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SF events 7:30PM Winged Migration Oakland Tonight Humanist Hall 390 27th St.

WANTED:  Silk Screen supplies, 
shirts, jackets, sweaters, anything I can print on.
propane tanks, 
heater element for propane tank, to cure the ink
(such as the propane patio heaters)
I would like to set up FREE shirt printing stations at festivals this summer.


SF events 7:30PM Winged Migration Oakland Tonight Humanist Hall 390 27th St.
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2006/06/14/18280615.php 


important events: http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php
fun events: http://laughingsquid.com/squidlist/calendar   http://www.funcheap.com
more events: http://www.craigslist.org   http://www.tribe.net   http://upcoming.org
eco events: http://ecologycenter.org   http://acterra.org
http://swcoalition.org/Calendar.html Sustainable World Coalition
http://humanisthall.net/Cal-October-Activist.html 390 27th St Oakland
http://www.mpjc.org/ongoing.html Marin Peace and Justice Center
http://peaceandjustice.org Palo Alto Peace and Justice Center
http://lists.riseup.net/www/arc/pbnberkeley/2006-03
Fellowship of Humanity Events 390 27th St Oakland @ Telegraph/Broadway
http://lists.riseup.net/www/arc/pbnberkeley/2006-04/msg00030.html
http://www.sfbg.com events, art receptions, music, film, etc.
http://www.sfbg.com/entry.php?entry_id=568 SF Bay Gaurdian Art Receptions!
Chemtrails Downing Planes, Killing Essential Soil Bacteria?
http://www.wildchildmagazine.com/display.php?id=75


more events on http://indybay.org
Wednesday Jun 14
     4PM Food Not Bombs 
     4PM Berkeley: Rally for IWW Shattuck Cinema Workers 
     6PM Immigration Reform Panel 
     6:30PM BACORR Pro-Choice planning meeting 
     7:30PM Winged Migration 
     7:30PM Film Screening: The End of Suburbia 
     7:30PM African Women Make Movies--New Cinema from African... 
  Thursday Jun 15
     7PM Community Forum - LGBT Immigrants & US Law 



food

What is perfect body pH?
 One of the most important processes in your body is the process by which the pH balance is maintained. Body pH measures the number of hydrogen ions in solution within the body. The pH scale ranges from 0-14 with <6.4 acidic and >6.4 alkaline for body fluid, not including blood which is a normal 7.3 pH. An acidic pH has a low ability to attract hydrogen ions, while an alkaline solution has a high ability to attract hydrogen ions. "p" stands for potential and "H" stands for hydrogen; henceforth, the potential of the body to attract hydrogen ions to secure balance and health.

Why is balanced pH important?
 Your body pH is something you must not ignore if you wish to maintain perfect health, regain lost immunity, or maintain proper weight. The farther away from perfect balance pH travels, the more serious health problems may develop and the more difficult it may be to maintain proper weight.
The body has a specific pH value. In fact, each of the body fluids has a specific pH value. The blood, for example, has a more alkaline pH balance averaging between 7.1 and 7.4. The saliva and urine are more acidic, averaging between 6.4 and 6.6.


PA~RAW~DISE 100% Raw Organic Cuisine Restaurant 587 Post Street @ 
Taylor is OPENED! YEAH!!! Please come and enjoy the BEST DINING 
EXPERIENCE in the World, all RAW all ORGANIC ALL THE TIME! Hours: 11am-
9:30pm everyday except MONDAY(we are closed on Mondays and have 
private parties). Please check out the Website:

http://www.RawInTen.com 

We can have meetings, parties, events, we do catering, this group can 
come meet! Please e-mail me directly with any questions! YUM!

PA~RAW~DISE is found,
Bryan Au
http://www.RawInTen.com


 health

Re: Toxic planet: The Female Brain
Here's the abstract and link to the Scott Belcher article mentioned in 
the news item.

1: Endocrinology. 2005 Dec;146(12):5388-96. Epub 2005 Aug 25.   

http://endo.endojournals.org/cgi/reprint/146/12/5388?ijkey=d35fa23346b4d65ec7fa4ebe1fe4498a8f47f2f3

Ontogeny of rapid estrogen-mediated extracellular signal-regulated 
kinase signaling in the rat cerebellar cortex: potent nongenomic agonist 
and endocrine disrupting activity of the xenoestrogen bisphenol A.

Zsarnovszky A, Le HH, Wang HS, Belcher SM.
Department of Pharmacology and Cell Biophysics, University of Cincinnati 
College of Medicine, Ohio 45267-0575, USA.

In addition to regulating estrogen receptor-dependent gene expression, 
17beta-estradiol (E(2)) can directly influence intracellular signaling. 
In primary cultured cerebellar neurons, E(2) was previously shown to 
regulate growth and oncotic cell death via rapid stimulation of ERK1/2 
signaling. Here we show that ERK1/2 signaling in the cerebellum of 
neonatal and mature rats was rapidly responsive to E(2) and during 
development to the environmental estrogen bisphenol A (BPA). In vivo 
dose-response analysis for each estrogenic compound was performed by 
brief (6-min) intracerebellar injection, followed by rapid fixation and 
phosphorylation-state-specific immunohistochemistry to quantitatively 
characterize changes in activated ERK1/2 (pERK) immunopositive cell 
numbers. Beginning on postnatal d 8, E(2) significantly influenced the 
number of pERK-positive cells in a cell-specific manner that was 
dependent on concentration and age but not sex. In cerebellar granule 
cells on postnatal d 10, E(2) or BPA increased pERK-positive cell 
numbers at low doses (10(-12) to 10(-10) M) and at higher (10(-7) to 
10(-6) M) concentrations. Intermediate concentrations of either 
estrogenic compound did not modify basal ERK signaling. Rapid 
E(2)-induced increases in pERK immunoreactivity were specific to the 
ERK1/2 pathway as demonstrated by coinjection of the mitogen-activated, 
ERK-activating kinase (MEK)1/2 inhibitor U0126. Coadministration of BPA 
(10(-12) to 10(-10) M) with 10(-10) M E(2) dose-dependently inhibited 
rapid E(2)-induced ERK1/2 activation in developing cerebellar neurons. 
The ability of BPA to act as a highly potent E(2) mimetic and to also 
disrupt the rapid actions of E(2) at very low concentrations during 
cerebellar development highlights the potential low-dose impact of 
xenoestrogens on the developing brain.

