Sunday Nov 19 - Nov 20 @ 10:00 PM
OT Genasis LIVE at The Roc SF
The Roc SF – Sign up on the guest list and get in free before 1030p! -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ For VIP Reservations please text 415.367.5313 -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ On SUNDAY WE MAKIN MOVIES with OT GENASIS to turn us all the way up for High Society Sundays. Dress to impress and get here early... it's going to be a wild one! -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ Must be 21+ To enter. Doors at 10p. Must Be Inside by 1030 Early Arrival suggested & dress code strictly enforced Dress Code: Dress To Impress - No Hats, No Hoodies, No Jordan's, No Shorts, No Sandals, No Sweats
 
    Sunday Nov 19 - Nov 20 @ 10:00 PM
OT Genasis LIVE at The Roc SF
The Roc SF – Sign up on the guest list and get in free before 1030p! -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ For VIP Reservations please text 415.367.5313 -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ On SUNDAY WE MAKIN MOVIES with OT GENASIS to turn us all the way up for High Society Sundays. Dress to impress and get here early... it's going to be a wild one! -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ Must be 21+ To enter. Doors at 10p. Must Be Inside by 1030 Early Arrival suggested & dress code strictly enforced Dress Code: Dress To Impress - No Hats, No Hoodies, No Jordan's, No Shorts, No Sandals, No Sweats
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 8:30 AM
Seniors
Diablo Creek Golf Course – Every Monday unless otherwise scheduled, check events on calendar at www.diablocreekgc.com or call 925-686-6262
 
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 24 @ 9:30 AM
Thanksgiving Camp 2017
Aran's Art Studio – 15% off if you sign up before October 31. No Camp November 24! Aran's offers an exciting art day camp for ages 5 & up. We're the perfect place where children can explore their creativity with pottery painting, glass-fusing, canvas painting, raw clay and lots of other projects. We visit the local park daily. Camp runs from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm with before and after-care available as early as 7:00 am and as late as 6:00 pm with prior arrangement. Price is $320/week per child. Price includes all material, glazing and firing of pottery, clay and glass projects. Bring a lunch or one can be purchased at a local restaurant for around $7/day. Register in person at Aran's or call us at 510-728-1333 *Before and after-care is $15/hour.
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 10:00 AM
Latino Parent Club
San Francisco Public Library - Bayview/Linda Brooks-Burton Branch Library – Latino parents are invited to monthly meetings, in Spanish, hosted by Parents for Public Schools-San Francisco. These meetings provide an opportunity for families to learn about topics related to education, how to participate in your child's success in school, and to meet other parents to share ideas and concerns in seeking solutions. For more information, contact Daisy Hernandez @ (415) 861-7007 Ext. 4 or email Daisy@ppssf.orgLatino parents invited to monthly meetings, in Spanish, hosted by Parents for Public Schools-San Francisco. It provides an opportunity for families to learn about topics related to education, how to participate in your child's success in school, and to meet other parents to chase ideas and concerns in seeking solutions. For more information, contact Daisy Hernandez @ (415) 861-7007 Ext. 4 or emai @ Daisy@ppssf.org
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 12:00 PM
Berkeley Law LL.M. Information Session, Zurich, Switzerland
UC Berkeley School of Law, Boalt Hall – Join us to learn more about Berkeley Law’s LL.M. degree and professional education programs. Berkeley Law’s Anya Grossmann will present a brief and engaging informational session, then you’ll get to meet graduates of the program and hear first-hand about what it’s like to live and study in Berkeley, California. RSVP: http://bit.ly/2wzZiPi Homburger Firm Prime Tower | Hardstrasse 201 | CH-8005 Zürich www.homburger.ch
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 12:00 PM
Thanksgiving Outreach
Greater Life Church – Happy Thanksgiving! Join the Greater Life Family as we partner with Mercy Housing, TURF, YMCA, Boys & Girls Club and other community agencies to serve a holiday meal to the Sunnydale community residents. Let’s be a blessing. Join us on Monday, November 20 from 12pm-4pm, at the Sunnydale Community Center: 1652 Sunnydale Avenue, San Francisco. Food, Fellowship, Entertainment and Free Turkey Give-A-Way!
