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Free Admission Hour “Japanese Tea Garden” at GG Park
Still Open / SHELTER IN PLACE UPDATE: 12/7/20 – Outdoor gardens are specifically allowed and exempt from closures in the Shelter-in-Place order from December 6 to January 4. “Outdoor botanical gardens and historic sites may remain open” – We confirmed with the SF’s parks department ...Every Wednesday
Hayes Valley Cleanup and Waste Audit (Part 2)
Help us count, map, and cleanup litter found along Hayes Street. All supplies provided. Meet at Marine Layer (498 Hayes St). To sign up email firstname.lastname@example.org with event name.
Market Design through the Lens of Approximation
Speaker: Michal Feldman (Tel Aviv University)
The Internet has become a huge computational platform for many heterogeneous, complex markets. These complex markets require the design of fast algorithms that take into account the economic, game theoretic, and computational considerations in a unified way. In this talk, ...
SF’s Museum of the Eye: Spring Virtual Programs
You may be familiar with the idea that your gut and skin are home to a collection of microbes — fungi, bacteria and viruses — all vital for keeping you healthy. But did you know that your eyes also host a unique menagerie of microbes?
Castro Farmers’ Market (Every Wednesday)
Welcome back your favorite farmers to the corner of Market and Noe Streets as they offer their amazing citrus, tasty root vegetables, honey, flowers, baked goods, and beautiful leafy greens. Castro Farmers’ Market Every Wed., Mar. 17-Nov. 17, 2021 | 2:30p-7p Castro Farmer’s Market, Noe ...Every Wednesday
April DEI Virtual Meetup: Open Networking
This month’s DEI meetup will be open networking! We continue to see a growing need for more conversations within our community. Many of us want to know what’s working in the diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) space and how we can challenge ourselves to develop ...
On Environmental Racism, Climate Change, and Pathways to Justice
Racism permeates every aspect of society. The way environmental racism and climate change impact marginalized populations can be seen and heard in the broader media landscape, but the full extent of their effects on Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities are often not fully seen or ...