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I am hoping to have a PLANT TREES free shirt printing camp at Burning
Man decompression, where folks can print on a blank shirt of their
choosing, or print on the shirt on their back. I'm seeking donations:
Blank shirts: if you work retail or know of seconds, or surplus shirts,
most important. If you have silk screen ink to donate,
Propane tanks and a heater element, to cure the ink.
I can pick up anytime, anywhere. Or perhaps you can bring to event.
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SFBC Biker Bulletin - October 6, 2004
Creative Life Principles
0: Believe nothing, entertain possibilities
(therefore everything therafter is offered playfully)
1: Imagination lays the tracks for reality to follow
2: Better to create prophecy than to live prediction
(whatever makes us passive is toxic. whatever makes us active is tonic.
this is the difference between predictions which make us passive and
prophecy which is active co-creation with the Divine.
3: The Invisible world would like to help us but spiritual etiquette
requires that we ask.
(help is always available-operators are standing by)
4:if something is a problem, make it bigger
(blow it up really big and then look at it)
5:we only possess the power of an insight when we give it expression
6: creativity comes from the wedding of Paradox
(we aspire to be Disciplined Wild People who are Radical
(some words of wisdom to be passed amongst the tribes......)sharing our
hearts together......... akasha
Latest Revelations on next "9-11" - inside job
i !NO GWB - ACTION GROUP. http://GWBOAO.v3.net
SF Bay Area Diversions Oct 7-13 http://planttrees.org/events.php
fun events: http://laughingsquid.org/squidlist/calendar
important events: http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php
9/30-10/13: upcoming fun, cheap, and unusual events in SF thru Oct23
October 8 marks the date of the assassination of Che Guevara in 1967.
Che farewell letter to Castro:
# Election Protection Training Fri Oct 8 12-2 p.m. @ Working Assets 101 Market
# Fri Oct 8, 3pm. 'THE WAY FORWARD WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY'
Vote Solar, the Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable
Technologies, and the Pacific Energy Center co-host a presentation and
reception with Hermann Scheer, the German Member of Parliament
responsible for Germany's innovative and ambitious solar program.
Space is limited. First come, first serve. Pacific Energy Center, 851
Howard St., San Francisco. For information or to RSVP call 415/973-2277.
# 10/8 "Paying For It: A Guide by Sex Workers for Their Clients"
Fri Oct 8 Valencia St Books, 569 Valencia @16th and 17th.
Schmoozing and nosh at 7:30, readings at 8. free.
# 10/8: The Power of Whole Foods and Micronutrients
Nutritional PowerPoint slide lecture and demosJeffrey Bruno, Ph.D.
October 8, Friday 7:30-9p Downward Dog Yoga Studio, 94 Manor Drive,
Pacifica, CA, 94044 $5.00 donation requested 650-355-9642
Topics will include: Fun food and skin care demonstrations
How whole foods increase lifespan, brain function, beauty, and perf.
How to support healthy skin The role of enzymes, intestinal bacteria,
trace minerals, and plant colors.
How to create a diet and lifestyle approach that is really works for you.
# Black Rock Roller Disco Fri Oct. 8 8p-midnight Free to attend
$5 for skate rental fireworks display at 8:00 P.M. for Fleet Week
Ferry Building - Matket @ Embarcdero http://www.cora.org
# U.S. Provisional Authority ( show ) Fri Oct 8 + Fri Oct 22 8p$8,$5
Trinity United Meth Chapel 2320 Dana @ Bancroft Berkeley Squidlist
# Nuclear Free Great Basin Fall Gathering- Oct 8-10th, 2004.
Skull Valley Goshute Reservation- near the home of Margene Bullcreek.
