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.
 

Mon, Aug 25: Gray Panthers Book Club    
Sun, Aug 31: Gray Panthers Day at the SF Mime Troupe in Dolores Park, 1:30 PM            
Sun, Sept 7: Redstone Building 100-year Anniversary Open House       
Wed, Sept 10: SF Campaign for a Healthy California Organizing Meeting       

Mondays-Thursdays: Senior & Disability Action's Computer Labs open   
1st & 3rdTuesdays: SF99% Coalition Meetings
           
Tuesdays, Aug 5, 12, 19, 26: LGBT Senior & Disability Survival School                  
Sat, Aug 16: In Response to Gaza Invasion, Blockade of ZIM ships at Oakland         
Wed, Aug 20: Stop Evictions on 26th Street         
Wed, Aug 20: Senior & Disability Action Housing Collaborative Meeting      
Wed, Aug 20: Let People Vote Rally, Put anti-Citizens United Proposition Back on Ballot            
Wed, Aug 20: SF Living Wage Coalition Meeting     
Fri, Aug 22: Art Show: Unmasking the Reality of California Prisons through Art        
Fri, Aug 22: March for Alex Nieto, shot dead last March in Bernal Heights Park by SFPD     
Fri, Aug 22 to Sun, Aug 24: 2014 National Strategy Conference on Single Payer (Oakland)    
Sat, Aug 23: March in Mission for Housing Affordability and Against Speculation         
Mon, Aug 25: Gray Panthers Book Club            
Wed, Aug 27: Calif Pub Utilities Commission Hearing on PG&E bid for higher gas prices       
Fri, Aug 29: CISPES Presentation on El Salvador            
Sun, Aug 31: Gray Panthers Day at the SF Mime Troupe in Dolores Park, 1:30 PM     
Mon, Sept 1: March Against Non-Union Hyatt Fisherman's Warf      
Thurs, Sept 4: Jobs with Justice Forum, The Future of SF's Working Class            
Fri, Sept 5: Protest Urban Shield and Police Militarization (donwntown Oakland)        
Sun, Sept 7: Redstone Building 100-year Anniversary Open House       
Wed, Sept 10: SF Campaign for a Healthy California Organizing Meeting        
Fri-Sun, Sept 12-14: 4th Annual Legacy Film Festival on Aging      
Thurs, Sept 11: SDA 17th District Assembly Candidates Forum, Campos vs Chiu            
Fri, Sept 12: SDA Annual Celebration/Fundraiser               
Sun, Sept 14: Walter Turner, Future of Human Rights in Africa       
Sat, Sept 20: Occupy SF 3rd Convergance       
Fri, Sept 26: Paths To Just Peace: Kathy Kelly and Prof. Stephen Zunes        
Sat, Sept 27: SF OWL Meeting on SF Ballot Initiatives      
Sat, Sept 27: Conference on Rentry Following Incarceration          
Wed, Oct 1: SAVE THE DATE, CARA Regional Convention in Richmond         
Sun, Oct 5: Forum: The Commons as Social Philosophy        
Sat, Oct 11: Teaching for Social Justice Conference, The Roots of Resistance        


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
Fridays

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)

Tues, Aug 5,
12, 19, 26
10AM-1PM
LGBT Senior & Disability Survival School. Benefits, housing, transportation, healthcare, isolation-prevention and other important community resources and issues. Register with Sarah Jarmon, 415-546-1333 x 302. Free, light lunch, wheelchair accessible.  For disability accommodations, please contact Sarah Jarmon at least 72 hrs in advance of class. Location: LGBT Center, 1800 Market St. (at Octavia), SF, Openhouse Room 306.     (back to top
Sat
Aug 23
2 PM
16th &
Mission
March in Mission For Housing Affordability and Against Speculation. The housing prices in San Francisco are at an all time high and only keep rising. The average rent for a one bedroom apartment is $3,120 a month. The average rent for a home that could accommodate a family (a 4 bedroom apt) is over $4,000 a month, read more here. These rental prices are out of reach for working class San Franciscan's of color and are pricing our folks out of their neighborhoods. Housing Speculation, the practice by investors of short-term buying and selling homes, or home flipping is one of the root causes of the housing and affordability our city is the middle of. We need to stand up and fight housing speculation, we need to stand up and fight the building of more and more housing that is out of reach for our community!
Mon
Aug 25
10:30 AM

SF Gray Panthers Book Club.   Location: Celtic Cafe, 142 McAllister (betw Hyde & Leavenworth)
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Sun
Sept 7
check
hours

Redstone Building 100-year Anniversary Open House. The Redstone Labor Temple Association, dedicated to preserving labor history, is holding an open house on Sunday, Sept 7 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the San Francisco Labor Temple at 2940-16th Street, at the corner of Capp St, a short block from the 16th St. BART station. Built by the San Francisco Labor Council in 1914, it housed the City’s main labor unions and was the site of meetings and planning for the 1934 General Strike. It was later renamed the Redstone Building when it was sold in 1969.  Organizations housed in Redstone will be open to greet visitors. See the website at http://www.rlta.org/index.htm . For more information, including hours, contact Roger Herried at 415-861-0592 or rogerh@energy-net.org        (back to top)
Thurs
Sept 11
2-4 PM
SDA 17th District Assembly Candidates Forum, Campos vs Chiu: Hear from Supervisors David Campos and David Chiu on their plans for long-term services & supports, housing, and health care for seniors and people with disabilities. NOTE: The Candidates Forum will take the place of the September SDA General Meeting and will happen in the afternoon instead of morning. For more info, call 415-546-1333 or email info@sdaction.org . Co-sponsored by the California Alliance for Retired Americans, CARA.   Location: Unitarian Center, 1187 Franklin St. (corner of Geary), SF.  #38 (not 38L) bus.       (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.