Basque Cultural Center

Basque Cultural Center
Basque Cultural Center is listed in the Restaurants category in South San Francisco, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Basque Cultural Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Basque Cultural Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 80.

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599 Railroad Ave
South San Francisco, CA 94080
(650) 583-8091

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Basque Cultural Center has an overall ZapScore of 80. This means that Basque Cultural Center has a higher ZapScore than 80% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in South San Francisco, California is 37 and in the Restaurants category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Rene Caballero was a beautiful soul, whose love for life will always be remembered by his family and friends. Rene was born on March 20, 1971 in San Francisco, CA to Raymond and Juanita. During his life, he caused a ton of smiles and a few gray hairs. He was a talented drummer, hard worker, a great friend, and boy was he fun! In December 1999, he married the love of his life, Rose Marie. Their daughter, Amaia, and son, Anthony, were blessed to have a father who would do anything for them. Through his example, they were taught the values of hard work and dedication to family. Together they made beautiful memories, camping, fishing, attending Basque festivals, or just hanging out. He was a thoughtful husband, father, and friend. Rene may have been an only child but will be dearly missed by many brothers and sisters. Those who were lucky enough to call him family or friend will forever cherish their time with him. Rene battled cancer like a warrior for three years; always putting on a brave face so as to not worry those around him. He fought through and continued to work to the very end. He even found energy to play drums for others and DJ to keep the party going. On September 16, 2017, heaven gained an angel named Rene. He will be terribly missed and forever in our hearts. He is preceded in death by his father (Raymond), his great uncle (Gus) and great aunt (Juana). He is survived by his wife (Rose Marie), children (Amaia and Anthony), mother (Juanita), cousin (Rosemary and Fred), many cousins, in laws (Martin and Maria Teresa), sister in laws, brother in laws, and nieces and nephews. The service will be held at SS. Peter and Paul Church, 4450 Granite Drive, Rocklin, Ca 95677. The ceremony at Rene's final resting place will follow at Newcastle Cemetery, 850 Taylor Road, Newcastle, CA. A reception will immediately follow at SS. Peter and Paul Church hall. Since Rene has worked so many years serving the community, a scholarship fund has been created by Rocklin Unified School District. In lieu of flowers, if you would like to contribute, you can do so by going to any SAFE Credit Union location. Contributions must be delivered in person and should be labeled Rene Caballero Scholarship Fund, Acct.#100118115. If you have any questions, please call SAFE at 916-979-7233 and ask for Ashley Ford.
Rene Caballero passed away on September 16, 2017 at the age of 46 in Roseville, California. Funeral Home Services for Rene are being provided by Heritage Oaks Memorial Chapel - FD1990.

Basque Cultural Center - Gure Euskal Etxea shared a Page.
Madalen Bieter celebrates Basque music all the way from Boise State University! Gora Euskal kultura diasporan!! Tuesdays & Thursdays 2-3pm

Basque Cultural Center - Gure Euskal Etxea shared Scenic Audio's video.
Basque rock band Gatibu traveling from Spain live at the San Francisco Basque Cultural Center. Here's a mix from the multitrack recording that I synced up to Philippe Acheritogaray's roaming video. Thanks Philippe and Gatibu for a rockin' evening!

Tonight - 7:30pm - Basque Cultural Center - Amaren Ideia presented by Aitor Inarra. During the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), hundreds of children were evacuated out of their homes in the Basque Country. This documentary tells the story of three of them. Mexico City, June 11th, 2008: 83 years old Lucia, Alfredo 81, and José 80, jump on a plane to Bilbao. The three of them were born in different parts of the Basque Country. But in 1937, they were forced to leave their homes and families because of the Spanish Civil War. Seventy-one years later, they return to their homeland, together with many others, who like them, will receive a homage. 2010, directed by Maider Oleaga, 80 minutes, color, in Castilian & Euskara with English Subtitles. Free Admission
Largomentraje documental dirigido por Maider Oleaga y producido por Bernardo Jasso y Iurre Tellería. Mexico/Spain-2009-Colour-80min.-Betacam Digital-Stereo