Wednesday Mar 21 @ 12:00 AM
Aerify Front 9 Tees
Diablo Creek Golf Course – Thank You for understanding! Aerification is the mechanical process of creating air space in the soil that promotes a healthy rooting system for natural turf. Healthy rooting systems are an integral part of a successful golf course and athletic field management programs
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 8:00 AM
YWCA's 25th Annual Shadow Day
YWCA Berkeley/Oakland – The YWCA's 25th annual Shadow Day is finally here!! Sign up to be a mentor here: Spend a DAY being a mentor to a high school student by showing them around Cal and taking them to your classes.This is an amazing opportunity to inspire these students to pursue a higher education who otherwise would not have thought it was possible!! Plus FREE breakfast, lunch, and awesome T-shirt!! Submissions DUE NO LATER THAN 10AM, FRIDAY MARCH 9TH
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 8:30 AM
Build Wealth 1-Day Real Estate Investing Course
San Mateo County Association of REALTORS – Expand your business services and boost your bottom line with the Real Estate Investing: Build Wealth Representing Investors and Becoming One Yourself course with your instructor Bobbi Decker and guest presenters. Register for only $139 per student. Lunch and refreshments included. Details and registration at
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 9:00 AM
Airworthiness: What Is It and How Does the FAA Enforce It?
San Carlos Flight Center – The FAA and NTSB define "airworthiness" differently. This difference is critical in enforcement cases involving pilots and mechanics. The word is not even defined in FAR Part 1 because of the differences. The FAA and NTSB say the definition is "situational". FAR 91.7 requires pilots to assure the aircraft they intend to operate is "airworthy". FAR Part 43.15 requires mechanics to assure that "all airworthiness requirements have been met" when inspecting aircraft. Why are these requirements different? Attend this seminar and find out. Peter Friedman has been in the Aviation Industry since 1965. In 2016 the FAA presented him with the Charles Taylor 50-Year Master Mechanic Award. His experience includes FAA-PMA parts manufacturing, maintenance for both commercial and military aircraft, 135 flight operations, flight instruction, and Expert Witness in aviation litigation. He is an A&P, IA, CFI-I, and has been a DAR and DMIR for the FAA. He has conducted IA Renewal Seminars on the maintenance FARs since 1990, and has the only FAA-accepted Internet-based IA Renewal Course on the maintenance FARs with He also is an ASQ Certified Quality Auditor, Certified Quality Inspector, and Certified Quality Technician. Currently, he is the DOM for Pacific States Aviation in Concord since February 2017 (
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 10:30 AM
Coffee with Janis Cooke Newman
Towne Center Books – Coffee & Conversation with Janis Cooke Newman The AAUW will be sponsoring coffee and conversation with San Francisco author Janis Cooke Newman. Join us at Towne Center Books on Wednesday, March 21st at 10:30am! Janis Cooke Newman is the author of Mary: Mrs. A. Lincoln - a fictional telling of Mary's unfortunate time spent in a lunatic asylum - and A Master Plan for Rescue - an enchanting pair of intertwining love stories set in 1942 New York and Berlin. Besides writing historical novels, Newman is an acclaimed travel writer and also very active in writers' collaboratives that encourage youthful writers in San Francisco. Coffee and refreshments will be served! Reservations are appreciated.
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 11:00 AM
Play and Learn
San Francisco Public Library - Bayview/Linda Brooks-Burton Branch Library – Join us for Play and Learn! This is a fun and interactive class where you can bond with your child as they learn, sing, craft and play together. Your little one will learn through activities that stimulate brain growth, enhance social development and motor skills. This class can help set children up for success. This class is led by our partners at Edgewood Family Resource Center. Contact: Zoila for more information. 415 745-5145
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 12:00 PM
Coffee Talk
Crohn's & Colitis Foundation - Northern California Chapter – Want to make a difference in the fight against Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis? Interested in Team Challenge? Come meet Team Manager Elsa Seiwald; drop in anytime between 12-6pm and learn how you can fight back against IBD!
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 12:00 PM
Jan Brueghel and the Senses of Scale
Townsend Center for the Humanities – It has been easy for art historians to overlook the work of Jan Brueghel, Pieter’s son. Unlike his seventeenth-century contemporaries Rubens and Caravaggio, who painted on a grand scale, Jan Brueghel created tiny, detail-filled paintings. In the first book-length study of the artist, Jan Brueghel and the Senses of Scale (Penn State, 2016), Professor of History of Art Elizabeth Honig reveals how the work questioned conceptions of distance, dimension, and style, and set a standard for the production of inexpensive popular images. After an introduction by Professor Emerita Svetlana Alpers (History of Art), Honig will speak briefly about her work and then open the floor for discussion.
