Friday, October 22, 2010

Los events: this weekend!!

♥Friday: Bikes, posters, beers. be there!!

ArtCrank - a poster party for bike people
friday, oct. 22
chrome messenger bags | 580 4th street
7-11PM
+info here: www.artcrankpostershow.com/san-francisco/
Valet Bicycle Parking provided by the mighty SFBC.
See you there!

♥Friday | GalerĂ­a de la Raza: Open Mic

 
GalerĂ­a de la Raza:
LUNADA Literary Lounge & Open Mic Featuring Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo & Roxana Damas
7:30PM - 5$
+info: here

♥Saturday | SFBC Valet Bike Parking at the Ferry Bldg. Saturday Farmers' market

bat's cousin
8AM-2PM
Valet parking takes place in the 'island'.
Go park your bike lush style already
-and- say helllowww to my girl calitexican, market street observing master on red-mixte-wheels, doing her thing at the valet bike parking. kthx


♥Saturday | Shaping SF bike tour: Transit

Meets at noon: CounterPULSE, 1310 Mission at 9th
Sliding scale 15-20$
+info and details: shapingSF
 
♥Saturday | Pedal Savvy Ride
Pedal Savvy Group Ride
2-5PM
Meets at pandhandle (baker @fell) at 2PM
Ends at nooworks at 5PM

♥Saturday |Carrotmob!

Saturday 10/23 from 3-6 pm
WIGG party present: Carrotmob!
Carrotmob is a type of consumer activism in which businesses compete at how socially responsible they can be, and then a network of consumers spends money to support whichever business makes the strongest offer.

These guys are up to something. And I like the sound of it, plus as if anyone needed another excuse to stop by the super cool Matching Half (!!!)
The Wigg Party is proud to announce that the next incarnation of the global phenomenon known as the Carrotmob will be happening here in our own backyard at the Matching Half Cafe on October 23rd from 3-6 pm. During these hours, Matching Half will commit a whopping 200% of their profit to making their business practices more sustainable. Yes, you read correctly: 200%!
 more info+details: here

♥Saturday | Day of the Dead at the Oakland Museum of CA.


I randomyl found this event, indicates no bike/accomodations, but seems quite easy to reach via BART and within walking distance around the East Bay.
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COMMUNITY CELEBRATION FOR DAYS OF THE DEAD Sixteenth Annual Celebration Oct 23, 2010 | 12:00 - 4:30 pm
Oakland Museum of California 1000 Oak St. Oakland, CA 94607
+info here: link

♥Sunday | Sunday Streets Tenederloin edition
Sunday streets is here again. Yes!!!
Show the beloved TL some love, here is the map
and further details here: http://sundaystreetssf.com/?page_id=721

2 comments:

  1. So much bike-y goodness! These photos make me miss SF. And love that farmer's market tote--sweet!!

    hope you have a wonderful weeekend Meli!

    xoxo Mary Jo

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