Where: Exploratorium, Pier 15 , The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94111
Learn More: Ghostly colored images of parrots will show so-called afterimages, which are the result of the adaptation of color-sensitive eye cells.
There are three types of color-sensitive cones in the eyes, each of which reacts to a specific light – reddish, greenish, or bluish. When you look at a red parrot, your red-sensitive cones get used to the image and stop responding as strongly. When you suddenly look at a white background, the relatively strong response of your blue and green cones creates an image of a blue-green parrot.
Similarly, looking at a blue-green parrot produces an image of a red parrot. As a rule, when looking at any color, an afterimage is formed that is the complement of that color or its opposite.
Cost: $ 0-30
What: San Francisco Historical Tour
When: Saturday, December 18, from 13:00
Where: Tenderloin Museum 398 Eddy Street San Francisco, CA 94102
Read More: With over 400 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places (the official government list of neighborhoods, places, buildings, structures and properties, considered worth preserving because of their historical significance) This Tenderloin walking tour led by local jazz singer Pam Coates will allow you to discover the unprecedented history of San Francisco.
Cost: $ 5-15
What: Farm Volunteering Day
When: Saturday, December 18, from 1:00 pm
Where: Alemany Farm 700 Alemany Blvd San Francisco, CA 94112
More details: Help keep the city farm in top shape. Volunteer work can include weeding, planting, mulching, composting, and other farming tasks. Caring people of any background and experience are welcome. No farming skills required. The staff will provide the volunteers with all the tools they need.
What: < b> Wine tasting
When: Saturday 18 December from 1:00 pm
Where: Prima Materia Winery Tasting Room 49th Street Oakland, CA 94609
Learn More: Wine tasting attracts many visitors who want to enjoy the taste of fine wines against the backdrop of a mesmerizing sunset over the city. This place is ideal for a family holiday or a romantic date.
What: International Migrants Day Concert
When: Saturday, December 18, from 7:00 pm
More: Join the celebration of International Migrants Day. This year, all participants are exploring climate change and the environment through music from around the world. On International Migrants Day, they will share a repertoire on this topic and talk about hundreds of thousands of people displaced by the climate crisis.
Cost: From $ 0
What: Farmers' Market
When: Sunday, December 19, from 09 : 00
Where: United Nations Plaza, 355 McAllister St, San Francisco, CA 94102
Learn More: This farmers market has a wide selection of fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy products, fresh flowers and local pastries. production. This is a great place to have a fun weekend, stock up on healthy and fresh food.
What: St. Nicholas Day at a Ukrainian school
When: Sunday, December 19, from 12:30
Where: 2101 Mariposa St, San Francisco, CA 94107-2319
More: Ukrainian Orthodox Church of St. Michael and the Ukrainian School of San Francisco invite everyone to the annual celebration of St. Nicholas Day. You will hear various performances and enjoy delicious treats. At the request of the child, he can learn a verse or song and perform.
Cost: $ 0-10
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