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SF events 5.15   All Diamonds are Blood Diamonds 

Tuesday May 15
7PM All Diamonds Are Blood Diamonds
7:30PM Book Event with Staff Sergeant Camilo Mejía
Wednesday May 16
8AM Join: Hunger Strike! No More Nukes Production in...
9AM CA Healthy Pets Act Hearing! Transportation...
	6:30PM XL Terrestrials present Transmigration Of Cinema
7PM All Diamonds are Blood Diamonds Event with...
7PM Annual SF Political Trivia Contest
7PM Awakening Minds, Awakening Hearts Lecture Series
7PM United for Peace General Meeting
9PM Free Film: Rabbit-Proof Fence
More Events...

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Tue May 15  Don't pump gas on may 15th
EXTRA CREDIT: do not pump gas the next day or the next week.
MORE CREDIT: walk, bike, carpool, consolidate your errands. 
THINK more.   Consume less.

Thu, May 17: FREE Bike to Work Day - free goodies & treats for bike riders (6:30 am)
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Mark Fiore: Pentagon Film Festival   BE SURE to click on NEXT to see many more cartoons.

Nude beaches (California)
Our updated guide to places to strip by the shore
By Gary Hanauer

For more nude beaches, please check out our official guide, which is in
the process of being updated.

"Plastic Ocean" by S. Casey, Best Life Magazine, May 2007

Sucralose Being Sold As Insecticide. AVOID Sucralose Nutrasweet Splenda Aspartame.
Pituitary and Thyroid damage, plus damage to Central Nervous System, and weight gain to boot! 

Tokyo warnings pre 9/11 

Update: Silverstein Family Were All "Running Late" On 9/11

"They who can give up essential liberty for temporary
safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." --Benjamin Franklin

When Bush Took Office, Gas Was $1.46 A Gallon


Mission Tree Care - May 12 - Ellyn Shea x102
Mission Basin Expansion - May 19 - Mei Ling Hui x110
Marina Tree Care - May 19 - Ellyn Shea x102
561 6890    Friends of the Urban Forest


Tue May 15

NO GAS...On May 15th 2007
Don't pump gas on may 15th April 1997, there was a "gas out" conducted nationwide in protest of gas prices. Gasoline prices dropped 30 cents a gallon overnight.
On May 15th 2007, all internet users are to not go to a gas station in protest of high gas prices. Gas is now over $3.00 a gallon in most places.
There are 73,000,000+ American members currently on the internet network, and the average car takes about 30 to 50 dollars to fill up.
If all users did not go to the pump on the 15th, it would take
$2,292,000,000.00 (that's almost 3 BILLION) out of the oil companys pockets for just one day, so please do not go to the gas station on May 15th and lets try to put a dent in the Middle Eastern oil industry for at least one day.
If yo u agree (which I cant see why you wouldnt) resend this to all your contact list. With it saying, ''Don't pump gas on May 15th"
EXTRA CREDIT: do not pump gas the next day or the next week.
MORE CREDIT: walk, bike, carpool, consolidate your errands. 
THINK more.   Consume less.

David Wolfe coming to SF May 15 for Chocolate Party!!!
Here's an extraordinary event that my friend Andrea is coordinating. It is our joy and pleasure to invite you to what is manifesting to be the most synchronistically fantastic raw-chocolate and superhero health event ever to come to San Francisco! We feel immensely blessed and thrilled to be facilitating this opportunity for not only marvelous healing, but most importantly, thriving aliveness and fun! DJ Mycho "Hot" Cocoa will be providing drizzling chocolate love vibrations to keep your body moving into the night.
David Wolfe Speaks On:
The world’s most powerful detox solution—
Raw Chocolate Extravaganza to follow!
San Francisco, Tuesday, May 15, 7:30-11pm
Fort Mason Conference Center (Building A)
Investment in your health - $10
Here is the link for flier_May_15_SF.tif:
Come learn about the healing power of exquisite food and super nutrition with our host, David "Avocado" Wolfe, the internationally renowned health and nutrition expert, as he discusses a cutting-edge, revolutionary new way to detoxify our bodies and experience the best levels of health ever. This is a rare opportunity to hang out with David and ask him YOUR questions in person!
Throughout this incredible download we will be feasting on an abundance of the best, most lovingly prepared Sacred Heart Chocolates, products, fresh cold superfood cacao smoothies, SuperChef Elaina Love's goodies, WildBars, and more! Following the lecture the amazing super-DJ, Mycho Cocoa will be spinning the best tunes ever as superhero connections are made and danced into infinite raw-chocolate bliss!
This will be an extraordinary evening overflowing with an abundance of learning, inspiration, opportunity, empowerment, and LOVE! It makes no difference at what level of your healing journey you perceive yourself to be, it will be a true blessing to share in your presence! Looking forward to loving you there!

