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★Important Election Dates ★ UPDATED I. All Listing Calendar of Events: * SEPT * OCT * NOV * etc. ★

From: Carol C.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 5:14 PM

November 4: Last day to register to vote
November 12: Last day to request a vote-by-mail ballot
November 19: Election Day! Polls open from 7 am-8 pm (Last day to turn in your vote-by-mail ballot)
Are you registered? Find out here. If not, register online here!



★ ★ ★ *** ★ ★ ★ SEPTEMBER 2013 ★ ★ ★ *** ★ ★ ★

*** TUES SEPT 10 at 7:00-9:00PM " Clairemont Democratic Club Meeting " Monthly on the second Tuesday *Where: Boomerangs Gourmet Burger Joint, 4577 Clairemont Dr., San Diego, California 92117 Website: Contact: [address removed]



***WED SEPT 11 at 7:00-8:30PM  "   PANEL DISCUSSION FOUR WOMEN PEACEMAKERS from BOSNIA  PAKISTAN INDIA & SOUTH SUDANS will be speaking at a Forum at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice at USD, sponsored by Voices of Women. A panel discussion, sponsored by Voices of Women.   Voices of Women will sponsor the panel event and reception with the 2013 Women Peacemakers at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice at the University of San Diego.  Please join VOW as we hear about the peacebuilding efforts of Rehana Hasmi of Pakistan, Sabiha Husić of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Philister Baya Lawiri of South Sudan, and Rutuparna Mohanty of India.  Learn more about the 2013 Women PeaceMakers.  Learn more about the Women PeaceMakers Program.  Women Peacemakers Event at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice at USD. On September 11, 2013 at 7pm , four women peacemakers from Bosnia, Pakistan, India, and South Sudan will be speaking at a Forum at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice at USD, sponsored by Voices of Women.  This event is free, please do plan to join us! This event is free, please do plan to join us! Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 Time: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. *Where: Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice Theater University of San Diego, 5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA 92110


***WED SEPT 11 &  THUR SEPT 12 at 7:30PM  " DETAINED IN THE DESERT @ LA JOLLA PLAYHOUSE " on UCSD Campus, Shank Theatre, Must See, last week here ! (Tickets also at door)   "...passionate and emotional X-ray of a very volatile subject!" –Union-Tribune   "the play triumphs--dense with drama, t  there's plenty of action here in the Sonoran desert--bruised, beaten, fried by the sun and haunted..." –Citybeat   "TMM's staging [is] a play all Zonies should see--and everyone else!" –San Diego Reader      See the TMM website for details and tickets: Including talks BACKS AFTER PLAY with inspiration for Play, Enrique Morones of Border Angels and Cast Members (Wednesday 730pm, Thursday 730pm, Saturday 200pm and Sunday 200pm talk back schedule)   La Jolla Playhouse Box Office  (858)[masked]   Box Office fax  (858)[masked]   TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf):  (858)[masked]   Where: UCSD Campus, Shank Theatre, 2910 La Jolla Village Drive, La Jolla CA, 92037 General email inquiries: [address removed] General email inquiries:






*** THUR SEPT 12 from 10:30am-12pm" League of Women Voters – Ocean Beach Meeting – Mental Health "   The League of Women Voters will be holding their first meeting after a summer break since their inaugural meeting in Ocean Beach in May.  When September 12, from 10:30am-12pm *Where: Point Loma Library, 3701 Voltaire St, San Diego, CA 92107 They will be discussing Mental Health. Massacres by mentally unstable shooters have focused attention on the inadequacies of the U.S. mental health care system in which less than half of the seriously ill can get treatment. How good is San Diego County’s Mental Health System and what needs to be done to improve it? The LWVSD will be looking at this question and the League’s County Mental Health position created in 1997 in order to have a serious and informative discussion on what the County is doing or not doing. What is Laura’s Law and the connections between mental illness, alcohol and drug use and violence. Be sure to attend our September Unit meeting on this timely and important topic. Meetings are open to the public, men and women. The League is  a non-partisan group, so bring your friends as well. Shirley Walkoe & Nancy Witt  Co-Chairpersons *Where: Point Loma Library, 3701 Voltaire St, San Diego, CA 92107



