Northern California Peace Corps Association

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Jan-29 Thursday KQED Winter Pledge Drive San Francisco
Come meet fellow RPCVs, enjoy a delicious breakfast, and answer phones for the KQED Pledge Drive! This helps KQED serve the community with quality news and they will give NorCal three on air shout outs at one of their busiest times, the morning rush hour. We need at least 5 people. RSVP to Athalia Markowitz athalia[at]gmail.com [?]
Jan-31 Saturday Festival of Cultures/AGM Palo Alto
10am-4pm: Festival Of Cultures -FREE and open to the Public Join returned Peace Corps Volunteers from around Northern California and the Ohlone Elementary School Global Awareness team to [?]
Feb-10 Tuesday Practice Storytelling Session San Francisco
Want to tell a story at the San Francisco Story Jam on February 17, but feeling a bit nervous? Never fear! Come on down for our Practice Storytelling Session.
PracticeJam
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 f [?]
Feb-11 Wednesday West Aftrican food & book Oakland
Date chged to 11th! Join us for a delicious West African meal at Bissap Baobab in Oakland. We will be discussing the book Civilized World by Susi Wyss. According to Amazon "A glorious literary debut set in Africa about five unforgettable women--two of them haunted by a shared tragedy--whose lives intersect in unexpected and sometimes explosive ways." Everyone is welcome whether you have read the book or not. RSVPs are required by Friday, 2/6/15 to jaymaghana@earthlink.net. The cost will [?]
Feb-17 Tuesday Kiss and Tell Story Jam San Francisco
NCPCA_StorySlam
Celebrate post Valetine's Day with our February 'Kiss and Tell' Story Jam. Former Peace Corps Volunteers True Stories Told on Stage without Notes or Scripts. Local RPCV's spill the beans on what life is really like in the 'Toughest Job You'll Ever Love' in a Moth Style story telling hour. Doors open at 6:00pm with socializing and a ca [?]
Feb-20 Friday SF RPCV Social

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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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