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April 2019

Event Start DateEvent
04/01/2019 APR1
Ban RoundUp in Alameda County
Public · Hosted by Planting Justice
Monday, April 1, 2019 at 9 AM  12 PM
Alameda County Offices Board of Supervisors
1221 Oak Street, Oakland, CA 94612, Oakland, California 94612
04/02/2019 Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Berkeley FILM Foundation presents
Wilder than Wild: Fire, Forests and the Future
The New Parkway Theater
474 24th Street, Oakland
(Run time 56 minutes)
04/03/2019 Wednesday April 03, 2019 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Panel Discussion: California's Drinking Water Crisis
David Brower Center 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704
More than one million people don't have access to safe and affordable drinking water in California [confirmed by Politifact Feb 14, 2019]. Engage in a conversation with people working on solutions to end this crisis NOW.
Confirmed panelists include Susana De Anda, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Community Water Center; a San Joaquin Valley community leader impacted by unsafe drinking water; and other experts on the drinking water crisis. The panel is moderated by Jennifer Clary, CA Water Programs Manager for Clean Water Action.
A reception with food and beverages will follow the panel.
All seating in the Goldman Theater is first-come, first-served. If you require ADA accommodation, please contact events@browercenter.org in advance of the event.
04/03/2019 Vegan Summer Retreat, with Sean Braniff, president
San Francisco Vegan Events and Vegan dinner
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Opera Plaza Community Room
601 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA 94102
04/07/2019 Monthly Vegan Lunch..
Marin Vegan Events
Sunday, April 7, 2019 1:00 PM
Taj of Marin
909 4th St San Rafael, CA
04/07/2019 No Coal in RichmondLet's Do This! Apr 7
Help Richmond residents organize against the coal and petcoke thats blowing toxic dust through their neighborhoods. The City Council may vote as soon as early April on an ordinance to prohibit new coal or pet coke facilities and phase out the existing one. Knock on doors with No Coal in Richmond to gather signatures for a yes vote on stopping coal.
Sun April 7
2:30  5 PM
Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
2540 Macdonald Ave, Richmond
04/07/2019 Sound the Alarm for the Climate, Apr 15  Training Apr 7
Bring your noisemakers to join Extinction Rebellion, Diablo Rising Tide, and many others on April 15th in celebration of the international Youth Climate Strike and say, "When our children call us to action, we will answer!"
Sun April 7, 1  4 PM
Civic Center
518 Valencia St, San Francisco
04/08/2019 Monday April 8 2019 6:30 PM (72 Minutes)

The New Parkway - Theater 2 on 24th st (between Telegraph & Broadway) in Oakland

Cat Video Fest
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.
10% of ticket proceeds will benefit Cat Town.


04/10/2019 Wednesday, April 10, 2019 6:00 pm
City Club of San Francisco, 155 Sansome St, 10th Floor
Forest Fete is the premier social event for the forest community in the West. Join more than 200 leaders in forestry, academia, climate action, sustainability, and environmental advocacy for a celebration of our work together to protect forests for all of their benefits.
Forest Fete, to be held at the City Club of San Francisco (directions) at 6:00 pm on April 10, 2019, will feature lively conversation, superb dinner and refreshments, and our second annual live auction, an exciting opportunity to bid on one-of-a-kind experiences donated by our generous sponsors.
04/10/2019 Wednesday, April 10, 2019 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Opera Plaza Community Room
601 Van Ness Ave · San Francisco, CA
From Pt Reyes Rancher to Vegan Activist: Meet Dave Osborn Plus full Vegan dinner
From San Francisco Vegan Events
Dave Osborn is owner of Black Mountain Ranch at Pt Reyes Station, pictured above. On Wed. April 10 at 6 pm, meet Dave in person. Hear the inspiring story of how he became a vegan and the impact that has had upon his life and upon the Pt Reyes community.
Dave has become an activist for veganism. He is working with local ranchers to encourage them also to transition to a vegan lifestyle. Listen to his real-life stories of what it is like being on the front lines of the vegan movement in historic Pt Reyes Station, the issues, the challenges, and success stories!
04/12/2019 Friday, April 12, 2019 8:00 PM
Meet for a vegan dinner & world music show weekly 8PM
Friday Vegan/Live-food Happy Hour & Dinner with Live Music
Peña Pachamama
1630 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
04/12/2019 Protest Garden Bros. Circus
We are leafleting in between two shows so we get the people coming out of the first show then turn around and get the people going into the second show
April 12  Daly City - Cow Palace - 6:00p - 7:45p
April 13  Daly City - Cow Palace - 3:00p & 6:30p
April 12  Daly City - Cow Palace - 2:30p & 6p
Garden Bros. Circus is coming to the greater Bay Area for the first time ever in April. Please join us in educating patrons regarding the inherent cruelty to animals used by circuses. Garden Bros. uses elephants and tigers but likely wont be using either in CA. It will have a dog act, a horse act, a camel act, camel rides and a living merry-go-round pony ride.
Leaflets, Signs and Banners will be provided.
Ciao pat

