Oakland First Fridays Festival
2301 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, California 94612
Hours
By appointment only

510-343-5439

First Fridays Organization-Action Meeting
8/23/2012 7:30:00 AM UTC - 8/23/2012 9:30:00 AM UTC
2330 Telegraph, Oakland, California, 94610
The next meeting of the First Fridays Organization-Action Meeting will be this Wednesday, August 22nd, 5:30-7:30, at the Stork Club, 2330 Telegraph.

This will be a nuts and bolts meeting for people to pick their roles for next First Friday September 7th, align with their block, pick block by block coordinators, elect a member of each block and stake holder group to participate in the FF Community Counsel, and more. Agenda to be posted before the meeting on the blog on the website. IF you have anything that you would like to make sure is on the agenda please email your suggestions to info@oaklandfirstfridays.org

If you cannot make it, please check the www.oaklandfirstfridays.org website and look at the street closures proposed for September.  If you are a legal street vendor in the city of Oakland you can set up anywhere there is a space on a first come first serve basis- in co-ordination with the block coordinator of that block. If you are not permitted as such you will want to be in the areas of the street closure and covered under the Special Event Permit.

Please keep your eye on the calendar section and the blog for updates and contact information -after Wed. regarding the contact information of each Block Coordinator.

Thanks and looking forward to creating the most awesome next First Friday ever.... together.

Felix
ARTREPRENEUR BUSINESS SERIES Workshops
Dates: Every Wednesday, April 13 through June 22 Time: 6 PM to 8:20 PM Location: 2301 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, CA 94612 Register before April 13 Fee: $99 for 10 sessions Green LEEF, in partnership with Oakland First Fridays, is proud to offer an entrepreneur series for local artisans who are ready to take the next step to become a business.  This is a ten-class series, and will guide participants through needed strategies to make your hobby or craft into a sustainable business. Who It's For: Artists Designers Artisans Hobbiests Entrepreneurs  Oakland First Friday Vendors What You'll Get: 20+ hours of in-class time Tools for strategic planning and business development Access to expert advice An opportunity to ensgage with a test market at Oakland First Fridays What You'll Learn: Business Basics Financial planning and management Business strategy Marketing and promotions (social media) Local business law