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SF events FolsomStreetFairSunSep24 10k   OCT6-8HardlyStrictlyBluegrassFest100,000people   SAT OCT 14 2pm-4am Burning Man SF Decom 3-5K   HALLOWEENCriticalMassFriOct27  1k  
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SEPT 22 - 24 Art Explosion Fall Open Studios @ 2425 17th St & 744 Alabama St, SF 
Sept 22nd Friday 7-11pm Sept 23 & 24 Sat & Sun 12-5pm 

      Sat, 23 Sept
SEPT 23 Peace in the Park 2017 - Summer of Love Edition 11:00 Music Concourse btwn Acad Sci and DeYoung San Francisco  

SAT, SEP 23 Earthdance South Bay Sat, 23 Sept Lupin Lodge 

SEPT 23 10:00–17:00 Free Community Day at the Exploratorium 

2-6 World’s Biggest Eye Contact Experiment 2017: Oakland, CA 

Movie in the Park: The Breakfast ClubMission Dolores Park  17:00 - 22:00 

SEPT 23 Christopher Bollyn Speaks at San Jose State University Sat 15:00 · SJSU King Library · San Jose, CA  

Christopher Bollyn - The War on Terror: The Plot to Rule the Middle East 
 Saturday, 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm, Martin Luther King Jr. Library, San Jose State University,
Christopher Bollyn will be on a speaking tour in the U.S. with his new book, The War on Terror: The Plot to Rule the Middle East, in September and October.
The new book presents a concise historical analysis of the origin of the War on Terror and the strategic plan to Balkanize the Middle East under the pretext of fighting terrorism. It contains fifteen chapters about the relationship between the terror attacks of 9/11 and the War on Terror and explains the common origin of both. It also reveals the real underlying strategy of the War on Terror, America's longest war. The book starts with a foreword written by Alan Ned Sabrosky and concludes with an American Muslim perspective written by the Nation of Islam Research Group. 
Future meetings and events are posted on the calendar at-

SEPT 23 East Bay Fruit Save Weekly Action Public · Hosted by East Bay Fruit Save Saturday at 5:00
300 Franklin St, Oakland, Ca 94607 

Earthdance South Bay 23–24 September @ Lupin Lodge 

     Sun SEPT 24
Sun SEPT 24 11:00–18:00 Folsom St Fair Folsom St SF between 8th and 13th 10K peeps plenty costumes 

Folsom Street Fair“ The world's biggest leather event!” Sun Sep 24 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM Folsom St @ 8th to 13th St SF
)'( )'( FolsomStreetFair  Sun Sep 24, 2017 11am to 6pmOn Folsom St. from 8th to 13th St SF Folsom St. Fair Sept 24 2017 

Castro @ 18th St SF is FUN after Folsom St. Fair. 30 Dance Clubs, Resaurants, smoking patios, Bars, Pizza and Burrito Places, etc. and costumes! :)  

SEPT 24 Free Day at the Academy of Sciences Sun 9:30 · California Academy of Sciences  

There will be a March for Free Speech through UC Berkeley on Sunday at 12 noon with me, students from the Berkeley Patriot and other Free Speech Week speakers. We will march through Sproul Plaza, where the Free Speech Movement began and where we will begin to lead a new one.
It’s time to reclaim free speech at UC Berkeley and send shockwaves through the American education system to every other college under liberal tyranny. Conservatives are fighting back. Break the shackles of leftist control over our universities. Shatter their echo chambers. Close down their safe spaces.
This upcoming show of personal support for free speech is not about me—it is about reclaiming the rights of any speaker who has the courage to speak his mind at America's institutions of higher learning. If we do not protect free speech for those with whom we disagree, there is no point protecting it at all.
As Burke put it, there is a duty imposed on every generation to preserve and protect a nation's culture, institutions, and values built and established by those before us. In this case, preserving American universities as centers of open discourse and discussion. In our own generation this responsibility falls on us.
More information will be released Saturday at my "eve of battle" press conference which will be live-streamed on YouTube and Facebook.
Join me.
When: This Sunday (9/24)
Where: Mario Savio Steps on Sproul Plaza. It is in front of Sproul Hall Administration building.
Time: 12 noon 
Bring signs in support of free speech. We need your help. Let’s send the progressive left into retreat.

