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BAWIFM's Annual Co-Ed Holiday Party

  • 08 Dec 2009
  • 7:30 PM - 9:59 PM
  • Women's Building, 3543 18th St. (between Valencia & Guerrero), SF 94110

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  • Can't make it to the event on Dec 8th? Buy your raffle tickets online today to be included in the draw.
BAWIFM celebrates another year of support to Bay Area Women in Film & Media with raffles, drinks, dancing and fun! Our annual party is open to both women and men, members and non-members alike.  No need to sign up - just come with your friends and Holiday cheer!

(Please note this event is on the second TUESDAY, instead of usual Wednesday).

Tuesday, December 8, 2009
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Women's Building
3543 18th St.
(between Valencia & Guerrero)

San Francisco, CA 94110

http://womensbuilding.org/

Gather with Bay Area Women in Film & Media in celebration of all things seasonal at the Women's Building
and connect with the women of BAWIFM and others in the film community, catch folks up on current projects, and make connections for the future, or just enjoy the holiday cheer in the heart of The Mission District.

The Holiday Party is our largest annual fundraiser and, although free to members, we suggest a donation of $5-$10 at the door. All funds raised go directly towards providing our monthly events, networking opportunities, membership, website resources & Chicks-Chat Forum for women in film and media in the Bay Area.

There will also be our popular RAFFLE, with a treasure trove of film related prizes and experiences. Support BAWIFM by purchasing one or more raffle tickets, and you may have a great venue to premiere your next film, find yourself at a beautiful mountaintop retreat, enjoy a sumptuous spa treatment, or win many other great prizes! Click here for a full list of prizes.

1 Ticket - $3;    2 Tickets - $5;    5 Tickets - $10


The BAWIFM Holiday Party is open to ALL the BAWIFM community - both Women AND Men alike - so feel free to bring your partner, boyfriend, girlfriend, colleague(s) you want to connect with the BAWIFM community, your co-worker, neighbor...
stop by the city's premier multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-service center for women before or after heading to one of the Valencia Corridor's great restaurants or bars or stay all evening!

If you are a member of Chicks-Chat or work in film or media in the Bay Area and have been "meaning to make it to a BAWIFM event" this is a great introduction to your vibrant community.

THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS FOOD DONORS
RAINBOW GROCERY AND TRADER JOE'S
AND TO ALL OUR WONDERFUL COMMUNITY FRIENDS
WHO DONATED TO THE RAFFLE:

Bay Area Video Coalition | Berkeley Repertory Theatre | Center for Asian American Media | Erica Milsom | EO Spa | Festoon Salon | Frameline | Kerner Optical | Landmark Theatres | Ninth Street Independent Film Center | Mayacama Mountaintop Retreat | Oakland Film Office | Pond 5 | San Francisco Film Society | San Francisco Jewish Film Festival | San Francisco Women’s Film Festival | Z Space

      
WE HOPE YOU'LL JOIN US FOR WHAT'S BECOME AN ANNUAL NOT-TO-BE-MISSED TRADITION!

Happy Holidays & New Year from
Bay Area Women in Film & Media (BAWIFM)

www.bawifm.org



How to Get TO THE WOMEN'S BUILDING

Transit: Plan your trip using the transit Trip Planner!

Take BART to the 16th Street Station. 


Muni bus lines serving this area: 14, 22, 26, 33, 49 and the J Church.

By Car: Check the Online Map

Check traffic at 511.org

Parking

Parking is available at two city garages, each 3 blocks away.
For rates, contact the SF Department of Parking & Traffic.

Mission/Bartlett Garage,
3255 21st Street (between
Valencia and Mission).
415-821-6715

16th St/Hoff Garage,
16th & Hoff (just above 16th St Bart).
415-861-4048

Street parking is available, both metered and non-metered.
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