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Senior Lunch Program

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Give This Senior Lunch Program a Boost

Did you know that 1 in 5 seniors in San Francisco lives with the threat of hunger? Project Open Hand conducting a campaign this fall to encourage seniors to come enjoy their warm, nutritious lunches at their senior lunch sites  across San Francisco. 
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Last Updated on Saturday, 20 September 2014 02:22
 

Community Dance

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Tonight! Dance
7-10pm

Free for You

Tonight, Friday September 19 from 7-10pm, join us for a FREE COMMUNITY DANCE as we celebrate 21 years of serving YOU.  Come early: from 7-7:30, you can goof around on aerial bungees with Lisa Christensen of Bungee Moon Dance, and explore the joys of hoopdance with 418's Brynne Flidais.

DJ's Michael and Theo will be hosting our evening.  Invite your friends--it's a great way to experience the joys of movement with us.
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Last Updated on Friday, 19 September 2014 23:03
 

Khaled Hosseini at SJSU

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Khaled Hosseini Receives Steinbeck Award

With a story spanning from Kabul to Independence High School to The New York Times Best Sellers list, the novelist inspired students and teachers alike during his visit to San Jose State.

 

Oakland Food Policy Workshop

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Rethink The System
OFPC and People's Grocery are pleased to present an upcoming participatory discussion on redefining our power around food.

This event will be September 27th, 10AM-12PM at Eastside Arts Alliance at 2277 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94606.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 15:02
 

Oaklanders' Right to Grow Food

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The City of Oakland to Vote on Oaklanders' Right to Grow Food
After four years of advocating for the right to grow food in our neighborhoods, we are getting an answer to our pleas.

At this Wednesday’s Planning Commission meeting, the City of Oakland will respond to a community campaign spearheaded by the Oakland Food Policy Council with leadership from Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan, which demands that the City remove costly and prohibitive barriers to food production.

In a historic show of support, Oakland Planning Department will present proposed zoning regulations that will make significant changes in allowing Oaklanders to grow, harvest, and sell their own food, ‘by right.’ After years of grappling with prohibitive permits, residents would be able to create community gardens outright in all but a few select commercial and industrial zones of Oakland. The City will also seek to remove permitting requirements for the growing & selling of produce in other areas, including residential neighborhoods.

Citizens can speak in favor of these changes at the Planning Commission meeting this Wednesday, September 17th, at 6PM at Oakland City Hall, One Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Hearing Room No. 1 in Oakland, CA 94612.

Approval of these policies will be a monumental step for the City of Oakland toward supporting our right to self-determination and localized food production.


Growing food is a right, not a conditional privilege.
 
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