San Diego, CA Events and Co-ops
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Below is a list of events in San Diego...followed by a list of Food Co-ops in the San Diego area.
And here is a great calendar of events for San Deigo, California, thanks to the San Diego County Democrats:
March in Pride Parade with San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom. Saturday, July 18th, 10:00 am – 2 pm. Meet at the staging area near University and Park Ave. Details will be emailed to RSVPs. RSVP at http://www.gavinnewsom.com/events/#san_diego_pride. Questions: Colin Parent at email@example.com.
Meet-and-greet cocktail reception/discussion with Palm Springs Mayor Steve Pougnet, Democratic Candidate for the 45th CD. Tuesday, July 21st, 5:30 - 7:30 pm. At the home of Kevin Tilden & Dr. Philip Diamond, 4215 Arden Way, Mission Hills. No contribuion requested! RSVP to Greg at 619.727.1191 or firstname.lastname@example.org
San Diego County Democratic Central Committee meeting. Tuesday, July 21st, at 7:00 pm. In the Union Street entrance. MAP. Our meetings are open to the public and you are welcome to attend! Info.: 858.277.3367 or email@example.com.
"The World According To Monsanto" - a free documentary film. Thursday, July 21st, 7:00 to 8:30 pm. This eye-opening forerunner to "Food Inc" is about Monsantos threat to our agricultural biodiversity. Donations accepted. Sponsored by Home Int'l and GoodOnYa Organic Bars At Lestat's West Showroom (next to Lestat's Coffeehouse), 3339 Adams Ave, SD 92116 (about 5 blocks east of 30th and Adams). Info: info@HomeIntl.org or 619.330.9798. More at http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/3033292
Naturalization Ceremony Voter Registration. Wednesday, July 22nd, from 10:10 am to noon. Volunteers are needed to help register newly naturalized citizens on Join the other volunteers at Golden Hall, Corner of 3rd and B Street. Parking at Horton Plaza. RSVP to Greg Bolan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: The San Diego Voter Registration team uses Google Groups to send out volunteer emails. To receive these emails click HERE, and then click on "Join This Group."
Cocktail and dinner reception honoring Attorney General Jerry Brown. Thursday, July 23rd, 6:00 pm. At the home of Marcy and Jeffrey Krinsk, 567 Gage Lane, San Diego 92106. Guests $500. Info: Lynn Schenk at 858.523.6265 or email@example.com
Dim Sum Brunch with Betty Yee (Chairwoman - State Board of Equalization). Saturday, July 25th, 10:30 am. At Pearl Restaurant in RB, 11666 Avena Place, San Diego 92128. $30/person. Info/RSVP: Judy Ki YellowDogs@cox.net or (858) 486-8336
La Jolla Democratic Club monthly meeting. Sunday, July 26th, business meeting 1:00-2:00 pm, program from 2:00-4:00. The topic will be 'Unanswered Questions About 9/11.' At the La Jolla Public Library 7555 Draper St., La Jolla 92037. Info: Michael Mcquary at 858 752 9544, firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.lajollademocrats.org
Point Loma Democratic Club meeting. Sunday July 26th, 4:00 PM. Assembly Member Lori Saldana will be the guest speaker. At the Point Loma Assembly building, 3035 Talbot St., just west of Rosecrans. Info: Ruth Rollins at 619-222-9344.
Santee Democratic Club Meeting. Tuesday, July 28th, 7:30 pm. At the Carlton Hills Lutheran Church, 9735 Halberns Blvd, Santee. Info: Pat Hurley email@example.com or 619 258 9190. www.santeedemocrats.org
Mesa Democratic Club Booth at Clairemont Family Fun Day. Saturday, August 1st from 8:00 am to 4 pm. Pancake breakfast, car show, live entertainment, free swimming at the pool and many booths including our Mesa Booth. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org or hhttp://www.mesa.sddem.org/
Meet & Greet w/Tracy Emblem, Candidate California’s 50th Congressional District. Friday, August 1st, 4:00-6:00 PM. Dust off your safari gear and join civic activists, pioneers, local leaders and the Rancho Bernardo Democratic Club for an Elephant Hunt/ Fundraiser to take out Brian Bilbray. At the Elephant Bar, 17051 W. Bernardo Dr. (RB) 92127. Minimum suggested contribution: $35. RSVP: 760-300-5837 or info@TracyEmblemForCongress.com
San Diego Democracy For America Meetup (SD DFA) meeting. Wednesday, August 5th, social at 6:00, meeting at 7:00 pm, social at 6:00, meeting at 7:00 pm. Giovanni's Restaurant, 9353 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. 92123 (Corner of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Ruffin Rd. across from Registrar of Voters). Info: Carol (858) 459-7044. or email@example.com.
