Friday, October 23, 2009

Upper Noe Neighbors 2010 District 8 Supervisor Forum

Thursday night I attended the Upper Note Neighbors monthly meeting which was held at the spectacular Upper Noe Recreation Center (Day Street at Sanchez). Neighbors met with candidates running for District 8 Supervisor in 2010. This was the first time all four candidates spoke to a gathering.

There is a term in real estate called "turnkey" which is a term used when a space being rented or purchased and is ready to move into. (turn the key, and open the door). The four candidates are "turnkey" - ready to move in. Smart, hard working, involved caring individuals.

Rafael Mandelman - - Lawyer, currently President of Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club, Vice Chair of the San Francisco Democratic Party, Commissioner on the San Francisco Board of Appeals, Past President of Noe Valley Democratic Club, Board Member of Livable City.

Rebecca Prozan - - Assistant District Attorney, grassroots organizer, former Obama Delegate. Was Mayor Willie Brown's Liaison to District 8, Legislative Aide to Supervisor Bevan Dufty. She was past co-chair of the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club.

Laura Spanjian - - Assistant General Manager for External Affairs for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Treasurer of the San Francisco Democratic Central Committee, past co-chair of the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club, EQCA Board member and member of Noe Valley Democratic Club, Friends of Noe Valley Valley and Eureka Valley Library Steering Committee.

Scott Wiener - - Deputy City Attorney, past co-chair of the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club, member of the San Francisco Democratic Central Committee and past chair, President of the Eureka Valley Promotion Association, helped found Castro Community on Patrol. Scott Weiner had the first literature - very impressive eight page brochure which included a window sign.

They have all worked together for very a long time - which brought a different dynamic to the meeting. None of them were afraid to answer questions - they are leaders.

Questions included the new sanctuary law - Rafael Mandelman and Laura Spanjian supported, Scott Wiener opposed and Rebecca Prozan doesn't know how she would vote on this legislation.
The parking meter extension came up, all candidates said this matter was still in the works and some kind of plan should be implemented.
None of the candidates would cross a picket line and they all had fast passes (Spanjian has a Smart Car).
All candidates, and people in attendance had high praise for Supervisor Bevan Dufty for his hands on problem solving and constituent work.

Upper Noe Neighbors - c/o 169 Valley Street, San Francisco - Phone No. 415-285-0473
Purpose of Organization:
Promote the collective interests of all persons living or running a business in the San Francisco Neighborhood.
Inform the public of matters concerning Upper Noe and San Francisco in general.
Provide Upper Noe residents with a more forceful, collective voice.
Promote sociability, friendship and recreation for the neighborhood.
Initiate and /or support beneficial neighborhood and civic projects;
Meetings are general held on the last Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Upper Noe Recreation Center.

Vicki Rosen, President of Upper Noe Neighbors
Rafael Mandelman
Rebecca Prozan
Laura Spanjian
Scott Wiener

October 23, 2009 - Friday

Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General 2010
When: October 23, 2009 - Friday
5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Baobab Village, 3372 19th Street, San Francisco
What: Meet and greet with Kamala D. Harris.
Marco Senghor, Annemarie Stephens and Young Professionals for Kamal Harris invite you to a fundraiser honoring San Francisco District Attorney Kamala D. Harris
Co-Hosts: James Kass, Stone Faure
Sponsors: Sam Ruiz, Alica Brite, Lakshmi Kerner, Anthony Powell
Co-Sponsors: Mary Nicely, Dr. Bernado Gonzales, Rona Young, Lillie Barrow, Fusicology
Entertainment by Afro Funk Grroves
Guest $35.

Art in Storefronts Launch Event
When: October 23, 2009 - Friday
5 to 7 p.m.
Where: 989 Market Street (at Sixth Street), San Francisco
What: San Francisco's Central Market and Tenderloin neighborhoods join for the launch of the Art in Storefronts pilot program. Free community celebration featuring live music with an unveiling ceremony followed by a reception where the public can pick up a map to the newly-transformed storefronts. Performances by students from Alonzo King LINES Ballet Training Program.

