Monday Sep 25 @ 8:30 AM
The Six Indispensable Steps to Start and Manage A Successful Business
SCORE Mentors – To succeed in business you need more than a good idea, you need to know all the important aspects that contribute to making it successful. This workshop brings together experts in the fields of: 1. Business Planning 2. Marketing, branding and advertising 3. Accounting 4. Legal 5. Insurance 6. Financing. This one day program allows you to learn from experts who have many years of experience in numerous businesses, including consumer to consumer, business to business, fee for service, and marketing and branding categories. You will also gain unique insights into the legal requirements and options, accounting rules, insurance options, as well as financing. Few if any ventures will succeed without a thorough understanding of these six indispensable aspects of starting or running a business. 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 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
    Monday Sep 25 @ 8:30 AM
Diablo Creek Golf Course – Every Monday unless otherwise scheduled, check events on calendar at or call 925-686-6262
    Monday Sep 25 @ 10:00 AM
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    Monday Sep 25 @ 10:00 AM
14th Annual Robby Babcock Memorial Golf Tournament
Crisis Support Services of Alameda County – Please join us for the 14th Annual Robby Babcock Memorial Golf Tournament on Monday, September 25, 2017. The tournament is a premier end-of-season golf event at Oakhurst Country Club in Clayton, CA. Proceeds from the event benefit Crisis Support Services of Alameda County’s Teens for Life Community Education Program. Each year, Teens for Life provides more than 12,000 youth with the knowledge and tools to be able to ask for help, for themselves or others, when feeling depressed, hopeless, or suicidal. Thanks to the generosity of the Babcock family and the support of their friends and community, 100% of the proceeds from this event benefit Crisis Support Services' life-saving youth programs. We will have a great day of golf at the beautiful Oakhurst Country Club in Clayton, CA ( 10:00AM Registration and Lunch 11:45AM Shotgun Start 5:00PM Hosted Bar Opens 5:45PM Dinner, Awards, & Prizes
    Monday Sep 25 - Nov 27 @ 11:00 AM
Bagels on the Glade
Berkeley Hillel – Weekly event, enjoy free bagels and coffee on memorial glade from 11-12:30 on Mondays! Bring your friends.
    Monday Sep 25 - Dec 13 @ 12:30 PM
Zumba for CSUEB students, faculty and staff
Cal State East Bay Concord – Cal State East Bay Faculty, Staff and Students join us for a fun dance workout. Every week on Mondays and Wednesdays. Open to CSUEB Faculty, Staff and Students. Bring your Bay Card and join the fun dance workout every week Monday and Wednesday from 12:30 - 1:30 pm
    Monday Sep 25 - Oct 25 @ 12:45 PM
SLPS Mandatory Orientation
UC Berkeley School of Law, Boalt Hall – Mandatory Orientation for new SLPS Participants will now be held on 9/25 in Booth Auditorium (changed from 9/19). Orientation Part II will be held on 10/25, also in Booth. All new SLPS participants are required to attend BOTH sessions. Lunch will be provided. For more information contact
    Monday Sep 25 @ 1:00 PM
Performing Artist Site Visit
SF International Arts Festival – A tour of the Fort Mason Center campus for professional performing artists interested in presenting their work at the Fort Mason Center and the San Francisco International Arts Festival in 2018 or 2019. The tour takes approximately 90 minutes and includes the Cowell and Southside Theaters, Battery Point, Chapel, Festival Pavilion, Firehouse, Gallery 308 and the General's Residence. Gather at the picnic benches in front of Building B in Lower Fort Mason at 1:00pm. Call our office at 415-399-9554 or send an email to if you have questions or need more details.
