Friday, September 7th
4-9PM at The Rock Steady (San Pablo and 18th) Oakland, Calif.
FB event page here
-via the fireflyexpress
Sale through September 15th
Box Dog Bikes is having a sale. More info here
Friday, September 7th
131 A Precita Ave San Francisco, CA 94110
“Guerrilla gardening is gardening on land that the gardeners do not have legal right to use, often an abandoned site or area not cared for by anyone. That being said, we are going to start this out with realistic goals.We are going to plan to plant 1 or a couple of abandoned street/sidewalk planter boxes…” read more on FB invite: here
Saturday, September 8th
5-9PM | 395 Valencia St. (near 15th)
Nooworks Presents Barbara Moreno aka Lady Love
-via the gorgeous Gwen | nooworks.com
Saturday, September 15th
Several location throughout SF, San Mateo, Pacifica and Marin.
Check site for further details and links, more info here: California Coastal Cleanup Day 9/2012
Past Coastal Cleanup Day data tells us that most (between 60–80 percent) of the debris on our beaches and shorelines comes from inland sources, traveling through storm drains or creeks out to the beaches and ocean. Rain or even something as simple as hosing down a sidewalk, can wash cigarette butts, bits of Styrofoam, pesticides, and oil into the storm drains and out to the ocean. Please take responsibility for making sure trash goes where it belongs.
© California Coastal Cleanup Day 2011 by Parks Conservancy, on Flickr
Thursday, September 20th
ConVerge at YBCA Grand Lobby
Lady Stardust and Gem&Bolt
Free | 4PM-8PM
More info: ybca.org/converge
15 Years of TransForming the Bay Area and California
Tickets are just $15 in advance and include birthday cake, beer, wine, and appetizers.
Tickets will be $20 after September 20th. This event is likely to sell out, so get your tickets now!
TRANSFORM: 15 Years event page
VISION: “…When you take a moment to imagine what our lives will be like 10, 20, or 50 years from now, you might end up feeling hopeless – or eager for what the future will bring. At TransForm, we think great things are possible in the Bay Area and beyond.” Learn more about them here.