THE "ONSET" ART OPENING/ SF - 5.15.07 Gallery 1988 presents
Opening Night Reception for "The Onset" Tuesday, May 15, 2007  7-10PM. 
@ Gallery 1988 1173 Sutter Street (at Polk) (415) 409-1376
The reception is open to all ages and free of charge.

 All Diamonds Are Blood Diamonds Tuesday May 15 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Humanist Hall, 390 - 27th St., Oakland (between Broadway and Telegraph)

Tue May 15 at 7 pm 
Pools for Berkeley is exploring the idea to build an aquatic center, possibly at the site of the former Adult School on University -- that would be heated, open year-round, have a circular slide, a jacuzzi, and other bells and whistles for kids and adults. We'd like to incorporate as many "green-building" practices as possible (solar, etc.)
There'll be a meeting to hear and discuss possibilities. Please come and
contribute your ideas! Tue May 15 at 7 pm 
North Berkeley Senior Center 1901 Hearst @ MLK
For more info:

FREE Personal Evolution Intro | Tuesday Night Full Details:
What: Introduction to Personal Evolution
When: Tuesday,  May 15th,  7:00pm to 9:30pm
Where:The Arete Center for Excellence in SF
Have you found "personal development" to be incomplete?  Have you found "transformation" to be lacking in its ability to last in your life? The perhaps you are ready for Personal Evolution...
Is there something stopping you from reaching your full potential? Something elusive you can’t quite identify? Do you experience something in the way of you having the kind of life you want and deserve? Does fear, anger, sadness, shame, guilt or for some, even grief, weigh you down unnecessarily? Do you often take things personally? Do you find yourself acting in reaction against, or in continuation of the patterns your parents demonstrated?
You would like to be free from significantly negative emotional events from your past? Truly free—to such a degree you are even grateful for them? Would you like to have a greater understanding of the power of your mind and the minds of those around you?
Have you attended personal development events and found them useful, but ultimately unfulfilling? Have you experienced “transformation”, but found it ultimately unpredictable or unsustainable without a rigorous community?
Would you be interested in freeing up so much of your essence that you were able live your life’s purpose—and prosper from it?
If you answered yes to any of that, join me for this free event.
Full Details:
In Service and In Evolution, Jason ---
Jason D. McClain     |     Evolutionary Guide™     |    I.D.E.A. | 415/261.2867 | liberate at

Tues/15, 7-10pm Gallery 1988: SF 1173 Sutter; 409-1376. Tues-Sat, noon-7pm. "The Indie," group show celebrating alternative press artists. Through Sat/12. "The Onset," group show (reception  

TUESDAY MAY 15: Circus Skillshare Night Station 40: 3030B 16th St @ Mission / Valencia
Learn, practice, or teach the circus skills you've always wanted. Unicycles, things to juggle, and piano provided. 
7:00-10:00, always free. 

Wed May 16

reception May 16, 6-9pmStudent Center Art Gallery San Francisco State University, César Chávez Student Union, 1650 Holloway; 338-2580. Tues-Thurs, 9am-9pm; Fri, 9am-midnight. "Technê: Crafting Through Concept," group design show  

Wed May 16 9pm  Station 40: 3030B 16th St @ Mission / Valencia
WEDNESDAY MAY 16: Free Movie Night-- Rabbit-Proof Fence 
This is the true story of Molly Craig, a young Aborigine girl who leads her younger sister and cousin in an escape from a government camp, set up as part of an official government policy to train them as domestic workers and integrate them into white society. With grit and determination Molly guides the girls on an epic journey, one step ahead of the authorities, over 1,500 miles of Australia's harsh outback in search of the rabbit-proof fence that bisects the continent and will lead them home. These three girls are part of what is referred to today as the 'Stolen Generations.' 
9:00, always free.
After this week, Free Movie Night will be on Thursdays and may soon include a potluc

