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SF events 9.26 Live Free or Die.   Disobey unjust laws.   Bush Regime and Patriot Act are illegal.
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2006/09/26/18314154.php


Any law that is repugnant to the constitution of the United States is
NULL AND VOID - Marbury v. Madison (1803)


Does your non profit need to raise funds $ ?
Have a rummage sale! I have stuff! scott @ plant trees dot org


Krissy for Congress  (Green Party)
http://www.keeferforcongress.com 


Krissy for Congress at Folsom Street Fair - video
http://www.keeferforcongress.com/content/view/87/87/


More Events... Tuesday Sep 26 http://indybay.org
6:30PM An evening with Rob "Los Ricos" 
6:30PM Voice of New Generation: A Young Zimbabwean Woman... 
7:30PM Empire's Workshop: Latin America, the United... 
Wednesday Sep 27 http://indybay.org
10AM Ed Rosenthal & Rick Watts Hearing to Set Trial... 
3:30PM Protest Ethnic Cleansing in Bayview-Hunters Point 
4PM DECLARE Peace @ War Profiteer HQ, "No Thanks... 
5PM Weekly Wednesday Protest - Justice for... 
6PM Slam Arnold 

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Tuesday September 26

9/26: SF Film Best Documentary: Israeli Palestinian Conflict - LAST SHOWING!
  
The winner award for Best Documentary (SF FILM FESTIVAL) and the Jerusalem Film Festival, ENCOUNTER POINT is playing ONE LAST TIME here in the bay area. 

View the Trailer: http://www.encounterpoint.com/trailer/index.php 

synopsis; 
A former Israeli settler, a Palestinian ex-prisoner, a bereaved Israeli mother and a wounded Palestinian bereaved brother risk their lives and public standing to promote a nonviolent end to the conflict. Their journeys lead them to the unlikeliest places to confront hatred within their communities. The film explores what drives them and thousands of other like-minded civilians to overcome anger and grief to work for grassroots solutions. And why is it, with the world’s cameras focused on this conflict, we have never heard about them? It is a film about the everyday leaders in our midst. 

It's playing TUESDAY SEPT 26th 4:30pm & 7:30pm At the 
GRAND LAKE THEATER 3200 GRAND AVE. OAKLAND, CA 
(tickets are cash only at the door!)  Go, go, go, go go! 
http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eve/212302707.html

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9/26: Rob “Los Ricos” Thaxton (santa rosa)
Tuesday September 26 at 6:30 at Free Mind Media in Santa Rosa at 546 Pacfic 

For his conviction of throwing a rock at a cop during a protest, Chicano anarchist Rob Los Ricos spent more than 7 years in Oregon’s prison system. Now, after his release, he is taking to the road to share his experiences while inside and what support is needed for prisoners. 

Come and hear his insights into civilization, patriarchy and race. Witness his critiques of the anti-authoritarian anti-capitalist movements inside the USA. 

Event is free, but donations for Mr. Thaxtons travels and sustenance much appreciated. 

For some of his writings and some background info, check out: http://roblosricos.net 
http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eve/208087117.html

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# Member Orientation http://Acterra.org  Palo Alto
 Acterra 3921 E. Bayshore Rd., Palo Alto, CA View Map
When: 	Tuesday, September 26, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Phone: 	(650) 962-9876 x346
Acterra invites all new and prospective members to become part of our growing community. Come meet other Acterra members and explore all the ways we are “greening” our region.
Plus: Hear Peter Drekmeier, one of Acterra’s founders (and a Palo Alto City Councilmember), talk about the PLAN initiative to preserve open space which will be on the November ballot.
Come at 6:30 to enjoy a light supper and convivial conversation before the event.

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ScrapHouse: A Free Eco Film Night September 27, 2006 07:00 PM - 09:30 PM

Green Planet Films presents:    ScrapHouse: A Free Eco Film Night    Wed, Sep 27, 7:00pm-9:30pm, San Francisco    MORE INFO: http://greenplanetfilms.org/information.php?info_id=71    The ScrapHouse takes "green" design to the next level as Architects, Structural Engineers and Scrap Artists construct a new house in 30 days with junkyard materials. A National Geographic September premiere, the idea of ScrapHouse was conceived by San Francisco's Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker, Anna Fitch.   The premise: is it possible to build and furnish a new house out of garbage in just four weeks? And not just any house, but one that is sturdy, spacious and stylish? A team of architects, structural engineers and scrap artists in San Francisco accepts a nearly impossible challenge: in only one month, turn a few tons of trash into an architectural marvel.  Along the way, the team must fight to overcome extraordinary problems: on-site confusion, staffing shortages, a lack of materials, internal bickering and that ominous completion deadline. But failure is ultimately not an option. The team devises a very ambitious and bold design - a spacious modern house of 1,000 square feet with 21-foot-high ceilings.  Socializing and gallery viewing at Varnish's beer, wine and saki bar at 7:00pm, film at 8pm.  See www.greenplanetfilms.org for more film night details.     Free.     MORE INFO:  Website: http://greenplanetfilms.org/information.php?info_id=71  Email:   events@greenplanetfilms.org  Phone:   415 383 0484     About Green Planet Films:  Green Planet Films is a non-profit distributor of nature and environmental DVDs from around the globe. We seek to preserve and protect our planet by collecting and distributing documentaries from our web-based library which can be used to educate the public about the science, beauty, and fragility of the natural world. 

