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Events in July 2022

  • Meet Me in the Kitchen (in-person)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    Meet Me in the Kitchen (in-person)


    Jul 1

    “Meet Me in the Kitchen” is a five week course designed to empower LightHouse students with the non-visual techniques needed to prepare and present delicious meals independently. This course is created and taught by Bobbi Pompey, a Independent Living Skills Specialist with a passion for cooking and teaching. Each week you will learn non-visual kitchen skills, general cooking tips and tricks, and prepare a snack or meal.

    Skills You Will Learn Include

    • Organizing, labeling, and preparing your kitchen and work space
    • Measuring wet and dry ingredients
    • Using knives, kitchen appliances, blindness/low vision gadgets and other “tools of the trade”
    • Understanding how to build flavor profiles, decipher lingo used in recipes, and determine the doneness of food
    • Serving, garnishing, and presenting meals with multiple dishes to friends and families
    • Spots in this fun and educational course are limited, so secure your participation by contacting Briana Kusuma, bkusuma@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7335.

    Course Schedule

    • Session 1-  Welcome and Course Overview- This session will include staff/student introductions, a course overview, a tour of the kitchen, and an introduction to basic techniques for navigating a kitchen. Class will conclude with a lesson on pouring and spreading and the preparation of a snack.
    • Session 2 -  Cracking the Code- By the end of this session, you will understand how to decipher common recipe lingo, develop delicious flavor profiles with spices stock a pantry with basic staples, and shop for groceries independently. Techniques for measuring will be used to create a spice rub and/or basic sauce.
    • Session 3 - Getting the Job Done- Knife skills are the main focus of this session. Students will make a simple one-pot soup and learn to determine when food is done.
    • Session 4 - Learning to Spin All the Plates- This class marks the transition into the more advanced portion of the course. Labeling, organizing, blindness devices, kitchen gadgets, and the use of small appliances will be covered as ways to add efficiency to meal preparation. You will prepare a three part meal during this session.
    • Session 5 - Putting On the Finishing Touches- Taking all the skills of previous classes you will learn to; serve themselves, serve others, set a table, decorate and/or garnish a meal.

    To RSVP, please contact Bobbi Pompey, 415-694-7613, bpompey@lighthouse-sf.org.

  • Introduction to Access Technology Session 1: June/July 2022 (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    Introduction to Access Technology Session 1: June/July 2022 (online)


    Jul 7

    This is an 8 week course that introduces access technology concepts, terminology, and options on smartphones and computers in a group setting. The goal for this group introductory course is to help students not only learn about the basics of access technology but to also learn alongside a community. With our knowledgeable and patient AT instructors, we hope to provide a solid foundation for people who are completely new to access technology or who want to solidify their understanding of what access technology is and can do to empower them.

    Here is a brief description of our 8-week curriculum and class schedule:

    • 06/09/2022: What Is Access Technology
      In this class, we will discuss what the term "Access Technology" means as well as the varied terminology one may come across in learning more about access technology.
    • 06/16/2022: Access Technology on Computers
      In this class, we will explain the different access technology options on computers by covering Magnification or Zoom options on the Windows and Mac for low vision users. We will also cover the steps to navigate the keyboard and to perform different tasks using Screen Reader on a Windows or Mac.
    • 06/23/2022: Access Technology on Smartphones
      In this class, we will cover access technology options on smartphones and how to activate screen readers such as Voice Over on iOS and Talk Back on Android devices.
    • 06/30/2022: Virtual Assistants and Smart Speakers
      In this class, we will review the various voice assistant options such as Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant as well as Smart Speakers such as Homepod, Google Nest, and Echo. Additionally, we will cover the strengths and best uses for these voice assistants.
    • 07/07/2022: The Home Screen and Phone Calls:In this class, we will unlock the smartphone and navigate the home screen items and putting our previously learned skills to the test. We will also use virtual assistants such as Siri and Google Assistant to open applications and make phone calls.
    • 07/14/2022: Notetaking with Access TechnologyIn this class, we will discuss the different aspects to notetaking whether it be in an academic, professional, or personal context and the uses of adaptive notetaking tools and devices such as digital recorders, Braille devices, and notetaking solutions on smartphones and computers.
    • 07/21/2022: Text Messages and Email
      In this class, we will explore the basic layout of messaging and email applications and the conversations within the messaging and mail applications. We will also continue to apply our skills and use Siri or Google Assistant to read send, read, and play back text messages and emails.
    • 07/28/2022: System Settings and Downloading Apps
      In this last class, we will learn to adjust system settings, use Siri/Google Assistant to toggle options such as Wi-Fi, Do Not Disturb, Dark Mode, etc., and search for apps on the App Store or Play Store. Then we will learn how to download and explore new applications.

