Nov 05, 2017 4:00 PM

The “Footsteps of a Fieldworker” tour is designed for medical and non-medical professionals interested in working with MSF in the field. Come learn how MSF staff work to provide aid to refugees around the world. Find out who we need, and register for this tour. Can’t make the special recruitment-focused tour? We’d love for you to come out and support refugees by attending our exhibit.https://www.facebook.com/events/730512783798197 Presented by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Forced From Home is a free, interactive, outdoor exhibition and guided tour designed to enhance visitors’ understanding of the desperate plight of the more than 65 million displaced people worldwide. With an experienced MSF aid worker as their guide, visitors navigate an outdoor installation designed to convey some of the challenges faced by individuals forced to flee from Afghanistan, Burundi, Honduras, South Sudan, and Syria.Forced From Home is free, fully accessible, and open to the public.

Oct 07, 2017 10:00 AM

2 Day Cannabis Business Training Seminars $300 Pre-Sale Tickets $350 At-the Door (3 or more – $25 Off!) Sat-Sun | 10a – 4:20p (Marijuana Business Seminars Are Private Events. The Exact Location Of The Seminars Will Be Given After Enrollment.) If you are thinking about entering the cannabis industry or have made up your mind and are ready to start a cannabis business in California, our Cannabis Business Training Courses are for YOU!!! What Can You Learn in Just 2 Days? ALL the important “Stuff” to help insure your success! Complete breakdown of Medical Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act and Proposition 64 Breakdown of California Medical Marijuana Laws & California Attorney General Guidelines for collective operations What you have to do to qualify for the licensing in your city or county Our primary objective is to – first and foremost – provide the facts of the law – period. DAY 1: Business – we’ll start with: Marijuana business permits and licensing requirements with focus on city and county regulations How to deal with city/county ordinances and bans Creating Operating Procedures and Business Plans Tax challenges and strategies Banking strategies Location finding and dealing with landlords Insurance agents will be covering exactly what is insurable Advertising strategies, where and how to get patients for your collective Packaging requirements We will also cover how to start a marijuana patient collective and proper collective operations Make sure ALL of your questions have been answered before you leave and you have a good comprehensive understanding of what it takes to start and operate a cannabis business in any city or county in California Most importantly, the resources needed to start DAY 2: Cultivation - Taking Lessons From EXPERIENCED Professional Growers. For Experienced Growers – Let’s compare notes and you may find a few new tips or tricks, along the way For Beginner Growers – LEARN the basics on how to grow marijuana per your physician’s recommendation or for the members of your collective. Objective: Learn the steps to take to insure you can quality cannabis from seeds, starter plants (clones) all the way through to harvest. Strain selection, space required Growing indoors, outdoors and hydroponics Instructions for watering, lighting, ventilation, cycles Equipment that will be needed Detailed instructions on pest control, smell abatement, security, pH balance, and drying/curing CERTIFICATION with, ONGOING HELP & SUPPORT: Once you take our seminars, You can always call or email our staff, faculty or instructors if you want further assistance, we’ll do our best to answer your questions all for FREE! At the end of the seminar, you’ll walk away with all the knowledge you need to start and operate any type of cannabis business in California, Most Importantly – We give you the Resources Needed to Start 420 College Events Give You a Chance to Reach Out and Meet Others like you who are just getting into the industry. Don’t Know Anyone in the Community, Now You WILL After a 2 Day Event Get To Know Others! Our classes are an excellent place to find like-minded people that are working towards similar goals! Various Alumni Mixers And Resources: get off on the right foot – if it comes together – go out to lunch or make an effort to meet after class for time to meet and greet other seminar attendees.

Nov 14, 2017 4:00 PM

The “Footsteps of a Fieldworker” tour is designed for medical and non-medical professionals interested in working with MSF in the field. Come learn how MSF staff work to provide aid to refugees around the world. Find out who we need, and register for this tour. Can’t make the special recruitment-focused tour? We’d love for you to come out and support refugees by attending our exhibit.https://www.facebook.com/events/730512783798197 Presented by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Forced From Home is a free, interactive, outdoor exhibition and guided tour designed to enhance visitors’ understanding of the desperate plight of the more than 65 million displaced people worldwide. With an experienced MSF aid worker as their guide, visitors navigate an outdoor installation designed to convey some of the challenges faced by individuals forced to flee from Afghanistan, Burundi, Honduras, South Sudan, and Syria.Forced From Home is free, fully accessible, and open to the public.