Shundahai Network PO Box 1115 Salt Lake City, UT 84110
Office: 801.533.0128 Fax: 801.533.0129
# In the Street fest Fri-Sat Oct 8 5pm-10pm Oct 9 11a-6p free
Hundreds of Bay Area artists and perf Cohen Alley 500 block of Ellis
# Burning Man: Beyond Black Rock - Sneak Preview Party Fri Oct 8
8 P-4 AM - film@9 PM $10 21+ Want to participate? Still seeking non-
musical performers and art to share: email@example.com
film: http://www.beyondblackrock.com Mighty 119 Utah @ 15 /Potrero
# Garbage Sale 10.09 1800ish Page @ Shrader/Cole http://tribe.net
# Sat 10/9 10a-1p Mulch your heart out Help maintain botanical
SF Botanical Garden Project - 301 Martin Luther King Dr
# Sat Oct 9, 10a-4p SLIDE RANCH HARVEST CELEBRATION
Slide Ranch, a farm-based environmental education center, celebrates
the harvest season with an old time country fair featuring family fun
like creating scarecrows, learning to spin wool, live music and
relaxing in a beautiful garden. Also, craft activities, guided tours
and hikes, games, storytelling, music making and cooking
demonstrations by local chefs. Near Muir Beach, Marin County. $20,
$65 for families of 5 or more, Free/2 & under.
http://www.slideranch.org or call 415/381-6155.
# Prop 63 BBQ Fundraiser "Castro Country Club" 4058 18th St
@ Castro Sat Oct 9, Noon-6pm support of the Mental Health Initiative
Prop 63 bring to all of California the much needed funding for
mental health programs. This will directly affect bringing more
services to the homeless population. http://www.yeson63.org
# Peace Navy Parade of Boats for Peace to Parallel US Navy's Parade
of Ships of War.colorful flotilla of small boats and paddle craft from
the Peace Navy will be will be cruising along the shoreline during the US
Navy Parade of Ships on Saturday. Simultaneously, activists from the
Veterans for Peace and other groups will be onshore with posters with the
faces of some of those who have died as a result of the war on Iraq.
Sat Oct 9 11-2 PM Offshore: Launch at Gashouse Cove (meet 9:30
Marina at Laguna--opposite Marina Safeway). Cruising waterfront Crissy
Field to Pier 39. Onshore: (Peace Navy, United for Peace and Justice, Yes
on N in front of Pier 39 (meet at 10:30 Embarcadero at Grant)
more details: http://planttrees.org/events.php
# Straight Outta Film Arts Screening & BBQ Sat Oct 9 noon-4pm Free
It’s a free show, a BBQ, and a rockin’ place to show your films.
Bring yourself, bring your friends, and something to throw on the grill.
SomArts Gallery 934 Brannan @ 8th St. http://www.filmarts.org
# The 4th annual San Francisco Earth Charter Summit
Sat Oct 9 1-4pm 2450 17th St @ Potrero (SGI-USA Cultural Center)
celebrating the Earth Charter and how we can incorporate this grassroots
document into our everyday lives.
The Earth Charter is the result of the UN Summit in Rio de Janiero. It is a
document created with the input of many different nations taking over 3
decades to perfect. The Earth Charter has 16 different principles that
outline a new constitution with the planet based on respect for all
beings and a recognition of our interdependence.
Kevin Danaher, author and founder of Global Exchange, keynote
speaker and he will discuss how we can actualize the principles of the
Earth Charter in our daily actions. He will be followed by break-out sessions
on energy options and conservation in the home, how you can compost in the
home, and a discussion on how to shop for a difference.
Attendees will be encouraged to attend all 3 break-outs which feature
speakers and time for Q&A.
This event also features an activities room for children and their
parents, live music and other surprises. FREE.
# 10/9: FREE Workshop on Breathing firstname.lastname@example.org
DENNIS LEWIS 1-4 PM "Free Your Breath, Free Your Life" Borders Books
Union Square, 400 Post http://www.craigslist.org/eve/44585857.html
# Nude Peace Day Sat Oct 9 2pm-4pm Free
N U D E PEACE DAY: You're invited to bodypaint and get
painted on N u d e Peace Day, 9 October 2004, a Saturday
afternoon, at Baker Beach, San Francisco. Free. Persons of all
genders, orientations, and lovestyles are welcome (but anyone
under 18 should be accompanied by parent, legal guardian, or
legal spouse). Take #29 Muni bus to Baker Beach (either of two
stops; ask driver); or bike there; or walk from Geary Blvd. and 25th
Ave. Walk to northern parking lot, which has water fountain &
toilets. From parking lot, walk north on beach (toward Golden Gate
Bridge), thru prude zone and into clothing-optional zone. Then
visually follow the cable fence (separating usable beach from
protected vegetation) until you see a Leather Pride Flag (bearing a
red heart, with stripes of black, blue, and white). If you don't see
the flag yet, just enjoy the beach on your own. Look again each
hour for flag, or bodypainters, especially near the log stairway.
