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Sf Events 10.8

by Earthquake
Don't recycle your 1 gallon and 5 gallon bottles: Store tap water in case of Earthquake.
Gotta Drink, Wash, Boil, Flush with something! At 10:15 a.m. on October 15, 2009, millions of Californians will participate in the largest earthquake drill ever! get ready

YouTube - Federal Reserve Needs To Cut US Dollar In Half Over Next 14 years!
Did you hear that correctly? And this is the "Mainstream Media" (MSM) saying this.
Watch the clip and then ask yourself again. BTW, Gold just hit its all-time record high today at $1042.00.

Codex threatens Health of billions
Your right to eat healthy food and use supplements of your
choice is rapidly vanishing, but every effort has been made
to keep you in the dark about the coming nutricide.  
Codex Alimentarius is scheduled for full global implementa-
tion on December 31, 2009, and not a word has been spok-
en in main stream media about this threat to humanity.

DHS Video Portrays Average Americans As Terrorists
Owning gold or firearms, donating to charity, finding out information about things all constitute suspicious activity to be reported to the authorities 
A new video produced in association with the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI and narrated by former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway urges people to report suspicious activity that could constitute terrorism, behavior that includes buying gold, owning guns, using a watch or binoculars, donating to charity, and all manner of mundane things.


Thu Oct 8

THURSDAY OCT 8: 4-7:30pm COME MEET ED KASHI - Exhibition and Book Signing
come meet Ed Kashi this Thursday, October 8th from 4:00 to 7:30 pm at the FiftyCrows Gallery. Ed Kashi's exhibition is in two parts: the first part is a series of triptychs from his newly published book Three and the second part, Curse of the Black Gold, is from Ed's years of documenting the oil crisis in the Niger Delta.  
Please join us in welcoming Ed back to San Francisco for the exhibition opening and book signing.
WHERE:    49 Geary St Suite 225 SF, CA 94108  http://WWW.FIFTYCROWS.ORG

Thu Oct 8 4-7:30pm NIGERIA / life of natives among Shell Oil pipes and spills 49 Geary SF Suite. 225

Free Talk Thursday: Cleansing and Detox 101 Thu Oct 8, 6:00-7:00 pm
Get all your burning questions answered about cleansing and detox...
Free talk: Detox and Cleansing 101 Learn:

• How toxins impact our health and well being

• Detox Physiology 101- how to get toxins out of the body

• How to cleanse safely and effectively

• How to chose the most appropriate cleanse for you

• Why cleansing is a key component to living a long healthy, balanced and vital life
There will also be lots of time reserved for Q&A, so bring your questions and curiosity.
Where:Avra Organic Spa Fisherman's Wharf 505 Beach St, Suite 130, SF, CA 94133 (415) 351-1500
Space is limited, please RSVP to Avra
Cory Reddish aka Dr Cory aka Afterchakra here to rock ya

Thursday, 08 Oct 6-8pm Bisexual Art Project Opening and Reception

Bisexual Art Project Opening and Reception Thu, October 8, 6pm – 8pm
Where Good Vibrations Polk Street Gallery,1620 Polk Street (at Sacramento Street), San Francisco, CA 94109 (map)
DescriptionFree! Good Vibrations and Jack Mohr are proud to present an exhibition of multimedia visual works exploring a wide variety of experiences and expressions of bisexuality. Meet the artists and enjoy wine and nibbles at this opening reception. Exhibit runs through November 26th. (415) 345-0400

Thursday Oct 8 7PM @ El Rio 3158 Mission $5 Brass Liberation Orchestra's Bringing the Love

Friday October 9th

Fri Oct 9 5:30 pm Justin Herman Plaza; Market @ Embarcadero, SF
Bring Bike, Helmet, Light, Costume! This is the best costume party in SF as you get to ride around dressed fancifully,
previewing so many parties and festivities throughout the city, then at 8pm when the ride is over, you are full of energy and the night is young!

