|February 10, 2010|
|7:00 pm||to||9:00 pm|
Juliana Gallin of “Ask a Scientist” is spinning off a new monthly event called “How-To Night.” This month’s event at Bazaar Cafe will teach attendees some magic tricks:
“How-To Night” will take place the second Wednesday of each month at San Francisco’s wonderful Bazaar Cafe (birthplace of Ask a Scientist). Each event will feature a different guest instructor who will lead a one-night workshop on how to do…just about anything.
We’ll launch the series on February 10th with “How to do Magic Tricks,” taught by professional magician Robert Strong. Twice voted the Bay Guardian’s “Best Comedian in SF,” Robert knows how to put on an awesome show, as you’ll see. Suggested items to bring: coins, deck of cards, dollar bill, business card, pencil, 6 feet of rope, scissors, and $1 donation to cover other supplies. (If you don’t have all of these items, no worries, we’ll bring extra.) The fun starts at 7:00pm.
Admission is to the event is free. Bazaar Cafe is located at 5927 California Street at 21st Ave in San Francisco.