Group Leaders: Jacque Schubert
To join this group, please contact group leader.
Art and Garden is an eclectic group with varied interests. Past activities have included trips to art museums, walking tours of S.F., trips to Filoli Garden and the Berkeley Botanical Garden. We have fun, always learn something new, and always have lunch during our outings! We meet 6-8 times per year, September through June, usually on a Wednesday or Friday.
We use a very a broad definition of ‘art and garden’. Every year we try and take advantage of what is going on in the Bay Area that is accessible and we might enjoy. We go to San Francisco, Oakland, Pleasanton, Livermore, Walnut Creek, Benicia, or wherever something of interest is happening. We take BART when we can or else we carpool.
Example of a coming event:
On Wednesday, September 11, 2019, we have a private 11:00 am SF City Guides Walking Tour “City Scapes and Public Places”. We did this tour 6 years ago and I have been asked several times to repeat it. It is also called the “POPO – Privately Owned, Publicly Operated Tour”. We’ll explore hidden parks, rooftop gardens and “hidden in plain sight” public places, while learning about colorful history and distinctive architecture of San Francisco’s Financial District. This is a delightful tour with quite a bit of walking, and September is a beautiful month to be walking in San Francisco. This is definitely one tour that I am happy to do again. Cost is $12/person which I will collect on the day of the tour. We will lunch in SF after our tour.
We will carpool at 9:30 am from Danville and Alamo to take the 10:06 am Walnut Creek BART to Montgomery Station in SF. Select-a-Spot is back at the Walnut Creek BART. With Select-a-Spot you can park before 10:00 am for $6/day in the old parking garage without getting a ticket. Just go to Select-a-Spot BART, click on daily parking, click on Walnut Creek Station Single Day Reserved, and continue to follow the prompts. We need drivers to BART.
Please contact me if you wish to sign up or have questions. I hope to see you on September 11th. Jacque Schubert