We've relocated our office to the Redstone Building in the Mission District. Location Information.  
SF Gray Panthers activity will be diminished as we get up to speed. 
See pictures from our December Holiday Party.

Tues, Sept 16: Gray Panthers General Meeting      
Mon, Sept 22: Gray Panthers Book Club    
Wed, Oct 1: California Alliance for Retired Americans (CARA) Regional Convention, Richmond    
Wed, Oct 8: Campaign for a Healthy California SF Meeting       

Mondays-Thursdays: Senior & Disability Action's Computer Labs open   
1st & 3rdTuesdays: SF99% Coalition Meetings
Mon, Sept 15: Stop SF Landords From Turning Over Apartments to AirBnB       
Mon, Sept 15: Celebrate Mexican & Central American Independence Day with SF Living Wage     
Tues, Sept 16: Protest CPMC's Discriminatory Firing of RN Union Leader       
Tues, Sept 16: Gray Panthers General Meeting             
Tues, Sept 16: Urgent Courthouse Rally Against Ellis Act Eviction
Wed, Sept 17: Senior & Disability Action Housing Collaborative Meeting     
Thurs, Sept 18: Tell the Governor, Sign the Bills  (Sacramento, bus from SF)                 
Thurs, Sept 18: Rally & Press Conference: Yes on G! No on Evictions        
Thurs, Sept 18: Modern Times State of the City Forum, David Talbot        
Fri, Sept 19: The Lessons Of Ferguson For Working People And Our Unions      
Sat, Sept 20: Occupy SF 3rd Convergance       
Sun, Sept 21: People's Climate March (Oakland)          
Wed, Sept 24: Film "Revolutionary Medicine: A Story of the First Garifuna Hospital"      
Thurs, Sept 25: The Free Speech Movement - 50 Years Later       
Fri, Sept 26: Paths To Just Peace: Kathy Kelly and Prof. Stephen Zunes         
Fri, Sept 26: Join us to Celebrate the First Year of the Domestic Worker Bill of Rights      
Sat, Sept 27: SF OWL Meeting on Ballot Initiatives      
Sat, Sept 27: Conference on Rentry Following Incarceration          
Sun, Sept 28: Iranian Film Festival: "No Burquas Behind Bars"        
Mon, Sept 29: Naomi Klein: "This Changes Everything, Capitalism vs. the Climate"      
Wed, Oct 1: California Alliance for Retired Americans (CARA) Regional Convention in Richmond     
Wed, Oct 1: Save City College General Meeting    
Sat, Oct 4: Plaza 16 Coalition March For Affordable Housing in the Mission         
Sat, Oct 4: Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas             
Sun, Oct 5: Forum: The Commons as Social Philosophy        
Fri, Oct 12: World Day Against the Death Penalty       
Sat, Oct 11: Teaching for Social Justice Conference, The Roots of Resistance      
Tues, Oct 14: Bill McKibben at Grace Cathedral        
Tues, Oct 21: Film Showing, Empress Hotel, a Tenderloin SRO with a Story        
Wed, Oct 22: Book Release: James Tracy, "Dispatches Against Displacement"       
Sun, Nov 16: UU Forum: Improving the Lives of Women in Africa"       
Sat, Nov 22: Earth at Risk 2014: Justice & Sustainability Conference       

Please send notices of similar SAN FRANCISCO events to mlyon01@comcast.net with "CALENDAR" in subject line. Please also post your events on the Indybay Calendar.    

