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SOMA—Join Ligne Roset (162 King Street) for an art opening reception this Saturday, May 10, from 6 to 8pm. The show, which features the work of painter Brandi Brooks and photographer Tim Losch, will be up until July 27. RSVP here. [Racked Inbox]
EVERYWHERE—Slidelane is a social discovery platform that allows new parents to share and recommend places, products, and services to each other. In honor of Mother's Day, if you join Slidelane before May 11, they will donate $10 to Samahope, a nonprofit organization that provides healthcare to mothers and children in need. You can also make a donation to Samahope through their #HonorYourMom event. [Racked Inbox]
SAN FRANCISCO—Jewelry designer Stephany Hitchcock has three upcoming trunk shows at the three Gallery of Jewels locations. Stephany will be showcasing her new collection of opaque, one-of-a kind agate, lapis and fossilized coral jewelry. This Thursday, May 8, the trunk show will be held at the Pacific Heights location (2115 Fillmore St, San Francisco) from 12 to 8pm. On Friday, the show will be at 4084 24th Street from 12 to 8pm, and on Saturday, at 427 Post Street from 11am to 7pm. Stop by to browse the collection, or call to make an appointment with Hitchcock herself. [Racked Inbox]
THE MISSION—This Saturday, May 10, from 4 to 7pm, Floss Gloss and Elizabeth Street Cosmetics are hosting a trunk show at the Tigerlily Perfumery pop-up shop housed in Antelope (973 Valencia Street, San Francisco). Stop by to enjoy the "Lip Bar" and nail art manicures! [Racked Inbox]
HAYES VALLEY—This Saturday, May 10, Rand + Statler (425 Hayes Street, San Francisco) presents Loren Stewart Jewelry, and you're invited! Stop by between 1 and 5pm to peruse this beautiful line, and to enjoy champagne and macarons by Dana's Bakery. [Racked Inbox]—Darcy Boynton