Plant Trees SF Events 2004 Archive: 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021


\"…a ramshackle blend of blues, ragtime and circus grinds... The Yard Dogs offer much more than entertainment. They peddle adventure and soulful abandon; they promise a do-it-yourself life unfettered by designer labels and home loans, one written by the light of campfires with the hand of wine, music, lust and dust... a wild, electric sense of freedom..\" -SfWeekly
 DJ CLAY (mfc & yogataichi collectives)
\"…juggling beats like a stick of dynamite for my bouncy red shoes…\" –mfc circus clown
theatrical nuggets by Tom Sepe, Brendon Random and surprise characters--
\"…if you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice mystic family circus\"- Dalai Lama 8pm – 2am --$5 before 10:30pm/ $10 after 10:30pm--
…come early or you’ll be late… vaudevillian short films by Dean Mermell , Flecher Fleudujon and MFC (special thanks to CB, Apsara, Xeno and YardDogs(, Leighton, 130057 & G-Ball)/
sound system by Purple Sound  vm: 415-267-7634 b.a.n.t.u. mysticfamilycircus productions

# so tough presents: GREGORY\'S GIRL a good scottish teen movie
from 1980 featuring lots of soccer playing and clare grogan of altered images!
 tues june 15 : 8:30pm @ el rio no cover! amateur dj\'s bobby & jeremy
will be spinning scot pop (from bmx bandits to the pastels)
& all kinds of other junk after the movie. 

# 6/15 8pm Oakland: Save Jack London Square/Developers

# Surf music DJ Dr. Aqua Tue June 15 9pm free  3223 Mission

# 6/16 at 10:30am SF: Rally Stop the Deport Cuevas Family

#  6/16 Day After Tomorrow\' + veg dinner

# SINSATIONS erotic closing party Wed. June 16 8pm-11pm Late arrivals welcome
 $5  21+ Nekkid people FREE-- $2 wine (good wine, no 2 Buck Chuck)
 SINSATIONS erotic salon curated by artist Dee Dee Russell
6 months have passed by quickly now our contract is up.
Lets go out with a BANG --so to speak--hehe.
Expect a boozy, sexy, funny safe night full of spirited people. 
 Dr. Techo is making an appearance with his naughty puppets,
NAKED DUDE will grace the stage one last time
Expect SUPER SEXY guest stars, film and jokes.
 ***Naked people admitted free all night some
people wear masks. Our vibe is safe, low lights,
pillows, chill, cool. Het/\'Mo/Bi/Trans   we love everybody
Smoking area. Flirt.  Bathhouses & Power Exchange nearby.
 Being booze hounds our audiences get drunk, actually,
that\'s part of the show then they
participate in unabashed ways such as heckling
storming the stage, walking around nekkid....
Gotta love \'em.   Highlights from SINSATIONS series:
Godmother of Sexwork ANNIE SPRINKLE
donates vulva flick ZEN PUSSY as our house film.
NAKED DUDE gave himself
joy on-stage can you believe some people walked out
in disgust even my camera man left the room for a bit
(oh please!)--gimmie a break-- there was no piss,
blood or scat.
I forget who cleaned the stage afterwards.
 Hunky NAKED GUITARIST(S)  let the
ding-a-ling swing as they sang.  Chick and dick magnets.
 \"Grand Dame of Cyberfashion\" FAMOUS MELISSA pranced
in her fine French undies while performing
classy yet naughty poems.
 Nubile brainy sex worker STACEY SWIMME (from SWOP)
stripped down to her
landing strip and did a hot lap dance for her lawyer.
 Sex activist SCARLOT HARLOT had the audience
shaking ass on-stage
as she sang political satire with her large tits flopping out.
 And more!  Much more!!
DVD of  SINATIONS series available at event.
 Dee Dee TV! Sat@Midnight Comcast Ch.29 SF
 New timeslot July 2004 Monday Nights @ 12:30
 Climate/Anon Salon Space 285 9th Street@Folsom Street SOMA

# 6/17: Rally in Support of Patients Rights to Medical Marijuana 
 Thursday, June 17th, 2004; 9:30am to noon 
 Hall of InJustice; Municipal Court, Department 10; 850 Bryant St, SF
Bag Lunches provided. Please bring medicine to share.

