• Warriors / Rockets Game
    • What we'll do We'll start watching the Warriors / Rockets at 6:30pm (game starts at 5pm but we'll have it recorded on Directv). I'll provide drinks but please bring snacks to share if you can. Should be a great game! • What to bring If you can bring snacks, please let us know what you plan to bring. • Important to know We'll share the address and detailed direction after you RSVP. Location is Potrero Hill (94107).

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  • Delta Wine & Art Faire
    FREE admission This Delta Chamber organized event will be a public event for hundreds of participants to enjoy viewing artwork in a casual setting with food as well as wine and bidding on Silent Auction items. This is a nonprofit fundraiser and proceeds from the event will benefit the California Delta Chambers & Visitors Bureau. Park Delta Bay is a destination resort conveniently located for touring the local wine country, historic river towns, and surrounding wetland wildlife habitats. Only one hour away from Sacramento and San Francisco Bay Area! Mark your calendars for last Saturday of September and first Saturday of October from 1-6 pm. WEBSITE: http://californiadelta.org/event/delta-wine-art-fair/ RVSP as "Going" on the Facebook event page and receive a FREE drink ticket for wine! https://www.facebook.com/events/105288479924776/

    Park Delta Bay

    922 W Brannan Island Road · Isleton, CA

  • Delta Wine & Art Faire
    FREE admission This Delta Chamber organized event will be a public event for hundreds of participants to enjoy viewing artwork in a casual setting with food as well as wine and bidding on Silent Auction items. This is a nonprofit fundraiser and proceeds from the event will benefit the California Delta Chambers & Visitors Bureau. Park Delta Bay is a destination resort conveniently located for touring the local wine country, historic river towns, and surrounding wetland wildlife habitats. Only one hour away from Sacramento and San Francisco Bay Area! Mark your calendars for last Saturday of September and first Saturday of October from 1-6 pm. WEBSITE: http://californiadelta.org/event/delta-wine-art-fair/ https://www.facebook.com/CFWDeltaWineandArt/

    Park Delta Bay

    922 W Brannan Island Road · Isleton, CA

  • ALL 80s DANCE: "Loving The 80's, Loving the Alien" A Bowie Tribute
    ALL VINYL / ALL NIGHT 80s dance night @ Pop's every last Saturday of the month Sponsored by: Vinyl Dreams, Explorist International, and Amoeba Music Free Dance party! Massive David Bowie will be played on this fine day to pay tribute to the man that is so dear to so many of us! Every forth song or more will be a Bowie song. Your DJs this evening ARE what they play and they are DJ Boom Bostic and DJ Veryserious Jeff Shuman. You will be believers. Believe me! Curated Dance music of the 80s: Funk, Boogie, new wave, pop, r&b, rap, house, reggae, New 80s edits, and Dance Jams influenced by the 80s Residents: Boom Bostic Teemoney Chan Chan BENNBA$$ DJ 83'till infinity DJ Veryserious

