Jan 22, 2019 6:30 PM

How can you offer successful programs and events outdoors? How can you generate revenue and memberships without a facility? What can you do to more fully engage residents? Whether you are a new or experienced community association this workshop is for you! Bring your questions and share your learnings at this conversational networking event.

Aug 08, 2019 3:00 PM

An Adventure Camp For Grown-Ups Think of this as a summer camp for grown-ups who love the outdoors! But instead of camp counselors, you and your friends will have expert guides and pro athletes showing you the ropes. Plus complimentary meals and nightly socials, open bars, fire pits, and live music. All expert instruction, classes, and gear for activities are included too. All you have to do is show up, relax, and have fun! THIS IS A FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND OUTDOOR EVENTJoin us as early as Thursday afternoon to check-in, get settled, and unwind under the stars. Your next three days will be spent on the trail, climbing rocks, playing on the water, learning new skills, making new friends, listening to music, and relaxing by the campfire. Your schedule can be as full or as mellow as you like, and is 100% customizable based on your interests and skill level.  YOU'RE IN FOR 3+ DAYS OF PURE OUTDOOR FUNWe are committed to making the outdoors easier to access than ever, and we have curated an immersive experience that is convenient, encouraging, and just plain fun. Think of this as a summer camp for grown-ups who love the outdoors...but instead of camp counselors, you'll have expert guides and pro athletes teaching you all of the outdoor activities and skills that you've always dreamt about. Plus complimentary meals and nightly open bars, fire pits, and live music. All expert instruction, classes, and gear for activities are included too. All you have to do is show up and have fun! WHAT TO EXPECT: ACTIVITIES AND FIELD SESSIONSIntroductory and intermediate classes for all of the activities you've always wanted to try.This is not a demo-day! You'll be in small groups (think low Guide:Participant ratios) receiving expert instruction.Our partners provide all of the required equipment! WHAT TO EXPECT: FOOD, DRINKS, CAMPING, AND MUSICAll of your meals, beer, wine, cocktails, and coffee are included!And each night you'll enjoy live music, fire pits, and s'mores. PRETTY EPIC, RIGHT?If you're looking for an escape into the outdoors with like-minded adventurers, look no further. REGISTRATION INFOEach price level is available in a limited quantity. Once the allotment of the given price level is sold out, tickets will move to the next higher price level until the event sells out.  1) Register for a 3-Day or 1-Day Pursuit Pass2) Choose your camping, glamping, or lodging option 3) Start building out your personalized weekend schedule when it is launched Upon registration, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite, Pursuit’s ticketing partner. Important: if you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder. If you can't find it there either, click here to access the Eventbrite help center.  All sales are final and the event is rain or shine. By purchasing this ticket you accept the terms and conditions. Group discounts are available for groups of 6 or more.  Please email to [email protected] for more information.  Soon it’ll be time to start building your custom calendar of activities for the Pursuit weekend. There are hundreds of activities and educational experiences to choose from as you build your custom calendar, with more to be added as we approach event weekend, so check back often. Registration is open now, the Pursuit custom calendars will be opened in early-to-mid 2019. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email us at [email protected] #EVERYONEOUTSIDE * Pursuit Bear Valley is an equal opportunity provider and is operating under a special use permit with the Stanislaus National Forest. 

Oct 18, 2018 9:30 AM

Join us in person or via livecast on Thursday October 18th to celebrate and recognize the efforts of California Safe Drinking Water Data Challenge participants. Throughout the summer, teams and individuals have worked to develop resources and tools to help ensure every Californian has access to safe and sufficient clean drinking water. Engage in discussion, share insights, announce commitments, and be part of the awards voting in LA!  Have a commitment to share about next steps? Fill out the form at https://bit.ly/Water18Commitment by Oct 10! Select commitments will be highlighted at the Oct. 18 event.  AGENDA 9:30am     Registration   10:00am   Welcome                  Reflections and New Commitments 10:45am   Keynote: The Honorable Mike Eng, Former California State Assembly Member and Author of the Human Right to Water Bill 11:15am    Lightning Project Previews 12:00pm    Outdoor Lunch + Project Viewing + Voting                    *note: lunch will not be livestreamed 1:30pm      Award Announcements 2:30pm      Closing + Next Steps  2:45pm      Outdoor Reception Special Thanks to Water Foundation & Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation for sponsoring this event and our venue hosts, the Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority  About #CAWaterDataChallenge Annually, up to 1 million Californians lack access to clean, safe drinking water. The Governor's Office of Planning and Research and the West Big Data Innovation Hub along with many other partners launched this Data Challenge to demonstrate the power of open data to address one of California’s most pressing issues. This summit and award ceremony will showcase contributions from innovators from multiple sectors.  Each of the 7 General Awards above will now also include a $1,500 cash prize thanks to Cal Water. The new Cal Water contributions raise the total prizes available to $12,000 that will be awarded directly to the California Safe Drinking Water Data Challenge teams. Rising Innovator Award Ready-to-Go Most Engaging by Design Moonshot Award Most Data-licious Team Spirit and Collaboration People's Choice (voting on site) Imagine H2O will award $1,500 and select accelerator services to a team that best demonstrates Impact, Scalability, Innovation in their solution. More information and terms and conditions available on the Imagine H2O website. Join the conversation on social media with #CAWaterDataChallenge and find details at waterchallenge.data.ca.gov