PMID: 16123166




The Keystone Stasi of Homeland "Security"
http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-lemoine13jun13,0,1507648.story?coll=la-home-commentary
 
  

Wed June 14

# Creative Commons Salon San Francisco
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 (6:00 PM - 9:00 PM)
shine 1337 Mission Str @ 11 th St SF California
This is the monthly 2nd Wednesday CC Salon event. The full announcement is forthcoming for this event.
Victor Stone, ccmixter.org, fourstones.net
Rick Prelinger, archive.org, film preview of "Panorama Ephemera"
"...using the Internet Archive as the primary means of distributing a (very) independent feature (under CC of course)..."
Marisa Olson, International Artist and Curator at Large for Rhizome.org, http://lifeofmo.blogspot.com/
Event Website: http://www.creativecommons.org/salon
http://upcoming.org/event/69816


# Wed, Jun 14, 7:30 pm Film: Winged Migration
Humanist Hall Oakland
390 27th Street (between Telegraph and Broadway, below Pill Hill)
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php


# Kate Bornstein, June 14!:
Wednesday, June 14, 8 pm -- a very special visit from Kate Bornstein for a 
one-time-only new workshop on survival tips for the 21st century outlaw. But 
there's more! It's also the release party of her shiny new book, Hello, Cruel 
World: 101 Alternatives to Suicide for Teens, Freaks, and Other Outlaws.
doors open at 7:30, at CSC (398 11th St. at Harrison). the workshop begins at 
8PM, with doors opening for the book release party at 9:15 PM. Kate will read 
selections from her new book, and will sign copies for people who have them.
Center for Sex and Culture, 398 11th St. @ Harrison (Across from DNA lounge)
http://sexandculture.org and don't forget http://goodvibes.com with 3 locations!
Good Vibrations: 2 SF and 1 Berkeley store: so much fun!


# CELEBRATE BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN 101 YR ANNIVERSARY !
THE BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN- SCREENING WEDNESDAY 14TH, 9PM, STATION 40
3030 16th St. @ Mission, accross from BART, SF

lets learn from the past and build towards the future!

"The Potemkin uprising was a 1905 mutiny of the crew of the Russian
battleship Potemkin against their officers, which was part of the Russian
Revolution of 1905. It later came to be viewed as an initial step towards
the Russian Revolution of 1917, and was the basis of the silent film
Battleship Potemkin".

"The Battleship Potemkin, is a 1925 silent film directed by Sergei
Eisenstein and produced by Mosfilm. It is a fictional narrative film meant
to glorify a real-life event that occurred in 1905, the Battleship
Potemkin uprising, when the crew of a Russian battleship rebelled against
their oppressive officers during the Tsarist regime. Potemkin has been
called one of the most influential films of all time, and it was named the
greatest film of all time at the World's Fair".

“To all civilized citizens and to the working people! The crimes of the
autocratic government have exhausted all patience. The whole of Russia,
burning with indignation, exclaims: Down with the chains of bondage! The
government wants to drown the country in blood, forgetting that the troops
consist of sons of the oppressed people. The crew of the Potemkin has
taken the first decisive step. We refuse to go on acting as the people’s
hangman. Our slogan is: freedom for the whole Russian people or death! We
demand an end to the war and the immediate convocation of a constituent
assembly on the basis of universal suffrage. That is the aim for which we
shall fight to the end: victory or death! All free men, all workers will
be on our side in the struggle for liberty and peace. Down with the
autocracy! Long live the constituent assembly!”

Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1977, Moscow, Volume 41, pages
169.2-170.1.

A reference to the mutiny on the battleship Potemkin, which broke out on
June 14 (27), 1905. The ship entered Odessa, just then in the grip of a
general strike, but no use was made of the favorable conditions for joint
action by the workers and sailors. The Bolshevik organization in Odessa
had been weakened by arrests, and was not united. The Mensheviks were
opposed to an armed uprising and tried to restrain the workers and sailors
from offensive operations. The tsarist government sent the whole of its
Black Sea Fleet to crush the Potemkin mutiny, but the sailors refused to
fire at the insurgent ship, and their commanders were forced to withdraw
the fleet. After sailing the seas for eleven days, the Potemkin, short of
food and coal, made for Rumania and there surrendered to the Rumanian
authorities. Most of its sailors remained abroad. Those of them who
returned were arrested and committed for trial.

The Potemkin mutiny failed but the fact that the crew of a major warship
had gone over to the revolution was an important advance in the struggle
against the autocracy. Lenin said the uprising was an “attempt to form the
nucleus of a revolutionary army”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battleship_Potemkin_uprising
http://www.sensesofcinema.com/contents/cteq/00/4/potemkin.html



Thursday, June 15

# Green Corps Reception and Celebration
Thursday, June 15, 2006 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM)
One Taste
1074 Folsom Street (Yahoo! Maps, Google Maps)
San Francisco, California 94103
You are cordially invited to join Bay Area
environmental and social
change leaders at the. . .
Green Corps Reception and Celebration
Celebrating 14 years of training the next generation
of environmental
leaders
June 15th, 2006, 6:30   8:30 pm
One Taste: An Urban Retreat Center, 1074 Folsom
Street, San Francisco
Organic Wine and hors d oeuvres
RSVP by email to sfparty@greencorps.org
Suggested minimum contribution of $50
Make your contribution today at
http://upcoming.org/event/81773


# Thu, Jun 15, 2006      7:30 pm
The Bush Agenda: Invading the World, One Economy at a Time.
Books Inc. 2275 Market St. @ Noe / Sanchez San Francisco
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php


# 6/15: ANTONIA JUHASZ reading & signing at BOOKS INC. (castro / upper m
Please Join Us: 

Thursday June 15th at 7:30 pm 
at Books Inc. on Market St. 
as Antonia Juhasz reads from her book “The Bush Agenda” 

“The Bush Agenda” exposes the Bush Administration's radical economic agenda for global domination, a plan more extreme, unilateral and audacious than any of his predecessors, a plan that has created the greatest level of violent opposition to America and Americans in recent history.This book addresses the history of U.S. economic relations throughout the world over the past 25 years, the key role of U.S. corporations, and the larger Bush economic agenda and what the potential impact of this agenda will be on the United States and the world. 

It concludes with specific alternatives to guide the U.S. on a more peaceful and sustainable course in the future. Using Naomi Klein's No Logo and Eric Schlosser's Fast Food Nation as models, The Bush Agenda is based on hard analytic fact and presented so that it will not only be persuasive, but highly engaging and entertaining to a broad audience. 

This Event is Free at Books Inc. 2275 Market St. San Francisco 94114 For Questions: 415.864.6777 
http://www.booksinc.net 


#  LAS VEGAS or BUSTS!
Thursday June 15th 8pm   Pier 23 Embarcadero SF
Listen to the Band of Brothers, Mighty Slim Pickens and Juba Kalamaka. Watch sexy Sadie Lune and her exotic bevy of beauties.
 