    Pop's Bar

    2800 24th Street · San Francisco, CA

  • Run Fort to Fort (10k Race) With TRIBE & Dolphin South End Runners
    Anyone else with fitness goals for 2016? Well one of my goals is to run or hike more consistently and one way I plan to execute on the goal is either join or organize a group run, race or hike once a month. Next month on February 21, 2016 at 9:00 am, I'm planning to do a run with one of my favorite running groups Dolphin South End Runners (http://dserunners.com/ai1ec_event/waterfront-10m-5k-2016/?instance_id=584) and I figured I would make it an event in case there are other TRIBE folks like me that find races and group events positive, fun, extra super motivating................... Race Information: So the distance itself is 10k ( or 6.2 miles) DSER attracts runners of all ages and fitness levels. The race starts at Fort Mason (will try to get clarification on the actual start location before the event) and it's an out and back race. Here's the course map- A little more about the Dolphin South End Runners and why I love the group so much: • Reason 1: Super Economical Racing Fees: So I discovered DSER way back in 2007 when I just started getting out more after returning to the Bay Area and starting my first law firm job. I ended up loving the group because they organize several low cost races every single month most of the time in the SF or Peninsula area. Which was great once I started to appreciate how much money each of the bigger more fancy races cost (around $65-100). Plus that annoying thing where they won't just send you your bib (the racing number you put on your shirt) by mail and make you go to some expo to get your goody packet. Those big races are fun for an occasional splurge (especially if the race supports a good cause) but racing regularly at $65-100 a pop could easily pay for decent travel vacation (http://www.eventbrite.com/e/travel-more-spend-less-4-tickets-20047089384?aff=blkpro&afu=2095032283). In contrast the DSER runs are between $5 and $10 bucks. That's why I personally prefer the lower key, low cost options. There are some trade offs of course- while the race is timed by volunteers don't expect a chip and precise timing. • Reason 2: Nice unpretentious people. So if you are worried that you are too out of shape to run a race of any distance, keep in mind that their motto is "Start Slow and Taper Off" and their mascot is a running turtle. Seriously. That said, there are always fast runners in any running group. My point is that they are super accommodating and even the great runners will make you feel like you belong. They will even take time to cheer you while they are hauling butt heading back to the finish. You could even run/walk the race if need be. If you think you won't be able to finish your race before the cut off time, just start early that the race time and self time. Every time I have run a race, I have met incredibly nice people. Like "what planet are you from?" nice. And it since its a volunteer organization cultivating community through running I always end up feeling a little better about humanity afterwards. So with all of the rambling done, let's get down to brass tacks............ Plan for meeting up: I plan to arrive by 8:15 am so I have time to figure out parking (it'll be my first time doing this race too), sign up and warm up. I don't run with my phone but I will be on the lookout for folks between 8:15 and 8:45 am right before the race start. Once we start, we'll complete the race at our own pace. If your bad ass, please make sure to cheer on/encourage folks as they go. They is a tent with snacks and drink where we can wait and socialize while folks finish. If folks are interested, we can grab brunch after. Fees: $5 for DSER members or $7 for non DSER members Stuff to bring: Running Shoes, Water, visor, sun protection, warm up clothes, post race snacks and positive energy.

    Fort Mason Center - Parking Lot

    Marina Blvd · San Francisco, CA

    $7.00
  • Social Enterprise Alliance Pitch Night
    PLEASE RSVP ON EVENTBRITE TO ATTEND (http://bit.ly/1QGSbZ5) Get Ready To be Inspired by an exciting assortment of Social Enteprise Ideas, Projects, and People. Join other business, tech, philanthropy, nonprofit, government, and community leaders in discovering and supporting Bay Area social enterprises. There will be ample time and opportunities to network, build community, and explore collaborations. Please submit your idea here. (http://bit.ly/1KhuzWy.) We Got Prizes and Investors. Pitchers, BYOC. Cheer for your favorite - the audience picks a winner. Pitchers benefit from thoughtful input provided by multi-sector leaders across generations. SEA/SFbay Pitch Night events attract investors, entrepreneurs, social enterprise practitioners, academics, community organizers, and nonprofit, business, and government leaders of all ages, and in all stages. Bring your business cards! Come willing and ready to find funding and collaboration opportunities. Invite your friends to cheer along! SELECTED ORGANIZATIONS RECEIVE EXPERT FEEDBACK FROM EXPERTS IN THE FIELD OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISE Submit your Pitch! IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PITCH: The deadline for submission is Friday, November 6th, 2015 at 5pm. You will have the opportunity to present a 5-minute pitch outlining your social enterprise idea (whether you are a nonprofit, for profit, or sole proprietor). Please be mindful of our definition of Social Enterprise to apply. Please submit your idea: http://bit.ly/1KhuzWy We can only accommodate 5 Pitch presentations! Send us your Pitch now! We will advise if you have been chosen by Wednesday, November 11th. Please note that selected pitches will receive an edited film of your pitch by Nancy Eriksson for a non-refundable a non-refundable $49 fee. Application related questions can be submitted to Sarah Noyes at [masked] PLEASE RSVP ON EVENTBRITE TO ATTEND: http://bit.ly/1QGSbZ5

