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City CarShare 10th Anniversary Celebration

11:09 PM PDT on October 16, 2011

Celebrate our 10th birthday and a decade of carsharing with City CarShare members, Bay Area friends, and advocates!
Come one! Come all! We are commemorating a decade of carsharing in the Bay Area and we want you to celebrate with us. Mark your calendars for October 19, 5:30 p.m. and share the word with your friends, family, and neighbors — the more the merrier!

Lighten your work day fatigue at play stations hosted by other nonprofits, taste locally crafted treats from our tasting room, and enjoy a libation or two while mingling with the founders of City CarShare and your fellow members.

At the event, we'll honor our three founders: Kate White, Elizabeth Sullivan, and Gabriel Metcalf; and the original visionary cities we serve: San Francisco, Berkeley, and Oakland.

Play Stations
Tasting Room
4-foot Jenga
Fox and Moon Tea
Cityscape Mural Project
Sweets Collection
Giant Pick-Up Sticks
La Luna Cupcakes
Henna Tattoos
Socola Chocolatiers
Indoor Bocce
Photo Booth
And more!
TICKETS: (covers admission, hors d'oeuvres and your first drink)

Dress Code:
Dress as you are—most people will be coming from work, so dress as you do everyday; or feel free to don your favorite cocktail dress or your best party threads to flash your style.

By bike: SF Bicycle Coalition will host a bike valet service so feel free to hop on your two wheels knowing you have secure bike parking.
By public transportation: Venue is 2½ blocks from the Montgomery Street BART/Muni Station. Also conveniently located off the 1, 31, 38, 10 and 12 Muni lines.

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In the last ten years, City CarShare members have reduced the amount of CO2 in our atmosphere by 250 million pounds. And in the past year alone, 25 million fewer miles were driven on Bay Area roads and our members collectively saved over $100 millionin transportation expense. We think all this good is worth celebrating. Please join us!

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