    Monday Sep 25 @ 4:00 PM
Happy Hour: Mule Mondays - $4 Mules
Club BNB Nightclub – Join us for the East Bays biggest LGBTQ Happy Hour at Club BNB in Oakland with Andrea. Club BNB is perfect for meeting up with friends or co-workers, networking, meetings and private parties. For Larger groups and parties consider reserving our second floor. Happy Hour at Club BNB features weekly drink specials, a pool table, a Juke Box, a smoking patio and more. $2.00 pints and $8.00 pitchers of weekly and monthly selections of drafts available Monday through Friday from 4PM to 8:30PM Try our new Blended and Frozen Drinks $2 Draft Beers and $8 Pitchers plus FREE Nacho Bar & Games Daily Mondays are Mule Mondays $4 Well Mules $1 Off all other Mules Free pool table play Become a Happy Hour VIP and get $2 Drink coupons sent to your email for any drink you like. Join online at Club BNB 2120 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612
    Monday Sep 25 @ 4:00 PM
Casual Card Game Night
Games of Berkeley – Come enjoy a casual space to play your favorite collectible card game. This is a free event for players of all ages and skill levels. Card games that are played at this event include, Magic, Laboratory Mayhem, Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon My Little Pony, ect. Are you an experienced card game player and want to make sure your deck is perfect for the next tournament? Or are you a new player wanting to learn more and get some game questions answered? Either way this event is for you! Bring your friends and come play casually every Monday evening. This event is specifically for Fantasy Flight Games LCGs and Doomtown! If you have any questions please send us an email at THIS EVENT IS SUBJECT TO THE 5FOR5 DEPOSIT
    Monday Sep 25 @ 5:30 PM
Week to Week Politics Roundtable and Social Hour 9/25/17
Commonwealth Club of California – MARISA LAGOS, Reporter, California Politics and Government, KQED; Twitter @mlagos CARLA MARINUCCI, Senior Writer, Politico California Playbook,; Twitter @cmarinucci BARBARA MARSHMAN, Editorial Pages Editor, Mercury News; Twitter @barbmarshman Join us for our first public program at The Commonwealth Club's new waterfront home! It's never a dull moment in politics these days, and we'll discuss the biggest, most controversial and sometimes the surprising political issues with expert commentary by panelists who are smart, are civil and have a good sense of humor. Join our panelists for informative and engaging commentary on political and other major news, audience discussion of the week’s events, and our live news quiz! And come early before the program to meet other smart and engaged individuals and discuss the news over snacks and wine at our member social (open to all attendees). 5:30 p.m. wine-and-snacks social 6:30–7:35 p.m. roundtable program
    Monday Sep 25 @ 5:30 PM
Lecture l Yiddish Song in Early Modern Ashkenaz by Dr. Matut
The Magnes – Lecture by Dr. Diana Matut on Yiddish Song in Early Modern Ashkenaz (c. 1500-1750): Sources, Repertoire, Performance The Ashkenazim (Jews of Central and Eastern Europe) have been singing in Yiddish since the Middle Ages. Their historical song repertoires were very different from today's Yiddish songs. Diana Matut's lecture will explore the world of Renaissance and Baroque Yiddish song, and answer a set of specific research questions, such as: What did the Jews of Kraków, Amsterdam, Prague and Frankfurt sing about? Where did their melodies originate, and can they be reconstructed today? Through literary and musical examples, the lecture will also investigate how Jewish and Christian authorities reacted to the texts and melodies of early Yiddish songs, and give a special emphasis to women's singing activities, and female vocal repertoires. Diana Matut, PhD, is a lecturer in Jewish Studies at the University Halle-Wittenberg (Germany). After studying Jewish and Semitic Studies at Halle, she earned a Diploma in Hebrew and Jewish Studies at Oxford University, followed by an MA in Yiddish Studies at SOAS, London. She participated in the Advanced Seminar for Yiddish Studies at JTS – taught in Yiddish. Today, Diana regularly teaches and lectures at universities in Europe and in Israel. Outside of her academic career, Diana is a singer and leader of the band Simkhat Hanefesh (Joy of the Soul), which performs Jewish music and Yiddish songs of the Renaissance and Baroque period. She teaches old Yiddish song and children’s song workshops at Yiddish Summer Weimar and Klekanada and has produced several CDs (e.g. Far dem nayem dor – For the New Generation; simkhat hanefesh - Early Yiddish Music). and This program was made possible in partnership with the following institutions: The Center for Jewish Studies, The Music Department, and GHI West - Pacific Regional Office of the German Historical Institute Washington DC
    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
Alternative Exposure Information Session #3 (Richmond)
Southern Exposure – Interested in applying for an Alternative Exposure grant? Attend a free information session led by Southern Exposure staff during the Round 11 Alternative Exposure grant cycle. Attending an information session is encouraged but not required to apply for an Alternative Exposure grant. Information sessions are free and open to the public. No RSVP necessary. Southern Exposure's Alternative Exposure grant program supports the independent, self-organized work of artists and small groups that play a critical and significant role within the San Francisco Bay Area arts community. Alternative Exposure provides monetary awards—giving grants of up to $5,000—to foster the development and presentation of artist-led projects and programs that are direct, accessible, and open to the public. Funded activities may include a new exhibition or exhibition series, the ongoing work of an arts venue or collective, a public art project, a one-time event or performance, publications directly related to the visual arts, an online project, an artist residency, a series of film screenings, and more. **If you are unable to make this Information Session, there is one other upcoming AltEx Info Session** AltEx Info Session #4- Saturday, September 30 at Southern Exposure