Andrea's Meet & Greet for Dave Roberts for Congress
When: October 23, 2009 - Friday
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Catch Restaurant, 2362 Market, San Francisco
What: Andrea Shorter is inviting you to meet Dave Roberts who is running for Congress in San Diego. Dave is a two-term councilman and former Mayor of Solana Beach and is a small businessman. When elected, Dave will be the first openly same sex married member of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Appetizers and no-host bar.

"A Good Idea" fundraiser - Guest Bartending at Tonic
When: October 23, 2009 - Friday
6 to 9 p.m.
Where: Tonic, 2630 Polk Street, San Francisco
What: Guest bartending at Tonic. 100% of the tips will go directly to "A Good Idea's" efforts in serving the homeless and underserved youth. All drinks are 2 for 1 from 6 to 7 p.m.

No on Prop D. Pissed off Voter Guide Release Party
When: October 23, 2009 - Friday
7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Where: Gestalt Haus, 3159 16th Street, San Francisco
What: Meet former Mayor Art Agnos and other progressives at the Pissed off Voter Guide Release Party Guide. The will also be taking donations and talking strategies about No on Prop D.

October 24, 2009 - Saturday

City College of San Francisco Garage Sale and Flea Market
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Reservoir parking lot across from the Ocean Campus (Phelan Ave.) between the CCSF bookstore annex and Riordan High School, San Francisco
What: Support the first Citywide Save CCSF Classes Garage Sale and Market.

Healthcare Reform - State Senator Leland Yee
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Health Screenings
11 a.m. until noon - Guest speaker State Senator Leland Yee
Where: UCSF Parnassus Campus, HSW-300
What: Free hypertension, cholesterol and diabetes screenings will be provided by Pharmacists and UCSF Student Pharmacists. Guest speaker State Senator Leland Yee
Events sponsored: Diablo Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Golden Gate Society of Health-System Pharmacists, California of Society of Health-System Pharmacists- UCSF Student Chapter

*Greening in the Bayview! Campaign Kickoff!
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
10 a.m.
Where: Bayview Opera House, 4750 Third Street, San Francisco
What: Join San Francisco Department of Environment, Supervisor Sophie Maxwell, and Sunset Scavenger as they co-host a community kickoff event. A new campaign to increase recycling and composting to help make the Bayview a better place to live and work. Barbeque, meet your neighbors.

Noe Valley Harvest Festival
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: 24th Street between Church and Sanchez, San Francisco
What: Celebrate exhibiting artists, craftspeople & non-profits which support our Noe Valley economy and community. Kids costume contest, dog costume contest, Lovitt-Page Rock Band, Pie-Eating contest sponsored by Noe Valley Baker. Gypsy Tease Flamenco Dance. Hayride, free for kids. Photo booth, juggler, dunk tank, balloon artist, face painting, caricaturist, jumpy tents and pumpkin patch

Community Meeting - "Planning the Future of Sunnydale & Visitacion Valley"
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
10:30 am. to 1 p.m.
Where: Visitacion Valley Elementary School, 55 Schwerin Street, San Francisco
What: Meeting about the development of the Sunnydale-Velasco public housing . City's HOPE SF initiative - new housing for various income levels, parks and open spaces, community service and potentially neighborhood retail and businesses.
A master plan advisory committee of Visitacion Valley residents and neighbors have been working to develop a master plan. Sponsored by MercyRelated HOPE SF Team
RSVP 415-452-9744

Third Annual Dogtoberfest at Upper Douglass Park
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: Upper Douglass Park, 27th and Douglass, San Francisco
What: Community party for all dogs, their owners, friends and family. Contests will be held for best costumes, agility, obedience and tricks.

* 11th Annual Clarion Alley Block Party
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
Noon to 9 p.m.
Where: Clarion Alley and Mission Street, San Francisco
What: Bands, DJ, film and video projections, artists and muralist adding new murals. Free.

Monroe Elementary School Seventh Annual Fall Fun Festival
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
Noon to 4 p.m.
Where: Monroe Elementary School, 260 Madrid Street, San Francisco
What: Haunted house, cake walk, bike rodeo, face-painting, pumpkin patch, homemade food. Come in costume if you like. Admission is free.