 Varnish Fine Art 77 Natoma St SF CA 94105 (2nd St Btwn Howard/Mission) 415 383 0484
http://greenplanetfilms.org/information.php?info_id=71
http://laughingsquid.com/squidlist/events/index.php?com=detail&eID=7258&year=2006&month=09

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CounterCorp benefit film screening of 'IRAQ FOR SALE: The War Profiteers'

Director Robert Greenwald's previous film, "Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price", showed the effects of 'Godzilla capitalism' on ordinary people across the U.S. and around the world.

This time, "IRAQ FOR SALE: The War Profiteers" tells the story of what happens to ordinary Americans — and Iraqis — when corporations go to war. The film takes viewers inside the lives of soldiers, truck drivers, widows, and children who have been changed forever as a result of corporate profiteering in post-invasion Iraq. 

The film uncovers the connections between a small group of private U.S. companies, and the decisionmakers who have enabled them to make billions of dollars in Iraq through no-bid contracts to perform jobs that the military used to do itself — and that Iraqis, who are desperate for income to feed their families, could do better, faster, and cheaper. 

Though the privatization of the Pentagon is hardly a new phenomenon, the sheer extent and brazenness of the profiteering in Iraq — and the total lack of oversight on these well-connected American corporations — have resulted in the deaths of U.S. soldiers and Iraqi civilians; alienated most of the Iraqi population; and turned Iraq into a recruitment and training center for Muslim militants, and a full-blown sectarian civil war that threatens the stability of the whole region. 

Among the fraud and abuse documented in the film:
-- Halliburton executives living in five-star hotels, while their company fails to deliver drinkable water to U.S. troops; burning perfectly good cars and trucks so they can buy new ones, and claiming to have “lost” $9 billion in cash.
-- Blackwater, a private mercenary army masquerading as a “security company” and operates with near-total impunity in Iraq, cut corners in order to make even more money, and ended up causing the deaths of four of its own employees in Faluja.
-- CACI and Titan, two corporations virtually unknown in the United States, provided untrained guards and nearly useless translators who ultimately brought about the humiliation, torture, and international disgrace known as the Abu Ghraib scandal. 

The film will be followed by a panel discussion, and preceded by a demonstration at the headquarters of war profiteer Bechtel Corporation at 50 Beale Street in San Francisco (Embarcadero BART) from 4:00-6:00 p.m. The protest will be led by Global Exchange/CodePINK and other members of the Declaration of Peace coalition. 

Tickets are $10, and are available online at http://www.countercorp.org or at the door starting at 7:00 p.m. There will also be refreshments available for purchase at the theater (cash only). Proceeds benefit the 2006 CounterCorp Anti-Corporate Film Festival in November.

September 27, 2006
07:30 PM - 09:30 PM

Venue Information
Brava Theater
2780 24th Street
(24th St./Mission BART)
San Francisco, CA 94110	

Additional Event Information 
(415) 282-2486
http://www.countercorp.org
http://laughingsquid.com/squidlist/events/index.php?com=detail&eID=7196&year=2006&month=09

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Tuesday, September 26th

Tue, Sep 26, 2006      12:00 pm
[view]	Thai Social Movements And The Military Coup: A Brown-Bag Lunch Discussion
Global Exchange Office
2017 Mission St. Suite 303
San Francisco

Tue, Sep 26, 2006      12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
[view]	 Anti-Torture Teach-in/Vigil at UC Berkeley w/Dan Ellsberg
UC Berkeley Boalt Hall Law School
Bancroft Avenue (at the fountain at the end of College Ave)
Berkeley

Tue, Sep 26, 2006      6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
[view]	A Young Zimbabwean Woman Talks about Her Experiences and Her Future
The Women’s Building
3453 18th Street
San Francisco

Tue, Sep 26, 2006      7:30 pm
[view]	Greg Grandin discusses his book Empire’s Workshop: Latin America, the United States, and the Rise of the New Imperialism
First United Methodist Church
9 Ross Drive (at 4th Street)
San Rafael

http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php

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9/27: Evolutionary Health and Well Being

"Good instructors have expertise in their field, and Great instructors have the skills to transfer mastery to their students. Extraordinary instructors like Jason can do both, and make it fun all-the-while. Jason is a brilliant teacher and unparalleled in his knowledge of [NLP Processes] Core Transformation and Parts Work." —Aaron S. Pava, Technologist 

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What: Evolutionary Health and Well Being
A Brief Introduction 

When: Wednesday September 27th 7:00pm to 9:30pm 
Where:The Arete Center for Excellence in SF 

Why: 

Are you suffering from an "incurable disease" and all of the emotional and social implications surrounding that? Would you like to be free from one or both? Are you a health practitioner wanting to have additional skills to offer your clients and patients? Are you a Hypnotherapist or NLP Practitioner wanting additional skills and knowledge allowing you to contribute to your clients at an even deeper level? Do you simply want to live a life of thrival--that level beyond survival? Do you want more energy, greater productivity, and freedom you from fear around your health and well being? 