*** THURSDAY SEPT 12 at   7:30 PM to 9:00 PM  " KPBS PROGRAM ~ Searching for Your Roots This event is full. However, please join us via webcast at HENRY LOUIS GATES, JR We share a basic drive to discover our own personal stories that explain who we are — and where we come from. In the 2012 PBS series, Finding Your Roots, Henry Louis Gates Jr. explored “the DNA of American culture.” Gates enlisted his own corps of discovery — leading genealogists, geneticists, and ancestry genetic testing companies — to uncover the ancestry of celebrities in each episode. This very team has been busy tracing the genetic histories of tonight’s guests, the Smithsonian’s own LONNIE BUNCH, director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and Washington Week’s GWEN IFILL Gates will reveal their ancestral backgrounds, discovered through historical records and genomic data, live on stage. Ifill and Bunch will explore the results and comment on what they’ve learned.  Lonnie Bunch  Gwen Ifill After the ancestral reveal, the program continues with a discussion on the promise and limitations of genomic research and ancestral inference genetic testing. Panelists include: Aravinda Chakravarti, professor, McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine, Johns Hopkins University; Charmaine Royal, faculty, Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy, and associate research professor, Department of African and African American Studies, Duke University; Joanna Mountain, senior director of research, 23andMe.  The panel moderator is VENCE BONHAM, associate investigator, National Human Genome Research Institute. A question-and-answer session with the audience follows.  Gates is the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor at Harvard University, and director of the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research.  For more information, email [address removed]


*** FRI SEPT  13 at   9:00AM-11:00AM " BACK to SCHOOL with SECRETARY ARNE DUNCAN ~ NEXT STOP on BUS TOUR: CASTLE PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL ~  CHULA VISTA ! ~ Theme: PROMISED NEIGHBORHOODS Join Secretary of Education Arne Duncan for a Town Hall & Panel Discussion. Following the Town Hall, join stakeholders and Department of Education officials in community discussion sessions on the following topics:  1.  Early Learning 2.  College Access 3.  Family Engagement 4.  Juvenile Justice 5.  Community Engagement RSVP for the event here . Contact AAUW at [address removed] for talking points to use at the event.  Let us know how the event went! Make sure you fill out the event feedback form .AAUW does not control the registration list and can't guarantee there will be space, so please RSVP as soon as possible.  *Where: Castle Park Middle School 160 Quintard Street Chula Vista, California 91911 Planner U.S. Department of Education   Contact Us Register: Reply-To: [address removed] From: AAUW Action Network <[address removed]> *When: Friday, September 13, 2013, 9:00AM -11:00AM *Where: Castle Park Middle School 160 Quintard Street Chula Vista, California 91911



*** SAT SEPT 14 at 1:00PM " WOMEN OF COLOR UNITED " Join Women of Color United at The Center, 3909 Centre Street on Saturdays at 1 pm. The group meets in Latin@ Services. For more INFO Email: [address removed] Where: The Center, 3909 Centre Street, Hillcrest, San Diego




*** SAT SEPT 14 & SUN SEPT 15 at 2:00PM " DETAINED IN THE DESERT @ LA JOLLA PLAYHOUSE " on UCSD Campus, Shank Theatre, Must See, last week here ! (Tickets also at door)   "...passionate and emotional X-ray of a very volatile subject!" –Union-Tribune   "the play triumphs--dense with drama, t  there's plenty of action here in the Sonoran desert--bruised, beaten, fried by the sun and haunted..." –Citybeat   "TMM's staging [is] a play all Zonies should see--and everyone else!" –San Diego Reader      See the TMM website for details and tickets: Including talks BACKS AFTER PLAY with inspiration for Play, Enrique Morones of Border Angels and Cast Members (Wednesday 730pm, Thursday 730pm, Saturday 200pm and Sunday 200pm talk back schedule)  La Jolla Playhouse Box Office  (858)[masked]   Box Office fax  (858)[masked]   TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf):  (858)[masked]  Where: UCSD Campus, Shank Theatre


*** SAT SEPT 14 at 12:00PM - 5:00PM The Human Rights Campaign <[address removed]> HRC Volunteers Needed for Chula Vista Pride! HRC needs you to be a part of our efforts in support of LGBT equality! No experience is necessary – new and experienced volunteers are both welcome!  For questions, please contact email: [address removed]. Chula Vista Pride Saturday, September 14 (various shifts available throughout the day) Where: Bayfront Park Chula Vista, CA P.S. Please join us for HRC Connect on September 17 at Heights Tavern!

Reply-To: Human Rights Campaign <[address removed]>

Volunteer at Pride  Volunteer with HRC at a pride event near you.  Stay Informed  Keep up to date on the latest marriage equality news.  Get the Goods  Special HRC merchandise  Please help us share the news of these events! All HRC members, supporters, friends and family are welcome. Email: [address removed]

Tell a friend: Go To:

Saturday, September 14,[masked]:00pm-5:00pm Bayfront Park Chula Vista, CA

Saturday, September 14 10:00am-12:00pm Saturday, September 14 11:30am-1:30pm Saturday, September 14 1:00pm-3:00pm Saturday, September 14 2:30pm-4:30pm Saturday, September 14 4:00pm-6:00pm
*Will you be volunteering with anyone else? *   If yes, what are their names?