Eureka Valley, Harvey Milk Memorial Branch Library Grand Re-Opening
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
1 p.m.
Where: 1 Jose Sarria Court (16th Street near Market) San Francisco
What: Opening celebration of the newly renovated library. Join Mayor Gavin Newsom, Supervisor Bevan Dufty and City Librarian Luis Herrera. Sponsored by the San Francisco Public Library, Friends of the San Francisco Public Library and the Eureka Valley Library Campaign Committee. Refreshments and entertainment.

19th Annual Farley's Pet Fest
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
1 p.m.
Where: Farley's, 1315 18th Street, San Francisco
What: Parade for all ages and pets in costume! Dedicated to long time parade judge, Greg, that passed away on April 1st.
Parade starts at 18th and Arkansas, marches up 18th Street to Texas. Music, judging and awarding up to 50 trophies. Let by "Milo Grey" local high school musicians.
Christopher Irion's Famous Photo Booth will be set up on the corner of 18th and Texas from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. He will take photos of kids and pets in costume for our annual November art display and photo giveaway. Free

A Different Light Bookstore - Judy Shepard
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
3 p.m.
Where: A Different Light Bookstore, 489 Castro Street, San Francisco
What: Judy Shepard will discuss her book "The Meaning of Matthew: My Son's Murder in Laramie and a World Transformed"

San Francisco's International Day of Climate Action - Rally
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Justin Herman Plaza, 1 Market Street, San Francisco
What: Calling for climate justice at the Copenhagen climate talks for the International Day of Climate Action. Host: Greenpeace Northern California

10th Annual Potrero Hill History Night
When: October 24, 2009 - Saturday
5:30 - BBQ
7 to 9 p.m. - Program
Where: International Studies Academy, 655 DeHaro, San Francisco
What: Potrero Hill Archives Project hosts Potrero Hill History Night. Features Goat Hill Phil in conversation with long-time residents. Program is free. Live music from a gospel choir. Prior to program - BBQ by Parkside, Bottom of the Hill and Chat's Coffee - live jazz music. $6. for the BBQ (burger, or veggie burger or pulled pork - plus a salad).

October 25, 2009 - Sunday

West Fest
When: October 25, 2009 - Sunday
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: Speedway Meadows, Golden Gate Park, Corner 25th Avenue and Fulton Street, S.F.
What: Celebrating 40th Anniversary of Woodstock. 42 bands, 3 stages and 26 poster artists. Free.

October 26, 2009 - Monday

Town Hall Meeting - Supervisor Eric Mar
When: October 26, 2009 - Monday
5:30 to 8 p.m.
Where: Richmond Recreation Center, 251 18th Avenue, between Clement and California Street, San Francisco
What: Join Supervisor Eric Mar, Department of Public Works and the Richmond District Police Department in a discussion on graffiti abatement, street cleaning and dumping.

Community Planning
When: October 26, 2009 - Monday
5:30 p.m.
Where: Donaldina Cameron House, Culbertson Hall, 920 Sacramento Street, San Francisco
What: Tell the City and County of San Francisco how to spend $200 million in federal funds over the next five years for community development and housing priorities. They want your input!
Information: 701-5500

Gavin Newsom - Town Hall Meeting
When: October 26, 2009 - Monday
6 p.m.
Where: San Rafael Community Center Auditorium, 618 B Street, San Rafael, Ca.
What: Join Mayor Gavin Newsom at the Rafael Town Hall. Mayor Newsom will discuss a potential constitutional convention in California, the economy, health care, education and take questions from the audience. Free. Open to public.

The San Francisco Women's Networking Cocktail Party
When: October 26, 2009 - Monday
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Bank of America Building, Carnelian Room, 555 California Street, San Francisco
What: San Francisco Women's Political Committee (SFWPC) is hosting a get-together after the 3rd Annual San Francisco Women's Policy Summit to meet your local elected officials, commissioners, women leaders in the political and nonprofit arenas. Enjoy beverages and appetizers.
SFWPC members will get credit towards voting eligibility in future SFWPC endorsement proceedings.

