YOU'RE INVITED! A giant outdoor yoga class + live concert by Trevor Hall + live talk, also with Trevor!!! And our first ever Wellness Garden (think chair massage, acupuncture, reiki) and a Kids Corner (a bubbleologist & fun games!). GET YOUR TICKET NOW AND SAVE $10!! PROMO CODE: earlybird
Your ticket purchase is a donation to fund initiatives that support youth social justice efforts for foster youth and refugee families at the Mexico/CA border.
Meet our 2019 presenters: Yoga Teachers Amy Opielowski, Beth O'Reilly and Kim Bauman, Meditation led by Dallas Kacev, and Singing Bowls with John Beck.
TICKETS: We seek full sponsorship so that your entire ticket purchase is a donation towards the cause.Gen Admission*: $35 or $108 (all tix are a donation! choose your donation amount!)
Group of 4 tix $100
Kids $20* ages 6-12 (for ages 13+ pls purchase Gen Admission)
*Valid until 7/31, save $10 with promo code: earlybird
Help us spread the word!! RSVP on the Facebook invite!!
Pre-party @ 8am! Come early for the live broadcast (our version of a red carpet hour!!), save your mat space, check out our Wellness Garden, Vendors, and Kids Corner. The event will start promptly at 9am.
INTERESTED IN MAKING THIS EVENT HAPPEN, LITERALLY? We are seeking financial sponsorship and vendors!! Please check out our sponsor packet and vendor packet.
Our Sponsors - THANK YOU!!!In a world of just getting-by where the struggle can really seem real, we are SO GRATEFUL and would like to acknowledge the big hearts of five new sponsors!!!! Thank you to Jenn Von Stauffenberg, Olive Creative Strategies, Iskra Tsenkova, Angel Shave Club, Ty & Anga Vachon, Ready to Teach Yoga, and Joey Eves, Coastal Tree Care. Huge acknowledgement to our behind-the-scenes team: Traci Altman and Forrest Harrop.
CAN'T MAKE IT? Share this event with your friends or donate and support the cause. Click HERE to donate.
OUR MISSION One Love Movement brings people together to take action and build support for projects advancing social justice for kids.
OUR VISION A single community has the power to improve the lives of many around the world. Our vision for social justice begins here, in the community, when those who work to create change and those who seek to support it are empowered and united in a common cause.
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT US, please visit: www.onelovemovement.org
PARKING: There are two $10 garages close by. First is underground the Waterfront Park (enter Ash St), second is 715 Cedar St. (corner Cedar & Kettner)
WHAT TO BRING? Wear clothes to practice yoga in, bring your ticket (electronic is preferable), yoga mat, water bottle, towel, sunscreen.
Come celebrate Paul's 30th birthday with a workout at Barrys Bootcamp in support of Larkin Street Youth Services. They provide housing, programs and many other necessities to the youth of San Francisco that are at risk of being homeless. All of the ticket sales from this class will go directly towards Larkin Street Youth Services mission to end youth homelessness, permanently!
This will be a full body high intensity workout switching between resistance training on the floor and interval running on treadmills. Try and arrive 15 minutes early if this is your first class to sign a waiver and get checked in. There is a parking lot on Noe St directly above Barrys Bootcamp, right after you pass the studio on the right.
Come ready to celebrate life and have a good time for a GREAT cause!
Barrys Bootcamp Castro
2280 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114
Instructor and Bday Boy:
Please join us for the 8th Annual Optimax Open at the River Ridge Golf & Country Club on August 21.
We have 2 goals in mind as we host these tournaments:
#1 To Connect with Friends and Business Associates
We always have great conversations and the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful day at River Ridge golf course. We appreciate seeing many returning guests and welcoming new ones as well.
#2 To Give Back to Our Community
This year, the tournament is in support of our client, the Intercultural Child and Family Centre.
They are an accredited not for profit child care centre offering a warm and culturally rich environment for children, support for newcomer families and training opportunities for staff.
To find out more about their great work, please check out their website at www.icfc.ca
Schedule of Events
We will be welcoming you at the golf course for a fun 9 holes of Texas Scramble golf, followed by dinner, silent auction and prizes.