Thu May 17

Thu, May 17: FREE Bike to Work Day - free goodies & treats for bike riders (6:30 am)
Bike To Work Day- the biggest bike holiday of the year- is this Thursday May 17th.
Stop by one of the 24 Energizer Stations below to load up on coffee, snacks, and free bike gear.
Plus you get this ultra-stylish reusable bag for groceries and books.
Save the date and time, so you don’t miss out.
--Morning Stations -- 7:30AM - 9:30 AM.
Bernal / Mission: Cesar Chavez at Route 101 Bicycle Underpass
City College: Phelan Campus (8-10AM)
Civic Center: City Hall, Polk Street Steps
Downtown: Market at Battery(7:30-2PM)
Embarcadero: Bike Hut (Pier 40)
Inner Richmond: Cabrillo at Arguello
Inner Sunset: Irving at 7th Avenue
Mid-Market: Market at 12th Street
Mission: Valencia at 17th Street
Presidio: Main Post, Halleck & Lincoln (6:30-9:30AM)
SF State: 19th Avenue at Holloway (8-10AM)
SOMA: Caltrain (4th and King)
SOMA: Folsom at 7th Street
UCSF: Medical Center, Irving at 2nd Avenue
UCSF: Mission Bay, 16th at 4th Street
UCSF: Mt. Zion, Divisadero at Post
Veritable Vegetable: Cesar Chavez at 3rd Street
Western Addition: Kaiser Hospital, Geary at St. Joseph’s
--Evening Stations --- 5PM - 7PM.
Castro: Duboce Bikeway at Market
Embarcadero: Bikestation, Embarcadero BART
Mission: Valencia at 17th Street
SOMA: Caltrain, 4th and King
SOMA: Howard at 8th Street
Upper Haight: Panhandle, Fell and Masonic 

An evening of social networking, creativity & big-picture thinking
[5:30] Non-profit networking w/ the Craigslist Foundation 
[7:30] Interactive Art with Exploratorium & SFZero
TEENAGERS (Chronicle Books)
[9-11pm] Music, DJs & more w/ Ren the Vinyl Archeologist (True Skool) 

Thu May 17 6pm UAS Green Movie Night -5/17- Earth Walls & Placemaking
Urban Alliance for Sustainability Green Movie Night
 Earth Walls: Cob and Straw Bale Construction in Wisconsin
& Placemaking: An Antidote to Sprawl
 Thursday, May 17 doors @ 6pm, movie @ 6:30, discussion to follow
 Little Roxie Theater 3125 16th St @ Valencia / Guererro
more details:
Come absorb some of the most insightful films, documentaries and commentaries across a wide spectrum of relevant topics of today and tomorrow. Urban Alliance for Sustainability's Green Movie Night provides a casual space for you to meet others in the local sustainability movement and encourages lively, open discussion. Local organizations working on the theme of the month participate in a Q/A discussion with the goal of creating effective collaborations and solutions. Afterwards, conversation continues down the block at Elixir (, a Green-Certified business offering Green Movie Night attendees $1 off any organic beer, wine or mixed drink with your ticket stub.
Movie Night Details:
Doors open at 6pm, speakers and film start at 6:30pm. Seating is limited and we'll start promptly so you are encouraged to come early. Admission is $8 or $4 for students/seniors, payable at the Roxie box office two doors down.
This month UAS is honored to co-host Green Movie Night with special guests Odin Zackman of Dig In and Katrina Zavalney of City Repair (
Movie Description:
Earth Walls: Cob and Straw Bale Construction in Wisconsin
Organizers, entrepreneurs, and community volunteers at Madison's Willy St. Co-op and in rural Wisconsin build with cob for a community place-making project. Participants celebrate the fun of natural building and talk about how to change conventional construction so that similar projects can catch on in cities. Includes demonstrations of foundations, cob mixing and wall-building, and lime plastering.
Placemaking: An Antidote to Sprawl
Placemaking--local efforts involving residents, city government, the business community, and other stakeholders to identify and revitalize underutilized public spaces--can provide a framework for design improvements that will transform a community's public spaces into a network of vital, comfortable community places. The process upgrades existing public spaces through small-scale, short-term projects such as traffic calming, pedestrian improvements and street furniture. In partnership with Livable Oregon, The Project for Public Spaces conducted placemaking workshops in cities and towns across the state of Oregon, and this 15-minute video uses these towns as case studies to illustrate the principles of placemaking.
About Urban Alliance for Sustainability (UAS):
UAS seeks to integrate and inspire the sustainability movement in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. By returning focus to solutions instead of problem statements, UAS hopes to activate the energy of those individuals and organizations that are feeling overwhelmed or helpless in this currently unsustainable world. For more information or to get involved, visit