Sep 24, 2017 9:30 AM

Hardkour Performance | Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) Training Prepare for a high intensity, HARDKOUR workout outdoors that will get you ready for an OCR event or whatever sport you may be training for. Each class is a unique workout with different trainers and equipment. Your hands, clothes and shoes may get a little dirty. But it will be all worth it after the class. Don't forget a towel and water!! $20 class fee. 1 ticket per email. *If you're planning to attend as a group, each individual is required to register their ticket and waiver separately. Waivers are MANDATORY. NO EXCEPTIONS. Waivers MUST be filed prior to attending their initial course with us, or their participation will not be permitted. Fill Out & Submit Waiver Here Minors (under 18) must be accompanied by parent or guardian at all times. Sign up | Be HardkourFor exclusive updates, special offers, and much more !!hardkourperformance.com Follow our journey | #WEAREHARDKOUR• Instagram | Facebook : @hardkourperformance• Twitter : @hardkourperf Exclusive HKP merchandise available for purchase in-person (while supplies last). Contact: [email protected]

Sep 23, 2017 9:30 AM

Hardkour Performance | Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) Training Prepare for a high intensity, HARDKOUR workout outdoors that will get you ready for an OCR event or whatever sport you may be training for. Each class is a unique workout with different trainers and equipment. Your hands, clothes and shoes may get a little dirty. But it will be all worth it after the class. Don't forget a towel and water!! $20 class fee. 1 ticket per email. *If you're planning to attend as a group, each individual is required to register their ticket and waiver separately. Waivers are MANDATORY. NO EXCEPTIONS. Waivers MUST be filed prior to attending their initial course with us, or their participation will not be permitted. Fill Out & Submit Waiver Here Minors (under 18) must be accompanied by parent or guardian at all times. Sign up | Be HardkourFor exclusive updates, special offers, and much more !!hardkourperformance.com Follow our journey | #WEAREHARDKOUR• Instagram | Facebook : @hardkourperformance• Twitter : @hardkourperf Exclusive HKP merchandise available for purchase in-person (while supplies last). Contact: [email protected]

Sep 30, 2017 9:30 AM

Hardkour Performance | Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) Training Prepare for a high intensity, HARDKOUR workout outdoors that will get you ready for an OCR event or whatever sport you may be training for. Each class is a unique workout with different trainers and equipment. Your hands, clothes and shoes may get a little dirty. But it will be all worth it after the class. Don't forget a towel and water!! $20 class fee. 1 ticket per email. *If you're planning to attend as a group, each individual is required to register their ticket and waiver separately. Waivers are MANDATORY. NO EXCEPTIONS. Waivers MUST be filed prior to attending their initial course with us, or their participation will not be permitted. Fill Out & Submit Waiver Here Minors (under 18) must be accompanied by parent or guardian at all times. Sign up | Be HardkourFor exclusive updates, special offers, and much more !!hardkourperformance.com Follow our journey | #WEAREHARDKOUR• Instagram | Facebook : @hardkourperformance• Twitter : @hardkourperf Exclusive HKP merchandise available for purchase in-person (while supplies last). Contact: [email protected]

Sep 26, 2017 6:30 PM

Hardkour Performance | Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) Training Prepare for a high intensity, HARDKOUR workout outdoors that will get you ready for an OCR event or whatever sport you may be training for. Each class is a unique workout with different trainers and equipment. Your hands, clothes and shoes may get a little dirty. But it will be all worth it after the class. Don't forget a towel and water!! $20 class fee. 1 ticket per email. *If you're planning to attend as a group, each individual is required to register their ticket and waiver separately. Waivers are MANDATORY. NO EXCEPTIONS. Waivers MUST be filed prior to attending their initial course with us, or their participation will not be permitted. Fill Out & Submit Waiver Here Minors (under 18) must be accompanied by parent or guardian at all times. Sign up | Be HardkourFor exclusive updates, special offers, and much more !!hardkourperformance.com Follow our journey | #WEAREHARDKOUR• Instagram | Facebook : @hardkourperformance• Twitter : @hardkourperf Exclusive HKP merchandise available for purchase in-person (while supplies last). Contact: [email protected]

