Special Member Presentation The epic transatlantic adventure of
the White Family
Friday, June 11th at 6:00 pm
Part 1: “Launching “Hugo”
and Sailing the Mediterranean”
In March 2016 The White family flew from Australia to La Rochelle (west coast of France) to move into their new home on the water – a Nautitech 542 sailing catamaran called “Hugo”.
Join Russ and Tina as they present a brief overview of the first 6 months of their sailing journey that took them from La Rochelle, through the Bay of Biscay, Northern Atlantic Ocean into the Mediterranean Sea as far to the East as Turkey stopping in Gibraltar, the Balearic Islands, Sardegna, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, Strait of Messina, Greek Peloponnese, Dodecanese Greek islands, Cyclades Greek Islands, Corinth Canal, mainland Greece, Ionian Greek Islands, Italy, Corsica, Italian Riviera, Côte D’Azur, Cannes Boat Show, Balearic Islands and Costas Del Sol, Spain before departing the Mediterranean Sea.
Summer Concert Series on the Helipad Native Elements
Saturday, June 19th at 6:00 pm
San Francisco powerhouse, Native Elements has been keeping the energetic, feel-good reggae tradition alive in the Bay Area for over 20 years. Comprised of 9 seasoned musicians with decades of experience in rock, metal, blues, jazz, and hip-hop, this eclectic and fearless crew fuses their unique influences into a contemporary, melodic, horn-driven party. Each show takes its audience through improvisational peaks and valleys from blazing guitar solos to soaring saxophone wails while also delivering an authentic reggae foundation. Having grown up together since elementary school (playing in garage bands and skateboarding) in Daly City and South City, CA, Native Elements bring a uniquely warm experience to the stage that is both entertaining and uplifting.
Movie Night on the Helipad Fishermen’s Friends
Saturday, June 26th at 7:00 pm
In 2010, a group of rugged fishermen carved out their own anachronistic moment in pop music lore, as the copyright-free folk songs sung by Fisherman’s Friends placed them at the Top 10 charts in the UK.
Chris Foggin’s “Fisherman’s Friends” doesn’t really explain how these harmonious workers and their sea shanties would have such a commercial appeal, and that proves to be intentional to its storytelling. This is a movie for instant fans; it’s explicitly for anyone who doesn’t need any convincing about why we’d instantly love them