Young People United:  Resisting War, Resisting Violence  Thu May 17th
6pm: Free dinner for youth 7-8:30pm: Program—Everyone welcome!  
Humanist Hall  411- 28th St Oakland  (Near Broadway, 19th St. BART)
Join Bay Area youth and community activists for an inspiring evening featuring:
Camilo Mejía, Iraq War Veteran and Conscientious Objector 
discussing his new book The Road from ar Ramadi ,
The premier screening of a video by the Youth Action Team 
of Alternatives to War through Education, 
Pablo Paredes, spoken word, music, food and more.
More Money For Education, Not For War and Aggressive Military Recruiting!
No More Violence in our Streets—US Out of the Middle East!
$5-20 donation requested of adults, Free for youth. Wheelchair accessible. 
For more information call Aurora 510-914-4678, or email alternatives2war at

Thu, May 17, 6pm Safe is Sexy Gala The Ritz-Carlton 600 Stockton St. San Francisco
Planned Parenthood Golden Gate's annual evening of safe, sexy fun at the Ritz Carlton includes a cocktail reception and dinner.  Enjoy delicious hors d'oeuvres, wine tasting from local vineyards and top shelf cocktails at the reception.   Dinner will take place in the ballroom with keynote speaker Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.  Get your picture taken in a King size bed or shop for sexy items in a silent auction, including a romantic weekend in Tuscany. The live auction features a dinner for ten prepared by Jardiniere’s award-winning chef, Traci des Jardins, in your own home! This event is a fun and elegant way to celebrate and support reproductive freedom.
Why: To celebrate reproductive freedom and support Planned Parenthood Golden Gate services .
How much: Tickets start at $250, tables start at $5,000.
Order online or call.
For more information contact:
Planned Parenthood Golden Gate

May 17 - 19 - Burning Man Fire Arts Expo    ?

May 17-20 South West regional burn!
  Dark Skies - The Singularity Event will be held  on Roach  Lake

Fri May 18

Joshua Tree Music Festival, May 18-20, 2007

Green Yoga Conference! May 18-20 
Mount Madonna Center in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

"Yoga for Health" May 18-20, 2007 Yoga Therapy Conference @ Peacock Gap Country Club
World-renown Yoga Masters and Research Professionals gather in San Rafael, CA at the 2nd Annual International  Whole Earth Fest UC Davis 3rd Wknd May. Sustainable World Symposium 2nd Wknd?

Sat May 19

Heron Watch 2007
We have five active Great Blue Heron nests at Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park. Thirteen chicks occupy these nests. The chicks range in age from four to six weeks. They fledge (learn to fly and leave the nest) at about ten weeks. 
Come and see these magnificent birds for the final two Saturdays of our program, May 12 and 19, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Naturalist-led Nature Walk to see all the nesting birds starts at 10:30 at the observation site and concludes at noon. Follow the sign at the boathouse to the SF Nature Education observation site. Heron Watch is free of charge. As a non-profit, a suggested donation of $10 is appreciated.

Love & Devotion - Sat May19th- Androcell,Barak,Waterjuice,Cybervixen+ SF, CA All Ages $20

Sat May 19 DeathGuild-Thunderdome Fundraiser 18 and over full bar. 9pm till 3am
Area 51 Alameda CA 

Sun May 20 Bay To Breakers 3rd Sunday in May
Sun, 5/20	Bay To Breakers 2007 8am Howard St to Golden Gate Park.