Oct 26, 2018 7:00 PM

Tonight's screening is sponsored by Toad&Co, and The Sandbox Santa Barbara. The Women's Adventure Film Tour has arrived in the USA for the first time ever! Women's Adventure Film Tour features some of the world's most inspiring women in adventure.  This festival is a celebration of the fantastic women around us who are doing extraordinary things.  The events aim to promote diversity and inclusion in the outdoor industry and Women, Men and Children are all welcome! Each screening includes a series of inspirational short films featuring women in stories about climbing, mountaineering, skiing, diving, mountain biking, surfing and more.   In a global first the Women's Adventure Film Tour was launched to sell-out crowds in Australia in 2017, before touring selected locations in Asia and the United Kingdom.  We are pleased to be now bringing the Women's Adventure Film Tour to the USA for the first time. Benefitting Changing Tides Foundation, this is an extraordinary chance to come and experience a night of edge of your seat outdoor adventuring and story telling, with a community atmosphere.  Changing Tides Foundation was born from the simple idea that the world would be a better place if we were all given the opportunity to give back. Established in 2016, by a group of water women and adventurers, their mission is to bridge the gap between you, the traveler, and the causes on the ground. Bring your family and all your friends for a great night out. Follow our Facebook page for more updates....

Oct 20, 2018 3:00 PM

Back for its 12th year, McDonald’s 2018 Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour (ICGT) appeals to a wide range of gospel music lovers with a FREE and unforgettable music experience for the entire family. This year’s lineup of award-winning talent includes Deitrick Haddon, Donald Lawrence, Ricky Dillard, JJ Hairston, LéAndria Johnson, Todd Dulaney and Canton Jones. Radio personality Lonnie Hunter resumes hosting duties. The celebration kicks off at 10am with: Crenshaw High School Gospel Choir • FAME Unity Choir • Shari Demby • Dante Hall Jubilant Voices of Holman United Methodist Church • The Ladies of Esther  • Joe Spence & Inland Empire Choir • April May • Renee Spearman • FM2  • Bishop Neal Roberson • The Williams Singers • Keith “Wonder Boy” Johnson • Geneen White • Paul Porter of The Christianaries • Brent Jones with KJLH Choir Co-Hosting Aundrae Russell & JREDD Tickets are not needed for this outdoor festival. JUST SHOW UP! Space is limited.   FAQs Since the event is FREE, do I still need a ticket to attend the concert? No ticket is needed for this outdoor family festival. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Feel free to contact the concert producer at [email protected]

