Join BRIDGEMEN at this month's gallery opening and artist's reception at Magnet. This month Vincent Escareno will be the featured artist. Vincent's work is colorful and bold.
Vincent showcases two different kinds of work. One is light and colorful and features some of San Francisco's greatest Drag Queens. The other more subdued and reverent features Native American imagery.
Drag queens and Native Americans: It is a celebration of those that live on the extreme margins of society, an exploration of the worlds of those who are shy and introverted, and those who put themselves out there and expose themselves through their chosen art. . The self as conscious creation, and a mourning for identity lost.
This event is a great way for guys to meet some of the members of Bridgemen. We encourage you to come out and bring some friends... the more the merrier.
Friday, April 10th | 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Magnet:[masked]th Street (18th and Castro)
Interested in learning more about BRIDGEMEN and what we do? Join us every 3rd Wednesday of the month for a bit of fun, free food and camaraderie in the Castro!
This is your chance to meet new and returning members alike. So, come get connected, whether it's your first time or fiftieth time! Surround yourself with an amazing group of guys that are here to have fun and make a difference!
RSVP now or just show up and come be part of something great.
Wednesday, April 15 | 7:00pm-9:00pm
The Lookout -[masked]th Street (at Market & Noe)
Would you like to make a substantial difference in someone's life? Well, here's your chance! The Richard M. Cohen Residence is a 10-unit residential care facility for formerly homeless men and women with disabling HIV/AIDS.
The Bridgemen have been called upon to lend a hand with gardening and other forms of spring cleaning for this beautiful and historic sanctuary. Not only do the residents appreciate the work Bridgemen will be doing, but they also appreciate the company! Please join us for this truly memorable service project.
Saturday, April 18th | 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Richard M Cohen Residence: 220 Dolores Street (15th and Dolores)
Ever wanted to know a porn star’s secret to hot and healthy man-on-man action?? Join the legendary Sister Roma with Brock Rustin, Adam Ramzi, Brian Bonds for an informal discussion about how to get it up, get it on and look good while you’re doing it.What's the key to longevity, in the industry and in bed? How do you change the mood when a hookup is going south? IS bigger always better?
We'll uncover everything you ever wanted to know about great sex and how you and your partner(s) can get the most out of all your experiences! Better, yet, submit your burning questions for Adam, Brian and Brock to [masked] and they'll answer your inquiries, live and in person!
Please note that seating is limited. Make sure to RSVP for this event.
Tuesday, April 20, 2015 | 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Each year Openhouse brings together hundreds of San Francisco's most influential and trailblazing people to celebrate the great work that Openhouse does. Be a part of the most anticipated Sunday Brunch of the year and help it BLOOM! This year Open House will be honoring Dr. Sandra R. Hernández,, who will be receiving the Adelman-Gurevitch Founder’s Award, and Ambassador James C. Hormel and Michael Nguyen, who will be receiving the Openhouse Trailblazer’s Award.
The BRIDGEMEN will be handling all things AUCTION this year.
Help drive up bids during the auction; Match up bid winners and collect payment information; Ensure all bid winners receive their correct items.
Volunteers should plan to arrive no later than 10:30am and stay till 2:30pm. Meet with Openhouse Development Associate, Will Roscoe, in the hallway to the Veranda Ballroom at 10:30am to check-in. A volunteer lounge with coffee, catered lunch and refreshments will be provided. Afterwards we can go out and have some drinks.
Please note: This event is at the Four Seasons Hotel and business casual attire is requested (slacks and a button up - Please no shorts).
Sunday, April 26, 2015 | 10:30am to 2:30pm
Four Seasons Hotel, 757 Market Street, Veranda Ballroom (Main Floor)