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Upcoming Planet Drum Events


Visit with Planet Drum Staff at the following presentations, tabling events, meetups, and workshops

Contact mail@planetdrum.org or call 415-285-6556 to set up a Bioregional Tour of San Francisco or a presentation, performance or workshop for your group. Planet Drum is available to travel to your bioregion.

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Presentations

Planet Drum Staff is available to do presentations, talks, and performances. Contact mail@planetdrum.org or call (415) 285-6556 for more information.

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Tabling Events

(Meet and chat with Planet Drum staff, and see exhibits, books, maps, and crafts for sale.)

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Planet Drum will have an information table at the 19th Annual Watershed Poetry Festival, in Berkeley, CA at Civic Center Park, Martin Luther King, Jr. Way at Center Street, one block west of Berkeley BART, from noon-4:30pm.The festival is always an exciting mix of poetry, music and presentations. It's free and the Berkeley Farmer's Market is next door. 

Readings by over thirty poets  are featured including Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Kay Ryan, Anne Waldman, Dean Rader, Al Young, Randall Potts, Dick Bakken, Lucille Lang Day, Eliot Schain, Traci Gourdine, Sharon Coleman, Tiffany Higgins, and a Tribute to Denise Levertov by David Shaddock.

Other presenters include Phavia Kujichagulia with Ron Williams on guitar and Val Serrant and Sosu Ayansolo on percussion, B. Lynn Ingram, co-author of The West without Water: What Past Floods, Droughts, and Other Climatic Clues Tell Us about Tomorrow, with hosts Richard Silberg and Kirk Lumpkin; poet teachers John Oliver Simon, Maureen Hurley, and J. Ruth Gendler with K-12 students from Poetry Inside Out and California Poets in the Schools; jazz by The Barry Finnerty Trio; We are Nature Open Mic.

 Once again the River Village will have tents, tables, and exhibits by literary and environmental publications and organizations.

The Watershed Poetry Festival is a collaboration with Robert Hass, former U.S. Poet Laureate, presented by Poetry Flash, Ecology Center/Berkeley Farmers' Market, co-sponsored by 100 Thousand Poets for Change, Moe's Books; For more information contact info@poetryflash.org or check out the website: poetryflash.org


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Workshops with Hands-on Restoration Work

Planet Drum's Bioregional Education Program offers Workshop/Workdays in partnership with Green City Resources organizations. Community volunteers  learn about a specific places and aid in the hands-on work being conducted there. Contact mail@planetdrum.org or call (415) 285-6556 to set up a volunteer/workshop event.

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San Francisco Bioregional Tours

Explore urban wild places!  See sustainability in action! Learn about native plants and restoration projects!

Planet Drum is available to give you or your group a bioregional tour in the Bay Area.
These trips are tailored to your interests, ranging from one to four hours, and can include a hands-on work component. Call and arrange a tour now for yourself, your family, your employees group or business, or your school.  They're fun, informational, and will give you a new perspective!       (415-285-6556 or mail@planetdrum.org   )______________________________________________________________________

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