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 12:00 PM
Thanksgiving Outreach
Greater Life Church – Happy Thanksgiving! Join the Greater Life Family as we partner with Mercy Housing, TURF, YMCA, Boys & Girls Club and other community agencies to serve a holiday meal to the Sunnydale community residents. Let’s be a blessing. Join us on Monday, November 20 from 12pm-4pm, at the Sunnydale Community Center: 1652 Sunnydale Avenue, San Francisco. Food, Fellowship, Entertainment and Free Turkey Give-A-Way!
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 2:00 PM
BLS CPR Certification Class in Concord!
STS CPR Concord – The AHA BLS CPR Training covers how to perform CPR on an adult, child and infant, how to us the AED and choke-saving. At the end of the class, you will receive your American Heart Association BLS CPR certification. Our classes have a lot of interaction and you will get to practice with the manikins. We recommend wearing comfortable clothing. Please check our website for the complete list of dates and times!
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 4:30 PM
Thanksgiving Dinner on Shield Day at Dominican
Dominican University of California – Campus Ministry is hosting the 31th annual Thanksgiving dinner in Caleruega Dining Hall on Monday, November 20. The dinner, offered in partnership with Epicurean, is open to the Dominican community and neighbors. The event begins at 4:30 p.m. with the Class of 2021 Shield presentation by the Class of 2018 and Thanksgiving prayer on Caleruega Plaza Dinner will be served in the dining hall from 5-7:30 p.m. Campus Ministry is anticipating a crowd of between 700 and 900. Cost is $18 for staff, faculty, and community members/neighbors and $9.50 for students, $6 for children under 10. Resident students can use their meal plan. Tickets can be pre-purchased during lunchtime at Caleruega Dining Hall starting Monday, Nov. 13. To purchase tickets at the door on Nov. 20 bring cash for fast transactions. During lunchtime on Nov. 20, students are encouraged to participate in a "Gratitude Tree" by writing on a paper leaf what they are thankful for this past year. The dinner will be traditional Thanksgiving fare with turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, sweet potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. Vegan options will be available upon request. The Thanksgiving dinner originated 30 years ago as an `Ecumenical Thanksgiving Dinner,’ explains Father Robert Haberman, Director of Campus Ministry. “When it began, there were about 650 students enrolled at Dominican, so everyone was able to gather in the Shield Room. Prior to the serving of the dinner `family style,’ there was a prayer service that represented many faiths and traditions," Father Bob says. Campus Ministry and Student Life are seeking volunteers to assist in decorating the dining hall for the Thanksgiving meal. Tables will be set with linen cloths and decorations will consist of tea lights and fall leaves to help convey a “what you’re thankful for” message. For more information or to volunteer to help decorate, contact Sister Mary Soher, Director of Campus Ministry, at 415-257-0142 or email mary.soher@dominican.edu.