What would that make possible in your life? 

Join me in this event to transform your relationship to your Self, your body, and your or your clients' conditions. 

Think this is impossible? Think again. 

Learn How: 

• I virtually eliminated HIV from my system in a few months without meds! 
• To dissolve beliefs about what is and is not possible within your body 
• Bring evolutionary awareness to health and well being 
+ Body: nutrition and fitness 
+ Mind: How specifically to harness the power of the mind 
for your healing and how to clear out significant negative 
emotional experiences 
• Which non-deity, non sectarian, spiritual practices I used 
• Apply to the same technology to any illness or limitation in your thinking 
• Find out about the Evolutionary Health and Well Being™ workshop in October 

All in one brief evening! 

Full Details are here: 

http://evolutionaryawareness.com/events/intros/health.php 

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# How Architects Can Reverse Global Warming (2 HSWs) 
Sep 28 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm AIA San Francisco 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600
Ed Mazria, AIA, believes architects must become leaders in the fight against global warming. His recently launched 'Architecture 2030' www.architecture2030.org  <http://www.aiasf.org/%20http:/www.architecture2030.org> draws a connection between building design and global warming, with research indicating that building design and construction could have a greater effect on reversing global warming than any other industry sector. Considering this research, the AIA Board of Directors released a policy statement calling for a 50% reduction in use of fossil fuels for buildings in four years, with additional reductions leading to eventual carbon-neutrality by 2030. Mazria will present his vision for how to meet these goals. 
$10 AIA Members; $20 Nonmembers
Register Early, Space Limited. Registration Link:
http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaID=116237

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Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit http://www.pixiepoppins.org for details and updates
September 28 Dee Harley Harley Goat Farms
+Ali Budner and Brooke Budner (twin sisters)
OAEC, Manic Organic, Full Belly Farm, South Side Community Land Trust

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# "Economics" with Doug Dowd  a loose-jointed Marxist
    http://www.ecologycenter.org/calendar/event.php?eventID=20087
      Through Thursday, September 28, 2006
      Class: "Economics" with Doug Dowd
 Doug Dowd's popular course on economics will meet twice a month from 
April through September. A San Francisco native, Dowd is a radical 
economist, economic historian, currently a professor at two universities in 
Italy, the author of more than a dozen books, and lifelong political 
activist. Doug calls himself a loose-jointed Marxist and a full-fledged 
Veblenian -- he's The Peoples' Economist. His latest book is The Broken 
Promises of America.
 Time:  7pm.
 Location:  Modern Times Bookstore, 888 Valencia St., at 20th St., San 
Francisco.
 Cost:  Free.
  Info:  415-282-9246, http://www.mtbs.com/events.html


Wednesday, September 27th
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Wed, Sep 27, 2006      
[view]	Slam Arnold poetry Competition
Balazo gallery
2183 Mission St.@ 18th St.
San Francisco

Wed, Sep 27, 2006 - Wed, Nov 15, 2006      
[view]	Practical Peacemaking — Exploring Nonviolent Living
Unity Center of Walnut Creek
1871 Geary Road
Walnut Creek

Wed, Sep 27, 2006      7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
[view]	Introduction to New Body—New Mind
The Teleosis Institute
1521 5th St. (corner of Cedar St.)
Berkeley

Wed, Sep 27, 2006      7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
[view]	ScrapHouse: A Free Eco Film Night
Varnish Fine Art
77 Natoma St
San Francisco

Wed, Sep 27, 2006      7:30 pm
[view]	The Power of Community—How Cuba Survived Peak Oil
Humanist Hall
390 27th Street (between Telegraph and Broadway)
Oakland

Wed, Sep 27, 2006      7:30 pm
[view]	Screening of "Iraq for Sale"
Brava Theater
2789 24th St.
San Francisco
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php

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Thursday, September 28th

Thu, Sep 28, 2006 - Sat, Sep 30, 2006      
[view]	West Coast Green Conference
Bill Graham Civic Center
99 Grove St.
San Francisco

Thu, Sep 28, 2006 - Sat, Sep 30, 2006      
[view]	Free Tradeshow Only Passes & Discounted Registration to West Coast Green
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
San Francisco

Thu, Sep 28, 2006      8:30 am
[view]	Act Against Torture
Senator Feinstein's Office
Montgomery & Market
San Francisco

Thu, Sep 28, 2006      3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
[view]	Shopping with the Chef @ North Berkeley Farmers' Market
Shattuck Ave. at Rose St.
Berkeley

Thu, Sep 28, 2006      6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
[view]	CCCO Welcomes Pablo Paredes as New G. I. Rights Coordinator
The Humanist Hall
390 27th Street (Between Telegraph Avenue and Broadway)
Oakland

