Thursday Nov 16 - Nov 17 @ 10:00 PM
Amplify Her - San Francisco Purple Carpet After Party at Public Works
The Public Works SF – Afterparty for the Castro Theater screening of "AMPLIFY HER" Featuring ALIA, A Hundred Drums, AppleCat, HÄANA, and WALA Doors at 10pm Admission: Included with screening ticket OR $10 at the door
 
    Thursday Nov 16 @ 10:00 PM
Smoked Out Soul ft. DJ Phleck at Monarch
Monarch – ~SMOKED OUT SOUL~ THURSDAYS @ MONARCH SF Thursday Nov 16 we welcome DJ Chris Phleck to the Monarch BASSment to get down with the crew! Live players and DJs per usual plus weekly surprise guests. DJ Phleck has been a fixture in the San Francisco music scene for well over a decade. A Bay Area native and a true master of his craft Phleck brings thoughtful selection, precise technical mixing and an undeniable vibe to every set he plays. Alongside his Janky Barge family he brings one of the crowd favorite mobile soundsystems to Black Rock City each year as well as producing many great events in SF. In recent years Phleck has been hitting the studio turning out custom edits and remixes which have been getting regular plays from the clubs to the airwaves. www.djphleck.com -November SOS Lineup- ZEBUEL | Will Magid | Paul Oliphant | Brandon Lee plus special guests: 11/2 - Funky Spuds Brass Band 11/9 - Celeste 11/16 - Phleck 11/23 - Happy Thanksgiving! No SOS 11/30 - Whiskey Hill *DJ Ivan Ruiz and guests in the lounge "Real Funked Up with a Gangster Twist" "Funk & Soul Remix Celebration - Djs vs Live Players" "Old School Taste - New School Bass" “An immersive experience with live horn players, drummers and guitarists collaborating with sound sculpting producers on a Void surround-sound system.” DJ / instrumentalists Zebuel and Will Magid are joined by drummers Paul Oliphant, Branodon Lee and Enrique Padilla to bring you a sound that is both classic and futuristic: “Old School Taste, New School Bass”. S.O.S. blurs the line between a live show and a DJ night, bringing in the bay’s finest musicians and DJ’s playing on one of the top rated sound systems in the country. Come enjoy delicious cocktails with beautiful people as classic soul music is reinterpreted in the moment. Smoked Out Soul aims at bringing together DJ's ato put a fresh spin on classic tunes. Rooted in soul with a nod to the future. Founded in 2013, Smoked Out Soul started out as a mixtape and quickly morphed into a full fledged funk party, a festival act and now record label. Smoked Out Soul is a collective of Djs Producers and musicians who love soul music and who love elevating the vibe thru music. Catch the party at at Monarch SF or at a club or festival near you! *Zebuel (guitar DJ) / Will Magid (trumpet DJ) / Paul Oliphant (drums) / B Lee (percussion) and special guests every week! https://soundcloud.com/smokedoutsoul https://soundcloud.com/zebuel https://soundcloud.com/willmagid
 
    Thursday Nov 16 @ 10:00 PM
Cheaper Than Therapy, Stand-up Comedy: Thu, Nov 16, 2017
Cheaper Than Therapy – Have the best Bay Area comedians fill your prescription for comedy at Cheaper Than Therapy. You'll get a healthy dose of laughs every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at San Francisco's historic Shelton Theater. In the heart of Union Square, Cheaper Than Therapy is convenient to get to, whether you live in the Bay Area or are just visiting. Check out our reviews on Yelp and Facebook. About the show Each show features comedians Eloisa Bravo, Scott Simpson, and Jon Allen. A rotating selection of Bay Area comedians and visiting comics also grace the stage. Please arrive at the theater by 9:45pm, and check in with the box office. The bar opens at 9pm, and the show starts at 10pm. The theater has a full bar with no drink minimum. Come early for cheap drinks and great seats! The show always ends by 11:30pm, so there is plenty of time to catch the BART or MUNI. After the show, we encourage everyone 21+ to party with us at Chelsea Place, a neighborhood bar around the corner. Frequently asked questions Is there an age requirement? The show is for mature audience members of 18+ only. Is there a drink minimum? No, there is no drink minimum. What if I'm late? This is a live show, and we want everyone to have a great time. As a courtesy to the performers and audience, we will not seat those who arrive after 10:20pm. If you are unable to make it by this time, please let us know. We would be happy to transfer your tickets to a future date. Is there parking available? There is no parking at the theater, but there are many public parking garages close by. See your options on Parkopedia. If the event is sold out, will you have tickets at the door? We often sell out, so please buy your tickets in advance. If the event is sold out on Eventbrite, we will not have any extra tickets to sell at the door. In that case, please visit our Eventbrite page to get tickets to the next show! More information For more information, please visit our website. Still have questions, comments, concerns, or suggestions? Feel free to email or call us at (512) 568-4401 anytime. We'd love to hear from you! Cheaper Than Therapy is presented by CTT Comedy and Shelton Theater.
 
