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
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Locals 1st Offer?10% Off AcuQuit Program
Recess Local50 Playspace Pass: Half-Off!
GET BUGGED! At the Insect Discovery Lab - 20%
Friday Happy Hour Special - 4:30pm to 7:00pm
10% ACTCM Public Classes to Locals!
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2015 MEMBER DIRECTORY
ProLocal Presents: Who's The Boss?
Being the boss isn't easy, especially for small business owners in San Francisco. Regularly faced with regulatory and legislative changes, and having to choose among the hot, new, game-changing technologies of the moment, being the boss just isn't what it used to be. Join us on Wednesday December 10th, as we delve into what it means to stay on top in today's constantly changing business landscape. We'll have a panel discussion moderated by Potrero View Newspaper Editor Steven Moss, and featuring technology, restaurant, and nonprofit founders and CEOs. RSVP HERE: https://nvite.com/WhosBoss/b0c
Parent & Caregiver Workshop: Illness & Injury Prev...
Especially as the weather changes, sicknesses are shared - it's hard to know when to call a doctor or manage it at home. Or when there is an injury - do you know what to do? Knowing when to reasonably worry is one of the hardest lessons for parents. This course prepares parents and caregivers to help an injured or sick child until medical treatment is necessary or available. We will cover topics such as falls, head injuries, febrile seizures, allergic reactions and more. Enroll: Advance Sign-Ups Required http://www.recessurbanrecreation.com/workshops Cost: $35 member / $45 non Visit) 470 Carolina Street, San Francisco, CA 94107 T) 415 701-7529 E) email@example.com
Salsa Saturdays at The Ramp
Great News the TENT has returned to The Ramp. We will have dancing on Saturdays - 4:30 pm Friday evening music coming soon! Nov.15th Orquesta Bembe Nov. 22nd Orquesta La Clave Nov. 29th Orquesta Universal
The SF Blind Cafe at The NABE December 12,13,14
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 December 12,13,14 at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House Media about the most recent event: http://exquisemag.com/2014/03/24/the-blind-cafe-san-francisco/ website: www.theblindcafe.com Tickets here 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.
SFPUC: Fats and Oils and Grease, Oh My!
Even a little grease from the many homes in the City can add up to clogged sewers in our neighborhoods. Clogged sewers can result in back-ups, overflows onto streets, foul odors, and costly damage to sewer infrastructure. Read more: http://sfwater.org/index.aspx?page=154&utm_source=November+26th+Sewer+eNewsletter+&utm_campaign=Sewer+eNews&utm_medium=email
Museum of Craft and Design Open House
Please join us for a Holiday Neighborhood meet and greet at the Museum of Craft and Design on December 10th from 5-7pm rsvp: firstname.lastname@example.org
Potrero Dogpatch Merchants Association, 2014
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