Mondays to

Senior & Disability Action's Open Computer Lab and Computer Classes.
Computer Lab hours are: 9AM to 4 PM, for people to practice their skills or do their work.
Call Pi Ra at 415-546-2096 for Computer Class Hours.
Read a description (but not location) of SDA's computer training here.   
Actual Location: SDA's office, 1360 Mission St, Room 400.
(Betw. 9th-10th Sts, map, # 14, 6, 9, 21 buses)        (back to top)

1st & 3rd Tuesdays of month
6:30 PM

The purpose of the San Francisco 99% Coalition is to work in coalition and offer support to groups which promote nonviolent advocacy for more equitable social, economic and environmental public policies.  See their website.  Meeting location: Unitarian Universalist Center, 1187 Franklin St. (at Geary), #38 bus (not 38L).  Leave an email message at sf99percent@gmail.com to be called about specific meeting information.   (back to top)

Sept 16
10 AM
CPMC has singled out and fired Emergency Room nurse Rowena San Augustin, a Filipina nurses union activist. The California Nurses Association’s decade-long fight against California Pacific Medical Center’s restructuring of SF healthcare has been a major and decisive force in keeping St. Luke’s Hospital open. The CNA is also fighting CPMC to keep Skilled Nursing Facility beds in San Francisco for our seniors and people with disabilities. Please come and support them. Location: CPMC Pacific Campus, Webster and Clay Streets, # 1,10, 24 buses, map at http://goo.gl/maps/t1RUl        (back to top)

Sept 18
bus leaves SF
7:30 AM

Tell the Governor to Sign the Bills!  The California Alliance for Retired Americans (CARA) has four priority California bills on their way to the Governor's desk, dealing with badly-needed reforms in (1) clear instructions on presription labels, (2) inspection of Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly, (3) oversight of large group health insurance plans, and (4) protection of residents in Home Owner Associations.  Come with CARA to Sacramento to pressure the Governor to sign these bills.  Free bus from SF leaves 7:30 AM from the Main Library at the corner of Fulton and Larkin Sts.  RSVP to 510-663-4086.  (back to top)
Sept 22
10:30 AM

SF Gray Panthers Book Club.   Location: Celtic Cafe, 142 McAllister (betw Hyde & Leavenworth)
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Oct 1
10 AM
3 PM

California Alliance for Retired Americans (CARA) Regional Convention, "Protecting our Retirement Security."   Featuring:
* Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones on stopping excessive health insurance rate hikes,
* a Housing Panel with speakers on tenant's rights, anti-foreclosure, and mobile-home rights,
* a Retirement Security Panel on income, health, pedestrian, housing, and long-term care,
* round-table discussions by all attendees on priorities for CARA to work on next year
SF Bus leaves 8:30 AM from Fulton St. between Main Library and Asian Art Museum.
Call 510-663-4086 to reserve a seat.   Read more about attending.    (back to top)

Oct 1
5 PM
8 PM
Save City College General Meeting. Planning future actions to save City College of SF from being closed down by the ACCJC, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges.   Location: City College Mission Campus, 1125 Valencia (22nd St, # 14, 49, 12, 48 buses), Room 107-108.    (back to top)
Oct 8
7 PM
Campaign for a Healthy California SF Meeting.   The Campaign for a Healthy California is a new state-wide community- and labor-based organization that aspires to win single-payer/Medicare-for-All  healthcare in California through a state-wide ballot initiative.  Regional groups are forming across the state, and this meeting in SF's Mission District is the San Francisco Regional Group.  We invite all community and labor groups to join us.  Location: Community Room, Mission Police Station, 630 Valencia (at 17th St, 16th St. BART, or 14, 49, 22, & 33 buses.  See map. )    (back to top)
Oct 21
2 PM
Film Showing, Empress Hotel, a Tenderloin SRO with a Story.  The movie follows the very different lives of ten Empress Hotel residents, providing insight into the lives of homeless people and what drives their demons and addictions.   Read more about the movie.   The movie is being shown by the Senior & Disability Action SRO Project, seeking to improve safety and living conditions in San Francisco's Single Room Occupancy hotels.   Location: Koret Auditorium, in the lower level of the main branch of the SF Public Library, 100 Larkin St (at Grove).   (back to top)

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Gray Panthers of San Francisco  
2940 16th St,  Room 200-3,  
San Francisco CA 94103
Phone: 415-552-8800
e-mail: graypanther-sf@sonic.net
web: http://graypantherssf.igc.org/

Location: 16th St between Capp & S. Van Ness, See a map
In San Francisco's Mission District. We are wheelchair-accessible.