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July 2014

18reasons.org: Order #778

July 14 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm
3674 18th St. in San FranciscoORDER SUMMARY

Account No: 0

Order Date: 3 July, 2014

Billing Address:
Theresa Carino
7316 Pittsfield Way
San Jose, CA 95139
United States


Web Order No: 778

Email Address: tericarino@gmail.com

Shipping Address:

Title Unit price Quantity Total
A Vibrant Feast (21 slots available) (2014.07.14_A_Vibrant_Feast) $55.00 1 $55.00
$55.00

18 Reasons is located at 3674 18th St. in San Francisco.
 

FARM SCHOOL 2014

July 16 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm
FARM SCHOOL 2014
Tickets: $500
Monthly payment plans are available.
Class size capped at 20.


18 Reasons and the Bi-Rite Farm are delighted to offer the opportunity to get your hands dirty during this ten session immersion course, running May through September 2014.

Farm School is geared for adults who want to learn about the life, economics, and labor of small scale organic farming. The course includes five lectures at 18 Reasons and five farming days at the Bi-Rite Farm, with additional excursions to surrounding farms and gardens. The Wednesday lectures will take you through the logistics and business of starting a rural or urban farm; the Saturday farm sessions will put you on-site digging, planting, weeding and harvesting - hands-on, experiential learning.

While this is not a comprehensive, collegiate-level course, the 18 Reasons Farm School is perfect for folks who are interested in growing food and who desire to gain a deeper understanding of the politics and practicalities of small scale organic farming in the Bay Area.


INSTRUCTORS
Simon Richards, Bi-Rite Market's farmer and head produce buyer will co-lead the farming days with Janine Gee, our coordinator and gardening educator. Guest lectures include Andy Griffin from Mariquita Farm, Darryl Wong from Freewheelin Farm, educators from Sonoma Garden Park, and more.

PRICE
$500

If you would like to set up a payment plan, please contact Michelle at
michelle@18reasons.org


DATES, TIMES, LOCATION
To qualify you must be able to attend all ten sessions.

Wednesday lectures are 6:30-9:00pm at 18 Reasons.
Saturday farm days are 8:00am-3:00pm at Bi-Rite Farm (carpools will be organized during the first meeting).


Wednesday, May 14
Saturday, May 17

Wednesday, June 18
Saturday, June 21

Wednesday, July 16
Saturday, July 19

Wednesday, August 20
Saturday, August 23

Wednesday, September 17
Saturday, September 20


TRANSPORTATION AND FOOD
18 Reasons will help organize carpooling logistics but will not offer transportation to Sonoma. Students are responsible for their own food and water.

This promises to be a extremely fun and in-depth introduction to farming!
 

18th Hour

July 17 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 

FARM SCHOOL 2014

July 19 from 8:00am to 3:00pm
FARM SCHOOL 2014
Tickets: $500
Monthly payment plans are available.
Class size capped at 20.


18 Reasons and the Bi-Rite Farm are delighted to offer the opportunity to get your hands dirty during this ten session immersion course, running May through September 2014.

Farm School is geared for adults who want to learn about the life, economics, and labor of small scale organic farming. The course includes five lectures at 18 Reasons and five farming days at the Bi-Rite Farm, with additional excursions to surrounding farms and gardens. The Wednesday lectures will take you through the logistics and business of starting a rural or urban farm; the Saturday farm sessions will put you on-site digging, planting, weeding and harvesting - hands-on, experiential learning.

While this is not a comprehensive, collegiate-level course, the 18 Reasons Farm School is perfect for folks who are interested in growing food and who desire to gain a deeper understanding of the politics and practicalities of small scale organic farming in the Bay Area.


INSTRUCTORS
Simon Richards, Bi-Rite Market's farmer and head produce buyer will co-lead the farming days with Janine Gee, our coordinator and gardening educator. Guest lectures include Andy Griffin from Mariquita Farm, Darryl Wong from Freewheelin Farm, educators from Sonoma Garden Park, and more.

PRICE
$500

If you would like to set up a payment plan, please contact Michelle at
michelle@18reasons.org


DATES, TIMES, LOCATION
To qualify you must be able to attend all ten sessions.

Wednesday lectures are 6:30-9:00pm at 18 Reasons.
Saturday farm days are 8:00am-3:00pm at Bi-Rite Farm (carpools will be organized during the first meeting).


Wednesday, May 14
Saturday, May 17

Wednesday, June 18
Saturday, June 21

Wednesday, July 16
Saturday, July 19

Wednesday, August 20
Saturday, August 23

Wednesday, September 17
Saturday, September 20


TRANSPORTATION AND FOOD
18 Reasons will help organize carpooling logistics but will not offer transportation to Sonoma. Students are responsible for their own food and water.

This promises to be a extremely fun and in-depth introduction to farming!
 