Here is the schedule for the day:
12 noon: Registration (lunch is on your own in the clubhouse or other nearby locations)
12:45 PM: Leave for the golf tournament
1:00 PM: 9 holes of Texas Scramble golf
4:30 PM: Dinner, silent auction, prizes and presentation by the Intercultural Child and Family Centre
We look forward to seeing you on August 21 for fun and raising funds for a great cause.
Music Changing Lives Presents Ball 4 A Cause
A charity basketball event to keep music and arts alive in our community.
September 14, 2019
Red Carpet: 12pm-1pm
111 W. Lugonia Ave. Redlands, CA 92374
Children 12 and under FREE
Half-Time Show | Special Guests | Raffles | Activities for Kids
Sponsorship and vendor opportunities are available. For more information contact 951-992-0721 or email [email protected]
Come and enjoy some of the classic folk tunes of the 50s and 60s while supporting this great cause - the grandmothers in Africa who are raising their orphaned grandchildren.
Well-known musicologist, Dr Mike Daley will share insights about the Folk Revival of the 50s and 60s. He will be sharing stories and anecdotes about such well-known musicians including Pete Seeger, The Kingston Trio, Peter, Paul and Mary, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and others.
Mike plays the guitar and will be accompanied by his wife, Jill Daley on the piano, violin and vocals. Come prepared to sing-a-long with some of your well-loved favourites.
Optional dinner is available from 6pm. A percentage of food and beverages served will be donated to the charity. Dinner reservations guarantee table seating. Reserve at 416-588-0307 or at lula.ca
Bid on great items at our Silent Auction!
Tickets - $10adv $15door (cash only)
Doors - open at 6:30pm
Sonoma County Comedy! Three local pros assembled on one stage for one night only!
Headliner: Steve Bruner
Steve has delivered his laser-sharp humor on Comedy Club Network (Showtime), An Evening at the Improv (A&E), Into the Night (ABC), and The Byron Allen Show (NBC), to name a few.
CORPORATE EVENTS If your organization is holding a conference, recognition event, or awards night, count on Steve to keep the audience engaged and entertained. Should a top executive need jokes for a speech? Steve can help (and keep a secret).
CONCERT/EVENT MC Production companies love Steve’s ability to follow a script—and to ad lib when necessary. He’s emceed everything from conferences to concerts, including the “Reunion of the Doo-Wop Stars” at the California Center for the Arts in Escondido.
CRUISES Steve is one of the funniest guys on the high seas. He has entertained passengers from around the world on all the major cruise lines including Norwegian, Princess, Celebrity, and Royal Caribbean. He had the honor of being the first entertainer to perform on Celebrity Edge.
CLUBS He’s played The Comedy Store, The Improv, The Comedy & Magic Club, The Laugh Factory, The Punchline, Catch a Rising Star, The Ice House, and smaller venues across the U.S.
COLLEGES Steve is the perfect addition to the program for parents’ weekend, alumni reunions and donor events. His material on the pitfalls of parenting will strike a chord with your college community.
WRITING Steve has written material for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Byron Allen Show, The Sunday Comics, and Comic Strip Live. He also served as a writer/segment producer for Haywire, a sketch comedy show on Fox.
ACTING Steve has acted in indie films, TV spots, online videos, and theatre productions. See his acting reel and credits.
In addition, he has long been the “go-to guy” to punch up the jokes in scripts, stand-up acts, and speeches. Need to add humor to your project? Just add Steve!
While Steve has performed at many benefits for numerous causes, he focuses his financial support on a few favorite charities. The Innocence Project andCenturion are both non-profit organizations that work to exonerate and secure the release of prisoners who have been falsely convicted of crimes.
He also supports Kiva, an organization that connects people through lending to alleviate poverty. Steve has made 500+ microloans since 2007 and has recruited others to join his “Stand Up with Steve Bruner” Kiva team. Finally, Steve donates to both the American Cancer Society and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in memory of his parents.
Steve Ausburne’s comedy career started with MC/Host work for friends with bands. His first attempt at actual stand up ended with him getting a lifetime ban from a church in Grant’s Pass, Oregon – so a pretty successful start.
Since then, Steve has embraced the stage as a place to present a spoken word memoir of all the embarrassing life moments that lurk in a place that only stand up or therapy sessions can reveal.
Basically, Steve has no shame.