Sep 28, 2017 6:30 PM

Hardkour Performance | Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) Training Prepare for a high intensity, HARDKOUR workout outdoors that will get you ready for an OCR event or whatever sport you may be training for. Each class is a unique workout with different trainers and equipment. Your hands, clothes and shoes may get a little dirty. But it will be all worth it after the class. Don't forget a towel and water!! $20 class fee. 1 ticket per email. *If you're planning to attend as a group, each individual is required to register their ticket and waiver separately. Waivers are MANDATORY. NO EXCEPTIONS. Waivers MUST be filed prior to attending their initial course with us, or their participation will not be permitted. Fill Out & Submit Waiver Here Minors (under 18) must be accompanied by parent or guardian at all times. Sign up | Be HardkourFor exclusive updates, special offers, and much more !!hardkourperformance.com Follow our journey | #WEAREHARDKOUR• Instagram | Facebook : @hardkourperformance• Twitter : @hardkourperf Exclusive HKP merchandise available for purchase in-person (while supplies last). Contact: [email protected]

Oct 12, 2017 5:00 PM

  Pride of Place in the Great Outdoors   Rivers & Lands Conservancy’s 4th Annual Fundraising Gala   It's time to celebrate! Join us for the 4th Annual Pride of Place in the Great Outdoors Fundraising Gala held at the historic Crestmore Manor. Be part of the festivities as we recognize the wonderful work our community leaders have done this year to conserve the great outdoors and inspire the next generation of environmental stewards. The unforgettable evening begins with a reception featuring  hors d'oeuvres, wine and beer, a silent auction, and includes guests Wild Wonders and their live animals and a local falconer with his falcon.  The reception is followed by an introduction by Rivers & Lands, a culinary dinner, and a presentation of Environmental Awards to our local environmental heroes. Join us in raising support and awareness for valuable open spaces, habitats, and agricultural lands in our community.  The following Environmental Awards will be presented during the Gala: Beverly Wingate Maloof Award – Tom Mullen for his invaluable contributions in leading integrated land use planning for Riverside County and his vision and leadership in establishing the MSHCP Community Environmental Excellence Award – Keep Riverside Clean & Beautiful (Connie Librenjak) for engaging over 10,000 volunteers annually in environmental stewardship projects Business Environmental Excellence Award – Burrtec Waste Industries, Inc. (Bill Jones) for embracing sustainability within their practices and valuing habitat and environmental education efforts within their local communities    Local Government Environmental Excellence Award – John Tavaglione for his steadfast commitment and leadership in establishing the Santa Ana River & Trail as a valuable open space resource for the community Environmental Educator Excellence Award - Sheri Harris for her dedication to inspiring the next generation of environmental leaders through her teaching at Arlington High School    Rivers & Lands Conservancy depends on the support of our friends and the business community to help us conserve open spaces and provide opportunities for our comminty to get outdoors. How to support Rivers and Lands Conservancy: Sponsorship opportunities are available ranging from $1,000 to $25,000 Donate an item for our silent auction Buy a table for the event and invite your friends and family to participate! Rivers & Lands Conservancy will provide you with a formal acknowledgement of your contribution for tax purposes. If you would like to contribute please complete the appropriate Sponsorship or Donation form and mail it, or drop it by - no later than September 21st, 2017 - along with your contribution and/or donation item to:  Rivers & Lands Conservancy4075 Mission Inn AvenueRiverside, CA 92501   Please contact Rachael Hamilton at [email protected] or 951-788-0670 ext. 5 for more information. Riversandlands.org   Rivers & Land Conservancy is formerly known as Riverside Land Conservancy