Fri Oct 9, 6:30-9:30 pm A Book Swap at the Booksmith 1644 Haight Street

2009 October 10, Saturday, San Francisco: Nude Peace Day. Always second Sat. of Oct. +
nude-beach Olympic games II 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Baker Beach, north end (clothing optional side), meet by the Olympic Torch

"Ben Tom, Rouzbeh, & Hacksaw @ Temple Fridays" on Friday, October 9 at 10:00pm-4am 540 Howard @ 2nd St.
Eric says, "Temple Fridays has been consistently rocking every week. Hit me up to get you and your peeps in for free before 12, $10 after (eric [at] - hope to see you there!".

TEMPLE FRIDAYS 540 Howard SF Fri Oct 9, 10PM-4AM FREE before 11PM with RSVP on
BEN TOM | Temple Music Group | SSM
ROUZBEH | Back 2 Basics
SHANE KING | Hacksaw Ent. |
MORALE | Hacksaw Ent. | 
TONE | Temple Music Group
Dine at Prana early and receive FREE  re-entry to the nightclub.  For large parties, please call 415.278.0495 or visit for reservations.  Large parties receive free tickets to the nightclub and avoid long lines.
 Listen  to this show live on 

Saturday, October 10

2009 9th Annual Teachers 4 Social Justice Conference
"Teaching for Social Justice: Foundations for Change"
Saturday, October 10th, 2009 - 9am-5pm
Mission High School 3750 18th Street, San Francisco
THIS CONFERENCE IS FREE and open to the public!
Please register online at their website, which includes more details.
Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance has tabled at these conferences before and will table again this year.

Sat, Oct 10, 2009      11:00 AM - 1:00 PM [view]Workshop: Introduction to Seed Saving! $10 notaflof
Glide Foundation 330 Ellis St @ Taylor St San Francisco

Why am I forwarding this? Because I have been studying nutrition since 1987.
I have seen Dr. Michael Greger's PowerPoint/ Keynote presentations over the years and this is why I have been begging everyone for years to goto: read the archives for great food tips or click on "selected writings" then click on "Dr. Greger's newsletter Archive"
Everyone is invited to SFVS POTLUCK SF Vegetarian Society
Potluck & DVD “Stopping Cancer before it Starts with Cooking Demo” by Dr. Michael Greger
Saturday, October 10, Socializing & Appetizers 6:30 p.m.; Dining 7:00 p.m.; DVD 8 p.m.
IOA, 3600 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco @ Arguello
$1 suggested donation for members & their guests with food; $2 for non-members with food.  Add $8 to each category without food.  (Volunteers interested in helping set up should arrive an hour early and door fee, not food fee, is waived.) 
The DVD is a dynamic and engaging presentation by Dr. Greger who reveals the top dozen whole plant super foods that may block and even reverse the four steps of tumor formation. In a humorous way as only Dr. Greger can do, he demonstrates how to prepare quick, tasty, nutritious recipes.

Ecstatic Dance @ Yoga Tree's 10 Year Anniversary
Saturday, October 10th, 9:30pm at Yoga Tree Castro

Taste the Music @ Supperclub 657 Harrison @ 2nd SF 9p-3am FREE before 11pm w/ rsvp to martin [at]
Frenchy Le Freak Pheeko DubFunk Martin Aquino

OPEN STUDIOS OCTOBER 10 & 11 2050 Bryant @ 18th / 19th St. SF

)'( Sunday October 11th 2009


)'( The 10th Annual SF DECOMPRESSION Heat the Street FaIRE! is 10/11/09 on Indiana St., SF
Sign up NOW at flambelounge@burningman. com to get involved and share your artistry!
2nd Sunday in October: DeCompression:

)'( The 10th Annual SF Decompression HEAT THE STREET FaIRE! Sunday, October 11, Noon SHARP till Midnight
(Mariposa Stage ends 11pm. All other outdoor stages/sound end 10pm.)

Public Entrance: 19th St. & Minnesota St., SF
$10 donation in Black Rock Couture/Costume; $20 in street wear
All ages outdoors; kids under 12 always absolutely free!
Age 21+ inside Cocomo (club closes 1:30am)

FOOD AVAILABLE: Tasty meat and veggie food options for purchase (just
added: Bacon!) by Raz. Playa beignets and coffee generously provided
by Hal. Sales benefit the Black Rock Arts Foundation grant program.
So, EAT FOR ART! Also food theme camps while supplies last. Come early!