*** TUES SEPT 17 at 7:00PM " Young Women's/Men's Discussion Group " Connect to The Center and the community ". Join other 18-28 year olds to talk about relationships, sexual health, activism, community building and more. The womenís group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7 pm and the menís group meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. For more information, contact Aaron Heier at [masked] x211, or [address removed].


*** TUES SEPT 17 at 9:30AM -12:30PM  " Thomas Jefferson School of Law " Employee Rights Self-Help Clinic" Thomas Jefferson School of Law's next Employee Rights Self-Help Clinic will be taking place on Saturday, September 14, 9:30 am-12:30 pm. An appointment is required - please call [masked]. Appointments are also available for their next clinic on Saturday, October 12, 9:30 am-12:30 pm.


*** WED SEPT 18 at 11:00Am- 1:30PM Register New Citizens " *Where Golden Hall, 202 C Street, Downtown San Diego. Come help us register new citizens to vote after they are naturalized at this month's ceremony. We'll provide the training and materials--all you need to do is show up! Civic Center Plaza - just outside Golden Hall downtown.  Contact: [address removed]


*** SAT SEPT 21, 2013 at 10:30 AM - 8:00 PM " LAMBDA LEGAL'S San Diego GOLF EVENT ! "Date: Saturday, September 21, 2013 Where: Aviara Resort Golf Club 7100 Aviara Resort Drive Carlsbad, CA 92011 Registration 11:15 -11:45 am | Golf Clinic with PGA Pro's (with sponsorship purchase only) 12:00 pm | Shotgun Start (scramble format) 6:00 pm | Cocktails & Dinner Join us for Lambda Legal's inaugural golf event! You will get to enjoy 18 holes of golf at the beautiful Aviara Resort, alongside other LGBT people and allies,while supporting Lambda Legal's important work for equality. For more information, please contact Holly or John at [address removed] or[masked]-9648. If you are unable to attend but would still like to contribute, click here: https://secure3.convi...LAMBDA LEGAL Website: [address removed]g Where: at the beautiful Aviara Resort Where: Aviara Resort Golf Club, 7100 Aviara Resort Drive Carlsbad, CA 92011




*** SAT SEPT 21 starts at 10:30 AM in San Diego " DRAW A LINE ACTION " ~  STOP KXL KEYSTONE PIPELINE! SAN DIEGANS PLEDGE RESISTANCE to the KEYSTONE PIPELINE "  Saturday, September 21, 10:30 AM Federal Building (south lawn) San Diego CA " DRAW A LINE ACTION " ~  STOP KXL KEYSTONE PIPELINE! SIGN UP to attend or lead a Draw the Line action on September 21st to PROTECT OUR COMMUNITIES FROM CLIMATE CHANGE! and send a message to President Obama that there's no turning back -- to keep his climate promises, he needs to reject Keystone XL.  Over the past two years tens of thousands of people have stepped into the streets to stop Keystone XL -- rallying, risking arrest, showing up at Obama events, and taking action to stop the pipeline directly.  Now President Obama has said that he's willing to reject the pipeline if it significantly impacts the climate. Well, it would, and We need to show the President that it's time to draw the line, and stop Keystone XL for GOOD! Where: Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse 880 Front Street San Diego, CA[masked] (south lawn)


From: Rae Breaux - <[address removed]>

Subject: We started something great.

Reply-To: [address removed]


Photo: Remember this?


Two years ago today, the fourth group of Tar Sands Action arrestees were lined up in front of the White House taking a stand against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, part of one of the largest acts of civil disobedience in the American climate movement.

1,253 people strong, we came from coast to coast every day for two weeks to sit-in and tell the President the KXL pipeline was clearly not in our best interest.

In the last two years, the energy from those sit ins has powered a steady drum beat of unprecedented actions: from circling the White House, to Texas landowners blocking construction in Texas, to rallying 40,000 strong in DC this February, to making sure the President hears about the pipeline and tar sands every time he speaks. We made ourselves impossible to ignore, and showed the world that the Keystone XL pipeline and the tar sands are not the way to a healthy and livable planet.

On September 21st, communities will join forces again to Draw the Line on Keystone XL. We will stand up against against the tar sands and climate impacts and take a stand for a clean energy future.

There are some great actions registered already -- a pipeline piñata in Texas, a chalk line of high water in NYC, a “second line” dancing brass band in New Orleans -- and many more beyond that. There’s a guide for getting organized, as well as ideas for action on the sign up pageClick here to plan your own:

No one expected that we could pull off two weeks of successful civil disobedience, or surround the White House, or even still be in this fight two years later. Even now, there are still folks rooting for us to fail.

But I don’t think we will, because since the start of this campaign you have shown what ambitious, determined, creative action can do, and we're not going to stop doing just that.