San Francisco Labor Council Education Event - The Assault on the Public Sector & Charting a Course for Progressive Taxation
When: October 26, 2009 - Monday
6:45 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Where: Plumbers Hall, 1621 Market Street, San Francisco
What: Addressing the failure of government to adopt priorities that provide and maintain the infrastructure of employment, education, health care, housing and parks.
Hosts: Tim Paulson, Executive Director; Mike Casey, President; Larry Mazzola, VP of Affiliate Support; Conny Ford VP of Political Affairs; Howard Wallace, P of Community Affairs
Dennis Kelly, Chair and President of United Educators of San Francisco
BettyOlson-Jones, President of Oakland Education Association
Fred Glass, Communications Director of California Federation of Teachers.
Learn about how we can stop the way we are nickel and dimed at every turn with fees and fines, while everything get more expensive.

*Defying Inequity - The San Francisco Concert
When: October 26, 2009 - Monday
7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Where: Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco
What: An evening of song, dance and awareness for Marriage Equality. Proceeds from the evening benefit Marriage Equality USA and Garden State Equality.
Ticket Information and website with latest update:

Neighborhood Parks Council bartends at Elixir!
When: October 26, 2009 - Monday
9 p.m. until October 27, 2009 - 2 a.m.
Where: Elixir Saloon, 3200 16th Street (@ Guerrero), San Francisco
What: Tips will be your contribution to improving SF's parks!. Also, if you purchase PAULANER Hefeweizen and Red Bull Cocktails, these two brands will donate $1. to NPC for each one that is sold during this event.

October 27, 2009 - Tuesday

Last day to request a vote-by-mail request

San Francisco United for Main Equality
When: October 27, 2009 - Tuesday
6 to 8 p.m.
Where: Mejool , 2522 Mission Street, San Francisco
What: California's Prop. 8 is happening all over again in Maine. "Question 1", is a state proposition to repeal marriage equality in Maine. Fundraiser to raise money to defeat Question 1. Election is November 3rd.
Guest speakers: State Senator Mark Leno, City Attorney Dennis Herrera and Supervisor Bevan Dufty.
Sponsors: Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club and Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club, Citizen Hope, African American Democratic Club, API Equality, San Francisco Young Democrats, One Struggle, One Fight
Suggested donation: $25.
Campaign website:

*Magnet - First District 8 Town Hall Meeting
When: October 27, 2009 - Tuesday
7 to 9 p.m.
Where: 4122 18th Street, San Francisco.
What: First District 8 Town Hall meeting to meet the candidates for District 8 Supervisor in 2010. Candidates running: Rafael Mandelman, Rebecca Prozan, Laura Spanjian, Scott Wiener. Current District 8 Supervisor Bevan Dufty will also be on hand. Magnet, is the gay men's health center in the Castro.
Source: Matthew S. Bajko - ( Bajko is totally wired - knows everything)

Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club - Monthly Meeting
When: October 27, 2009 - Tuesday
7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: Women's Building, 3543 18th Street, San Francisco
What: Milk Club will be voting on endorsement of the following current and former Club presidents:
District 6- Debra Walker
District 8 Rafael Mandelman
Community College Board - Michael Goldstein

October 28, 2009 - Wednesday

San Francisco Labor Council Employee Breakfast - Special Guest Supervisor Sean Elsbernd
When: October 28, 2009 - Wednesday
8 a.m.
Where: Holiday Inn Golden Gate Gateway, 1500 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco
What: Meet Supervisor Sean Elbernd. $25.
RSVP: 415-440-4809

*African American Education Think Tank
When: October 28, 2009 - Wednesday
5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Where: Revere Anna E. Walden/Bayview Library, San Francisco
What: Valerie Higgins, Outreach Coordinator for Parents for Public Schools will speak as they launch the African American Education Think Tank. This is a network of parents working together to ensure quality schools in San Francisco for all children. Discussion on what the needs are and how we can best serve the African-American community.
RSVP by October 26th, dinner will be provided to all attendees.