# Thu Jun 17 7-9pm Building a Sustainable Economy in Chiapas, 2530 San Pablo @ Dwight Berkeley. Free

# 6/17: Muir Woods: The Trees and Their People (mill valley)
 Reply to:
 Join Ranger Heather Boothe for a lively evening program about Muir Woods\' majestic redwood forest and the many people who have worked to protect them over the years. A portion of the program will also be dedicated to the Muir Woods Volunteer program, which is recruiting interpretive volunteers right now. 
 The Redwoods, 40 El Camino, Mill Valley (in the auditorium)  Thu June 17, 7:30 pm 
 Park Ranger and Volunteer Coordinator Heather Boothe All are welcome - FREE; No RSVP necessary. 
 more info Heather Boothe at Muir Woods National Monument at:  415-388-2596  

# 6/17 8pm SF: Radical Women in Media: Screen: Born In Flames

# How To Behave Thu June 17 8 pm Free  Holy Cow 1535 Folsom St

# Sundance june 17-20 Northeast Arizona. Older than Christian calendar.

# Academy Award Nominated Short Films Thu June 17 - Tue June 22
 Nightly at 7:15pm & 9:15pm also Sat. & Sun: at 2:00pm & 4:00pm
 $7 general,$4 seniors/kids, $5 at 2pm matinee  Red Vic Movie House
1727 Haight

# June 18 Rx gallery 132 Eddy art reception: Cell Phone photos

# Fri June 18 9p-4a Costa Rica Conservation Trust presents... REJUVENATE
Earth, Body, Mind & Spirit Benefit Party for Costa Rica Conservation Trust
 DJs Laird and Soulsalaam Live Music by HAMSA LILA, sensory delights including
massage, aromatherapy and tropical elixirs. Proceeds will go to your host,
CRCT, dedicated to protecting threatened ecosystems in Costa Rica
 $15 before 11 pm, $20 after, 21+ only
$14 presale
 Mighty Night Club & Art Gallery, 119 Utah @ 16th St./ Potrero
15th & Alameda SF

# Raise the Roof Party at Cloud 9 Friday June 18th!
 Fri June 18 9p-2a Cloud 9, 34 7th @ Market)  DJs M3, Tuhin Roy, 
Monte Luke, Indigo, Lorax $15

# Anarchist Gathering 2004:  Occupied Territory 
 Fresno CA June 18-21

# A Midsummer Nights\' Read/Summer Solstice Party
 Sat June 19th-Sun June 20th 8:45 pm - 5:45 am Free
 Borderlands\' staff and customers will be reading their favorite fairy,
fantasy and whimsical stories.  Drop on in for a bit or for the whole
night to hear some great stories, quaff some nectar and partake in other
goodies.  If you are interested in reading or telling a story, please
give us a call or contact
 866 Valencia @ 19th & 20th)

# June 18,19,20 Sierra Nevada World Music Fest Angels Camp, CA

# \"THIRST\" will have its national broadcast premiere on Tuesday, July 13
on PBS\'s acclaimed \"P.O.V.\" documentary series. (Check local listings.)
SF: June 18-24 at the Roxie Theater, 3117 16th St. (415) 863-1087
Featured speakers each night will address specific issues around water,
including labor, environmental justice and the recent Stockton struggle.
  Stay tuned for more details! Contact Juliette at to
help promote these screenings.