Thu, Sep 28, 2006      6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
[view]	Green Health Care Discussion
Body Focus Health Center
580 Market Street, Suite 200
San Francisco

Thu, Sep 28, 2006      7:00 pm
[view]	Richard Heinberg—The Oil Depletion Protocol: A Plan to Avert Oil Wars, Terrorism and Economic Collapse
The Roxie Theater of New College
3117 16th Street (btw Valencia and Guerrero)
San Francisco

Thu, Sep 28, 2006      7:00 pm
[view]	The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil
Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church
55 Eckley Lane
Walnut Creek

Thu, Sep 28, 2006      7:30 pm
[view]	On the Road in Mexico; A Report by Radio Zapatista
La Pena Cultural Center (Wheelchair Accessible, Near Ashby BART)
3105 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley
Berkeley
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php

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# FireDrums IV Thursday, September 28th - Sunday, October 1st, 2006 
Cutter Scout Reservation   2500 China Grade Road   Boulder Creek, CA 95006 
http://firedrums.org    http://firedrums.tribe.net 
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FireDrumsDiscuss
Download Road map to Cutter Scout Reservation: 
http://www.pacsky.org/camps/csr/maps/road_map.pdf

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FireDrums IV 
Thursday, September 28th - Sunday, October 1st, 2006 

FireDrums is about bringing the global Fire Arts and Drumming Communities together to share knowledge and to propel these burgeoning Art Forms forward. The past 3 FireDrums were blessed with some of the most epic Fire and Drumming Jams of all time with participation from some of the world's most amazing Fire Dancers and Drummers. Truly inspirational! 

FireDrums will always be open to everyone at any skill level even if you've never lit-up. Whether you're learning, teaching, sharing, inspiring, or being inspired, we welcome anyone interested in being part of the abundance of advancement that occurs when a convergence of this magnitude transpires. We look forward to revisiting old friendships and creating new ones with those who love the beat of the drums and the warmth and glow of the flame. 

Everyone was a beginner at some point in their development and you can often learn just as much from teaching as you can from being taught. There will be organized and impromptu interactive workshops in the various disciplines of the Fire and Flow Arts and Drumming throughout the gathering. 

LOCATION: We've secured the beautiful Cutters Scout Reservation exclusively for our next FireDrums gathering. Cutter Scout Reservation is a full-service camping facility located in the coastal mountains of California above Santa Cruz. This breath-taking 300 acre camp ground is located 25 miles from Santa Cruz and 67 miles from San Francisco. Cutter is about 2,200 feet in elevation and it's in some of the last old-growth redwoods on the West Coast. There is a full-size swimming pool, a small lake with canoes, hiking trails, bathrooms & showers with running water, bbq's, and so much more! 

Things to bring: Your highest self, fire toys, drums, fuel, fire safety equipment, whatever you need to be happy in the woods, camping gear, tent, food, drinking water, friends & family, flashlight, sun screen, bathing suit, layers for varying temperatures, love & good vibes. 

Things not to bring: alcohol, dogs, bad vibes. 

As always, this is a LEAVE NO TRACE gathering! 

Please car pool as there is very limited parking! 

These 2 previous topics are VERY IMPORTANT POINTS! 

This is a scout camp located within a beautiful national forest and it's our 1st gathering at this location. It's imperative that we show absolute respect for their beautiful land or we will not be invited back again. We have conveyed to Cutters how wonderful and respectful everyone has been at our past 3 gatherings and that FireDrums is not a rave or party scene. 

Total capacity is strictly capped at 600 attendants by the Cutter Ranger! 

Advanced Purchase Tickets: $40 
*Only the 1st 450 pre-sold tickets are available at this price* 
*The last 150 advanced tickets will be $50* 

On-Sight (Gate) Tickets: $50 
*Only available if FireDrums doesn't sell-out from Advanced Purchase Tickets* 

To purchase tickets and for more info, please go to www.firedrums.org 

Ticket price includes entrance to the gathering, use of all of the features listed above, up to 72 hours of camping, swimming, and lots of fun! By securing the reservation for our exclusive use, we can now put the funds received towards making this an even better experience for everyone at a lower individual cost than past FireDrums gatherings. 

Cutter Scout Reservation 
2500 China Grade Road 
Boulder Creek, CA 95006 

http://www.firedrums.org 

http://firedrums.tribe.net/

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FireDrumsDiscuss

Road map to Cutter Scout Reservation: 
http://www.pacsky.org/camps/csr/...oad_map.pdf
http://tribe.net mutililated the above link.

See ya at FireDrums IV!!! 

burn bright, 
love, laughter & light... 
Vatra & Sky


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# Berkeley Juggling Festival will happen again this year at King
Middle School in Berkeley on 9/29 and 10/1.
http://www.berkeleyjuggling.org/festival2006

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# Fri Sep 29 5:30 pm http://critical-mass.org Justin Herman Plaza Market @ Embarcadero.
Bring your bike, helmet, light, costume, music, fliers, PARTY!
Nice bikes block cross traffic a half block ahead of the mass.
Agro bikes block crosss traffic several bikes ahead of the mass.
Be nice. Don't piss off the cars and they won't seek revenge.
  