BART connects with the 3rd St T-line), ride your bike and avoid
driving on Minnesota Street completely! Cheap parking available at
UCSF lot (3rd Street at 16th Street) at discounted rate (should be
approx $5 all day instead of $20). Or park on Terry Francois Blvd just
a couple blocks away.

Come at noon SHARP for a full twelve hours of art, performance, fire,
dance, theme camps, circus arts, live music, DJs, Burning Man 2009
imagery, and more, more, MORE!!! All six blocks, the park, and the
stages will be overflowing with a stunning variety of creative
expression! Bring your imagination to share and BE the art you wish to
see in the world!!! It’s looking positively AMAZING. This is going
to be quite a 10th Anniversary Decompression! Full schedule and list
of pARTicipants follow below at end of the announcement.

EVERYONE should read the Survival Guide DECOMandments below before you come!

Full event info, including STREET MAP, participant list and updates to stage schedules will be here at:

TO VOLUNTEER: Email firekitty [at] NOW while we still have
openings. Yes, WE WANT YOU! Also looking for volunteers to come back
the next day and help with our annual neighborhood clean up at 11am
so we can leave the neighborhood cleaner than we found it! (We’ll have
donuts, coffee, and new friends! Come even earlier if you can and help us get a head start.)

Heartbeat Amplifier HBA at Decompression - Teamwork or We Cancel - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

San Francisco 911 Truth Actions Sunday, October 11, 2009, 11am Powell and Market Hallidie Plaza, SF
See- for details.

Anti-Blue Death & 9/11 Inside Job Protest Sunday, October 11, 2-4pm California at Hyde Street, San Francisco
(by Cala Supermarket, near St. Francis Hospital) Any bus on Van Ness or Polk Street to California, walk or take California St Cable Car to Hyde, 4 blocks east of Van Ness.
More details posted at-

Space Cowboys @ Burning Man Decom Sunday October 11 12pm-10pm

Hookahdome @ SF Decompression "all star DJ line up, hookahs and more"

"Opulent Temple presents: Decom Afterparty @ Mighty 119 Utah @ 15th St. SF Sun Oct 11 9pm-2am $10

San Francisco 911 Truth Actions Sunday, October 11, 2009, 11am Powell and Market Hallidie Plaza, San Francisco for details. should have the latest details on all events.

Anti-Blue Death & 9/11 Inside Job Protest Sunday, October 11, 2009, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM California at Hyde Street, San Francisco
(by Cala Supermarket, near St. Francis Hospital) Any bus on Van Ness or Polk Street to California, walk or take California St Cable Car to Hyde, 4 blocks east of Van Ness.
More details posted at- should have the latest details on all events.

Mon Oct 12 Columbus day! Celebrate 500 years of genocide.

What you believe is what you get! Shifting Limiting Beliefs So You CAN........ Tuesday, October 13, 2009 7:00 PM
Some of our core beleifs about ourselves and the world can really be limiting to having everything that you want for your life. Unfortunately many of these beliefs run constantly in our brains and we are not aware of them.
If you could wake up tomorrow and have anything in your life be better or different, what would that be?
Please join us for this profound workshop designed to un-cover limiting belifs that are keeping you stuck. Once uncovered we can easily shift them using NLP (Neuro Linguistic repatterning) techniques. When our beliefs change about who we are and what is possible, our lives shift as well.
Think about the most successful person that you know of: What must they believe about themselves in order for them to have the life that they have?
October 13th 3460 17th street between Valencia and Guerrero. (take BART or allow extra time for parking) san francisco, CA 94110
COST: $12 pre registration with paypal or $15 at the door. visit: to pre register and pay
Cinthia Dennis MA NLP Practitioner MA Human Development 510-290-0881

)'( Oct 16-20 San Diego DeCompression on private land with abandoned Amtrak Cars to party on etc...

