What do you wish for?

Do you base our choices on what you want, or what you think you're supposed to want? Let yourself feel what you feel and want what you want, THEN engage your mind in the process. The best wishes are born from your heart.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Molly Blue Dawn's List of Events for the Week starting Wednesday, November 16, 2011

British Traditional Wicca 101, What Women Most Desire, The Poetics of Aging, Findhorn’s 49th Anniversary, Let Go of the Shore, A Tale of Two Genres, Evening with Owls, 13 Moon Introductory Series, The Magic of Co-Creation, Grow Your Own Food, Spirituality and Men, Fratello Marionettes and Asheba, Holistic Health and Psychic Fair, Dump the Stress in 10 Minutes or Less, Sacred Well Holiday Artisans Faire, Los Gatos Acupuncture and Qigong Center Open House, The Crimson Tarot, TELLABRATION!, Brass Farthing, Solace, Circle of Wise Women, The Story of Cosmetics, Soul Alignment, Commonweal Garden Tour, Henna-World, Tea and Chanting with Rabbit, Indigenous People's Sunrise Gathering

British Traditional Wicca 101
with Lady Argante
Wednesday, November 16, 7:00-9:00PM, and 4 more Wednesdays through December 14
The Sacred Well, 536 Grand Avenue, Oakland, 510-444-9355
$10 per class

“Lady Argante, a third-degree Gardnerian Elder and the High Priestess of the Coven Daoine Sidhe, comes to The Sacred Well to offer a class that will provide students with a spiritual and practical introduction to Wicca from a British Traditional perspective.

This 14-week course includes an introduction to British Traditional Wicca's history, cosmology and Wheel of the Year; meditations on the Goddess, the God, and the four elements; basic magical ethics and methods; and informal rituals for Samhain and Yule.

Class space is limited, so call The Sacred Well today at 510-444-9355 to sign up for the entire course, or for any individual class.”

What Women Most Desire: Two Plays from Chaucer
Wednesday-Thursday, November 16-17, 8:00PM - final week!
Alcove Theater, 414 Mason Street, 5th Floor, San Francisco

“What Women Most Desire
Shipman’s Tale: A musical bedroom farce
Wife of Bath’s Tale: On management of husbands - of which she has had 5!!

Two of Chaucer’s most delightful tales - yes, in Modern English, so fear not, Lords and Ladies! Ah, marriage! Learn some tricks of the trade from experts in the marital arts, from those who know how to get exactly what they want. Women, ever wonder how to get what you want from the man in your life? Come find out. And men, do you wonder at that eternal mystery: but what exactly DO all women want? There is an answer to that question, too, and you’ll find out what it is at What Women Most Desire!

The mission of Geoffrey Chaucer & Co. is to bring the riches and depth of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and related works to the widest audiences possible through performances that exemplify the highest artistic qualities.
Geoffrey Chaucer & Co. is a not-for-profit organization.”

The Poetics of Aging
Towards a New Understanding of the Many Verses in Life
Wednesday-Saturday, November 16-19
First Unitarian Universalist Church, 1187 Franklin Street, San Francisco
See website for registration details

“AgeSong Institute, in collaboration with leading Bay Area universities and organizations, has organized a four-day get-together for people who are interested in exploring the beauty and depth of life at any stage and age. The conference mission is to counter the mainstream understanding of aging as decline and/or disease with a more expansive, humanistic, and creative vision and approach.”

Findhorn’s 49th Anniversary
Thursday, November 17

Findhorn is an intentional community that was started unintentionally - 3 adults lost their jobs and went to live with their children in a trailer on a patch of gravel in a desolate place.  They followed their inner guidance, each in different ways, and created their own soil, planted a garden to feed themselves, and found that their garden grew into a miracle.  Today, remember that whatever you can’t find in the world around you, you have a greater treasure within you!

Findhorn spokesperson Yvonne Cuneo says:
“On November 17 it will be the community's 49th birthday - let's all celebrate the birth of a community which, through all the delights and challenges of its growth, has bravely supported a way of life which is heart-centred, connected to all of life and inspired from within. Something to be proud of!”