Sun, May 20: FREE (to watch or to sneak in) Bay to Breakers wacky costume race across SF (8:00 am)
starts on Spear Street by Embarcadero / Misson / Market Down HAYES street to FELL into GG PARK.
Much activity along Panhandle, and on JFK dr. in park, into polo fields

protest 5/20, 12:00-1:30 at KFC/Taco Bell, Duboce & Guerrero. Please RSVP at
Helping out is very easy and fun, all you have to do is hold a sign 
if you're not comfortable with flyering or talking to people. And 
it's extremely gratifying, knowing you have reached thousands of 
people and helped countless animals.
For details on the campaign, visit 

Mon May 21

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Upcoming Green Working Group Meetings:
3/5, 3/19, 4/2, 4/16, 5/7, 5/21, 6/4 6:30 PM to 8:30 pm @ BMHQ
Toll free number: 1-800-416-8128 Participant Code #110483
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Greening Burning Man meeting- Monday @ 6:30pm 1st & 3rd Mondays
BMHQ West Side of 3rd St, Just south of 16th St, 
SW corner of 3rd @ 16th is Snowdrift. South of that is a Parking Lot. South of that is BMHQ
Enter the Parking lot between SNOWDRIFT and BMHQ and use door to BMHQ that is in the parkinglot.
and our Burning Man festival is going greener and greener... next mtg:
Green Working Group (GWG) Meeting - Monday May 21, 2007 6:30pm-8:30pm (we meet every other Monday) Two other events coming up soon are:
Mon, May 21, 7:30pm: The Dance of Relationships: Lead vs. Control - Follow vs. Collapse
Tue, May 22, 7pm: Embodied Empowerment Evening

Tue May 22

Repairing California Democracy: Challenges and Solutions
 Tuesday, May 22, 2007 Noon to 1:30 p.m. Light lunch will be provided
 Library and Courts Building I 5th Floor 914 Capitol Mall  Sacramento, California 95814
 Featuring: Steven Hill  Director, Political Reform Program  
New America Foundation Author: "10 Steps to Repair American Democracy"
   There is a widening breach between most of the 35 million people residing in California and the fewer than 9 million who actually vote. Seven million Californians are eligible to vote but for one reason or another don’t bother. A small group of frequent voters -- who are richer, whiter, older and hold different opinions on education, social spending, Prop.13, and more compared to their nonvoting neighbors -- form the majority that decides which candidates win and which ballot measures pass.
   Thus, two Californias have emerged -- a small group that votes and an even larger group that does not, with only one side electing political leaders who divide up the pie. The crucial challenge for California’s future is, how do we open up our political system so that it turns the non-voters into voters, and appeals to the broad interests of all Californians? What political reforms will allow California to realize its promise? Will redistricting reform accomplish it?  If not, what other reforms are needed?
   Please RSVP to bustamante @ or call 916-448-5189 if you have any questions. 
   New America Foundation is an independent, nonpartisan public policy institute based in Sacramento and Washington, DC.  With generous support from the James Irvine Foundation, its purpose is to bring exceptionally promising new voices and ideas to the fore of our nation's—and California’s—public discourse. More information is available at
   The University of California Center Sacramento (UCCS) Scholar Intern Program is a visionary opportunity for UC students to have professional experiences and skill-building opportunities while they live, intern, and conduct research in California's capital.

Thu May 24

ARTworkSF 49 Geary, suite 215; Tues-Sat, noon-5:30pm. "Fired, Forged, and Fabricated," 3-D art group show. Through Sat/12. "Breaking the Ice," group show (reception May 24, 5:30-7:30pm). May 15-June 3.

Fri May 25

Fri, May 25: FREE Sunset Concert Series with Dave Martin's House Party @ Pier 39 (5:30 pm)

Slide into Summer 6th Annual - Raindance and Slide
2007-05-25 9:00 PM    Location: Mighty SF    119 Utah @ 15th St, one block East of Potrero
Rainance is joining forces once again with Slide to celebrate and elevate the vibe and the onset of summer.
  we will be going off to make an already cool venue with an underground vibe even cooler and decked out
 in a virtual aquatic wonderland 
We will be raffleing off a pair of tickets for the Raindance Campout as well, a $250 value - 5$ raffle tickets
  the profit form this will be donated to baby hazel 
the winning ticket to be posted at the coat-check @ 2am 
Friday, May 25th   Dax & Raindance Present   The 6th Annual   SLIDE INTO SUMMER
with the exclusive west coast appearance of:
JUSTIN LONG (.dotbleep, no assembly firm - chicago)
 and fresh from Lightning In A Bottle:
 GODDESS ALCHEMY PROJECT (Live!) 10pm, not to be missed ! (open source soul floetics)
 with an all star supporting cast:
 LANCE DESARDI (om records, landshark)
 MANCUB (space cowboys)
 AUDIOVOID (muti music)
LITTLE JOHN (raindance, slide)
MOZAIC (raindance, nexus)
WORTHY (dirty bird records)
AARON JAE (evil breaks)
SAMO (esdjco)
DFUNKT (beats brigade)
ELIAS (subgrinden)
 Live painting by Spencer
 @ Mighty, 119 utah st 9pm to 5am $5 before 11pm, $15 after
Gemini Birthdays get in 2 for 1 after 11pm - Happy Birthday Liz & Bess!

