Northern California Peace Corps Association

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Mar-3 Tuesday NB Potluck Dinner Santa Rosa
Join the North Bay RPCVs, hosted by Jo Anne (Burundi 1987-1989), for a potluck dinner in Santa Rosa. Whether you are recently returned, or returned 50 years ago, you are welcome. Come meet new people, see old friends, chat about your PC service, network, hear more about what the NorCal PCA is doing and get involved. Although you are not required to RSVP, Jo Anne would love if you could let her know that you will be attending. [?]
Mar-3 Tuesday Storytelling Workshop San Francisco
We all have stories to tell. That [?]
Mar-9 Monday NorCal Board Meeting San Francisco
Monthly board meeting occurs the second Tuesday of the month. All NorCal members are welcome to attend. [?]
Mar-10 Tuesday South Bay Night at the Theater Palo Alto
Dinner 5:45pm at Indochine, 2710 Middlefield Rd., Palo Alto Theater 7:30pm at Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Rd, Palo Alto Play: The Lake Effect by Rajiv Joseph, RPCV Senegal About the Award Winning Play: Pungent memories of tandoors and tikka masala linger in a shuttered Indian restaurant, where the owner [?]
Mar-10 Tuesday Explore the World As You Work San Francisco
International Careers: Explore the World As You Work Terry Vogt, Managing Director, Terra Global Capital Lisa Reinsberg, Executive Director, International Justice Resource Center Vaido Vald, Superintendent, Skanska [?]
Mar-10 Tuesday Salvadorian food & SA book Berkeley
Join us for a Salvadorian meal and discussion of South American (SA) book The Sound of Things Falling by Juan Gabriel Vasquez. Vasquez is not an RPCV writer but made the book group list for being well written and insightful. According to this review from Kevin Nguyen on Amazon "Things Falling is so much more than a drug story. This is a sensory novel. Antonio wrestles with the way he interprets by his surroundings, by how the external world affects the internal. [?]
Mar-13 Friday EB Hangout Berkeley
There will be a NorCal East Bay "Hangout" Friday, March 13th at The Albatross Pub in Berkeley from 6 pm to about 8 pm. Everyone is welcome, feel free to come with non-RPCV friends. Neighborhood dinner options afterwards for anyone who is interested. The Albatross Pub is at 1822 San Pablo Avenue, 1 1/2 blocks north of University Avenue between Hearst and Delaware. We'll have a "NorCal Peace Corps" sign on our table. No need to RSVP. If you have any question [?]
Mar-20 Friday SF RPCV Social San Francisco
Mar-24 Tuesday Practice Storytelling Session San Francisco
Want to tell a story at the San Francisco Story Jam on April 21, but feeling a bit nervous? Never fear! Come on down for our Practice Storytelling Session.
The practice jam is a casual, low-pressure environment to try out your story in front of a supportive group of people, many of whom are first time story tellers. You'll get valuable fee [?]

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Northern California Peace Corps Association

The NorCal Peace Corps Association has been rumored to be the second largest association of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, second only to the Washington DC Peace Corps Association in terms of size and membership. It is a National Peace Corps Association affiliate group. Current membership is around 400. There are 8 email listservs and an electronic newsletter - all of which can be subscribed to from the NorCalPCA website.

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