Looking forward to aligning in the streets again,


(photo: Josh Lopez) is building a global movement to solve the climate crisis. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter, and sign up for email alerts.


***WED SEPT 25 from 3 7:45:00 PM PDT - 8:45:00 PM PDT, Unite Tonight - West Coast, Wednesday,  September 25,  2013 7:45:00 PM PDT - 8:45:00 PM PDT, This is going to be an amazing night!

We are looking for people to sign up as Ambassadors of Unite Tonight and for reproductive rights.

As an Ambassador,  you’ll host an event at your home that rallies your friends around the urgent need for federal protection of reproductive rights against the fierce anti-choice opposition., The heart of the night will be a live,  interactive online experience,

including:, •  a Q&A with our president and CEO,  Nancy Northup,  about the Center’s new plan (already in the works!) to go on the offense to protect reproductive rights on a national level;,

•  guest spots from prominent activists,  providers,  and celebrities;,

•  a trivia contest,  story-telling project,  and more. , Here’s how it works: once you sign up as an Ambassador for Unite Tonight,  we’ll send you a confirmation by email. Around September 15,  we’ll send you another email with more details about the event,

including a link to the online experience.,

Here’s what you’ll need to host: a well-positioned computer with speakers—so a group of people can view the show—and high-speed internet access. That’s it.

Except,  of course,  you should invite a bunch of friends over who are fed up and believe that all women should have the same access to reproductive health care no matter where they live. , Sign up now to be an Ambassador for this landmark event. Slots are limited for both the east coast and west coast event., It’s going to be an awesome night. We really hope you’ll join us.



Extremist politicians sank to new lows this year in their attacks on reproductive rights. On September 25, all across the U.S., we will gather to call on Congress to Draw the Line.

We are looking for people to sign up as Ambassadors of Unite Tonight and for reproductive rights. As an Ambassadoryou’ll host an event at your home that rallies your friends around the urgent need for federal protection of reproductive rights against the fierce anti-choice opposition. The heart of the night will be a live, interactive online experience presented by the Center for Reproductive Rights.


Slots for the online experience are limited, so Sign Up Now to be an Ambassador for this landmark event.
Just choose your time zone.  GT TO:




*** THURS  SEPT 26 at 6:00PM to 9:30PM Green Experts Academy presents "San Diego Civic Crisis: Where Does The Green Sector Go From Here?" Green Experts Academy Thursday, September 26, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT) San Diego, CA     I am organizing an evening forum, on Sept. 26th, which will be frank but civil, and focused on our green future in San Diego. I think we have to start taking ownership now. Panels of experts, activists and electeds. I hope Progressives are interested. We keep it affordable at $23 per ticket, free parking dessert and coffee included. Hope you can share with your list. Registration is at Where: Cricket Communications Inc. Headquarters 5887 Copley Dr  San Diego, CA 92111 More details coming soon... Thank you, Kathleen  Professor Kathleen M. Connell, M.A.   email:<[address removed]> Registration is at



Friday, Sept. 27, 8 pm, 'Invisible People' Black. Queer. Opera. Cinema. Glottalopticon invites you to experience the staged premiere of "Invisible People (A Radio Opera)" by Yvette Janine Jackson. Featuring soprano Malesha Jessie along with Abner Genece, Jackson's opera weaves together myriad sonic impressions to form an essay on homophobia from an African American perspective. The evening launches off with a new collaboration with visual artist Ava Porter. Experience it at Space 4 Art [masked]th Street, San Diego, CA 92101). Tickets available online from Brown Paper Tickets and at the door - $15, $10 student/senior/military.



***SAT SEPT 28 from 1:00-4:00PM  " Dem. Club of C'bad-O'Side Annual Fiesta F/Raiser 9/28th "Hello Folks.  After a summer hiatus, the Democrat Club of Carlsbad-Oceanside is jumping into the new club season with our annual fundraiser fiesta, Saturday, September 28th, 1-4 pm. “Viva Democrats” is a tribute to the ever increasing power of Hispanics in the United States, and especially locally. ★ THE HONORABLE OLGA DIAZ  ★ will be speaker, the first Hispanic on the Escondido City Council; now running a strong race for Mayor.  Richard Duquette, Esq., will be emcee.  Where: Held at Woman’s Club of Carlsbad, 3320 Monroe St., C’bad 92008. Across from CHS Stadium.  Parking in rear lot or on street.  Entrance in rear. Mexican buffet provided by San Luis Rey Bakery & Restaurant, with selections for

vegans and vegetarians. Please join us. $30/person. Make check to DEMCCO, mailed to my home.