Sat May 26

ANON SALON   sustains   MEMORY LAPS    
A Memoriabilial Recycling of Amazing Moments! SATURDAY, May 26, 2007
@ ANON GALLERY 285 9th Street (@ Folsom) in SF
10pm UNTIL LATE! Suggestive Donations:
$10 before 10:30/ $15 wide awake/ $20 half asleep
~ DELACHAUX (Dark Kabaret) [link] 
~ LAZY SLAVE (Dustfish, Anon) 
~ DONNA MATRIX (Newsbreakz) [link] VS.
~ LITTLE JOHN (Raindance) [link] 
~ BENCHUN (False Profit) [link]
~ PLEASURE MAKER (Afro-Beat Latin-Lounge) [link]
~ AUDIOVOID (Layerz/Muti Music) [link] 
~ Poster Heads by JOEL ELROD [link]
~ Mondo-Masks by SCOTT SEIDMAN [link] 
See yourself projected large!
~ Miniature Memories/ JOEGH BULLOCK
~ Stuff from the Attic: Videos by RADIA
~ AirBrush Liquid Skin Zone/ CLAY CHOLLAR [link]
~ FantaMannequins/ LAEL, ROBIN & PAMELA
All new dance floor and decked out look!
~ Karaoke Cantina/ 409 CREW
~ Sparkle Zone / DEE DEE RUSSELL [link]
~ TaKeela Truffles / ZoECACAo [link]
~ Guardian @ the Gate - ISAAC ARRGH!
~ LIGHTN' WIRE [link]
& More!

Sun May 27

May 27 SUNSET + STOMPY summer kick-off
let's get this Summer started... SUNSET + STOMPY ~ Memorial Day Weekend
Sun May 27  Cafe Cocomo. 650 Indiana St. at Mariposa - San Francisco
2pm -2am Outdoor Beats and BBQ from 2pm - 8pm 21+ ID $10 b4 5pm, $20 after 
 DJs:   GALEN   J-BIRD   SOLAR   TASHO   DERON   + special guest
DJ RAUL BELMANS of SWIRL PEOPLE (Aroma Recordings - Belgium)
visual delights by: SLIDE & SPIN 

Thu May 31

You're Invited: Abundance League 5/31 @ 6pm
Spring is a time of abundant beauty and possibility.
Come refresh yourself in the garden of conviviality,
support, exploration, and purpose that attendees
voluntarily create for each other at Abundance League.
And as always, please come prepared to tell us about
your passions, discuss your needs, and share your gifts
so that members of the community can support each other
in building the lives we want to live.
This month we meet Thursday, May 31st at 6:00pm.
We hope to see you then! Abundantly yours, Neal White Arrow & Maritza
What:    The Abundance League Monthly Gathering
When:   Thursday, May 31st 6:00-10:00pm
Where:  Doris and Harald's place
            1168 Folsom Street - Unit # 304
            Call 415.861.6445 if you have trouble finding the meeting
            or getting in the building
6:00 - 7:00 -  mingle
7:00 - 7:45 -  announcements
7:45 - 8:00 -  break
8:00 - 10:00 - nosh, mingle, exchange support
Note:  You're welcome to come to any portion of the meeting.
Friends!  And healthy food or drink for the potluck.


Entertainment for the Whole Family.  Strawberry Shortcake by Bakesale Betty.  YMCA Healthy Family Activities.
Saturday, June 2, 2007 10 am to 3 pm, Center St @ MLK
Heavenly Strawberry Shortcake by Bakesale Betty, organic whipped cream from Straus Family Creamery, and organic fair trade coffee.
10:00 am - Big Tadoo Puppet Crew - puppet circus of sustainability (Set 1.)
10:30 am - Young Fiddlers - from the School of String Improvisation (Berkeley)
11:00 am - Big Tadoo Puppet Crew - puppet circus of sustainability (Set 2.)
11:30 am - World Harmony Chorus - vocal music from around the world
12 noon - Family Hip Hop - from the Downtown Berkeley YMCA
12:30 pm - Big Tadoo Puppet Crew - puppet circus of sustainability (Set 3.)
1:00 pm - EarthCapades Environmental Vaudeville - juggling, unicycling, & comedy
2:00 pm - Nigerian Brothers - led by master musician Babá Ken Okulolo (bandleader: Kotoja & the West African Highlife Band)
Bouncy castle, baby goats, costume-making, and crafts!
Accessibility: one block from Downtown Berkeley BART, bike parking, public parking, wheelchair accessible.
For more information, Call 510/548-3333 or visit HTTP://WWW.ECOLOGYCENTER.ORG/BFM

