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Events in September 2019

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Sep 1
Sep 2
Sep 3
Sep 4(1 event)

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.

6:00 pm: Cooking Matters


Sep 4

Share Our Strength's Cooking Matters
Wednesdays, August 7-September 11, 6-8 p.m.
1155 Market St., San Francisco 10th Floor Betty Ruhland Teaching Kitchen
FREE (Refundable deposit required—see details below)

18 Reasons, a food education non-profit, wants to empower you with the confidence and creativity needed to buy, cook, and eat good food every day. Cooking Matters is a six-week course in cooking and nutrition, developed by Share our Strength. Led by a chef, a nutritionist, and other knowledgeable staff, we will guide you through the ins and outs of cooking delicious, healthy foods on a budget. Eating fresh and healthy doesn't have to break your bank and 18 Reasons will show you how to stretch your grocery dollar without sacrificing flavor or your health. Registration for the entire six-week course is free, with a required $30 deposit due prior to the first class and returned upon attendance at a minimum of 4 classes. Attending less than 4 classes will result in forfeiture of deposit. Basic kitchen confidence is prerequisite. Program includes course materials, in-class recipe ingredients, and take-home groceries every week for you to play with at home. Note that class 5 will take place off-site and you will be responsible for transportation to the alternate location (Safeway at 2020 Market St.). Please also be advised that you will need to arrive one hour early for both the first and last classes to accommodate intake and evaluation procedures. Spots in this fun and educational cooking class series are limited, so secure your participation by contacting Adult Program Coordinator Serena Olsen at solsen@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7316 to register. Deadline to register is Monday, August 5th.

Sep 5
Sep 6(2 events)

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.

3:00 pm: Milestones MeetUp: 2019 Annual White Water Rafting and Campout Trip with ETC


Sep 6 Sep 7

Milestones MeetUp: 2019 Annual White Water Rafting and Campout Trip with ETC
Friday, September 6 to Saturday, September 7

During the first weekend of September LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired is excited to host our next Milestone Meetup outing. The Milestones Meetup is aimed to bring LightHouse Blind and Low Vision Bay Area residents from Generation Z, Millennials, Generation X, and Baby Boomers to come together and participate in a series of Meetups that are active, educational and just plain fun. This time around, we head up to Lotus, California for our ever-popular Whitewater Rafting Trip and Campout.

Our overnight adventure will depart from the Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley on the afternoon of Friday, September 6 at 3 p.m. and will take us to the South Fork of the American River where we will spend the night at the Environmental Traveling Companions (ETC) River Camp before a full day of whitewater rafting on Saturday. After our epic aquatic adventure with our ETC friends wraps up we will head back to the Bay Area Saturday evening by 8 p.m. This outing is sure to bring many chances for individuals that are 14 and older who are blind or have low vision to make friends and enjoy the beautiful rolling hills of California all while experiencing the excitement of whitewater rafting with trained rafting guides.

For more information about the ETC River Rafting Program please visit their website.

Who: Youth and Adults that are blind or have low vision ages 14 and up
What: LightHouse weekend rafting adventure with friends from ETC
When: Depart 3:00 p.m. Friday, September 6 and return 8:00 p.m. Saturday September 7
Cost: The cost of the trip is $150.00 per student which includes overnight accommodations, food, rafting equipment and round trip transportation. Thanks to funding by the City of San Francisco the trip is free for any San Francisco resident.
RSVP: Please note limited space is available and students must submit payment and ALL necessary paperwork before one's spot in the trip will be confirmed. The deadline to sign up for this trip is Friday, August 30.

If you are interested in signing up for this trip or have any questions, please contact Jamey Gump at (415) 694-7372 or jgump@lighthouse-sf.org

Read more: Milestones MeetUp: 2019 Annual White Water Rafting and Campout Trip with ETC

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.

6:00 pm: Sound Healing, Sound Bath


Sep 6

Sound Healing, Sound Bath
September 6, 6 - 8:15 p.m.
LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired
1155 Market St. 10th Floor, San Franicsco

A sound bath is a beautiful concert that brings you into a deep state of relaxation. This is a time for our community to come together and refresh, take a break from our hectic pace, and bathe ourselves in lush, healing sound. All sounds will be performed live by Xenia G. who is an experienced sound healing guide. Instruments include a 38" paiste gong, crystal bowls, Tibetan bowls, shakers, ocean drum, chimes and a native flute. Bring a friend and enjoy some social and relaxation time with light snacks and tea at 6 PM, doors close at 6:45 and the sound bath begins promptly at 7 pm! Feel free to bring a blanket and a pillow to lie on, we will have a limited number of yoga mats, bolsters, and blankets. Eye masks will be provided. Admission is free but requires a reservation. RSVP by calling or emailing Amber Sherrard at asherrard@lighthouse-sf.org or (415)-694-7353.