Oct 26, 2018 6:00 PM

The City Ruck Tour 2018 (CRT18) is a series of 60 friendly Ruck Marches hosted by Operation Enduring Warrior (OEW) and led by select volunteers from OEW’s Masked Athlete Team and OEW’s Community Ambassador population. The purpose is to perform outdoor fitness in a group setting, while learning more about OEW’s mission, which is to Honor, Empower, and Motivate our nation’s wounded military veterans.  On average the distance will be 12 miles, and will vary from city to city, based on the assigned Ruck Leader’s plan. The pace will be moderate (approx. 18-20 minutes per mile), and the group will move together as one team. Short breaks will occur as needed. The amount of weight you carry in your rucksack is up to you. However, you are required to have two (2) quarts of water, a reflective band or belt on the outside of your ruck, and a headlamp or flashlight (if your event is at night). Kid friendly. Dog friendly.  There will be a Rally Point (RP) 3-4 miles from the End-Point, for any late comers to join in for the final miles. Upon conclusion of the ruck march, there will be a “Circle of Trust” closing ceremony where you will hear a testimony directly from one of our Adaptive Athlete honorees, or participating military veteran. Prepare to be inspired. Everyone in the circle will receive a CRT patch, and probably a hug! This year’s Tour is adopting a special theme…Veterans reaching out to Policemen! OEW will lead the nationwide effort in providing much needed relief to our hurting Law Enforcement Officer community. OEW challenges you to embrace this initiative. Every CRT city will have policemen rucking with us. We will hear their stories. We will demonstrate our support. We will show our respect. We will express our gratitude for the thankless and dangerous job they perform. OEW is helping launch Task Force Sentinel - a police services organization that will do for our injured cops what OEW does for our wounded vets, ultimately saving lives by preventing suicide.  All CRT tour stops are FREE to cops (active and retired). Everyone else pays $25. Your registration fee goes directly to OEW’s treasury to fund OEW programs in addition to covering the cost of patches and volunteer Ruck Leader travel cost. Please spread the word, bring some friends! See you there!

Oct 27, 2018 12:00 PM

Start Point - 1200hrs (12pm)River Walk Park651 2nd StWest Sacramento, CA 95605https://goo.gl/maps/ffbc6t4DFwn Warm Up and Group Ruck will be from 1200-1430 (12pm-2:30pm) Will break into teams for a fun selfie scavenger hunt at 10 iconic locations, memorials or landmarks - including the Haunted Sacramento Underground Tour Endex - 1800hrs (6pm)California Police Officers Memorial Many people will be going to spend time together for food & drinks afterwards in Old Sacramento. Feel free to join. The City Ruck Tour 2018 (CRT18) is a series of 60 friendly Ruck Marches hosted by Operation Enduring Warrior (OEW) and led by select volunteers from OEW’s Masked Athlete Team and OEW’s Community Ambassador population. The purpose is to perform outdoor fitness in a group setting, while learning more about OEW’s mission, which is to Honor, Empower, and Motivate our nation’s wounded military veterans.  On average the distance will be 12 miles, and will vary from city to city, based on the assigned Ruck Leader’s plan. The pace will be moderate (approx. 18-20 minutes per mile), and the group will move together as one team. Short breaks will occur as needed. The amount of weight you carry in your rucksack is up to you. However, you are required to have two (2) quarts of water, a reflective band or belt on the outside of your ruck, and a headlamp or flashlight (if your event is at night). Kid friendly. Dog friendly.  There will be a Rally Point (RP) 3-4 miles from the End-Point, for any late comers to join in for the final miles. Upon conclusion of the ruck march, there will be a “Circle of Trust” closing ceremony where you will hear a testimony directly from one of our Adaptive Athlete honorees, or participating military veteran. Prepare to be inspired. Everyone in the circle will receive a CRT patch, and probably a hug! This year’s Tour is adopting a special theme…Veterans reaching out to Policemen! OEW will lead the nationwide effort in providing much needed relief to our hurting Law Enforcement Officer community. OEW challenges you to embrace this initiative. Every CRT city will have policemen rucking with us. We will hear their stories. We will demonstrate our support. We will show our respect. We will express our gratitude for the thankless and dangerous job they perform. OEW is helping launch Task Force Sentinel - a police services organization that will do for our injured cops what OEW does for our wounded vets, ultimately saving lives by preventing suicide.  All CRT tour stops are FREE to cops (active and retired). Everyone else pays $25. Your registration fee goes directly to OEW’s treasury to fund OEW programs in addition to covering the cost of patches and volunteer Ruck Leader travel cost. Please spread the word, bring some friends! See you there!

Nov 14, 2018 12:00 PM

The Organic Council of Ontario and the Canadian Organic Growers invite you to this webinar series that discusses issues currently up for debate during the current Canadian Organic Standards' review proces. Our fifth webinar is about outdoor access for poultry and other poultry related questions.  We will be announcing our speakers shorlty, but welcome interest from sponsors, speakers, and organic stakeholders on topics that we should cover in this discussion.  Want to sponsor this event?  We are still looking for additional speakers and sponsors for this event.  If you are interested, please contact Carolyn Young at [email protected]