    Friday Nov 17 - Nov 19 @ 8:00 AM
Goodguys 20 Southwest Nationals
Goodguys Rod & Custom Association – Goodguys 19th Southwest Nationals **The Grand Finale** November 17-19, 2017 WestWorld of Scottsdale 16601 North Pima Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 General Admission (ages 13+) - $20.00; Kids (ages 7-12) - $6.00; Kids (ages 6 & under) - FREE Parking - $5.00 fee charged by WestWorld of Scottsdale Join Goodguys for a fun, festive weekend of southwest hot rodding at WestWorld as we empty the tank on another year of good times! This celebration includes a massive hot rod show with over 3,000 1972 & earlier hot rods, customs, classics, trucks and muscle cars highlighted by the Goodguys Top 12 Vehicles of the Year! The Southwest’s premier automotive event venue comes alive with the giant Show & Shine, hot rod cruises, over 200 vendor exhibits showcasing the latest products and trends and the pulse-pounding Goodguys AutoCross timed racing competition featuring the 32-car “Duel in the Desert” Finals Shootout event on Saturday, November 18th! Plus, shop the huge Swap Meet for those hard-to-find parts and automotive memorabilia and the Cars 4 Sale Corral, special parking areas on Saturday, Nitro Thunderfest Dragster Exhibition, check out the model car show, enjoy the FREE Kids Zone and so much more! And, late model American made or powered muscle cars, customs and trucks are welcome on November 19th for K & N Filters All American Sunday! For complete details and to register your vehicle or purchase tickets, visit www.good-guys.com.
 
    Friday Nov 17 - Nov 19 @ 8:00 AM
2017 Alumni Reunion & Retreat
Guide Dogs for the Blind – It’s GDB’s 75th Anniversary, and you’re invited to help us celebrate! Plan now to join us for our 2017 GDB Alumni Reunion and Retreat: Celebrating Community Partnerships When: Friday, November 17 – Sunday, November 19, 2017 Where: Sir Francis Drake Hotel 450 Powell St, San Francisco, CA (steps from Union Square!) Who: Guide Dogs for the Blind alumni, puppy raisers, family, and friends Attention all GDB alumni, puppy raisers, and friends: Kick off the holiday season with your GDB family! It’s GDB’s 75th year of helping to create amazing partnerships, our Diamond Anniversary! What could be a better time to come together and celebrate? Join us for this very special GDB Alumni Reunion and Retreat, in the place where it all started, San Francisco! We will all learn a little, laugh a lot, and have a ton of fun. The theme for the Reunion/Retreat is “Celebrating Community Partnerships.” Topics for seminars and activities will relate to the power of partnership, between our dogs and our friends and families, as well as in our communities. We will also reflect on our past 75 years and look ahead to our bright future! Our priorities in planning are to make the event fun and informative while keeping costs as low as possible. Please help us spread the word to all GDB alumni and puppy raisers, and make plans to connect in the City by the Bay. We can’t wait to see you there! Registration: $225 per person Early Bird Registration: $175 for the first 100 participants to register prior to June 1st, 2017. For more info please visit: https://www.guidedogs.com/2017-alumni-reunion-and-retreat
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 8:00 AM
Deregulatory Frontiers Conference
UC Hastings – In November 2016, the American public elected a President and Congress committed to major reform of the administrative state. The platform the administration espoused included fundamental changes in the way we govern and regulate health, the environment, and the financial sector. Taking place a year after the election, the Deregulatory Frontiers Conference will examine the changes in these sectors. Specifically, the conference panels will analyze the effect of the administrative changes on the regulation of public health, healthcare, environmental protections, the banking sector, and on populations that depend on these fields.
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 9:00 AM
Barristers Club Annual Meeting
The Bar Association of San Francisco – Keynote speaker: US Representative Eric Swalwell Judges Panel includes: Hon. Angela Bradstreet, San Francisco Superior Court Hon. Michelle Friedland, U.S. Court of Appeal, Ninth Circuit Hon. Martin Jenkins, California Court of Appeal, First District Hon. William Orrick, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California Learn more about this event: www.sfbar.org/annualmeeting
 