Sep 30, 2017 10:00 AM

2 Day Cannabis Business Training Seminar in San Diego $300 Pre-Sale Tickets $350 At-the Door (3 or more – $25 Off!) Sat-Sun | 10a – 4:20p (Marijuana Business Seminars Are Private Events. The Exact Location Of The Seminars Will Be Given After Enrollment.) If you are thinking about entering the cannabis industry or have made up your mind and are ready to start a cannabis business in California, our Cannabis Business Training Courses are for YOU!!! What Can You Learn in Just 2 Days?ALL the important “Stuff” to help insure your success! Complete breakdown of Medical Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act and Proposition 64 Breakdown of California Medical Marijuana Laws & California Attorney General Guidelines for collective operations What you have to do to qualify for the licensing in your city or county Focus is on how and why you need to start up your marijuana business PROPERLY and LEGALLY, under the city and county programs in your area. Under the marijuana law, the Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act, cannabis dispensaries, co-ops, collectives and delivery services are will not be able to operate with the California Attorney General Guidelines after the Bureau of Cannabis Regulationstarts accepting applications. To read our summary of the newCalifornia marijuana law for business, click here. Even now marijuana business get SHUT DOWN every day because the groups operating them are doing business contrary to the law. Learn what they are doing wrong and how to avoid making those same mistakes. Our primary objective is to – first and foremost – provide the facts of the law – period. Objective #1: Step-by-step review of state requirements to start any type of cannabis business in California. Our consultants and attorneys know the law side and out and have been working in other states with similar laws such as Oregon’s recreational Measure 91, Washington State’s Initiative 502 and Colorado’s Amendment 64 recreational marijuana laws. On DAY ONE – we’ll start with: Marijuana business permits and licensing requirements with focus on city and county regulations How to deal with city/county ordinances and bans Creating Operating Procedures and Business Plans Tax challenges and strategies Banking strategies Location finding and dealing with landlords Insurance agents will be covering exactly what is insurable Advertising strategies, where and how to get patients for your collective Packaging requirements We will also cover how to start a marijuana patient collective and proper collective operations Make sure ALL of your questions have been answered before you leave and you have a good comprehensive understanding of what it takes to start and operate a cannabis business in any city or county in California Most importantly, the resources needed to start “All the required documents, a step-by-step guide, and class information provided is really all you need to start your basic small private patient garden – you can use the forms we provide to you in class to file for your basic private members only collective, yourself. ALL CRITICAL BUSINESS FORMS to start a small private collectiveINCLUDED in class handouts ** Marijuana Collective ”Membership Agreement” “Authorization to Transport“ “Authorization to Cultivate” DAY 2: Cultivation, Harvest, Processing Safety, Security, Use, Edibles. You Will Be Taking Lessons From EXPERIENCED Professional Growers. For Experienced Growers – Let’s compare notes and you may find a few new tips or tricks, along the way For Beginner Growers – LEARN the basics on how to grow marijuana per your physician’s recommendation or for the members of your collective. Cultivation is Part ART & Part Science – and STILL 100% Illegal – if you don’t follow the law! What documents you have to have posted in order to be compliant with California law. Cannabis cultivation is also All About QUALITY AND CONSISTENT “GRADE” and Quality for Testing and SAFETY. Focus is on what and how you can achieve the BEST Results to safely cultivate, produce and use cannabis for your better health! Objective: Learn the steps to take to insure you can quality cannabis from seeds, starter plants (clones) all the way through to harvest. Strain selection, space required Growing indoors, outdoors and hydroponics Instructions for watering, lighting, ventilation, cycles Equipment that will be needed Detailed instructions on pest control, smell abatement, security, pH balance, and drying/curing CERTIFICATION with, ONGOING HELP & SUPPORT: Once you take our seminars, You can always call or email our staff, faculty or instructors if you want further assistance, we’ll do our best to answer your questions all for FREE! At the end of the seminar, you’ll walk away with all the knowledge you need to start and operate any type of cannabis business in California, Most Importantly – We give you the Resources Needed to Start Classes are forming now and they fill up fast.Reserve your seat today. $300 FOR BOTH DAYS | 3 OR MORE? $25 DISCOUNT PER PERSON!