Nov 10, 2018 9:00 AM

Brought to you by the City of Fremont, Environmental Services No experience is necessary. This volunteer opportunity will fulfill community service hours.   Join us for a morning of habitat restoration! Your work will help increase native plant diversity and improve food and shelter for wildlife. We will remove invasive plants and maintain native plants. When:  Choose your date. We will typically meet on the first or second Saturday of each month. Where:  Exact site locations will be announced prior to the event. See below.   The Waiver Mandatory: A signed waiver form is required for each participant.  No Waiver, No Participation!  Under 18?Minors under 18 years of age must bring a waiver form with their own name, also signed by a parent or legal guardian. To Bring We Provide: Tools Thorn gloves (the smallest we have is adult small, so kids might prefer another option). Water to refill bottles Please Bring: A signed waiver form. No waiver, no participation. A reusable water bottle. Outdoor work clothes: 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. Map to confirm exact site location. Restrooms are not close. Please use one before you arrive. Upcoming Dates Look for a reminder email with the location details. Also find maps at the links below. Oct 6, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site 5 - Western Horse Restoration Site (Becado Place)   Nov 10, 2018 (2nd Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA   Dec 1, 2018 (1st Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA   Site Maps Site 5 Map & Information  Western Horse Restoration Site Site 4 Map & Information Mastodon Restoration Site Sites 2 & 3 Map & Information Pronghorn (2) & Western Camel (3) Restoration Site Overview Map showing all City of Fremont habitat restoration sites, nearest restroom and bus stops 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!   FAQ's Is there a minimum age requirement to participate?Volunteers of all ages are welcome! Children under the age of 12 require an accompanying adult.  What should I bring?Please see list in the description above. What if it rains?Rain may cancel or postpone the event. If you are registered, check your email for a notification. How do I claim my community service hours?Bring any forms provided by your organization. The work day supervisor will sign forms at the end of the work day. We do not provide forms or certificates. Are there restrooms?A public restroom is located at Old Mission Park, on Ibero Way off of Pine Street. There is also a pit toilet near the Via Orinda trailhead, though it lacks a sink or disinfecting gel. It's advisable to use a restroom before you arrive on site. Can I take transit?The nearest bus stops are at the northwest corner of Bryant St. and Pine St. (from the Fremont BART, take AC Transit 212, then 210), and at the northwest corner of Mission Blvd. and Cedar St. (from the Fremont BART, take AC Transit 217). Please check tripplanner.transit.511.org for further detail. Are there hazards in the park?See a list of hazards to be aware of. Are there other volunteer opportunities?City of Fremont Volunteer Opportunities (including Environmental Services) How can I contact the organizer with any questions?Workday Supervisor: Sabrina Siebert email or 510-494-4589 Tuesday and Thursday only  Program Manager: Barbara Silva email or 510-494-4575 to coordinate larger groups.

Jan 12, 2019 9:00 AM

Brought to you by the City of Fremont, Environmental Services No experience is necessary. This volunteer opportunity will fulfill community service hours.   Join us for a morning of habitat restoration! Your work will help increase native plant diversity and improve food and shelter for wildlife. We will remove invasive plants and maintain native plants. When:  Choose your date. We will typically meet on the first or second Saturday of each month. Where:  Exact site locations will be announced prior to the event. See below.   The Waiver Mandatory: A signed waiver form is required for each participant.  No Waiver, No Participation!  Under 18?Minors under 18 years of age must bring a waiver form with their own name, also signed by a parent or legal guardian. To Bring We Provide: Tools Thorn gloves (the smallest we have is adult small, so kids might prefer another option). Water to refill bottles Please Bring: A signed waiver form. No waiver, no participation. A reusable water bottle. Outdoor work clothes: 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. Map to confirm exact site location. Restrooms are not close. Please use one before you arrive. Upcoming Dates Look for a reminder email with the location details. Also find maps at the links below. Jan 12, 2019 (2nd Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA Feb 9, 2019 (2nd Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA March 9, 2019 (2nd Sat), 9am-noon Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration, Site TBA   Site Maps Site 5 Map & Information  Western Horse Restoration Site Site 4 Map & Information Mastodon Restoration Site Sites 2 & 3 Map & Information Pronghorn (2) & Western Camel (3) Restoration Sites Overview Map showing all City of Fremont habitat restoration sites, nearest restroom and bus stops 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! Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Is there a minimum age requirement to participate?Volunteers of all ages are welcome! Children under the age of 12 require an accompanying adult.  What should I bring?Please see list in the description above. What if it rains?Rain may cancel or postpone the event. If you are registered, check your email for a notification. How do I claim my community service hours?Bring any forms provided by your organization. The work day supervisor will sign forms at the end of the work day. We do not provide forms or certificates. Are there restrooms?A public restroom is located at Old Mission Park, on Ibero Way off of Pine Street. There is also a pit toilet near the Via Orinda trailhead, though it lacks a sink or disinfecting gel. It's advisable to use a restroom before you arrive on site. Can I take transit?The nearest bus stops are at the northwest corner of Bryant St. and Pine St. (from the Fremont BART, take AC Transit 212, then 210), and at the northwest corner of Mission Blvd. and Cedar St. (from the Fremont BART, take AC Transit 217). Please check tripplanner.transit.511.org for further detail. Are there hazards in the park?See a list of hazards to be aware of. Are there other volunteer opportunities?City of Fremont Volunteer Opportunities (including Environmental Services) How can I contact the organizer with any questions?Workday Supervisor: Sabrina Siebert email or 510-494-4589 Tuesday and Thursday only  Program Manager: Barbara Silva email or 510-494-4575 to coordinate larger groups. How can I cancel my registration?How to cancel your Eventbrite event registration, if you'll be unable to attend: Log in to Eventbrite Near the upper right corner of the window, find your username and click on it. A dropdown menu will appear. Scroll down to "Tickets" and click. A menu showing the events you are registered for on Eventbrite will appear. Click on the name of the event for which you wish to cancel your registration. The order page for that event will appear. Find the "Cancel Order" option on the left side of the page, and click on it.              Click on "Yes, Cancel this order". A confirmation that you have cancelled your order will appear. Close the small window. Thank you for freeing up a spot that you can't use!  