Bernal Cutlery Knife Sharpening in front of Bi-Rite Market

July 20 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Bi-Rite Market 18th StreetCome get your knives sharpened! More info here:

biritemarket.com/events.....rite/
 

18th Hour: Ice Cream Contest!

July 24 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 

18th Hour

July 31 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 
August 2014

18th Hour

August 7 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 

18th Hour

August 14 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 

Bernal Cutlery Knife Sharpening in front of Bi-Rite Market

August 17 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Bi-Rite Market 18th StreetCome get your knives sharpened! More info here:

biritemarket.com/events.....rite/
 

FARM SCHOOL 2014

August 20 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm
FARM SCHOOL 2014
Tickets: $500
Monthly payment plans are available.
Class size capped at 20.


18 Reasons and the Bi-Rite Farm are delighted to offer the opportunity to get your hands dirty during this ten session immersion course, running May through September 2014.

Farm School is geared for adults who want to learn about the life, economics, and labor of small scale organic farming. The course includes five lectures at 18 Reasons and five farming days at the Bi-Rite Farm, with additional excursions to surrounding farms and gardens. The Wednesday lectures will take you through the logistics and business of starting a rural or urban farm; the Saturday farm sessions will put you on-site digging, planting, weeding and harvesting - hands-on, experiential learning.

While this is not a comprehensive, collegiate-level course, the 18 Reasons Farm School is perfect for folks who are interested in growing food and who desire to gain a deeper understanding of the politics and practicalities of small scale organic farming in the Bay Area.


INSTRUCTORS
Simon Richards, Bi-Rite Market's farmer and head produce buyer will co-lead the farming days with Janine Gee, our coordinator and gardening educator. Guest lectures include Andy Griffin from Mariquita Farm, Darryl Wong from Freewheelin Farm, educators from Sonoma Garden Park, and more.

PRICE
$500

If you would like to set up a payment plan, please contact Michelle at
michelle@18reasons.org


DATES, TIMES, LOCATION
To qualify you must be able to attend all ten sessions.

Wednesday lectures are 6:30-9:00pm at 18 Reasons.
Saturday farm days are 8:00am-3:00pm at Bi-Rite Farm (carpools will be organized during the first meeting).


Wednesday, May 14
Saturday, May 17

Wednesday, June 18
Saturday, June 21

Wednesday, July 16
Saturday, July 19

Wednesday, August 20
Saturday, August 23

Wednesday, September 17
Saturday, September 20


TRANSPORTATION AND FOOD
18 Reasons will help organize carpooling logistics but will not offer transportation to Sonoma. Students are responsible for their own food and water.

This promises to be a extremely fun and in-depth introduction to farming!
 

18th Hour

August 21 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 

closed for private event

August 22 from 5:30pm to 11:30pm
 

FARM SCHOOL 2014

August 23 from 8:00am to 3:00pm
FARM SCHOOL 2014
Tickets: $500
Monthly payment plans are available.
Class size capped at 20.


18 Reasons and the Bi-Rite Farm are delighted to offer the opportunity to get your hands dirty during this ten session immersion course, running May through September 2014.

Farm School is geared for adults who want to learn about the life, economics, and labor of small scale organic farming. The course includes five lectures at 18 Reasons and five farming days at the Bi-Rite Farm, with additional excursions to surrounding farms and gardens. The Wednesday lectures will take you through the logistics and business of starting a rural or urban farm; the Saturday farm sessions will put you on-site digging, planting, weeding and harvesting - hands-on, experiential learning.

While this is not a comprehensive, collegiate-level course, the 18 Reasons Farm School is perfect for folks who are interested in growing food and who desire to gain a deeper understanding of the politics and practicalities of small scale organic farming in the Bay Area.


INSTRUCTORS
Simon Richards, Bi-Rite Market's farmer and head produce buyer will co-lead the farming days with Janine Gee, our coordinator and gardening educator. Guest lectures include Andy Griffin from Mariquita Farm, Darryl Wong from Freewheelin Farm, educators from Sonoma Garden Park, and more.

PRICE
$500

If you would like to set up a payment plan, please contact Michelle at
michelle@18reasons.org


DATES, TIMES, LOCATION
To qualify you must be able to attend all ten sessions.

Wednesday lectures are 6:30-9:00pm at 18 Reasons.
Saturday farm days are 8:00am-3:00pm at Bi-Rite Farm (carpools will be organized during the first meeting).


Wednesday, May 14
Saturday, May 17

Wednesday, June 18
Saturday, June 21

Wednesday, July 16
Saturday, July 19

Wednesday, August 20
Saturday, August 23

Wednesday, September 17
Saturday, September 20


TRANSPORTATION AND FOOD
18 Reasons will help organize carpooling logistics but will not offer transportation to Sonoma. Students are responsible for their own food and water.

This promises to be a extremely fun and in-depth introduction to farming!
 