I’ll let you know you’re on the paid list. Carol Law1601 Gascony RoadEncinitas, CA  [masked] Mailing to me saves many trips to the Oceanside Post Office. We’ll have also a fun basket raffle and a number of quality silent auction items.  No live auction.  Bring folding money for auction and Phil Hanneman’s no-host bar:  wine, beer, soft drinks, water; checks for silent auction. The 2014 elections are fast upon us.  Off-year elections are traditionally tough on the party of the second-term White House occupants, and that’s us.  This yearly DEMCCO event helps Democrats get elected in our area.  We donated $5,000 to a dozen candidates in the 2012 election; nearly all were elected. Attached is the Fiesta flyer if you care to open. Thanks for your interest. Carol Law for DEMCCO   [masked] [address removed] I



***SUN SEPT 29 at " 24th ANNUAL AIDS WALK/RUN  - ARE YOU UP TO THE CHALLENGE? " THE LARGEST ONE DAY HIV/AIDS FUNDRAISER in SAN DIEGO COUNTY! " Summer To-Do List – Register for AIDS Walk San Diego! GO  TO: In the wake of last week's historic marriage equality decisions, this summer could not be off to a better start!   Now, you can make it even better by checking one more item off of your must-do list this summer – register for AIDS Walk today! It’s quick and easy and will leave you with plenty of time to prepare for all the fabulous weddings!    By registering today, you'll jump start our fundraising efforts and help us get the word about exciting new additions to this year’s event. Not only does this year's event feature new routes for both the Walk and Run, but there will also be a fun and unique “Street Challenge” obstacle course! Early registration rates for the Street Challenge are available now.  The 24th annual AIDS Walk San Diego will take place on Sunday, Sept. 29 in Balboa Park.   This inspiring community event is San Diego County’s largest HIV/AIDS fundraiser – generating HIV awareness and much-needed funds for local HIV/AIDS service organizations. It’s vital that we continue to step up and support the approximately 12,500 people living with HIV in our community and show them we care. For more info, please check out our website at or visit and “like” our Facebook page at Where: IN BALBOA PARK

*** SUN SEPT[masked]: Get crowned in 2013! Reply-To: "The Center's AIDS Walk, Run & Street Challenge" <[address removed]> Go the Extra Mile for AIDS Walk and Get Your Crown!At AIDS Walk, we owe a great debt of gratitude to a very special group of people who register forAIDS Walk, Run & Street Challenge San Diego and set the incredible goal of raising $1,000 for this important community fundraising event.   These dedicated individuals are known as members of the “Extra Mile Club” – and you’ll recognize them as the folks wearing those dazzling and stylish gold crowns on AIDS Walk Sunday.   This year, we’d like to invite you to consider joining the “Extra Mile Club” when you register. Not only will you help us generate much-needed resources for our fight against HIV/AIDS in San Diego, you’ll get crowned, too!  Registration for the 24th annual AIDS Walk & Run San Diego on Sunday, Sept. 29 is now in full swing.   By registering at this time, you’ll have time to meet your fundraising goals whether you walk, run or take the new “Street Challenge Obstacle Course.” And, we will be truly grateful for your commitment and generosity, as will the 12,500 people living with HIV/AIDS in San Diego County.  For more info, or to register, visit our website at then visit and “like” our Facebook page at


★ ★ ★ *****  ★ ★ ★ OCTOBER 2013 ★ ★ ★ ***** ★ ★ ★


*** WED OCT 2, 2103 from 6:00-10:00PM In Washington, D.C. " 2013 EVENING with the 21st Annual STARS of ENERGY EFFICIENCY AWARDS DINNER " The Alliance to Save Energy Using Less. Doing more. presents The 2013   Stars of Energy Efficiency Are... Seven diverse, yet equally outstanding leaders in energy efficicency! Congratulations to the 2013 Star of Energy Efficiency Award Recipients:   ★ Secretary of Navy Ray Mabus ★ has been selected by Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) to receive the prestigious Chairman’s Award for his commitment to helping make the U.S. Navy a global leader in energy efficiency. ★ Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) ★ will receive the Charles H. Percy Award for Public Service for its investments to spur energy efficiency improvements for businesses and homes in 10 Northeastern states. ★ Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) ★  is awarded the Galaxy Star award  ★ for implementing a comprehensive sustainability plan which achieved outstanding energy and energy efficiency improvements in the Metro’s fleet and buildings. ★ Lime Energy is the recipient of the Super Nova Star  ★ award for its Small Business Direct Install model which works with nine utilities in six states to help small businesses become more energy efficient. ★ Keystone HELP ★ is this year’s Andromeda Star award recipient for providing low-cost financing options to help Pennsylvania residents perform energy-saving ENERGY STAR improvements in their homes. ★ Whirlpool Corporation is this year’s Innovative Star of Energy ★ Efficiency award recipient for introducing a new line of Smart Grid home appliances that will educate consumers on how to avoid peak times to maximize energy efficiency. ★ The Building and Construction Authority of Singapore is receiving the International (I-Star) ★ award for its commitment to achieve a national target of greening at least 80% of the buildings in Singapore by 2030. Join us! Over 500 industry leaders, including members of Congress, high-ranking administration officials, and titans of industry, will gather on October 2nd at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C. to raise a glass in recognition of the monumental achievements made by these stellar award winners. Learn more about the 2013 award recipients via the tabs on the dinner homepage: Become a part of this 21st annual celebration by contacting Marcy Devaney for information about sponsorship, tables and seating options. We look forward to seeing you in your black-tie best in October! Where: Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium, Washington D.C.


