#virtuallyBARTable This Weekend: July 17-19

Celebrate 65 years of Disneyland with the Walt Disney Museum. Photo courtesy of Disneyland. 
 
Another weekend of virtual events takes us from the Bay to Disneyland, to Oklahoma, and to Bali. Celebrate 65 years of the Happiest Place on Earth, get zen with the Asian Art Museum, or head to Oklahoma for a legendary folk festival. Here's what's #virtuallyBARTable This Weekend.
 
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Join Johnnyswim for an Instagram Live concert. Photo courtesy of Johnnyswim. 
 
 
Join the Walt Disney Museum in celebrating Disneyland’s 65th trip around the sun. The day will be filled with special Disneyland-centric virtual programming, Disneyland trivia, and a few surprises along the way. It's time to bring some of your favorite Disneyland memories to life virtually! Get on board for a fun filled day of magical memories of the Happiest Place on Earth. The fun begins at 12pm on Facebook and YouTube.
 
 
Inspired by the blockbuster movie, see some of the Bay Area’s top comedians at San Francisco’s "Crazy Funny Asians" comedy showcase. Celebrate the Bay’s Asian-American culture and heritage with laughs. It's happening this Friday at 8pm on Zoom. RSVP and you'll get the secret Zoom link right before the show.
 
 
Like all of us, Johnnyswim, the folk duo composed of Amanda Sudano and Abner Ramirez, have been quarantined since March. During this time, they took to Instagram Live and wrote songs with strangers, literally. A random fan joined the duo and together, they wrote and produced a song in the same day. After six weeks of partnering with strangers, Johnnyswim is releasing an EP called "Songs with Strangers" and is celebrating with an Instagram Live concert at 7:30pm. 
 
 
Bottlerock Napa 2020 has been set for the weekend of October 2-4, and to get you pumped up for it, they're going live from home with some of our favorite bands. This week, take in the acoustic sounds of Jimmy Eat World, The Naked and Famous, and Mondo Cozmo beginning at 5pm on YouTube Live. 
 
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Take a virtual meditation session this Saturday. Photo courtesy of The Asian Art Museum.
 
 
This two-hour Zoom Teen Empowerment Self-Defense Workshop by Impact Bay Area focuses on empowering students to understand, respect, and defend their own boundaries. Students have the opportunity to practice verbal boundary setting with strangers as well as people they know. Students learn to honor their own intuition, set and defend their boundaries, and gain increased confidence and safety skills. This class is open to participants of all genders ages 12-16. The workshop begins at 12pm and there's a suggested donation of $10-$30. 
 
 
Learn how to meditate with the San Francisco Zen Meditation Center. This virtual session for beginners will introduce you to the benefits of meditation, which can help settle the body and mind amid the swirl of daily life. Sitting in a balanced posture creates a steady calm that, with training, can become the way you meet whatever arises. This event is free but a donation to the Asian Art Museum is greatly appreciated. 
 
 
The Stud and The Oasis have gone virtual and taken their drag shows online. Not even the global pandemic can stop the Queens. Enjoy a weekly dose of virtual humor, flashy, queer and everything drag with The Stud and Oasis Online Drag Show.
 
 
The live comedy scene has been devasted due to the closure of all comedy clubs because of COVID-19. Support Black comics as they come together for "Black Laughs Matter," an online comedy show live from San Francisco. Hosted by comedian and Berkeley native Chris Riggins, the show this week features Nate Spears from SF Sketchfest. The show begins at 8pm and is free but donations are welcome. 
 
 
San Francisco musician, Michael Franti, has been working on putting together one of a kind online experiences that are unique and equally entertaining. Franti is taking us on a stay-at-home world tour and this week he's streaming live from Soulshine Bali. Tickets begin at $22 and are available online. The concert begins at 6pm. 
 
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Honor the music and philosophy of Woody Guthrie this weekend. Photo courtesy of the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival.
 
 
Silverstein will be pulling out all the stops performing live from the studio on Sunday beginning at 1pm. The set will be captured by four high definition cameras and recorded through a vintage mixing console (a 1971 8014 Neve to be exact). Featuring songs from all the albums, this is a performance you will not want to miss. Tickets are $10 and available online.
 
 
In 1997, a passionate group of volunteers gathered with one mission, to honor Woody Guthrie's music and philosophy that every person has worth, no more or less than another. The inaugral festival was in 1998 in his hometown of Okemah, Oklahoma and due to COVID-19, the festival is going virtual all weekend. The Sunday fun begins at 12pm and features appearances from Terry "Buffalo" Ware , Melissa Hembree, Andy Adams, Annie Guthrie and more. 
 
 
During these unprecedented times, 42nd Street Moon is keeping its artists and audiences connected through interviews, previews, and other tidbits of theatrical joy. This Sunday, test your musical theatre knowledge with live trivia. Play for cash prizes! The quizzing begins at 8pm. Join the Zoom room to participate.
 
 
The Stern Grove Festival is being brought to you from the comfort of your own home. Every Sunday at 4:30pm, join host Liam Mayclem on KPIX-TV/Channel 5, and celebrate some of the greatest moments in the Grove. An extended version of the show will be posted on Stern Grove's website, and on their Facebook page and YouTube channel.

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