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SF Bay Area Gay & Bi Men's Hiking & Social Club at 

# Tue Jun 1 SF moma Free 1st Tuesdays.

# Tue June 1 7PM free Super 8 Militia is an org for those urban guerrilla
filmmakers of the Bay Area looking to shoot on the small film gauge. The
process of making a movie is a team effort. The members of the militia
want to help you achieve your artistic goals. Working on celluloid  
within modest budget is always a challenge. We strive to help you meet 
challenge of finding the right arsenal for your cinematic needs.
Headquartered at ATA, meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every
month at 7:00pm.  Artists' Television Access
992 Valencia St (415) 824-3890

# Tue, Jun 1 7:30 pm Film: Doing the Right Thing AND Another World Is Possible
World Centric (at Aha! Center) 2121 Staunton Ct Palo Alto

# June 2 full moon

# 1st Wed Free 3601 Lyon

# 6/02/04 at 12pm in Sacramento: Come share a sack lunch with Arnold and friends
Come share a "sack lunch" with Arnold and friends! WED JUNE 2 NOON - STATE CAPITOL 
 Rather than enacting real change to cut prison spending by reducing the number of people in prison, Gov. Schwarzenegger proposes cutting a sack lunch for prisoners. 
 Join the Coalition for Effective Public Safety as we distribute "sack lunches" to our elected representatives bearing the words: 
 "Cut a Sack Lunch, Save Peanuts; Cut the Number of People in Prison, Save Communities" 
 along with our proposal to save the state a Billion dollars in prison spending through reforms in parole, prison education, eliminating barriers to successful re-entry, sentencing reform and additional reforms regarding hiring, prison construction, and administrative issues. 

# 6/2: Muir Woods by Twilight (ranger program) (mill valley)
Reply to: Wednesday, June 2, 7-9pm
 Explore the magic of Muir Woods under a full moon, learning about the  
secret nightlife of an old-growth redwood forest on this ranger-guided  
program. Dress for the weather and bring a flashlight. Children under 8  
years not advised. Less than 2 miles, flat and paved. Limited to 30  
people. Reservations required: (415) 388-2596
 NOTE: In the summer and fall months this program often fills quickly,  
so make your reservation early!

# June 2-4 Wed-Friday 11th anniversary.
  Indian reservation near Porterville, CA  lots of trees, and a waterfall 
nearby, Hula hoopers, fire dancers, stiltwalkers, drummers,

# First Thursdays Art Thu June 3 5:30-7:30 pm 49 Geary 12 galleries

# Jun 3 4pm  George E. Pake Auditorium, Amazing Trees of the Bay Area 
David Dockter, Managing Arborist, City of Palo Alto
 Palo Alto Research Center 3333 Coyote Hill Road Palo Alto
1 block South of Page Mill Road and Foothill Expressway

# 6/03/04 at 7pm: Directors of "The Corporation" at FAF   $15/ $20  145 9th St, #101,

# Short Short Fiction on Gay Male Desire Thu June 3 7pm Free
 Editor James C. Johnstone hosts a San Francisco reading in celebration
of his book Quickies 3: Short Short Fiction on Gay Male Desire being
shortlisted for the 2004 Lambda Literary Awards. The book is a finalist
for the Best Erotica category. James will host readings by San
Francisco area contributors: Andrew Ramer, Sandip Roy, Bob Vickery,
Horehound Stillpoint, and Mattilda, aka Matt Bernstein Sycamore.
 888 Valencia

# Artrageous - First Thursday Opening Thu June 3 7pm-10/11 pm
Artemis Gallery 545 Sutter @ Mason

# Thu June 3 Peaceable Kingdom; wonderful new film  
Artists' Television Access, 992 Valencia 7:30 $5

# Teach-in program at   Full mobilization details are at  Evening events:
 Genetic Engineering:  Endangering the World's Food and Farms: Thursday
evening, June 3rd 7 PM, featuring Ignacio Chapela, Andrew Kimbrell and others.
 Resistance and Alternatives to Biotechnology and Corporate Control:
Saturday evening, June 5th  7:30 PM, featuring Vandana Shiva, and
representatives of Via Campesina (Mexico) and the Landless Workers'
Movement (MST, Brazil), among others.
 Both at the Unitarian Hall, 1187 Franklin (at Geary), in San Francisco

