Tonight: Winter Celebration and Homegrown Jazz at the Bernal Library

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The elves who run your Bernal Heights Public Library are a lively and gregarious bunch, especially during this time of year.  Tonight Bernal’s library is hosting a seasonal festival that celebrates homegrown jazz, community, and tasty food. Library elf-wrangler Valerie Reichert tells us:

Our Annual Winter Celebration at the library happens on Wednesday eve, December 14.

Please join us! Grab your family, friends, neighbors and come to our annual celebration. The evening features the mellifluous Bernal Jazz Quartet playing seasonal selections, holiday crafting, movies and lots and lots of cookies!

THIS WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14TH FROM 6-8:30 PM
Information: (415) 355-5610
For all ages!

One thought on “Tonight: Winter Celebration and Homegrown Jazz at the Bernal Library

  1. Quick correction about tonight’s jazz-flavored holiday bash at the library. The Bernal Jazz group will indeed be holding forth, but our membership for tonight is a little different from that described in the outdated (3 years old) link included in your post. In addition to me (Michael Gold, a Bernal guy) on sax, we’ll have Bernal neighbor Jim Zimmerman on vibes, Dean Reilly on bass and pocket trumpet, and Tony Johnson on drums. Looking forward to adding a bunch of swinging jazz–and a smidge of seasonal tunes–to the celebration.

    By the way, the library’s promo page for this year’s celebration is here: http://sfpl.org/index.php?pg=1026586801 Just to add to the confusion, it too does not get the personnel right for tonight. Not to worry. It’ll be a Bernal blast!

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