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CityNotes for Tuesday, October 24, 2017



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Subject: CityNotes for Tuesday, October 24, 2017
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Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2017 19:37:37 +0000



 
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1. CityNotes Submission Guidelines
2. CCSF Concert & Lecture Series Present - November & December Events
3Small Business Entrepreneurship Panel – October 25
4. Guided Pathways – November 2
5Melody and the Continuo Team: Jammin' Baroque Style - November 7




1. CityNotes Submission Guidelines

Friendly reminder that CityNotes submissions are due Monday at 12:00pm for Tuesday's edition, and Thursday at 12:00pm for Friday's edition.

If you'd like your item to be included multiple times, please re-send prior to each edition.

Thank you!


2. CCSF Concert & Lecture Series Present - November & December Events

CCSF Creative Writing and Concert & Lecture Series present: 
Salvadoran poet Javier Zamora reads from his new book, Unaccompanied.
When: Tuesday, October 24
           6:30pm-9:00pm
Where: Mission Campus, Room 106

CCSF Older Adults and Concert & Lecture Series present: 
Two-part T'ai Chi Chih Training: 19 Movements and One Pose with Sandy McAlister
When: Saturday, November 4 and Saturday, November 18
          10:00am-3:15pm
Where: Chinatown Campus, Room 401

CCSF Critical Middle East / SWANA Studies and the Concert & Lecture Series present: 
Water rights, Environmental Protection and Peace in the Middle East Lecture + Discussion
When: Thursday, November 9
          11:00am-12:30pm
Where: Ocean Campus, MUB 140

CCSF Women's Studies and Concert & Lecture Series present: 
A Womb of Their Own screening and Q/A with the filmmaker
When: Wednesday, November 15
          6:00pm-8:00pm
Where: Ocean Campus, Rosenberg Library Room 305

CCSF Creative Writing and Concert & Lecture Series present: 
Memorist Saeeda Hafiz reads from her work
When: Monday, December 4
          1:00pm
Where: Ocean Campus, Rosenberg Library room 301

All events are free and open to the public.


3. Small Business Entrepreneurship Panel – October 25

What: Small Business Entrepreneurship Panel
When: Wednesday, October 25th from 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Where: MUB 251, Ocean Campus
 
Description: Five successful entrepreneurs will be sharing their stories about how they started their own business and make it profitable. They will also provide insights about the challenges they faced and what they’ve learned.
 
The panelists are:
1. Lawrence Brucia, Owner of Suttie Associates
2. Mitchell Hardin, Jr., CEO & President of Hi-Lite Enterprises, Inc.
3. Corey Rennell, Founder of CORE Foods
4. Richard Shiu, Photographer, Pet Product Manufacturer and Realtor
5. Trish Tracey, Chef/Owner of Myriad Gastropub
 
See the attached flyer for more information. Light snacks will be provided.
 
Please RSVP to Mia Rusali at mrusali@ccsf.edu. All are welcome!


4. Guided Pathways – November 2
 
Join us on November 2 for our second college inquiry into the guided pathways framework! In Spring of 2017, the Career and Transfer Pathways Committee held the first inquiry session into the guided pathways framework and how it might help CCSF students. This event will continue this inquiry and discussion, building on the last workshop and digging deeper into the framework.
 
View the flyer hereand sign-up here.


5Melody and the Continuo Team: Jammin' Baroque Style - November 7

The foundation of Baroque music is the continuo section, one or more instruments providing the underlying rhythm and harmony for ensembles large and small. On Tuesday morning, November 7, from 11:00am to 12:00pm in A-133 (in the Creative Arts Building, Ocean Campus), a special presentation by members of the renowned Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra will demonstrate their expertise while exploring this topic.

A subsection of PBO’s continuo team (viola da gamba and harpsichord) will peel back the many “layers” of harmonic and rhythmic foundation upon which the melody (violin) rides to demonstrate how the team works together. Students will discover that the continuo’s role is very similar to that of the rhythm and bass in rock, jazz, fusion, and electronic music!

This program is being offered free of charge. If you have questions about this program, please contact the Music Department at 415-452-7244.

Small Business Entrepreneurshiop Panel Bios 10-25-17.pdf