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:00 PM
Radical Pedagogies in a Dystopian Time
California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) – ** This event is sold out, but you are welcome to come and see if there are any available seats day of! The room is expected to be very full!** Join us for an evening with revolutionary activist-scholars to discuss what kind of political education, action and learning we need in these difficult times. The Department of Anthropology and Social Change, PM Press and LAPES (the Latin American Philosophy of Education Society) are hosting this event. Speakers will include Matt Meyer, Rob Haworth, John Elmore, Ward Churchill, Natsu Taylor Saito, and Juliana "Jewels" Smith. JUST ADDED, Sekou Odinga! Matt Meyer is a native New York City-based educator, activist, and author, is the War Resisters International Africa Support Network Coordinator, and a United Nations/ECOSOC representative of the International Peace Research Association. The founding chair of the Peace and Justice Studies Association and former Chair of the Consortium on Peace Research, Education and Development (COPRED), Meyer has long worked to bring together academics and activists for lasting social change. Meyer’s writings appear in numerous journals, and as a frequent contributor to Waging Nonviolence and New Clear Vision. His most recent book is We Have Not Been Moved: Resisting Racism and Militarism in 21st Century America (PM, 2012). Robert H. Haworth is an assistant professor in the Department of Professional and Secondary Education at West Chester University who teaches courses focusing on the social foundations of education, anarchism, and critical pedagogies. He has published internationally on anarchism, youth culture, informal learning spaces, and critical social studies education. He cofounded worker-owned and ­-operated Regeneration TV as well as other academic research collectives. John Elmore is professor and chairperson in the Department of Professional and Secondary Education at West Chester University, Pennsylvania, where he teaches courses in critical pedagogy, politics of education, history of education, and philosophy of education. His research and publications have focused primarily on education for social justice, democracy, atheism, and antiauthoritarianism. Ward Churchill was a member of the leadership council of Colorado AIM until 2102, A past national spokesperson for the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee and UN delegate for the International Indian Treaty Council, currently a member of the Council of Elders of the original Rainbow Coalition. Now retired, Churchill was professor of American Indian Studies and chair of the Department of Ethnic Studies until 2005, when he became the focus of a major academic freedom case. He has written nearly two dozen books including Among his two dozen books are Acts of Rebellion (2003), and Kill the Indian, Save the Man (2004). Natsu Taylor Saito teaches public international law and international human rights; seminars in race and the law, federal Indian law, and indigenous rights; and professional responsibility. Saito's scholarship focuses on the legal history of race in the United States, the plenary power doctrine as applied to immigrants, American Indians, and U.S. territorial possessions, and the human rights implications of U.S. governmental policies, particularly with regard to the suppression of political dissent. She is writing a book on settler colonialism and race in America. Juliana "Jewels" Smith is the creator and writer of (H)afrocentric that features four disgruntled undergrads of color and their adventures at Ronald Reagan University. In 2016, Smith took home the Glyph Award for Best Writer for Volume 4 of her independent series. She was also honored by the African American Library and Museum of Oakland with the first annual Excellence in Comics and Graphic Novels Award. She created (H)afrocentric as a way to challenge students and readers alike about the presumptions around race, class, gender and sexuality through character dialogue. She has given talks about the relationship between comics, humor, racial justice, and gender equity at The Schomburg Center, New York Comic Con, Studio Museum of Harlem, The Cooper Union, and more. JUST ADDED! Sekou Odinga was a member of Malcolm X’s Organization of Afro-American Unity, a founding member of the New York chapter of the Black Panther Party as well as the Black Panther International Section, and was a member of the NY Panther 21. A citizen of the Republic of New Afrika and combatant of the Black Liberation Army, Sekou was captured in October 1981, mercilessly tortured, and spent the following thirty-three years behind bars—a prisoner of war and political prisoner of the U.S. empire. Since his release in November 2014, he has remained a stalwart fighter for justice and for the release of all political prisoners.