04/13/2019 Saturday, April 13, 7:00 - 9:30 PM
Can We Feed the World Without Destroying It?
South Berkeley Senior Center, 2939 Ellis St, Berkeley
Eric Holt-Gimenez is an educator, author, researcher, activist and Executive Director of Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy. His talk will focus on the global system that causes injustice, hunger, poverty and environmental degradation. He will also describe the social movements that are fighting to take back control of the food systems we all depend on.
$5 admission  no one turned away for lack of funds.
For more event information: https://revolutionaryworkers.org/can-we-feed-the-world-without-destroying-it/
04/13/2019 Saturday, April 13, 2019 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Dinner at Cybelle's
Hosted by Brad and fangsey (Serene)
Bay Area Vegan Food Lovers
CyBelle's Front Room
1385 9th Avenue · San Francisco, CA

04/13/2019 Saturday, April 13, 2019 at 11:30 AM  1 PM
April Visitor Day
Public · Hosted by Rancho Compasión, a farmed animal sanctuar
Nicasio, California in West Marin
Tickets · $20
Want to learn about rescued farm animals? Want to meet them in person?! If you said Yes, I do! then Rancho Compasión is the place for you! Nestled in the rolling hills of west Marin, Rancho Compasión provides a forever home to cows, pigs, turkeys, goate, sheep, chickens, donkeys, ducks and more.
On the second Saturday of the month (rain or shine!), Rancho Compasión will open its doors to visitors aged 10 and older.
04/13/2019 Saturday, April 13, 2019 11 am to 12:30
Contemplative Walk and Picnic
Hosted by Ian Silverness
Redwood Regional Park
7867 Redwood Rd · Oakland, CA
How to find us
We will meet outside the Chabot Space and Science Center at 11 AM.


04/13/2019 Transition Berkeley Open Meeting & Celebration!
Sat., April 13th, 4-5:30 pm
Terea Hall Pittman, South Branch, Berkeley Public Library, 1901 Russell St, Berkeley, CA, 94703
Want to help build a better future for Berkeley?.....
Transition Berkeley wants you!
Curious about Transition Berkeley activities and projects? Wondering how you can be involved? Do you have ideas on how to help transform Berkeley into a more livable, equitable and sustainable place? Join us! And celebrate our 8th Anniversary and new nonprofit status! To build a better future, we have to act collectively and we have to act now! We'll have light refreshments to share!
For more info visit: www.transitionberkeley.org
or email: info@transitionberkeley.org

