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2013 SF events  
ask your doctor if getting off your ass is right for you Thu  28 Mar Breakbot (LIVE) 1st SF show
Sleazemore � Richie Panic � Joaquin Batra Presales Friday Nights at the de Young: 2013 Season Opening Night | Golden Gate ParkFriday, March 29 � 5:00 pm | Cost: FREE**Programs are free and open to the public, but does not include admission to the museum's galleries.| de Young Museum 

TOWING on BROADWAY 10pm-2am btwn Colombus / Montgomery costs $400 BEWARE and TELL a FRIEND
Vau de Vire & The Klown Korps present BOHEMIAN CARNIVAL  Friday, March 29, 2013 - 9pm-2am  
Broadway Studios  435 Broadway, SF  415-291-0333 See Poster Here
 Bohemian Carnival, the bombastic, iconoclastic, nationally acclaimed indie circus and music showcase, rises again Easter weekend following a two-year cryogenically suspended pseudo-burial. Featuring the best of local, regional and national talent, Bohemian Carnival carries on its 6-year tradition of immersive entertainment, saturating the senses with 5 hours of non-stop kaleidoscopic action, over 50 stunningly skilled beauties and barbarians, and as much decidedly adult flavorings as you can stuff into your soul. Indeed, for this resurrection, feast your eyes, ears, and whatnot on these fine, featured creatures:
J-Boogie's Dubtronic Science
Vau de Vire Society
The Klown
...and other special guests to be announced in the coming days.
hosted by the cult-star grandson of L.Ron Hubbard and Tourette's fame Jamie DeWolf
See The Bohemian Carnival Trailer Here:
Tickets: $20 advance / general admission; $45 VIP Buy your tickets early - this event always sells out.   Like Bohemian Carnival on Facebook to stay, connected:

Local independent internet radio station Radio Valencia will host a free Listener Appreciation Party at the Speakeasy Ales & Lagers Brewery from noon to 6:00 p.m., Saturday, March 30. "We wanted to thank our listeners for their loyal support for the past two years" said station DJ Malderor, "and our friends at Speakeasy stepped up to help us do it." The party will feature live bands, great inexpensive beer and food trucks, and the entire event will be broadcast live on Radio Valencia by their own celebrity DJs. DJ Malderor added: "All of us at Radio Valencia welcome everybody to join the celebration, enjoy some beers, check out the bands, and see how local radio gets made." Bands include: Sweat Lodge (�Pow-Wow Punk�), Maurice Tani (from 77 El Deora), and The Atom Age (East Bay melodic-punk with horns).
 THE DETAILS:   Event: Radio Valencia Listener Appreciation Party.
 When: Saturday March 30, 2013, Noon to 6:00 p.m.
 Where: Speakeasy Brewery, 1195 Evans Avenue, San Francisco CA 94124
 What: Live Bands, cheap beer and food trucks, live radio broadcast. Cost: Admission is FREE, beer and food is inexpensive. All ages. Please bring I.D. for beer.
ABOUT: Radio Valencia is a non-commercial independent radio station. Started in November 2010, they have a brand new studio in the heart of San Francisco's Mission District, and they welcome community involvement. Listen at 87.9 FM in San Francisco or on phone, laptop, or other device at: Radio Valencia Party: Live Punk, Cheap Beer & Food Trucks | SpeakeasySaturday, March 30 � 12:00 pm | Cost: FREE**Free, but bring money for food & drinks.| Speakeasy Brewery Give the Ocean a Voice: Wind, Waves & Fast Boats | MarinSaturday, March 30 � 1:30 pm | Cost: FREE | Bay Model Visitor Center Saulsalito
Who are the participants in this exciting, most prestigious sail boat race in the world? Where do they come from? What are they sailing? What is the prize? Why are they all so interested in ocean sustainability? And what are they doing about it? Find �

Concert with Tom Neilson, Saturday, March  30th, 2013, 7 pm, Redwood Gardens, Berkeley and
8) Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance  Meeting,  Thursday, 4 April 2013 - 7:00 pm, 
Fireside Room, BFUU, 1924 Cedar Street (at Bonita Avenue), Berkeley and Bawdy Circus Theater: Acrobatics, High Fashion & Low Comedy | SFSaturday, March 30 � 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE**Free, but an RSVP is required.| Circus Center 2013 Dolores Park Easter Celebration w/ Hunky Jesus Contest | SFSunday, March 31 � 11:00 am | Cost: FREE**>> In case of bad weather, visit for location updates| Dolores Park 

