Monday, June 18
Raging Grannies Meeting
1924 Cedar Fellowship Hall
East Bay/San Francisco Raging Grannies organizing meeting. Celebrate life with laughter and song.
Rent Stabilization Board -
2134 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Council Chambers, Second Floor
Appeal T-3760 — 1501 Stuart Street, #3. The landlord appeals the decision of the hearing examiner that found that he was required to refund the tenants’ entire security deposit and to pay them the interest that had accrued on it.
Tuesday, June 19
Women Against Sexual
Federal Building & Courthouse
1301 Clay St. (13th & Clay) Oakland
Protest Sex Slaver Lakireddy Reddy’s light sentence. Bring signs and flyers urging Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong to give Reddy the maximum sentence of 38 years.
841-8282 or 843-0680
Berkeley Camera Club
Northbrae Community Church
941 The Alameda
Share your slides and learn what other photographers are doing. Monthly field trips.
Call Don, 525-3565
Young Queer Women’s Group
8 - 9:30 p.m.
2712 Telegraph Ave.
Make some new friends, expand your horizons and get support with a bunch of queer women all in the same place at the same time (somewhere between 18 and 25).
548-8283 or visit www.pacificcenter.org
Berkeley Farmers’ Market
2 - 7 p.m.
Derby Street between Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Milvia Street
7 - 9 p.m.
Berkeley Richmond Jewish Community Center
A discussion group open to all, regardless of age, religion, viewpoint, etc. This time the discussion will center on frugality, generosity, simplifying life, and dealing with money. Informally led by Robert Berend, who founded similar groups in L.A., Menlo Park, and Prague. Bring light snacks/drinks to share. Free
Fibromyalgia Support Group
Noon - 2 p.m.
Alta Bates Medical Center
Maffly Auditorium, Herrick Campus
2001 Dwight Way
This will be a rap session.
A Journey Through Eastern
Easy Going Travel Shop and Bookstore
1385 Shattuck Avenue
Angelina Sorensen, Bulgarian native, will give an overview of the best places to visit through a slide presentation and display of regional arts and crafts. Free.
8 a.m. - Noon
Truitt and White Lumber
642 Hearst Avenue
The new Velux VSE skylight, winner of the Energy Star award, could help reduce home energy use. On view today.
Medical Waste Management
and Environmental Health in
6 - 8 p.m.
University of California, Room 150 University Hall, 2199 Addison St.
Shyamala Mani, coordinator and educator with India’s Centre for Environment Education, will give a public talk on successful medical waste disposal strategies. The talk will be of interest to environmental, labor and community organizers, healthcare workers and students of environmental health and occupational safety.
Early Music Group
10 - 11:30 a.m.
North Berkeley Senior Center
Hearst and MLK Jr. Way
Small group sings madrigals and other voice harmony every Tuesday morning. Drop-ins welcome.
Wednesday, June 20
Berkeley Arts Festival Gallery
2200 Shattuck Ave.
Meet at the Gallery, take the bus to the Oakland Museum to take a tour with David Bacon of his exhibition “Every Worker Is An Organizer: Farm Labor and the Resurgence of the UFW.”
Learn to speak with confidence. Ongoing first and third Wednesdays each month.
A “Thank You” Reception for
Berkeley School Interim
4:30 to 6:00 (before the school board meeting)
2134 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, second floor, old council chambers.
Thursday, June 21
Best Northern California
1338 San Pablo Ave.
Guidebook author Matt Heid shares his favorite day hikes and overnight backpacking trips in Northern California. Slide presentation. Free.
6:15 - 7:30 p.m.
2515 Hillegass Ave.
Public speaking skills and metaphysics come together. Ongoing first and third Thursdays each month.
LGBT Catholics Group
2700 Dwight Way (at College)
The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender Catholics group are “a spiritual community committed to creating justice.” This session will be a “Pride Mass.”
Summer Noon Concerts 2001
Noon - 1 p.m.
Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza
Shattuck at Center St.
Weekly concert series. This week Capoeira Arts Cafe.
Community Tribute to Jeffrey
5 p.m. Dinner, 8 p.m. Performance
Santa Fe Bar and Grill
1310 University Avenue
The Berkeley Symphony Orchestra is hosting a Community Tribute to honor former Mayor and Symphony Board Presedent Jeffrey Shattuck Leiter. Dinner at Santa Fe Bar and Grill, followed by an 8 p.m. Berkeley Symphony performance at Zellerbach Hall. For information and tickets, call 841-2800.