04/14/2019 Earth Day Call of the Wild at the Oakland Zoo
Oakland Zoo 9777 Golf Links Rd Oakland, CA 94605
April 14, 2019 at 10 a.m.
Directions: We will be tabling at the African Veldt part of the zoo
Host: Steve Linsley
Answer the Call of the Wild for Earth Day by reaching out to zoo goers at a table at the Oakland Zoo in the middle of the Veldt listening to the roar of lions and the trumpet of elephants!
Steve and company will be doing outreach from 10am-3pm. This will be a fantastic opportunity to advocate for wolves -- as well as see them! Siskiyou and Sequoia are a mating pair featured as part of the zoo's new California Trail.
We will be surrounded by wildlife organizations, some with their own live animals. There will also be live music, shows, games, and other special entertainment and amusement such as crafts and face-painting.
No payment necessary to participate. Please only RSVP if you are certain about your attendance, and Steve will send you a volunteer pass :-)
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04/15/2019 Sound the Alarm for the Climate, Apr 15  Training Apr 7
Bring your noisemakers to join Extinction Rebellion, Diablo Rising Tide, and many others on April 15th in celebration of the international Youth Climate Strike and say, "When our children call us to action, we will answer!"
Sun April 7, 1  4 PM
Civic Center
518 Valencia St, San Francisco
04/15/2019 Monday, April 15, 2019 at 6:30 PM  8 PM
My Fight for Justice: Dewayne "Lee" Johnson and his fight against Monsanto
Public · Hosted by Manny's
Sofia Pavlova invited you
Come meet Dewayne "Lee" Johnson who recently won a $289 million judgement against Monsanto!
He is starting a foundation called Fill a Need and wants to dedicate the rest of his life to developing a policy of 0 tolerance for toxic herbicides at schools, playgrounds, parks, and high traffic areas.
Manny's 3092 16th St, San Francisco, California 94113
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04/16/2019 Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 4:30 PM
201 Flamingo Rd Mill Valley, California 94941
Organics and Carbon: A Talk with Good Earths Mark Squire
Recent studies have shown a promising correlation between organic agricultural practices and carbon sequestration. Join Good Earths very own Mark Squire for an information talk on the powerful impact organics can play in slowing climate change.
This free event will be held in Good Earths new classroom, located at the Mill Valley location. Entrance is next to the UPS Store entrance.
04/17/2019 April 17 at 8:30 pm
Grand Lake Theater Oakland
The volcanic rock that covers most of Iceland is not just beautiful and protected in the Nature Conservation register, it is also purportedly the home to elves, trolls, and other hidden people. When a new road is set to be built through a lava field, environmentalists including Ragnhildur Ragga Jónsdóttira seer who can communicate with the elvesmust fight to preserve the sacred rock while combating Icelands push to grow economically in this magically real fable by Sara Dosa
04/17/2019 Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Introducing "Veggie Geeks!" YOUR Vegan Dinner, Delivered to Your Door!
plus full vegan dinner
Veggie Geeks does it all for you. From organizing your kitchen, to taking you on guided tours of your favorite grocery stores, to preparing your vegan dinner and delivering it to your door!
04/18/2019 Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 6 PM
Google Community Space in San Francisco, California
188 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, California 94105
SF Bay Area Vegans in Technology and Factory Farming Awareness Coalition present: Building and Promoting Vegan Technology This panel will discuss challenges and opportunities in building and promoti...
Speakers include:
lauren Ornelas, founder of Food Empowerment Project
Gaurav Maken, founder of Mylk Guys
Katie Cantrell, founder of Factory Farming Awareness Coalition
Alli Sadegiani, founder of PLNKTN
Sarah E. Brown, SF Bay Area Vegans in Tech Meetup Co-Organizer (Moderator)
Light refreshments will be provided by:
- GT's Kombucha
- more TBA
6:00 PM - Refreshments and networking
6:30 PM - Moderated panel
7:30 PM - Open networking
8:00 PM - Wrap and release
04/18/2019 African American Art & Culture Complex to Host Smoke & Mirrors: The War on Drugs Cannabis Exhibition

The African American Art & Culture Complex in San Francisco will serve as the site of Smoke & Mirrors: The War on Drugs." A cutting-edge exhibit that investigates the major implications of the War on Drugs campaign opening this Thursday, April 18.

Smoke & Mirrors: The War on Drugs opens with a free reception on Thursday, April 18th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm and includes The Women of Color in Cannabis Talk from 7:00 pm  8:30 pm.


Amber E. Senter of Supernova Women; Brittni Chicuata from the Human Rights Commission; Miz Chris & Chaney Turner of the Peoples Dispensary (TPD National); Lanese Martin of Hood Incubator; and Nina Parks of SF Equity Sessions.