Nov 11, 2017 10:00 AM

2 Day Cannabis Business Training Seminar in San Diego $300 Pre-Sale Tickets $350 At-the Door (3 or more – $25 Off!) Sat-Sun | 10a – 4:20p (Marijuana Business Seminars Are Private Events. The Exact Location Of The Seminars Will Be Given After Enrollment.) If you are thinking about entering the cannabis industry or have made up your mind and are ready to start a cannabis business in California, our Cannabis Business Training Courses are for YOU!!! What Can You Learn in Just 2 Days?ALL the important “Stuff” to help insure your success! Complete breakdown of Medical Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act and Proposition 64 Breakdown of California Medical Marijuana Laws & California Attorney General Guidelines for collective operations What you have to do to qualify for the licensing in your city or county Focus is on how and why you need to start up your marijuana business PROPERLY and LEGALLY, under the city and county programs in your area. Under the marijuana law, the Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act, cannabis dispensaries, co-ops, collectives and delivery services are will not be able to operate with the California Attorney General Guidelines after the Bureau of Cannabis Regulationstarts accepting applications. To read our summary of the newCalifornia marijuana law for business, click here. Even now marijuana business get SHUT DOWN every day because the groups operating them are doing business contrary to the law. Learn what they are doing wrong and how to avoid making those same mistakes. Our primary objective is to – first and foremost – provide the facts of the law – period. Objective #1: Step-by-step review of state requirements to start any type of cannabis business in California. Our consultants and attorneys know the law side and out and have been working in other states with similar laws such as Oregon’s recreational Measure 91, Washington State’s Initiative 502 and Colorado’s Amendment 64 recreational marijuana laws. On DAY ONE – we’ll start with: Marijuana business permits and licensing requirements with focus on city and county regulations How to deal with city/county ordinances and bans Creating Operating Procedures and Business Plans Tax challenges and strategies Banking strategies Location finding and dealing with landlords Insurance agents will be covering exactly what is insurable Advertising strategies, where and how to get patients for your collective Packaging requirements We will also cover how to start a marijuana patient collective and proper collective operations Make sure ALL of your questions have been answered before you leave and you have a good comprehensive understanding of what it takes to start and operate a cannabis business in any city or county in California Most importantly, the resources needed to start “All the required documents, a step-by-step guide, and class information provided is really all you need to start your basic small private patient garden – you can use the forms we provide to you in class to file for your basic private members only collective, yourself. ALL CRITICAL BUSINESS FORMS to start a small private collectiveINCLUDED in class handouts ** Marijuana Collective ”Membership Agreement” “Authorization to Transport“ “Authorization to Cultivate” DAY 2: Cultivation, Harvest, Processing Safety, Security, Use, Edibles. You Will Be Taking Lessons From EXPERIENCED Professional Growers. For Experienced Growers – Let’s compare notes and you may find a few new tips or tricks, along the way For Beginner Growers – LEARN the basics on how to grow marijuana per your physician’s recommendation or for the members of your collective. Cultivation is Part ART & Part Science – and STILL 100% Illegal – if you don’t follow the law! What documents you have to have posted in order to be compliant with California law. Cannabis cultivation is also All About QUALITY AND CONSISTENT “GRADE” and Quality for Testing and SAFETY. Focus is on what and how you can achieve the BEST Results to safely cultivate, produce and use cannabis for your better health! Objective: Learn the steps to take to insure you can quality cannabis from seeds, starter plants (clones) all the way through to harvest. Strain selection, space required Growing indoors, outdoors and hydroponics Instructions for watering, lighting, ventilation, cycles Equipment that will be needed Detailed instructions on pest control, smell abatement, security, pH balance, and drying/curing CERTIFICATION with, ONGOING HELP & SUPPORT: Once you take our seminars, You can always call or email our staff, faculty or instructors if you want further assistance, we’ll do our best to answer your questions all for FREE! At the end of the seminar, you’ll walk away with all the knowledge you need to start and operate any type of cannabis business in California, Most Importantly – We give you the Resources Needed to Start Classes are forming now and they fill up fast.Reserve your seat today. $300 FOR BOTH DAYS | 3 OR MORE? $25 DISCOUNT PER PERSON!

