Events

EVENTS

Join us for Opera On Tap - A Gubbio fundraiser!

 

PAST EVENTS

Blanket Statements w. Kamau Bell 

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 Thank you to everyone who came out to and supported our Blanket Statements event! And a big shoutout to Zendesk and W. Kamau Bell! What a fun night!  A special thanks to our contributors: California Academy of Sciences, ACT, Mike Keegan, Peter Coyote, Beach Blanket Babylon, San Francsico Symphony, Relief Beds International, San Francisco Opera, Pocket Opera, Arizmendi, Rare Device, Philip Pascuzzo, Twitter, Pocket Opera, Yerba Buena, Center for the Arts, Original Joe's, Glide, Tenderloin Walking Tours, The Asian Art Museum, Randy Shaw, Sisters of St. Francis of Redwood City, Tenderloin Museum, and Zendesk.

Gubbio's 10 Year Anniversary Featuring Martin Sheen
On the 10 year anniversary of The Gubbio Project, actor and activist Martin Sheen will speak with co-founder of the project, Shelly Roder, about Pope Francis's call to be a "poor Church for the poor," his upcoming movie, Trash, and creating a safe space for homeless neighbors at St. Boniface Church.

Gubbio Community Jazz Brunch

 

On November 11th, Veteran's Day, 2013, from 10-12, Gubbio hosted a celebration of our community with delicious food and live jazz music in Boedekker Hall!

Sanctuary and Social Justice: A Conversation with Martin Sheen

 

The Gubbio fundraiser featuring Martin Sheen was a great success. Thank you to all who participated in the event.

Download the flyer to learn more about the event.

View Executive Director Laura Slattery's introductory remarks on our reflections page.

View a short video of the night on our videos page.

Hunter's Point: A play about the meaning of home
Completing it's successful run in early October 2011, Hunter's Point is a play with music and bicycles about fierce outsiders, the complicated love of sisters and the meaning of HOME. For more information visit: strangeangelstheater.org.Hunter's Point article in the New York Times »
Hunter's Point article in the San Francisco Chronicle »

Gubbio Speaker's Series: Shari Roeseler
On April 7, 2011, Shari Roeseler, Executive Director of St. Anthony Foundation spoke on "Women, Leadership, and the Church."Download the flyer to learn more about the lecture.

Gubbio Speaker's Series: Father Greg Boyle
Commencing Gubbio's second annual speaker series, Father Greg Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries and author of Tattoos on the Heart, spoke at St. Boniface Church on March 3, 2011. Watch Father Greg's lecture on our video page in its entirety in a series of five videos.