CALENDAR (including scheduled virtual events)

This calendar shows virtual events offered by the EBCS community through May 3, as well as live public events coming up at EBCS from May 4 onward. Live events are subject to change if the existing “shelter-in-place” order is extended.

Private events aren’t listed here, so this isn’t a complete list from which one can infer availability.

To see events in a calendar format, click the buttons on the right side of the navigation bar just below here.

Jul
12
Sun
VIRTUAL Open Essential Motion Day
Jul 12 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
What relevance does embodied awareness have in our changing world?
Get grounded in these unstable times.

Are you curious about:

* using your body to remember your resilience?
* enlivening your own personal mind-body practices?
* new ways of connecting with others?

Join us online
Open Essential Motion Day
Sunday July 12, 2020
9:00-11:30 and 1:00-4:00

Morning only $60* or Whole day $120* 

Register for Morning Only
Register for Whole Day

*After you register, you will receive payment instructions.

Virtual General Meeting for East Bay DSA
Jul 12 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Virtual General Meeting for East Bay DSA

Join us for a voting General Meeting of East Bay DSA! This month, we will hear from committees and hear several candidate endorsements. Virtual voting rules & procedures will be explained during the meeting. Please RSVP and invite other comrades to hear updates on our campaigns and events.

The agenda is available here.

The meeting will be conducted via ZOOM. RSVP here and we will confirm your membership and you’ll receive an email with the Zoom link. If you are not a member, the meeting will be available to stream via YouTube. 

 

Details

When: July 12, 2020, 1:00pm – 3:30pm
Where: Zoom- RSVP for link
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Jul
13
Mon
VIRTUAL Democratic Socialists for Schools and Communities First (Part 2)
Jul 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
VIRTUAL Democratic Socialists for Schools and Communities First (Part 2)

DSA members up and down California have the opportunity to help pass the largest tax increase in history on California’s wealthiest commercial property owners, raising $10-12 billion per year for public education and social services.

With the Movement for Black Lives uprising deepening into the call for defunding the police, it will be necessary to expand revenues required to build alternative, sustainable public services and practices. Progressive taxation—especially taxing the rich—is an essential path to accomplish that goal. “Schools and Communities First” (SCF), on the November 3 ballot, is backed by labor and opposed by the most reactionary sectors of capital.

A three-part education series will provide background for DSA participation in the campaign. Part I reviews the story of austerity politics and increasing inequality in California with Prop 13—which SCF proposes to reform—from 1978 to the present. Part II looks at the history of public sector unionism and how a left wing labor-community coalition won Prop 30, a ‘tax the rich’ ballot measure, in 2012. Part III will supply an overview of the SCF campaign, and explore how DSA members can plug in effectively. Biweekly on ZOOM, beginning Monday June 29, presented by labor historian Fred Glass.

Part 1 June 29 : https://www.facebook.com/events/600548957235363/
Part 2 July 13: https://www.facebook.com/events/318531225818023/
Part 3 July 27: https://www.facebook.com/events/1000902553662906/

Jul
27
Mon
VIRTUAL Democratic Socialists for Schools and Communities First (Part 3)
Jul 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
VIRTUAL Democratic Socialists for Schools and Communities First (Part 3)

DSA members up and down California have the opportunity to help pass the largest tax increase in history on California’s wealthiest commercial property owners, raising $10-12 billion per year for public education and social services.

With the Movement for Black Lives uprising deepening into the call for defunding the police, it will be necessary to expand revenues required to build alternative, sustainable public services and practices. Progressive taxation—especially taxing the rich—is an essential path to accomplish that goal. “Schools and Communities First” (SCF), on the November 3 ballot, is backed by labor and opposed by the most reactionary sectors of capital.

A three-part education series will provide background for DSA participation in the campaign. Part I reviews the story of austerity politics and increasing inequality in California with Prop 13—which SCF proposes to reform—from 1978 to the present. Part II looks at the history of public sector unionism and how a left wing labor-community coalition won Prop 30, a ‘tax the rich’ ballot measure, in 2012. Part III will supply an overview of the SCF campaign, and explore how DSA members can plug in effectively. Biweekly on ZOOM, beginning Monday June 29, presented by labor historian Fred Glass.

Part 1 June 29 : https://www.facebook.com/events/600548957235363/
Part 2 July 13: https://www.facebook.com/events/318531225818023/
Part 3 July 27: https://www.facebook.com/events/1000902553662906/

Aug
16
Sun
Bay Area Arts Mixer // August 16th // 🍁🍂Fall BAAM 🍁🍂
Aug 16 @ 2:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Bay Area Arts Mixer // August 16th // 🍁🍂Fall BAAM 🍁🍂

🍁🍂Fall BAAM 🍁🍂

The Bay Area Arts Mixer, is a recurring live Music & Art event which aims to bring together artists across many platforms with the intention of support and collaboration.

Rock out to local musicians booked back-to-back alongside local artists displaying their work. Indulge in refreshments, build your network and revel in community art making!

BAAM was created to bring local artists and musicians together across many platforms for collaboration, creative practice development, and live interaction. Whether you are an artist or an arts supporter, come spend your Sunday afternoon with us!

August 16th, 2:30-8pm
East Bay Community Space
507 55th street, Oakland, California 94609
Suggested Donation $5-20 at door.

🎶Schedule and Performers! 🎶 (subject to change)

3:00-3:20 –
3:30-3:50 –
4:05-4:35 –
4:50-5:20 –
5:30-5:50 –
6:00-6:15 –
6:25-6:45 –
6:55-7:15 –
7:25-7:55 –

✨Artists! ✨

Live painting by:

Writer in Residence:

Live Video/Photography:

Don’t forget cash for:

—> Local artists handmade gifts and artwork
—> *BAAM!* supporting food, and popcorn bar

Come support artists and musicians in the Bay Area!

Interested in volunteering?
Fill out this form: https://bit.ly/2LoR7QF

Nov
15
Sun
Bay Area Arts Mixer // November 15th // ❄️⛄Winter BAAM ❄️⛄
Nov 15 @ 1:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Bay Area Arts Mixer // November 15th // ❄️⛄Winter BAAM ❄️⛄

❄️⛄Winter BAAM ❄️⛄

The Bay Area Arts Mixer, is a recurring live Music & Art event which aims to bring together artists across many platforms with the intention of support and collaboration.

Rock out to local musicians booked back-to-back alongside local artists displaying their work. Indulge in refreshments, build your network and revel in community art making!

BAAM was created to bring local artists and musicians together across many platforms for collaboration, creative practice development, and live interaction. Whether you are an artist or an arts supporter, come spend your Sunday afternoon with us!

November 15th, 2:30-8pm
East Bay Community Space
507 55th street, Oakland, California 94609
Suggested Donation $5-20 at door.

🎶Schedule and Performers! 🎶 (subject to change)

3:00-3:20 –
3:30-3:50 –
4:05-4:35 –
4:50-5:20 –
5:30-5:50 –
6:00-6:15 –
6:25-6:45 –
6:55-7:15 –
7:25-7:55 –

✨Artists! ✨

Live painting by:

Writer in Residence:

Live Video/Photography:

Don’t forget cash for:

—> Local artists handmade gifts and artwork
—> *BAAM!* supporting food, and popcorn bar

Come support artists and musicians in the Bay Area!

Interested in volunteering?
Fill out this form: https://bit.ly/2LoR7QF

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