Since organizers must carry supplies on bus, no reliable time can
be guaranteed. We hope to be there by 2PM, possibly earlier.
Rain cancels. For possible changes, please see website of
Senior Unlimited Nudes (SUN) Baker Beach in GGNRA, Presidio, SF
Take Muni #29 bus to Baker Beach; or bike or walk from Geary
Blvd and 25th Avenue. email@example.com
# 10/9: CYBERFEST 2004 Cow Palace http://www.coolworld.com
$20-45 INDOORS & OUTDOORS COW PALACE COLISEUM & GROUNDS
2600 Geneva Ave. SSF/ Daly City 4pm-2am
# Karaoke Night: Bureau of Humane Law Enforcement Benefit
Oct 9 6 PM Paws & Claws, 2023 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland $10-15
Join us for an evening of karaoking to benefit the Bureau of
Humane Law Enforcement, a new California-based organization devoted to
defending all animals through the law. Delicious vegan food, beer &
wine will be served. A silent auction will be held to support
BHLE’s efforts. firstname.lastname@example.org
# SF Hootenanny Night Sat Oct 9 7:00-10:30 FREE Monthly Free Music
5 great acts: Mark Growden, The Shots, AJ Roach, El Capitan, Alan
Smithline Followed by jam open to all Cafe International 508 Haight
(at Fillmore) http://www.sfhootenanny.homestead.com squidlist
# Sat Oct 9 and Sun Oct 10, 7p ENDING THE DEATH PENALTY
The Death Penalty in California: Too Flawed to Fix! is a two day
activist and educational conference to stop the death penalty
sponsored by Amnesty International, American Friends Service
Committee, California People of Faith Working Against the Death
Penalty, Death Penalty Focus and several other organizations. Dwinelle
Hall, Room 145, UC Berkeley, Berkeley. $5-$25 notaflof
http://www.2flawed2fix.org or call 510/333-7966.
# The George Bush Going Away Party: Pre-Election Political Comedy
Sat Oct 9 8-10pm $22.50-$27.50 (including comedians, satirists, Bush
family members played by local drag queens and SF Mime Troupe actors,
cabaret singers) will have you rolling in the aisles,counting down the days.
Featuring: -Greg Proops (TV improv show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?")
-Diane Amos (The Pine Sol Lady)
-Bill Santiago (The Latino Laugh Festival)
-Betsy Salkind (The Tonight Show)
-George W. Bush & Dick Cheney (Amos Glick & Ed Holmes from The SF Mime
-The Bush Twins (The Von Blondenberg Twins aka Jordan L'Moore & Princess
-Laura Bush (Arturo Galster)
-Barbara Bush (Anita Cocktail aka Leanne Borghesi)
-Lisa Geduldig (Your Hostess)
Partial proceeds benefit: Central Committee for Conscientious
Objectors' (CCCO) "Military Out of Our Schools Campaign."
Tix: http://www.cityboxoffice.com or 415-392-4400
Herbst Theatre 401 Van Ness http://www.koshercomedy.com
# SAT, OCT 9 9pm ( kidbeyond on first ) UC BERKELEY - BEAR'S LAIR
w/ACEYALONE, ATTIK & PSYCHOKINETICS 2475 Bancroft Berkeley
$15; $10 w/UCB ID. All ages.
subscribe to this group, email@example.com
# Robot Fighting League Championships Sat-Sun Oct 9-10 Noon-10pm
$20/adult; $10 kids in robot weight classes up to 340 pounds.