Let Go of the Shore:
Stories and Songs that Set the Spirit Free
with Karen Drucker
Thursday, November 17, 7:30PM
East West Bookstore, 324 Castro Street, Mountain View
Free, but please RSVP to 650-988-9800

“Struggling musician, wedding singer, musical comedienne, garage organizer, competitive swimmer. Karen Drucker has been all of these and more, in her urge to grow and evolve. She will share songs and stories from her book Let Go of the Shore: Stories and Songs that Set the Spirit Free, and lead a group discussion about some of the ways we can help our spirits find freedom. The evening will be full of insight, inspiration and lots of laughter!”

The Un-Scripted Theater Company presents:
A Tale of Two Genres
November 17 - December 21
SF Playhouse, Stage 2, 533 Sutter Street, San Francisco
see website for detailed schedule and ticket information

“The Un-Scripted Theater Company is reprising 2010's successful improvised musical, A Tale of Two Genres, performed in the style of the audience's choice - as if written by Charles Dickens. The audience supplies the genre: it could be a post-apocalyptic drama, a western on the American prairie, a Tarantino heist story, or whatever else strikes their fancy. The Un-Scripted Theater Company uses that genre to improvise a full-length musical, as filtered through an absurd, complex, Victorian world, with quirky characters and sly narration that Dickens himself might have created.”

Evening with Owls
Friday, November 18, 6:00-9:30PM
Mill Valley Community Center, 180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley

“Evening With Owls Is Presented by The Hungry Owl Project

The Evening With Owls is not only a fundraiser for HOP's much needed and ever-expanding project, but it is also a way for us all to enjoy an evening in the presence and magical spirit of owls.This year's presentation will feature lectures by Walter Crawford, Director of the World Bird Sanctuary, and Joe Mueller, Biology Instructor at the College of Marin. Buffet dinner and beverages will be served.”

13 Moon Introductory Series
Friday, November 18, 7:00-9:00PM (and the third Friday of every month)
Aphrodite’s Closet, 1201 Park Street, Alameda
Please call 510-521-3313 to pay and reserve your space

“Learn more about the 13 archetypes of the Divine Feminine and how to live and be seen as the Goddess you are! Go away with practical ways to connect with your authentic Divine self. This is a bite-sized taste of the 13 Moon Mystery School's journey into the Divine Feminine. Come add YOUR magic to the mix!”  

The Magic of Co-Creation: Building Power in Groups
with Starhawk
hosted by Wishing Well Productions and Harmony Events
Friday, November 18, 7:30-10:00PM
Subud Center, 234 Hutchins Avenue, Sebastopol
$15 in advance, $20 at the door

“Let’s use this powerful time as we come together in full force powerfully and wisely!

From Cairo to Wall Street, all over the world people are coming together to create change, organizing without top-down leadership or hierarchies. In thousands of voluntary groups everywhere, people work together to create everything from community gardens to media to new ways of living. Such circles can be enormously creative and empowering, but they can also be cumbersome and frustrating. Yet when they work well, they liberate our imagination and change the world.
In her latest book, The Empowerment Manual, A Guide for Collaborative Groups,Starhawk draws on four decades of experience in circles and collectives to show us how to foster connection, clear communication and positive power in ourselves and our groups.
In this workshop, we will use the tools of magic, meditation, trance, and ritual to explore issues of personal and social power. We'll look at ways to create nurturing and healing group structures, to deal with difficult people and embrace constructive conflict. We'll raise and focus group energy to celebrate our connectedness and nurture resilient communities that can be joyful and effective agents of change.”

Transgender Day of Remembrance
Saturday, November 20

local event in Oakland: Friday, November 18, 7:30-9:30PM
Preservation Park, 1233 Preservation Park Way, Oakland

“The Transgender Day of Remembrance was set aside to memorialize those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice. The event is held in November to honor Rita Hester, whose murder on November 28th, 1998 kicked off the “Remembering Our Dead” web project and a San Francisco candlelight vigil in 1999. Rita Hester’s murder - like most anti-transgender murder cases - has yet to be solved.
Although not every person represented during the Day of Remembrance self-identified as transgender - that is, as a transsexual, crossdresser, or otherwise gender-variant - each was a victim of violence based on bias against transgender people.
We live in times more sensitive than ever to hatred based violence, especially since the events of September 11th. Yet even now, the deaths of those based on anti-transgender hatred or prejudice are largely ignored. Over the last decade, more than one person per month has died due to transgender-based hate or prejudice, regardless of any other factors in their lives. This trend shows no sign of abating.
The Transgender Day of Remembrance serves several purposes. It raises public awareness of hate crimes against transgender people, an action that current media doesn’t perform. Day of Remembrance publicly mourns and honors the lives of our brothers and sisters who might otherwise be forgotten. Through the vigil, we express love and respect for our people in the face of national indifference and hatred. Day of Remembrance reminds non-transgender people that we are their sons, daughters, parents, friends and lovers. Day of Remembrance gives our allies a chance to step forward with us and stand in vigil, memorializing those of us who’ve died by anti-transgender violence.”

