WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7
The Human Cost of Food
Join the Green Café Network, Mission Pie, and local farmers for a discussion about the different models of farm labor structure and how individual consumers, cafes, and restaurants can integrate this knowledge into their sourcing decisions and methods. It's an idea whose time has come: fooders and foodies working together to balance social and economic justice goals with economic demands.
6:30 p.m., $5$10 suggested donation
Kitchen at Mission Pie
2901 Mission, SF
FRIDAY, APRIL 9
Berkeley Critical Mass
Join this "spring renewal ride" to celebrate Berkeley Critical Mass' 17th year of protests on wheels. Bring noise-makers, bike decorations, food to share, and bike lights.
6 p.m., free
Center at Shattuck, Berk.
SATURDAY, APRIL 10
Forum for Choice 2010
Hear candidates for governor, attorney general, and insurance commissioner take part in an in-depth discussion on a woman's right to choose and the government's role in making reproductive health decisions that affect all of us. Confirmed participants are Jerry Brown, Hector De La Torre, Rocky Delgadillo, Kamala Harris, Dave Jones, Chris Kelly, Ted Lieu, Pedro Nava, and Alberto Torrico.
8:30 a.m.; $50, $15 for students
Nob Hill Masonic Center
1111 California, SF
Hilltop Park Beautification Day
Join AmeriCorps members of Habitat for Humanity as they maintain and beautify Hilltop Park, an under-utilized public outdoor space in the Bayview neighborhood that has fallen into disrepair due to budget cuts at SF's Recreation and Park Department.
9 a.m., free
Across from 52 Whitney Young Circle construction site, SF
San Francisco Green Festival
Volunteer or attend the Spring 2010 San Francisco Green Festival, a sustainability event featuring talks by authors, educators, and leaders; exhibits from ecofriendly businesses; workshops, films, activities, vegetarian food, and more.
Sat. 10 a.m.7 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
$15 weekend, $10 one-day; $5 seniors, bike, and public transit riders;
free for volunteers, students, and youth.
SF Concourse Exhibition Center
635 Eighth St., SF
SUNDAY, APRIL 11
Cuba and U.S.
Attend this afternoon of presentations and discussions about Cuba, the U.S. blockade, how to visit, how to get involved advocating for Cuba, and how you can get involved with freeing the Cuban Five.
3 p.m., $5
La Pena Cultural Center
3105 Shattuck, Berk.
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