Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation

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2016 Calendar

Upcoming Events

Saturday, June 18 - Ancestry Day

Through our partnership with Ancestry, AIISF will benefit from the proceeds from Ancestry Day by the Bay, to be held in South San Francisco on Saturday, June 18. People will learn how to get the most out of Ancestry.com's website and much more. Click here for more information and for tickets.

Saturday, July 16 2-4pm - 3 People Project

Through the 3 People Project, the students of Donaldina Cameron House in Chinatown trained to capture on film the often untold immigration experiences of community elders. This project, inspired a new respect and deepened connection between generations and resulted in five well-crafted films that reveal the fears, motivations and challenges the seniors faced in leaving their homelands.

Join us at the Asian Art Museum for a screening of several short films and a discussion with both student filmmakers and interviewees.

The event is free with general admission.

Click here for more information.


Past events

Saturday and Sunday, March 5 and 6, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. - AIISF at San Francisco History Days
Location: Old Mint, Fifth and Mission, San Francisco.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016, 6 pm - AIISF Annual Benefit: Immigrant Voices-Hero Dreams

Location: Grand Hyatt San Francisco, 345 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA 94108
Join us in honoring personal examples of leadership and celebrating the national symbol of Pacific Coast immigration.

Thursday, March 10 - CAAMFest Opening Night, co-presented by AIISF

Opening Night of the film Tyrus by Pamela Tom at the CAAMFest film festival. Early Bird tickets available until February 10 for $60, $50 for CAAM members, regular price after the 10th.

Saturday, March 19 - Angel Island Genealogical workshop

AIISF's Grant Din to speak at California Genealogical Society about Angel Island Genealogical Resources.

Saturday, March 26 - The Making of Asian America book talk, co-presented by AIISF

Book talk by Erika Lee about her new book, The Making of Asian America. AIISF is a co-presenter at this event at the Chinese Historical Society of America.

Wednesday, June 1, 7pmThe Lost Torah of Shanghai book talk at Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA), 965 Clay St, San Francisco, CA - Book talk on The Lost Torah of Shanghai, presented by AIISF and CHSA. Click here to RSVP.

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