Local artists from around the Bay Area will share their own personal experiences with the War on Drugs campaign in this interdisciplinary exhibition by exploring the dynamics surrounding cannabis and hemp production, its evolution in the political sphere, and facts about the healing properties of marijuana. In an interactive installation, visitors will be invited to share their own experiences with cannabis.

Artists for the exhibit include:

Aime Paule, Bushmama, Danielle Matthews, Darryl Thompson, Destiny Webster, Dulama LeGrande, Emory Douglas, Joe Budd, Karen Seneferu, Kaya Fortune, Keena Romano, Kufue, Lucretia Coleman Clark, Malik Seneferu, Melanin Buford, Nancy Cato, Nashomeh Lindo, Natty Rebel, Rachel Wolfe-Goldsmith, Safety First, Shannon Kibby, Smokie Arce, Taiwo & Kehinde, Timothy Bluitt, Voudux, and Worthy Foe. Co-curated by Melonie Green, Melorra Green and Worldly Sistah - Tracy Brown.

The exhibit will run through Saturday August 31, 2019 in the Hall of Culture Murals Room & Activism Alley. This space is located on the third floor of the complex at 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94102.

04/19/2019 From Paris To Pittsburgh - film
Friday April 19 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Event Type Screening
Organizer/Author M. Starks
Location Details
Unitarian Universalist Center 1187 Franklin/Geary Streets San Francisco Ca.
In the film Paris To Pittsburgh from National
Geographic and produced by Bloomberg Philanthropies and Radical Media we hear
and see stories of communities from the coastal cities to the heartland who aren't
waiting on Washington and are rising up to
the climate challenge.
Our speaker for the evening will be Bishop
Marc of We Are Still In along with other team members.
04/20/2019 Earth Day San Francisco
On April 20, 2019, thousands of people from the Bay Area will converge at Valencia Street in San Francisco to celebrate Earth Day SF 2019 from 10am-7pm! This year we are excited to announce our new location -- one of the hippest, greenest, and most culturally diverse neighborhoods in the city -- The Mission. The annual Earth Day SF festival will be on Valencia Street, between 19th and 20th street. Earth Day SF is more than a music festival, it is a fun filled experience with eco educational opportunities such as: organic/vegan/local chef demos, eco fashion shows, innovative and earth friendly product vendors, earth justice activism and renowned speakers. Join musicians, speakers, educators and mentors, artists and artisans, crafts people, civic and community leaders, youth activists, and social justice non-profit organizations in this powerful day of green sustainability solutions.
Valencia Street
Between 19th and 20th
San Francisco, CA 94110
04/20/2019 4-20-19 6:30 pm
the vegan Passover Seder on the second night of Passover, in San Francisco,
Mannys 3092 16th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Learn more and sign up at https://www.jewishveg.org/seders
04/20/2019 Description: Earth Day San Francisco Street Festival
Date and Time
Sat, April 20, 2019
10:00 AM  7:00 PM PDT
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Valencia Street
Between 19th and 20th
San Francisco, CA 94110
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On April 20, 2019, thousands of people from the Bay Area will converge at Valencia Street in San Francisco to celebrate Earth Day SF 2019 from 10am-7pm! This year we are excited to announce our new location -- one of the hippest, greenest, and most culturally diverse neighborhoods in the city -- The Mission. The annual Earth Day SF festival will be on Valencia Street, between 19th and 20th street. Earth Day SF is more than a music festival, it is a fun filled experience with eco educational opportunities such as: organic/vegan/local chef demos, eco fashion shows, innovative and earth friendly product vendors, earth justice activism and renowned speakers. Join musicians, speakers, educators and mentors, artists and artisans, crafts people, civic and community leaders, youth activists, and social justice non-profit organizations in this powerful day of green sustainability solutions.