“13th Annual International Transgender Day Of Remembrance
Friday, Nov 18, Preservation Park, Oakland
Unfortunately, it is that time of the year for TransVision to plan the 13th Annual International Transgender Day of Remembrance ceremony. An open to all county wide event will be held in Oakland on Friday, Nov 18, Preservation Park, Oakland, CA. Doors will open at 7 PM and the event will start at 7:30 and is free and open to the community.
This event is an emotional but necessary memorial to plan; any and all input into making it a respectful event is greatly appreciated.”

Grow Your Own Food
with Carey Craddock
Saturday, November 19, 10:00AM-12:00PM
Garden for the Environment, 7th Avenue at Lawton Street, San Francisco

“Year-round vegetable gardening is integral to creating a food system whose values reflect seasonality, locality and clean food.  To take full advantage of the unique gardening climate in San Francisco, it’s important to know your vegetable garden’s needs each month.  Join GFE and guest instructor Carey Craddock as we take a closer look at what to do in your garden in November to ensure you reap a harvest that will afford you Victory Gardener status.  This month will focus on taking advantage of the rainy season by planting winter crops like onions, garlic and edible perennials, as well as a tour of what’s growing at the GFE in November.  Join us on the 3rd Saturday of every month to learn seasonal tips for year-round vegetable garden!  Bring on the bounty! ”

Thanks to Pixie for letting me know about this event!

Spirituality and Men
Saturday, November 19, 10:00AM-3:00PM
Anubhuti Retreat Center
Free, please register at the website below
Men only

“Spirituality and Men is a self-development forum for men aiming to explore the spirit of man through informative dialogue, honest interaction and the silence of meditation. They are run by men for men of all backgrounds who are interested in exploring their inner spirit.

These circles meet quarterly and provide men a safe and harmonious opportunity for discussing and sharing ideas and feelings around a variety of topics relevant to the challenges they face in a rapidly changing world. The meetings feature guest speakers followed by an interactive workshop which includes readings, music, silent reflection and guided meditation.

Includes wholesome and delicious vegetarian lunch

All workshops and retreats at Anubhuti are made possible by the generosity and contributions of the participants. Please check with our staff for details.”

Fratello Marionettes and Asheba
part of the Patchwork Series
Saturday, November 19, 11:00AM
Freight and Salvage Coffee House, 2020 Addison Street, Berkeley, 510-644-2020
$8.00 in advance, $9.00 at the door

“Don’t miss the November edition of our Saturday morning Patchwork Series of kids’ concerts, a special treat featuring the astounding Fratello Marionettes and the Bay Area’s beloved Trinidad-born musical storyteller, Asheba.

You may have caught one of their ultra-popular performances in local libraries or art festivals, in which case you already know it: run, don’t walk to see the Fratello Marionettes work their magic! Using the traditional American “cabaret style” of manipulation (in which the puppeteer performs in full view of the audience), Kevin Menegus and Fred C. Riley III write and perform with intricately handcrafted marionettes in shows geared for children of all ages. Today’s performance, set to Camille Saint-Saens’ fanciful Carnival of the Animals, interweaves three classic fables, “The Three Little Pigs,” “The Tortoise and the Hare,” and “The Ugly Duckling.”

Asheba is a musical storyteller who specializes in calypso, the musical and folkloric oral tradition of his homeland, Trinidad. Stories of hope and happiness are the focus of his songs, which range from original lullabies to up-tempo tunes to remakes of classics such as “Itsy Bitsy Spider” and “You Are My Sunshine.” Any Asheba show also features children and parents alike joyfully singing, clapping, and dancing along! Now based in Oakland, Asheba has been performing at children's play spaces, museums, schools, hospitals, and festivals for the past 11 years.”

