 Astor Piazzolla

5/14/22 Hans Zimmer

Writing for Wellness with Elana Dykewomon (Online)
Feb 19 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

We will focus on using all of our senses for healing, community-building and creativity. We’ll go deep and wide, explore and share in a safe space. For women with cancer and other chronic/acute illnesses. All experience levels welcome!

Elana Dykewomon has published seven books of fiction and poetry, taught writing at SF State and gives private memoir and fiction classes.