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 12:15 PM
Dominican Heritage and History Series
Dominican University of California – Marianne Stickel, '11 MA, Assistant Vice President for Academic Services and Registrar, will present "From San Rafael to Fanjeaux and Back" in the second Dominican Heritage and History Spring Lecture Series event of the year on Wednesday, March 21, from 12:15-1:15 p.m. in the Garden Room at Edgehill Mansion. Bring your lunch. Drinks and desserts will be provided. For more information about this Heritage and History Series event, contact Sister Mary Soher, Director of Campus Ministry, at 415-257-0142 or email
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 3:00 PM
Visit the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit!
GGU Grad Law – All the LLM/SJD students are invited to visit the Court of Appeals on Wednesday, March 21th, from 3:00pm to 4:00pm. Please RSVP by end of February!
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 3:30 PM
6th Annual Young Adult Job Fair
Alameda County Registrar of Voters – This is a great opportunity for young people in Alameda County who are looking to get hired right now! We will be there recruiting potential Internal Staff and Poll Workers.
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 3:30 PM
Womxn of Color Collective
GSC USF – Hey y'all! Come to Intercultural Center to share stories and commune with other womxn of color! Snacks will be provided!!
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 5:00 PM
Liam Sharp: Batman & Wonder Woman Artist/Writer
Flying Colors Comics & Other Cool Stuff – Meet artist/writer and FlyCo Favorite LIAM SHARP for the release of issue #2 of his new DC Comics six-issue miniseries--- The BRAVE & the BOLD: BATMAN & WONDER WOMAN! A bit about this series: When a Celtic god's murder leads to a war between the fairy folk and a possible breach between worlds, Wonder Woman must find the murderer and keep the peace while Batman investigates strange occurrences in Gotham City. As Diana must turn to the World's Greatest Detective for help, the two heroes quickly learn their cases may be connected.
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 5:00 PM
Reading eBooks with Libby
San Francisco Public Library - Ocean View Branch – Libby is a super user-friendly application designed for all eBook fans, especially for beginners. Come learn how to facilitate this application at the Ocean View Branch Library. Do you have an eReader? Did you know that you can check out electronic editions of library books for free? Learn how to enjoy San Francisco Public Library’s collection of more than 40,000 eBooks at this workshop. Bring your Kindle, Nook, iPad or other eReader device with you and learn how to use it to download materials from the Library website.
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 5:00 PM
Delicious Brunch Favorites
The Kitchen at Alamo Hardware – Cost: $75 Brunch will be your favorite meal after this class. We've rounded up the most easy, delicious brunch favorites. Homemade always means no preservatives. You'll want to make the english muffins in batches. They'll be good in your freezer for up to a month. MENU * Homemade English Muffins * Traditional Eggs Benedict with Meyer Lemon Hollandaise Sauce * Homemade Granola with Almonds & Cherries * Yogurt, Fruit, and Granola Parfait Call to reserve your spot! Phone: (925) 837-2420
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 6:00 PM
KQED’s The Cooler Podcast LIVE! '90s Slumber Party
KQED Arts – Are you nostalgic for your childhood? Do you want to relive a bit of the ’90s for a night? Well, you’re in luck! Bust out your PJs because The Cooler is throwing a slumber party! ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? (A slumber party-themed shindig, that is. We’re not actually sleeping in a bar, even though that would be fun.) We’ll be taking the stage at The Chapel for a live podcast taping. Our special guests will be RuPaul's Drag Race winner Bob The Drag Queen, comedian Zahra Noorbakhsh and musician Kendra McKinley. The night will be full of ‘90s throwbacks — from binding celebrities who are “canceled” (à la The Craft) to choreographed numbers to pop songs of the decade. KQED’s The Cooler: Live! With your hosts: Emmanuel Hapsis + Carly Severn + Jamedra Brown Fleischman Wedesday, March 21, 2018 The Chapel 777 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110 6:00 p.m. – Doors (food will be available for purchase onsite) 7:00 p.m. – Show Buy your tickets now! ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? And if you have any good stories about slumber parties, send ’em to We might feature them at the event and on our podcast! See y’all on March 21st! Big thanks to our partner, The Chapel for supporting KQED.