Sunday March 31 Easter in Dolores Park with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence STAGE music acts frisbees picnic blankets bubbles and HUNKY JESUS CONTEST

Sunday March 31 BYO BIGWHEEL 4pm Vermont St. SF Potrero Hill LEAVE no TRACE do not block neighbors driveways. no litter please �Bring Your Own Big Wheel� Race 2013 | Potrero HillSunday, March 31 � 4:00 pm | Cost: FREE**Free to watch, but $5 to $10 donations requested to race| 20th and Vermont 

APR 2013

Mon Apr 1 Hula Hoop Jam Studio Grow 1235 10th St. Berkeley
Every Monday 7:30pm - 9pm Cost: $5 donation (covers studio rent) Cuddle Party! + Cuddle and Intimacy Workshop 2 April at 18:30 
The Center 548 Fillmore SF btwn Oak and Fell $15 Workshop $20, Cuddle Party $10  

Imagine, if you will, a tiny creature with the ability to invade your�body, hijack your cells, change your DNA, and modify you physically and�behaviorally to suit its own devious goals. Sound�like science fiction?�Maybe, but it's also the modus operandi of the real-life�parasitic organisms�that live among, and inside, the rest of us animals. While some�parasites, in their quest for�survival and propagation, may live�undetected in the bodies of their hosts, others can cause sickness or�death. Some of the world's most pernicious and persistent diseases are�caused by�these supremely successful and sophisticated organisms. But�according to evolutionary biologists, parasites have also played a�significant role in shaping the human species � including�why we use sex�to reproduce. (Nice job, little friends!) Just when you thought it was�safe to go back in the water, Jim McKerrow returns to Ask a Scientist�with more strange and wonderful tales�of parasite biology. This event is�presented in partnership with�Wonderfest, The Bay Area Beacon of Science.
Speaker:�Jim McKerrow, Director,�Center for Discovery and Innovation in Parasitic Diseases
When:�Tuesday, April 2, 7pm
Location:�SoMa StrEat Food Park, 428 11th Street, San Francisco. (This awesome venue has a humongous, heated, indoor seating area.)
Eats:�Bring your appetites!�SoMa StrEat Food Park�is San Francisco�s first permanent food truck pod. They host up to ten�gourmet food trucks�at a time, along with�the city�s only beer and wine truck.

MUST SEE! American History 2000 to 2012 A Visual; Time Line of Our 21st Century
 Lecture and Visual Display by Artist Gaye Lub 7PM April 3 Darwin 102�Sonoma State University, CA
Free and Open to the Campus Community and Public
American History Collage Panels on Display April 2-5 in SSU Hub�Student Union Building  9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Statement by Gaye Lub
Before Y2K (2000) I started collecting significant images that represent key events and emotional reactions in the American Media. These images and words were presented by the Media and PR firms to the American people. We saw them on TV, billboards and the internet, in newspapers, magazines, and tabloids. We saw them whether we wanted to or not. These images have turned into 12 collages representing �American History 2000 � 2012
Sponsored by SSU Sociology Club, Media Freedom Foundation, Project Censored, Political Sociology Class Spring 2012, and Peter Phillips   nfo707-874-2695

Occupy DOE 2.0: The Battle for Public Schools  April 4, 2013 - April 7, 2013
Members of this site are parents, educators, students and social activists who are dedicated to the elimination of high stakes testing in public education. We use this site to collaborate, exchange ideas, support one another, share information and initiate collective local and national actions to end the reign of fear and terror promoted by the high stakes testing agenda.