    Session 1is full. But you may RSVP for Session 2 which will start in August to jko@lighthouse-sf.org to be added to the class email list and waitlist.

  • The Business of Blindness: Coffee with Mike Cole (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    The Business of Blindness: Coffee with Mike Cole (online)


    Jul 11

    What does it really mean to be a person who is blind or has low vision? Mike Cole, a veteran of all things blindness, will lead this call-in forum to discuss the many day-to-day ins and outs of blindness, from daily living in your home environment to navigating the vast expanse of bureaucracies. There's always a lively crowd sharing their own experiences, so make a cup of coffee (or tea), sit in your favorite chair, and call in to chat about the business of blindness.

    RSVP to Andrew Martinez at AMartinez@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7642.

  • National Federation of the Blind: San Francisco Chapter Meeting (Online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    National Federation of the Blind: San Francisco Chapter Meeting (Online)


    Jul 12

    The National Federation of the Blind is a nationwide community of members that believe blind people can live the lives they want. We meet online via Zoom with the following schedule:

    6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. – Virtual Happy (Half) Hour
    6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. – Chapter Meeting

    To RSVP, contact Bobbi Pompey at bobbipompey@gmail.com.

    *Please note, this group is not afflicted with LightHouse.

  • G-Vibes Gratitude Sessions (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    G-Vibes Gratitude Sessions (online)


    Jul 13

    G-Vibes are Gratitude Visually Impaired Blind Energizing Sessions. Gratitude is strongly and consistently associated with greater happiness. Gather online and share what you feel grateful for in a safe and welcoming space and hear what others share as well. These mid-week sessions can help you feel more positive emotions, relish good experiences, improve your health, deal with adversity and build strong relationships.

    RSVP to Sabrina Bolus at SBolus@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7607.

  • Introduction to Access Technology Session 1: June/July 2022 (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    Introduction to Access Technology Session 1: June/July 2022 (online)


    Jul 14

    This is an 8 week course that introduces access technology concepts, terminology, and options on smartphones and computers in a group setting. The goal for this group introductory course is to help students not only learn about the basics of access technology but to also learn alongside a community. With our knowledgeable and patient AT instructors, we hope to provide a solid foundation for people who are completely new to access technology or who want to solidify their understanding of what access technology is and can do to empower them.

    Here is a brief description of our 8-week curriculum and class schedule:

    • 06/09/2022: What Is Access Technology
      In this class, we will discuss what the term "Access Technology" means as well as the varied terminology one may come across in learning more about access technology.
    • 06/16/2022: Access Technology on Computers
      In this class, we will explain the different access technology options on computers by covering Magnification or Zoom options on the Windows and Mac for low vision users. We will also cover the steps to navigate the keyboard and to perform different tasks using Screen Reader on a Windows or Mac.
    • 06/23/2022: Access Technology on Smartphones
      In this class, we will cover access technology options on smartphones and how to activate screen readers such as Voice Over on iOS and Talk Back on Android devices.
    • 06/30/2022: Virtual Assistants and Smart Speakers
      In this class, we will review the various voice assistant options such as Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant as well as Smart Speakers such as Homepod, Google Nest, and Echo. Additionally, we will cover the strengths and best uses for these voice assistants.
    • 07/07/2022: The Home Screen and Phone Calls:In this class, we will unlock the smartphone and navigate the home screen items and putting our previously learned skills to the test. We will also use virtual assistants such as Siri and Google Assistant to open applications and make phone calls.
    • 07/14/2022: Notetaking with Access TechnologyIn this class, we will discuss the different aspects to notetaking whether it be in an academic, professional, or personal context and the uses of adaptive notetaking tools and devices such as digital recorders, Braille devices, and notetaking solutions on smartphones and computers.
    • 07/21/2022: Text Messages and Email
      In this class, we will explore the basic layout of messaging and email applications and the conversations within the messaging and mail applications. We will also continue to apply our skills and use Siri or Google Assistant to read send, read, and play back text messages and emails.
    • 07/28/2022: System Settings and Downloading Apps
      In this last class, we will learn to adjust system settings, use Siri/Google Assistant to toggle options such as Wi-Fi, Do Not Disturb, Dark Mode, etc., and search for apps on the App Store or Play Store. Then we will learn how to download and explore new applications.

    Session 1is full. But you may RSVP for Session 2 which will start in August to jko@lighthouse-sf.org to be added to the class email list and waitlist.