Fort Mason Herbst Pavilion firstname.lastname@example.org http://combots.net
)'( Decompression http://burningman.com Heat the Street Faire 2004
SUNDAY, OCT 10th, NOON TILL MIDNIGHT (till 1:30am inside)
INDIANA ST bet. Mariposa/21st Main Entrance: 19th/Minnesota
$10 Black Rock City attire; $20 street wear; Shine or Rain
All ages outdoors (kids under 12 free); 21+ inside Cocomo
Esprit Park closes and outdoor amplified sound ends 10pm
Street F(a)IRE! ends at midnight; Cocomo closes 1:30am
PLEASE take public transit/carpool/bike or park on 3rd St. or 3 Com Park;
Respect the neighbors; Don\'t park in driveways. LEAVE NO TRACE! )'(
# SF Tesla Society free present Mohsen Hourmanesh, D.E.D.
"The Role of Salt & Water In the Human Metabolism for Optimal Health"
Sun Oct 10 1 - 5 p Round Table Pizza 5160 Geary @ 16th
more info: 10.10 http://planttrees.org/events.php
# The Fools and Fairies Picnic Sun Oct 10 1pm FREE
BYO Romantic poetry, parasols, lawn games, ‘Green Fairy’, tea cakes
and finger sandwiches, magic wands, bubbles
(IMPORTANT! Please decant all spirits into ‘nondescript’ containers)
Dress: Foolish garbed- Jesters and Harlequins, Mad Hatters, Pixies,
Sprites-fauns and Nymphs,
Victorian, Medieval, Alice in Wonderland, Mad Poets and Dandies
jfk drive: Golden Gate Park. Exact location TBA on the
http://www.superstarnation blog Suggested Powers: Fairy enchant-
ments, Tall Tales, Silly Songs and Foolish Follies
# I Do/I Don't: Queerson Marriage Panel Discussion Sun Oct 10 2p Free
New York Times/SF Public Library/Suspect Thoughts Press present
moderater Bill Goldstein and opinionated panelists Patrick Califia,
Michelle Darne, Thea Hillman, Carol Queen, Patricia Nell Warren, and
Greg Wharton. Koret Auditorium 100 Larkin St@ Grove / Hyde
# Sun Oct 10, 3:30 p.m. SUSTAINABLE BUILDING TOUR
Hidden Villa, a 1600 acre farm and wilderness preserve in Los Altos
Hills that offers programs teaching environmental and multicultural
awareness, presents an afternoon tour of the preserve's sustainable
Wolken Education Center and Hostel. Buildings feature straw bale and
rammed earth construction, passive solar design, solar electricity and
hot water and more. Hidden Villa, 26870 Moody Rd., Los Altos Hills.
$10. For information call 650/949-9704.
# Su Oct 10, 7p. DANIEL PEARL MUSIC DAY
Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, who was killed in Pakistan
three years ago, is remembered
with a series of concerts staged around
the world in his honor. Locally, Pearl Music Day features performances
by area musicians organized by local musician Michael Gill, a friend
of Pearl's family, who explains that, "Danny was, among other things,
a great violinist and loved playing everything from classical to
bluegrass and R&B." Ashkenaz Music & Dance Community Center,
1317 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley. $5 510/525-5054.
# Oct 10th Ruby Skye Cabaret Verdalet An unheard of 6 (yes 6)
Hot Pink Feathers will perform!!! http://www.verdalet.com
# Not So Silent Film Series w/ 16mm Orchestra Su Oc 10 9p $10 squid
$7 dressed as silent era star 853 Valencia @ 20 amnesiathebar.com
# Dattner's Bday Party w/Will Franken, Yo Yo King, and cake
Sun Oct 10 9p-2a $5 3223 Mission @ Valencia odeonbar.com
# Mon Oct 11 8-10pm Hot Dyke Porn Video Release Party FREE! All
people welcome! Does the usual girl-girl porn just not do it for you? look
for erotic entertainment full of women of all shapes, colors, styles
and gender persuasions? Then we have the movie for you! Join us for a
screening and release party for Working Girlz, the first release from
San Francisco-based Working Girl Productions. Every scene features
dykes having authentic, pussy-pounding, clit-thumping, nipple-biting,
hair-pulling, ass-slapping sex that'll show you just how hot porn can
be. Come and meet the cast and crew, watch some scenes and find out
what happens when the working girls get behind the camera!