# Thirst, A film about Water Privitization
 Fri June18 - Thursday June 24 2:00, 4:00, 6:15, 8:00, 9:30 $7
 Is water part of a shared \"commons,\" a human right for all people? Or
is it a commodity to be bought and sold and traded in the global
 National Theatrical Premier of Thirst: A groundbreaking film that
portrays the conflict between public stewardship of water and private
profit Roxie Theater 3117 16th St @ Valencia, San Francisco
Fri June 18 - Thu June 24 6:15 pm, 8:00pm, 9:30pm
weekend matinees 2:00 and 4:00 pm
 Bay Area filmmakers Alan Snitow and Deborah Kaufman will attend Fri.,
Sat. and Sunday showings at 6:15 and 8:00 for post screening
Guest speakers will be present at many showings.  On Thurs., June 24
after the 6:15 and 8:00 showings Jim Schultz from the Democracy Center
will give an update on the struggle against water privatization in
Cochabamba, Bolivia.
 THIRST tells the stories of communities in Bolivia, India, and the
United States that are asking these fundamental questions, as water
becomes the most valuable global resource of the 21st Century.
 Global corporations are rapidly buying up local water supplies and
privatizing water utilities in places like Stockton, CA.  As
communities suddenly lose control of their most precious resource,
citizens and governments battle to reaffirm public stewardship and
basic water rights.
 This ground breaking film reveals how efforts by powerful corporations
to commodify the world\'s water supplies have become a strong catalyst
for community resistance to globalization.

# June 19 Sustainable World Coalition SF $45/$55
 St. Mary\'s Cathedral Conference Ctr, Gough @ Geary, SF
Join national leaders in a day-long, hands-on exploration of local  
solutions to global issues of environmental destruction, social  
injustice and economic inequality.  Featuring powerful videos, display  
booths, Ubuntu cultural village, local Action Teams, Sustainability  
SourceBook, moreä  Volunteers needed.
St. Mary\'s Cathedral Conference Center, San Francisco
Conference, 9:00 am - 6:30 pm. Evening performance, 8pm -10pm.
Produced by the Sustainable World Coalition  415/785-1888,

# Lesbian, Health, and Law Conference Sat June 19, 9am - 3 pm
Laurel Heights Conference Center, 3333 California Street, San Francisco
Join the Lesbian Health Research Center for an educational day of 
workshops, lectures and socializing focused on understanding your 
rights and responsibilities as they relate to your health.  Topics 
include: coupling, marriage, parenting, having children, aging, and 
substance abuse.

# 6/19: Golden Gate Park Nursery Plant Sale (inner sunset / UCSF)
  Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in the East End of Golden Gate Park, accessible by both JFK Drive (turn left off JFK and left again at the tennis courts) and Lincoln Ave (turn right at 7th into the park, and right again on MLK, Jr. Dr.). 
 Most plants available for sale will be less than $10, and include annuals and perennials such as chrysanthemum, begonia, lavendular, columbine, and petunia.  All are welcome, but current members of Friends are invited at 9:30am! 

# Veggie Fest day of fun, good food and learning.  Jun 19 Franklin & Geary
Unitarian Church 11am - 4pm Free  
 Free food samples! Raffle Prizes! Cooking Demo!
Video Room! Childcare & Children\'s games! Nutrition tips!
Veggie Cafe - delicious vegan lunch served 12:30 to 2pm 
# Sat Jun 19: Mushrooms in Your Garden: Crissy Field Center.

# 6/19	Ladyfest BBQ at The Lexington Club! 4-9p pm   19th @Mission & Valencia 
A benefit for Ladyfest Bay Area 2004   good eatin\' & boozin\' DJ Sini Anderson of Opening Band, Katy Davidson (Dear Nora ) and Eli Wise! Ladyfest Bay Area enables over 2,000 residents to come together to celebrate visual arts, video, film, performance art, spoken word and community-building workshops in San Franciscoís Mission District. The 3-day long festival highlights art by women, girls, feminists, and transgender people from all over the nation and the world. Mark your calendars for Ladyfest 2004 - happening in the SF Mission District, July 29th - August 1.

# Save this date, dear hominids: SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 2004
 12 Galaxies 2565 Mission St., San Francisco
$12 in circus attire, $15 regular; add\'l ticket info coming soon.
21+, ID required Doors at 9pm FEATURING: GOOFERMAN
Master clownified purveyors of ding-dong euphonics
With special guest Ralph Carney (
and his amazing, morphing brass fifth limb.
Hailing from LA-LA land, arguably one of the finest, craftiest rappers
occupying planet Earth   SHOTGUN WEDDING QUINTET
A mighty fusion of hip-hop, jazz, and electronica, chimp-sized King
Kong-style   THE LOLLIES
The Bay Area\'s premiere (and sexiest) caburlesque hit squad
Bellydancers extraordinaire, generators of the everlasting gyrational ripple
effect    PILFERBOY
Live painting and not; if we all had their brains, nuclear reactors would be
passé.   TOM GIESLER
Conceiver of wacko, world-saving machinery; if we all had his brain,
passé would be nuclear reacting.