Holistic Health and Psychic Fair
Saturday, November 19, 11:00AM-6:00PM (and the third Saturday of each month)
Firefly Willows, 111 Main Street, Los Altos, 650-947-9300

"We invite you to join us for a day of healing, insight and fun!  The best readers & practitioners available for you in all one place.
Free Presentations  
Animal and Pet Readings  
Chair Massage
Shamanic Guidance
And much more...
There will be raffles along with all kinds of goodies from books to stones and crystals to jewelry to natural body products. Come get your cards read by trained tarot readers, talk with holistic health professionals offering a range of different services and enjoy a great atmosphere. You might even meet new friends!”

Dump the Stress in 10 Minutes or Less
An Introductory Workshop to Meditation
presented by Donna Rowe and Celina Trevino
Saturday, November 19, 12:00-2:00PM
Julie’s Coffee and Tea Garden, 1223 Park Street, Alameda, 510-865-2385
$35 - class size is limited.  To reserve your space, call Donna Rowe at 510-453-0165

“Get rid of Monkey Mind and gain control of your life.

Increase your energy and vitality
Feel more at ease and self confident
Increase awareness, intuition and make better decisions
Learn the ABC's of setting up your own meditation space

In this two hour workshop,  you will learn techniques you can use immediately and implement through the holiday season.  Designed for you to easily incorporate meditation into your daily lifestyle.

Donna Rowe has been teaching meditation for ten years and practicing meditation for twenty years. She is a healer who uses her intuitive gifts to help people reconnect to their own internal guidance system. She is also a Certified Massage Therapist /Holistic Educator and Hypnotherapist. She recently created a blog called Soul Sight, in which she shares her own experience about psychic awareness, meditation and divine inspiration.

Celina Trevino, D.O.M.T.P. (Can), C.S.P. is a Canadian trained Osteopath and Certified Shiatsu Practitioner.  She is excited to bring to people what is an essential component of a balanced life: meditation or a spiritual practice. She has been practicing inside the Alameda Athletic Club since 2005.”

Sacred Well Holiday Artisans Faire
Saturday, November 19, 12:00-5:00PM
The Sacred Well, 536 Grand Avenue, Oakland, 510-444-9355

“Have you ever noticed that locally produced, handmade goods are the best gifts? Those special items that your family and friends keep talking about for years? Join us as we welcome some of our favorite artisans for our first annual Sacred Well Holiday Artisans Faire! Three Saturdays in November from Noon until 6pm, you'll have the chance to meet local artists and vendors as well as pick up some wonderfully unique holiday gifts! Each week we'll host a new group of artisans, so be sure to stop in!

Ars Fabrica
Homemade jam and preserves, knit and crocheted items, incense, and assorted artisanal objets d'art

From the Fig Tree
Handmade textile items and bath products

Stars in Jars
Personal and environmental gem and flower essences and sprays

Los Gatos Acupuncture and Qigong Center Open House
Saturday, November 19, 12;00-6:00PM
Los Gatos Acupuncture and Qigong Center, 761 University Ave, Suite A, Los Gatos
Free, but please RSVP at the Eventbrite link below

“Enter a drawing for prizes - all proceeds are for Kiwi, a little girl with a rare form of brain cancer First prize: a beautiful Tibetan Pink Crystal Salt Lamp
Free 'Introduction to Qigong' class - come and see if Qigong is right for you - 30 minute mini-classes at 1 PM, 3 PM and 5 PM
Discounted Qigong DVD's
Free Chair Massage and discounts for future massages!
Lecture on adaptogenic and 'Emperor' Herbs with Adam Atman L.Ac. - come find out about this amazing class of herbs which intelligently adapt to your body's needs - free samples! 2 PM
Free pulse reading and Chinese medicine diagnosis and mini treatments.
Come and find out what this medicine can tell you about yourself and how it can help you
Discounts for future treatment
For Foodies - Lecture with Eriko on easy-to-make tasty, gluten and dairy free meals!
Drinks and Snacks!  Free fresh coconut juice and green tea matcha drinks and delicious raw food snacks
Tibetan Pink Crystal Salt Lamps - on sale at very reduced prices for this Open House”

The Crimson Tarot: The Fool's Journey
Art Show opening
Saturday, November 19, 6:00-8:00PM  
The Sacred Well, 536 Grand Avenue, 510-444-9355
Donations gratefully accepted

“Oakland artist Kirsten Desdemona Bramstedt brings her The Crimson Tarot series of mixed media collages based on the 22 Major Arcana of the Tarot to The Sacred Well.