    Impact Hub

    901 Mission St, suite 105 · San Francisco, CA

    $15.00
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  • Let's Check Out the Google Driveless Car at the Computer History Museum
    Let's Get Our Geek On at the Awe-Inspiring Computer History Museum, conveniently located in Mountain View. Called, "the Valley's answer to the Smithsonian", the Computer History Museum houses decades of inventions that chronicle the computer's evolution. In addition to checking out Google's driverless car (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_driverless_car), we will find out why computer history is 2000 years old. Learn about computer history´s game-changers in our multimedia exhibitions. Play a game of Pong or Spacewar! Listen to computer pioneers tell their story from their own perspective. Discover the roots of today´s Internet and mobile devices. See over 1,100 historic artifacts, including some of the very first computers from the 1940s and 1950s. We will arrive at 11:00 am so we'll be able to check out the docent-led tour: Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing If you buy your tickets from me (paypal to [masked]), the price is $12 ($3 off of the normal general admission). Oh and for those of you with kiddos, kids under 12 are free. Hope to see you there!

    Computer History Museum

    1401 N Shoreline Blvd · Mountain View

    $12.00
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  • Get Down Trini Style- Parade and Party at SF Carnival
    Ever wanted to march in the big SF CARNIVAL PARADE instead of just watching? Here's your chance to be a part of the SF Carnival without having to learn a dance routine or wear a skimpy outfit. This is your chance to party Trini style without a plane trip... Sistas Wit Style (http://rissaweb.wix.com/sistas-wit-style#%21gallery/c1f85) is an Oakland based Caribbean Folk Performing Dance Company. They have been performing at SF Carnival for 11 years and unlike the Brazilian inspired dance troupes, these sexy ladies and gentlemen get down to the energetic Caribbean sounds of soca and reggae. Check them out in action here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZ6wb69xbOs). Oh, you will be getting it in.... All ages, races, genders and sizes welcome! No experience necessary! So in lieu of becoming a costumed dancer, you can still enjoy the fun and be official in the parade as a reveler. What is a reveler, you ask? A reveler is a T-shirt wearing member of the dance group's hype crew. So in that capacity you can wave flags, cheer the ladies as the dance, dance with the crowd and just have fun. Both during and after the parade (when the festival begins) you will be part of dance crew, so you'll enjoy drinks and food with the group.After the parade, we will check out the street festival. It is sure to be an exciting experience. So how can you participate? The price for participation is $40 and includes the T-shirt, weekend dance classes from 12:00 pm- 2:00 pm starting this Saturday April 11 until May 9th, and food and drinks on Sunday May 24th. Space is limited. To purchase tickets, click here (http://www.eventbrite.com/e/parade-and-party-with-sistas-wit-style-at-sf-carnival-tickets-16449941217) .

    SF CARNIVALE

    2565 Mission street · San Francisco

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  • Margaritas and Mingling on (MFing) Monday
    What: A singles-centric low key happy hour at the lovely (and super Bart accessible) Uno Dos Tacos. At little about Uno Dos Tacos, named as one of the 19 best new San Francisco Happy Hour Spots by Thillist, Uno Dos Tacos has a 4 hour happy hour ending at 8:00 pm. Here are the deals: • $6 margaritas, $26 pitchers; $5 sangria, $18 pitchers; all beers $4, bucket of beer $23; $5 tostaditas, flautas, gorditas, quesadilla de comal; $4 chips and guacamole. When: Next Monday April 13, 2015. Official start time will be 5:30pm but feel free to come later. Where: Uno Dos Tacos, which happens to be right next to the Montgomery BART Station. Imagine a colorful Mexican plaza tucked inside San Francisco’s Financial District and SOMA neighborhood.

    Uno Dos Tacos

    595 Market St Ste 160 · San Francisco

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  • Indoor Rock Climbing at Mission Cliffs!
    This event was canceled.