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Mix it Up on Valentine’s Day

Posted by novoscene on February 13, 2008

Want to get a window into who’s going to be running this city in 15 years? Swing by Arsimona on Thursday evening. You will meet activists, organizers, and many other people ready to discuss East Bay issues they care about. It’s Mix it Up East bay, and this time, the theme is increasing sustainable foods in urban areas. So get there early — these events get crowded — pick up your glass of wine, and settle down for presentations by People’s Grocery, Oakland Food Connection, and the Growing Youth project from the Alameda Point Collaborative.

When: February 14 between 6 pm and 9 pm
Where: Arsimona bar and lounge, 661 11th Street
How Much: Free
Questions? Call Emily at (510) 435-8248


One Response to “Mix it Up on Valentine’s Day”

  1. […] like, but I’m all for urban venues hosting events like this.  We’ll see who shows up – the announcement was posted yesterday. Anyway, I’ll be there, representin’. Want to get a window into […]

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