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February 2020

Event Start DateEvent
02/01/2020 2/01 Elk Vigil at Bear Valley Visitor Center. 10am - 12:30pm. Join us for our next peaceful demonstration. This is an importance piece to ensure the park knows we will never back down until the elk are safe, the ranches are phased out, and we can begin the work to rewild the native prairies!
We ALWAYS need people to do outreach for us. Have an idea? If you coordinate, we are happy to support! Do you think your local library would be a good place to reach people? Do you think your local grocery store or farmers market or school would be interested? We'd love for you to take the lead on any outreach events.
02/01/2020 Sat Feb 1, 7pm to 9 PM
Climate Disruption, Migration, and the Rise of Walls, February 1
Join us in discussing the massive migrations of people forced by climate disruption to leave their homes, and how the U.S. leads the dehumanizing response of governments worldwide.
South Berkeley Senior Center
2939 Ellis St, Berkeley
02/02/2020 Sunday, February 2, 2020 at 3 PM  8 PM
Vegan Super Bowl
Public · Hosted by Momentum and Factory Farming Awareness Coalition (FFAC)
Steve Erlsten invited you Oddjob, 1337 Mission St
Hosted by Momentum
Come join us for our second annual vegan Superb Owl Party! >‰=C
02/04/2020 Tuesday night, February 4th
The CEDA committee unanimously! On Tuesday night, February 4th, it goes up for a vote before the full Oakland City Council! The animals  and the ordinance author and champion to animals Councilmember Dan Kalb  could use your presence at the meeting to show support!
The ordinance is on the consent calendar, which means its likely to be heard toward the beginning of the meeting, which begins at 5:30 p.m. and will take place in the City Council Chamber on the 3rd floor at Oakland City Hall.
Whether or not you can make the meeting, please take a few minutes to thank Councilmember Dan Kalb (dkalb@oaklandnet.com) for his tireless efforts to help make Oakland the compassionate city it strives to be. Also, we encourage you to take a moment to urge your city council member to vote YES on the ordinance to ban EXOTIC AND WILD ANIMALS IN PERFORMANCES. Please find your council member below, based on the district youre in. (If you need help finding your district, you can look it up here.)
Dan Kalb (District 1) dkalb@oaklandnet.com, Nikki Bas (District 2) nfbas@oaklandca.gov
Lynette McElhaney (District 3) LMcElhaney@oaklandca.gov , Sheng Thao (District 4) district4@oaklandca.gov
Noel Gallo (District 5) Ngallo@oaklandnet.com , Loren Taylor (District 6) District6@oaklandca.gov
Larry Reid (District 7) lreid@oaklandnet.com , Rebecca Kaplan Councilperson at large atlarge@oaklandca.gov
02/04/2020 TUESDAY 2/4 6:30pm-9:00pm Community Microgrids: Renewable Energy and Resilience join us and learn about a safer, more reliable, and climate-friendly way to power homes and businesses. Attend in Marin.
02/05/2020 Wednesday, February 5, 2020 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Opera Plaza Community Room 601 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA 94102
Details vegan dinner plus
EVENING WITH THE STARS! MEET THE VEGANS' POET OF THE EASTBAY, WEDS. FEB. 5 AT 6 PM On Weds. Feb. 5 at 6 pm, meet an acclaimed Bay Area poet who has created original poetic works that call for respect for all sentient life and animal liberation, savi...
Hosted by Dave
02/05/2020 Wed Feb 5, 6:30 PM
St. John's Presbyterian Church
2727 College Ave, Berkeley
A Multifaith Response to Climate Crisis, February 5
Come to an evening of song, ceremony, preaching, prayer, and community at the intersection of climate activism and spirituality.
02/06/2020 Thu, February 6, 2020 6:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Vegans in Tech Happy Hour and Networking at Souley Vegan
Souley Vegan
301 Broadway, Oakland, CA, 94607, United States (map)
Event hosted by San Francisco Bay Area Vegans In Technology.
Join us for drinks and networking at Souley Vegan in Oakland. (Please note the venue change.) A great chance to socialize and get to know members of the vegans in tech community in the Bay Area. Open to all.
We will be at or near the community table in the outdoor area.
