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Valentine's Aphrodisiac Chef Joe's Culinary Salon, 16 a/b Sanchez; 626-4379, Feb. 14, 11am-1:30pm, $75. Join expert (and hilarious) Chef Joe for a course in cooking food that'll get you in the mood, including oyster's mignonette, asparagus in puff pastry, and chocolate fondue.


Sound Healing for Relationships and Interpersonal Communication Tian Gong International Foundation, 830 Bancroft, Lotus Room 114, Berk.; (510) 883-1920, Feb. 13, 7-8:30pm, $5–$10. Get ready for reutf8g at this qigong practice dedicated to energetically healing relationships, including Celestial Song and Love Activations for soul-to-soul communication.

Revolutionary Love Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union, UC Berkeley campus, Berk.; Explore the foundations of self-love with workshops, music, dancing, discussion, and a keynote address by Cherrie Moraga during the 24th Empowering Women of Color Conference.

Valentine's Day at Habitot Children's Museum 2065 Kittredge, Berk.; (510) 647-1111, Mon/9-Feb. 14, regular admission. Young children can create heart-themed art for loved ones. Visitors who bring craft supplies get free adult admission.

Wholeness Thru Relationship Center for Transformative Change, 2584 Martin Luther King Jr., Berk.; (510) 549-3733, Feb. 14, 7am-4pm, $35–$50. Invite a friend, ally, or someone with whom you're having a hard time to this daylong workshop about developing relationships with yourself, your loved ones, and your community.

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