Oct 17 21:33 new moon or 9:33 pm


San Francisco Anti-War Rally
Saturday October 17, 2009
11AM - Assemble at UN Plaza, SF (Market Street, between 7th and 8th Streets)
12 Noon - March begins:
1 PM - 2 PM - Rally at UN Plaza
More Details at-

Sat Oct 17 1-3pm Yoli Vitamin Blast Caps SF - VIP Tasting Party! Horatius 350 Kansas St San Francisco, CA NO COVER. LIMITED CAPACITY. RSVP to: (415) 378 8547

October 17 in Berkeley and October 25th in Healdsburg! Shows are 8-10pm- and are free... Adey Belle with the beautifully talented Lindsey Vona
the challenge of transformation is "to open the mystery by becoming it, to transcend death by dying in life, to pierce duality by embracing the opposites, to reunite the fractured forms."
-Joan Halifax Performance Series at Cafe Gratitude!

Hula Hooping Sunday, October 18th: SUNSET PARTY in GOLDEN GATE PARK. It's the final Sunset Party of the season with more details coming closer to the date featuring DJs Galen, J-Bird, Solar
+ Special Guests. Free. Noon to 7pm.

Sat Oct 18 Treasure Island Music Festival, SF

FREE: "I Am Bodied: Church of Breath, Beats, Boogie & Bliss" Sat Oct 18 4-6pm
"Sweat yer sins and shake it righteously*Dance/Movement" MoBu Dance Studio @ 28th & Church St. Opening day Sat Oct 18 is Free.

Reading and Signing of Bottoms Up: Spanking Good Stories by Rachel Kramer Bussel Sun, October 18, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
WhereGood Vibrations Berkeley Store, 2504 San Pablo Avenue (at Dwight Way), Berkeley, CA 94702 (map)
DescriptionFree! Rachel Kramer Bussel offers Bottoms Up, another delicious collection of stories that celebrates the pleasures of an inviting bum turned rosy red by hand, crop, whip or paddle. Whether written from the perspective of the spanker or the spankee, those who crave discipline or those discovering for the first time how good being bad can feel, each vivid tale trembles with erotic pleasure. (510) 841-8987

Declaring Our Erotic: An Erotic Writing Workshop with Jenn Cross Tue, October 20, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
WhereGood Vibrations Polk Street Gallery, 1620 Polk Street (at Sacramento Street), San Francisco, CA 94109 (map)
DescriptionFree! Ever wanted to try your hand at writing erotica and found yourself stuck? Want to connect with other local lustful scribes? Then catch this workshop designed to spark your creative (and other!) energies and tap into new writing realms. A widely-anthologized erotica writer, Jen Cross has also been facilitating erotic writing workshops for 6 years – let her introduce you to some new enticements for getting those hot stories out! This is a space for folks of all genders and orientations, open to folks of all writing abilities! Just bring your favorite notebook, writing implement and most open mind. (415) 345-0400

Roller Disco Costume Party Friday October 23, 8p-2a, at CellSpace, 2050 Bryant at 18th. St., SF
SF IndieFest and Black Rock Roller Disco team up again for their annual Costume Party
Break out your Halloween costume early, prepare your elbows and livers, and come down to CellSpace for a skating good time!
IndieFest is not responsible for alcohol influenced roller skating wipe outs!
21 and up. $10 with no costume or $5 in costume. FREE with any SF DocFest ticket stub! 
Tunes and skate rentals provided by Black Rock Roller Disco. More info at

Art & Drumming in the Park -- Free Event   (Saturday, October 24th  2-5pm) Awakening Through Art
Join us for a fun afternoon of art and drumming in Golden Gate Park. There will be instruments, large sheets of paper, chalk, paint, markers and colored pencils, most materials are recycled... 
No prior experience necessary, all levels and ages welcome...
If you have drums, or other instruments please bring them so we can play together... 
We will be in front of the Conservatory of Flowers building from 2p -5p.  If you don't see us, please call 415.519.5223. 
The event is weather pending, join our mailing list here to be in the loop:
This is a free event--donations will be accepted for purchasing new materials.
We look forward to seeing you there... Hosted by: Mer Zandifar and Eric Brown
contact: art [at] | 415.519.5223 |

