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Dispelling Ageism: The Journey of the Age March

Image - Barbara Rose Brooker
Fri, Oct 21 2016 - 12:00pm

Barbara Rose Brooker, Author, The Viagra Diaries and There's Something Wrong with All of Them

Years of age is a poor metric for quality of life. The true measure is functional ability and one's capacity to enjoy life. Come join Barbara Rose Brooker, San Francisco native author and founder of the first Age March in history. She will talk about the journey of the Age March and her dream that ageism will dissolve and numbers won’t matter. Read more »

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Better Health for the World’s Poorest Will Strengthen Global Security

Image - Dr Gary Gottlieb
Wed, Oct 19 2016 - 12:00pm

Dr. Gary Gottlieb, CEO, Partners In Health

While the developed world enjoys economic and social advancement enabled by health-care improvements, millions of people around the world continue to die from 18th and 19th century illnesses. The world’s poorest people deserve access to the modern health care that people in wealthier countries take for granted. We not only can deliver modern health services, we must do so. Global health is a key to global order. Read more »

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New Member Reception October 13th

Thu, Oct 13 2016 - 5:30pm

Are you new to the Club? Just want to explore and check it out?

Come take a peek, meet other members and staff and learn about all The Commonwealth Club offers. Experience firsthand how The Commonwealth Club has become the nation’s leading public forum. Bring a friend and explore the Club together!

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Paradise Burning

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Tue, Oct 11 2016 - 6:30pm

J. Keith Gilless, Dean of the College of Natural Resources; Chair, California State Board of Forestry and Fire Protection

California wildfires used to be a seasonal challenge in rather remote parts of the state. Now they are burning nearly year-round and spreading from the urban-rural interface to more of the state’s urban and coastal population. What is driving California’s "hellfires"? How are they hitting the state treasury, environment and public health?

A conversation about the California dream lived in a hot and smoky world.

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From Moldova to Mountain View: Technovation Challenges Girls to Code Solutions to Social Problems

Tue, Oct 11 2016 - 6:00pm

Madhavi Bhasin, Global Partnerships Director, Technovation
Allie Holmes, Events & Engagement Director, Technovation Read more »

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Expand Social Security Now!

Image - Steven Hill
Wed, Sep 7 2016 - 5:15pm

Steven Hill, Senior Fellow, New America Foundation; Holtzbrinck Fellow, American Academy in Berlin; Author Read more »

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Finding Your Wine Personality

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Thu, Jul 14 2016 - 6:30pm

The Boisset Wine Ambassadors will guide you through a wine tasting that explores your wine style. They’ll serve as your personal wine concierge—sharing exclusive new releases, the stories behind the wines and the vineyards, and the knowledge to guide you to wines best-suited for your palate. Join us as wine and style unite, and embrace l’art de vivre!

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How to Have a Holistic, Healthy, Happy Home: Solutions for Parents of Kids with Challenges

Image - Beth Greer
Thu, Jun 23 2016 - 12:00pm

Beth Greer, Award-winning Journalist; Environmental Health Advocate; Holistic Lifestyle Educator; Author, Super Natural Home: Improve Your Health, Home and Planet … One Room at a Time Read more »

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Wellness in the Schools

Image - Nancy Easton
Wed, Jun 22 2016 - 12:00pm

Nancy E. Easton, Co-Founder/Executive Director, Wellness in the Schools Read more »

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End Childhood Hunger: What You Can Do to Help

Image - Debbie Shore
Tue, Jun 21 2016 - 12:00pm

Debbie Shore, Co-Founder, Share our Strength

Childhood hunger is a problem that threatens an entire generation of future leaders, innovators and problem-solvers. Share Our Strength's primary mission is "to end hunger and poverty in the United States and abroad by mobilizing industries and individuals, and creating community wealth to promote lasting change.

Educators, parents, and anyone involved with kids and interested in eliminating hunger can attend and come away with ideas and direction about what to do to help end childhood hunger.

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