***WED OCT 2 at 7-8:45PM  " San Diego DFA & San Diego PDA Metro MEETUP " • Guest Speaker: Probably Mayroal Candidates.TBA . Email: [address removed] *Where: Giovanni's restaurant's meeting room, 9353 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92123. (Corner of Clairemont Mesa Blvd. & Ruffin Rd. across from the Voters Registrar's Office). FREE EVENT! ALL ARE WELCOME! Website:

***FRIDAY & SATURDAY ***OCTOBER 4 & 5 *** San Diego County Democratic Convention! The registration deadline is just two months away, on September 4, so don't delay! *** WHERE: at Pala Casino & Resort  11154 Highway 76, Pala, CA 92059 (View a schedule and more details at All of the "Package" options below include the reception and dinner on Friday, Convention registration and the luncheon on Saturday, and a guest room at Pala on Friday night. Alternatively, you may pay for the Friday or Saturday events individually, without the overnight stay. We will email you immediately after you register to gather any other details needed for your reservation.  Feel free to contact the Democratic Party at (858)[masked] or [address removed] for assistance or more details. REGISTER at:


* Registration is now open for the San Diego County Democratic Convention! The registration deadline is just two months away, on September 4, so don't delay! Experience a political convention this October 4-5 that's fun, informative, affordable, and close to home.

We expect space to fill up quickly at our spectacular venue, Pala Casino Spa & Resort, so make your reservation today at the new Convention website: For as little as $45 you can register for a full day of activities including breakfast, workshops, general sessions, and more.

Or select the All-Inclusive Package for $240 and enjoy a Chair's Reception and dinner on Friday, a guest room Friday night at Pala's award-winning resort, and a special luncheon on Saturday (per person, based on double occupancy). he fifth biennial Convention organized by the San Diego County Democratic Party, this year's event will include participation from many Democrats in neighboring counties, making it Southern California's Democratic event of the year.  You'll meet and hear from statewide and local candidates and elected officials, participate in stimulating trainings and panel discussions, and enjoy networking and socializing with Democrats from throughout the region. The registration deadline is just two months away, on September 4, so don't delay! Sign up at email: [address removed], or call (858) 277-3367.


*** Friday/Saturday, October 4/5, 7:30 pm, 'San Diego Dances at Spanish Village' in Balboa Park Award winning choreographer Peter G. Kalivas reinvents works in collaboration with artists from Spanish Village (paper, textile, paint, glass), transforming the space and the audiences experience with dance in this stunning outdoor event. Also featuring work by choreographers Michael Nickerson-Rossi, Faith Jensen-IsmayTickets are just $20 General, $15 Senior/Student, $13 Groups of 10 or more, parent free when kids 15 and under pay $10 (advance Purchase prices - $5 more at the door). For tickets and information, visit



*** SAT OCT 19 AT  6:00PM - 10:00PM " THE CENTER'S 40th ANNIVERSARY GALA! " The Center’s Gala brings together hundreds of our closest friends and partners for equality *Where: at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront for a delightful evening of dinner and dancing in support of our vital health and human rights programs. Join San Diego’s finest to enjoy a cocktail hour, fabulous silent auction, live entertainment, delicious gourmet dinner and mercifully brief program that lets you enjoy friends and dance the night away. Whether you care about equality, youth, seniors, families, our Latino brothers and sisters, those living with HIV, or community health, you’ll care about this event!  Buy your table or tickets online. The Center <[address removed]>

Where were you in 1973? Richard Nixon was in office, the U.S. Supreme overturned Roe V. Wade, and a small group of dedicated volunteers founded what would eventually come to be known as The San Diego LGBT Community Center. Forty years later, “The Center” proudly provides more than 50,000 service visits a year to our community! We invite you to celebrate the triumphs and challenges of the last four decades with us on Saturday, October 19 at our Ruby Anniversary Gala. To learn more, visit the website!