The Crimson Tarot features cards of the 22 Major Arcana, which represent cosmic principals with symbols that serve as guidance to help the viewer find self-knowledge and a connection to Divine Source.

‘It is my hope that in viewing The Crimson Tarot that the viewer will not only enjoy the visual richness, but will learn about themselves and perhaps be guided in their own spiritual growth.’”

Saturday, November 19, 7:00PM
Palo Alto Church of Christ, 3373 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto
$10 suggested donation, no one turned away for lack of funds

“Southbay Storytellers and Listeners invites you to our 20th Annual
TELLABRATION! A Worldwide Storytelling Event

Featuring favorite regional and local storytellers bringing stories for ages 9-99 in an autumn olio.”

“TELLABRATION! is a worldwide benefit evening of storytelling. It creates a network of storytelling enthusiasts bonded together in spirit at the same time and on the same weekend.”

Brass Farthing
in concert
Saturday, November 19, 8:00PM
Occidental Center for the Arts, 3850 Doris Murphy Court, Occidental

“You're sure to leave this concert with a smile on your face and in good cheer.  Winners of the SF Harmony Sweepstakes A Cappella Festival, and proceeding to place third in this competition nationally, there is no question we have caught up with these 'gents as they are gaining larger acclaim.  With a program including songs called "Itches in me Britches, God Bless the Human Elbow, and I Love You More Than Beer," this show features fun with outstanding musicianship.  Heck, they've even thrown in some mandolin playing to go with!

Brass Farthing is a group of stalwart lads brought together to sing songs, raise good cheer, and otherwise make merry in the company of friends both old and new. We take our inspiration from many periods and enjoy performing historical, traditional, and contemporary compositions in traditional styles.”

If you’ve enjoyed listening to several well-dressed gentlemen singing about beer and dead dogs at the Dickens Fair, then you already love Brass Farthing!

Circle of Wise Women: Ayurveda and the Flow of Life
with Dr. Jay Apte
Sunday, November 20, 10:00AM-3:00PM
Anubhuti Meditation and Retreat Center, 820 Bel Marin Keys Boulevard, Novato, 415-884-2314
Free, please register at the website below
Women only

Inspired by her grandmother at an early age in the village where she grew up in India, Dr. Jay was encouraged to pursue her childhood dream of going into the healing arts. In her extensive schooling and experience, she learned that Ayurveda is not a medicine, it is a way of healthy life and how the flow of natural energies govern all the systems in our body to create harmony at the body-Mind-Spirit level. With enthusiasm, she willingly passes along to all the wisdom she learned from her grandmother, from Ayurvedic school, and her many years of working with all generations.

Dr. Jay Apte, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery, MS, is a highly experienced, India trained Ayurveda practitioner for over 30 years. She has an integrated degree in Allopathic and Ayurvedic Medicine from Pune University in India. She also has a Master's degree in bio-medical sciences (Pharmacology) and has completed coursework for a Masters degree in Nutritional Sciences from UC Berkeley. She is an entrepreneur and has started various Ayurvedic businesses including Ayurvedic Wellness Center, Ayurveda academies, Herbal Care - first company to manufacture Ayurvedic Herbal supplements in the U.S., and AyurFoods - world's first manufacturer of delicious and tasty, holistic and healthy Ayurvedic foods. She is currently a board member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA).

We invite all women to participate in Circle of Wise Women. We meet once every quarter with a different guest facilitator covering various spiritual themes.

Includes wholesome and delicious vegetarian lunch.

All workshops and retreats at Anubhuti are made possible by the generosity and contributions of the participants. Please check with our staff for details.”

The Story of Cosmetics
a Story of Stuff event
Sunday, November 20, 10:30AM-12:30PM
The Red Tent, 15495 Los Gatos Boulevard, Suite C, Los Gatos, 408-365-4905
Please RSVP/register at the website below
http://www.storyofstuff.com/cosmetics (site plays sound automatically)

“Come and join us for a FUN and INFORMATIONAL event!