02/07/2020 Friday, Feb. 7, 2020, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Where: Banatao Auditorium, 330 Sutardja Dai Hall, UC Berkeley (2594 Hearst Ave., Berkeley)
Contact: Info@GreenSciencePolicy.org
This year's inspiring speakers include:
Jared Blumenfeld (Secretary for Environmental Protection, State of California) will outline his Vision for a Healthy Environment in California.
Pete Myers (Board Chair and Chief Scientist, Environmental Health Sciences) will talk about PFAS in artificial turf.
Malene Teller Blume (COOP Denmark) will tell how a retailer led Denmark to become the first country to ban the use of PFAS in paperboard food packaging.
Tony Spaniola (Need Our Water (NOW)) will share the dramatic story of his fathers work against flame retardant contamination in Michigan and how he continues this legacy with PFAS.
Graham Peaslee (University of Notre Dame) will explain the risks of PFAS and flame retardants to firefighters.
Cost: $10 students; $25 non-profit, government, academia, etc; $50 corporate & business. (Costs cover the venue, continental breakfast, lunch, & snacks.)
Register HERE.
Come learn about reducing the use of toxic chemicals for a healthier world at the Flame Retardant & PFAS Dilemma on February 7th at our new location: Banatao Auditorium at UC Berkeley.
Please join us for a day of engaging lectures and conversations about reducing exposure to harmful chemicals in everyday products and the environment. Since 2007, these annual symposia have educated decision-makers in government, business, academia, and civil society about chemicals of concern and led to better policy and purchasing to protect public health.
02/09/2020 Sun, Feb 9, 2020: 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library
6501 Telegraph Ave. Oakland, CA 94609
Revolt of the Dispossessed against Neoliberalism in Latin America and the Caribbean
With the Trump administrations renewed emphasis on imposing the Monroe Doctrine to the Empire's so-called "backyard," the peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean resist in a revolt of the dispossessed against neoliberalism. In this year in review, hear about the struggles in Venezuela, Colombia, Cuba, Bolivia, Haiti, and elsewhere along with the solidarity actions by North Americans in support of the social justice movements. The presenters are activists with the 34-year old human rights organization, Task Force on the Americas (https://taskforceamericas.org/).
The presenters are Alice Loaiza, Alicia Jrapko, Rick Sterling, Marilyn Langlois, Bill Hackwell, Roger Harris.
02/09/2020 February 9th, 5:00 to 6:30 pm
Niebyl-Proctor Library, 6501 Telegraph Ave., near Alcatraz, Oakland
Green Sunday (2/9): Let's Make the Alameda County Sheriff Accountable to the People
This talk will deal with the campaign launched by the Ella Baker Center, and also involving a variety of organizations, to audit the sheriff's budget and hold him (in this case Sheriff Ahern) accountable for using taxpayer dollars for long-term public safety solutions that can improve the health and well-being of all people. Demanding transparency with this budget can uncover potential savings to be reinvested directly into our communities.
Jose Bernal is the Organizing Manager at the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights. Jose comes from a family of first generation immigrants. He grew up in San Franciscos Tenderloin neighborhood. In late 2016, Jose was unanimously appointed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to serve on the San Francisco Reentry Council. While on the council, Jose has been a very active force in advocating for local restorative justice policies. Currently, he serves as Co-chair of the Reentry Council's Policy & Operational Practices Subcommittee. Through grass-roots community work, Jose has previously spearheaded initiatives and campaigns to de-privatize reentry services, and to call for an end to gang injunctions. Prior to joining Ella Baker Center, Jose was charged with overseeing a shelter program for men of various diverse backgrounds who were experiencing homelessness. Jose is the lead organizer for the Audit Ahern campaign. Jose is a graduate of Stanford University's Project ReMade program, an extensive business and entrepreneurship course aimed at empowering formerly incarcerated men and women.