$10 at the door helps a Bay Area Sex Worker get to the Vegas Conference www.desireealliance.org/conference.htm   All money raised will go toward tuition for a SWOP member. If you are planning on attending the conference and you need financial assistance please contact Robyn at 1-877-776-2004. If you would like to volunteer to go go dance, strip, or help with the event please email me at robyn at swop-usa.org
 
Volunteer for the SWOP Beverage Booth at Gay Pride
 
Exciting news, SWOP has a alcohol beverage booth in front of the Asian Art Museum. This is a great spot to make a lot of money, last year SWOP made $1600 from our community partnership with Pride, this year we could make a lot more. We need 10 volunteers to help sell liquor all you have to do is attend one meeting.
Wed June 14th 6pm to 7:30pm
Tues June 20th 5:30 to 7:30 and 7:30 to 9:pm
at the LGBT Center 1800 Market
Please let me know if you are available to help. It will be a blast.
 
Sex Workers Marching in the Dyke March
 
Every year we march. Will you march too? Meet Sat evening around 4:30pm for a party and picnic in Dolores Park. Look for the large SWOP Banner flying near the corner.
 
Sex Workers Rights are Human Rights Conference in Vegas!
Are you going to the conference in Las Vegas? Do you need financial support? Please contact Robyn 
robyn atswop-usa.org and let me know what the holdup is with registering. If you need help come and dance on June 15th and help us raise money for your tuition. It's time to get registered, we need 50 more people to sign up. http://www.desireealliance.org/conference.htm
 
 Robyn Few   Sex Workers Outreach Project USA 
333 Valencia St. Ste. 445  SF, CA 94103 
1-877-776-2004 http://www.swop-usa.org   robyn at swop-usa.org



# Free Millionair Mind Intensive- June 15-17
Money Money Money Money Money Money
Here is another great opportunity to attend a free seminar - I know a few people who have done it and give it a high recommendation.  I have bought the book and been listening ot the CDs - they're great...
I am already registered for this one - it is down in LA.
They are currently sold out - but there is a waiting list - I bet there will be a good number of last minute cancellations...
I have listed the web sites below for those of you interested in checking it out.
Let's get rich togehter! http://www.millionairemind.com/
Millionaire Mind Intensive  Pasadena, CA (near LA) 
June 15 - 17, 2006     Course Schedule: 
Registration: Thursday, June 15 -- 7:00 a.m. -- 8:30 a.m.
Day 1: Thursday, June 15 -- 9:00 a.m. -- 11:00 p.m. (approximately)
Day 2: Friday, June 16 -- 9:00 a.m.-- 10:30 p.m. (approximately)
Day 3: Saturday, June 17 -- 8:00 a.m. -- 7:00 p.m. (approximately)
http://www.peakpotentials.com/new/show_booking_info?event_id=929
"We could say that love is the name we give that depth of attention
that allows the essence of someone else to speak back to us
in their own voice in their own way.  We let them become visible but in the same moment, because of the selfless nature of attentiveness, also reveal ourselves."
   -David Whyte



Fri Jun  16

# Fri Jun  16 5-8pm Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi Hosts Art Opening Featuring Harvey Milk
 Contact: Regina Dick-Endrizzi (415) 554-7630

Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi Hosts Art Opening Featuring Harvey Milk Related
Photography to Celebrate SF LGBT Pride Month

To celebrate SF LGBT Pride Month, Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi will host an
exhibition titled “Let’s Put Harvey Milk Back in City Hall!” This show
features Harvey Milk related photographs and memorabilia contributed by:
the San Francisco Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Historical
Society; San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum; and the Harvey
Milk City Hall Memorial Committee (photographer Daniel Nicoletta, Nancy
McNally, San Francisco artist and founder of the National AIDS Memorial
Grove in Golden Gate Park, and Rick Hauptman.)

Harvey Milk, one of nation’s first openly gay elected officials in the
nation, became a hero to the LGBT civil rights movement. He was
assassinated at SF City Hall in 1978. To honor his achievements, the Harvey
Milk City Hall Memorial Committee, a non-profit organization, was formed to
commission a sculpture of Supervisor Harvey Milk to be placed in City Hall.
For more information, go to http://www.milkmemorial.org

Please join Supervisor Mirkarimi in celebrating SF LGBT Pride Month, and in
taking another step toward putting Harvey Milk back in City Hall.

What:   Art Opening Reception of Harvey Milk related photographs and
             memorabilia for SF LGBT Pride Month
When:  Friday, June 16, 2006, 5-8 pm
             Show runs through July 19, 2006
Where: San Francisco City Hall, 1 Carlton B Goodlett
Place:  Room 282
Cost:    Free


# The Healing Arts Festival
June 16-18th
Watsu Center in Harbin Hot Springs.

                        If you haven't heard about it, it will be three days dedicated to                       the full nurturance for Body, Mind and Spirit, camping in the                   wilderness with music, performances, classes, healing sessions,                 demos and more. We'll be playing with Aquatic Bodywork, Yoga,                   Contact Improv, Ecstatic Dance, Tantra, on land and under water                 Sound Healing, Meditation and much, much more! Check out the                    Schedule for an updated list                    of activities at                        http://healingfestival.com                     

                        At sunset soak in                       the WatsuÆ pools & enjoy Exotic Visuals with Live Vocals, Didgeridoo                    and DJ Performances while in the main dance area we'll hold                     Tribal-Trance Dances and performances of: Shimshai, Suzanne                     Sterling, Dj Dragonfly, Alex Theory, Rara Avis, Waterjuice, Karma                       Moffett, Kimberly Bass, Shakina, Levi                   Chen, Dj Omer, Dj Jacaranda, Liquid Fire Mantra & many others. Raw foods                        will be catered by Lydia's Loving Foods.

                        This mega event, dedicated fully to healing, love and celebration in the many forms, is NOT to be missed. Take advantage of the pre-registration price of only $125 till June 5th ($150 thereafter) (classes nor food is included in the price). Please note that this event requires pre-registration as we have a limited capacity for 250 participants total.

For more info login to www.healingfestival.com


#  HEALING ARTS FESTIVAL. Healing, nurturance, cleansing, and celebration in its many forms will be the features of the first annual Healing Arts Festival at the Harbin Watsu® Center, June 16-18. Attend classes, demos, enjoy dances, live music performances, soak in the pools, and so much more. It's a great way to put a little spring into your step! 
http://www.healingfestival.com 


# Healing Arts Festival June 16-18th - Pre-Registration Required
Healing Arts Festival on June 16-18th at the Watsu® Center in Harbin Hot Springs.

If you haven't heard about it, it will be three days dedicated to the full nurturance for Body, Mind and Spirit, camping in the wilderness with music, performances, classes, healing sessions, demos and more. We'll be playing with Aquatic Bodywork, Yoga, Contact Improv, Ecstatic Dance, Tantra, on land and under water Sound Healing, Meditation and much, much more! Check out the Schedule for an updated list of activities at http://healingfestival.com3

At sunset soak in the Watsu® pools & enjoy Exotic Visuals with Live Vocals, Didgeridoo and DJ Performances while in the main dance area we'll hold Tribal-Trance Dances and performances of: Shimshai, Suzanne Sterling, Dj Dragonfly, Alex Theory, Rara Avis, Waterjuice, Karma Moffett, Kimberly Bass, Shakina, Levi Chen, Dj Omer, Dj Jacaranda, Liquid Fire Mantra & many others. Raw foods will be catered by Lydia's Loving Foods.