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:00 PM
Monday Night Madness
Games of Berkeley – Call of Cthulu 7e THIS EVENT IS SUBJECT TO THE 5FOR5 DEPOSIT contact Ian if you have questions grendeltodd@gmail.com Location: Room 3
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:00 PM
Legend of the Five Rings Meetup
Games of Berkeley – Come in and represent your favorite clan in our Monday night Ledgend of the Five Rings event! THIS EVENT IS SUBJECT TO THE 5FOR5 DEPOSIT
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:00 PM
Netrunner Meetup
Games of Berkeley – Come in and score those agendas in our Monday night Netrunner event! THIS EVENT IS SUBJECT TO THE 5FOR5 DEPOSIT
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:00 PM
Star Wars Destiny Meetup
Games of Berkeley – Come in and travel to a galaxy far far away in our Monday night Star Wars Destiny event! THIS EVENT IS SUBJECT TO THE 5FOR5 DEPOSIT
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:00 PM
TT gets 10% /Eat at STRAW Restaurant every Monday in November
Tenderloin Tessie Holiday Dinners – Please excuse this email if I already sent it to you by Face Book or other means. Please share this with your FB Friends, Email lists, Friends and Family. To be removed please click on the link at the bottom of this email. But keep in mind that this will also remove you from mailings when we need Volunteers for the Dinners. Monday - November 6, 13, 20, 27 - 2017 Every Monday in November, STRAW Restaurant and Carnival Fare is Donating 10% of their Sales to Tenderloin Tessie Holiday Dinners. All you need to do is go and eat with your Family and Friends and we get 10% of the Sales from the Day. STRAW Restaurant (HOURS on Monday 5pm-9pm) 203 OCTAVIA at PAGE in San Francisco's Hayes Valley | 415.431.FOOD (3663) >Check it out at: www.strawSF.com > Make Reservations and see the Menu as well< Here is a little information about the Restaurant: Straw is your Hayes Valley neighborhood spot serving carnival-inspired comfort food. There are accents from your favorite carnival throughout our decor and menu. Oh yeah, and a Tilt-A-Whirl booth. Picture yourself strolling the midway with food in one hand and a (spiked) drink in the other. Put 'em down for a second and win your special someone a prize. We want you to feel like the host of your own party every time you come to Straw, and to leave carefree and wide-eyed. If you've been in, then you already know. ----------------------------------------------------------- Hope to see you all there !! And remember, it’s every Monday in November so get the word out there to your Friends and Family Members. Warmest Regards, Michael Gagne President TT Board
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:30 PM
Trans Day of Remembrance (TDOR SF 2017)
SF LGBT Center – Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR SF 2017) We hope you will join us again on November 20th to honor those we have lost and build momentum to end the violence against trans and GNC communities. Trans rights are being battled accross the country while trans people continue to be murdered in unprecedented numbers, specifically trans women of color. TDOR is brought to you by a volunteer planning team and community partners including: TRANS: THRIVE Trans Employment Program SF LGBT Center El/La Para Translatinas TAJA Coalition The Stay Study The TransNational Study Health eNav and more! Together we can put an end to the violence against trans people! More Info: TDOR is a genuine tribute to those who have lost their lives to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice. This day serves to raise awareness of the abuse and violence faced by the trans community, as well as our families, friends, and cis allies. Event is accessible, ASL and Spanish Translation will be provided. If you have questions please contact us at info@TDoRSF.org. More at www.tdorsf.org
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:30 PM
Paella for a Purpose!
Norm's Place – Come join us at Norm’s for Paella for a Purpose! Join local Puerto Rican Paella Master Tony Rivera and enjoy his famous seafood & non-seafood paellas Paella ~ $15 per plate CBakes Chocolate Chip Cookies ~ $5 Raffle Tickets ~ $5 each Silent Auction: Paella party for 15! 1 dozen CBakes Chocolate Chip Cookies All donations will go directly to funds for rebuilding the island of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria https://fundly.com/marla-s-hurricane-recovery-fund-for-puerto-rico#updates/blog/update-65405
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Machine Learning Workshop
UC Berkeley CSUA – Are you interested in machine learning but don't know where to start? The CSUA will be holding a machine learning workshop targeted for beginners! Come learn how to predict housing prices, detect if a picture has a hot dog or not, and learn tips and tricks to creating good ML models. Eric Hou, a researcher at Berkeley Deep Drive and former research assistant at Berkeley AI Research Lab, will be leading the workshop. We will be using Pytorch, so please be sure to install it before coming!
 
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Paddleball Doubles Shootout
ClubSport Pleasanton – Enjoy this members-only seasonal competition with prize turkeys donated by Sysco Foods and one of our own paddleball members! • Divisions available for players of all levels • All events are round robin or pool play format • Play every team in your division or pool • All teams compete for playoff draw Free for members. Sign up by November 13. See the Activities Desk for entry forms. For more info, contact Elaine Dexter at elaine.dexter@clubsports.com.