Sep 7(1 event)

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.

3:00 pm: Milestones MeetUp: 2019 Annual White Water Rafting and Campout Trip with ETC


Sep 6 Sep 7

Milestones MeetUp: 2019 Annual White Water Rafting and Campout Trip with ETC
Friday, September 6 to Saturday, September 7

During the first weekend of September LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired is excited to host our next Milestone Meetup outing. The Milestones Meetup is aimed to bring LightHouse Blind and Low Vision Bay Area residents from Generation Z, Millennials, Generation X, and Baby Boomers to come together and participate in a series of Meetups that are active, educational and just plain fun. This time around, we head up to Lotus, California for our ever-popular Whitewater Rafting Trip and Campout.

Our overnight adventure will depart from the Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley on the afternoon of Friday, September 6 at 3 p.m. and will take us to the South Fork of the American River where we will spend the night at the Environmental Traveling Companions (ETC) River Camp before a full day of whitewater rafting on Saturday. After our epic aquatic adventure with our ETC friends wraps up we will head back to the Bay Area Saturday evening by 8 p.m. This outing is sure to bring many chances for individuals that are 14 and older who are blind or have low vision to make friends and enjoy the beautiful rolling hills of California all while experiencing the excitement of whitewater rafting with trained rafting guides.

For more information about the ETC River Rafting Program please visit their website.

Who: Youth and Adults that are blind or have low vision ages 14 and up
What: LightHouse weekend rafting adventure with friends from ETC
When: Depart 3:00 p.m. Friday, September 6 and return 8:00 p.m. Saturday September 7
Cost: The cost of the trip is $150.00 per student which includes overnight accommodations, food, rafting equipment and round trip transportation. Thanks to funding by the City of San Francisco the trip is free for any San Francisco resident.
RSVP: Please note limited space is available and students must submit payment and ALL necessary paperwork before one's spot in the trip will be confirmed. The deadline to sign up for this trip is Friday, August 30.

If you are interested in signing up for this trip or have any questions, please contact Jamey Gump at (415) 694-7372 or jgump@lighthouse-sf.org

Read more: Milestones MeetUp: 2019 Annual White Water Rafting and Campout Trip with ETC

Sep 8
Sep 9
Sep 10
Sep 11(1 event)

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.

6:00 pm: Cooking Matters


Sep 11

Share Our Strength's Cooking Matters
Wednesdays, August 7-September 11, 6-8 p.m.
1155 Market St., San Francisco 10th Floor Betty Ruhland Teaching Kitchen
FREE (Refundable deposit required—see details below)

18 Reasons, a food education non-profit, wants to empower you with the confidence and creativity needed to buy, cook, and eat good food every day. Cooking Matters is a six-week course in cooking and nutrition, developed by Share our Strength. Led by a chef, a nutritionist, and other knowledgeable staff, we will guide you through the ins and outs of cooking delicious, healthy foods on a budget. Eating fresh and healthy doesn't have to break your bank and 18 Reasons will show you how to stretch your grocery dollar without sacrificing flavor or your health. Registration for the entire six-week course is free, with a required $30 deposit due prior to the first class and returned upon attendance at a minimum of 4 classes. Attending less than 4 classes will result in forfeiture of deposit. Basic kitchen confidence is prerequisite. Program includes course materials, in-class recipe ingredients, and take-home groceries every week for you to play with at home. Note that class 5 will take place off-site and you will be responsible for transportation to the alternate location (Safeway at 2020 Market St.). Please also be advised that you will need to arrive one hour early for both the first and last classes to accommodate intake and evaluation procedures. Spots in this fun and educational cooking class series are limited, so secure your participation by contacting Adult Program Coordinator Serena Olsen at solsen@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7316 to register. Deadline to register is Monday, August 5th.

Sep 12
Sep 13(1 event)

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.

5:00 pm: Youth Employment Series (YES) - Books and Beyond: Balancing Academics with Cooking and Social Relationships


Sep 13 Sep 15

Books and Beyond: Balancing Academics with Cooking and Social Relationships

In September, join the first LightHouse Youth Employment Series (YES) workshop of the 2019-2020 academic calendar as students return to school. This workshop will focus on the importance of achieving success and independence as youth learn to juggle academics, social relationships, living skills, conflicts with future roommates and personal career goals. They collaborate with one another in interactive activities throughout the weekend to prepare for life beyond high school. Students will acquire essential skills in cooking with confidence, conflict resolution, as well as gain an increased understanding of financial aid and college applications.

