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THU 6 DEC 18:00 Castro SF Art Walk 

Thursday, December 6 6:00 PM SF Art Forum Lower Polk SF Art Walk

First Thursday Art Receptions 49 Geary SF 5:30-7:30 a dozen galleries on 4 floors of a 5 story building… fun with lots of people also 77 Geary SF 251 Post SF some months 210 Post @ Dolby Chadwick then across Grant

Lower Polk - Art Walk First Thursday 6PM - 9/10pm old map

     First Fri  
“Oakland First Fridays” Block Party Friday,  5:00 pm | Cost: FREE | Telegraph & 27th st Oakland 

Oakland Art Murmur | First Fridays Art Walk Friday 6:00 pm | Cost: FREE | 23-27 th st @ Broadway/Telegraph  

San Francisco Bike Party: First Fridays 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE Secret Location (SF) and

DEC 7 19:00-22:00 Paxton Gate's 26th Annual Holiday/Anniversary Party Paxton Gate 824 Valencia St, SF @ 18th / 19th St.

     Sat Dec 8
FREE DEC 8 Ocean SF Beach Winter Bioblitz Public · Hosted by Yerba Buena Chapter of the California Native Plant Society 
Saturday from 09:00-13:30
The 14th Annual Berkeley River Restoration Symposium
Saturday 8 December 2018, 9a-330p, Rm 112 Wurster Hall, UC Berkeley
This year’s Berkeley River Restoration Symposium features a keynote talk “Managing river sediment in extreme conditions: lessons for California” by Professor Hsiao-Wen Wang (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan) followed by student research talks covering a wide range of restoration-related topics.  The morning will feature research projects on rural stream systems, including post-project appraisal of a Sierra Nevada meadow restoration, analysis of alternatives for floodplain restoration at the confluence of Redwood and Prairie Creeks, the use of live wood in river restoration, hydro-geomorphic drivers of coho salmon outmigration in Russian River tributaries, and an initial assessment of Curry Creek, Mount Diablo. The afternoon talks focus on smaller urban streams, including post-project appraisals of Arroyo Viejo, Santa Rosa, and Codornices Creeks, planning for San Anselmo Creek in Creek Park and Cerrito Creek in Blake Garden.  Panelists (including Lisa Hunt, Hsiao-Wen Wang, Rod Wittler, Tami Church, and Tim Pine) will comment on themes raised in the student research. 
Sat Dec 8 Lower Haight Art Walk - Holiday Edition 14:00 

Sat Dec 8 SantaCon San Francisco 2018 
Noon-5pm 200 or 300 santas @ Union Square SF 
5pm-3am 500 santas Northbeach @ Grant and Green SF + 2 blocks South + 1 block West towards Columbus + 1 block North
5pm-3am 300 santas on Polk @ Sutter SF
lesser santa locations: Mission 16th and Valencia, SF fewer still Union St / Chestnut St. Haight, Castro etc.
SAT, 15 DEC AT 13:00-16:30 Free Film Screening: The End of Meat 
100 Larkin St, SF Main Library 

MON, 31 DEC 2018 21:00 The Midway NYE 2019: Little Dragon, Modeselektor, TOKiMONSTA, Mayan Warrior 900 Marin SF 

MON, 31 DEC 2018 21:00 Desert Hearts NYE Public Works 

New Bohemia NYE!!  Vau de Vire Society & Opel @ SF Mint 21:00-03:30


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Apr 12-14 Lucidity Festival 2019 - Moon's Eye View @ Live Oak Campground 
4600 Highway 154, Goleta, California 93105

WED, 22 MAY 2019-27 MAY 2019Lightning in a Bottle 2019 Bradley, CA Monterey County

Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance Annual Potluck,  
Thursday, January 17, 2019, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm,
Special Meeting- beginning with a potluck and lasting until 10 pm, time to socialize, celebrate, reflect, imagine what our path will be in the next year and beyond... All are welcome. The room is part of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalist complex that has held many outstanding social justice forums. Entrance is on Bonita, go through the gate and up the stairs. It is not wheelchair accessible.
There are many buses (the 25 runs on MLKJr.) and on Shattuck. Get off near Cedar (Bonita runs parallel to Shattuck and MLKJr.) It is between the North Berkeley and Downtown Berkeley BART Stations- about a 12 to 15 minute flat easy walk from those stations.
BFUU, 1606 Bonita, Berkeley 
-- Future meetings and events are posted on the calendar at- 
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