    Friday Nov 17 - Nov 18 @ 9:00 AM
Sony Days at Samy’s Camera – San Francisco
Samy's Camera
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 9:00 AM
Gratitude & Well-Being at Work
The Greater Good Science Center – When was the last time you felt truly appreciated at work? How often do you say “thank you” to a colleague, supervisor, or employee? Only 10 percent of Americans say they express gratitude to their colleagues every day. Help us change that. Join us at Gratitude & Well-Being at Work November 17. Featuring a keynote by Dr. Robert Emmons, the world’s leading scientific expert on gratitude, as well as other researchers and workplace leaders who have been developing and testing innovative ways to foster cultures of appreciation, the day will help you lead your workplace out of the lack-of-gratitude rut. Discounts for GGSC members!
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 9:00 AM
Community School Assembly
Emerson Elementary School – Each month our students and teachers come together to celebrate our achievements. There are assemblies at 9am and 1:30pm. Pease check with your student's teacher about when their class will attend.
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 9:00 AM
Understand the Financial Structure of Your Business November 2017
SCORE Mentors – Do you have an understanding of the financial parameters of your company? Whether you are already in business or just getting started, this seminar will provide you with the tools for making the best financial and planning decisions. Topic covered: Startup Costs Sales Forecasting Operating Expenses Cash Flow Breakeven Analysis Financial Reports Presenter is Barry Shiller of SCORE Pre-registration is required. The preferred form of payment is online via Eventbrite. However, if this is not possible, then a check or money order will be accepted. If the payment is made in cash, it will have to be exact since the SCORE office does not have access to change. If change is needed then the attendee will have to get the change needed at one on the retail stores on the first floor so the exact amount can be paid. Walk-in Policy: Pre-registration is required. Please call our office at 415-764-4964 by 3:30 pm the business day before the workshop. Payment is required at event either in cash (in exact change) or local area check made payable to San Francisco SCORE Chapter 10. Parking in the area is very expensive. Public transportation is suggested. We are located mid-way between the Embarcadero and Montgomery Bart Stations. More reasonable parking lots do exist at 522 Mission, 10 Natoma and 150 First Street but usually require early arrival SCORE’s refund policy: SCORE will refund any registration fee when advised prior to the event that the attendee wishes to cancel for any reason SCORE will also refund any registration fee for an event that is cancelled by SCORE. SCORE will always agree to transfer a registration to a subsequent workshop of the registrant’s choosing. If a request for refund is made subsequent to the class, SCORE will make a determination as to the justification for that refund. Parking in the area is very expensive. Public transportation is suggested. We are located mid-way between the Embarcadero and Montgomery Bart Stations. More reasonable parking lots do exist at 522 Mission, 10 Natoma but usually require early arrival. Due to construction in the area, many lots are now closed.
 
