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HairToStay’s Home Cabarets are a series of curated evenings with food and entertainment delivered to your doorstep. The virtual nightclub program supports treatment subsidies that help low-income cancer patients prevent chemotherapy-induced hair loss through scalp cooling, provides revenue for your favorite local restaurants in Marin County and gives performers a (virtual) stage and compensation. The next event is Aug. 23 featuring the Buckeye and Bungalow 44. Tickets and information are available at HairToStay.org/homecabarets.  Pictured (above, top) is Betty Taisch, doing the Charleston to a Carlos Reyes song and (above, bottom) a cabaret meal from San Anselmo’s Madcap restaurant, a bottle of Hale Mary Wine and an amika haircare products gift bag.  -Photos courtesy of HairToStay

Kicking off on Sept. 7, the Heart of San Francisco, a production by Antenna Theater, will transform the Bay Area into an outdoor amphitheater for audio-visual performances. The Sausalito Art Festival’s 2020 Virtual Art Festival Experience will be part of this giant production that will include an art auction, skywriting planes and large and small boats. The events will be visible from many Bay Area locations or via live stream. Additional information is available at antenna-theater.org.-Photos courtesy of the Sausalito Art Festival

The Sausalito Art Festival’s 2020 virtual event will conclude with an online silent auction Sept. 11-13, featuring creative works from artists who have previously exhibited live. The silent art auction can be viewed at accelevents.com/e/SAF. Pictured (above, top) is art by Mark Mackinnon and (above, bottom) Alla Tsank, two of the works that will be available at the auction. Find more information at sausalitoartfestival.org.   -Photos courtesy of the Sausalito Art Festival


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