Good Vibrations: 603 Valencia @17th http://www.goodvibes.com
# gallery talk Clinton Fein Numb & Number Tues Oct 12 49 Geary 4th Flr
6:30-8pm. See his exhibit again @ Th Nov 4 5:30-7:30 at the 1st Thu art
reception. http://www.toomey-tourell.com NOT TO MISS!
Come see the controversial art that made the Oct 7 Chronicle!
# 10/12: 7pm EFF Event on E-voting at 111 Minna St. Gallery!
BayFF Event - Join Us for "E-voting and the Upcoming Election" on
Democracy is government by the people, and the right to vote is
critical to determining what each of us
wants of our government. Nearly one quarter of American voters - more
than 35 million people - will
exercise that right using electronic voting (e-voting) terminals in
this election. Unfortunately, due to
equipment that has been hastily developed and poorly tested, your right
to vote is in greater jeopardy
than ever before. There are widespread reports of voting terminal
failures, and growing concern about
the (in)security of these machines is fueling fierce debate over how to
ensure the integrity of
our elections. EFF is working to ensure that votes are verifiable and
to train poll workers about
what to do when the machines fail. Come listen to our team leaders talk
about the latest
developments, and share your thoughts on how we can make sure that
every vote is counted. WHO: Cindy Cohn, EFF Legal Director
Matt Zimmerman, EFF Staff Att. Ren Bucholz, EFF Activism Coord.
Samantha - http://www.samanthamusic.com
# 10/12: Forum: Bush Science Policy (berkeley) 7:30 p.m.
What: Panel, "Bush Science Policy." A forum on the Bush
Administration's uses and abuses of science in policymaking.
Who: David Baltimore, President, Cal Tech and Nobel Laureate; Bruce C.
Buckheit, former director of U.S. EPA's Air Enforcement Division;
Andrew Eller, biologist, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; Kurt Gottfried,
chair, Union of Concerned Scientists and professor of physics at
Cornell University; Henry Miller, Hoover Institute Fellow and former
staff member of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Moderated by
Michael Pollan, Knight Professor of Journalism.
Where: Wheeler Auditorium, University of California, Berkeley
Public Info: Tickets through CalPerformances, 510-642-9988
URL: http://journalism.berkeley.edu, click on "events"
# Advocates Forum Oct 12 7:30 PM Golden Lotus, 1301 Franklin St ,
Oakland. Attorney Christine Garcia will discuss the legal rights of
advocates over dinner. email@example.com
# Tree Tour: Downtown, Wed Oct 13 A week day, lunch-time tour
led by Mike Sullivan, author "The Trees of SF" Free, Meet Transamerica
Pyramid near the corner of Montgomery and Clay. At 12 o'clock sharp!
http://www.sftrees.com Friends of Urban Forest http://www.fuf.net
# Wed Oct 13, 6pm pResidential debate search http://www.craigslist.org
# Campus Vegetarian Outreach Oct 14 5:15 PM
Location: Contra Costa College, 2600 Mission Bell Drive, San Pablo
Info: Advocates will distribute vegan literature to CCC students.