Same Event: THE CENTER'S 40TH ANNIVERSARY GALA  Date: Saturday, October 19, 2013 Time: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Location: Hilton San Diego Bayfront From a single answering machine set up in a utility closet to a thriving community center that provided more than 50,000 service visits last year alone, The San Diego LGBT Community Center has grown steadily for forty years.  Now, we invite you to join over 800 of your closest friends to celebrate The Center’s Ruby Anniversary! Enjoy a lively silent auction, 3-course gourmet dinner, signature cocktails and lots of dancing as we recall the triumphs and challenges of the last four decades. Whether you wore bellbottoms, stirrup pants, bike shorts or skinny jeans when you first came to The Center, we hope that you will save the date for this special anniversary gala and journey with us across the years from Disco to Techno. Proceeds benefit more than 40 vital community programs and services at The Center. Tax ID#:[masked]


***TUES OCT 15  ALL FEMALE MARIACHI CONCERT October 13 On the green at NTC Liberty Station Tickets available on September 1.



***TUES OCT. October 24: " VOW's 5th Annual Beyond Borders Benefit " when we will Honor the Cesar Chavez Service Clubs.

~We know you receive a number of invitations to events, regularly!  We know that you can't attend them all.  We know there's one event you will want to attend this year, and we'd like you to please Save the Date now! October 24, 2013 VOW's 5th Annual Beyond Borders Benefit   Savor the aromas of Truffle-braised Short ribs and Parmesan Risotto. Dream of the Tiramisu to follow. Enjoy a glass of Cabernet (or a soda if you prefer). Listen to the soulful, soothing sounds of jazz.  Mingle with fine people who share a passion for education. Honor LINDA & CARLOS LE GERRETTE, the Founders of the Cesar Chavez Service Clubs.  Conclude the evening with coffee under the stars. We know you can't wait for the date! October 24, 2013.  We know you'll be astounded to learn that for all the delights listed above, it's only $85.00 per person.  We know you'll look forward to receiving a postcard from VOW confirming all these details. You can RSVP buy your tickets right now! *****

You can RSVP buy your tickets right now! Click here. You'll be glad you did!  And we'll be ever so glad too!
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You can RSVP buy your tickets right now! Click here.


***November 8: Five Rings Financial will stage a 2nd Expo to benefit VOW. email: [address removed] phone:[masked] web:



*** FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 to SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 *** ASSEMBLY AUDUBON 2013 *** Begins at  12:00PM/Noon on FRIDAY 10/25, 2013 > Ends 2:00PM, SATURDAY 10/26/2013     Audubon Assembly 2013 - Boots on the Ground Tickets in Palm Harbor, FL, United States Assembly 2013 - Boots on the Ground Friday, October 25, 2013, 12:00 PM to Saturday, October 26, 2013, 2:00 PM Where: Innisbrook, APlease enable JavaScript and refresh your browser to continue. TICKETS PRICE FEES QUANTITY Early-Bird Assembly Ticket More Info


***TUES OCT 29  In Minneapolis  Join us at Celebrate with FRANK RICH & SARAH SROESZ ★ with PLANNED PARENTHOOD To see a list of ticket benefits, click here. For additional questions please contact[masked] or [address removed]. You are invited to join  President & CEO Sarah Stoesz  for an evening of entertainment  and celebration with Guest Speaker Frank Rich F


★ NOVEMBER 2013 ★ ★ ★                 ★


***WED NOV 6 at 7-8:45PM " San Diego DFA & San Diego PDA Metro MEETUP " • Guest Speaker: TBA . Email: [address removed] *Where: Giovanni's restaurant's meeting room, 9353 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92123. (Corner of Clairemont Mesa Blvd. & Ruffin Rd. across from the Voters Registrar's Office). FREE EVENT! ALL ARE WELCOME! Website:


*** WED NOV 6 Starts  6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. SAVE THE DATE Please join the Campaign for America's Future in WASHINGTON, D.C. & the Institute for America's Future;
for Honoring Margery Tabankin, Activist, Organizer, Advocate, Strategist Lifetime Achievement

Award Leo W. Gerard  International President, United Steelworkers Progressive Champion Award

★Featuring remarks by Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) Wednesday, November 6, 2013  6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Where: Arena Stage 1101 Sixth Street SW • Washington, D.C. • 20024 Additional details and registration information to follow. PURCHASE TICKETS AT

This year’s Audubon Assembly focuses on Florida's inspiring grassroots citizen science and volunteer conservation efforts.

Learn how Audubon and our dedicated "boots on the ground" supporters are using cutting-edge science to preserve and protect our state's most precious resources.

