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.

Wed, April 1, 1 PM: SF Gray Panthers Board, Members Welcome. Main Library, Stong Rm on 1st Floor.
Thurs, April 2, Noon: SF Gray Panthers Newsletter Committee. 2940 16th St, Rm 200-3.
Tues, April 21, 1 PM: Gray Panthers General Meeting, How to Deal with the SF Housing Crisis,
     with Tim Redmond, Hillary Ronan (Sup Campos office) and Gray Panther Kay Walker. See above.)
Mon, April 27, Noon, Gray Panthers Book Club, 142 McAllister (betw Hyde & Leavenworth)

Mondays-Thursdays: Senior & Disability Action's Computer Labs open                     
Sat, Mar 28: OWL-SF Meeting: Fracking and Water, The Impact and What to Do       
Sat, Mar 28: Town Hall Meeting on Affordable Housing        
Sat, Mar 28: City Lights Radical Women              
Sun, Mar 29: East Bay Immigrant Youth Out of the Shadows       
Mon, Mar 30: Press Conference: Justice for O'Shaine Evens, Shot by SFPD   
Thurs, Apr 2: Special Forum on Aging and Retirement Security           
Thurs, Apr 2: Asian-Americans and the New Racial Justice Movement       
Sat, Apr 4: March/Forum for 43 Disappeared Aytozinapa Students      
Sat, Apr 4: Monthly Radical Films, Patagonia Rebelde       
Mon, Apr 6: Justice 4 Antolin Marenco       
Mon, Apr 6: Colonialism, Imperialism, & Resistance, Then & Now, 5-week class       
Fri, Apr 10: Free Causa-Justa Party at El Rio, Live Music             
Sat, Apr 11: Campaigning for Healthcare for the Undocumented          
Tues, Apr 14: Shut Down City Hall for Black Lives Matter         
Wed, Apr 15: Fight for $15 and National McDonalds Worker Action in Berkeley      
Thurs, Apr 16: Eviction-Free Zone Action on Two Threatened Buildings         
Thurs, Apr 16: Modern Times Forum: Community Safety, Policing, and Gentrification     
Sat, Apr 18: Earth Day  in Civic Center  or  the Mission District     
Sat, Apr 18: Workers' Memorial Day March, Rally       
Wed, Apr 22: SF City Budget Hearing: Homes, Not a Jail or More Cops!       
Wed, Apr 22: Mission Action Plan Community Meeting       
Wed, Apr 22: From the Streets to the Stars, Community Housing Partnership Concert     
Thurs, Apr 23: Support Union Workers Under Attack at Park Merced        
Thurs, Apr 23: SF City Budget Hearing: Homes for Families with Children!      
Thurs, Apr 23: Stephen Zunes, Yemen, ISIS, and Middle East Mayhem      
Thurs, Apr 23: Stop Axis Development's Planned 117 Market-Rate Units on Folsom St.     
Sat, Apr 25: SF City-wide Tenant Fair     
Sat, Apr 25: Community Forum on School District's Accountability Plan       
Sat, Apr 25: OWL Meeting: Muslim Women in Today's World      
Sat, Apr 25: Forum: LGBT Support for City College       
Sun, Apr 26, Ai-Jen Poo, Age of Dignity. Preparing for the Elder Boom, in Oakland      
Thurs, Apr 30: The Art of Aging Gracefully         
Thurs, Apr 30: They Know Everything About You: An Evening with Robert Scheer       
Thurs, Apr 30: LYRIC Open House       
Fri, May 1: May Day, International Workers and Immigrant Rights Day        
Fri, May 1: May 1 After-Party with Causa Justa-Just Cause        
Tues, May 5: Reclaiming Cinco de Mayo       
Wed, May 6: SF Budget Justice Action: Let us Age with Dignity!         
Fri, May 8: The Mission Takes City Hall: Stop the Evictions, Stop the Luxury Housing!       
Wed, May 13: SF Budget Justice Action: Housing, Not Handcuffs!         
Wed, May 20: Disability Capital Action Day in Sacramento, ADA Today & Forever!         
Thurs, May 21: Jobs with Justice Forum, Black Lives Matter at Work        
Sat, May 30: OWL-SF Program, "How Can We Grow Old and Stay in San Francisco?"     
Sat, June 6: 4th Annual Howard Grayson LGBT Elder Life Conference       
Thurs, July 30: Giant Event: Medicare Turns 50: Protect it! - Improve it! - Expand it to Everyone!     

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)

April 25
1-4 PM
Forum: LGBT Support for City College:   CCSF offers the LGBT community and elders affordable classes and support services that can be found no where else in the city. This afternoon program will be moderated by Rafael Mandelman, president of our CCSF Board of Trustees, and includes Tom Ammiano (former Assemblymember and champion of public edicuation); Ardel Thomas, chair of the CCSF LGBT Studies Department; and Glendon Hyde, CCSF student and LGBT activist. Location: Harvey Milk Recreation Center at 50 Scott St. at Duboce.    (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.