Tenant Rights Bootcamp For NOPA: Here 6 p.m. Tuesday June 24 & Wednesday, June 25

Tenant Rights Bootcamps are a neighborhood-by-neighborhood effort to empower renters to stand up to speculators and prevent displacement. Featuring tenant rights expert Dean Preston, the bootcamps provide an opportunity for renters to learn their rights and ways to organize and fight back.
 Dean Peterson writes in Beyond Chron: 

Rather than just asking tenants to come to large, centralized events or offices, we could take know-your-rights training and counseling services to where they lived at the neighborhood level—at cafes, libraries, and community centers. And we could do it throughout the City. Thus launched the Tenant Rights Bootcamps, a pilot project of the San Francisco Tenants Union. We’ve now spent the past month holding workshops, it’s safe to say we’ve struck a chord in our city’s renter community.” More 
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Feb. 15: Spirituality for Children & Families

For child centered church for kids and families, visit Spirit Village 9 am. At Spirit Village, we invite children to use their senses to explore their emerging faith, wonder, discover and share experiences of God in community. We recommend Spirit Village is recommended for children under 10 and welcome  individuals on the Autism spectrum and those with special needs. We offer children older than 10 the opportunity to help with our 10:10 worship service. Best for children under 10, welcomes individuals on the autism spectrum. Info: Fr. Tom • fr.tom@stcypriansf.org or here online.

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Feb. 6: Free First Friday Jazz Jam & Azure Family Night

Join us Friday night, Feb, 6 for a  free evening of jazz hosted by piano virtuoso Stephen Prutsman. You can bring a chart and play along or sing or just sit in the audience and enjoy. Downstairs – Azure party tailored for kids on the autism spectrum or similar neurodiversities & their families. Info: • fr.tom@stcypriansf.org Presented by St. Cyprian’s & ARC