Salsa Sunday with the Elizabeth Taylor 50-Plus Network and Bridgemen at El Rio1537740000000

Join the Elizabeth Taylor 50-Plus Network and Bridgemen for an afternoon of live music, salsa dancing and snacks at El Rio’s Salsa Sunday—the longest running live salsa dance party in San Francisco.

All levels of salsa dancing experience welcome! Beginners are encouraged to join the free class at 3:15 pm.

Please Note: Live music will be loud for some. Please bring ear plugs if you may be bothered by loud music. This even is not apt for those with mobility issues

Location:
El Rio, 3158 Mission Street in San Francisco, accessible by BART 24th Mission and MUNI 24 bus)
Date: Sunday, September 23, 2018

Time: 3 pm – 8 pm

3:15 pm – 4 pm - free salsa class

4 – 8 pm – salsa band VISSION LATINA! Performs (https://www.facebook.com/VissionLatina/)

Please arrive before 6 pm for a free snack and a drink (non-alcoholic) tickets.

RSVP:
Entry fees are paid for the first 25 people who RSVP! PLEASE RSVP by Friday September 21 at 3 pm.
If you already RSVP with 50 Plus no need to RSVP here.

Questions?
Call Dusty, at[masked] – San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Theatre Rhino: Stroking & Munching1538240400000

Theatre Rhinoceros, the world’s oldest, continuously-producing, professional queer theater, was founded in San Francisco in August 1977 by the late Allan B. Estes, Jr. We are so fortunate to have this amazing, historic venue in our city!

In 2017, Theatre Rhino offered the Bridgemen free tickets to 3 plays in 2017 and 2 more plays (so far) in 2018 at the Eureka Theatre. And there’s more to come! We are VERY grateful for their generosity, and it’s time once again for us to pay back that generosity.

Due to the shortage of regular volunteers, the Theatre has fallen behind on some needed data entry. So the Bridgemen are going to pitch in and help them try to catch up. We’ll meet at San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s main office (1035 Market), nosh on some pizza and stroke, Stroke, STROKE those keyboards! Let’s show them how much we appreciate them!

Please wear a Bridgemen T-shirt if you have one. If you don’t yet have a Bridgemen T-shirt, please tell Alex your T-shirt size BEFORE 5 PM, 09/28/18, so that I know to bring one for you.

If you have questions about this event, please contact Bridgemen Coordinator Alex Ray here on Meetup by email at [masked] or by cell phone at[masked]. See you there!

Bridgemen Planning Group Meeting (@ 1035 MARKET, RM 2-C)1538618400000

PLEASE NOTE: WE'RE MEETING THIS MONTH AT 1035 MARKET, NOT AT STRUT.

Would you like to get more involved with Bridgemen on a deeper level? Would you like to help decide what community service projects we do? Is there a nonprofit that’s near and dear to your heart that you’d like to see us work with? If so, we would love to have you join us and hear your input!

The Bridgemen Planning Group is always looking for new ideas and fresh perspectives in helping us select our projects. Come join us for an evening at Strut, enjoy some food and share your ideas for projects we can get involved with.

Here are the general guidelines we follow for selecting service projects:

1. Events will be chosen at planning meetings through consensus, and any major concerns or objections from a Planning Group member will prevent a project from moving forward.
2. Every service project must have a designated Project Lead before it can be approved.
3. Bridgemen must always work in teams.
4. All events must allow for a minimum of 15 participants, and events with larger capacities will be prioritized over smaller ones.
5. Bridgemen must not be required to attend training on a different day than the actual event.
6. Bridgemen are not responsible for supplies and will not seek donation of supplies for events. The organization will be responsible for getting supplies.
7. Bridgemen will not register participants into a database for partnering organizations. Individuals are allowed to register with partnering organizations on their own.

Please RSVP so that we can get an accurate head count.

If you have questions about this event, please contact Bridgemen Coordinator Alex Ray here on Meetup or by email at [masked].

Compassion is Universal - Shanti Fundraiser1538695800000

Since its inception in 1974, Shanti Project has trained more than 18,000 individuals in the Bay Area and 600 organizations around the world in compassionately providing emotional and practical support to clients grappling with life-threatening illnesses and poverty. Through a continuum of services, Shanti strives to achieve the highest medical and quality of life outcomes for San Francisco’s most vulnerable.

Bridgemen will be assisting Shanti with their upcoming annual gala fundraiser, Compassion is Universal, which celebrates their 44th year of community work. Specifically, we will be helping them with registration.

Please wear a Bridgemen T-shirt if you have one. If you don’t yet have a Bridgemen T-shirt, please tell Alex your T-shirt size BEFORE 3 PM, 10/04/18, so that I know to bring one for you.

If you have questions about this event, please contact Bridgemen Coordinator Alex Ray here on Meetup by email at [masked] or by cell phone at[masked]. See you there!

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