Green Sundays are a series of free public programs & discussions on topics "du jour" sponsored by the Green Party of Alameda County and held on the 2nd Sunday of each month.
Read our Voter Guide online at: https://acgreens.wordpress.com/voter-guides/
02/10/2020 Mon Feb 10, 12:30  2 PM
University of California, Berkeley
223 Moses Hall, Berkeley
Europe's Green New Deal, February 10
Hear the Director-General of Research & Innovation of the European Commission address the centrality of research and innovation in the deal. Ask, how about a post-growth alternative?
02/11/2020 Tuesday February 11, 2020 7:00 pm  9:00 pm
Stories of a Changing Planet: Environmental Documentaries in Transformative Times
St. Albans Church 1501 Washington Street, Albany, CA 94706
Free Bay Currents talks presents author and filmmaker Stephen Most reflecting on the various and vital ways that documentaries open minds, educate audiences, and engage the public especially in the face of climate changehas scripted and co-produced environmental documentaries including Oil on Ice, Green Fire, River of Renewal, and Wilder than Wild. His book Stories Make the World reflects on storytelling and the art of the documentary. Refreshments 7 PM, talk 7:30 PM.
02/11/2020 Tuesday, February 11th from 3pm - 9pm (you can stop by for any length of time)
State of the State Art Build
Where: Greenpeace Warehouse, 955 7th St., Oakland, CA 94607
RSVP now to let us know youre coming. All supplies will be provided. No experience necessary.
This event will be a chance to not only get your hands dirty, but also an opportunity to hear about all the exciting plans coming up and join in these efforts on February 19th and beyond.
Can you join our State of the State Art Build on Tuesday, February 11th in Oakland to paint massive banners and flags calling out Gavin Newsom?
In just a few weeks, Gavin Newsom will deliver the State of the State and lay out his administrations plans for the year. And its our opportunity to demand that climate justice is top of the list.
All eyes will be on Newsom  and were heading to Sacramento to let him know that Californians are fed up with our states fossil fuel problem. Were not just bringing a lot of people  were bringing bold, and beautiful art with us to spread our message as well.
Can you join our State of the State Art Build on Tuesday, February 11th in Oakland to paint massive banners and flags calling out Gavin Newsom?
With thanks, Tianna and the entire #CAYouthvsBigOil coalition
02/12/2020 February 12, 2020
Ninth Street Independent Film Center - Screening Room
145 9TH St STE 220 San Francisco, CA
6PM :: Wine & Snacks Reception
7PM :: Shorts Program Screening
The Love Bugs · Allison Otto & Maria Clinton · USA · 2019 · 34 min.
Chiripajas · Olga Poliektova & Jaume Quiles · Russia · 2017 · 2 min.
The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating · Elisabeth Tova Bailey · USA · 2019 · 15 mins
02/12/2020 Wednesday, February 12, 2020 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Dave scheduled a new event in San Francisco Vegan Events Just now
plus vegan dinner
What Can YOU Expect? with Dr. Debra Shapiro
San Francisco Vegan Events
Opera Plaza Community Room
601 Van Ness Ave San Francisco, CA 94102
WHAT CAN *YOU* EXPECT WHEN YOU ADOPT A WHOLE PLANT-BASED DIET? WITH DR. DEBRA SHAPIRO, MD, WEDS. FEB. 12 AT 6 PM On Weds., Feb. 12 at 6 pm, Dr. Debra Shapiro, MD, will give a solidly documented presentation entitled, "What Can YOU Expect When
02/12/2020 Utility Justice Campaign Launch, February 12
Help launch the campaign for a sustainably and accountably restructured PG&E. Food, childcare, translation available.
Wed, Feb 12, 6  8 PM
Greenlining Institute
360 14th St, Oakland
02/13/2020 Thursday, February 13, 2020. 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
David Brower Center
2150 Allston Way Berkeley, CA 94704
We're having a party! Youre invited to Show Your Love for The Planet  a fundraising event for Fossil Free California and our youth activist allies. Come see acclaimed photographer Joel Sartores amazing National Geographic Photo Ark exhibit (ends February 14) and celebrate Fossil Fuel Divestment Day with us!
No cost to attend - donations welcome
Click here to RSVP
02/14/2020 Friday, February 14, 2020 7:30 PM to 10:30 PM
A Special Valentine's Evening
Friday Vegan/Live-food Happy Hour & Dinner with Live Music
Peña Pachamama 1630 Powell Street San Francisco, CA 94133
Join two time Latin Grammy nominee Eddy Navia, Quentin Navia and the PACHAMAMA Latin Band, Georges Lammam, Gabriel Navia, an amazing line up of musicians and special guests Carolina Lugo & Carole Acuna and their BALLET FLAMENCO for a romantic night o...
Hosted by Quentin Navia
02/14/2020 Friday, February 14, 2020 at 7 PM  9 PM
Aphrodisiac Valentine's Day vegan 5 course
Public · Hosted by Om Sabor
Planted Table Meals
550 2nd St., Oakland, California 94607
Tickets experiences.chefsfeed.com
02/14/2020 Anti-Valentines Vegan Pizza Friday