YES workshops are monthly weekend-long learning experiences emphasizing the vocational enrichment of low vision and blind youth, increasing and providing access to a multifaceted array of mentorship, employment readiness skills, and alternative accessible techniques.

The YES Workshop in September will provide students with the tools to improve their interpersonal skills (soft skills), learn the ins-and-outs of meal planning and preparation, participate in a mock student residential life review board, engage in discussions around professional and dating relationships, as well as obtain further understanding of college applications and financial aid. The weekend is spent learning from blind and low vision mentors and engaging in creative hands-on activities which further support youth to explore and achieve their individualized and professional aspirations.

Workshop Learning Objectives:
1. Participants will expand their understanding of rights and responsibilities as blind and low vision youth as they explore post-secondary options after high school and prepare for their futures.
2. Transition age youth will acquire strategies on conflict resolution and effective communication as they implement these concepts using interactive scenarios in different aspects of their lives from school and college, to living with roommates, to work.
3. Students will participate in interactive activities as they plan, prepare for, and execute goals for confidence building in a variety of settings from academics, cooking, relationships, to employment.
4. The overnight nature of the YES workshop provides opportunities for students to refine their workplace readiness soft skills including effective social and professional communication and independent living, all while building community with their blind and low vision peers and mentors.

Things to Bring:
1. A note-taking device or implement (braille notetaker, pen, slate and stylus, phone with keyboard, laptop, etc.). You will be asked to complete activities electronically.
2. Necessities you may need such as any orientation and mobility tools to travel safely, money for transportation to and from the workshop, or personal medication.

If you are interested in participating in the September YES Weekend Workshop, please:
1. Contact your Department of Rehabilitation counselor to discuss workshop attendance and authorization.
2. Confirm attendance with Ann Wai-Yee Kwong, Transition Program Specialist, by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7328.

If you have any questions or would like to pay for your participation in the workshop, please contact youth@lighthouse-sf.org. Each workshop costs $950 to attend for the entire weekend. Please note, space for this program is limited to 15 students and workshop attendance must be confirmed by September 10.

Sep 14(1 event)

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.

5:00 pm: Youth Employment Series (YES) - Books and Beyond: Balancing Academics with Cooking and Social Relationships


Sep 13 Sep 15

Books and Beyond: Balancing Academics with Cooking and Social Relationships

In September, join the first LightHouse Youth Employment Series (YES) workshop of the 2019-2020 academic calendar as students return to school. This workshop will focus on the importance of achieving success and independence as youth learn to juggle academics, social relationships, living skills, conflicts with future roommates and personal career goals. They collaborate with one another in interactive activities throughout the weekend to prepare for life beyond high school. Students will acquire essential skills in cooking with confidence, conflict resolution, as well as gain an increased understanding of financial aid and college applications.

YES workshops are monthly weekend-long learning experiences emphasizing the vocational enrichment of low vision and blind youth, increasing and providing access to a multifaceted array of mentorship, employment readiness skills, and alternative accessible techniques.

The YES Workshop in September will provide students with the tools to improve their interpersonal skills (soft skills), learn the ins-and-outs of meal planning and preparation, participate in a mock student residential life review board, engage in discussions around professional and dating relationships, as well as obtain further understanding of college applications and financial aid. The weekend is spent learning from blind and low vision mentors and engaging in creative hands-on activities which further support youth to explore and achieve their individualized and professional aspirations.

Workshop Learning Objectives:
1. Participants will expand their understanding of rights and responsibilities as blind and low vision youth as they explore post-secondary options after high school and prepare for their futures.
2. Transition age youth will acquire strategies on conflict resolution and effective communication as they implement these concepts using interactive scenarios in different aspects of their lives from school and college, to living with roommates, to work.
3. Students will participate in interactive activities as they plan, prepare for, and execute goals for confidence building in a variety of settings from academics, cooking, relationships, to employment.
4. The overnight nature of the YES workshop provides opportunities for students to refine their workplace readiness soft skills including effective social and professional communication and independent living, all while building community with their blind and low vision peers and mentors.

Things to Bring:
1. A note-taking device or implement (braille notetaker, pen, slate and stylus, phone with keyboard, laptop, etc.). You will be asked to complete activities electronically.
2. Necessities you may need such as any orientation and mobility tools to travel safely, money for transportation to and from the workshop, or personal medication.