Free speech week is almost here..
Prepare yourself. Sep 24-27 UCBerkeley, CA

SEPT 27 Shark Stewards Behind the Bar! Wed 18:00 @ Soda Popinski's 1548 California St SF

SEPT 27 Free Speech Talk in Berkeley Public · Hosted by Mike Cernovich 27 September at 18:00–22:00 

SEPT 30 Acronym AcroYoga Festival 2017 Sat 8:30 Humanist Hall 390 27th St. Oakland, CA 

     SF GLOWCON )'(
Sept 30 15% OFF TIX HERE: GlowCon & AfterGlow 2017by Permission Granted $25.50 – $51 

SEPT 30 GlowCon 2017 30 September - 1 October 30 September at 15:00 to 1 October at 4:00 SF 

SEPT 30 AfterGlow 2017 30 September at 20:00–4:00 30 September at 20:00 to 1 October at 4:00 SF

     Oct 2017 Friday October 6th – Sunday October 8th Hardly Strictly BlueGrass in GG Park HSBG 
BonFires on Ocean Beach Fri Sat Sun eves, fires out by 9:30. Police sweep anytime, often 10 or 10:30pm and ask that no glass, alcohol or drugs… Sat Eve Bonfires are the BIGGEST! Fri 2nd. Sun 3rd biggest
Haight St and 9th Ave Irving are also more lively due to an extra 100,000 folks in Golden Park Flowing out after 8pm. Did I mention Car Traffic?

)'( )'( )'( OCT 6-8 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival 2017 6 Oct–8 Oct  Golden Gate Park 100,000 people 
)'( = <10,000 peeps )'( )'(  = > 10,000 peeps. )'( )'( )'( = 70,000 (Burning Man) to 100,000 
SF has only 4 big 100,000 people parties: (A: BayToBreakersMay B: PRIDE/DykeMarchJune C: 4thofJulyPier39 Embarcadero (no costumes tho :(   D: BlueGrass GG Park Oct 6-8) 

An Idiot's virgin Burning Man experience

OCT 6 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 2017 1.1k going · 3.1k interested

OCT 6 Vegan Karaoke Night Fri 20:00 Berkeley Animal Rights Center  

OCT 7 Dusty Rhino Afterburn Sat 22:00 · The Great Northern · San Francisco, 

OCT 8 Rare Birds of San Francisco Sun 10:00 · Heron's Head Park SF 

OCT 8 Aquatic Park Cleanup with Baykeeper & the Dolphin Club Sun 17:00 · Aquatic Park Historic District · San Fran 

Hillary Clinton Speaks @ UCD Oct 9 "WHAT HAPPENED" to my #ClintonBodyCount or #WhatHappened to my dead #WhistleBlowers #SethRich #DNC #Corruption #UCDavis 

     )'( SAT OCT 14 )'(
SAT OCT 14 2pm-4am Burning Man SF Decompression 2017 - Black Top City 14 420 22nd St SF 18th Annual Pier 70, 22nd & Illinois, SF All Ages welcome! Public · Hosted by Burning Man San Francisco  Early-bird tickets available soon – check back here! 

Burning Man 2017..... a whirlwind tour......

     Fri Oct 27
THE BEST BIKE ride of YEAR is HALLOWEEN Critical Mass Fri Oct 27 … unless it RAINS. Imagine 1,000 bikes in COSTUME Plowing through the city running RED LIGHTS cause side traffic is blocked by friendly bikes or friendly motocross
SF is SO SMALL on a BIKE when you ZIP around the HILLS and VALLEYS on your VELO LOVE
)'( Last Working Friday of Oct every month 19:30 Critical Mass COSTUME Bike Ride @ justin herman plaza Market @ Embarcadero SF bring: BIKE, HELMET, LIGHTS, Costume!

     Nov 2017
)'( Every Year Nov 2 7pm Day of the Dead / Dia de los Muertos 24th St @ Bryant SF
10,000 local latino neighborhood peeps. 1,000 burners, somber event wear black. facepaint day of dead

NOV 2 Dia de los Muertos 22nd & Bryant SF

NOV 2 The Russ Liquid Test w/ Defunk Thurs 21:00 @ The Independent 628 Divisadero SF

Saturday, November 11, 2017 Veterans Day. All gave some. Some gave all.

Nov 11-12 SF Green Festival 
Full Moon Calendar 2017

)'( = <10,000 peeps )'( )'(  = > 10,000 peeps. )'( )'( )'( = 70,000 (Burning Man) to 100,000 
SF has only 4 big 100,000 people parties: (A: BayToBreakers 5.21 B: PRIDE/DykeMarch  C: 4thofJulyPier39 Embarcadero (no costumes tho :( ) D: BlueGrass Oct 6-8)
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