This mega event, dedicated fully to healing, love and celebration in the many forms, is NOT to be missed. Take advantage of the pre-registration price of only $125 till June 5th ($150 thereafter) (classes nor food is included in the price). Please note that this event requires pre-registration as we have a limited capacity for 250 participants total and we'll sell out!

For more info login to http://www.healingfestival.com
 Alex Medin  Executive Producer  Healing Arts Festival  1-707-490-5510


# anta Cruz Pirate Fest 2006 Friday, June 16, 2006 - Sunday, June 18, 2006 
 Mt. Maddonna Campgrounds  Manzanita Group Site  Santa Cruz
Second Annual Santa Cruz Pirate Fest  Aaaaarrrrr!!! http://sanfrancisco.tribe.net



 Saturday, June 17

# bbq a newbie picnic june 17th at golden gate park
http://http://burningman.com


# *BBQ A NEWBIE (*a Spark Club production in conjunction with the Special Events Team)
PLAN ON IT!

Do you like pic-i-nics? Do you like pic-i-nics with virgins even better?
HEY! Get yer mind out of the gutter! This is a burning*family event,
cause we are gonna...

""BBQ A NEWBIE""
(*a Spark Club production in conjunction with the Special Events Team)

That's right! Bring your virgins, your newbies, your dust-free friends...
And introduce them to the Burners in their backyard. This event is
open to all regardless of affiliation...

:;:Potato Salad:;:

This here is a Potluck BBQ...
Bring something for the grill, or a dish to share, or drinks to
share. It's self-reliant, Burner do-ocracy, gift economy-style, baby!
After all, we're out to edu-ma-cate them virgins on how it's done.

"YOU MUST BRING EVERYTHING WITH YOU TO SURVIVE THE PIC-I-NIC!"
*12 oz beer per adult, per hour.
*Enough grillable food for your entire party.
*Warm clothing that preferably sparkles.
*Goggles to protect eyes in case of dust storms.
*A good folding camp chair or picnic blanket.
*Leave No Trace garbage bags.
*Sunscreen.
*Common sense, an open mind, and a positive, playful attitude.
*A Frizbee is highly recommended.
*Coleslaw, Baked Beans, Ambrosia!

Like BRC, a certain level of stuff will be provided such as charcoal,
plates, utensils, and condiments. You know, the basics...Yes,
condiments!

:.:.Three-Legged Races:.:.

We have lots in store for you, check out the buffet o' fun...

-Camp Klepto pick up soccer game with Bunny Ball.
-Burning Moms.
-Sri Ramadadingdong's 3rd Eye Manifestation Station.
-Music by Iron Rose
-Marching Gamelon
-Hydration Toss-Off.
-Special Events Playa-Twister with Playa-Centric Spots.
-(and more to come...)

***PARTICIPATE!***
Have an idea for a fun activity or participatory
event??? Are you a musician or entertainer???
Send an email to our own Party Radar 
and tell her Rooster sent you.

:::::Ants Marching:::::

*What: "BBQ a Newbie" Pic-i-nic.
*Where: Speedway Meadow, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cali-for-n-i-a.
*When: SATURDAY JUNE 17th, 2006, 11am-6pm.
*How: By Car, Bike, Bus or Foot. Speedway Meadow is just west 19th
Ave/Park Presidio Drive on JFK. Extra special props to you if you ride
your bike and carry a casserole.

muni map:
http://tinyurl.com/numy4

Golden Gate Park Map:
http://tinyurl.com/mvrb3   (speedway Meadow is #14)

SEE YOU THERE!
********************
Cucumber Salad,
The Volunteer Resource Team...
HunnyBunny, Jocko, Lyen, Affinity, Dan, Terry, Termeh, PartyRadar & Rooster.
---
SpArK cLuBs are appreciation parties for the Volunteers,
Volunteer Coordinators and Managers of Burning Man. Our ultimate goal
is not only to show our appreciation to our wonderful volunteers, but
also create a friendly and cheerful environment for us all to
mingle and get to know each other.
-- 
Corey Christopher
aka Rooster "Veggie Dogs" Sejx
-List Moderator-
volunteers-announce@
volunteers-sf-announce@
---
rooster at burningman dot com
_______________________________________________
volunteers-sf-announce mailing list
volunteers-sf-announce@burningman.com
https://lists.burningman.com/mailman/listinfo/volunteers-sf-announce


# Sat, Jun 17, 2006      10:00 am - 12:00 pm
[view]	Garden for the Environment— Kids in Gardens
Garden for the Environment 7th Ave. at Lawton St. San Francisco
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php


# Sat, Jun 17, 2006      
[view]	SF Oil Awareness Peak Oil/Climate Change Art Show
ArtSF 110 Capp Street, 5th floor San Francisco
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php


# A WONDERFUL SEAFLOW OCCASION! -- Please join us.
http://www.seaflow.org/downloads/healingartsevent.pdf

We are holding SEAFLOW's annual benefit jewelry sale at the beautiful Healing Arts Center in Stinson Beach on Saturday, June 17th from 2 to 6 pm.  A five-minute practice, Whale Heart Qi Gong, will be taught at 4pm. 

Come play with members of the SEAFLOW pod and peruse the glorious earrings, necklaces, bracelets and anklets that SEAFLOW's co-founder, Vivienne Verdon-Roe, has been busy making for your delight. This year, she has reduced her prices so her jewelry is even more affordable, and 100% of the sales go to our work to protect whales and dolphins and all ocean life. 

We are very grateful to Marion Weber, owner of the lovely Healing Arts Center, for her longtime support of Seaflow and for forgoing any usual commission on the sales from this event.

In addition to Vivienne's jewelry, there are inspirational books, sacred objects, unusual cards and healing goodies at the Center.

A fun-filled afternoon!    Please join us.  (And don?t forget to bring your friends!)  
Details, including directions, are below.

VIVIENNE'S FANTASTIC JEWELRY SALE for SEAFLOW
at:
The Healing Arts Center
3415 Shoreline Blvd
Stinson Beach
on
SATURDAY, JUNE 17th, 2 - 6pm
Whale Heart Qi Gong, 4pm
Refreshments
Music by Michael Stocker and Blue

DIRECTIONS to HEALING ARTS CENTER

From 101, take the Highway One exit to Stinson Beach.  Stay on Highway One all the way to Stinson.  The main street running through the town is Highway One, also called Shoreline Highway.  Healing Arts is one of the first buildings on the left as you come into town.   

