A Walden Celebration in SF

Summer is right around the corner, and The Walden School is delighted to celebrate its outstanding programs for youth and adults with its Bay Area Community.

Held at The Swedish American Hall, a San Francisco landmark, the evening will feature refreshments and a performance by violinist and Walden alumnus Nigel Armstrong. He will perform at approximately 6:45 pm.

Gifts for the evening will benefit Walden’s Annual Fund. While there is no charge to attend the event, contributions to support Walden’s award-winning programs may be made online or at the event.


events@waldenschool.org or 415-692-3840


The Swedish American Hall
2174 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114

The Swedish American Hall is located on Market Street between 14th and 15th. It is within walking distance from the Church and Castro MUNI stations. Street parking is also available.

About The Swedish American Hall

Built in 1907, the Swedish American Hall is the most significant extant building associated with San Francisco’s Swedish community, and has a rich history of hosting live music concerts and public events. Designed by master architect, August Nordin, the building employs a rich palate of materials and the main Freja Hall features highly ornamental finishes and soaring truss work that rank it among the finest expressions of the Arts & Crafts style in California.

Host Committee

Seth Brenzel and Malcolm Gaines
Brayden Cleary
David Conte
Corty and Alf Fengler
Juli Anna Johnson
Esther Landau and Caroline Pincus
Carlos Shimizu
Chung-Wai Soong and Noam Cook
Jonathan Thomas and Gail Nakano

Contact Us

If you have any questions, please contact our Development Manager at events@waldenschool.org or call (415) 692-3840.

Monday, May 14, 2018
6:00 pm — 8:00 pm (2h)

The Swedish American Hall