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 6:00 PM
Blizzard Talk
UC Berkeley CSUA – We’re on a quest: bring our dreams to life and craft the most epic entertainment experiences, ever. Hard work, iteration and polish go into the Blizzard “secret recipe,” but the most important ingredients come from talented people who share our vision. If that sounds like you, join us. Check out Blizzard's Careers page here: ____________________________________________ ????? ???? "Hello World!" The Computer Science Undergraduate Association supports the undergraduate computer science student body at UC Berkeley and acts as an entry point to industry. The CSUA hosts tech talks, hackathons, info sessions, CS workshops, LAN parties, and the biannual Startup Fair. Come by our event or visit us at our office (311 Soda) to sign up and become a member! We're open to all majors who are curious/interested/passionate about computer science :)
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 6:00 PM
Free LSAT Logic Games Workshop at USF
Blueprint LSAT Preparation – Come join us on Wednesday, March 21st, at the University of San Francisco- University Center 402/403. USF's Phi Alpha Delta and Blueprint LSAT Prep will be hosting a free workshop on the most intimidating section of the Law School Admission Test: Logic Games. Our LSAT expert Mike Moss will introduce some key techniques for tackling questions and different ways to approach the Law School Admission Test! You don't want to miss this great opportunity to discuss all things LSAT related! Come hungry and bring a friend; pizza will be provided! All attendees will receive a discount code for $300 off a Blueprint classroom course. Interested in attending this event? Be sure to RSVP by clicking "Find Tickets", to secure your spot and to receive your discount for Blueprint's classroom course!
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 6:30 PM
ArtPoint Film Screening & Lecture: Lynn Hershman Leeson
Legion of Honor Museum – Join us for a special night of music, art, and education at the Legion of Honor! The evening will begin with wine, small bites, and music from the SFJAZZ High School All-Stars while you view artist Lynn Hershman Leeson’s newly commissioned work, "VertiGhost." At 7:30pm Lynn Hershman Leeson and Curator-in-Charge, Contemporary Art and Programming, Claudia Schmuckli, will be in conversation discussing "VertiGhost." The exhibition is designed to draw the viewer into a meditation about notions of authenticity and the construction of identity. Inspired by the Legion of Honor’s role as a location for Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958), Hershman Leeson explores the tension at the core of Vertigo between the difficulty or lack of desire to distinguish between reality and fiction versus the pursuit of truth. SFJAZZ High School All-Stars, light drinks & bites: 6:30-7:30 pm Screening & lecture: 7:30-8:30 pm Exhibit will remain open for one hour following the program Tickets: $20 ArtPoint Members $30 General Admission $159 Best Value: Individual ArtPoint Membership + 1 ticket Event Chairs: Christopher Clark and Mathilda Lazelle Event Partner: SFJAZZ Guests must be 21 years of age with a valid ID. Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Lynn Hershman Leeson, Ghost of a Ghost, 2017. Archival digital print. Courtesy of the artist and Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 6:30 PM
John Beyrle, Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia
Commonwealth Club of California – Russia: Preparing for the Post-Putin Era John Beyrle, U.S. Ambassador to Russia from 2008–12; Board Director, U.S. Russia Foundation Following the Russian elections on March 18, Vladimir Putin will likely have just won a fourth (and probable final) term as president. Come for a discussion with Ambassador John Beyrle on “Russia: Preparing for the Post-Putin Era.” Beyrle served as an American diplomat for more than three decades in foreign postings and domestic assignments focused on Central and Eastern Europe, the Soviet Union, and Russia. He was twice appointed ambassador—to Bulgaria (from 2005–08) and to Russia (from 2008–12). During the latter assignment, he led the implementation of policies resulting in improved United States–Russian relations, highlighted by the signing of the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, Russia’s accession to the World Trade Organization and liberalized visa formalities. Beyrle’s diplomatic service included two earlier tours at the U.S. embassy in Moscow, most recently serving as deputy chief of mission. He also served as counselor for political and economic affairs at the U.S. embassy in the Czech Republic and a member of the U.S. delegation to the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe, negotiated in Vienna. In Washington, he served as special adviser to the secretary of state for the New Independent States and director for Russian, Ukrainian and Eurasian affairs on the staff of the National Security Council. As a staff officer in the 1980s, he traveled extensively with George Shultz and James Baker, former secretaries of state. Beyrle currently serves on the board of directors of the U.S. Russia Foundation for Economic Advancement and the Rule of Law. Location: 110 The Embarcadero, Toni Rembe Rock Auditorium, San Francisco Time: 5:45 p.m. check-in, 6:30 p.m. program All ticket sales are final and nonrefundable.