November 20, 2014  7:30 pm                                        at The Women’s Building 

         Free to All!

Gather with our local community to delight in our love of astrology and its mysteries, on the dark moon in Scorpio!  We see this as a time to get to know you better, and to learn how we can better serve the SF Bay Area’s astrologically-inclined.
  • The fantastic members of our Board will be offering Free Mini-Readings!
  • We’ll be opening the (mobile) Jack Fertig Memorial Book Shop!!! Priced-to-Sell! –Now includes several collections from recently retired or deceased astrologers, so this is the perfect opportunity to expand your collection at great prices.
  • Become a new Member or re-new your Membership-at-a-Discount during this event, and save money on future events.
  • Plus, of course, Refreshments!
Bring a friend!
Potluck !!  Contributions welcome, but not required.
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We so hope you will be able to join us! 

Open House begins promptly at  7:30 pm
Meeting location: The Women’s Building, 3543 18th St., SF, CA 94110

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 & the J Church. 
By CAR: Check the 
Online Map

Check TRAFFIC at 511.org


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).
16th St/Hoff Garage,
16th & Hoff (just above 16th St Bart).
Street parking is available, both metered and non-metered.
Caution: Between the hours of 4pm & 6pm on weekdays, there is a tow-away zone on Eighteenth Street (opposite the Building).

CARPOOLING  Progress your transit!  With members coming in from all over the SF Bay Area, we encourage carpooling. Join our Facebook Group, where you can offer or ask for a ride, or otherwise connect with members between meetings!


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