23 May 2012

Annual Membership Meeting & Preservation Awards

Thursday, 31 May 2012
The Hillside Club
2286 Cedar Street
Berkeley 94709

6:00 Social Hour—Appetizers & No-Host Wine Bar

6:30 Buffet Dinner ($20 by reservation)
Mixed Green Salad
Roast Chicken, Brown Jasmine Rice, Grilled Vegetables
Cheese Platter

7:00 Business Meeting & Election of Directors
Carrie Olson, President
Steven Finacom, Vice-President
Susan Cerny, Corporate Secretary
Stephanie Manning, Treasurer
Carl Bunch
Jane Edginton
Neysa Garrett
James Grandison
Glen Jarvis
Michael Kelly
Ann Killebrew
John McBride
Leila Moncharsh
Sally Sachs
Arlene Silk
Jerry Sulliger
Daniella Thompson
Kelly Wong
Michael Yovino-Young

7:30 Preservation Awards Presentation

8:30 Remarks by Kirk E. Peterson, Architect

Complimentary Coffee & Dessert

To reserve dinner (catered by the Bread Workshop), please send a check for $20 per person to BAHA, P.O. Box 1137, Berkeley, CA 94701. Checks must be received by Saturday, 26 May (please include names of guests).

You can also pay for dinner by credit card via PayPal (see instructions).

03 May 2012

Outings on Fridays

Our popular series of guided tours, organized by Sally Sachs, returns this spring and summer. Lunch is optional and not included in tour price. Lunch reservation must be made at least 5 days prior to each tour.
Tickets: $15 per tour or $40 for the series



Friday, 1 June 2012
11 am

Mission Dolores
San Francisco


The Misión San Francisco de Asís was founded on 29 June 1776. The settlement was named for St. Francis of Assisi but was also commonly known as “Mission Dolores” owing to the presence of a nearby creek named Arroyo de los Dolores. The mission is the oldest intact building in the City of San Francisco and the only intact Mission Chapel in the chain of 21 established under the direction of Father Junipero Serra. Lunch in a nearby restaurant.



Friday, 13 July 2012
11 am

The McElroy Octagon House
San Francisco


Inspired by the writings of phrenologist Orson Squire Fowler, who advocated a new “Cheap, Convenient, and Superior Mode of Building” in 1848, William McElroy built this octagonal house in 1861. San Francisco Landmark No. 36 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the McElroy House is one of two octagon houses surviving in San Francisco. Lunch in a nearby restaurant.



Friday, 3 August 2012
11:00 am

Marin County Civic Center
San Rafael


The Frank Lloyd Wright–designed Marin County Civic Center is both a national and state-designated historic landmark. Wright’s 770th commission, the Civic Center is the last and one of the most important works by this internationally acclaimed architect who has been described as “one of the most creative architectural geniuses of all time” and “the most original architect the United States has ever produced.” Lunch in a nearby restaurant.

To order tickets, print and fill out the ticket order form and mail it with a check made out to BAHA and a stamped, self-addressed envelope to:

BAHA
Outings on Fridays
P.O. Box 1137
Berkeley, CA 94701


You can also pay for tickets by credit card via PayPal (see instructions).

02 May 2012