SPRINGLOADED FASHION SHOW/ SF - 6.02.07 @ Cyclone Warehouse
1842 Illinois St. @ Marin St. SF, CA 94142   (one block SE from 3rd and Ceasar)
 8PM- 2AM $5 before 9PM - $15 after.

Flambé Lounge Takes to the Street June 2nd Day and Night!!
 Saturday, June 2nd, 2007 Burning Man Flambé Lounge
In front of and inside Mighty 119 Utah Street (at 15th St), San Francisco
Day and Night (probably 3pm to 4am--details TBA)
THEME CAMPS, ART CARS, ARTISTS and PERFORMERS SHOULD REGISTER NOW !!!! to get involved!  Submission Deadlines: April 30th for Fire and May 11th for everything else. Sooner the better to ensure your place!
Subscribe now to the best source of SF burner info: We’ll put a more detailed call out there soon with other ways to participate…also bookmark 

Sat June 2 Koinonea presents 2 0 1 2 Yellow Cosmic Sun

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Greening Burning Man meeting- Monday @ 6:30pm 1st & 3rd Mondays
BMHQ West Side of 3rd St, Just south of 16th St, 
SW corner of 3rd @ 16th is Snowdrift. South of that is a Parking Lot. South of that is BMHQ
Enter the Parking lot between SNOWDRIFT and BMHQ and use door to BMHQ that is in the parkinglot.
and our Burning Man festival is going greener and greener... next mtg:
Green Working Group (GWG) Meeting - Monday June 4, 2007 6:30pm-8:30pm (we meet every other Monday)
June 8 & 9,10 F/Sa/Su - Health & Harmony Festival @ Sonoma Co. Fairgrounds Second Weekend in June, Santa Rosa

June 10 - Haight Street Fair  Sunday.

June 15th - 17th Gemini Free Outdoor Festival 20+ Live Acts 30+ Djs and More...

June 16 - Burning Man BBQ-A-Newbie Picnic

JUNE 16–17 North Beach Festival Washington Square Park, 1200-1500 blocks of Grant and adjacent streets; 989-2220,

JUNE 16–17 SF Free Folk Festival San Francisco City College, North Gym, 50 Phelan, SF;

JUNE 17–AUG 19 Stern Grove Music Festival Stern Grove, 19th Ave and Sloat, SF;

JUNE 20–24 Sonoma-Marin Fair Petaluma Fairgrounds, Petaluma;

JUNE 21     SUMMER SOLSTICE      -    Longest DAY of the YEAR

June 22,23,24 Booneville, CA (Medocino County) Sierra Nevada World Music Festival


Jun 23  Dyke March Dolores Park between 18th and 20th streets, SF; (415) 241-8882,  Rally at 3pm; march at 7pm, free.

June 23 & 24 - SF Pride Civic Center, Larkin between Grove and McAllister; 864-FREE,


Jul 7 Sex Worker Film and Arts Festival at Roxie Cinema 16th St @ Valencia/ Guererro

July 11 - Desert Art Preview

)'( What: "BBQ A NEWBIE" Pic-i-nic. )'( 
*Where: Pioneer Log Cabin, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.
*When: SATURDAY JUNE 16th, 2007, 11am-6pm.
*How: By Car, Bike, Bus or Foot. The Log Cabin area is plainly visible
from the 'Y' where Stowe Lake Drive branches off of JFK. It is just to
the west of the new DeYoung.
*Due to the new saturday parking policy in GGP, JFK will be closed
near our site, this could impact parking, so it is recommended that
you take tranist or carpool. Riding your bike is great too, especially
if you are carrying a covered dish. And less cars is more green,
right! Golden Gate Park Map:
Plan your trip at