This years festival focuses on activating the public to energetically pursue effective green solutions and integrate these sustainable practices into everyday life. The goal of Earth Day SF is to empower the people of the Bay Area and beyond to individually and collectively address the local and planetary environmental challenges we face. Learn more at: www.EarthDaySF.org
04/20/2019 Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 11 AM  7 PM
Vegan Bayground Oakland 2019
Public · Hosted by Vegan Hard
Jack London Square
472 Water Street, Oakland, California 94607
Vegan Hard Presents Vegan Bayground, the festival uniting lovers of food, music, art, ideas, and good vibes.
Experience the magic and energy of a community connecting with one another in a celebration of life and all things that make humanity beautiful.
Vegan Bayground will take place at Jack London Square, a vibrant waterfront destination in Oakland bringing together dining, retail, and recreation.
Free admission!
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04/20/2019 MARIN EARTH DAY 2019
Marin Earth Day 2017 and Community Media Center of Marin
SAT, APR 20 2:00 PM to 9 pm
and MON, APR 22
Community Media Center of Marin
819 A St, San Rafael, California 94901
Come and enjoy live event, and vegan refreshments to Marin Community Media Center 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. RSVP Co-sponsor, marinartists@hotmail.com, "People's Environmental News". Tune in Tues. for live show 7 p.m. on Marin channels or CMCM.tv Support our Earth's Environment. Go vegan, recycle, stop buying new (except when necessary) stop using plastic, less traveling, share rides, share more, love! #CallingAllEarthAngels
04/20/2019 Saturday, April 20, 2019
SF Film Festival: "Street Food" premiere episode + Free Meal
Hosted by Colleen
"Street Food"
USA 2019, 60 min
Saturday, April 20, 2019
3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Grand Lake Theatre
3200 Grand Ave · Oakland, CA
Mouthwatering documentaries are David Gelbs specialty. The man who
brought the world Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011) and the series Chefs Table
(2015) and Chefs Table: France (2016) is back with a new show. After
concentrating on high-end eateries with those earlier projects, he now turns his attention to food that is just as delicious, if humbler, with this luscious tour of Asian street food. These sublime episodes are sure to leave you hungry.
We'll be seeing the first episode of this new series, which premieres on Netflix April 26th. Netflix is bringing in food trucks and treating us to a free meal!
From Bay Area Film Society
04/21/2019 Join CCL for Berkeley Earth Day Events!
Activism, environmentalism, and inspiration  what better way to celebrate Earth Day! The Wild and Scenic Film Festival is hosted by the CCLs Alameda Chapter in partnership with The David Brower Center to share the success of environmental organizations around the world as well as showcase frontline activism and stunning cinematography. Join us for two programs offering different lenses on the beauty of our environment and our impact on it. Catch them all and youll get six films, a virtual reality arctic tour, and a panel discussion on solutions to the climate crisis.
Program One:
Land, Sea and Sky Films - Films to Change Our World
Sunday, April 21, 3 - 5 PM
Program Two:
Solutions to the Climate Crisis - Films & Panel Discussion
Monday, April 22, 6 - 9:30 PM
Doors open at 6 for virtual reality tours and prizes
Films at 7 followed by guest panel
Tickets: General $15, Students $10
All events take place at the
David Brower Center
2150 Allston Way, Berkeley
04/21/2019 APR21
Berkeley Earth Day 2019
Sunday, April 21, 2019 at 10 AM  5 PM
David Brower Center
2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, California 94704
Public · Hosted by Compassionate Living
Berkeley Earth Day brings the Bay Area environmental community together to celebrate our vision for a sustainable future. Get inspired and connect with eco-minded comrades and learn how you can further reduce your impact on the planet and have fun doing it! This event features dozens of vendors sharing their delicious sustainable foods, eco-friendly products, and epic activism. Hear educational and earth-friendly talks from experts, activists, enjoy delicious sustainable food, films and more!
Berkeley Earth Day is excited to host The WILD & SCENIC FILM FESTIVAL, one of the nations premier environmental and adventure film festivals, is a collection of films from The South Yuba River Citizens Leagues annual film festival which is now in its 16th year. Wild & Scenic focuses on films which speak to the environmental concerns and celebrations of our planet. These Films showcase frontline activism and stunning cinematography. Tickets for the FilmFest are sold separately.
Join us for inspiring speakers, crafts, activism, veggie food, dozens of eco-vendors and much more!
04/22/2019 Monday, April 22, Earth Day, 6-9:30 PM
Films and Panel
Doors open at 6 PM for virtual reality Arctic tours and sponsor prizes.
Films at 7.
David Brower Center, Berkeley
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival inspires environmental activism, outdoor adventure, and a love for nature. These films share an urgent call to action. They encourage festival-goers to learn more about what they can do to save our threatened planet by showcasing global environmental challenges and opportunities, frontline activism, and stunning cinematography.