For information, call 415-868-2241
To unsubscribe or update your listing go to:
 http://www.seaflow.org


# fundraiser CELLspace is putting on Saturday, June 17th in the Market ( which is outside and across the street from the indoor space).  the event will have bicycle-powered rides, performance acts, food, music, and all kinds of fun stuff.


# http://www.sfbayoil.org/sfoa/artshow

 San Francisco Oil Awareness
 Presents  "( Is It ) The End of the World As We Know It?"
 Bay Area Artists' Views of Peak Oil and Climate Change  at

 Art SF at 110 Capp Street, 5th Floor
 Saturday, June 17 from 7 to 10 P.M.

   Scientists, environmentalists, financiers, world leaders, politicians and the U.N. have all spoken up and warned us to prepare for the advent of Peak Oil and Climate Change.

   We've all seen the images of Katrina, the Indian Ocean, Europe's arctic winter, extreme floods and droughts on every continent and the flexings of powerful muscles over oil.

   Now it is time for artists to step up to the plate. For centuries, the Art World has served not only as History's illustrator, but as society's conscience and a call to arms for its citizenry.

   We are looking for serious/poignant/hopeful/tragic/personal/global views of the changes our planet and society shall be undergoing as the twin crises of peak oil and climate change overtake us.

   While we are not necessarily looking for epic works of art (allowed, nevertheless), we do believe that these are two of the most serious issues facing humanity in the 21st Century. We are seeking the thoughtful works of Bay Area Artists that express this understanding.

   The material in this show will be new to many and for some, a shock. It's tantamount to telling a child there is no Santa. We are not, however, looking for the merely sensational, but for informative, educational, emotional, and yes, humorous art. ( Not TOO black, please. We're talking about people's dreams and futures here.)

   As many pieces as we have space for shall be included.

   Gallery Bar, track lighting, sound system, wooden floor, tall window wall, large service elevator.

   Set-up 7 - 10 P.M. Thursday, June 15 & Friday, June 16th. Ladder, Lights & Water available. Please provide your own fasteners and hammers, screwdrivers.

   Publicity Art SF and San Francisco Oil Awareness have extensive mailing lists and shall be providing publicity throughout the Bay Area.


# Peak Oil/Climate Change Art Show Saturday, June 17, 2006
8 p..m. - 12 midnight $10 slliding scale
Please see http://www.sfbayoil.org/sfoa/artshow  and 
http:// www.sfbayoil.org/sfoa
ArtSF 110 Capp St @ Mission / 16th SF
http://www.artsf.org/
Near 16th & Mission BART, 22 Fillmore. Capp is an alley between  
Mission & South Van Ness off 16th Street.
artshow at sfbayoil.org 415-255-8466
http://www.sfbayoil.org/sfoa/artshow/index.html


# Sat, Jun 17, 2006      7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
[view]	U.S. Foreign Policy, War, Immigration, and the Future of the Global Justice Movement
Global Exchange Office 1519 Sanchez St San Francisco
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php



# North Beach Festival, June 17th & 18th:
http://www.sfnorthbeach.org/festival


# San Francisco Juneteenth Parade & Street Festival
Saturday, June 17, 2006 - Sunday, June 18, 2006 (10:00 AM - 7:00 PM)
 Fillmore Juneteenth Festival San Francisco, California 94115
Fillmore btw. Geary & McAllister (Yahoo! Maps, Google Maps)
http://upcoming.org/event/76875


# Pejutah Sundance**
Purification Days: June 17th-20th, 2006
Tree Day: June 21st
 Sundance: June 22nd–25th, 2006
 Location: Northern California - Southern Humboldt County*
 This will be a prayer for the survival and continuation of the ancient redwood forests.
  info Durwin WhiteLightning at Durwin45@yahoo.com or call 541-463-7839.



Sunday June 18

# Sun, Jun 18, 2006      8:00 pm
 FILM: Outfoxed—Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism
Unitarian Universalist Church - Main Hall (Wheelchair accessible)
505 East Charleston Road Palo Alto
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php



 Monday, June 19

# Mon, Jun 19, 2006      5:00 pm
Rally—Amnesty for All Immigrants
Palou Avenue & 3rd St. San Francisco
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php


# John Gibler speaks on the Zapatistas' Other Campaign & presents 2 short films on the violence in San Salvador Atenco
Mon, Jun 19, 2006   7:00 pm
 	New College Theater (wheelchair accessible)
777 Valencia Street (between 18th & 19th Streets)
San Francisco

John Gibler, a Global Exchange human rights fellow in Mexico who has been covering the Zapatistas' Other Campaign since January 1st, will speak on the Other Campaign and present two short documentaries on the May 4th massive police raid in San Salvador Atenco. Gibler was present in Atenco and has since conducted scores of interviews with victims and witnesses. He collaborated with both documentaries which include direct film footage from Atenco as well as photographs, interviews, and archival footage. Each documentary is about 40 minutes long in Spanish with English subtitles. They show the incredible and systematic use of police brutality in Atenco, breaking the information blackhole enforced by major US media in their refusal to cover the violence or analyze its political nature.

$5 donation requested. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Co-Sponsored by Global Exchange and New College Center for Education and Social Action.

For more information contact:
Global Exchange
415-255-7296 ext. 236
http://www.globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php
or Jon Garfield
New College Center for Education and Social Action
(415) 437-3425

http://www.newcollege.edu/cesa
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php



# GALACTIC EARTH FESTIVAL (NorCal)
 Monday, June 19, 2006  - Friday, June 23, 2006 
  Mount Shasta region  California
 http://www.galacticearth.com is on it's way! 


# Galactic Earth Festival in Mt. Shasta June 20- June 23, 2006
Tuesday June 20th Opening ceremonies 8:00 PM with Mythmaker from Sunshine Coast, BC Invoking the Powers of the Directions and performing "Storyweaver" 
a shamanic story of transformation 
Sasha Butterfly and Shakatura (BC and SF Bay area) 
Jacaranda (SF) 
Dathan (Asheville, NC) 
Joshu (Asheville Full Moons,Asheville, NC) 
plus special guests tba... 

Wednesday June 21st Ceremonial Invocations and Celebrations, Offerings and Oblations to the Divine, as we connect with the Source from which It All Comes********** 
Prayerformances and Blessings offered by Joanna/Creatrix Collective, Sidra, Andrea and friends 
Ritual performance by Liquid Fire Mantra 
Super PHAT Line-up***Taking us straight into the depths of our Hearts and Souls 
Michael Manahan (Oracle Gatherings,Seattle) 
Lil John (Raindance,Santa Cruz) 
Adnan (Forward,SF) 
Ravicher (Portland) 
Adam Freeland (Marine Parade,UK) 
Garth (Grayhound,SF) 

Thursday June 22nd ...and yet another night of Planet Rockin' with... 
Ravi (Portland) 
Manoj (Portland) 
Deafchild (Portland) 
Azmyth (LA) 
Aaron Sontag (CDM,Portland) 
Cates and DpL (CDM,Portland) 
Mirror (Four C Gatherings,Eugene) 

Contact Andrea with any questions, and for more info via Tribe, or call (530)859-2544. 
Directions will be available at the Village Oracle located on Main St. in Weed, CA, as of June 19th. 
There is no charge for this event, however, donations are suggested, and GREATLY appreciated!!! 
Many Blessings of Divine Love and Peace to All! 