*Raoul Wallenberg Jewish Democratic Club - Supervisor Bevan Dufty
When: October 28, 2009 - Wednesday
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Jewish Community Center, 3200 California Street, 2nd Floor Library, Room 209, San Francisco
What: Wine and Cheese Reception with Supervisor Bevan Dufty and General Membership Vote.
There will also be a vote for the election of officers and board members of Raoul Wallenberg Jewish Democratic Club and approval of the Board's recommendations for the November 3rd election.
The Club's PAC and Nominating Committee have made the following recommendations:
Election of Officer and Directors:
Club Officers:
President: Jason Porth
Vice President , Membership: Sandy Hartman
Vice President, Political Action: Igor Lotsvin
Vice President, Programs: Lisa Shell
Treasurer: Jason Carls
Secretary: Michele Sahl
Club Board Members:
Jessica Albert, Jeremy Benjamin, Casey Berman, Robin Brasso, Valerie Demicheva, Jared Giarrusso, Rene Golanty Kohl, Jerry Hersh, Hene Kelly, David Latterman, Rebecca Prozan, Carrie Rice, Jack Ross, Richard Rothman, Matt Tuchow, Ben Tulchin, Mark Weinberger, Melissa White, Andi Wickman
Treasurer: Jose Cisneros
City Attorney: Dennis Herrerra
Ballot Propositions:
Prop A - Budget Process: Yes
Prop B - Board of Supervisors Aides: Yes
Prop C - Candlestick Park Naming Rights: No Position
Prop D - Mid-Market Special Sign District: Yes
Prop E - Advertisements on City Property: Yes
Any member of the Club in good standing may cast a vote. If you have been a Club member in the past, but have not paid your dues for our 2009-2010 year, you may pay your dues at the Open House and then cast a vote.

San Francisco Democratic Party - Monthly Meeting
When: October 28, 2009 - Wednesday
7 p.m.
Where: State Building, 455 Golden Gate Avenue, Milton Marks Auditorium, San Francisco
What: Agenda includes public comment, Chair's report, Treasurer's report, fundraising, new business.

October 29, 2009 -Thursday

Latino Educators for John Rizzo
When: October 29, 2009 - Thursday
5:30 to 8 p.m.
Where: 84 Berkeley Way, San Francisco
What: Reception/fundraiser for the Trustee's reelection. City College of San Francisco Latino Educators and Students invite you to a reception and fundraiser in support of John Rizzo's reelection to CCSF Board of Supervisors.

*Presidio Parkway Project Meeting
When: October 29, 2009 - Thursday
6 to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Self-Help for the Elderly, 408 22nd Avenue @ Geary Avenue, San Francisco
What: Community meeting to help residents learn about the upcoming construction of the Presidio Parkway. Closure from November 2009 - 2013 of the off-ramp from northbound Doyle Drive to southbound Park Presidio/Highway1.

9500 Liberty - Bay Area Premier and Cocktail Reception
When: October 29, 2009 - Thursday
6 to 9 p.m.
Where: Sundance Kabuki Theater, 1881 Post Street, San Francisco
What: West Coast premiere of documentary chronicling the immigration culture war that tore apart a suburban DC community.
6 to 7 p.m. - Cocktail reception to raise funds for the film's completion. $30
7 to 9 p.m. - Screening - $15.
Hosting organizations: Citizen Hope, NDN, Networks Nation.
Participating organizations: Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, Asian Business League of SF, Asia Society, CAAM, Chinese for Affirmative Action, Hyphen Magazine, Presente and Screening Liberally

HANC - Park Branch Library 100th Birthday Party
When: October 29, 2009 - Thursday
6 to 8 p.m.
Where: Park Branch Library,1833 Page Street, San Francisco
What: 100th Birthday Party as it closes for a Year's Renovation.

San Francisco Beautification Awards
When: October 29, 2009 - Thursday
6 p.m.
Where: Westin St. Francis Hotel, 335 Powell Street, San Francisco
What: Dinner, silent auction, Awardee and Member Celebration.
  • La Playa Pocket Park
  • ClementinaCares
  • Piers 1 1/2, 3 & 5
  • The Passage of Prop J (2008)
  • Brian O'Neill, in Memoriam
World Music sound of Freddy Clarke's Wobbly World
General Admission: $60. Celebration, $200.

