LA Green Drinkers,
Don't forget about the magazine launch party for GOOD magazine this Saturday the 16th! $20 admission will you get you one year of GOOD (six issues) plus admission to the launch party and free drinks. All $20 goes to one of six nonprofit partners that you get to select. very cool.
More details below-
Next Thursday is another adventure at the Silver Lake green drinks, beware the flying garlic.
You can read a humorous report on the incident at Sludgie.com
Greening Los Angeles, One Vodka Martini At A Time
The Silver Lake Greendrinks is at its new venue at the Mixville bar.
The Mixville bar is located in the back patio of the Edendale Grill 2838 Rowena Avenue in Silver Lake.
Nancy Whalen and Elizabeth Zampolli will be there as the Green Drinks organizers.
LA Green Drinks - Silverlake
Thursday, September 21th, 2006
Mixville Bar (back patio of the Edendale Grill)
2838 Rowena Avenue
Los Angeles, CA
If anyone wants to bring literature to promote their green issue
please do so-
we will have an area for brochures, business cards, etc.
We will also take back any extra literature back and bring them to the next Green Drinks.
The main thing is just to relax and have a good time.
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LA Green Drinks - Culver City is 1st Thursday of every month.
LA Green Drinks - Silver Lake is 3rd Thursday of every month.
Next LA Green Drinks is in Culver City Thursday, October 5th.
GOOD MAGAZINE LAUNCH PARTY
We’re celebrating the launch of our magazine in LA on Saturday, September 16th. The party's downtown at St. Vibiana's, an old cathedral that's been converted into an amazing event space. Just added an incredible band from New Orleans – Big Sam’s Funky Nation (http://www.bigsamsfunkynation.com/).
Go here to RSVP and get your name on the list:
This party’s 21+ and for subscribers only, so please subscribe before you RSVP.
Space is limited, so RSVP now.
If you haven't subscribed yet, go here first:
For $20, you get you one year of GOOD (six issues) plus admission to the launch party and free drinks. All $20 goes to one of our nonprofit partners.
"Who Killed the Electric Car?"
chronicles the life and mysterious death of the GM EV1, examining its cultural and economic ripple effects and how they reverberated through the halls of government and big business.
"An Inconvenient Truth "
Don't miss the best synopsis of man made Global Warming to date-
and bring a skeptic.
Sustainable Transportation Club
Santa Monica City Council Meeting -Activist alert
Land use and Circulation Issues
This meeting will go over the working goals to guide
"Shape the Future" and the "Motion by the Ocean" projects.
This is what will determine the future of bicycle and related uses in
September 26th, Santa Monica City Council Chambers, City Hall,
1685 Main Street. Santa Monica.
This will set the direction for the next twenty years.
Upcoming courses and events:
September 19th: Green Apartment Open House
Other Upcoming Fall Courses:
Permaculture Design Certification Course with Larry Santoyo
For More Information or to RSVP for any of the Courses or Events, Please Contact:
Sustainable Business Training at the UCLA Faculty Center
Communicating Sustainability – Mon Sept 18
Green Business Boot Camp – Tue-Thurs, Sept 19-21
Sustainable Banking and Green Building Finance – Fri Sept 22
Greenopia, the Urban Dweller's Guide to Green Living, is seeking information on L.A.-area festivals and events where we may promote our guide via tabling and sponsorship. We are specifically looking for larger festivals and events between now and October, but are open to information that falls outside of those parameters.
If your organization is hosting or participating in an event that would be a good fit for Greenopia, please contact Elektra Grant at email@example.com
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