The Potrero Dogpatch Merchants Association (PDMA) is made up of
from Potrero and Dogpatch. We represent an eclectic mix of food and drink, salons, spas, healers, shopping, schools, business services, entertainment and more.
Free Recology Zero Waste Consultation
5 Acupuncture Treatments for $30 Each
50% Off Weight Loss
Car Care Club Save $400
GET BUGGED! At the Insect Discovery Lab - 20%
Locals $10 off Introductory Coupon
Monday Happy Hour Special 4:30pm to 7:00pm
15% Off Fridays- Stock up on Groceries
$10 Day Pass at NextSpace Potrero Hill
PDMA members receive 15% off with Events by Collet...
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2015 MEMBER DIRECTORY
Parent Workshop: Managing Sibling Relationships 02...
Parent Workshop: Managing Sibling Relationships 02/10 What does it mean to be a "brother" or "sister?" Now that #2 (or 3) has arrived and everyone has adjusted to another person in the house, how do you support the sibling relationship as your children continue to grow? Join Aki Raymer of Parenting Paths to uncover how to best manage the relationships of your multiple-aged children. Get tips about quality time, responsibilities and expectations, resolving fights, and approaching each child in the best way for their developmental stage. Advance Sign-Ups Required $28 member/$48 member couple $38 non-member?$58 non-member couple Visit) 470 Carolina Street, San Francisco, CA 94107 T) 415 701-7529 E) email@example.com
Celebrate Chinese New Year Celebration with ACTCM!
Celebrate Chinese New Year Celebration with ACTCM! Start the Year of the Sheep off right with a holistic celebration full of Chinese medicine! Join us for the festivities including: – Chinese lion dancers performing @ noon – Complimentary massage and ear acupuncture treatments – Holistic health talks – Medicinal herb garden tours – Sheep crafts and a sheep themed photo booth – Live music, free food and more! The festivities take place in the ACTCM clinic parking lot. Happy Sheep Year!
The SF Blind Cafe dining in dark is back!
Tickets here Ever DINE IN THE DARK? Ever dine in the dark and raise money for seeing eye organizations, mingle with dogs in training to be worker dogs, enjoy wine and chocolate and amazing vegetarian food? The SF Blind Cafe location: St Aidan's Church February 5,6, 7 Media about the most recent event by Exquise Magazine website: www.theblindcafe.com Tickets here * Interested in voiunteering for complimentary admission? email firstname.lastname@example.org PURPOSE: The Blind Cafe seeks to build and strengthen relationships in the community. Our mission is sustain an organization that supports and creates a deeper understanding of community, that inspires people to think differently and re-look at how they relate with themselves and others. To partner with organizations and business's to provide community awareness and entertainment for the community. To provide a unique opportunity for the blind and sighted parts of our community to come together in discussion. To develop a deeper sense of appreciation and compassion for people unlike ourselves. To re-teach people how to listen to live music and themselves again with the distraction of cell phones, social etiquette and visual conditioning. To deliver unique and inspiring experiences in the pitch dark nationally and internationally. Using the concept of darkness, we create innovative and imaginative events to challenge and to inspire people to become more of themselves. We are passionate about discovering new perspectives and innovating new ways of experiencing the world around us, and we want to share this with you. To establish The Blind Café as a financially & emotionally sustainable organization. The Blind Cafe is a fiscally sponsored organization under the 501(c)3 of The Boulder County Arts Alliance. A Boulder, Colorado-based organization, we deliver unique and inspiring experiences in the pitch dark nationally and internationally. We are a group of inspired artists, volunteers, musicians & social entrepreneurs, sighted and blind, working together to strengthen community and create positive social change via the Arts & Business.
Press Release: SFCDMA & ProLocal to Spotlight SF '...
San Francisco Council of District Merchants Associations Partners with ProLocal to Spotlight Hidden SF Neighborhoods Local merchants association organizer ProLocal is partnering with San Francisco Council of District Merchants Associations (SFCDMA) on a promotional campaign called “Into the 'Hoods: Discovering San Francisco’s hidden neighborhoods." The insert will be included in San Francisco Magazine’s 300,000 print run this June, 65% of which is distributed to tourism venues, including hotels and hot spots. Into the 'Hoods aims to give tourists the content that they want: A true local's experience for shopping, dining, and exploring San Francisco in 12 neighborhoods that are off the typical tourist’s beaten path. “Tourism is SF's largest revenue producer and all of our neighborhoods are ready for the spotlight and a share of the pie” says Kieron Sinnette, CEO of ProLocal. Henry Karnilowicz the President of SFCDMA says, “75% of tourists are return visitors, I think it’s time we guide those visitors to some of our other local hotspots and landmarks.” Along with launching a complete and consistent brand identity for the project, ProLocal plans to promote the insert through tourist resource outlets, social media, word of mouth, and two events, one in March 2015, and then the launch in June 2015. “What makes San Francisco special is it's people, no matter what neighborhood you visit,” said Lynette Elliot, Associate Publisher at San Francisco Magazine. “Even for us locals, exploring the city we call home is a lifelong process, there's always something new and exciting to do.” To find out more about Into the 'Hoods, please email email@example.com or call Into the 'Hoods campaign manager, Kieron Sinnette, 415-830-3776.
One Night Only: SFCDMA Celebrates San Francisco's ...
Kick off 2015 on a high note at the San Francisco Council of District Merchants Association's Gala Celebration and Awards Dinner, Thursday February 5, 2015 at the Olympic Club. Completely revamped, this year's event promises to be like no other. Here's a preview of the evening's hightlghts: MASTER OF CEREMONIES Honorable Fiona Ma, Member of the State Board of Equalization SPEAKERS Honorable Mark Leno Senator, State of California Honorable Edwin M. Lee Mayor, City of San Francisco ENTERTAINMENT: Historic Actors: Allan Schwartz, Steve Johnson, Pam Riby, Peggy Burgi, Denise Keplinger Lowell High School JROTC, Directed by Lieutenant Colonel Bullard Mercy Choir, Directed by Laura Flaviani ...AND LET'S NOT FORGET THIS YEARS AWARDEES: Paramedic Jason Cortez,San Francisco Fire Department Officer Jason Johnson, San Francisco Police Department Cliff's Variety, Merchant of the Year American Express, Advocacy business of the Year Purchase your tickets today, you don't want to miss out! http://sfcdma.org/Annual-Gala
OSHA 300A - Workmans Comp incident log must be pos...
Just a reminder that the OSHA 300A logs must be posted by Feb 1st in a conspicuous place. They must remain posted through April 30th. This is the summary of the logs you must keep for OSHA of any Workmans Comp incidents. Form 300, Form 301 and Form 300A. All available at https://www.osha.gov/recordkeeping/RKforms.html
A family discount for you at Skool
Join Skool for dinner Sunday- Thursday and enjoy Friends and Family Discount of 15% off your entire Bill. Not valid for Happy Hour, Not to Be Combined with Any Other Offer
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