Wed June 21

# The Corporation Wed June 21 7:30 pm $5 donations are accepted
Humanist Hall 390 27th St midtown Oakland, between Telegraph and Broadway, below Pil
510-393-5685 http://www.HumanistHall.net
http://www.eastbayanimaladvocates.org

 
# June 23,24,25 Sierra Nevada World Music Festival
http://snwmf.com  Mendocino County Fair, in Boonville, California.
 BAABA MAAL  CULTURE  DON CARLOS  AMADOU & MIRIAM  LUNA ANGEL

Friday, June 23
Valley Stage:
Baaba Maal
Amadou & Mariam
Samba Ngo
 
Village Stage:
Ras Michael
Inner Visions
Luna Angel
Rootstock
 
In the Dancehall:
Jah Shaka

Saturday, June 24
Valley Stage:
Misty In Roots
Gregory Isaacs
Nasio Fontaine
U-Roy
Rico Rodriguez
Michael Prophet
Earl Sixteen
Aisha
The Robotiks
 
Village Stage: 
Vusi Mahlasela
Mishka
Mambo This!
Lost Coast Marimbas
Asheba
Mad Professor
 
In the Dancehall:
Stur Gav Hi Fi

Sunday, June 25
Valley Stage:
Coco Tea
Fantan Mojah & Mr. FLash
Culture
Don Carlos
Ken Boothe
Cornel Campbell
Neutral Sisters
 
Village Stage:
Sidestepper
Toubab Krewe
John Trudell Poet Tree
Gomba Jahbari
Los Pinguos
Larry Marshall
Willi Williams
Soul Vendors
 
Acts subject to change

camping gate for this year’s event will open at 9:00 AM on Friday, June 23rd, with the music area opening at 5:00 PM.  Music will be from 5:00 PM – 2:00 AM on Friday, 11:00 AM-2:00 AM on Saturday, and 11:00 AM-10:30 PM on Sunday.  The starting time for each set will be posted on our website on June 12th.
http://snwmf.com



# 6/24 http://dykemarch.org


#  06/24-PINK SATURDAY (7pm-2am street party in The Castro)


# Next ANON, June 24th - Soulstice Groove! http://anonsalon.com



#  06/25-SF PRIDE http://www.SFPride.org


# 30th Annual San Francisco Free Folk Festival
Saturday, June 24, 2006 - Sunday, June 25, 2006
Roosevelt Middle School 460 Arguello SF, CA
http://www.sffolkfest.org
http://upcoming.org/event/65959


#  06/25-SF PRIDE http://www.SFPride.org
SPONSORED by MILLER this year, Bud last year. CORPORATE SCUM.


# June 27 Dream Dance:  a sacred ritual healing dance workshop
Spiritual Technologies invite you to join us for an intimate ceremony
designed to promote deep healing through the use of intention, a blindfold,
and breathing techniques that induce a state of trance and transformation.
Doors open 7pm, closed ritual 7:30-9:30
2nd & 4th Tuesdays monthly ($7-$12 sliding scale)
De Moolam: 848 Divisidero, SF


# Ecological Activism: Local vs. International
Wednesday, June 28, 2006 (8:00 PM)
CounterPulse 1310 Mission St. (Yahoo! Maps, Google Maps)
San Francisco, California 94103 June 28
Ecological Activism: Local vs. International
Representatives of San Francisco-based groups will compare and contrast the scope and activities of local activism vs. global activism. How do they fit together? How do they conflict? What can they learn from each other? Speakers: Kelly Quirke (Friends of the Urban Forest), Bonnie Sherk (Living Library), Patrick McCully (International Rivers Network), and others TBA.
http://upcoming.org/event/53448


# Open Tagging Fri June 29 6:00-7:30pm Free
 
RECEPTION:      Friday, June 29, 6:00-7:30pm
EXHIBITION DATES:    June 19 - July 1, 2006
 
SFAI's City Studio presents Open Tagging, an exhibition of  
challenging visual, audio, and multidisciplinary work created by over  
48 youth from East Oakland, the City of Richmond, and San Francisco's  
Mission District. The exhibition opens June 19 at SFAI's Diego Rivera  
Gallery (800 Chestnut Street, San Francisco) with a closing reception  
on Friday, June 29. Launched in September 2005, City Studio was  
created by San Francisco Art Institute in partnership with local Bay  
Area youth development organizations, neighborhood facilities, and  
school districts to unearth the creative wealth of San Francisco Bay  
Area.
 San Francisco Art Institute 800 Chestnut St  San Francisco
415.351.3538 http://www.sfai.edu    Diego Rivera Gallery at SFAI
 lmartin at sfai.edu


# West Coast Contact Improvisation Festival
Thursday, June 29th to Tuesday, July 4th
8th Street Studios 2525 8th St @ Dwight Berkeley 
Mornings to Evenings http://www.wccif.com


# Critical Mass - Friday 6/30 6pm Justin Herman Plaza: Market @ Embarcadero
http://critical-mass.org Bring bicycle, helmet, light, costume, music... 
Maybe we can encourage the people who block cross traffic to:
wait until the mass arives at that intersection, so as to offend as few drivers as possible.
Definitely hold up / wait before blocking major intersections.    BECAUSE
It would be nice to be visible to as many pedestrians and motorists as possible while
offending/ delaying as few motorists as possible.
Pissing them off is just gonna make them anti-bike.




July 2006

#  July 2006 is the month to Bring the War Home to cities across the
nation with Direct Action and Civil Disobedience to shut down all metropolitan
areas. Then organizers from around the world will converge on DC August 
10th through the 14th to confront the true war machine.

SHUT DOWN DC: August 10th through 14th, 2006. There will be massive
decentralized direct action against all government and corporate
entities.

The vast majority of government and corporate war profiteers are based 
in DC, and its time they experience war first hand. Let's bring the war to
their homes, their offices, their parties and everywhere else they go.

As long as there is a war abroad, we must also have a war at home. With 
the Iran war looming, the Iraq war lingering, and dozens of other wars
raging, it is long past time to bring the war home.

With thousands expected to descend on our fair city, mass housing, free
vegan food, and a convergence space will all be available. Mark your
calendars, tell your friends, plan to come to DC August 10th through
14th, 2006.