Bay Area Vegan Food Lovers
Friday, February 14, 2020 6:30 PM
Dimond Slice Pizza
2208 MacArthur Boulevard
Oakland, CA
02/14/2020 FRI, FEB 14 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Valentines eventing with harp, voices and food West Oakland, Oakland Philip G. japanese Vegan many course dinner $70 Valentines day! What better music for Valentines than a harp! Celebrate your relationship with food and music. Diana Rowan, one of the bay areas premier harp players returns to the dinner/concert series. This time she will be joined by vocalist, Jennifer Paulino. We serve the savory food, then clear some space and host the concert and then dessert is served after the music. https://experiences.chefsfeed.com/meals/d/191705428/valentines-eventing-with-harp-voices-and-food/
02/15/2020 February 15  16
Joanna Macy and others
Active Hope: How Will We Survive?
Join Codepink and friends for thought-provoking speakers, rousing entertainment, activism updates, information tables, and great eats and socializing. It will start at 4 with Dennis Bernstein discussing Election Protection and the California Primary with Harvey Wasserman and Jim Soper.
Historic Fellowship Hall
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
1924 Cedar St Berkeley
02/15/2020 SATURDAY 2/15 2:30pm - 4:30pm 350SF Monthly Meeting Well discuss progress and obstacles to a real ban on natural gas (methane) in San Francisco buildings, and other aspects of getting the town to zero emission. Come share your ideas and input.
02/15/2020 Saturday, February 15, 10:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
1001 Fairgrounds Dr., Vallejo, CA 94589
Please join Advocates for the Animals at Six Flags in speaking out for the dolphins and other animals at Six Flags who have died, sometimes when they were just days old.
Animals exploited for entertainment at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom saw a recent victory when the Vallejo theme park made the decision no longer to offer elephant rides! This victory for elephants is a reflection of public opinion that is turning toward animal-free theme parks for entertainment. Please come out and protest for a similar victory for dolphins soon!
Please park at the Courtyard Marriott across the street for $20 or for free by turning east onto Sage Street, driving under Highway 37, and parking on Griffin Dr.
Janet Locke at Janet.advocates@gmail.com or 415-328-0164
RSVP on Facebook
All materials (such as posters and leaflets) will be provided. Note that reserved parking will not be available, and please be prepared for the weather. If you can't make it, you can still help by taking action here.
02/15/2020 Come to the February 15th 350 East Bay Meeting (please RSVP here) to plan for a clean energy future, including
Report from the new 350 Bay Area Action electoral committee (spoiler alertclimate deniers are going down!) and info on how climate activists can get involved in election work.
Learn about the Stop the Money Pipelines actions to stop banks from funding fossil fuel infrastructure.
Reports on efforts to build a Bay Area Climate Emergency Mobilization summit, and to develop a Green New Deal bill for California
Find out what is going on in your city 
Berkeley climate action fund proposal
All-electric new buildings ordinances coming to other East Bay cities?
Reports from the Berkeley and Oakland hubs
Help us plan for a March meeting of all the East Bay cities who have declared climate emergencies to see what they are doingHayward, San Leandro, Alameda, Oakland, Berkeley, El Cerrito, Richmond plus the County of Alameda!
02/19/2020 Game Changers: Free Film Screening
Wednesday, February 19, 2020 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
San Francisco Public Library 100 Larkin St San Francisco, CA 94102
James Wilks, elite Special Forces trainer and winner of The Ultimate Fighter, travels the world on a quest for the truth about meat, protein, and strength. Showcasing elite athletes, special ops soldiers, and visionary scientists, Wilks journey expo...
Hosted by Donya
02/19/2020 Wednesday, 2/19 12:30 - 2pm
333 Bush St. San Francisco
Save the Local Elk
We are organizing an action at the National Park Service (NPS) Headquarters in San Francisco. It's easy to get to by public transit. The more, the better!! Stan Austin, Regional Director of NPS will be the final signature on the plan. Without his signature, it won't happen! I am attaching a small flyer/letter for you to print and use if you'd like.
We will be peacefully demonstrating outside the headquarter office.
Please bring signs, your friends, and your voice!!
RSVP either on the FB invite, or to me directly.
Also: The next Vigil will be Saturday, 3/7 10 - 12:30 at Bear Valley Visitor Center in Point Reyes National Seashore. There's no invite up yet for that, but will send one out as the time approaches closer.
THANKS EVERYONE Love and Solidarity Diana
02/19/2020 Wednesday, February 19, 2020 6 pm to 8 pm