You will view The Story of Cosmetics, discuss what cosmetics are safe or not, and also learn how to do a facial on yourself using products that will be provided.

Women are invited to bring in their favorite cosmetic product to explore the ingredients and better understand the safety in the cosmetic products that they are currently using.

Safe & non-toxic Cosmetic Products will be available for purchase.

This is truly an amazing event. One that you do not want to miss! Not only is it important for your own personal health and well-being, but for all of those who you will help inform once you have learned about the safety of the products we use.

Register early as space is limited!”

Soul Alignment
with Storm Faerywolf
Sunday, November 20, 1:00-3:00PM
The Mystic Dream, 1437 N Broadway, Walnut Creek, 925-933-2342
$30 - Register early! Seating limited to 6 participants!
Please pre-register by phone or at the website below

“Know Thyself in All Your Parts...It is a recurring theme in many cultures that humans possess multiple layers of soul. When we bring these into alignment we have deeper access to our own divine nature and are better able to bring our desires into manifestation. We will discuss each of the different parts of the human soul, how to access them, and how they work together.

Storm Faerywolf is a certified Reiki Master/Teacher and one of the owners of The Mystic Dream. He has been practicing Reiki for over 13 years and offers Reiki sessions and attunements at the store on Fridays and Saturdays by arrangement. Please call 925-933-2342 to register or to make a private appointment.”

Commonweal Garden Tour
Sunday, November 20, 1:00-4:00PM
Commonweal Garden Regenerative Design Institute, Bolinas, 415-868-9681
(exact location given with registration)
$10 per person, kids free. Fee waived for those who are unable to pay.

“Here's a great opportunity if you've been interested in visiting Commonweal Garden and learning more about Permaculture.

James Stark will educate and inspire as he takes you through our 17-acre farm nestled on the edge of Pt Reyes National Park. He will guide you through features like our on-contour production garden, cob constructions, chickens and goats, heirloom orchard, grey water systems, passive solar camp showers, production greenhouse, yurt classroom, and more.
As you tour these features, James will highlight how permaculture principals can be applied in your own life to create sustainable and regenerative home and community environments.”

with Kamala
Monday, November 21, 10:00AM-1:00PM
The Red Tent, 15495 Los Gatos Boulevard, Suite C, Los Gatos, 408-365-4905
$20 deposit required to reserve a time slot, Henna body art starting at $40
Please RSVP/register at the website below,
Please call 408-365-4905 to reserve an appointment time

“This is a perfect opportunity to get a beautiful Henna Tattoo just before the holidays. Come by yourself or with a friend and enjoy the beauty of traditional Mehndi.”

Tea and Chanting with Rabbit
Tuesday, November 22, (and the fourth Tuesday of each month)
Meet for tea at 7:30PM, chanting begins at 8:00PM for 30 minutes
The Sacred Well, 536 Grand Avenue, Oakland, 510-444-9355
$5 suggested donation

“Join Rabbit for an evening of "the herbal and the verbal." After sharing information about this month's unique, delicious herbal tea, and explaining this month's mantra, we will chant for approximately 30-50 minutes.  

Beginners are always welcome at every class. Join us to drop in, center, and recharge your batteries!”

Indigenous People's Sunrise Gathering
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Alcatraz - boat leaves from Pier 33, San Francisco

“Please note that there are no regular Alcatraz tours offered on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2011. All participants in the Indigenous People’s Sunrise Gathering must return to Pier 33 Alcatraz Landing on the last boat, which will depart Alcatraz Island at approximately 8:45am.
This is a one day event. Boats will depart Pier 33 every 15 minutes from 4:45am to 6:00am. The Indigenous People’s Sunrise Gathering is a commemoration of the 1969-71 occupation of Alcatraz by the Indians of All Tribes.

Purchase and print tickets on the web. Tickets can also be purchased by calling 415-981-7625 or from the Ticket Booth at Pier 33 Alcatraz Landing. The ticket booth opens at 4:15 am on Thursday, November 24, 2011. Tickets are $14.00 per person. Children under 5 years of age are free.

There is absolutely no sale of merchandise of any kind allowed on Alcatraz Island, at Pier 33 Alcatraz Landing, or on the side walk outside of Alcatraz Landing.”

Thanks to Leticia for letting me know about this event!

Have a Desirable, Poetic, Soulful Week!

Molly Blue Dawn

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