    All Inclusive Asian Art Museum Experience (in-person)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    All Inclusive Asian Art Museum Experience (in-person)


    Jul 14

    Join LightHouse to visit San Francisco Asian Art Museum's latest exhibit: Carlos Villa: Worlds in Collision. We invite to experience Villa's “spectacular, visually magical worlds of feathers and photographs, capes and masks, bones and tattoos” (asianart.org). Our group will have an audio described tour of the exhibit followed by some interdisciplinary art making and poetry exploration inspired by Villa's work. After that, stay around for some light refreshment and a cello performance by Theresa Wong, who will create soundscapes inspired by the exhibit. This magical multidisciplinary is Free thanks to the Community Access Fund.

    Can join us during this time? Any LightHouse staff or student may mention their affiliation to the LightHouse to receive free admission at any time space is available. The Asian Art Museum is located at 200 Larkin, across from the main branch of the public library. Meet us there or walk over with other students and volunteers from our 1155 Market headquarters.

    RSVP no later than July 12 to Maia Scott at MScott@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7608.

  • Audio Described Contemporary Ballet: SKETCH 12 Dear Diary (in-person)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    Audio Described Contemporary Ballet: SKETCH 12 Dear Diary (in-person)


    Jul 16

    Lighthouse students and staff have been offered FREE TICKETS to new contemporary ballet works with a pre-performance haptic experience, seating close to the stage and audio description during the show. Amy Seiwert's Imagery, a contemporary ballet company presents SKETCH 12: Dear Diary Saturday, July 16, 2022, at 7:30 pm | Haptic Access Tour prior to show at 6:00 pm. Cowell Theater at Fort Mason Center for the Arts. SKETCH 12: Dear Diary presents three innovative new dance works exploring the bittersweet complexity of nostalgia. During a highly collaborative 5-week laboratory, choreographers Amy Seiwert, Natasha Adorlee, and Joshua L. Peugh created new ballet-based work while participating in a “crit group,” a creative feedback process rare in ballet settings. The result is three bold new works that welcome the choreographers, dance artists to take risks, shed old habits, and consider new perspectives. Live audio descriptions and haptic access tours will be provided by Gravity Access Services.

    RSVP: By June 30 to Maia Scott at MScott@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7608. You may have up to two tickets and please let Maia know if you want an audio description headset.

  • The Business of Blindness: Coffee with Mike Cole (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    The Business of Blindness: Coffee with Mike Cole (online)


    Jul 18

    What does it really mean to be a person who is blind or has low vision? Mike Cole, a veteran of all things blindness, will lead this call-in forum to discuss the many day-to-day ins and outs of blindness, from daily living in your home environment to navigating the vast expanse of bureaucracies. There's always a lively crowd sharing their own experiences, so make a cup of coffee (or tea), sit in your favorite chair, and call in to chat about the business of blindness.

    RSVP to Andrew Martinez at AMartinez@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7642.

  • Tech Together (Online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    Tech Together (Online)


    Jul 19

    July 19: Tech Together: Wellness and Self-Care Join the Access Technology team for a discussion on enhancing your wellness routines with tech. We'll discuss sleep trackers, meditation and relaxation apps, accessible fitness devices, and all the ways to take care of the most important component of access technology, the person using it!

    RSVP for Tech Together: Wellness and Self-Care

    July 26: Tech Together: Game On! Access Technology is great for work and for play! Join the AT team for a discussion on accessible gaming. We'll discuss everything from low-tech tabletop games, to computer and smartphone games, to accessible playthroughs by and for blind and low vision gaming enthusiasts. Everyone's a winner when you're having fun!

    RSVP for Tech Together: Game On!

  • G-Vibes Gratitude Sessions (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    G-Vibes Gratitude Sessions (online)


    Jul 20

    G-Vibes are Gratitude Visually Impaired Blind Energizing Sessions. Gratitude is strongly and consistently associated with greater happiness. Gather online and share what you feel grateful for in a safe and welcoming space and hear what others share as well. These mid-week sessions can help you feel more positive emotions, relish good experiences, improve your health, deal with adversity and build strong relationships.

    RSVP to Sabrina Bolus at SBolus@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7607.

  • Introduction to Access Technology Session 1: June/July 2022 (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    Introduction to Access Technology Session 1: June/July 2022 (online)


    Jul 21

    This is an 8 week course that introduces access technology concepts, terminology, and options on smartphones and computers in a group setting. The goal for this group introductory course is to help students not only learn about the basics of access technology but to also learn alongside a community. With our knowledgeable and patient AT instructors, we hope to provide a solid foundation for people who are completely new to access technology or who want to solidify their understanding of what access technology is and can do to empower them.