Farm Fresh to You, with Sebastian Baum plus vegan dinner
Opera Plaza Community Room
601 Van Ness Ave · San Francisco, CA
Hosted by Dave
IMAGINE! Selecting a customized box of farm-fresh organic produce online, and having it delivered to your home OR your office in the Bay Area! You pick out what you want, they bring it to your doorstep! Leave out middlemen and mark-ups. Just organic produce, straight from the field, directly TO YOU!
02/19/2020 Tell East Bay Community Energy: No Nuke! February 19
PB&E demands an "exit fee" from community choice programs. It has power it can't sell, from Diablo Canyon. Now it says it will give the programs an allotment of clean power - 70% nuclear.
Wed, Feb 19, 6 PM
City of Haward Council Chambers
777 B Street, Hayward
02/20/2020 9:30 Thursday, February 20, 2020
You are invited to the next meeting of the California Horse Racing Board:
Cal Expo Clubhouse at the Grandstand
1600 Exposition Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95815
This meeting is open to all members of the public. Public comment is welcome. Please forward this information to all interested parties. Bring your comments about the many deaths,drugging and other problems with horse racing
02/20/2020 February 20
Join us at a workshop developed by the Pachamama Alliance at Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley (UUCB) on Thursday evening, February 20. The workshop, Introduction to Project Drawdown, will present an overview of the 100 solutions to global warming identified by Project Drawdown (http://www.drawdown.org). It will encourage you to think about the role you might play in making these solutions reality, and how you can change conversations about the climate from game over to game on!
The program begins at 7pm and ends at 9. Join us if you can between 6 and 7 for dinner. Well have vegetable soup, salad and pizza, and youre invited to bring an optional dish to share, vegetarian preferred.
The program will consist of informative and thought-provoking videos, with interactive exercises where well share with one another, build community and consider opportunities for action. Youll end the evening feeling inspired by new possibilities!
Please join us. A flyer is attached for you to pass on to friends. Please sign up at bit.ly/UUCB-Drawdown , and contact me if you have any questions at sustainingweboflife@gmail.com. The event is free, but we welcome your donations to support these programs.
For the web of life, Sheila Tarbet
02/20/2020 Thurs Feb 20, 7  9 PM
770 North Point St, San Francisco
CBE Documentary on Neighborhood Oil Drilling, February 20
See how young activists from Communities for a Better Environment are fighting to end neighborhood oil drilling in Wilmington, California. Stay after the film for talk and QA with activists, good food and drinks at this community event.
02/21/2020 February 21-23 2020
Living Healthy in a Toxic world
Hilton Bayfront, San Francisco Airport, CA
Have you looked up at the skies and wondered&
What is going on with the strange cloud formations?
How clean is that rainwater?
Whats in the air you are breathing?
How could cell phone towers be harming you?
Come find out and find out what you can do about it.
LiveAware Expo is extremely excited to announce
Matthew Landman
producer of the groundbreaking documentary FrankenSkies
as the Keynote Speaker this year.
Hilton Bayfront, San Francisco Airport, 600 Airport Blvd, Burlingame, CA 94010
02/22/2020 Sat, Feb 22 & Sun, Feb 23 1pm
2020 Cat Video Fest
Rialto Cinemas® Elmwood " 2966 College Avenue at Ashby, Berkeley, CA 94705
Bringing the joy of cat videos to the masses and raising money for cats in need. A portion of proceeds will go to Berkeley Animal Care Services!
CatVideoFest is a compilation reel of the latest and best cat videos culled from countless hours of unique submissions and sourced animations, music videos, and, of course, classic internet powerhouses. CatVideoFest is a joyous communal experience, only available in theaters, and raises money for cats in need through partnerships with local cat charities, animal welfare organizations, and shelters to best serve cats in the area.
02/22/2020 SATURDAY 2/22 10:00am - 12:00pm 350 Bay Area Action Electoral Committee we're dedicated to electing climate champions! We're meeting in Berkeley this month. Make 2020 count with us.
02/23/2020 Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 1 PM
Ashby Community Garden
1376 Ashby Avenue, Berkeley, California 94702
Vegan Food Swap
Swap your homemade/ home-grown creations with other participants! Get ideas and recipes from other swappers.
Some things you can swap: backyard produce, baked goods, condiments, soups, pickled and fermented goods, home brews, herbal remedies, beauty products, and so much more!
As this will be a vegan food swap, please don't bring items containing animal-products such as: meat, dairy, eggs, honey, beeswax, wool, leather, gelatin, collagen
Monday, February 24th, 2020, 7 PM  9:30 PM
Vegetarian House