# First Thursdays Art Thu June 3 8-10 pm 177 Post at Grant/ 2nd Floor
# Jun3-Jun9
call to action:
# June 3-9 San Francisco, California
"Reclaim the Commons!" Bio-tech Mobilization: Actions to oppose Bio2004, the
biggest national gathering of corporate executives and lobbyists for the
biotech industry.  Starhawk is part of group that will teach and demonstrate
the alternatives: organic food, community gardens, urban transformation, a
gift economy. Events include panels, teach-ins, and hands-on workshops
attracting presenters from around the world. The vision is a festival of
resistance and restoration, as well as education on the insidious menace of

# Women in Black Silent Demonstration  Fri June 4  5 PM - 6 PM 
Montgomery & Market (Montgomery BART)  San Francisco 
first Friday of the month at Montgomery and Market at 5 PM
taking action against this idiotic war, please put on some black clothes

# Fri June 4 5-9pm 1st Fridays art receptions @ Matt Gonzalez' office City Hall

 Friday, June 4th at Mighty (119 Utah at 15th) 10pm - 6am $15
 UBERZONE - Live! (Y4K, Distinct'ive Records)
   Adam Ohana (Get Freaky)
   Ben Chun (False Profit, Samurai Sound System)
   Joe Encarnacion (BFamily Records, Samurai Sound System)
   Laird (Psychofunkodiscodelic)
   Ernie Trevino (Faded, The Boombox)
 PLUS a second sound system in the side room with some of your favorite  
local DJs playing bass music, enchanting IDM mesmerization, christ-only  
nose hop, sleazy electro hop, gypsy hop, and future hop. ABOUT FALSE PROFIT
 False Profit (FPFT) is passionate about what a Limited Liability  
Company can be. The Company seeks to empower human beings to create and  
experience the most engaging moments in life, yielding Better Living  
Through Better Corporations. More Information about False Profit is  
available on the World Wide Web at

# Friday, June 4th and Saturday, June 5th, 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM at the
Women's Building, 3543 18th St. (off Valencia), with workshops at the
Women's Building and New College (777 Valencia).
Panel and workshop themes include: Genetically engineered food and
agriculture; Human genetics and the drug industry; Bioweapons and the
myths of "biodefense;" Corporate power, global and local; Environmental
and racial justice; Alternatives and more.
Suggested donations: $5 - $15 (evenings); $10 - $100 (Friday and
Saturday). No one will be turned away.  Registration form online at
Major sponsors: Institute for Social Ecology, Sonoma County Green Bloc,
Greenwood Earth Alliance, Direct Action to Stop the War, New College.
Cosponsors: Public Citizen, Farmer to Farmer Campaign on Genetic
Engineering, Reclaiming, Northwest RAGE (Resistance Against Genetic
Engineering), Californians for a GE-Free Agriculture, and many others.
 Full endorsers list at

#  Saturday, June 5, 9 a.m. - 5p.m. - Tabling at the New Ecofest at the Fairfax Pavilion. An exciting new part of this town-wide event is an Ecofest at the Pavilion, where groups, schools and individuals will offer exhibits, demonstrations  and educational materials to spotlight innovative environmental projects. It’s an ideal opportunity for local networking, education and much fun! 
 Contact: Geo Taylor:  if you can help.
 Seaflow, Protect our Living Oceans,

 PROTECT OUR LIVING OCEANS from Dangerous Human-Generated Noise!
 Saturday, June 5,  9:15 a.m. - Albertson’s Parking Lot in Fairfax
 All Humans (and Cetaceans) Welcome to Join Us
 Whale Lovers and Eco-Activists, for the fourth year, we’ll be marching through the streets of Fairfax, waving at thousands of spectators and educating them about ocean noise. This year we’ll parade with a large group of local activists who are engaged in many earth-friendly projects. We’ll have banners flying and colorful signs. 
 AND WE NEED YOU: Wear the now-famous dolphin costumes (made the front page of the Marin Independent Journal last time we wore them), carry a colorful sign educating the local throngs, and meet folks who will be receptive to helping our efforts to quiet the oceans.