# Oct 14 9pm-3a MYSTIC FAMILY CIRCUS "Way of the Warrior?" Dance
111 MINNA @ 2nd st. 21+ $10/7 http://www.mysticfamilycircus.org
# Fri Oct 15 LA Decompression $10/15 http://www.la-burningman.com
# Global Exchange hosts our 16th Annual Open House!!
Fri, Oct 15 5:30-10pm Global Exchange 2017 Mission St. @ 16th
Office Tours Program Updates Music/Dancing Prize Drawing
Food and Drinks provided Free! Come meet our staff, members and
# OCT 15 Yes Measure Q- Berkeley Sexy Circus-Happy Birthday SWOP
Happy Bday Sex Workers Outreach Proj. http://www.swop-usa.org
Live music, exotic dancers and hot HOT jugglers all under the big top
(ceiling) of our amazing new office warehouse. 7,000 sq ft
Jones and Third in Berkeley on the railroad tracks. University Avenue
exit off the freeway, turn left at Sixth, go down to Jones and turn
left. Proceed until the road ends (you may want to park and walk around
the corner) and go right toward the entrance of the warehouse. $20
877-PRO-2004 Please help donate to Angel's Init.Measure Q in Berkeley
make all checks to Californians for Civil Liberties FPPC#1262120
# Get Freaky, Mad Hatters Ball, Friday, Oct 15 9:30pm 550 Barneveld
ADAM OHANA/an-ten-nae OoAh da TUrntablIst Michele BASS aka TREE
El PaPa Chango/el circo Adnan Laura/e.l.f. Shawna/apsara Dov Alibi
Dragonfly Jocelyn David Starfire Rena Mark Growden
Upstairs lounge decor by Fuzzy Philippe
Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts serving tea @10pm don't be late
http://www.an-ten-nae.net $15 costume $20 without
# http://www.bioneers.org Oct 15-17 Marin Civic Ctr 20 N.SanPedroRd.
# Living Your Life As Art Oct 15-18 http://rawlove.org
# "Bohemian Masquerade", featuring masks, costume pieces, photographic imagery,
and possibly even YOU! perf by Dr. Abacus http://www.dr-abacus.com
other friends, Bday spankings by Wendy The Sheriff, interactive silliness
Bohemian Masquerade Reception Celebration Oct 16 8 p.m. til late
Epic Arts Studios 1923 Ashby Ave Berkeley, Cash Bar
# Campus Vegetarian Outreach Oct 18 7:30 PM
L Chabot College, 25555 Hesperian Boulevard, Hayward
Advocates will distribute vegan literature to Chabot students.
# Mobilize for Change Oct 20 7:30 PM Oakland
mobile TV outreach unit will roam the streets of Oakland.
Advocates will distribute vegan literature while screening video
footage of animals harmed in agriculture.
# KFC Feed-in Oct 21 6:30 PM KFC, 470 Lake Park Avenue, Oakland
Info: Outside the fast food restaurant, advocates will distribute
information on KFC's inhumane treatment of chickens and serve delicious
mock chicken to customers. firstname.lastname@example.org
baarn-subscribe@y sfbaveg-subscribe@y boaa_action-subscribe@y
# Michael Franti & Spearhead Oct 25 Mateel Community Ctr. Redway
Doors 7pm with music 7:30pm. ending 11 pm 707-923-4599
# Campus Vegetarian Outreach Oct 26 5:30 PM JFK University,
100 Ellinwood Way, Pleasant Hill Advocates will distribute vegan lit
to JFK students. email@example.com
# Wed Oct 27 7pm Santa Cruz Talk and booksigning Starhawk reads fro
Earth Path: Grounding Your Spirit in the Rhythms of Nature. $12 adm
or free with book First Cong Church 900 High St 877-429-9600
# Fri Oct 29 Starhawk will read from her new book, Earth Path:
Grounding Your Spirit in the Rhythms of Nature.
7p Adobe Books 3166 Sixteenth @ Valencia & Guerrero
# Liberation Now! Exhibit Oct 29 - Oct 31 UC Berkeley
Visit the EBAA exhibit at the National Student Animal Rights
# National Student Animal Rights Conference Liberation Now! $20 includes
FREE goodie bag, great workshops, tons of speakers, ALL VEGAN FOOD
YOU CAN EAT! for the students and youth of the movement. Ages 13-25.
Liberation Now! Oct 29-31 UCB http://WWW.LIBERATIONNOW.COM
# REDEFINING ANCIENT TRIBAL RITUAL *Goa Gil Birthday Celebration*
Sat Oct 9-Sun Oct 10 Gates open 4P Sat Ritual begins drumming
sunset and ethno-tribal beats by Ariane. magnificent forested mtn
NorCal 3 hours SF Roads precarious, please drive slowly care.fully.
LEAVE NO TRACE. Let’s leave the land more beautiful than we found it.
info line 415.789.7889 dir closer to the event. $20 tix
$25 at the gate. Carpooling is essential. Radical Self Expression.
Imagination. Trancendental Dance. Birthday Celebration. Rite of Passage.
Participation in Redefining the Ancient Tribal Ritual for the 21st Century.