520 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA, 95112, United States

San Jose Film Screening: EATING YOU ALIVE

How and why, what we eat is the cause of the chronic diseases that are killing us, and changing what we eat can save our lives one bite at a time.
We can wipe out heart disease, strokes and even prevent most cancers in America with nutritional excellence. Eating You Alive is an informative and motivational film, that can jump-start your journey to wellness. Don't miss it.
~ Joel Fuhrman, M.D. - President, Nutritional Research Foundation

Dinner and movie for only $20.00

Please RSVP at,
Monday, February 24th, 2020, 7 PM  9:30 PM
Loving Hut Elk Grove
8355 Elk Grove Blvd #800, Elk Grove, CA 95758

Elk Grove Film Screening: THE ANSWER

The Answer tells the powerful true story of an American, James Donald Walters. The film portrays his youthful quest for truth which took him from his birthplace (1926) in Romania to Hollywood, California (1948) where he meets and is accepted as a disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda, the great Indian Master, author of Autobiography of a Yogi. This is the story of an amazing spiritual journey. It is a metaphor for the spiritual journey of each and every one of us.

Dinner and Movie for only $15.00
Please RSVP at,
02/25/2020 Feb 25 @ 38 p.m.
FREE SF Energy Fair  County Fair Building, Golden Gate Park,
Take advantage of the energy resources available to you! Join the City of San Francisco for complimentary refreshments while you explore energy exhibits, live demos, and interactive workshops.
Interact with experts to learn:
How to prepare your home to be more resilient
Ways to save money on electric vehicles and solar
How to get rebates to make your home more comfortable and energy-efficient
Raffle prizes include a home Energy Assessment* valued up to $350, a Nest smart thermostat, a family pass to the California Academy of Sciences, and Amazon gift cards.
Kids activities provided by the SF Department of Environment.
Register now at: SFEnergyFair.eventbrite.com
02/25/2020 Tues Feb 25, 6 PM
Oakland City Hall Hearing Room 3, first floor
1 Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland
Have Your Say on Oakland Equitable Climate Plan, February 25
Check out the draft plan of Oakland's own Green New Deal, and the report on community priorities compiled from community workshops and surveys. You can comment at the meeting or by email.
02/26/2020 Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Cherry Choco Truffles and More, Live Demo by Hannah Kaminsky
plus vegan dinner
Opera Plaza Community Room
601 Van Ness Ave · San Francisco, CA
Hosted by Dave
On Weds. Feb. 26 at 6 pm, Hannah Kaminsky, internationally-acclaimed vegan chef, author and photographer, will do a live demo of how YOU can create DELICIOUS, *VEGAN* CANDY. She will share know-how, ***RECIPES*** (her very own) and samples for you to taste-test.
Hannah will be demonstrating recipes from her latest publication, "Sweet Vegan Treats" Here is what ppl are saying about her recipes and her culinary skills:
02/28/2020 Friday, February 28th, 2020, 7 PM -9:30 PM
Nick's Kitchen
223 Grand Ave, South San Francisco, California 94080

South San Francisco Film Screening: COWSPIRACY

Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret is a groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary following intrepid filmmaker Kip Andersen as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today  and investigates why the worlds leading environmental organizations are too afraid to talk about it.

Animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, water consumption and pollution is responsible for more greenhouse gases than the transportation industry, and is a primary driver of rainforest destruction, species extinction, habitat loss, topsoil erosion, ocean dead zones, and virtually every other environmental ill. Yet it goes on, almost entirely unchallenged.
View the trailer here

Dinner and movie for only $20.00!
Please RSVP at
02/28/2020 Fri Feb 28 11 AM  1 PM
Chase Bank
14th St. and Broadway Oakland
Stop the Money Pipeline, February 28
We see the dollar sign fully visible in the flames. JPMorgan Chase is one of the biggest financial culprits. Here's how we make them stop.
JPMorgan Chase is by far the biggest funder of the fossil fuel industry worldwide, and the only U.S. funder of the Jordan Cove Pipeline. In the three years since the Paris Agreement, JPMorgan Chase has provided the fossil fuel industry with $196 billion in financing. Chase is the #1 banker of arctic oil and gas drilling, the #1 banker of ultra-deepwater oil and gas drilling, the #1 banker of LNG, the #1 U.S. banker of coal mining, and the #2 banker of fracking (right behind Wells Fargo).
To compound the pain, in 2008 JPMorgan Chase received one of the largest bailouts ($25 Billion) from the U.S. government, using that moneytaxpayers money!to fund fossil fuel development that could have gone instead to renewable energy.
02/29/2020 2020 Conscious Eating Conference
Saturday, February 29, 2020 Time: 8:45am  5pm Location:David Brower Center2150 Allston WayBerkeley, CA 94704(Near the UC Berkeley Campus)
8:45am - 5pm
Fee: FREE for students with IDs. $25 pre-registration for all others. $35 at the door the day of the event.
Food: Registration includes a continental breakfast of vegan pastries & fruit, delicious vegan lunch, and all-day coffee & tea.
02/29/2020 SATURDAY 2/29 2:00pm - 5:00pm Leap Day Action Gather at Berkeley BART station plaza at 2 pm and then rove through downtown Berkeley visiting banks that invest in fossil fuels and other reckless companies contributing to climate catastrophe. Use your Extra Day to Declare Climate Emergency and keep carbon in the ground. Join the fun!
02/29/2020 Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 10 AM  12 PM
Berkeley Public Library - West Branch
1125 University Ave, Berkeley, California 94702
Free Butterfly Screening + Discussion "Monarchs-How We Can Help"
Public · Hosted by Kathy Concentric and Transition Berkeley
Learn about monarchs, causes for their decline and how our local efforts can support their populations to flourish again on the West coast.
Special guests, Mia Monroe, volunteer with The Xerces Society, Oaklands Pollinator Posse, and Bob Pacelli, who is featured in a short film, "Butterfly Town USA," about his work at the Monarch Sanctuary in Pacific Grove, CA.
Find out how you can get involved in plans to make Berkeley more monarch and pollinator friendly!
Parking is limited, accessible by AC Transit, wheelchair access is available.
For more information and to register, please visit:
For Questions Contact: info@transitionberkeley.org
02/29/2020 Saturday, February 29, 2020 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Taste of the Himalayas at Everest Kitchen
Hosted by Bay Area Vegan Food Lovers - Brad
Everest Kitchen 1150 Solano Ave Albany, CA 94706
My family and I've eaten here a number of times and always enjoyed our meals. The cuisine is more like Indian than anything else, but there are some notable exceptions - for example dumplings ( veg. momo) and noodle dishes (a Himalayan version of veg. chow mein). Their menu will also accommodate a vegan palate with dishes like tofu saag and chana masala.

02/29/2020 FEB29 Saturday at 10 AM  12 PM
Free Butterfly Screening + Discussion "Monarchs-How We Can Help"
Public · Hosted by Kathy Concentric and Transition Berkeley
Berkeley Public Library - West Branch
1125 University Ave, Berkeley, California 94702