# June 5: 11am Meet at UN Plaza to march against the Iraq war in a Reclaim
the Commons bloc. 4pm Help establish a Temporary Autonomous Zone in Golden
Gate Park – specific location TBA.

# CalTrain is FREE June 5/6 and 12/13
SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 2004 Int'l Day of Emergency Protests:
Saturday, June 5 March on the Pentagon
Washington DC / San Francisco / Los Angeles
 San Francisco Gather 11 am @ UN Plaza
Market between 7th & Hyde, Civic Center BART
 Bring the Troops Home Now   All foreign troops OUT of Iraq
 End the Colonial Occupation of Palestine   Support the Right of Return
 U.S. OUT of  Haiti, Korea, Afghanistan, Philippines, Colombia, Cuba, Venezuela
 Money for Jobs, Education, Housing & Healthcare - Not for War!

# Beach Burn, After 3pm Sat June 5-Sun June 6 2004  
 location Red, White and Blue Beach 5021 Coast Rd. camp over $18
 Santa Cruz  831-423-6332

Las Vegas MEATSTOCK (full moon camp out) 6/5/04

 Sat June 5 285 9th St @ Folsom 9 pm - late   Subscribe

# June 5/6. Planetwork conf SF 

# June 5-6 & June 12-13- Young at Art- 2525 8th Street, Sudio 13B, West
Berkeley - 11AM-6PM
# June 6: 12noon Meet at SBC Park for a Biodiversity parade to the Really,
Really Free Market in Union Square from 2-4pm. Be part of an alternative
to greed - bring something fabulous to, knowledge, stories,
counseling, food, . Then from 5.30 – 7pm a Food
Fight at Fort Mason, host to the first BIO2004 gala event of the week –
bring your least favorite GMO food. Throw it.

# June 6-CALFORNIA MUSIC AWARDS!!- Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Broadway & 14th
Street, Oakland.-Noon -6PM. THE MARGINAL PROPHETS

# Poets approaching the Really Really Free Market 
 Random Poets With plants and visions. No respect for copyright 
No attempt to trademark absolute refusal to patent the life-force 
 to emote at top speed  While proclaiming in public spaces 
By any means necessary  "An army of ex-lovers cannot fail" 
 Union Square 2 to 4 pm  Sun June 6

 Aspiring Electricians!!!: If you have a knack for or interest in
lighting large spaces please stop by to find out about new 
opportunities on our team. NEW TIME: 1pm to 6pm
 Feeling creative? Excellent! Come get your craft on and help us make the
Center Camp Cafe into the fabulous oasis of splendor that does so much
more than quench thirsts each year - anyone who likes to have fun, be
creative and won't run with scissors is invited to come on down for a
reenactment of last year -- only with a NEW theme. Bring your own sewing
machine for double the fun! We will provide food and beverages.
   We always love donations such as extra hot glue sticks/glue guns,
scissors, fabric, etc., but we have a few specific requests this time:
 *Interesting looking washers, screws or small to medium metal thingies
for decor.
*Silk-like material in ORANGE, YELLOW and RED.
*4 foot Florescent light tubes and fixtures.
*Any type(except heavy playa attracting fabrics like velvet)/amount of
solid colored yellow, orange or red fabric.
*Enamel paint in gallons, it's Playa-Proof!
(If you are interested in donating paint to the Café next time you go to
the hardware store, buy a gallon or two of the ‘mistake colors’ enamel 
paint they have cheap!)  café-dé
 Cafe Art, Décor and Lighting Craft Party Sun June 6 1pm to 6pm
 Burning Man HQ 1900 3rd St @16th St (second floor) SF

# BIG KICK-OFF ACTION!!! 10am--12 noon, ***No Taxes for Torture at Home or Abroad!!!***-- SF Federal Building, 450 Golden Gate, culminating in a short march to the State Bldg, Van Ness & McAllister. Expose the parallels between abuses at Abu Ghraib and abuses at prisons across the U.S! 

Biotech World Cafe is June 7 6--10pm (it's not part of the teach-in)!