SF CA Move to Amend Barnstorming Tour with David Cobb No Corporate Personhood.
Thursday, April 4, 2013 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm   1187 Franklin St SF @ Geary / O Farrell
Martin Luther King Room at First Unitarian Universalist Church & Center of San Francisco
Move to Amend national spokesperson David Cobb, attorney and lifelong activist, will be touring Northern & Central California this March & April, in an effort to build connections, inspire activism, and reveal the origins of corporate power in America.
Move to Amend is a national coalition of over 270,000 people and organizations whose goal is amending the United States Constitution to end corporate rule by building a multiracial, cross-class democracy movement. David's presentations are part history lesson and part heart-felt call-to-action! "Challenging Corporate Rule & Creating Democracy" aims to help local folks understand how they can work to abolish corporate personhood and establish a government of, by, and for the people.
On his Northern & Central California Tour, Cobb will be joined by Sarah Scudder, National Outreach Coordinator for the Move to Amend Coalition and Humboldt County Move to Amend Coordinator. Scudder has a degree in Political Science from Humboldt State University and a passion for creating a true democratic republic free of corruption in the United States.
This event is free and open to the public. We appreciate your donations to help us finance these tours, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
RSVP on Facebook aslo Walnut Creek, San Jose, Redwood City, etc.

OAKLAND, CA - California Statewide Network Meeting 6501 Telegraph Ave Oakland, CA 
Sat Apr 6 From 12-5pm at the Niebyl-Proctor Library. It will be a day of workshopping, strategizing, and networking

DISCO KNIGHTS Camp Fundraiser! Fri April 5 9pm-3am $10/15 Tix
Monarch Sf 101 6th St., SF @ Mission. Do not leave valuables in car. On the flip side, this hood is a good place to buy CRACK.
We're heading back to Black Rock City to do it proper once again! Help us create Playa magic by shaking it here in SF!
Two floors of sound with local faves:
Alvaro, Anthony Mansfield, Bo, Chris Smith, Ed Mazur, Lisbona, M3, Mark Johns, Mike Perry, Pete Fraser, Rusty, Sneak-E Pete
visuals: Mark Johns   9PM-3AM   $10/$15 Presale   $15/$20 at door
100% of the proceeds go to the Disco Knight Sound Camp! Help us bring you more world class DJs in an intimate environment, banging sound, swinging disco balls, classy locals and of course, some lasers....

SUNSET Season Opener + After-Party Sunday - April 7 Stafford Lake Park, Novato  11am - 7pm, all welcome Gate Fee & Donation - $20 per car (Cash Only )DJs:SOLAR | GALEN | J-BIRD | SEAN MURRAY

Cesar Chavez Celebration Sunday, April 7th, 2013 12pm-4pm Dover St Edible Park, 5707 Dover Street Oakland, CA
What: Join us in celebration of farm workers, labor leaders, and civil rights activists! There will be a potluck, live music, and gardening to honor Cesar Chavez. 

We've been sold out by the Legislative and Executive branch this week... looks like it's time we went and let our displeasure be known in person!
Please LIKE and SHARE to spread the word about the Eat-In at the FDA!
We're gonna have to show up in order for Michael Taylor to know we're serious!
The Senate didn't know about the #Monsanto Protection Act? #LabelGMOs #StopMonsanto

Mon Apr 8 Hula Hoop Jam Studio Grow 1235 10th St. Berkeley
Every Monday 7:30pm - 9pm Cost: $5 donation (covers studio rent) 
Raw Families in the Real World Mon April 8 PM Yoga Society of SF 2872 Folsom St SF near  25th st 

April 9, 2013, at 6pm Can sugar threaten your health? Dr. Robert Lustig, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Director of the UCSF Weight Assessment for Teen and Child Health (WATCH) Program, says it can. He calls sugar one of the major causes of obesity and chronic metabolic diseases.
Come hear him speak about his new book: Fat chance: beating the odds against sugar, processed food, obesity, and disease on Tue. April 9, 2013, at 6pm at the San Francisco Main Library, 100 Larkin St., San Francisco, CA 94102 in the Koret Auditorium, Lower Level.  A book sale and signing follows the program. Admission is free. For more information, call (415) 557-4477 or<
Michael Krasny interviewed Dr. Lustig recently on his Forum program on KQED FM:
Also, a terrific article which explains Dr. Lustig's research in a New York Times Magazine article. Very lengthy, but informative and fascinating. Title: "Is Sugar Toxic" by Gary Taubes, Apr. 13, 2011.
I hope you all can come. We're doing outreach to school educators, nutrition/health educators, parents, everyone who cares about how sugar is affecting our health. Please feel free to pass on the information to your friends, family and community.