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# Sept. 29 - Oct. 1 Inspiring Masculine Presence -- Unleashing Feminine Fire 
http://www.wholebodywisdom.com/workshops/Masculine_Feminine Scott 510-836-2041

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# Sat Sep 30 FIRST QUARTER MOON
 
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Sept 30  8:30am  :Bike ride for World  Vegetarian Day 
Join the fun bike ride for the World Vegetarian Day Celebration !

Members of the OrganicAthlete elite cycling team will lead a bike ride for all ability levels on Saturday, September 30th before World Vegetarian Day begins.  

The ride starts at 8:30am and will meet in front of the County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park (9th Ave & Lincoln Way).  

There will be two groups.  One will ride for an hour at an easy pace through the park and city.  The second will ride for two hours and will head to the Marin headlands.  

Please RSVP to Ben Lyon at hellavelo@yahoo.com or Justin Lucke at justinlucke@yahoo.com.  

Free Saturday admission for the registered bike ride participants.  The Organic Athlete will provide the list of registered participants to WVD organizers.  Check your names at the entrance gate.

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Paint the town green for No on 85 

Keep Teens Safe and Protect Choice.  HELP DEFEAT Prop 85! 

On Sat. 9/30 join us for a NO on Prop 85 Merchant Walk!

Been waiting for a way to get involved in the campaign in a fun and meaningful way?  If so, we've got the perfect volunteer opportunity for you!

Help us paint the town NO on 85 in neighborhoods across San Francisco!

On Sat. Sept. 30th join like-minded activists in asking local SF merchants in highly trafficked neighborhoods to hang NO on Prop 85 window signs in their windows through election day! Covering the town with signs and distributing NO on Prop 85 materials will increase the visibility of the NO on Prop 85 campaign and will heighten awareness about this dangerous initiative. 

Spend a Saturday outdoors and getting exercise with the No on 85 team and help urge San Francisco voters to VOTE NO on PROP 85! 

Meet up Location: 
Saturday September 30th
10:00 am Breakfast and Brief Training
Planned Parenthood Golden Gate 815 Eddy St., 3rd Floor. 
11:00 am Merchant Walk Dispatch

To RSVP click here. 

http://www.ppaction.org/teensafety/events/merchwalk/details.tcl

Planned Parenthood

For more information please call (415) 202-7225.

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#  Sep 30 – Oct 1 World Vegetarian Day Celebration SF
Come to San Francisco, the beautiful city by the Bay, for the 7th 
Annual Award Winning World Vegetarian Day Celebration  
  International Vegan Cuisine
     Healthy Food Demos
     Outstanding Speakers 
     Organic Athlete Conference
     Live Entertainment
     Children's Corner
     Eco-Ville and Eco-Fashion
  Saturday, September 30, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. 
 Sunday, October 1, 10 – 6 p.m.  	
 San Francisco County Fair Building
 Lincoln & 9th Avenue in Golden Gate Park $5 donation
 http://www.sfvs.org   

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# World Vegetarian Day!!!     Golden Gate Park 
 Saturday, September 30 & Sunday, October 1, 2006 10a.m. to 6p.m. 
San Francisco County Fair Building @9th Ave. and Lincoln. 
Featured speakers include:    John Robbins    Dr. Alan Goldhammer 
Howard Lyman    Dr. Joel Fuhrman    Kenneth Williams and more! 
 $5 suggested entrance donation, Kids, students and seniors with ID FREE!! 
Early Bird Special    FREE to everyone before 10:30am 
International Vegan Couisine    Outstanding Speakers 
Eco Fashion Show & Ecoville    Organic Athlete Conference 
Healthy Food Demos  Children's Corner  Live Entertainment  and more... 
 Arrive early for FREE parking on Lincoln Ave 
MUNI #44, 71, N Judah  Vegan Dinner Available 
Saturday @6:30 p.m. +  Live Music by Nellie McKay 
http://www.sfvs.org 
415.273.5481 
 
 
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October 2006

# 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 10am-6pm World Vegetarian Day 9th Ave @ Lincoln
http://sfvs.org SF Co Fair Building, Golden Gate Park.


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


# Tuesday, October 3, 2006 - Sunday, October 8, 2006 8:00 PM
Join us for a relaxing, recharging week of community, fearlessness, and fun. At Hidden Villa Hostel in the Los Altos Hills. Led by comedian and filmmaker Alicia Dattner and singer/songwriter Christina Kowalchuk. 
http://www.monkpunk.org/ArtRetreat.htm dattner @ monkpunk.org


Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit http://www.pixiepoppins.org for details and updates
October 4 Dr. Clara Nicholls AgroEcology, Slow Food
+Raquel Moreno-Penaranda AgroEcology vs. Biotechnology


# Oct 5 The World Can't Wait! Drive Out the Bush Regime!
http://worldcantwait.org   Protest!  The world is on fire!
Now is the time, if you want to stop it, to raise your voice.  Join us October 5th!


