Event Calendar Oct. 15 – Oct. 29, 2014

Fri – Sun/17-19

Trolley Dance Volunteer

Volunteers needed for SF Trolley Dances at festival headquarters or as assistant tour guides. Attendance is required during a dress rehearsal and one group training session. For more information visist

Sat & Sat/18, 25

Learn Self Defense

Free Self Defense Classes at Mission Campus R107-108 from 12-1:50p.m. Open to ages 14+, SFUSD high school students with parent/guardian permission. Online pre-enrollment recommended. For more information visit or call 415-239-3899


Veterans Program Speaker

Veterans Outreach Program Speaker Series has John Gallagher, SF Country Veterans Service Office, talking on Connected Disabilities and Claims. Visit Veterans Service Center at Cloud Hall at 12:15p.m. Open to all CCSF veterans, family members and interested faculty/staff.

Mon 20, Wed 22 Tues 28

Health Insurance Help

Health Insurance Workshops for International Students in Cloud 247B. The times are 10/20 11a.m.-12p.m.; 10/28 2-3p.m. Reserve a spot at the International Students Office (Cloud 212) or email


Go See “Evil White Foods”

John Jota Leaños will present his documentary animation “Evil White Foods” from 10-11a.m. at Rosenberg R304. His animated films have been shown at Sundance Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, and Cannes. Email for more information.


Interest in Mills College?

Mills College Transfer Counselor Vala Burnett is visiting Rosenberg Library from 10:15a.m.-1:15p.m. This is a good opportunity to ask questions and learn about academic programs.


Mechxa de CCSF Meeting

Mechxa de CCSF 2-4p.m. at Multicultural Resource Center. Organizing students, Chicano/Chicana cultural education and empoerment through multicultural unity. For more information visit


Fundraiser for CCSF

Yerba Buena Alliance Gala’s annual fundraiser and community celebration will help raise critical funds for CCSF programs. Culinary Arts students will represent CCSF alongside neighboring top restaurants. Held in City View at Metreon from 5-8p.m. For more information visit


Lover of Fine Art?

Cafe Musee artist presentation will be held in VART 114 from 4-8p.m. The presentation will feature work by French painter, ceramist, engraver and etcher Mathurin Meheut


Speak-Out on Domestic Violence

Project SURVIVE, Women’s Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, Associated Students and Women’s Resource Center presents Speak-Out on Domestic Violence at Smith Hall cafeteria by east windows 1-2p.m. Call 415-239-3899 for more information.

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