March 9, 2013: Suffragette march, in support of Women’s History Month
You are invited to join the living history reenactment of a suffragette march (12:00 and 3:00) in support of votes for women!
April 13, 2013: “Make and Mend,” sailors’ and everyday citizens’ arts and handicrafts
[begin Summer hours 11:00-5:00]
May 11, 1913: President McKinley visited San Francisco’s Hyde Street Pier, after launching the battleship Ohio at Union Iron Works.
June 8, 2013: Chautauqua at Hyde Street Pier. A special program of visting luminaries sure to enlighten the hearts and minds of all who witness this amazing Chautauqua.
July 13, 2013: Living History re-creates the 1901 Waterfront Strike that paralyzed San Francisco for five months.
August 10, 2013: Picnic on the Beach, with the latest in 1901 Bathing Attire
September 14, 2013: Living History and the Sea Music Festival
October 19, 2013: Ladies’ Seamen’s Friend Society: Seagoing libraries, sailor’s literacy program
[begin Winter hours 10:00-4:00]
November 9, 2013: “Make and Mend,” sailors’ and everyday citizens’ arts and handicrafts
[Special time for Old Time Maritime Christmas only 6:00-9:00]
December 14, 2013: Old Time Maritime Christmas
In the evening, 6-9pm, join us for our costumed Living History players Old Time Maritime Christmas. Turn back the clock to Christmas in the year 1901, where you will meet captains, wives, crews and passengers aboard the floating historic vessels.
Refreshments will be served, with sea music performed by Richard Adrianowicz and Peter Kasin. Lamplit tours by a
costumed nightwatchmen leave from the Hyde Street Pier entrance every 20 minutes beginning 6pm. Last tour leaves 7:40pm. Each tour lasts approx. 55 minutes. Each tour limited to 14 people. Reserve for this living history program by calling the Visitor Center, 415-447-5000, between 9:30am-4:30pm, open daily.