More information and details will be coming, and our website should be
up soon. Keep checking back for more details. In the meantime email 
bringthewarhome06 @ hotmail.com


# Mishap Prom 2006 Sat July 1 8:00PM-3:00AM $4 in formal dress, $6 casual
Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell st SF http://www.crapcore.com


# 07/04-CACOPHONY's "Xmas In July" SANTA RAMPAGE http://www.Cacophony.org


# http://sanfrancisco.tribe.net/event/d86b4dfb-8934-40f6-9c1c-57db8e7dcf80
 2006-07-07 4:30 PM Host:  BassCamp; Otto& Dae 
Location:  ~ Pirate's Cove; Mendo Coast! 
When:  Friday, July 7, 4:20pm - 
Sunday, July 9, 4:20pm 
Ahoy and Prepare to be Boarded..SummerCamp is back


# National Nude Recreation Week is July 10-16 2006
If we were meant to be naked, we would be born that way.
Naked people do not support sweat shops or use nuclear energy and phosphates washing their clothes.
Naked people are closer to nature, and take better care of their environment.
Naked people are not hiding anything.


# July 15 - Day of Action against Climate Change and G8 - EF! Call to Action!
A call to action from Earth First! Climate Caucus and Rising Tide North America
 July 15th 2006 -- Direct Action for Climate Justice

  International Day of Direct Action  
 against Climate Change and the G8 
 Rise Up Against G8 Policies
 Target Fossil Fuel Industries in Your Town or Bioregion

  On July 15th, the "Group of 8" (G8) richest industrialized countries will gather in St. Petersburg, Russia to plot their continued commodification and domination of the planet, this time under the banner of "Energy Security." A leaked G8 "Communique on Energy Security" calls for trillions of dollars in new investments in oil, gas and coal production worldwide, plus wide-scale global expansion of nuclear energy. With runaway climate change* looming just over the horizon, such neoliberal business-as-usual poses a direct threat to the continuation of life on Earth as we know it.  Resistance is self defense. The G8 agenda promotes petroleum-dependent "Energy Security" that pollutes our land and atmosphere, ravages poor and indigenous communities, and scorches the Earth's climate. Their recipe for disaster must be met with our global resistance! 

 July 15th will be an International Day of Action Against Climate Change. As G8 energy ministers promise trillions in new subsidies to the industries destroying our planet and our future, we will take action to shut them down! This is a call for autonomous, decentralized actions appropriate for your town, city, or bioregion. Use this international day of action to support local struggles against oil refineries, gas pipelines, strip mines and coal-fired power plants. Disrupt the financial backers of the fossil fuel industry. Host teach-ins to spread sustainable post-petroleum living skills. Find a weak point in the infrastructure of resource exploitation and throw a literal or symbolic wrench in the works. Visit your local polluters and give 'em hell!

  The July 15th International Day of Action Against Climate Change is being mobilized by Rising Tide North America, a new network initiated in the US by the Earth First! Climate Caucus, with inspiration and support from the UK's vibrant Rising Tide direct action movement for climate justice and against climate change. Rising Tide North America is actively mobilizing July 15th actions in local bioregions, as well as reaching out to environmental justice, climate action and radical sustainability movements in all of the G8 countries plus the Global South. 

 Rising Tide North America is building a large collection of outreach and agit-prop materials that can be used by groups around the continent (and the world) to organize locally. These materials will be downloadable from http://www.reclaimthecommons.net and from the website of Rising Tide North America (comin' soon). 

 Join the Rising Tide North America network, and tell us about July 15th actions against climate change being planned in your community or bioregion! Contact us at efclimatecaucus@wildmail.com.

 For more information and updates about July 15th international actions against climate change, plus news and links about additional global resistance against the 2006 G8 Summit from July 14th to 17th, go to http://www.reclaimthecommons.net

   To learn more about the global Rising Tide movement, visit  
http://www.risingtide.org.uk and read "Rising Tide Takes the Helm: Mapping Strategies for Climate Justice" in May-June 2006 Earth First! Journal:  
http://reclaimthecommons.net/article.php?id=316
        To learn more about the origin and purpose of Rising Tide North America, read "Earth First! Climate Caucus: A New Birth in the No Compromise Movement" in May-June 2006 Earth First! Journal:
 http://reclaimthecommons.net/article.php?id=317

  *19 of the 20 hottest years on record have occurred since 1980. Islands in the South Pacific are already evacuating due to rising sea levels. Storms and hurricanes are growing more severe.  Polar bears are drowning as their icy habitat breaks apart and drifts out to sea. Greenland and Antarctica are melting. Everyday we spew more greenhouse gases burned from fossil fuels into the atmosphere; everyday we are one step closer to what scientists refer to as "the tipping point," on the verge of catastrophic and irreversible climate chaos. 


# 7/15-RJ'S 45th BIRTHDAY http://BWClub.net/RJP1home.html


# Critical Mass - Friday 7/28 6pm Justin Herman Plaza: Market @ Embarcadero
http://critical-mass.org Bring bicycle, helmet, light, costume, music... 
Maybe we can encourage the people who block cross traffic to:
wait until the mass arives at that intersection, so as to offend as few drivers as possible.
Definitely hold up / wait before blocking major intersections.    BECAUSE
It would be nice to be visible to as many pedestrians and motorists as possible while
offending/ delaying as few motorists as possible.
Pissing them off is just gonna make them anti-bike.


# GILROY GARLIC FESTIVAL Saturday, July 29th.


# July 28 - 30 Join the Summit for Salmon Fundraiser - Climb Mt. Rainier!
http://www.wildsalmon.org/about/summit-2006-recruit.cfm 


# Green-Soulfest July 29  Park at deFremery Recreation Center
1651 Adeline St., Oakland, California
Come to Green-Soulfest 06 and have an eco- adventure at deFremery Park in
the Eco-West. Take a journey to Africa, Ethiopia, India, the rainforest and
beyond at our eco-themed villages. Receive free massages and ancient
healing, learn eco-building, build your eco-finances, learn how to prevent
disease, have fun in our eco-children's area, discover live food nutrition,
sample delicious living foods, learn how to save your environment and enjoy
great music from around the world.
Vendor booths and sponsorships are available
510-228-8738 healthythrunature yahoo com
Sponsored by: * Healthy Thru Nature Institute * Living Nutrition * San
Francisco Vegetarian Society * Bay Valley * Sacred Grove * Attitudinal
Healing http://sfvs.org


#  07/30-DORE "Up Your" ALLEY FAIR http://www.FolsomStreetFair.com



August 2006

#  August 10th through 14
July 2006 is the month to Bring the War Home to cities across the
nation with Direct Action and Civil Disobedience to shut down all metropolitan
areas. Then organizers from around the world will converge on DC August 
10th through the 14th to confront the true war machine.

SHUT DOWN DC: August 10th through 14th, 2006. There will be massive
decentralized direct action against all government and corporate
entities.