If you are interested in participating in the September YES Weekend Workshop, please:
1. Contact your Department of Rehabilitation counselor to discuss workshop attendance and authorization.
2. Confirm attendance with Ann Wai-Yee Kwong, Transition Program Specialist, by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7328.

If you have any questions or would like to pay for your participation in the workshop, please contact youth@lighthouse-sf.org. Each workshop costs $950 to attend for the entire weekend. Please note, space for this program is limited to 15 students and workshop attendance must be confirmed by September 10.

Sep 15(1 event)

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.

5:00 pm: Youth Employment Series (YES) - Books and Beyond: Balancing Academics with Cooking and Social Relationships


Sep 13 Sep 15

Books and Beyond: Balancing Academics with Cooking and Social Relationships

In September, join the first LightHouse Youth Employment Series (YES) workshop of the 2019-2020 academic calendar as students return to school. This workshop will focus on the importance of achieving success and independence as youth learn to juggle academics, social relationships, living skills, conflicts with future roommates and personal career goals. They collaborate with one another in interactive activities throughout the weekend to prepare for life beyond high school. Students will acquire essential skills in cooking with confidence, conflict resolution, as well as gain an increased understanding of financial aid and college applications.

YES workshops are monthly weekend-long learning experiences emphasizing the vocational enrichment of low vision and blind youth, increasing and providing access to a multifaceted array of mentorship, employment readiness skills, and alternative accessible techniques.

The YES Workshop in September will provide students with the tools to improve their interpersonal skills (soft skills), learn the ins-and-outs of meal planning and preparation, participate in a mock student residential life review board, engage in discussions around professional and dating relationships, as well as obtain further understanding of college applications and financial aid. The weekend is spent learning from blind and low vision mentors and engaging in creative hands-on activities which further support youth to explore and achieve their individualized and professional aspirations.

Workshop Learning Objectives:
1. Participants will expand their understanding of rights and responsibilities as blind and low vision youth as they explore post-secondary options after high school and prepare for their futures.
2. Transition age youth will acquire strategies on conflict resolution and effective communication as they implement these concepts using interactive scenarios in different aspects of their lives from school and college, to living with roommates, to work.
3. Students will participate in interactive activities as they plan, prepare for, and execute goals for confidence building in a variety of settings from academics, cooking, relationships, to employment.
4. The overnight nature of the YES workshop provides opportunities for students to refine their workplace readiness soft skills including effective social and professional communication and independent living, all while building community with their blind and low vision peers and mentors.

Things to Bring:
1. A note-taking device or implement (braille notetaker, pen, slate and stylus, phone with keyboard, laptop, etc.). You will be asked to complete activities electronically.
2. Necessities you may need such as any orientation and mobility tools to travel safely, money for transportation to and from the workshop, or personal medication.

If you are interested in participating in the September YES Weekend Workshop, please:
1. Contact your Department of Rehabilitation counselor to discuss workshop attendance and authorization.
2. Confirm attendance with Ann Wai-Yee Kwong, Transition Program Specialist, by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7328.

If you have any questions or would like to pay for your participation in the workshop, please contact youth@lighthouse-sf.org. Each workshop costs $950 to attend for the entire weekend. Please note, space for this program is limited to 15 students and workshop attendance must be confirmed by September 10.

Sep 16
Sep 17
Sep 18
Sep 19(1 event)

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.

6:00 pm: 30% & Growing: Hayward


Sep 19

30% & Growing
Thursday, September 19, 6-8 PM
World Famous Turf Club
22519 Main St., Hayward

Right in the heart of downtown Hayward, just blocks from the Hayward BART station, sits the friendly oasis that is the World Famous Turf Club. We will be waiting for you on their fabulous Tiki patio enjoying a smooth California transition from summer to fall. They've recently started offering a modest menu selection of items from the grill and also welcome you to BYOF--there is Japanese next door at Sapporo, Americana Pizza & Taqueria right across the street, and the highly recommended Cupcake Shoppe next door if you've got a hankering for a sweet treat. Grab some grub and join your 30% crew for this Hayward happening. RSVP to Adult Program Coordinator Serena Olsen at solsen@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7316.

Sep 20
Sep 21
Sep 22
Sep 23
Sep 24
Sep 25(1 event)

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 day): Adaptations Store Closed

(All day)
Sep 25 Sep 30

The Adaptations Store will be closed for it's bi-annual physical inventory count from September 25 and will re-open for business on October 1.