#  GOOFERMAN (with hornmaster Ralph Carney & superlovely chanteuse 
Belinda Blair) Shotgun Wedding Quintet (fused hip-hop, electronica & jazz)
   Latex Funk Machine (funkin bumpin)   The Lollies (Caburlesque troupe)
   Djun Djun (Bellydancing troupe)  Pilferboy (live painting & artwork)
 Tom Giesler (wacko draftsman) 1-TON-O-GOOFER

#  Sun June 20, 11am-1:30pm  CELEBRATE SOLSTICE
 Dance your prayers with master drummer Barbara Borden and friends, 
and Seaflow Co-founder Hallie Austen Iglehart – bring family, friends, children.
 Wear layered clothing and bring a natural object (flowers, a stone, etc.)
 to represent your prayers for yourself and the planet. Bring rattles if you
 have them and a bag lunch.  We will celebrate on the beach, 
weather permitting, otherwise in our beautiful new offices.
 Meet at the Seaflow office in Fort Cronkhite at 10:45

# The Headless Point Benefit Sun June 20 8p-2a $10  Sun June 20th 
@ MIGHTY! 119 Utah @ 15th 8pm - 2am The Circus Inferno!
A Sexy, Psychonautical Sideshow of Devilish Darlings & Fantabulous
Freaks, with extra favor bestowed upon those who $how their

# Pagan Ancient Ways Festival at Harbin Hot Springs, MIddletown, CA mid-June.

# Tue June 22 7 pm - 9 pm Environmental (In)Justice in South Africa Today, 2530 San Pablo @ Dwight, Berkeley

# Thu June 24 7 pm Film: The End of Suburbia, Oil Depletion and 
the Collapse of the American Dream
 Since World War II North Americans have invested 
much of their newfound wealth in suburbia. It has promised a sense of 
space, affordability, family life and upward mobility. As the 
population of suburban sprawl has exploded in the past 50 years, so 
too the suburban way of life has become embedded in the American 
consciousness. Suburbia, and all it promises, has become the American 
Dream. But as we enter the 21st century, serious questions are 
beginning to emerge about the sustainability of this way of life. 
With brutal honesty and a touch of irony, The End of Suburbia 
explores the American Way of Life and its prospects as the planet 
approaches a critical era, as global demand for fossil fuels begins 
to outstrip supply. World Oil Peak and the inevitable decline of 
fossil fuels are upon us now, some scientists and policy makers argue 
in this documentary. The consequences of inaction in the face of this 
global crisis are enormous. What does Oil Peak mean for North 
America? As energy prices skyrocket in the coming years, how will the 
populations of suburbia react to the collapse of their dream? Are 
today\'s suburbs destined to become the slums of tomorrow? And what 
can be done NOW, individually and collectively, to avoid The End of 
Suburbia ? Directed by Gregory Greene. Produced by Barry Silverthorn. 
Hosted by Barrie Zwicker. Featuring James Howard Kunstler, Peter 
Calthorpe, Michael Klare, Richard Heinberg, Matthew Simmons, Mike 
Ruppert, Julian Darley, Colin Campbell, Kenneth Deffeyes, Ali Samsam 
Bakhtiari and Steve Andrews.  $5 - $15 sliding scale, notaflof
2530 San Pablo @ Dwight Berkeley

# Celebraton  &  Concert in honor  of  the  33rd annual Rainbow Gathering
 Thurs. June 24 at 8 pm  til  ? with Fantuzzi & Special Guests
 Transendental • Latin • Reggae • Afro Funk
 Heartsongs and Kirtans from new cd Divine Inspiration
 $10   1019 Melaluca Lane , Mill Valley 94941
 Hwy 101 exit Stinson Bch /Hwy 1  Left  at Shoreline Hwy (towards
 Stinson) 2.2 miles to Erica, make Left, go 250 yards  
 Right on Melaluca Ln to end 415.381.4061 accepting contributions for
 Rainbow Gathering July 1-7 California 415-721-1777 