Oct 25 West Fest - Woodstock 40th Anniv, Oct 25, San Francisco, Golden Gate Park
40th Anniversary of Woodstock 
Free Concert Golden Gate Park 
San Francisco, Sunday, October 25, 2009
Event: “West Fest” Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Woodstock
Producer: 2b1 Multimedia Inc. and the Council of Light in association with Artie Kornfeld, the original producer of “Woodstock 1969”
When: October 25, 2009, 9am to 6pm
Where: Speedway Meadows, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA USA
Non-Profit: 501-(c) 3
Admission: FREE
Contact: Boots Hughston, 415-861-1520 or woodstock40sf [at]
Acts confirmed with more to come: Denny Laine (of Paul McCartney, Wings, Moody Blues); Lester Chambers (the Chambers Brothers); The Original Lowrider Band (with Lee Oskar); Greg Errico Jerry Martini, Cynthia Robinson (From Sly and the Family Stone); Harvey Mandel; Michael McClure (Beat Poet) and and the Snake band; Barry “The Fish” Melton; Alameda All Stars (Gregg Allman’s Band); Michael McClure (Beat Poet) and Ray Manzarek (from the Doors); David Denny (from Steve Miller) with Prairie Prince of "The Tubes", Diana Mangano (formerly of The Jefferson Starship), Greg Douglas, Carlos Rios; PF Sloan; Jimmy McCarty (from Detroit Wheels); Peter Kaukonen (from Jefferson Airplane); Terry Haggerty (from the Sons of Champlin); John York (from the Byrds); Leigh Stevens (from Blue Cheer); Narada Michael Walden; The Great Jeffersonian (members of the Original Jefferson Airplane); Kathi McDonald and Friends; El Chicano; Cathy Richardson band; David and Linda La Flamme (It’s a Beautiful Day); Lydia Pense and Cold Blood; Lost Creek Gang and the Merry Pranksters with Ken Babbs, George Walker, and Mountain Girl; Volenti and Saunders; Mitchell Holman, Jose Neto and Friends; The Mutaytor; Rock Hendricks (Bobby Womack, The Jackson 5, The funkidelics); Edwin Hawkins Singers “Oh Happy Day” 40th Anniversary; Scoop Nisker - KFOG; David Harris – speaker; Matthew Rosenthal – Prevent Hate; Bettina Aptheker – Free Speech Movement; Ben Fong -Torres (Rolling Stone); David Hilliard - Black Panther Party; Benjamin Hernandez – Harts and Hands elders; Blue Thunder Dennis Banks – AIM Wounded Knee; Dennis Peron and Richard Eastman (Marijuana Initiative); David Rovic; Rabbi Joseph Langer ; Terrance Hallinan (Former SF DA); Paul “Lobster” Wells (DJ), Aron “Pieman” Kay (from the Yippies); Some acts can not be advertised until 30days out.
Poster series: Stanley mouse, Arnold Skolnick (original Woodstock 69 poster artist), Chris Shaw, Mike Dolgushkin, Wendy Wright, David Singer, Wes Wilson, Mark Henson, Carlon Ferris, Dave Huckins, Lee Conklin, Bob Masse, Andrew Annenberg, Victor Moscosco, Michael Moss, Thomas Yeates, Chrissy Costello, Gilbert Johnson and Dusty Hughston, Michael Rios, Ron Donovin – Fire House Crew.
In honor of Jimi Hendrix, who headlined the festival in 1969, 3,000 
guitar players will attempt to break the World's Record for the Largest 
Guitar Ensemble playing "Purple Haze" -- all at the same time!
Players are encouraged to register at:

Hula Hooping Sunday, October 25th: HAYES GREEN - We'll be meeting up from 2 to 4pm at the Hayes Street Green, officially called "Patricia's Green" at Octavia Street between Hayes and Fell.

Fri Oct 30 Halloween Party

Friday, Oct 30—Very Postmortem: Mummies and Medicine 
A ghoulish gala presented by ArtPoint representing the DeYoung and Legion of Honor Museums.
1,500 beautiful mortal maids and beings from the night will Dance among the undead with two rooms of fiendish music provided by Pop Rocks and DJ Shissla (SpaceCowboys). Hosted open bars stocked with complimentary top-shelf potions, elixirs, and witches’ brew await, along with a feast of devilishly delicious hors d’oeuvres.
@ the Legion of Honor Museum, 8pm-midnight

"Isis UnVeiled" @ Isis Oasis Sanctuary 10/30 - 11/01

Sat Oct 31 Halloween

Sat Oct 31 Halloween in the CASTRO! 2 years ago they closed this party due to violence. Last year they did not close it.
Last year thousands showed up. This year expect 10 or 20 thousand! BEST COSTUMES EVER!