East County Caucus For The San Diego County Democratic Party Central Committee meeting. Saturday, August 8th, 9:30 to 11:00 am. At CWA Local 9400 Union Hall, 566 E. Main Street, El Cajon 92020. Info: Christopher Pearson firstname.lastname@example.org
Mesa Democratic Club's Annual Pot Luck. Saturday, August, 8th, noon to 4:00 pm. Members, friends, electeds and candidates welcome. Newt & Laura will share their lovely home at 3829 Sioux Ave in Clairemont. Bring your favorite dish. Info: email@example.com
The Escondido Democratic Club meeting. Thursday, August 13th, 7:00 pm. The topic will be wastewater disposal, with guest speakers from the City of Escondido and the Escondido Creek Conservancy. At the Joslyn Senior Center, 210 Park Ave. in Escondido. Light refreshments. Info: Rick Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org or 760-740-8595.
Council of Clubs meeting. Saturday, August 15th, 10:00 am. Monthly meeting of Democratic Club leadership at SDCDP Headquarters, 8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., Ste. 108. Info: email@example.com
Democratic Club of Carlsbad-Oceanside Summer Fundraiser. Sunday, August 16th, 1 - 5 PM. Catered buffet from Tuscany Restaurant-Carlsbad. Many excellent auction items. Featured speaker: Ferial Masry from Ventura County, a writer, educator, and mother of an Iraqi soldier. Ms. Masry is hoping to be the first Saudi-American woman elected to the California State Assembly, running for the 37th A.D. in next year's elections. At the Carlsbad Woman's Club, 3320 Monroe St., Carlsbad (4 blocks east of Freeway off Carlsbad Village Dr., in the Carlsbad High School area.). Info: Kathi Carbone, 760-521-2286, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Naturalization Ceremony Voter Registration. Wednesday, August 19th, from 10:10 am to noon. Volunteers are needed to help register newly naturalized citizens on Join the other volunteers at Golden Hall, Corner of 3rd and B Street. Parking at Horton Plaza. RSVP to Greg Bolan at email@example.com. Note: The San Diego Voter Registration team uses Google Groups to send out volunteer emails. To receive these emails click HERE, and then click on "Join This Group."
San Diego Democracy For America Meetup (SD DFA) meeting. Wednesday, September 2nd, 7:00 - 8:45 pm (social at 6:00 pm). Councilmember Donna Frye will discuss issues before the SD City Council. At Giovanni's Restaurant, 9353 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, SD 92123 (Corner of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Ruffin Rd. across from Registrar of Voters). Info: Carol (858) 459-7044. or firstname.lastname@example.org.
San Diego County Democratic Central Committee meeting. Tuesday, September 15th, at 7:00 pm. In the Basement Conference Room of the State of California Building, 1350 Front St. (Corner of Ash and Front Streets). Note: Use Union Street entrance. MAP. Our meetings are open to the public and you are welcome to attend! Info.: 858.277.3367 or email@example.com.
Council of Clubs meeting. Saturday, September 19th, 10:00 am. Monthly meeting of Democratic Club leadership at SDCDP Headquarters, 8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., Ste. 108. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Naturalization Ceremony Voter Registration. Wednesday, September 23rd, from 10:10 am to noon. Volunteers are needed to help register newly naturalized citizens on Join the other volunteers at Golden Hall, Corner of 3rd and B Street. Parking at Horton Plaza. RSVP to Greg Bolan at email@example.com. Note: The San Diego Voter Registration team uses Google Groups to send out volunteer emails. To receive these emails click HERE, and then click on "Join This Group."