# OCTOBER 5: There is a way! There is a day!
http://worldcantwait.net/

Well as some of you might know (maybe all) there is a plan for a "nationwide" protest against 
the fascists in power. This is being organized bz WorldCantWait I think Cascadians should 
get involved.... this group involves people like Gore Vidal... their idea is to stimulate the 
begining of a Colour Revolution like in the Ukraine with its Orange Revolution. I think this is 
a means to get the idea of an Evergreen Revolution in the collective thoughts of 
Cascadians ... so after the coming November election fraud and mostlikely WorldCantWaits 
failure for a full "nationwide" revolution then Cascadians might keep these tools and ideas in 
mind for our Evergreen Revolution (using the ideas from the book "From Dictatorship to 
Democracy" www.hermanos.org/nonviolence/dictodem.html)

WORLD CAN'T WAIT
http://worldcantwait.net


Oct 5 the world can't wait.org
?We're in a situation today that demands a lot of people in this country. We have to create a political situation like that in 1969 where 5,000 people went to jail rather than serve in Vietnam...I was contemplating releasing documents, which could have carried a sentence of 115 years.  Was that too much to take on?  I'd been to Vietnam.  In combat it's very common for people to risk their lives and their bodies for a lie.  Bravery in a bad cause is not uncommon, and often we see it on both sides.  Often both sides are bad causes.  

What we need at home of course is people who will change their lives, risk their careers and their jobs and their relationships with their families and their bosses and their church groups by taking a stronger stand than most people were ready to take; by saying truths that most people were not ready to hear. Without that courage things like this can't be changed.  With it, they may still not be changed, they may fail, but without it, and without mass mobilization there is no chance.? Read more
This is our moment to act. Momentum is gathering.  At worldcantwait.org you can read why Gore Vidal, Ralph Nader, and others are supporting protest on October 5. Recent ads in The New York Times, Chicago Reader, SF Bay Guardian, LA Weekly, and DC?s City Paper, and the first weeks on Air America Radio which you helped place have attracted many thousands.  Last Thursday more than 1300 people met in 50 cities and towns to make plans for October 5th.  
Spread the word. Spread this message. Send all you can today. 
Debra Sweet
National Coordinator
The World Can?t Wait ? Drive Out the Bush Regime


# World Can't Wait - National Day of Protest
 Thursday, October 5, 2006 12:00 PM

 Civic Center Plaza
Polk Street between McAllister and Grove San Francisco, California 94102
 
OCTOBER 5 THURSDAY NOON: SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC CENTER PLAZA: 1. Mass Convergence at the Statue of the Bush Regime, 2. Youth Speak Out� and then MARCHING TO UNION SQUARE

OCTOBER 5 THURSDAY 4PM into the evening: UNION SQUARE, SAN FRANCISCO: MAJOR MASS CONVERGENCE with prominent speakers, performers, and a dramatic People�s Tribunal against George Bush and his entire adminstration on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Trial to be convened in the traditional San Francisco World Can�t Wait huge manner. Will the people find the Bush Regime guilty as charged?

OCTOBER 5-6 ALL NIGHT LONG: 'CAMP WAKE THE FOLK UP!' will continue non-stop as a large diverse crowd vigils all night listening to testimony by victims of the Bush Regime, and by those in resistance against it - and their speakers, poetry, songs - broadcast and podcast from the vigil grounds round-the-clock. People are invited from everywhere to come to join this encampment whatever the hour. As the night unfolds, people will talk, debate, and work together on visions and plans for driving out the Bush Regime and reversing the whole direction it has been taking the country and the world.

OCTOBER 6 FRIDAY 8AM: Press Conference and Rally. Greet the new day with a morning rally, reporting on the historic events of the past 24 hours around the country -- and plans for upcoming days as this mass movement looks ahead to its next steps to drive out the Bush Regime.
 
http://worldcantwait.net


Thu Oct 5 First Thursday free Art Receptions: 49 Geary 5:30-7:30pm
PARTY! 30 galleries in a 5 story building! Also 14 geary. 77 Geary open till 8pm.


Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit http://www.pixiepoppins.org for details and updates
October 5 Claire Cummings Kellogg Institute Columbia Foundation 
Worldwatch Institute + Katy Mamen Ag Innovation


# Please join us for the First Annual Berkeley Sustainability Summit!
The Ecology Center will be hosting this event on Friday, October 6, from 9:00 to 3:00. 
Summit highlights will include a series of brief presentations that will cover the whole range of sustainability projects and efforts currently underway in Berkeley, structured networking, and an all-organic catered lunch.
It is a chance for professionals, activists, and interested parties to:
•	Get exposed to the broad range of local sustainability endeavors,
•	Share your work with a broad cross-section of Berkeley leaders working on companion issues,
•	Develop strategic relationships and cross-pollinate with other innovators between and among sectors,
•	Increase the coordination of diverse efforts that will move Berkeley toward being the most sustainable city in the country, and
•	Reinforce a broadly shared civic passion for a vital, sustainable future.
Details on the location will be forthcoming.
To purchase tickets, contact Carrie Bennett at 510-548-2220 x235
or go to http://www.acteva.com/go/ecologycenter


Fleet Week Friday, October 6 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Fleet Week is the Bay Area's opportunity to pay tribute to the men and women in the Navy and Marines. Visitors will see ships dockside and the legendary Blue Angel planes soar above the San Francisco skyline.