Art & Altars by the Community. Food & Fun by the Community.
We are that Community. Feel free to share in whatever way you enjoy.
Free soy chai and frozen margaritas at Dawn. Info Booth and Healing Temple.
participat vending art instal volunteer healing temple (reiki, yoga,
massage firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Be mind.full and thought.full of your self, others and your environment.
Leave no trace. Bring extra trash bags, minimize bring in, pack all out.
Remember containers for composting and recycling. We apologize,
but no fire-dancing or individ camp fires this time. Definitely in spring!
)'( SF Decompression Sun Oct 10 http://www.burningman.com
volunteer, theme camp, art, perform firstname.lastname@example.org )'(
# Sun Oct 10 1pm MOHSEN HOURMANESH, D.E.D., presents
"The Role of Salt and Water in the Human Metabolism for Optimal Health"
# Uncensored celebration release party "Censored 2005" 6:30pm Oct 23
King Middle School, 1781 Rose St. @ Grant, 2 blocks North of Cedar,
Berkeley. Keynote Catherine Austin Fitts, founder/pres/Solari and
whistle-blowing former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban
Development. Reporters to be honored include Amy Goodman, Greg
Palast, Dennis Bernstein, Michele Chossudovsky, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Reception includes awards, a video art performance, live music, book
signing, hors d'oeuvres and a no-host wine bar. $15/sliding scale.
(707) 664-2500; http://www.projectcensored.org
# Sun Nov 14 1pm JASMINA L.VUJIC, Ph.D. (rescheduled) presents
"Nikola Tesla: The Genius Who Lit The World".
An printable pdf description of our Fall 2004 meetings is available at:
# Oct. 15th MadHatter's Ball @ "Get Freaky" with Dreadzone/Lorin/Adama
O/Michele Bass/Ooah and m-m-m-more! - SF
550 Barneveld San Francisco
# Oct. 16th Bioneers Conference FREE Afterparty - Marin Civic Center
# Oct 16 Make-Out Room Down on Bush PantyWare Party
Kellita will show her panties in solidarity!
Make Out Room 3225 22nd St 7-10pm $10 cover charge to benefit voter mobilization
)'( Oct 17 LA decompression 3 city Blocks! http://www.burningman.com
# Sun Oct 17 San Rafael Booksigning http://www.starhawk.org
Starhawk will be at the Bioneers1 Conference, signing her new book, Earth
Path: Grounding Your Spirit in the Rhythms of Nature and meeting
conference-goers. 1:30pmain hall, Marin Ctr http://www.bioneers.org
# Global WALKOUT for Peace, Freedom & Justice for all
FRI OCT 22, 2004 http://www.consensus.net/walkout.html
# Nonprofit Boot Camp 8:30a Sat Oct 23 SF Metreon. http://craigslistfoundation.org
# VIP RECEPTION Sat Oct 23rd from 7-9pm Terra 511 Harrison @ 1st
Mayor Gavin Newsom “Nonprofit Apprec. Day”)+Fndr of Craigslist Craig Newmark
Your ticket also includes admission to the Community Bash from 9pm – 2am.rra
# national Liberation Now! conference http://www.LiberationNow.com
UC Berkeley Oct 29-31 $10 includes
vegan meals, a free gift bag, and tons of great speakers
# Corporations trying to gut nations's strongest consumer protection
in Nov. election with Prop 64:
They're claiming lawsuits that help people are "frivolous."
Vote NO on prop 64, which would also gut environmental protections.
# Nov 6-7 2004 http://www.greenfestivals.com 8th @ Brannan
new economy built upon sustainability, ecology, and social justice
# NOV 12-13-14 National/International conference on the gift economy
Clark County Library 1401 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, Nevada
$50 reg. Scholarships avail http://www.GiftEconomyConference.com
# Santarchy Tokyo 2004 Sat Dec 25 12:00 noon FREE Meet at the statue
of Hachiko the Faithful Dog at Shibuya Station at 1200 NOON.
Macworld Conf & Expo Moscone, SF Jan 10 – 14, 2005
PRIORITY CODE: B0201 to receive a Free Exhibit Hall pass.