ANIMAL RIGHTS 2007 NATIONAL CONFERENCE, July 19-23 in Los Angeles. or call 800-632-8688
To subscribe to SF Bay Area Animal Rights Network please send blank email to:

July 25 Day Out of Time  (13 moon, 28 day calendar)

July 28 - BM Costume Swap & Flea Market

July 29 - Participarade


Aug 27-Sep 3 Black Rock City, NV (100 miles North of Reno) Labor Day Weekend (Aug/Sept) FREE: Download ideas for costumes, camps, sculptures, art. get ideas:

Green Your Burn Document 01262007

Bay Bridge closing - BOTH direx - Labor Day
Last year's Labor Day weekend shutdown of the eastbound Bay Bridge 
worked so well that Caltrans is going to close the bridge again this 
Labor Day weekend -- but this time in both directions.

Sep 2nd wknd? Laytonville CA / Hog Farm

Thu-Mon Sep 21 Equinox weekend

SEP 21 Fall Equinox

SEP 28 2007 15th-year critical mass anniversary ride
6pm Justin Herman Plaza: Embarcadero @ Market, SF

Sat September 29 - Love Parade

Sun September 30 - Folsom Street Fair

Sun Oct 7 October 7 - SF Decompression SF Decompression traditionally 2nd Sunday in Oct. LA Decompression 3rd Saturday in Oct Bio pioneers saving Earth San Rafael 3rd Weekend Oct


Oct 14 decompression? is usually the second Sunday in October. )'(

Nov 8th St. @ Brannan SF 1st? 2nd? wknd Nov.

DEC 21 WINTER SOLSTICE: SHORTEST day of year / SUN in Southern Hemisphere.

more 2007:
May 17 - 19 - Burning Man Fire Arts Expo
June 8,9,10 - Health & Harmony Festival
June 10 - Haight Street Fair
June 16 - Burning Man BBQ-A-Newbie Picnic
June 23 - BURNING MAN PRE-COMPRESSION PARTY 3-7 pm DOLORES park. 7:30 pm step off Dolores Park,
East on 18th St to Valencia or Mission, West on ? to Castro!
June 23 & 24 - SF Pride.   Pride March is ON Sunday: into Civic Ctr.
July 11 - Desert Art Preview
July 28 - BM Costume Swap & Flea Market
July 29 - Participarade
September 29 - Love Parade
September 30 - Folsom Street Fair
October 7 - Decompression?

Every 1st Wednesday: 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.

featuring art, history, and the natural science of California, and a
special exhibit, "Baseball As America," in town for a limited time; $8
(50% off for non-profit groups w/advance notice), or FREE the first
Sunday of the month; Wed-Fri 10am-5pm, 1st Fri open 'til 9pm, Sat
10am-8pm, Sun 12-6pm; 1000 Oak St; 510-238-2200;

* NAKED YOGA is every Sunday in SF; $10; 1030am; at the One Taste
Urban Retreat Center at 1074 Folsom St @ 7th; 415-503-1100;

* The Weekly SUNDAY LAKE MERCED LOOP SKATE leaves the Sunday Roller
Disco in GGPark and does a level 17 mile skate for about 2 hours
including 5 stops along the beach and around the zoo and the lake;
FREE; 1-3pm, MEET from 1-115pm at 6th @ MLKJr; 510-521-0124;

* The NIKE MISSILE BASE OPEN HOUSE is the 1st Sunday of every month,
featuring tours of a Cold-War-era ICBM missile base that actually
operated in the Marin Headlands from'll scare the
livin' shit outa' ya; FREE; 1230-330pm; 415-331-1453

* BAD MOVIE NIGHT is every SUNDAY in SF, and includes popcorn and
residential furniture seating, plus your chance to wear stupid
costumes and yell stupid remarks at the screen; $5, plus FREE POPCORN,
but BYOBeer; 8pm each Sunday; at The Dark Room Theatre at 2263 Mission
St twn 18th and 19th; 415-401-7987 OR 415-517-3581;

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GUN CONTROL WORKS ask the experts: Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot

Patriot act is NULL and VOID
Any law that is repugnant to the US Constitution is NULL and VOID.
-Marburry V. Madison, 1803

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more events:
eco events: Sustainable World Coalition 390 27th St Oakland between Broadway and Telegraph Marin Peace and Justice Center Palo Alto Peace and Justice Center
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