The vast majority of government and corporate war profiteers are based 
in DC, and its time they experience war first hand. Let's bring the war to
their homes, their offices, their parties and everywhere else they go.

As long as there is a war abroad, we must also have a war at home. With 
the Iran war looming, the Iraq war lingering, and dozens of other wars
raging, it is long past time to bring the war home.

With thousands expected to descend on our fair city, mass housing, free
vegan food, and a convergence space will all be available. Mark your
calendars, tell your friends, plan to come to DC August 10th through
14th, 2006.

More information and details will be coming, and our website should be
up soon. Keep checking back for more details. In the meantime email 
bringthewarhome06 @ hotmail.com


# Aug 19	Nonprofit Boot Camp, CraigsList Foundation 	UC Berkeley
http://www.craigslistfoundation.org/index.php?page=Boot_Camp
http://upcoming.org/event/80529


# Dolphin  Adventure Trips  Aug. 19-26, 2006 
 Aug. 26- Sept. 2, 2006 http://www.dolphinpress.com


# Swim with Dolphins Adventure Aug 26 - Sep 2, 2006
http://www.thefirewithin.com/swimwithdolphins.htm or
http://www.dolphinpress.com and click on Dolphin Trip! Enjoy!


# Aug 28 - Sep 4 2006     http://burningman.com     fun in the desert
goto Reno, turn North... 100 miles North of Reno is the Black Rock Desert
http://bmscreensavers.com Download screensavers for ideas of costumes, artcars, projects...



September 2006

# Free History Tour of Dogpatch & Potrero Point
Sunday, September 3, 2006 (11:00 AM)
18th St. & Tennessee St. San Francisco, California
WHERE: starts at 18th and Tennessee
DETAILS: Designated as a San Francisco Historic District, this colorful neighborhood has important ties to many of the city's past commercial industries. From its historic working class cottages and industrial age relics to the current proliferation of ultra-modern lofts, we'll explore the past and present of this suprising, eclectic neighborhood in transition in this 2 hour walking tour. A $5 donation to SF City Guides (non-profit) is suggested, but optional.
http://upcoming.org/event/73267


# Sokano Avenue Stroll  “Send In The Clowns” Sunday, September 10, 2006
 Non-profit Information &/or Fundraising (New- Both Categories merged)
Ø       You may raise money by donation, raffles, memberships and/or materials donated to you.
Ø       You may sell or give away promotional materials about your organization.
Ø       You must charge, report and pay sales tax for goods sold unless you submit an exemption.
Ø       Keep literature distribution and clipboard activity behind your table.
Ø       It you are hosting a game booth, no cash prizes or live animals are allowed. Small toys, balloons and other prizes are acceptable. We encourage you to have game booths rather than sell products. Call us for great booth ideas!
entry fee for a booth to be submitted Aug. 1


#  09/23-SF LOVE PARADE http://www.LoveParadeSF.org


# San Francisco LoveFest:  A Dance Music Parade and Festival 
 Together we will once again rock the streets of San Francisco on Saturday, September 23rd! 
 Once again 30+ floats of every genre of beat will wind it's way down Market St., park and continue the party at the Civic Center Plaza, and continue into the night in parties throughout the city, including the official San Francisco LoveFest after party at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium presented by Skills and Spundae. http://www.LoveParadeSF.org


 09/24-FOLSOM STREET FAIR http://www.FolsomStreetFair.com



# World Farm Animals Day, 10/1 http://BayAreaVeg.org
http://sfvs.org http://sfveeg.org http://farm.org http://pcrm.org
http://idausa.org http://earthsave.org http://vivausa.org http://nocompromise.org


#  10/01-CASTRO STREET FAIR http://www.CastroStreetFair.org


#  10/13-15-FLEET WEEK http://www.FleetWeek.us


#  10/11-NATIONAL COMING OUT DAY


# Oct 14/15 http://greenfestivals.org Washington, D.C.


#  10/24-SF GAY & LESBIAN WORLD TRAVEL EXPO


 


# Nov 11/12 http://greenfestivals.org 8th and Brannan/ councourse exhibition ctr. SF

 The Green Festival is a two-day party with a serious purpose: to accelerate the emergence of a new economic paradigm that is life-affirming and life-restoring. Together we are cultivating a culture of sustainability and social equity that honors our interdependence with all life. Green Festival unites green businesses, social and environmental groups, visionary thinkers and thousands of community members in a lively exchange of ideas, commerce and movement building fun.

Learn: Attend lectures and workshops by thought leaders, business visionaries and community activists shaping the green movement.

Network: Connect with like-minded individuals and organizations who are committed to the possibility of a better world. See Network.Get Involved! Learn about organizations effecting positive and sustainable change in our region, our country, and the around the planet.

Socialize: Have fun interacting with others, for the sheer joy of it. Meet interesting people who share common interests. Spend some time at the food court and listen to local musicians. Parents, find a place to relax in the Family Rest Stop.

Eat Well: Sample delicious, healthy, organic, and sustainable produced food prepared on site. ALL FOODWARE IS BIODEGRADEABLE - COMPOST! WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO BRING YOUR OWN FOODWARE TO THE EVENT.

Greening the Event: We believe in deep sustainability - to achieve intergenerational equity, we must design equity into the present. We try to address all aspects of the event - beginning with our own consciousness and the budgetary process.

Learn how we are creating an eco-commerce model for the Green Festival and our who in the community helps us.

The Green Economy Expo: If you are a green business of any size, this could be the perfect place for you to connect to your target audience. Call 1-877-727-2179 to exhibit your products. See who's Exhibiting in 2005.

Shop at the Green Festival for all of your Holiday Gifts! Purchase goods and services from 300 exhibitors who practice the principles of sustainability, ecology, and social equity. Go shopping online - we've identified online resources for green goods.

Coop America's Green Pages: Check out the original directory of Green Businesses at 
http://www.greenpages.org

Endorse the Earth Charter!

LIMITED OFFER: Purchase Green Festival Compost from DC Festival. Be the first to support turning waste into a resource!



2007 

May

http://wef.ucdavis.edu  Whole Earth Fest UC Davis 3rd Wknd May.
Stanford POW WOW 2nd weekend in May?
http://swcoalition.org Sustainable World Symposium 2nd Wknd?
http://www.BayToBreakers.com Bay To Breakers 3rd Sunday in May

June 
http://harmonyfestival.com Second Weekend in June, Santa Rosa

Aug

http://burningman.com Labor Day Weekend (Aug/Sept)

Sep
http://earthdance.org 3rd wknd? Laytonville CA / Hog Farm

Oct
http://burningman.com Decompression 3rd Sunday in Oct.

Nov
http://greenfestivals.org 8th St. @ Brannan SF 1st? 2nd? wknd Nov.



Every 1st Wednesday: http://exploratorium.edu FREE!
Every 1st Thursday: Art receptions @ 49 Geary 5:30-7:30pm
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.