    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 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 Location: Room 3
    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:00 PM
AHO Town Hall Forum at Dominican
Dominican University of California – California Senator Mike McGuire will host an "AHO Youth Team Town Hall Forum" in Dominican's Guzman Lecture Hall on Monday, September 25, from 6-8 p.m. The event, which is focused on solutions for youth homelessness, is co-sponsored by Dominican. Free pizza, beverages, and cookies will be served. It is part of Dominican's Democracy & Equity Initiative. Joining McGwire, state senator for District 2, in the panel discussion will be Jessica Colvin, Director of Wellness Centers at Drake, Tamalpais, and Redwood high schools in Marin County, and members of the Ambassadors of Hope and Opportunity (AHO) Youth Team. Anna Pletcher, former Chair of the Marin Women's Commission, will moderate the panel discussion. The theme of the event is "Think Different -- Changing the Narrative: A Preventative Approach for Homeless Youth." To RSVP, please contact Karlene Rebich at or call 707-576-2771. For more information, visit the AHO website: For more information about Dominican's Democracy & Equity Initiative, follow this link:
    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:30 PM
Journalist Mark Bowden: The Vietnam War’s Turning Point
Commonwealth Club of California – @Mark Bowden, Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair, National Correspondent, The Atlantic, Author, "Black Hawk Down" and "Hue 1968: A Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam" Maj. Gen. Raymond Smith (Ret.), Former Company Commander at the Battle of Hue, United States Marine Corps—Moderator Mark Bowden hasn’t written a book about a military battle since his No. 1 New York Times best seller Black Hawk Down. His most ambitious work yet, Hue 1968 is the story of the centerpiece of the Tet Offensive and a turning point in the Vietnam War. By January 1968, despite an influx of half a million American troops, the fighting in Vietnam seemed to be at a stalemate. Yet Gen. William Westmoreland, commander of American forces, announced a new phase of the war where, he stated, “the end begins to come into view.” The North Vietnamese had different ideas. In mid-1967, the leadership in Hanoi had started planning an offensive intended to win the war in a single stroke. Part military action and part popular uprising, the Tet Offensive included attacks across South Vietnam, but the most dramatic and successful would be the capture of Hue, the country’s cultural capital. At 2:30 a.m. on January 31, 10,000 National Liberation Front troops descended from hidden camps and surged across the city of 140,000. By morning, all of Hue was in Front hands save for two small military outposts. The commanders in country and politicians in Washington, D.C. refused to believe the size and scope of the Front’s presence. Capt. Chuck Meadows was ordered to lead his 160-marine Golf Company against thousands of enemy troops in the first attempt to reenter Hue later that day. After several futile and deadly days, Lt. Col. Ernie Cheatham would finally come up with a strategy to retake the city, block by block and building by building, in some of the most intense urban combat since World War II. With unprecedented access to war archives in the United States and Vietnam and interviews with participants from both sides, Bowden narrates each stage of this crucial battle through multiple points of view. Played out over 24 days of terrible fighting and ultimately costing 10,000 combatant and civilian lives, the Battle of Hue was by far the bloodiest of the entire war. When it ended, the American debate was never again about winning, only about how to leave. Come hear a conversation about this pivotal moment and how it changed the American debate from a discussion on winning to one on how to leave. Bowden, an Atlantic Monthly national correspondent, is an author, journalist, screenwriter and teacher. His book Black Hawk Down was an international best seller that spent more than a year on The New York Times best-seller list. Bowden is also an adjunct professor at Loyola College of Maryland, his alma mater, where he teaches creative writing and journalism. Smith, the program moderator, served actively in the Marine Corps from 1965 until his retirement in 1999. From September 1967 to October 1968, during his first tour in Vietnam, he served with the 1st Battalion 1st Marines in Alpha Company. His personal decorations include the Navy Cross, the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Distinguished Service Medal, two Silver Stars, two Legion of Merit awards, the Bronze Star Medal with “V," and three Purple Hearts. Location: Marines’ Memorial Club, the Commandant’s Ballroom, 609 Sutter St., San Francisco Time: 6 p.m. check-in, 6:30 p.m. program, 7:30 p.m. book signing Notes: In partnership with Marines’ Memorial Association All ticket sales are final and nonrefundable
    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:30 PM
San Francisco Alumni and Parent Reception
Cheshire Academy – Please join Director of Development Barbara Davis, Director of Alumni Relations Christian Malerba '04 and Cheshire Academy alumni and parents for this reception. Address: SWIG 561 Geary St. San Francisco, CA Please RSVP by Sept. 19 to or 203-439-7276.