March 2020

Event Start DateEvent
03/07/2020 Saturday, March 7, 2020 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Private residence
Nicasio Valley Road Nicasio, ca 94946
Rancho Compasion Volunteer Work Day!
Rancho Compasión Farm Sanctuary Volunteers
" What we'll do: Who likes getting down and dirty while doing good deeds surrounded by the wonderful critters of Rancho? Come join us to muck some stalls, care for our critters, and share a few hours with like minded people in gorgeous Nicasio. If y...
Learn more
Hosted by Jenny Loda
03/07/2020 Saturday, March 7th
10 - 12:30pm at Bear Valley Visitor Center
Next Tule Elk Vigil
FB Invite Here
Please share this video if you feel inspired.
03/10/2020 March 10 & 24. 6pm
oppose 5g roll-out in BerkeleyPls calendar Berkeley City Council March 10 & 24. 6pm on Addison St. just west of Bonar. Cede your public comment minute to a WiRED member if you don't wish to speak. We'll have signs for people to hold.
03/10/2020 March 10 & 24. 6pm
oppose 5g roll-out in BerkeleyPls calendar Berkeley City Council March 10 & 24. 6pm on Addison St. just west of Bonar. Cede your public comment minute to a WiRED member if you don't wish to speak. We'll have signs for people to hold.
03/14/2020 Mills College Art Museum, Rothwell Theater
The Cut-Outs: Molissa Fenley, Bob Holman, Keith Patchel
A cross-disciplinary performance featuring choreographer Molissa Fenley, poet Bob Holman and composer Keith Patchel, inspired by Henri Matisses pioneering paper cut-outs. Matisse described his approach to creating these colorful paper compositions as drawing with scissors. The performance will be accompanied by an exhibition of Cut Outs from Matisses Jazz Suite, from MCAMs Print Collection, in Slide Space 123, curated by Mills College Studio Art students.
03/16/2020 Food As Medicine-The World Peace Diet For a Healthier Body & Earth
Monday, March 16th, 2020, 6:30 PM  9:00 PM
$25.00 Advance tickets, $28.00 At the door
Vegetarian House
520 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA, 95112, United States

This World Peace Diet presentation is offered by Dr. Tuttle to provide effective responses to these questions and provides teachings as well as time for Q & A and discussion in a supportive and nurturing environment. This event also includes his uplifting original piano music and Madeleines visionary paintings.

You will gain the tools to understand the power of food to heal us not just physically, but also culturally and psychologically, and how ecological and climate health are connected with our food choices. Besides the lecture going more deeply into the teachings in The World Peace Diet, Dr. Tuttle, and his spouse Madeleine will share practical keys to reducing our environmental footprint, and to more healthy relationships and lifestyle choices.

Schedule as follows:

6:30 PM: Video presentation & appetizers

7:00 PM: Lecture by Will Tuttle, PH. D.

8:00 PM: Vegan buffet dinner

$25.00 Advance tickets, $28.00 At the door

Space is limited. Please RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/food-as-medicine-the-world-peace-diet-for-a-healthier-body-earth-tickets-96206547373
03/28/2020 Humane Society Silicon Valley: The Fur Ball 2020 at Levi's® Stadium

Date: March 28th, 2020
Times: Grand Gala (5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Dynamic Dining (6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.)
Levi's Stadium, 4900 Marie P DeBartolo Way, Santa Clara, CA 95054

You and your pup are invited to The Fur Ball at Levi's® Stadium on March 28, 2020!
Choose your own experience and don't miss out on the evening of a lifetime. More information on our website.

03/29/2020 Sunday, March 29, 2020 at 12 PM  3 PM
Funeral for the Slain and Forgotten Horses
Public · Hosted by Bay Area Animal Save
Golden Gate Fields
Join us at Bay Area Animal Saves first major vigil of 2020- where we will be holding a funeral for the 18+ horses who have died this year plus countless others who were retired and sold for slaughter at the hands of Golden Gate Fields from December 2019 until now. We will be honoring these 18+ horses with songs of liberation, speeches, a moment of silence, and leaving flowers at the entrance of Golden Gate Fields.
What to Bring: signs and leaflets will be provided but feel free to bring your own, as long as they remain non-violent and love based.
Bay Area Animal Save is a non-violent and love-based chapter of the worldwide Animal Save Movement, bringing awareness to the suffering of non-human animals in the food, entertainment, clothing, and vivisection industries. We bear witness to animals who are being exploited and who are on their way to slaughter.
If you have any questions or would like to take on a role, please message Emily Victoria on Facebook

April 2020

Event Start DateEvent
04/05/2020 Borgen Project Information Event: Year-Round Internship Opportunities

The Borgen Project is a bipartisan non-profit organization focused on ending world hunger through political advocacy. Come learn about the different internship opportunities that the Borgen Project offers. Not only would hands-on experience look great on a college students resume, but you learn valuable skills while fighting for a good cause.

660 W Main Ave, Morgan Hill, CA 95037:
Morgan Hill Library, Community Room (Small Side)

For more information, contact (408) 843-6239

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