    Friday Nov 17 - Nov 19 @ 9:30 AM
3 Day Zen Retreat November 17-19
Empty Gate Zen Center – Retreat is a time to look inward and investigate our experience. It is an opportunity to see through our habitual thinking and feeling, uncovering our natural wisdom and compassion. This retreat includes extended sitting and walking meditation, bowing, chanting, and private dharma interviews with Zen Master Bon Soeng. Formal breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided. Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience, but please contact the Zen Center beforehand if you are sitting for the first time. To register: http://emptygatezen.com/registration For more info about retreats: http://emptygatezen.com/retreats
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 10:00 AM
Coloring and Coffee for Adults
Belmont Library – Take a break from your day and relax at the library! Color a page or two and enjoy some refreshments and conversation. Coloring sheets and colored pencils will be provided but feel free to bring your own supplies.
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 11:30 AM
Breaktime with Visby
UC Berkeley Association of Women in EECS – Visby works in the space of augmented reality and virtual reality to reimagine photography. Interested in learning more about virtual reality or about start ups in general? Come grab lunch and chat with current employees about the work they do, interesting technical challenges they face, and get all of your questions answered!
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 11:30 AM
Penguins Abroad Presentations
Dominican University of California – International Education Week will conclude on Friday, November 17, when Dominican study aboard students give presentations during lunchtime in Creekside Dining Room. Sign-in for lunch at 11:30 a.m. and come listen to our students share their experiences with global learning. For more informaton, contact Kati Bell, Director of the Global Education Office, at 415-482-2483 or email kati.bell@dominican.edu.
 
    Friday Nov 17 - Nov 23 @ 12:00 PM
Bill Nye: Science Guy - San Francisco, CA
Landmark's Opera Plaza Cinema – See the new film featuring America's favorite scientist at San Francisco's Landmark's Opera Plaza Cinema Nov. 17-23. Nov. 17 - Q&A with the filmmakers after 7:20pm show Nov. 18 - Q&A with the filmmakers after 4:35pm show With intimate and exclusive access — as well as plenty of wonder and whimsy — this behind-the-scenes portrait of Nye follows him as he takes off his Science Guy lab coat and takes on those who deny climate change, evolution, and a science-based world view. The film features Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Ann Druyan, and many more.
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 12:30 PM
OUTer Space- Beyond Pronouns
GSC USF – OUTer Space is a LGBTQA+ collective for USF Students, Faculty and Staff to munch on snacks while talking about issues relevant to the Queer community, and USF. This month's OUTer Space will go "Beyond" Pronouns to discuss gender identity and how this is related to finding community, and belonging. Moreover we will discuss the need for gender inclusive spaces on and off campus, and the importance of the LGBTQA+ community to support and advocate for other marginalized folks within the Queer community. Come spend your Friday with us! You won't regret it, or the circus animal cookies!!!
 
    Friday Nov 17 - Nov 23 @ 1:45 PM
Bill Nye: Science Guy - Berkeley, CA
Landmark's Shattuck Cinemas – See the new film featuring America's favorite scientist at Berkeley's Landmark's Shattuck Cinemas Nov. 17-23. Nov. 18 - Q&A with the filmmakers after 7:05pm show; Moderated by Emily Calandrelli aka The Space Gal. With intimate and exclusive access — as well as plenty of wonder and whimsy — this behind-the-scenes portrait of Nye follows him as he takes off his Science Guy lab coat and takes on those who deny climate change, evolution, and a science-based world view. The film features Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Ann Druyan, and many more.
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 2:00 PM
The San Juan Bautista Lace Pillow Project
Lacis Museum of Lace and Textiles – The San Juan Bautista Lace Pillow project: Threads connecting 150 years and 5,000 miles is an illustrated talk by Elise McFarland, California States Park Interpreter. Follow the story of a deteriorating lace pillow from the beginning to the restoration through the stories of an immigrant lace maker, a well-known 19th century lace dealer, a British museum, a Sacramento family and a modern lace-making community in San Francisco's East Bay. All of these threads come together in one piece of lace on one pillow, belonging to San Juan Bautista State Historic Park. Learn how a museum collections manager and a modern lace maker traced these threads across time, and how they connect lives in California and the world today. This is a must event for both textile and history enthusiasts! The lecture fee is $2.00. Registraion in advance is encouraged! Please contact us if you are interested in registering for the lecture or have any questions, Monday through Friday, 12 - 6pm, 510-843-7290.
 
    Friday Nov 17 @ 3:00 PM
Hamilton Sing-along at Claremont Branch
Berkeley Public Library – Sing along to your favorite songs from Hamilton at the Claremont Branch! Fun for teens and adults!