Calendar Items Needed

sblog_calendar1You may have noticed the calendar section has been dormant, but I’ll soon be moved back to the Bay Area full time and I’ll be bringing it back with a “week in Livable Streets Events” starting again next week. If you have an event you want us to promote, you can email me the details at roger@streetsblog.org…or to make my life easier you can fill out our event form here.

  • Gezellig

    Any upcoming happy hours planned? 🙂

  • Roger R.

    Not yet. It’s on the “to do” list as well.

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