#  October 7.
Nature Walks are held the first Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
 Meet at the bookstore kiosk near the main gate of the San Francisco Botanical Gardens at Strybing Arboretum, 9th Avenue at Lincoln Way.
Darin Dawson of the San Francisco Botanical Garden, who is a plant expert.  Angie Geiger returns in September.
 http://www.sfnature.org


# Hiking, Biking & Equestrian Event, Skyline Ridge, 10/7/06 
 	Saturday, October 7 7:15 AM
Location:	 Sanborn Skyline County Park and MidPeninsula Open Space Pres 
Skyline Boulevard, 1 mile south of Page Mill Road/ Palo Alto / Peninsula
More Info:	 415-561-2595 http://www.ridgetrail.org/calendar/detail.cfm
Join the Bay Area Ridge Trail Council for it's first-ever "Ridge Trail Cruz" on Saturday, October 7, 2006. 

Hikers may choose to go on a 13-mile hike, or up to 26 miles. A bus will shuttle hikers south to a Santa Clara County Park or MROSD’s Saratoga Gap so they can hike north on the return. There are five mountain bike options in MROSD preserves for participants. Outings suitable for children are also available, and equestrians are welcome. Rest stops, water, snacks, a detailed map, and outing leaders are provided, plus bus transportation for hikers. The fee is $30. 
Attendance is limited to 80 hikers and 50 cyclists, plus family groups. 

Start time depends on the event. By joining the optional CruzAthon, participants can raise funds through pledges and receive special gifts. Event proceeds will benefit the Bay Area Ridge Trail Council’s efforts to complete the proposed 500-mile trail. 

To Sign Up, please visit http://www.ridgetrail.org  or call (415) 561-2595. Advance registration is required. 

Volunteers Welcome! The Council welcomes volunteers to work at rest stops along the route on the day of 
the event, or to assist with other preparations. Please contact Robin Drysdale, the Council’s Volunteer 
Coordinator at (415) 561-2595. 

About the Ridge Trail: The Bay Area Ridge Trail, when completed, will be a 500-mile trail encircling the San 
Francisco Bay along the ridge tops, and open to hikers, equestrians, mountain bicyclists, and outdoor 
enthusiasts of all types. So far, 300 miles of trail have been dedicated for use by Bay Area residents, now 
and forever. 

The Bay Area Ridge Trail Council is the nonprofit organization that plans, acquires, builds, maintains, 
and promotes the Ridge Trail. 
http://www.ridgetrail.org


# Red Bull Air Race San Francisco Saturday, October 7, 2006 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
 Aquatic Park -- Hyde Street Pier San Francisco, California
 Like a slalom race, but for airplanes, and over the Bay. Zoom! Buzz! Whee!
 http://redbullairrace.com/race.php?id=15


1st Annual Canine Film Festival
 Saturday, October 7, 2006 - Sunday, October 8, 2006
 Castro Theater 429 Castro St @ Market, San Francisco , California 94114


# Decompression 2006
Burning Man Presents the 7th annual Decompression HEAT THE STREET FaIRE!

SUNDAY October 8th Indiana St.
bet. Mariposa and 22nd St

Starts at 12pm SHARP til 12 am
12 hrs of art on 6 blocks and a new chill-out park!
Most sound ends at 10pm on street; we hope to go until 11pm at Mariposa St. Stage

Main Entrance: 19th and Minnesota Shine or Rain
$10 donation in Black Rock Couture; $20 in streetwear
All ages outdoors (kids under 12 free)
21+ inside Cocomo (closes 1:30 am)
 
This will be our best Decom yet with the newly formed BM Special Events Team, a newly rennovated park and an expanded block... BUT it could be our last year at this site...IF we don't all work together Playa style to help.

Here's what to DO!
* Come at noon to enjoy a full day of art, theme camps, music, circus, puppetry, fire art, marching bands and more! Don't miss any of it!
* Take public transportation, bicycle or park in the UCSF lot just 3 blocks away at 16th and 3rd St (see map) or on Illinois St.
* Express yourself in your finest playa pageantry!
* Volunteer! Contact: Firekitty@burningman.com today to join our team!
* Share your art/theme camp/performance. E-mail Flambelounge@burningman.com
* Bring your playa imagery (VHS/slides/CD ROMS) to the Visual Check Point inside Cafe Cocomo, or email us.