# Fri June 25 5:30pm Justin Herman Plaza

# June 26 OPEL Burningman fundraiza\' SF Lorin

# Sat Jun 26 SF Dolores Park 3-7pm
March leaves Dolores Park 7pm for March to Castro!

# Jun 27 Market St Parade

# GARTH and JENO,  ECHO BEACH, at Bambuddha Lounge starts Sun  Jun 27 
 Outdoor Thai BBQ prepared by Bambuddha\'s Rising Star Chef Joe Bosworth.
 Sun  Jun 27 2004 and EVERY LAST SUNDAY of the month all summer long
 Bambuddha Lounge; 601 Eddy @ Larkin) 415-885-5088  No cover!!! and

# Sex Educator Salon 561 Valencia @ 17th  Mon June 28, 8-10 pm Free
Everyone welcome

# The Contra Costa County Bar Assoc offers free animal law clinics. 
Thursday, July 1, 6:00-8:00 pm 704 Main Street, Martinez 
 (925) 370-2548

# KRS-One at Red Devil Lounge Polk St. Thu July 1st 8pm until 2am 21+ / $18 

# July 1-7  Rainbow Gathering Shasta, CA

# July 1-5 Phoenix Fest Oregon

# Fri July 2 5-9pm 1st Fridays art receptions @ Matt Gonzalez\' office City H

#   The fine folks who brought you Eggchair and Pyromid proudly present:
 FUNKtoberfest! a FUNdraiser for the BlackRock BierGarten
 Burning Man?s newest themecamp start your holiday weekend right!
 Fri July 2 IL PIRATA 2007 16th St. (at Utah) Pot Hill, S.F. 8pm-2am  $10 
($8 if in LEDERHOSEN or BAVARIAN COSTUME!) DJs  Sean (Shante) Sullivan
  Nocturnal PowerLounger (Funk Camp) $5 raffle - chance to WIN

 Sat july 3rd-sun jul 4 $20 pre 40 gate + LA Burning Man Regional community.
# Bite Back Vegan Society:  \"Bite the Dust\" field trip Farm Sanctuary 
Free Pignic. In Orland California...near Chico
July 4 Enjoy a vegetarian hot dog and give a pig a belly rub 
at our annual July 4th Pignic! The event is free and open to the public.
 Tours every hour on the hour from 11a.m. until 3 p.m. at both shelters.

# 2004 FIRE ARTS FESTIVAL Wed through Sun, July 7-11, 2004
at the Crucible 7th @ Broadway, Oakland.

# July 9,10,11 11am-7pm each day

#  paul reuben\'s day. drunken redheaded sluts july 24 sat in the mission SF

\"Next July 25-26, 2004, there will be a mass event world-wide unifying all
spiritual, peace, environmental and artistic, scientific and cultural
organizations under the Banner of Peace on behalf of humanity\'s
switching tracks and going from the irregular Gregorian to the perfect
harmonic standard of the Thirteen Moon/28-day calendar.\"   -- Dr. Jose Arguelles

# Fri July 30 5:30pm Justin Herman Plaza

# Aug 6,7,8 French\'s Camp, Piercy, Humboldt, CA

# FIREDANCE FESTIVAL An Alchemical Celebration of Drum, Dance, and Song
 Thu Aug 12-Sun Aug 15 Santa Cruz Mountains.

# Sun Aug 15: Mushroom Garden Workday: Presidio Community Gardens 

# August 29 - The World Says No to Bush - Worldwide Day of Action 
and protests in NYC during Repub Nat\'l Conv (Aug. 30 through Sept. 2)

# August,  Santa Cruz mountains

# full moon August 30th @ 2:22am 

# Aug 30 - Sep 6 2004 fine desert camp art
2x / month Newsletter:

# Sep 11 Power To The Peaceful Concert GG Park Michael Franti

# Delectable Day of Play benefit for abused and neglected children on 
09/12/04. City Hall Civic Center

# Earthdance Black Oak Ranch  Sep 17,18,19.

# Washington DC: Sep 18-19

# Sept 25

# Nov 6-7 2004 8th @ Brannan
new economy built upon sustainability, ecology, and social justice
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.