San Diego County Democratic Convention. Saturday, September 26th. In what promises to be San Diego's largest Democratic campaign event of the year, the daylong County Convention will feature workshops, policy forums, networking opportunities, and appearances by candidates for statewide and local office. For the first time, the San Diego County Democratic Party will be holding our convention jointly with the California Democratic Council, the statewide association of Democratic clubs and county committees. At the historic Naval Training Center Promenade in Point Loma. Online registration for the Convention will open in July. For more information contact the County Democratic Party at (858) 277-3367 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAN DIEGO FOOD CO-OPS:
Ocean Beach People's Organic Food Co-op
4765 Voltaire St.
San Diego, California 92107
Phone: (619) 224-1387
FAX: (619) 224-5089
Ocean Beach People's Organic Food Market is a member-owned vegetarian consumer co-op that has been serving the community since 1971. Originally a worker's collective, the cooperative has grown to include 6000 feet of retail space and more than 8000 member/owners. The Co-op offers an extensive selection of organic produce, grocery, dairy, and bulk foods and herbs, as well as vitamins and homeopathics, cruelty-free bodycare, and aromatherapy products. Enjoy a full service sit-down deli featuring a delicious selection of home-style vegetarian and vegan entrees, salads, sandwiches, freshly prepared baked goods, desserts, and more! At People's, San Diego's only community owned grocery store, we specialize in products that are organic, wholesome, minimally processed, cruelty-free, and environmentally safe.
They also have a good community events calendar.
The UCSD Food Coop
0323F Student Cooperative Center,
San Diego, California 92093
Phone: (619) 546-8339
I used to shop at this one way, way back when I went to UCSD. It was great then!
Since its introduction to the campus in 1978, the Food Co-op has committed itself to providing the UCSD community with a natural food alternative, as well as a resource for environmentally conscious products and information.
The Food Co-op carries a variety of food and non-food products ranging from baked goods, juices, sandwiches, fresh organic produce, macro-biotic and ethnic foods to cruelty-free cosmetics and environmentally safe cleaning agents. Many foods are stocked in bulk to reduce the price to the customer and the waste of packaging (please bring bags when buying!). Special orders can be made at discount prices (good for items not necessarily carried in the store, as well!).
Come in to shop, get informed, and/or volunteer as a general member of our store. For more information, call (858) 546-8339.
I will also point out some other UCSD co-ops that I liked when I was a student there.
The Ché Café
The Ché Café Collective is dedicated to providing cheap, healthy vegetarian food, all-ages entertainment, and alternative education. We have All-We-Can-Eat dinners every Thursday from 5 pm to 7 pm. Entertainment at the Ché ranges from poetry readings and plays to forums, or shows of local bands.
The Ché Café is surrounded by a grove of old eucalyptus trees and is next to the beautiful garden of the Farm Co-op. Tables and chairs inside and outside of the Ché and its close proximity to the Farm Co-op make it an inviting place to eat, study, or just hang out.
The Ché Café is open to having people come by and help out. The Café provides a great opportunity for people to get involved in the process of cooking, running a restaurant and/or putting on events at any level they feel comfortable at. Stop by or call us at (858) 534-2311.
(The Ché Café is located on the Revelle campus behind the Undergraduate library and down the hill from Stonehenge. We're the building with all the murals on it.) Read more about the Che Cafe Collective at its very own website: http://checafe.ucsd.edu/.
The General Store Co-op is a student-run store which was founded in 1980 to offer students a less expensive alternative to the high Price Center. [EDITOR'S NOTE: This is not quite right...the Price Center didn't even exist when the General Store was founded and greatly appreciated by students like myself.] As a student cooperative, we try to provide the University community with the best quality merchandise at the lowest prices. And we succeed! The General Store Co-op carries items such as selected essential school and office supplies, household and personal items, stationery and gift wrap, clothing (including UCSD logos), craft-center jewelry, and some food and snack items -- all of which range from 5-25% less than anywhere else on campus.
Students are generally most interested in the fact that we sell textbooks, which are guaranteed to cost less than at the UCSD bookstore. We also try to carry as many used texts as possible. Also, we buy back current editions year round. Stop by to check which classes' books we're carrying.
We encourage everyone to visit the General Store Co-op for our low prices and friendly service. Additionally, anyone is invited to come in and volunteer anytime as volunteers are the backbone of our organization. For further information or friendly help please feel free to call us at (858) 534-3932.