Oct 18, 2018 5:00 PM

BIG CITY REALTY PRESENTS M3 AT M CITY CONDOMINIUMS BY URBAN CAPITAL, ROGERS REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT LIMITED AND IBI GROUP ARCHITECTS THE ICONIC M3 IS ALMOST HERE... It's true! The most anticipated launch of the year is happening soon.  81 storeys  - M3 will be the city's tallest tower and most spectacular new addition to Mississauga. 900 units - unit sizes ranging between 390 and 941 sq.ft. Unlike anything the city has ever seen. This is your chance to be a part of this ambitious next phase.  Starting in the mid $300's.  * * *  Big City Realty was awarded an outstanding achievement award amongst the TOP Producers for M City Condominiums 2018.  * * *  If you're going to do it, do it big! Introducing the tallest tower in Mississauga with 81 storeys, making it one of the tallest in all of Canada. The biggest dream Mississauga has ever seen - a new community designed for something great - a place where life, work and play intersect.A Master-Planned Community Spanning 4.3 Million Sq. Ft.This master-planned community combines residential towers with a range of retail shops and cafes at street level, in addition to over 2 acres of new parkland – the perfect place for outdoor activities.  * * * Here is some key information to remember: You must print this ticket out or have the PDF copy ready on your phone at the front door or YOU WILL NOT BE LET IN! All potential purchasers to bring their Driver's Licence. If you are not able to attend or are having trouble finding the event location, kindly give us a call/text or send us an e-mail. * * *  We look forward to meeting you all! This event is held exclusively for our Big City Realty Subscribers. (416) 219-5539 [email protected] https://mcitybyrogers.com/

Oct 27, 2018 9:00 PM

The Freaks wait all year to come out and haunt the Streets of San FranciscoHalloween Massive is one of San Francisco's biggest Annual Events soCome down and don't just witness the spectacle but  be a part of it!   Saturday October 27th, 201815th Annual Halloween ProductionHalloween MassiveAPOCALYPSE 2018 Expect Amazing!-Over 20,000 Square Feet Of Party Space-6 DJs 3 Dance Areas-Vages Style Gaming With Dealers & Prizes-Hollywood Style PhotoBooth & Props-Outdoor Patio-VIP Bottle Service Options-State Of The Art Lighting-LED Glow Sticks-Insane Sound System 3 Music Areas:Dancefloor 1: Top 40 / Club HitsDj J-TRIPRICH ERADancefloor 2: -Old School / 80's / 90'sDj LANDO1ANDRES ANTONIOLower Level Lounge: -Salsa / Merengue / ReggaetonDJ RONNIE ROMEROSEKTOR King Street Event Sapce128 King StSan Francisco, CA 941039:00 PM - 2 AM21 & Over With Costume