NOTE: During checkout, Ticketleap will ask you for a password - use any password you wish. This is only needed in case you need to make changes to your order. Also, you may choose to log in with Facebook or Twitter, which is very easy and safe. :)

The 2013 Audubon Assembly is designed to inspire you to get your boots on the ground. Our signature conservation event brings together representatives of Audubon’s 35,000 members and 44 chapters with conservation leaders, scientists, educators and policy makers. Through nature-inspired walking workshops, inspiring speakers and thought-provoking learning sessions, Audubon plans to join together people of all ages and backgrounds in our common interest of protecting Florida's remarkable natural resources.  Assembly 2013 Schedule Outline  Information on walking workshops, keynote speakers, special presentations, and more will be revealed in coming weeks. Be sure to bookmark our website or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Friday Learning Sessions This year's Audubon Assembly is focusing on the network of grassroots conservationists who are out in the field making a difference for Florida's environment. After our kick-off lunch on Friday, you will have the opportunity to participate in three different breakout sessions. Each session will run twice, so you will have an opportunity to experience two in their entirety. Our Citizen Science leaders are working hard to put together programs that will engage and inspire you. Each session will feature cutting-edge scientists, biologists, conservationists, and leaders from across Florida. Stay tuned for the latest information as it becomes available.

Boots on the Ground for Advocacy: Time spent in Florida’s special places and volunteer bird stewardship instills participants with a personal experience of the vital need for conservation. And when people speak from a place of personal experience with Florida’s lands, water, and wildlife they are powerful conservation advocates at multiple levels of government policy-making. In this session, learn how to cultivate leadership in your advocacy efforts. Boots on the Ground for Citizen Science: Whether it’s Florida Scrub-Jays, beach-nesting birds, sea turtles, or wading bird rookeries, data collected by trained citizen scientists provides information vital to habitat management. Join us for a discussion of the components of a successful citizen science program, volunteer recruitment and retention, and the ways in which these programs support conservation in Florida.

Boots on the Ground for Habitat Stewardship: When it comes to habitat stewardship, there is no substitute for a team of engaged, passionate and knowledgeable individuals willing to pull on their boots and apply themselves to a conservation challenge. Stewardship takes many forms; from tackling invasive species to applying prescribed fire, or even working to re-establish native species. These essential tasks are performed routinely throughout our state by committed staff and volunteer from a host of different entities all working toward the common cause of conservation.

This session will showcase a handful of these important and effective habitat stewardship strategies. This year's Assembly will be held in Palm Harbor at the beautiful Innisbrook hotel, only minutes from some very exciting options for our not-to-be-missed morning excursions! (more information will be available as we get closer to the event date). The hotel is located about a half hour from downtown Tampa.  Assembly officially begins Friday morning, October 25, and runs until 2 pm on Saturday, October 26.  YOU MUST BOOK YOUR HOTEL ROOM SEPERATELY: Call[masked] (mention you are with Audubon Florida) and book by October 3 to reserve your group rate room! Group rate is $129 a night.   Check this page often for the latest on what is sure to be the best Assembly yet!   `

***FRIDAY NOV 8 ***November 8: Five Rings Financial will stage a 2nd Expo to benefit VOW. email: [address removed] phone:[masked] web:

Wine Women & Wealth Second Annual Expo Please mark  your calendars to join us on November 8 for the second annual Wine Women & Wealth Expo at the Del Mar Hilton. This event is a  fundraiser for VOW created by Denise Arand  and Mara Hoover of Five Rings Financial. The Expo will run from 10am to 4pm (think of it as your "golf" day!)  Last year's Expo was a huge success and we expect this year's to be even more inspirational! Registration is in progress, please signup today on VOW's website. For additional information, please visit



*** SAT NOV 9 at Scheduled Times " JDRF Walk Kick-Off Concert in the Park ~ 5K "

" *Registration Start Time:6:30AM   * Walk Start Time: 8:00AM" - Save the Date Date:  November 9, 2013  Can't make this date? Be a Virtual Walker! Where: Balboa Park 6th Avenue and Laurel Street San Diego, Contact: ALEXIA RODRIGUEZ [address removed] (858)[masked] Registration Start Time:  6:30 AM  Walk Start Time:  8:00 AM  Length of Walk: 5K REGISTRATION & EVENT INFO: Email: [address removed]

Local Chapter:  San Diego Chapter, 5665 Oberlin Drive, Suite 106, San Diego, CA 92121



★ ★ ★ ***** ★ ★ ★  DECEMBER 2013  ★ ★ ★ ***** ★ ★ ★


***WED DEC  4  at 7-8:45PM " San Diego DFA & San Diego PDA Metro MEETUP " • Guest Speaker: TBA . Email: [address removed] *Where: Giovanni's restaurant's meeting room, 9353 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92123. (Corner of Clairemont Mesa Blvd. & Ruffin Rd. across from the Voters Registrar's Office). FREE EVENT! ALL ARE WELCOME! Website:

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