Sep 26(1 event)

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 day): Adaptations Store Closed

(All day)
Sep 25 Sep 30

The Adaptations Store will be closed for it's bi-annual physical inventory count from September 25 and will re-open for business on October 1.

Sep 27(1 event)

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 day): Adaptations Store Closed

(All day)
Sep 25 Sep 30

The Adaptations Store will be closed for it's bi-annual physical inventory count from September 25 and will re-open for business on October 1.

Sep 28(3 events)

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 day): Adaptations Store Closed

(All day)
Sep 25 Sep 30

The Adaptations Store will be closed for it's bi-annual physical inventory count from September 25 and will re-open for business on October 1.

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.

9:00 am: Let's Go For a Sail!


Sep 28

The Lighthouse is partnering with Call of the Sea for a Saturday Sail! Call of the Sea provides environmental education under sail. Experience the effects of wind and climate on a large sailing vessel called Schooner Seaward. Work in teams to haul a line and raise the sails and eat lunch with their crew to learn more about their experiences. Their crew members collectively have experience on all kinds of sailing vessels around the country and world, conducted oceanography research, and specialize in on-the-water environmental education. We will meet at the Lighthouse and travel to the ship together! Space is limited so RSVP right away by calling or emailing Amber Sherrard at (415)-694-7353 or asherrard@lighthouse-sf.org.

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.

9:30 am: Youth Extreme Recreation Adventure: Call of the Sea Cruise


Sep 28

Youth Extreme Recreation Adventure: Call of the Sea Cruise
Saturday, September 28 from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm

During the 2019 and 2020 school years, the LightHouse Youth Program will be hosting monthly extreme recreation activities and adventures for youth that are blind or have low vision. Those that sign up for these monthly outings will have opportunities to make new friends, meet mentors and develop life skills that will help them be successful in other aspects of life - all while enjoying the wonderful recreation options that the Bay Area and surrounding areas have to offer.

The September outing will have youth that are blind or low vision and their immediate families join students from the LightHouse Adult programs and the experienced crew from Call of the Sea for a day-long sailing adventure and potluck. Students of all ages will be participating in activities that will allow them to learn about our local waters and wildlife as well as the maritime culture and tradition. Between raising the sails and scraping the bottom of the bay students and crew will have plenty of time to make friends and enjoy the day of sailing.

Who: Low vision and blind youth of all ages and their immediate family members
What: Daylong sail and potluck
When: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Saturday, September 28 (ship departs sharply at 10 a.m.)
Where: Call of the Sea recommends that you google US Army Corps of Engineers Bay Model Visitor Center as a landmark for GPS directions. Once you have arrived, please wait outside the gate for a crew member to greet and escort you down the pier. For more information about the meeting location please visit their website.
What to bring: water bottle, layers of clothing for changing weather on the Bay, food item to contribute to potluck on the ship with LightHouse guests and Call of the Sea crew.

If you wish to RSVP or have any questions about this outing, please contact Jamey Gump by Wednesday, September 25 by phone at (415)694-7372 or by email at jgump@lighthouse-sf.org.

Read more: Youth Extreme Recreation Adventure: Call of the Sea Cruise

Sep 29(1 event)

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 day): Adaptations Store Closed

(All day)
Sep 25 Sep 30

The Adaptations Store will be closed for it's bi-annual physical inventory count from September 25 and will re-open for business on October 1.

Sep 30(1 event)

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 day): Adaptations Store Closed

(All day)
Sep 25 Sep 30

The Adaptations Store will be closed for it's bi-annual physical inventory count from September 25 and will re-open for business on October 1.

Oct 1
Oct 2
Oct 3
Oct 4
Oct 5(1 event)

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.

10:00 am: UrbanKick® (Cardio Kickboxing)


Oct 5

UrbanKick® is an innovative fitness class that expertly blends cardio kickboxing, (punch and kick combinations), with sports conditioning athletic drills for a serious knock-out workout.

When: Saturday, October 5, 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Where: LightHouse Headquarters, 11th Floor Fitness Room

Every UrbanKick® class incorporates steady state cardiovascular training, metabolic boosting H.I.I.T. training, and body-weight strength training for a unique and total body workout. This format challenges your body in all planes of motion so you constantly develop strength, agility, flexibility and balance, and burn calories. This class is for all levels of fitness, whether this is your first time exercising or you are a seasoned athlete.

Space is limited. To attend this class you must RSVP with Amber Sherrard at 415-694-7353 or asherrard@lighthouse-sf.org.

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!