Thursday, April 11 7:30 to 9 pm SF Naturalist Society Presentation @ Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way, SF
Program:��Preserving San Francisco's Natural Areas
Margo Bors, Ruth Gravanis, and Damien Raffa, members of the newly formed Friends of Natural Areas, will explore the value, beauty and diversity of San Francisco's remaining indigenous habitats. They'll talk about how these biotic communities are threatened and what is being done to protect and restore them.
Information contact: Patrick Schlemmer at��or (415) 225-3830 - free and open to the public Frolic Sat Apr 13 8pm-2am @ the STUD 399 9th St SF @ Harrison $8 cover, $4 in fursuit/costume, 21+

April 13,14, 20-28 -- Project Great Outdoors rafting guide training Sunday Streets Mission April 14th 11am-4pm 
Sunday Streets returns to the Mission! Valencia Street, from Duboce to 24th, and 24th from Valencia to Hampshire, will be transformed to a space for people to come out and play. More details to come!

Mon Apr 15 Hula Hoop Jam Studio Grow 1235 10th St. Berkeley
Every Monday 7:30pm - 9pm Cost: $5 donation (covers studio rent)  Tue Apr 16 7:30pm  Marin Muni Water Dist Board Mtg 220 Nellen Ave Corte Madera

4.18 Michael Mithoefer, M.D., and co-therapist Annie Mithoefer, B.S.N., for a full-day workshop on Thursday, April 18 at Psychedelic Science 2013:
A second firefighter with chronic, treatment-resistant PTSD has received their first experimental session of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy in our ongoing study for veterans, firefighters, and police officers with service-related PTSD.

Bicycle Day SF 2013 April 19 7pm-5am Euphonic Conceptions, Challenger, New Earth, An-Ten-Nae, Beat Church, Ritual Dubstep & 1015 collaborate to bring an astounding event to SF !!ALEX GREY & ALLYSON GREY painting & speaking live with*** SHPONGLE (Exclusive DJ Set) ***also featuring RANDOM RAB BLUETECH KAMINANDA + more! $35 Pre 1015 Folsom SF @ 6th St.

Earth Day San Francisco  Saturday, Apr 20th 10am til 6pm SF Civic Center Plaza POLK / GROVE / Larkin / McAllister in front of City Hall
A FREE event for the whole family in the heart of San Francisco featuring three stages of 
multi-cultural music and performance, renowned keynote speakers, interactive D.I.Y. workshops and more! /@earthdaysf2013/ #earthdaysf
This unique celebration packs a powerful day of green sustainability discussions and solutions into one full day of fun and excitement for the whole family. Designed to support the Bay Area Community and beyond, Earth Day San Francisco focuses on acknowledging the local and planetary environmental challenges we all face, and inviting the public to integrate sustainable practices into their everyday lives.
The event brings together speakers, workshop leaders, nonprofit organizations, businesses, indigenous community leaders, civic agencies, amazing musicians,performers, artist, visionaries and youth empowerment groups as One Green Voice.
E.D.S.F will feature the following attractions:
� Three stages of amazing international music 
� World renowned speakers
� Hands on green D.I.Y workshops
� Huge permaculture and green building village
� Green Jobs Fair
� Clean energy Zone [solar ,wind, water, green power demos]
� Green Transportation showcase [ Electric Cars, motor scooters, bikes]
� Green Tech Pavilion [ invention and innovation ]
� Youth Empowerment [ The New Green Generation]
� Organic Chef Cooking Demos
� Organic Beer and Wine Gardens
� Holistic Wellness Village
� Eco Carnival and Kid Zone
� Over 80 Earth Friendly Exhibitor
� Eco Art Village
� Eco Fashion shows

Berkeley Vegan Earth DayWhen:	Sat Apr 20, 2013 11am � 6pm (PDT)Where:	David Brower Center (2150 Allston Way, Berkeley 

April 21 2013 EARTHDAY SF Connexus: Sun April 21 14:00 in UTC-06 1015 Folsom SF @ 6th St

Oakland Veg Week is April 22-28
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.