04/23/2019 Tuesday, April 23, 2019 7:00 - 9:00pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)
Corte Madera Community Center 498 Tamalpais Drive, Corte Madera
According to the recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), humanity has just over a decade to get carbon emissions under control before catastrophic climate change impacts become unavoidable.
A bold resolution has been put forward in Washington: The Green New Deal (GND). Modeled after the 1930s New Deal, the GND proposes massive investment in clean energy, green jobs, equitable opportunities, and infrastructure meant to transform not just the energy sector, but the entire economy. Proponents of the GND legislation want to decarbonize the economy and increase equity and social justice.
The evening will offer an opportunity to learn more from people on the front lines of the GND, including the Sunrise Movement, a nascent but rapidly expanding group of young people advocating to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process.
Jared Huffman, US Representative (CA 2nd District); Mukta Kelkar organizes with Sunrise Movement Bay Area
Isaac Silk is an organizer of the Bay Area Sunrise Movement. He is a musician and writer turned podcast producer and engineer, interested in the environment and politics. Mark Hertsgaard is Environmental Correspondent for The Nation and author of Hot: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth
04/25/2019 Greenpeace Backstage Gala 2019
Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
speakers and music
Thursday, April 25th, 2019 from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Greenpeace's West Coast Action Center - 955 7th St. Oakland, CA 95607
To experience the Bay Area's best gala and help raise critical funds for Greenpeace's work to save the planet
04/25/2019 APR25
Saving Point Reyes National Seashore
Public · Hosted by The Shame of Point Reyes and Watching Humans
Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 6:30 PM  8 PM
188 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94105
Google Space - Main Room
With the public comment period fast approaching it is increasingly important for bay area residents to know the situation unfolding in Point Reyes National Seashore.
Jared Huffman's attempted bill was a wake-up call as to what the future of the park is facing. Rather than removing private ranchers who have stayed beyond their leases, the park is faced with increased ranching and the killing of native wildlife in the interest of ranching profits. Although this is appalling, most people simply don't know it's happening.
This event will feature a screening of the film 'The Shame of Point Reyes' followed by a short presentation explaining some of the most controversial and confusing aspects of this National Park. A panel of experts on the topic will then answer any questions the crowd may have.
Tax-deductible donations are requested to assist in further documentation of the park and the efforts to educate the public.
04/25/2019 Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 5:30 PM  7:30 PM
East Bay Animal PAC in conversation with Sen. Nancy Skinner
Hosted by East Bay Animal PAC
Temescal Works
490 43rd Street, Oakland, California 94609
Please join us for a conversation with California Senator Nancy Skinner. Senator Skinner has been a longtime ally for humane issues, scoring 100% on the Humane Society Legislative Fund's California Humane Scorecard when she was in the Assembly. Most recently, she introduced SB1138, which passed, requiring hospitals, healthcare facilities and prisons to offer plant-based meals to people in these institutions.
We're looking forward to seeing you! Please RSVP, then share this invitation! Refreshments will be served.
Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/east-bay-animal-pac-in-conversation-with-sen-nancy-skinner-tickets-59922834812
04/25/2019 Annual Ecology Center Members Meeting  2019
Thursday April 25, 2019 6:00 pm  8:00 pm
Ecology Center 2530 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94702
Come see what the Ecology Center has been working on and hear all about exciting projects to come! Plus, enjoy live music by Astra Logik, and light bites and drinks.
Free for current Ecology Center members. Children welcome to attend.
To renew your membership or become a member, visit ecologycenter.org/donate and you will receive a link to RSVP.
04/25/2019 Thursday April 25, 6pm - 8pm
Please join us for an evening of celebration and community building at the Annual Members Meeting on Thursday April 25, 6pm - 8pm. Over the past year, we've made huge strides in advancing a healthy, sustainable and just future for the Bay Area and beyond.
We have a lot to celebrate. And our favorite event of the year is when we celebrate something most important to us - our members.
We're offering existing and new members a 20% discount at the Ecology Center Store all day (11am - 6pm) and during the event.
So please, RSVP today for the Ecology Center's Annual Members Meeting on Thursday, April 25, 6-8pm at 2530 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley.
RSVP required by April 22, 2019.
04/26/2019 Friday, April 26, 2019 at 8 PM  2 AM
PLACE's 8-Year Birthday Benefit
Public · Hosted by PLACE for Sustainable Living and 6 others
The New Parish 1743 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, California 94612