10/31 – Ghost Ship: Shipwrecked with guests Kraak & Smaak, and Fort Knox Five!
The return of the SpaceCowboys and our friends to Treasure Island for an all night throw-down with 3 stages of sound.
More info soon!

Opel Halloween : Night of the Living Bass @ Mighty Sat Oct 31 9pm at Mighty : 119 Utah St. @ 15th, SF $20


“Old SF Mint Coin Show” in the Old U.S. Mint SF Nov 6-7 10 am to 6pm. $5 5th and Mission SF
Why am I posting this? To encourage you to own GOLD and SILVER so you are less vulnerable to currency devaluation. Obama is printing money and sinking the dollar.
Every dollar is now worth less. An ounce of gold was worth $20 100 years ago. Today an ounce of gold is worth $1000. The dollar has lost 95% of it's value in 100 years.

Sat Nov 7 Nexus Haymaze, HalfMoon Bay, Ca

Wed Nov 11 Veterans Day. All gave some. Some gave all.

Fri, Nov 13, 2009 - Sun, Nov 15, 2009 GreenFestival San Francisco
to "Volunteer for Green Festivals:

Nov 16 new moon Dec 1 11:30pm FULL MOON Dec 16 4:02 am new moon DEC 31 11:13 am BLUE MOON

)'( The Black Rock Arts Foundation presents our third annual fundraising event, The Artumnal Gathering
Friday, November 20, at The Bently Reserve 400 Sansome St., SF, CA 94111 $35 presale online, $45 at the door. 9:00 pm - Late

Dec 2009


Thu Dec 31 AnonEvents SunsetPromotions An-Ten-Nae present SEA OF DREAMS

Every 1st Tues SF Moma + DeYoung + Palace of Legion of Honor free ART/ museum days.

Every 1st Wednesday: FREE! 3601 Lyon between Lombard and Crissy Field.

# Every 1st Thursday: Art receptions @ 49 Geary 5:30-7:30pm art PARTY!
30 galleries in a 5 story building. Also 14 geary and 77 Geary till 8pm.

Wed-Fri 10am-5pm, 1st Fri open 'til 9pm, Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 12-6pm;
1000 Oak St; 510-238-2200; South end of Lake Merrit.

Dr. Greger's newsletter Archive
see also

Three Dangerous Ingredients to Avoid in Skincare Products
1. Parabens 2. Fragrance 3. Phthalates
Learn more: Environmental Working Group

Tips from The Cancer Project - The Nutrition Rainbow - rainbow.gif

Download Nutrition Rainbow Poster (PDF) (find under shopping)(FREE) read the archives for great food tips or click on "selected writings" then click on "Dr. Greger's newsletter Archive"

Dr. Ornish study finds healthy lifestyle triggers genetic changes SFVeg-subscribe [at]

Eating Meat Causes Global Warming

Avoid Genetically Modified Foods

Vitamin D, A Gene-Regulating Super Nutrient
Global_Police_State-subscribe [at]

Vitamin B3 better than sunscreen in preventing skin cancer

Can mushrooms save the planet?

GUN CONTROL WORKS ask the experts: Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Mao Tse-Tung, Idi Amin, Kim Jong-il, Qaddafi

The 2nd Amendment
Washington didn't use his right to free speech to defeat the British, he shot them.