    Here is a brief description of our 8-week curriculum and class schedule:

    • 06/09/2022: What Is Access Technology
      In this class, we will discuss what the term "Access Technology" means as well as the varied terminology one may come across in learning more about access technology.
    • 06/16/2022: Access Technology on Computers
      In this class, we will explain the different access technology options on computers by covering Magnification or Zoom options on the Windows and Mac for low vision users. We will also cover the steps to navigate the keyboard and to perform different tasks using Screen Reader on a Windows or Mac.
    • 06/23/2022: Access Technology on Smartphones
      In this class, we will cover access technology options on smartphones and how to activate screen readers such as Voice Over on iOS and Talk Back on Android devices.
    • 06/30/2022: Virtual Assistants and Smart Speakers
      In this class, we will review the various voice assistant options such as Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant as well as Smart Speakers such as Homepod, Google Nest, and Echo. Additionally, we will cover the strengths and best uses for these voice assistants.
    • 07/07/2022: The Home Screen and Phone Calls:In this class, we will unlock the smartphone and navigate the home screen items and putting our previously learned skills to the test. We will also use virtual assistants such as Siri and Google Assistant to open applications and make phone calls.
    • 07/14/2022: Notetaking with Access TechnologyIn this class, we will discuss the different aspects to notetaking whether it be in an academic, professional, or personal context and the uses of adaptive notetaking tools and devices such as digital recorders, Braille devices, and notetaking solutions on smartphones and computers.
    • 07/21/2022: Text Messages and Email
      In this class, we will explore the basic layout of messaging and email applications and the conversations within the messaging and mail applications. We will also continue to apply our skills and use Siri or Google Assistant to read send, read, and play back text messages and emails.
    • 07/28/2022: System Settings and Downloading Apps
      In this last class, we will learn to adjust system settings, use Siri/Google Assistant to toggle options such as Wi-Fi, Do Not Disturb, Dark Mode, etc., and search for apps on the App Store or Play Store. Then we will learn how to download and explore new applications.

    Session 1is full. But you may RSVP for Session 2 which will start in August to jko@lighthouse-sf.org to be added to the class email list and waitlist.

    30% & Growing (in-person)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    30% & Growing (in-person)


    Jul 21

    Professionally minded LightHouse students are invited to enjoy the outdoor ambiance of SPARK Social Food Truck Park for an evening of diverse, locally made food and drink in a fun and lively atmosphere. We will meet by the double decker bus at the entrance then peruse the available offerings. It's located at 601 Mission Bay Blvd.; a 1.5 mile walk from Powell Station or a hundred yard walk from the 22 bus line toward UCSF Mission Bay from 16th St. BART. Be sure to wear layers. RSVP no later than July 21 at noon to Maia Scott at MScott@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7608.

  • The Business of Blindness: Coffee with Mike Cole (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    The Business of Blindness: Coffee with Mike Cole (online)


    Jul 25

    What does it really mean to be a person who is blind or has low vision? Mike Cole, a veteran of all things blindness, will lead this call-in forum to discuss the many day-to-day ins and outs of blindness, from daily living in your home environment to navigating the vast expanse of bureaucracies. There's always a lively crowd sharing their own experiences, so make a cup of coffee (or tea), sit in your favorite chair, and call in to chat about the business of blindness.

    RSVP to Andrew Martinez at AMartinez@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7642.

  • Tech Together (Online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    Tech Together (Online)


    Jul 26

    July 19: Tech Together: Wellness and Self-Care Join the Access Technology team for a discussion on enhancing your wellness routines with tech. We'll discuss sleep trackers, meditation and relaxation apps, accessible fitness devices, and all the ways to take care of the most important component of access technology, the person using it!

    RSVP for Tech Together: Wellness and Self-Care

    July 26: Tech Together: Game On! Access Technology is great for work and for play! Join the AT team for a discussion on accessible gaming. We'll discuss everything from low-tech tabletop games, to computer and smartphone games, to accessible playthroughs by and for blind and low vision gaming enthusiasts. Everyone's a winner when you're having fun!

    RSVP for Tech Together: Game On!

  • Elks Summer Bingo Picnic (in-person)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    Elks Summer Bingo Picnic (in-person)


    Jul 27

    It’s time once again for barbeque and bingo in the park, thanks to our friends and partners at the Elks Lodge of San Francisco. Join us at beautiful Junipero Serra Park in San Bruno from the Willow Shelter picnic site. Transportation will be provided from the San Francisco LightHouse location at 1155 Market Street. Space is limited. 