Beyond Marriage
When: October 29, 2009 - Thursday
6 to 7:30 p.m.
Where: LGBT Community Center, Ceremonial Room, 1800 Market Street, San Francisco
What: LGBT Advisory Committee of the San Francisco Human Rights Commission invites the public to participate in a forum to discuss how to recognize alternative kinship structures among people who are not related by blood or legal adoption.
Cathy Sakimura, Staff Attorney for the National Center for Lesbian Rights
Alice Kessler, Government Affairs Director for Equality California
Judy Appel, Executive Director of Our Family Coalition
Comments by:
Mark Leno, California State Senator, 3rd District
Tom Ammiano, California State Assemblymember, 13th District
David Campos, Member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors
Theresa Sparks, Executive Director of the SF Human Rights Commission
YOU, member of the public with experience in non-spousal alternative families
What kinds of non-spousal alternatives families exist?
What obstacles or legal hurdles exist for these relationships?
What can be done to support alternative families through legal and other means?

"Unmasked" GLBT Historical Society 2009 Gala
When: October 29, 2009 - Thursday
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Where: Green Room, San Francisco War Memorial, 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco
What: First annual Halloween Gala. Fundraiser to help GLBT Historical Society commitment to collect, preserve, and share the history of GLBT.
Specials guests:
  • Dykes on Bikes
  • The Sisters of Perpetual Indugence
  • Bevan Dufty
  • Beach Blanket Babylon
  • Women's Building
  • Daniel Bao
  • Mark Rhoades
Sponsors and Hosts:
Gold Mask: Rose Lane Villas & Old Town Manor, Key West, Toad Hall & The Badlands, Trigger & Lime, Twirl Management
Silver Mask: AAA of Northern California, Nevada and Utah, Joshua Alexander, CMT, John Bell & Jason Spicer, Denise Bellotti, Gerard Koskovich, Chris Lewis & Todd Reasinger, Bob Michitarian & Michael Hauptman, Q Bar, red70 Productions, Sterling Art Services
Gold Host: Ray Brizendine, Darryl Carbonaro, Chandler Framing, Terence Kissack & Mark Coleman, Bruce La Bruce, Peter Lundberg, Sterling Bank and Trust/Seligman Family Foundation, Under Glass Custom Framing
Silver Host: The Beverly Wilshire, Cambria Pines Lodge, Katie Gilmartin, Hotel Carlton, Steve Gibson, The Kimpton Group, Henry Lucero & Derek Martin, Ruth Mahaney, Manresa, MonBleu Resort, Daniel Nicoletta, Renoir Hotel, Russian River Resort, Eric Shwabel Lee Ann Slinkard, Margaret Wu
Bronze Host: Beach Blanket Babylon, Diesel, Frameline, Jungle Red Salon, The Magazine of San Francisco, Rainbow Vision, The Woods Resort at the Russian River
Donation: $100. at the door

North Beach Pub Crawl with Supervisor David Chiu
When: October 29, 2009 - Thursday
7 p.m.
Where: Starts Church Key, 1402 Grant Avenue, San Francisco
What: Pub Crawl with Supervisor David Chiu, the people who live there, and three of the the fine drinking establishments that call it home:
7 to 8 p.m.: Church Key, 1402 Grant Avenue, San Francisco - Massive beer selection - dollar off select beers
8 p.m. to 9 p.m.: 15 Romolo, 15 Romolo Place, San Francisco - Delicious food and avant-garde mixology
9 p.m. and beyond: Tosca, 242 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco - Hot Chocolate and old world cocktails

October 30, 2009 - Friday

*Excelsior Community Halloween Fest
When: October 30, 2009 - Friday
5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: Excelsior Youth Center, 163 London Street @ Excelsior and Mission, San Francisco
What: Free food, two haunted houses, bounce house, games, raffle prizes, Halloween Costume Contest.
Brought to you by: The Escelsior Converner Group, SF Education Fund, APA Family Support Services, Boys and Girls Club, Mission YMCA, Excelsior Branch Library, Excelsior Action Group, Excelsior Teen Center, Excelsior Family Connections, Poder, Excelsior Action Group, Coleman Advocates, Interactive Parenting Media, Geneva Car Barn, Excelsior Rec Connect


City Democratic Club Endorsements:
City Attorney: Dennis Herrera
Treasurer: Jose Cisneros
Charter Amendments:
Prop A - Budget Cycle - Yes
Prop B - Supervisor's Aides - yes
Prop C - Candelstick Park Naming Rights - Yes
Prop D - Mid-Market Sign District - No
Prop E - Advertising on City Property - No position

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