Steve peddles his comedic wares throughout Sonoma County and the San Francisco Bay Area. He produces comedy shows throughout California's Wine Country and in addition to comedy performances, he is available for auctioneering, event hosting, work parties, voice acting, and private dancing.
His accomplishments include:
-Regular at Punch Line and Cobb's Comedy Club
-Opened for Heather McDonald, Michael Kosta, Don Friesen, Scott Capurro, Will Durst, Craig Robinson, and Todd Barry
-Competed in the 41st and 43rd Annual San Francisco Comedy Competition
-5 time SF Sketchfest performer and host
-Performs with Comedy Juice Comedy Team
-3rd Place - 2014 Sacramento Comedy Festival
-Finalist - 2014 Killer Laughs Competition
Josh Argyle is a writer & stand-up comedian living & performing regularly throughout the San Francisco bay area. Before making the jump to stand-up in 2010, Josh was an improv comic for five years, playing characters ranging from an angry, sweaty, overbearing father to an angry, sweaty, overbearing Scottish man (and everything in between).
Josh is the San Francisco Bureau Chief of the west coast humor magazine, Savage Henry Independent Times, regularly contributing as a writer & as co-producer of the S.H.I.Ts & Giggles Comedy Festival (Arcata California).
In 2013 Josh was a participant in the Sacramento comedy festival as well as the Ventura comedy festival. He also co-produces "It's Just 2 Minutes", a monthly stand-up improv show on Haight St.
For booking please see CONTACT page.
Please join us at Santa Teresa Catholic Church as we engage in meaningful dialogue with our family, friends, neighbors and others in our community.
Homelessness affects each and every person who lives and works in Santa Clara County, but causes and solutions can be difficult to discuss. We invite you to join us in meaningful dialogue and community conversation on homelessness and supportive housing development in a safe space for us all to explore partnerships and solutions together.
Save the Date
Thursday, August 1, 20196:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Santa Teresa Catholic ChurchAvila Hall794 Calero AvenueSan Jose, CA 95123
Registration required. Capacity limited.
ALF Faith Leader Housing Group
This community meeting is organized and facilitated by the American Leadership Forum - Silicon Valey (ALF) Faith Leader Housing Group, led by Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County, Charities Housing, Stone Church of Willow Glen and Urban Sanctuary, and supported by Santa Teresa Catholic Church, Destination: Home and the Housing Ready Communities initiative.
Housing Ready Communities
The Housing Ready Communities initiative brings together faith leaders, neighbors, community groups, nonprofits, government and housing developers to take action and support approval of new supportive housing and lowest-income affordable housing throughout Santa Clara County.
For more information about the Housing Ready Communities initiative, including an events calendar of learning and action opportunities, an interactive housing map, tools and other resources, visit housingready.org
Housing Ready Communities is a Destination: Home initiative implemented in partnership with the County of Santa Clara Office of Supportive Housing, the City of San Jose Housing Department, the Santa Clara County Housing Authority, Silicon Valley at Home, community organizations and neighbors throughout the county. Housing Ready Communities is generously supported by Symantec.
Feel free to download and share the flyer with others in the neighborhood.
Image Credit: A Charities Housing affordable and supportive housing development proposed for South San Jose's Blossom Hill neighborhood.
Calling all car clubs and car enthusiasts! Let's enjoy a day together at the first annual "Community Carwash" with 100% of proceeds going to local non-profit organization Occupy Love. Purchase a ticket to support a great cause and receive a carwash at our event inside of the Hooters Sacramento parking lot from 11AM - 3PM.
This event will raise funds for OccupyLove WorldWide Inc. 501c3, Charity Organization, established in 2012 by founder Mickelle “Hayon” Hellon, a community-based organization located in Sacramento, CA. OccupyLove WorldWide, Inc. empowers the youth of impoverished communities around the world through creative arts, education, and cultural exchange. Their goal is to give children facing deprivation, both foreign and domestic, a worldly perspective, for hope for a bright future. We want the great minds of tomorrow, worldwide; to be unified, empathetic, and know that with a little creativity, anything is possible!
Music from Robbie (HOF)
11AM - 3PM
For any additional questions feel free to email management:
Asst. Manager, Hooters of Sacramento – Natomas
[email protected] | 916-929-9464 (WING)