Here's how to SAVE Decom!
* Respect the Dogpatch neighborhood, our home for 7 years
* Tread lightly on our beautiful new park...no stakes, no unleashed dogs, no vehicles of ANY kind in the park
* Enter and leave the neighborhood very very quietly!
* Dont park in driveways or on Minnesota Street
* Dont bring renegade sound systems or unauthorized fire art. None!
* Refrain from drumming and making noise after 10pm--ANYWHERE
* LEAVE NO TRACE! Pick up any trash and help us recycle
http://burningman.com/blackrockcity_yearround/special_events/decompression/decom2006.html
<http://burningman.com/blackrockcity_yearround/special_events/decompression/decom2006.html>


#  10/11-NATIONAL COMING OUT DAY


Creative Commons Salon SF Wednesday, October 11, 2006
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM shine 1337 Mission Street
 The CC Salon is a monthly event focused on building a community of artists and developers around Creative Commons licenses, standards, and technology. The first event is set for San Francisco with intention for the idea to replicate in other locations internationally. Have look at All Salons around the world ...
 The format for each event is to encourage loose networking amongst participants with 2-3 brief presentations from individuals and groups developing interesting projects that relate to the Creative Commons.
 http://creativecommons.org/salon


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


# Oct. 13- 14- 15: Seattle: sexual freedom conference
 http://www.lovethatworks.org 


# October 14, Saturday afternoon:  NUDE PEACE DAY
at Baker Beach, San Francisco. Details forthcoming.
 For details and/or last-minute  updates , please visit: 
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nakity   or simpler yet,
send blank email to nakity-subscribe@yahoogroups.com


# Saturday, October 14th from 10 PM to 5 AM) for  the underground party of the fall in San Francisco.  A fantastic space, great people, a dancefloor that will not stop, an incredible soundsystem, and sounds that will transform you into a supercharged mass of kinetic energy all night long!
We have Chicago House Legend Roy Davis Jr of Large Records and Ubiquity Records, local sensation JT Donaldson of Om Records and Gallery Music, Homero Espinosa, Eric Sharp, and Ryan D. housing it up in the Soul Stompers room.  Breaking it down in the Bass Invaders room will be Space Cowboys' dancefloor demolitionist Mancub along with Lachlan, Native Intelligence, and Mycho Cocoa.  
Call 415-412-0406 the night of for details.  You'll be glad you did.  :) See you on the dancefloor!


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


Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit http://www.pixiepoppins.org for details and updates
October 19 Anna Lappé Food Activist author of GRUB, and Hope’s Edge
+ Shrereen D’souza Sustaining Ourselves Locally (SOL)



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


Oct 25 Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit http://www.pixiepoppins.org for details and updates
October 25 Temra Costa CAFF, Oakland + Dr. Christy Getz Cooperative Extension Specialist


Oct 26 Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit http://www.pixiepoppins.org for details and updates
October 26 Kat Harrison Ethnobotanist + Laura Smailes Clinical Herbalist


nov 9  Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit http://www.pixiepoppins.org for details and updates
November 9 Dr. Ann Thrupp Fetzer and Bonterra Vineyards

November 15 Heather Coburn Flores Founder of Food not Lawns and HOPE Farm
Author of Food not Lawns + Nora Maccoby Film-maker

November 30 Sibella Krauss SAGE, AgParks on the Urban Edge
+Anya Fernald Slow Food Presidia

December 8 Dr. Heather Willams
Food Politics in Mexico, Pomona College Student Organic Farm
+ Christine Ahn Food Justice, Korea

Please join us for one or all or these lively sessions. Each set of talks will be followed by a convivial reception, discussion and opportunity for conversation between attendees.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT http://WWW.PIXIEPOPPINS.ORG



# SWORDS TO PLOWSHARES http://www.stp-sf.org http://SwordstoPlowshares.org 
10th Annual Veterans Day Dinner and Silent Auction, Nov 9 Nikko Hotel SF $150
per person for a delicious dinner for yourself or a gift to others! tax deduction to you.  

 
# 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 2nd 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 art PARTY!
30 galleries in a 5 story building. Also 14 geary and 77 Geary till 8pm.



 

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Breast Cancer Action
A national grassroots education and advocacy organization located in San Francisco, California.
Working to identify and prevent environmental causes of breast cancer.
(Dioxin, PVCs, PBDEs, pesticides, incinerators)
http://www.bcaction.org


Breast Cancer Prevention - The Breast Cancer Fund
The Breast Cancer Fund is the only national non-profit organization whose sole focus is to identify -- and advocate for elimination of -- environmental and ... causes of breast cancer.
http://www.breastcancerfund.org


"Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice 
of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of 
increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror 
to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in 
fear."      ~ Harry S. Truman

 
 
important events: http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php
fun events: http://laughingsquid.com/squidlist/events   (new)
http://laughingsquid.com/squidlist/calendar   (old)  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 390 27th St Oakland between Broadway and Telegraph
http://www.mpjc.org/ongoing.html Marin Peace and Justice Center
http://peaceandjustice.org Palo Alto Peace and Justice Center
Berkeley and Oakland political events
http://lists.riseup.net/www/arc/pbnberkeley/2006-08
http://www.sfbg.com events, art receptions, music, film, etc.
http://marinrawfood.org Monthly Raw Food Potlucks (san rafael)
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.