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SF events 9.26
by Scott Munson (PlantTrees [at]
Thursday Sep 26th, 2002 1:08 PM
FRI 9.27 10 Yr Anniv
10-2 Montgomery closed to Cars from Market to Pine
4:30 Bikes for Colombia Chevron Texaco 575 Market Btwn 1st / 2nd
5:30 Critical Mass Justin Herman Plaza
8pm Bicycle Potluck Dolores Park
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# Thu 94.1fm 1-2 pm Herbal Highway
2-3 pmCaroline Casey Visionary Activist

# 9/26 "No War In Iraq" Protest at Tom Lantos Office
4-6pm 400 South El Camino Real, San Mateo

# Brower Youth Awards Ceremony!
Thursday, September 26, 2002, 6:00 p.m. (doors open at 5:15 p.m.)
Florence Schwimley Theater, 1920 Allston Way in Berkeley

# short talk by Larry Harvey Commonwealth Club SF Thu Sep 26
6:30 p.m., Program | 7:30 p.m., Wine and Hors d'oeuvres Reception | Club Office, 595 Market St, 2nd floor, San Francisco | $10 for members, $18 for non-member | Reservations 415/597-6705/6706

# very interesting photographer at Medusalon 300 Divisadero @ Page
Food and Wine, Well shot images. Thu 26 Sep 7PM till 11PM.

# ATA's Openscreening Thu Sep 26 7-10pm $3-sliding
7pm; DOOR/BAR; early birds get the best beer
7:30; preshow w/ H&J PROJECTIONS image&sound all smooshed into one:)
8pm; PROJECTOR rolls an hour of uncensored short format video
Artists' Television Access 992 Valencia (@21st)

# Critcal Mass Book Release
Thu Sep 26 7:30 pm 888 Valencia

# 9/26: Salman Rushdie Herbst Theater

# Spinjam 136 Taylor Between Eddy / Turk 8p-2a

# Tinkers Workshop Co-sponsors
The Third Annual East Bay DIY SKILLSHARE CONFERENCE, a four-day
extravaganza of workshops about practical skills, sustainable living,
personal politics, and useful technologies.
Thursday Sept. 26th-Sunday Sept. 29th, 2002
at the Crucible metal arts school, 1035 Murray in
Berkeley (near the corner of San Pablo and Ashby) Tinkers Workshop NEWSLETTER

8:20-10 am, Prog 595 Market St, 2nd floor $9 $12 non , $6 stud

# Fri Sep. 27 Car-Free Day 10am - 2pm
Montgomery btw Market & Pine
from Market to California from 10 am to 2 pm
An international event, Car-Free Day is practiced in the European
Union and parts of Latin America and Asia. The San Francisco version
promises a 4-block stretch closed to traffic (Montgomery Street from
Market to Pine). Bring your bikes, have lunch, play frisbee, and help
create a momentary authentic stree life!

* Fri Sep. 27 Bike for Colombia 4:30pm
Chevron-Texaco, 575 Market btw 1st & 2nd
President Bush has openly stated that "protecting our oil interests"
is behind the deadly multi-billion dollar "Plan Colombia" war. Join
our Bike rally against the IMF, World Bank & Global Oil-igarchy --
mobile spoken word performance, bike flags/decorations available.
(Initiated by Bay Area Colombia Mobilization and Action for
Local/Global Justice)

# Fri Sep 27 5:30p 10th Anniversary
in solidartity with
Justin Herman Plaza Market @ Embarcadero Last Fri Every Month.
Pot Luck in Dolores Park afterwards. More info next week.

# Fri Sep. 27 Critical Mass 10th Anniversary Ride!!! 5:30 pm Mkt @ Embarc
Organized from the bottom up, without leaders, central committees or
corporate sponsorship, Critical Mass is about to enter it's 10th
year! Join us to celebrate with a Potlatch (gift giving festival) and
a Potluck afterwards: in Dolores Park 8pm,
X-tra Action Marching Band performing at the start of the ride

# Extra Action Marching Band serenades Critical Mass
10 year anniversary Friday, September 27 6 PM Free

# Declare yourself a revolutionary activist of the heart...
Workshop on Reinventing Our Relationships w/ Wendy O-Matik
Fri Sep 27 7:00pm FREE AK Press Warehouse 674-A 23rd St.
(btwn MLK & San Pablo) Oakland

# Liberation Drive-In! Fri & Sat, Sep 27 & 28 (and every last w/e of the month)
9:00pm - 1:00am free media speakeasy local independant video
projected on to a wall - all night long! Just BYO radio to receive
your very own FM stereo signal Douglas Parking Lot
Harrison Street btwn 15th & 17th Streets Oakland

#Resist the IMF/WB policies and military apparatus and help create a
space for dissentWashington D.C., Sept 28-Oct 4 '02