04/26/2019 Resilience Hubs Tour and Celebration
by NorCal Resilience Network
Including Ashby Community Garden
Fri, April 26, 2019
1:00 PM  5:00 PM PDT
Free Many events through out the day and evening
Register through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/resilience-hubs-tour-and-celeb&
DISCOVER innovative approaches to neighborhood organizing and climate resilience.
ENGAGE with local governments and community-based organizations about resilient neighborhoods
CELEBRATE the NorCal Resilience Networks Circle of Collaborators
04/26/2019 Resilient Hubs Tour
April 26th from 3-5 pm
1376 Ashby Ave. & other Berkeley locations
Nor Cal Resilience Network is showcasing the Resilient Hubs Initiative model, introducing the reactivated Circle of Collaborators and hosting a cross-sector conversation about scaling up collaborations between local governments and community-based organizations and projects.
RSVP for this free event below, before April 20th.
Register for Resilient Hubs Tour Here
The NorCal Resilience Networks Resilient Hubs Initiative is an exciting new project that combines the power of community with the urgent need to transform sites into permaculture-inspired, regenerative places that are better prepared for natural disasters, climate change and other stresses in our community.
Special guests at the BYA location include City of Berkeley Council Member Cheryl Davila, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Khin Chin, EBMUD Water Conservation Manager Richard Harris, and Resilience Hubs Leader Jessica Bates.
1 pm  Tour and discussion at Berkeley Youth Alternatives
1255 Allston Way, Berkeley
3 pm: Ashby Garden Tour
1376 Ashby Ave, Berkeley
4 pm-5 pm: Happy Hour
1376 Ashby Ave, Berkeley
We will end the afternoon with food and drinks to celebrate the revitalization of the NorCal Resilience Networks Circle of Collaborators. Connect with new members and learn whats next for our Network.
04/30/2019 April 30, 2019 from 5:00 - 8:30 PM
The Pollination Project's Salon Series Presents:
An Evening With Arun Dada
Conversation with: Arun Dada, a Gandhian elder who nonviolently resisted oppression in courageous ways, walked through hundreds of villages to uplift grassroots communities, and supported countless projects whose ripples still continue today.
Food Catered By: Cafe del Soul
Location: The Nessel Home in Ross, CA
(Attendees who have RSVP'ed will receive an email a week before the event with all the details)
RSVP Required: (space is limited)* Please fill out RSVP form. You will receive address and additional details a few days before the event to the email you used on your RSVP.
*Guests, children and youth are welcome as long as they are included in the RSVP.
For more info on details of childcare email: salons@thepollinationproject.org
5:00 - 6:00: Meditation and reflective silence.
This part is important, and we invite folks to join us no later than 5:45pm they enjoy at least 15 min of silence.
6:00 - 6:30: Short introductions to get to know who's present
6:30 - 7:15: Delicious dinner with friends
7:15 - 8:30: Conversation and Reflections with Arun Dada
8:30: Casual wrap up: hang out, say goodbyes, network, clean up. Good night.

