Wigg Party Party

From The Wigg Party Facebook Event:

Join the Wigg Party for our monthly community meeting happening again this Thursday night. We’ve got a wide range of programs coming up this summer and fall and we’d love to get more community members involved. Everything thing from local food initiatives to neighborhood empowerment projects.

Stop by at 7:30 to socialize or join us for the community meeting at 8pm. To make the night even more special, we’ll wrap up the evening with a musical performance by the local band Odd Owl. Check them out here at http://www.myspace.com/oddowl

7:30pm – Gather and socialize
8pm – Community meeting
9:30pm – Live music by Odd Owl

BYOB encouraged

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The Wigg Party is a community organization based in the neighborhoods around the bike route The Wiggle in San Francisco. Our mission is to make the community that uses The Wiggle a leader in the transformation to sustainability and resilience.

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