# NEW HUMAN BE-IN London September 28

# NO WAR IN IRAQ 11 am Dolores Park Noon March to GROVE / Larkin 1p Civic Ctr.

# 9/28 Rally for the Wall Separating Church and State (Justin Herman Plaza)
Noon, 2pm program

# Burning Man Film Festival - Santa Cruz - Sept. 28 1pm
1st film airs at 2 p.m $15, $12 in playa garb. Children < 12 free. santacruz [at]

# Reply to: santacruz [at]
Date: Tue Sep 24 22:13:58 2002

# 9/28 Burning Man Film Festival Santa Cruz 1pm

# "A View From the SHU: The Human Face of Those Labeled
The Worst of the Worst." Sat Sep 28 6:00 - 10:00 pm FREE
AK Press Warehouse 674-A 23rd Street, Oakland, Ca 94612
majority of the artists are imprisoned in Pelican Bay's infamous
Security Housing Unit (SHU), solitary confinement 23 hours a day.

# Of, Relating to, or Derived From: Organic Matter Sat Sep 28 7-10p Free 66 Balmy Alley btwn 24/25 Harrison / Treat

# FANCY MANSION ART SHOW /Ice Cream Party Sat Sept 28 7-9p free
Urban Pop Folk art show and ICE CREAM PARTY Attaboy,
Dave, Mark Z-Man, Rik Livingston, and Michael Brian Norris.
Life of a Fetus' AndyRistaino!
WHITNEY YOUNG MANSION 1101 Masonic @ Haight

# ACTION DAY Sat+Sun SEP 28+29 10a-4p
We need YOU to help us remove debris, fix fences, pull weeds, set up domes,
silkscreen T-shirts and bags, and MORE! Florida between 18th/ 19th
Breakfast and lunch will be provided for all lovely volunteers!
And, as always, *FREE* CELLspace Action Day T-shirts for you will be
available! Please email CELL1s rockin1 Volunteer Coordinator, alexis [at], or
call the office at 415-648-7562 to sign up, Or just show up on either of the
days ready to get down and dirty with CELL.

# Heart of the Forest Renaissance Faire in Novato Sats + Suns September 28, 29 and October 5, 6, 12 and 13 10am– 6p.m. Adults - $20, Children - $7. Season passes available

# Sprocket Ensemble Highway Cleanup Sun Sept 29 We will meet at Nik
and Nancy's house (2066 30th Ave, SF) at 09:00, have some coffee, watch
the safety film, and hit the highway for a couple hours of cleanup
activity ; There will be a contest to see who can find the most
outrageous piece of trash.  Nancy usually caters these events, but
she and Nik are still on their European tour, so please bring something
for a potluck brunch.

# 11am-6pm Sun Sep 29

10 am, FREE, Gather at Mclaren Lodge GG Park, near Fell@Stanyan
Has your mountain bike seen nothing but SF city streets recently? Join fellow SFBC members for a ride on the trails of the Marin Headlands. It's so close, but feels so far away -- see how easy it actually is to head over for a day's biking pleasure. Bring water and snacks. Email recride [at] for more info.

# Sun Sep 29 GOLDEN GATE PARK BIKE FAIR Noon-3 pm FREE Peacock Meadow
(JFK Drive, btwn Kezar & the Conservatory of Flowers)
Bring the kids, your friends, and your bike for the 5th annual Bike Fair in Golden Gate Park, including a kids' rodeo, free bike maintenance, helmet fittings, riding skills classes, and a chance to win prizes. A great family event! A few volunteers are still needed to help make things run smoothly - if you can help out contact Michael at 431-BIKEx1 or calfee [at]

# Annual Penny Parade & Autumnal Equinox Extravaganza
Sun Sep 29 2:00 PM SHARP As many pennies as you bring

#Fr. Roy Sun. Sept. 29, 4pm Unitarian Church, 1197 Franklin@Geary School Of Americas Watch

# Afterglow: Post-Folsom St. Carnival Sun Sep 29 5:30p-2a
* Rosin Coven * Cotton Candy Cabaret * Amber Ray * Mark Growden
* Fou Fou Ha! Dancing Girls * MC Editrix Abby
* Fudgie Frottage and the Transfusion Smackdown Wrestlers
* Dancing late into the night with DJ Shane of Death Rock Booty Call
spinning nuwave/nowave/punk/post-punk rock n roll
$7 for Folsom Performers and Workers, Tease-O-Rama Burlesque, anyone
with a stamp or torn ticket from Slick! - $10 for fun and fabulous - $15 for
Tired Attire Cafe du Nord 2170 Market @ Sanchez

# PROGRESSIVE FEST Sun Sep 29 Walnut Park, Petaluma 707.763.8134

# Slick fetish ball presents "Slick Wants YOU - In Uniform!"
Sun Sep 29 7p-2a $25
fetish photographer Larry Utley “Girls! Gams! And Glory!” at 11 p.m.
Sound Factory 525 Harrison @ 1st
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