Most often when a government takes a peoples guns, it then takes their land or their lives.

fun events: Rich DDT’s SF Events Sift
more events:
eco events:
important events: Sustainable World Coalition 390 27th St Oakland between Broadway and Telegraph Marin Peace and Justice Center Palo Alto Peace and Justice Center
Fellowship of Humanity Events 390 27th St Oakland @ Telegraph/Broadway events, art receptions, music, film, etc. Monthly Raw Food Potlucks (san rafael) Barefoot Boogie and DanceJams

2009 Previous Calendars:
SF events 10.6 Every 1st Tues SF Moma + DeYoung + Palace of Legion of Honor free ART/ museum days.
SF events 10.1 LOVEOLUTION Sat Oct 3 SF Civic Center
SF events 9.23 EARTHDANCE
SF events 9.15 SYMBIOSIS this weekend. EARTHDANCE next weekend. Baker Beach North this week HEAT WAVE.
SF events 9.11 PowerToThePeacefulMichaelFrantiSatGoldenGateParkSpeedwayMeadows9am-5pm
SF events 9.9 WorldHoopDayToday PowerToThePeacefulMichaelFrantiSat
SF events 8.29 Baker Beach Critical-Mass then BURNINGMAN
SF events 8.26 Do you have space for a Garage Sale this weekend?
SF events 8.21 TempleMightyFri AnonWhiteOutSaturday PrepareForPlayaSatSun
SF events 8.18 Heartbeat Amplifier Fundraiser Wednesday Supperclub 657 Harrison @ 2nd/ 3rd St. $10 if you wear RED 9pm-Midnight
SF events 8.14 Fundraiser for )'( Heartbeat Amplifier Corner of Virginia and Winfield,SF. Sat Aug 15 9-4
SF events 8.11 Fundraiser for )'( Heartbeat Amplifier Corner of Virginia and Winfield,SF. Bring stuff to donate! Sat Aug 15 9-4
SF events 8.6 Black Rock Roller Disco Fri Cellspace. HayBailMaze Fri and Sat Half Moon Bay.
SF events 8.4 Black Rock Roller Disco Fri Cellspace. HayBailMaze Fri and Sat Half Moon Bay.
SF events 7.23 NoPantsPartyThu. TeaHouse BoHoCarnival SubCell Fri. SuperHeroStFairSat.
SF events 7.21 RevBillyTue. EcstaticDanceBenChunWed. NoPantsPartyThu. BoHoCarnivalFri. SuperHeroStreetParty Sat.
SF events 7.18 Burningman street names
SF events 7.14 94 Degrees: GOTO Baker Beach North end by the VolleyBall Court, Presidio, SF
SF events 7.10 OpelAdamFreelandFri. SandByTheTonOaklandSat.
Sf Events 7.3 America sleeps
SF events 6.24 DYKEMARCH saturday. PRIDE sunday.
SF events 6.19 Solstice
SF events 6.11 Harmony Festival Santa Rosa Fairgrounds this weekend
SF events 6.09 Harmony Festival Santa Rosa Fairgrounds this weekend
SF events 6.06 SF Burning Man Precompression June 6th June Flambe Lounge...
SF events 6.02 Peak Oil Police State
SF events 5.30 No on 8
SF events 5.26 No on 8
SF events 5.22 CARNAVAL wknd, Parade Sun SF Harrison between 16th and 24th ST, Mission Dist
SF events 5.19 TueIntroToPersonalEvolution WedATTwireTapping
SF events 5.13 BAY to BREAKERS this SUNDAY
SF events 5.7 HowWeird Festival SUNDAY
SF events 5.5 Cinco De Mayo
SF events 4.30 beltane rain 1 inch Fri aftn/eve. Light rain Sat / Sun.
SF events 4.22 EARTHDAY
SF events 4.17 twitter
SF events 4.14
SF events 4.9 ThuYuri'sNightAcadOfSci FriFree@TempleSF SatBunnyJamNimby EasterSunSistersDoloresPark
SF events 4.3 The Obama Deception
SF events Tue Mar 24 7:30-PM FREE Evening with Craig Newmark of
SF events 3.20 SatPeaceRallyJustinHermanToCivicCtr Spring Equinox 6th Anniversary of Iraq War
SF events 3.17 EWG.orgTues IraqMoratoriumThurs
SF events 3.11 FOOD
Sf Events 3.4 Prop8hearingThurs CarlCoxMASSIVfri PlayaPaintingChillinGrooveGardenSat
SF events 2.27 Three Dangerous Ingredients to Avoid in Skincare Products
SF events 2.24 Visual depiction of size of stimulus PORK
SF events 2.20 There are no secrets, only information you don't yet have.
SF events 2.17 TueAppleStoreDaveGibbons ThuPrepare your own disaster kit
SF events 2.13 ThuTweedRide FriFireandGlowNightAnonNineLucky13
SF events 2.10 TuTuTues BawdyStorytellingWineDownWeds ThuTweedRideDoloresPark LuckyLove13Fri
SF events 2.3 TueFreeSFmoma WedFREEexploratorium ThuFreeART
SF events 1.31 Water: California's New Gold Saturday Oakland
SF events 1.27 eat whole foods - to avoid risk of exposure to chemicals
SF events 1.24 john lennon speaks truth
SF events 1.21 reproductive rights tonight and Saturday
SF events 1.15 store water in case of earthquake
SF events 1.13 BURNING MAN TIX on sale TOMORROW
SF events 1.9 Sat 11 AM Israel out of Gaza
Sf events 1.6 The Secret Rulers of the World