    RSVP no later than July 25 to Maia Scott at MScott@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7608.

    G-Vibes Gratitude Sessions (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    G-Vibes Gratitude Sessions (online)


    Jul 27

    G-Vibes are Gratitude Visually Impaired Blind Energizing Sessions. Gratitude is strongly and consistently associated with greater happiness. Gather online and share what you feel grateful for in a safe and welcoming space and hear what others share as well. These mid-week sessions can help you feel more positive emotions, relish good experiences, improve your health, deal with adversity and build strong relationships.

    RSVP to Sabrina Bolus at SBolus@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7607.

    Meet You At The House (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    Meet You At The House (online)


    Jul 27

    Pull up a comfy chair and join Community Outreach Specialist Sheri Albers in the LightHouse virtual living room to talk about all things LightHouse! Have you been experiencing changes in your vision that have been affecting your daily life, but did not know who to talk to? LightHouse in San Francisco may have the solutions you have been looking for. This is a safe place to bring the questions that you have been wanting to ask. As always, Raqi from the Adaptations Store will be on hand to let us know what is new in the world of low vision and blindness products.

    To RSVP, contact Sheri Albers at 415-694-7331, or email salbers@lighthouse-sf.org.

  • Introduction to Access Technology Session 1: June/July 2022 (online)

    All students, customers, visitors and staff are required to wear a mask indoors in gatherings of 25 people or more, or if asked to do so in someone's personal space at all our sites.

    Introduction to Access Technology Session 1: June/July 2022 (online)


    Jul 28

    This is an 8 week course that introduces access technology concepts, terminology, and options on smartphones and computers in a group setting. The goal for this group introductory course is to help students not only learn about the basics of access technology but to also learn alongside a community. With our knowledgeable and patient AT instructors, we hope to provide a solid foundation for people who are completely new to access technology or who want to solidify their understanding of what access technology is and can do to empower them.

    Here is a brief description of our 8-week curriculum and class schedule:

    • 06/09/2022: What Is Access Technology
      In this class, we will discuss what the term "Access Technology" means as well as the varied terminology one may come across in learning more about access technology.
    • 06/16/2022: Access Technology on Computers
      In this class, we will explain the different access technology options on computers by covering Magnification or Zoom options on the Windows and Mac for low vision users. We will also cover the steps to navigate the keyboard and to perform different tasks using Screen Reader on a Windows or Mac.
    • 06/23/2022: Access Technology on Smartphones
      In this class, we will cover access technology options on smartphones and how to activate screen readers such as Voice Over on iOS and Talk Back on Android devices.
    • 06/30/2022: Virtual Assistants and Smart Speakers
      In this class, we will review the various voice assistant options such as Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant as well as Smart Speakers such as Homepod, Google Nest, and Echo. Additionally, we will cover the strengths and best uses for these voice assistants.
    • 07/07/2022: The Home Screen and Phone Calls:In this class, we will unlock the smartphone and navigate the home screen items and putting our previously learned skills to the test. We will also use virtual assistants such as Siri and Google Assistant to open applications and make phone calls.
    • 07/14/2022: Notetaking with Access TechnologyIn this class, we will discuss the different aspects to notetaking whether it be in an academic, professional, or personal context and the uses of adaptive notetaking tools and devices such as digital recorders, Braille devices, and notetaking solutions on smartphones and computers.
    • 07/21/2022: Text Messages and Email
      In this class, we will explore the basic layout of messaging and email applications and the conversations within the messaging and mail applications. We will also continue to apply our skills and use Siri or Google Assistant to read send, read, and play back text messages and emails.
    • 07/28/2022: System Settings and Downloading Apps
      In this last class, we will learn to adjust system settings, use Siri/Google Assistant to toggle options such as Wi-Fi, Do Not Disturb, Dark Mode, etc., and search for apps on the App Store or Play Store. Then we will learn how to download and explore new applications.

    Session 1is full. But you may RSVP for Session 2 which will start in August to jko@lighthouse-sf.org to be added to the class email list and waitlist.

The events for the upcoming week are read aloud on our event hotline every Friday, which can be accessed by calling (415)694-7325. For more information about visiting the Adaptations Store, head to our shop page.

The LightHouse is scent-free. Please abstain from wearing colognes, perfumes, or other scented products. Additionally, coffee must be securely lidded at all times and citrus should not be peeled on the premises. Thanks for supporting our efforts to respect chemical sensitivities!