18th Hour

August 28 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 
September 2014

18th Hour

September 4 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 

18th Hour

September 11 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 

FARM SCHOOL 2014

September 17 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm
FARM SCHOOL 2014
Tickets: $500
Monthly payment plans are available.
Class size capped at 20.


18 Reasons and the Bi-Rite Farm are delighted to offer the opportunity to get your hands dirty during this ten session immersion course, running May through September 2014.

Farm School is geared for adults who want to learn about the life, economics, and labor of small scale organic farming. The course includes five lectures at 18 Reasons and five farming days at the Bi-Rite Farm, with additional excursions to surrounding farms and gardens. The Wednesday lectures will take you through the logistics and business of starting a rural or urban farm; the Saturday farm sessions will put you on-site digging, planting, weeding and harvesting - hands-on, experiential learning.

While this is not a comprehensive, collegiate-level course, the 18 Reasons Farm School is perfect for folks who are interested in growing food and who desire to gain a deeper understanding of the politics and practicalities of small scale organic farming in the Bay Area.


INSTRUCTORS
Simon Richards, Bi-Rite Market's farmer and head produce buyer will co-lead the farming days with Janine Gee, our coordinator and gardening educator. Guest lectures include Andy Griffin from Mariquita Farm, Darryl Wong from Freewheelin Farm, educators from Sonoma Garden Park, and more.

PRICE
$500

If you would like to set up a payment plan, please contact Michelle at
michelle@18reasons.org


DATES, TIMES, LOCATION
To qualify you must be able to attend all ten sessions.

Wednesday lectures are 6:30-9:00pm at 18 Reasons.
Saturday farm days are 8:00am-3:00pm at Bi-Rite Farm (carpools will be organized during the first meeting).


Wednesday, May 14
Saturday, May 17

Wednesday, June 18
Saturday, June 21

Wednesday, July 16
Saturday, July 19

Wednesday, August 20
Saturday, August 23

Wednesday, September 17
Saturday, September 20


TRANSPORTATION AND FOOD
18 Reasons will help organize carpooling logistics but will not offer transportation to Sonoma. Students are responsible for their own food and water.

This promises to be a extremely fun and in-depth introduction to farming!
 

18th Hour

September 18 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 

FARM SCHOOL 2014

September 20 from 8:00am to 3:00pm
FARM SCHOOL 2014
Tickets: $500
Monthly payment plans are available.
Class size capped at 20.


18 Reasons and the Bi-Rite Farm are delighted to offer the opportunity to get your hands dirty during this ten session immersion course, running May through September 2014.

Farm School is geared for adults who want to learn about the life, economics, and labor of small scale organic farming. The course includes five lectures at 18 Reasons and five farming days at the Bi-Rite Farm, with additional excursions to surrounding farms and gardens. The Wednesday lectures will take you through the logistics and business of starting a rural or urban farm; the Saturday farm sessions will put you on-site digging, planting, weeding and harvesting - hands-on, experiential learning.

While this is not a comprehensive, collegiate-level course, the 18 Reasons Farm School is perfect for folks who are interested in growing food and who desire to gain a deeper understanding of the politics and practicalities of small scale organic farming in the Bay Area.


INSTRUCTORS
Simon Richards, Bi-Rite Market's farmer and head produce buyer will co-lead the farming days with Janine Gee, our coordinator and gardening educator. Guest lectures include Andy Griffin from Mariquita Farm, Darryl Wong from Freewheelin Farm, educators from Sonoma Garden Park, and more.

PRICE
$500

If you would like to set up a payment plan, please contact Michelle at
michelle@18reasons.org


DATES, TIMES, LOCATION
To qualify you must be able to attend all ten sessions.

Wednesday lectures are 6:30-9:00pm at 18 Reasons.
Saturday farm days are 8:00am-3:00pm at Bi-Rite Farm (carpools will be organized during the first meeting).


Wednesday, May 14
Saturday, May 17

Wednesday, June 18
Saturday, June 21

Wednesday, July 16
Saturday, July 19

Wednesday, August 20
Saturday, August 23

Wednesday, September 17
Saturday, September 20


TRANSPORTATION AND FOOD
18 Reasons will help organize carpooling logistics but will not offer transportation to Sonoma. Students are responsible for their own food and water.

This promises to be a extremely fun and in-depth introduction to farming!
 

Bernal Cutlery Knife Sharpening in front of Bi-Rite Market

September 21 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm
Bi-Rite Market 18th StreetCome get your knives sharpened! More info here:

biritemarket.com/events.....rite/
 

18th Hour

September 25 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 
October 2014

18th Hour

October 2 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 

18th Hour

October 9 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
18 Reasons18th Hour
Drop-in and join us!
Every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM


Every Thursday we open our doors to bring you delicious food and drink. 18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, and music.

The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our youth programming and volunteer work.

 

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