SEPTEMBER 2010 Events Calendar

SEPTEMBER 2010 Events Calendar

(Printed calendars coming soon)

Join us for these events in September! We’re always always in need of volunteers and donations as well.

If your group needs meeting or an event space contact us at infofosho@gmail.com. If you’re an artist, we got lots of room for creating…

SEPTEMBER 2010

Wed. 1st – DIY Silkscreening & Art Night: T-shirt printing, stenciling, button making & much more! 6:30PM
Bring a shirt or material to screen.

Thurs. 2nd – Movie Night: “Princess Mononoke” – 7PM
Princess Mononoke is a fantasy adventure, the story of an epic struggle between humanity and nature.

Fri. 3th – Volunteer Meeting/Anartea – 6:30PM
Learn how you can get involved with this community space.

Sun. 5th – Workers Study Group – 4PM – 6PM
Discussion of Karl Marx’s “Capital” Volume 1 Chapter 1.
*Please read the first chapter if you plan on attending*
*Online version of text can be found at, http://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1867-c1/ch01.htm

Wed. 8th – DIY Silkscreening & Art Night: T-shirt printing, stenciling, button making & much more! 6:30PM
Bring a shirt or material to screen.

Thurs. 9th – Movie Night: “Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance” – 7PM
On a July day in 1990, a confrontation propelled Native issues in Kanehsatake and the village of Oka, Quebec, into the international spotlight. Director Alanis Obomsawin spent 78 nerve-wracking days and nights filming the armed stand-off between the Mohawks, the Quebec police and the Canadian army.

Fri. 10th – Volunteer Meeting/Anartea – 6:30PM

Sun. 12th – Free Free Market! – 11AM – 2PM

Wed. 15th – DIY Silkscreening & Art Night: T-shirt printing, stenciling, button making & much more! 6:30PM
Bring a shirt or material to screen.

Thurs. 16th – Movie Night: Noho Hewa: The Wrongful Occupation of Hawaii – 7PM
This documentary is a contemporary look at Hawaiian people, politics and resistance in the face of their systematic erasure under U.S. laws, economy, militarism, and real estate speculation. It is a raw, unscripted story that makes critical links between seemingly unrelated industries, and is told from the perspective of Hawaiians.

Fri. 17th – Volunteer Meeting/Anartea – 6:30PM

Sat. 18th – Bike ‘N Skate in Movie! & All Ages Show – Starts at 6:30PM
Movie: “SPIRITED AWAY” – BYOPC (Bring your own Popcorn)
Bands: TOWARDIS, MANDINGO EL GUAPO + MORE! ($3 admission for show)

Sun. 19th – Open Mic – 6:30PM

Wed. 22th – DIY Silkscreening & Art Night: T-shirt printing, stenciling, button making & much more! 6:30PM
Bring a shirt or material to screen.

Thurs. 23rd – Movie Night: “Kamikaze Girls” – 7PM
Momoko is an ordinary girl, living an ordinary life. Ordinary, that is, if you define ordinary as wearing elaborate Lolita dresses from the Rococo period in 18th Century France. However, when punk girl and self-styled ‘Yanki’ Ichiko comes calling, her days as ‘ordinary’ are most certainly numbered…

Fri. 24th – Volunteer Meeting/Anartea – 6:30PM

Sun. 26th — Alternative Flea Market – 1-5PM
DIY and recycled arts and crafts.  Interesting, new funky, creative, used. Vendors welcome!

Sept. 28th – Rootbeer & Revolution – 6:30PM – 8PM
All ages discussion. $3 admission includes one rootbeer.

Wed. 29th – DIY Silkscreening & Art Night: T-shirt printing, stenciling, button making & much more! 6:30PM
Bring a shirt or material to screen.

Thurs. 30th – Movie Night: “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” – 7PM
A transexual punk rock girl from East Berlin tours the US with her rock band as she tells her life story and follows the ex-boyfriend/bandmate who stole her songs.

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