raw-vegan-food-friendly harvest festival on saturday.
if nora, who is organizing it, knows you're coming, she will have more food
appropriate to your preferences. we welcome you to bring a dish as well!
also, please save the date for the 17th! my friend is making a film about
the CA food system, and efforts to become more sustainable within it. there
will certainly be raw food there, but again - we welcome you to bring a
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From: jessie woletz <jessyjeanine@...
Date: Nov 7, 2007 7:08 PM
Subject: Trainwreck Riders Fri, Koshland HarvestFest Sat, Botticellis Sun,
GreenFest, and 11/17
Please save the date for November 17th! It is a benefit show for the CA
food system film-in-the-making, "In Search of Good Food", at Station 40.
Plus, it will be the world-debut of the band Perranosperous, in which I
happily participate! All the details you could ever want are below.
Also, please keep scrolling to see more food & farming, music, dance, and
miscellaneously themed events and announcements. (Young Nonprofit Leader
Group Coaching Session Starting Soon + Free Student Herbal Clinic, for
Hope to see you soon! Maybe this weekend at the Trainwreck Riders show or
Koshland Harvest Fest or GreenFest or the Botticellis show.
PS - Please pass this list onto people you know if you're into it. :)
PS again - I am sending this events list about once a week now, so if that's
too much for you just write me back to tell me.
Trainwreck Riders & American Music Club at the Rickshaw Stop:
Sonny Smith opens. $10 155 Fell St. 8:30pm
Koshland Park Harvest Fest:
You're invited to the annual Koshland Garden Harvest Fest and Workday this
Saturday the 10th.
*When:* Saturday, November 10th --workday from 10-1 pm and festival from
*What:* at the workday we'll plant out garlic, onions, strawberries and
bulbs galore! Then join us in the afternoon for music, lunch,
stilt-walking, pumpkin and face painting. Lunch is potluck style, so bring
a dish to share (we will provide veggie burgers, drinks and snacks).
*Where:* Koshland Park at the corner of Page and Buchanan.
We hope to see you there!
-the bees, butterflies and bugs at Koshland
-questions? contact noraborealis@...
11/10, 11/18, 11/24...
First & Third Sundays of the Month, Saturdays in Between
Alemany Farm Workdays: 12-5pm, at Alemany Farm near Bernal Heights. harvest
distribution at 4:30 for volunteers. everyone is welcome! just show up.
calendar, map, and details are here: http://www.alemanyfarm.org
Botticellis @ Thee Parkside: 8pm, 1600 17th St @ Wisconsin, SF (potrero
hill), with Girl Friday (nyc)/ Le Fits $6 Go to www.thebotticellis.com or
myspace.com/thebotticellis for songs and info. (flyer attached)
Sean Hayes at the Great American Music Hall: 8pm-ish in SF. go here
for more details. co-headlining
with Jenny Owen Youngs.
Sean Hayes at the Crepe Place: for those of you in Santa Cruz (or for those
of you who want to take a trip there). go here
for more details. co-headlining
with Jenny Owen Youngs. if you're in SF and want to take a trip to SC on
this night, let me know! or if you're in SC and can go, i'd love to see you
Food System Film Benefit Show at Station 40 :
Come out and support a local film effort!
IN SEARCH OF GOOD FOOD, a film tour of California's sustainable food
system, needs money to travel the state to document all the people and
things that are working to get good food to you. A one page
description of the film project is attached FYI.
From 6-11pm at Station 40 (3030b 16th Street @ Mission) in San
Francisco, you will be welcome to enjoy:
PERRANOSPEROUS, the debut of this 9-piece world fusion band, fronted
by Nora Roman,
NEW THRILL PARADE, a wild ride of lactobactillic tendencies, and
TROOPS, a gentle wandering into lands of milk, honey, and organic garlic.
-Delicious organic food by Sy Loady.
the IN SEARCH OF GOOD FOOD trailer, and
FOOD JUSTICE, a short film on Bay Area food access activism by Martina
Zimmer and Zora Tucker.
All this cool stuff will cost you somewhere between $0 and $1000,
depending on how much you can afford and want to help make this film
Please come out, and tell everyone you know!
Food Security & Urban Agriculture Talk @ Counterpulse: 7:30pm, Free
(donations welcome though), Description: Our food system is being
refashioned by new urban farmers, farmers markets and community-supported
agriculture, and importantly, by savvy shoppers who demand local, organic
and safe food. Still, food security is tenuous for too many of our
neighbors. Speakers: Amy Franceschini (Victory Gardens, past and present),
Willow Rosenthal (City Slicker Farms), Jason Mark (Alemany Farm, and editor
of Earth Island Journal).
12/1 & 12/2 Saturday & Sunday
Axis Syllabus Workshop in SF: From Kira: "The weekend of December 1st and
2nd i will be giving a wksp 4hrs per day in San Francisco. in a wonderful
big space at my friends artist warehouse. Sat & Sun 11.00-3.30pm with half
hour break. register: kirakirsch@...
more info on theme and prices
1) There is a Young Nonprofit Leaders Group Coaching Session starting in
Nov or Dec, and i encourage anyone who is interested to sign up or inquire
with Stacie for more information. She was the Executive Director at the CA
Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (now CA Food & Farming Coalition) and
has worked at other non-profits for enough years to be able to helpfully
guide others in that realm. Please contact Stacie if you are at all
Group Coaching for Young Nonprofit Leaders
A new and affordable Young Professionals Coaching Group is being formed now
specifically for those entering or new to the nonprofit sector and seeking
to secure a leadership position.
Participants will invest in their future and partner with a coach to tackle
challenges with improved creativity, inspiration, resiliency, and
confidence. After 12 weekly calls with the coach and peers, you will have
the improved skills and confidence to succeed at your current job and to
seek new career opportunities.
For more information, please visit
or call Stacie Clary, C.E.C. at 831-419-5432.
Coaching Toward Change
Embrace Change.... Create Your Life!
2) The donation-based student herbal clinic (Ohlone Center of Herbal
Studies) in berkeley is now open to all until August 2008.
Student Herbal Clinic - Open to all!
* * * * * * * * * *
FOR MORE INFORMATION, visit www.ohlonecenter.com or call 510-540-8010.
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