Oct 14, 2017 9:00 AM

Join us for a morning of habitat restoration! Your work will help increase native plant diversity and improve food and shelter for wildlife. We plan to remove competing plants from the basins of native trees and shrubs, remove invasive plants throughout the site, and possibly weed out invasive plants such as purple starthistle along the trails near the Quema Drive trailhead.  Additionally, we may repair, remove, or expand browse protection cages. No experience is necessary. A habitat steward will guide you through the projects along Sabercat Creek in Sabercat Historical Park. When:  Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 9:00am to noon Heavy rain 12 hours prior will cancel or postpone the event. Once registered, look for an email notification of a cancellation/postponement, in case of recent rain.  Who: Volunteers of all ages are welcome! Children under the age of 12 require an accompanying adult.  Mandatory: A signed waiver form is required for each participant. No Waiver, No Participation!!!  This volunteer opportunity will fulfill community service hours. Please bring any forms needed to be signed. Contact Information:  Workday Supervisor: Sabrina Siebert by email or via phone (510-494-4589)  Program Manager: Barbara Silva by email or via phone (510-494-4575) to coordinate larger groups.  Where: Site 4   From the trailhead at Quema Drive, just off of Paseo Padre Parkway in Fremont, CA, walk down the hill (generally south). When the path T’s into the path along the creek, turn left (east). Go through the cattle gate, and site 4 will be to your right (south). Those bringing cars usually park along Quema Drive. For weekday after-school work parties, those coming from Mission San Jose High School could take AC Transit Route 624 to the stop near Paseo Padre Parkway and Quema Drive, but would need to arrange for alternate transportation home. For those coming via BART, you could take AC Transit 212 and 210, or 217 and 210. It looks like the closest stop is at Washington Blvd. and Palm Ave. Please check tripplanner.transit.511.org for further details.   * RESTROOMS: A public restroom is located at Old Mission Park, on Ibero Way off of Pine Street. It's advisable to use a restroom before you arrive on site. Provided: Tools and a small supply of thorn gloves (the smallest we have is a small adult size, so kids might prefer another option). Water to refill bottles. Rubbing alcohol or Tecnu. Please bring: A signed waiver form. No waiver, no participation. A reusable water bottle. Outdoor work attire (hats, sunscreen, sturdy closed-toe shoes/boots and long pants and a long-sleeved shirt ). You are welcome to bring your own gloves and tools (please label them). Community service hours forms, if applicable. Printed map to confirm exact site location. Required: All participants must sign a waiver form; minors under 18 years of age must bring a waiver form signed by a parent or legal guardian. A new signed waiver is required for each event. Children 12 or under require an accompanying adult.   Caution: Our sites include some invasive poison hemlock, which is poisonous if eaten, and skin contact with it may result in a rash. There is also a lot of native poison oak around the edges of some sites, and in some cases in areas where we might be walking. Most of it was marked with red marking flags and/or red flagging tape this spring.  Some sites have native stinging nettle, although most of it is marked with flagging tape, too. Contact with this plant might result in stings and temporary discomfort. It should be possible for those who are sensitive to these plants to avoid them. We will have rubbing alcohol and Tecnu along to remove oils/irritants from poison oak and poison hemlock. There is a honeybee hive present in one area of site 5.   There are 5 different restoration sites located along Sabercat Creek. Once you are registered  you will receive a notification of any changes in location or schedule (e.g., due to heavy rain) via an email from Eventbrite. Links: Please check this Eventbrite page for volunteer events hosted by the City of Fremont Environmental Services Please visit our Sabercat Creek Riparian Habitat Restoration Google Site. (We hope to add more info about the native and exotic plants on our restoration sites soon). The Friends of Sabercat Creek Facebook Group is a social forum for those interested in the goings on at Sabercat Creek to share photos, thoughts, and more! City of Fremont Volunteer Opportunities (including Environmental Services)   Schedule of future work days: Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration work parties are scheduled for the 1st Saturday of the month (except October-November, when it'll be the second Saturday), from 9am-noon. There will be additional work days as needed. We will also be holding occasional creek clean-ups.   Oct 14, 2017 (2nd Sat - No work day on Oct 7), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA   https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/habitat-restoration-days-for-sabercat-creek-in-fremont-ca-jan-dec-2017-tickets-31980364130   Nov 4, 2017 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/habitat-restoration-days-for-sabercat-creek-in-fremont-ca-jan-dec-2017-tickets-29058931045   Dec 2, 2017 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/habitat-restoration-days-for-sabercat-creek-in-fremont-ca-jan-dec-2017-tickets-29058932048   Also save the dates for these events (Eventbrite registrations will be added later for the Oct 28 event):   Oct 28, 2017 (4th Sat), 9am-noon, Make a Difference Day, Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site 5, Becado Place