Calendar Events Listing


The Women’s Building supports the free and non-violent exchange of ideas and differing viewpoints, yet we remain non-partisan and do not endorse any political candidates.

Thursday, January 15th

BlueStone Institute for Generational Healing Arts  presents...Clearing a Generational Path: A Bloodline Healing Workshop

Its time to unburden the unfinished stories that we inherited from our families. Come for 2 hours intro experience to the Bloodline Healing Method where you will explore your connection to a safe ancestor who holds the key to unlocking your deeper gifts. Open to public. Feel free to bring old photos of family members that you would like to share with the group. $25 entry fee
Room A | 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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Thursday, January 22nd

The Law Offices of C.R. Abrams  presents...
Free Revocable Living Seminar Program

Don’t let the government get your assets! Take control of your affairs now! We can do a new trust or restate your old trust for $699.00 and never pay another dime for the rest of your life. Call now to reserve your seats!
Room A | 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
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Saturday, January 24th

International Indian Treaty Council presents...
Gold, Greed & Genocide: The Ongoing Impacts of the California Gold Rush

On January 24th, 1848, gold was discovered at Sutter’s Mill, with devastating impacts on Indigenous peoples and the environment in California that continued to this day. Join the International Indian Treaty Council on the 167th anniversary of the start of the California Gold Rush for a panel discussion featuring California Indian leaders and a showing of the award winning documentary, Gold, Greed & Genocide presenting the gold rush from an Indigenous Perspective.
Audre Lorde | 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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