May 2019

Event Start DateEvent
05/01/2019 It's Premiere Nite! SF Screening of "The Invisible Vegan"
San Francisco Vegan Events
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Opera Plaza Community Room
601 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA 94102
Vegan Meal plus
IT'S PREMIERE NITE! WATCH THE SAN FRANCISCO SCREENING OF "THE INVISIBLE VEGAN," WED. MAY 1 AT 6 PM On Wed., May 1 at 6 pm, watch the San Francisco screening of the brand new movie, "The Invisible Vegan." "The Invisible Vegan" is a 90-minute indepen...
Hosted by Dave
05/02/2019 MAY 2-5, 2019
Documentary Film Festival
in Marin Theaters
05/04/2019 Saturday, May 4th
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Eco Home & Garden Tour
(Luncheon at noon, tour at your own pace.)
About the Tour
Owners of five eco-friendly East Bay homes in Berkeley, Kensington and Albany will open their doors to about 100 attendees to showcase their sustainable, carbon footprint-reducing home improvements such as water recapture systems, solar panels, sustainable building design and materials, and waste reduction and recycling strategies. A luncheon for participants featuring guest speakers and sponsors will also take place in Berkeley.
Along with educating homeowners, 350 Bay Area hopes the event will inspire community-wide involvement in fighting the climate crisis and raise awareness about climate solutions.
Link here: https://ecotour.brownpapertickets.com - We have less than 50 tickets left and ticket sales end May 1st, so get yours today! Tickets are sliding scale starting at $50.
05/04/2019 Medicine Garden Tour
1376 Ashby Ave, Berkeley
Saturday, May 4, from 12-3pm
Lisa Sanderson-Fox will do the Walk and Melanie Molina will help us make herbal concoctions.. Discuss uses for as many as 25 garden herbs. We will have one of our legendary potlucks too. Requested donation $10-20 but NOTAFLOF
RSVP webeegardeners@gmail.com
05/04/2019 Saturday May 4 2019 at 2:15 pm
at Rafael theater 1118 Fourth Street San Rafael, CA. 94901
Ay Mariposa Film (plus 2 shorts) at Doclands festival
IN PERSON: INTRODUCTION BY JULIA BUTTERFLY HILL with Director Krista Schlyer, Film Subject Marianna Travino Wright
Three conservationists with a bent for cogent images and film join forces in the eleventh hour to capture the natural wonder of the monarch butterfly in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas as it faces impending environmental challenges brought on by Trump's border wall. In the film, we meet Zulema Hernandez, a 77-year-old former migrant worker who has joined in the wall protests with her borderlands neighbors, and Marianna Trevino Wright, director of the National Butterfly Center, who is mounting a legal challenge to preserve the butterflys habitat that lies directly in the path of the wall. With a strong focus on the wildlife and the people of the US-Mexico borderlands whose lives will be affected, Ay Mariposa is a film that will educate as well as motivate.
05/04/2019 Green New Deal Town Hall
Saturday, May 4, 7:00 PM-10:00 PM

Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Hall
1924 Cedar (@Bonita), Berkeley www.bfuu.org

Big Green Wave Headed West, Headed Your Way!
BFUU will share information on the Green New Deal, host a panel of local leaders, and provide time for discussion of local strategies for educating the public and getting politicians to endorse the Green New Deal.

Sponsored by the BFUU Social Justice Committee.

Free to the public
Wheelchair accessible.

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05/11/2019 MAY11
Empty The Tanks 2019 ~ Vallejo, CA
Public · Hosted by Lisa Robles and Cristen Esquibel
Lisa Robles invited you
Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 11 AM  1 PM
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
1001 Fairgrounds Drive, Vallejo, California 94589
On Saturday, May 11th, 2019, protests and educational events will be held all over the world in front of marine parks and aquariums. If the park is exploiting marine mammals for entertainment and profit then we want people out front creating noise and awareness. The only way to see an end to this abuse of dolphins is to get the general public to stop buying tickets. We need your voice, your posters, and your dedication to seeing an end to the marine mammal captivity industry. Information and education is vital - our signs tell the stories and we will have flyers to hand out.
* Time: 11AM - 1PM
*This is a PEACEFUL protest!
05/18/2019 MAY18
Oakland VegFest 2019
Public · Hosted by Oakland Veg Week and Factory Farming Awareness Coalition (FFAC)
Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 11:00 AM  5:00 PM PDT
Lake Merritt Amphitheater
South side of Lake Merritt, Oakland, California 94612

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