    Monday Sep 25 - Sep 26 @ 6:30 PM
SALSA DANCE Lessons! SalsaCrazy Mondays Dance Lessons
DanceSF Salsa Dance Academy – Salsa Dance Party, Learn to Salsa plus Dancing - Mondays, TICKETS, Beginning SALSA at 7p, Upstairs - Come Join the FUN and Learn to Salsa Dance A rare open house, and salsa dance class at San Francisco's crazyiest Monday Night. Fun and Social, Step by Step dance lessons - you'll LOVE IT. TICKETS, Come help us celebrate with a great beginners lesson, and dancing all night long. Woohoo! Doors at 6:30p, Beginning SALSA Dance Lessons at 7p! No partner and no experience required. DANCING ALL NIGHT AFTER LESSONS ... A GREAT SALSA AND BACHATA NIGHT! Learn to Dance SALSA Mondays! It's the very first class - step by step. -> FREE TICKETS ARE FOR BRAND NEW STUDENTS ONLY (CAN ONLY BE USED ONCE), AND MUST BE IN CLUB BEFORE 6:45 (Doors at 6:30)! (Learn to Dance! Free tickets are for people new to dancing, to experience a short, fun salsa dance lesson (and a night of dancing). Learn Salsa at 7p with a FUN hour dance lessons for BEGINNERS, and then join us for both Salsa and Bachata Dancing. ALL NIGHT. Huge, fantastic and fun party! Come and join - suitable for beginners. Invite your friends, share, and get ready for a great, fun dance night! It all happens on THIS Monday, SalsaCrazy Mondays at the Neck of the Woods, 406 Clement Street, SF, 21+. No partner or experience required for lessons. Dancing ALL NIGHT after lessons - super fun! Plan on it. (Dancing starts at 8:30p) TICKETS,
    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:30 PM
World Without Mind: The Existential Threat of Big Tech
The Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium – Franklin Foer reveals the existential threat posed by big tech and offers a toolkit to fight their pervasive influence. Elegantly tracing the intellectual history of computer science—from Descartes and the enlightenment to Alan Turing to Stuart Brand and the hippie origins of today’s Silicon Valley—Foer exposes the dark underpinnings of our most idealistic dreams for technology. The corporate ambitions of Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon, he argues, are trampling longstanding liberal values, especially intellectual property and privacy. This is a nascent stage in the total automation and homogenization of social, political, and intellectual life. By reclaiming our private authority over how we intellectually engage with the world, we have the power to stem the tide. At stake is nothing less than who we are, and what we will become. In this talk, Foer explains not just the looming existential crisis but the imperative of resistance.
    Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Ehnahre: The Marrow, w/ Bruckmann/Heule/Nishi/Rivero
Center for New Music – Tickets: $15 General, $10 Members Buy Tickets Online Tickets also available at the door The Boston based ensemble Ehnahre has been pioneering an effort to rethink and redefine what metal, extreme, and new music can be since their debut release in 2008, to equal parts acclaim and condemnation for their sins against the tradition. Originally conceived of as a one-off recording project, the artistic success of the first session inspired the group to forge ahead, and it has evolved over time from a weirdo death metal outfit into an extreme new music ensemble that employs an unlimited variety of techniques, instrumentation, and atmospheres. While the ensemble retains a vestigial tail of their formative elements, they are always in search of innovative and interesting new approaches, concepts and projects to give life to. On their current tour, Ehnahre will be performing music from their newest and most adventurous record to date, The Marrow, with core members Ryan Mcguire (vocals, contrabass), Richard Chowenhill (guitars), and Joshua Carro (percussion, electronics). Opening will be the newly-formed, soon-to-be-named, Black Gagaku quartet of Kyle Bruckmann (oboe/English horn/electronics), Jacob Felix Heule (percussion), Kanoko Nishi (koto), and Danishta Rivero (voice).