# Transit of Venus Event Mon Jun 7, 2004  watch the transit LIVE from 
 Greece in the Phyllis C. Wattis Webcast Studio. 8:30 p.m.-11:00 p.m. PDT 
 Activities   live Webcast from Greece, from 10:00 p.m. to 10:45 p.m. 
PDT.  * Watch Venus begin its path across the Sun. 
 * Hear Exploratorium Senior Scientist Paul Doherty explain the 
  science behind the transit. 
 * Take a Transit of Venus walkabout with Exploratorium teacher Tory Brady. 
 * Engage in hands-on activities with the Physics of Toys and 
 Exploratorium Outreach staff.  * Enjoy entertainment and food. 
 The entire museum will also be open for you to explore. 

#   The Oneness Celebration - June 8, 2004
 The global meditation, scheduled to 12 am Central European Time on June 
 A Meditation to Focus on the Enlightenment of  Humanity by the Year 2012 

# MUTANT STREET PARTY congregating 5 PM at UN Plaza (the Civic Center BART) and leaving around 6 PM... June 8th, same day as the G8 is meeting on Sea Island in Georgia.
# June 8: 6.30am MASS DIRECT ACTION TO SHUT-DOWN the BIO2004 meeting in SF
on the day that the G8 starts in Georgia. Skip work or school, wake up
early and meet at Market & Powell for an orientation or proceed directly
to Moscone Center. BIKES NOT BIOTECH/CYCLE THE COMMONS contingent meets at
Union Square between 6.00-6.30am.  Reconverge at 5pm at UN Plaza for an
anti-G8 march and Reclaim the Streets 


# June 9: Day of Eco-Actions. Demonstrations of green solutions to corporate
rule -- start scouting good guerilla gardening spots now. Details online.
Then at 6pm meet for the Biodiversity Gala & Commoner’s Ball street party
near SBC Park – location TBA. 

# Wed 9 June: Bantu song and thumb harp workshop
an evening of mystical chants from the Wagogo bantu tradition of East  
Africa, accompanied by 'ilimba' (Tanzanian thumb harp).  We'll start by  
building musicianship skills in a fun, creative way before forming an  
ensemble together. All welcome, no musical experience required. Prepare  
to relax.. 672 South Van Ness, 6.30 - 9.30pm. Cost: $10 - $20 (sliding  
scale - no-one turned away for lack of funds)
 (Kate Maembe has been studying Wagogo 'ilimba' and traditional songs  
with the Zawose family in Tanzania since 1999. She regularly performs  
and leads workshops in the Bay area and has a particular interest in  
music and healing. For further details please contact Kate at:

# Orgasm: The Faces of Ecstasy Video Release Wed June 9, 8-10 pm Free
Berkeley 2504 San Pablo @ Dwight

# 6-11 June 2004: Spring Fungi of the Sierra Nevada: Week long course
Dr. Dennis Desjardin SFSU Sierra Nevada Field Campus.

# JUNE 11-13: 12th Annual HUMBOLDT PRIDE; FREE; 12-5pm; in Arcata Plaza, twn 8th & 9th @ G St, 4  hour drive N of SF on 101; 707-839-5205;;

# Jun 12 sf

 # WILDFIRE!  JUNE 12   Bayview Winery
Fire Dancers  fundraiser for SPARK 
 League of Pissed-off Voters  3030 Ingals

# HEALTH & HARMONY FESTIVAL 2004 Activate and Celebrate!
 June 12th-13th Saturday 11 AM to 8 PM Sunday 11 AM to 7:30PM
 Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa Info Line (707) 861-2035

# Power Tool Drag Races (Contestants needed) Sat/ Sun June 12-13 
 10am-5pm $10 2255 McKinnon St SF

SOCIETY MEETING SUNDAY, JUNE 13 1pm 3220 Sacramento @ Lyon FREE

Joan Jett  Bottom of Hill 6/14

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

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

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

# 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.

# June 19 Sustainable World Coalition SF

# Sat Jun 19: Mushrooms in Your Garden: Crissy Field Center.

# 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.

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

# 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

# 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

#   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 

Proceeds will be donated to the black rock arts foundation, and the 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.
# Aug 6,7,8 French's Camp, Piercy, Humboldt, CA

# 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

# 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 

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

# 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

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

# Nov 6-7 2004 8th @ Brannan
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