2008 Previous Calendars:
SF events 12.30 Store food and water in case of earthquake
SF events 12.24 happy holidays
SF events 12.19 NO! on Prop8 Sat 3-6pm Union Square
SF events 12.17
SF events 12.12 safe pet food
SF events 12.10
SF events 12.2 water
SF events 11.28 Buy Nothing Day
SF events 11.21 NO TAX NO IRS see Nov 23 for this event:
Fremont Nov 23 Attorney Tom Cryer What The Government Doesnt Want You To Know About The I R S
SF events 11.18 NO TAX NO IRS see Nov 23 for this event:
Fremont Nov 23 Attorney Tom Cryer What The Government Doesnt Want You To Know About The I R S
SF events 11.13 GreenFest this Weekend!
SF events 11.11 Greeen Festival this weekend!
SF events 11.7 PROP 8 protest march FRI Nov 7 5:30pm SF CIVIC CENTER 7th and Market
SF events 11.3 Vote Tuesday. Revolt Wednesday.
SF events 10.29 INFERNO Friday 9p-4a Regency Center: 1270 Sutter Street @ Van Ness
SF events 10.23 who wants stuff?
SF events 10.16 AliceInWonderlandFri. DoloresParkSoapBoxDerbySat.
SF events 10.14
SF events 10.10 )'( MoonTowerMarinSat. DeCompression Sun Oct 12 Noon-2am
just $10 in Costume! BYO picnic lunch, party on the grass in Esprit Park!
plus four city blocks On Indiana Street between Mariposa and 22nd, SF
SF events 10.7 )'( DeCompression Sun Oct 12 Noon-2am just $10 in Costume! BYO picnic lunch, party on the grass in Esprit Park!
plus four city blocks On Indiana Street between Mariposa and 22nd, SF
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NOV 2009

Griffin Coin Company Presents the “Old SF Mint Coin Show”

The Old U.S. Mint building in San Francisco opens its doors for a limited time to showcase U.S. & World Coins & Currency, and offer complimentary tours of the building, raffles, and door prizes.

Suisun City, CA (August 31, 2009): Griffin Coin Company is pleased to announce the upcoming “Old SF Mint Coin Show” in the Old U.S. Mint building in San Francisco, CA on November 6-7, 2009 from 10 am to 6pm.

For two days only, the Old U.S. Mint in San Francisco opens its doors for coin and currency enthusiasts. Over thirty coin and currency dealers will be present. Other attractions include a raffle, drawings and door prizes, and complimentary tours of the building, given twice daily.

“Gathering the local and regional numismatic community in such a significant location for our hobby is a blessing” said Mr. Scott Griffin, owner of Griffin Coin Company.

The Old U.S. Mint in San Francisco once housed over one-third of the nation’s gold reserves, and is one of only five buildings in San Francisco designated a National Historic Landmark.

Show hours are 10am-6pm on both days. Admission is $5, which is valid for both days. Coupons for discounted admission are available online. Children under 12 are free.

The Old U.S. Mint is located on the corner of 5th and Mission Streets in downtown San Francisco. The Pickwick Hotel (85 – 5th Street) has reserved a block of rooms for this occasion at $72 per night plus tax. Please mention the “Old SF Mint Coin Show”. The Pickwick Hotel can be reached at 415-421-7500.

For more information about the Old SF Mint Coin Show, call Griffin Coins at 415-601-8661 or go to

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