77 Natoma (at 2nd)
San Francisco, California

Hello everyone,
Please join us this upcoming Wednesday, February 7th, for our monthly Green Drinks/San Francisco (www.greendrinks.org), sponsored by ICF International.
Date: Wednesday, February 7th
Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Location: Varnish Fine Art, located at 77 Natoma Street between 1st and 2nd Streets. Natoma Street is in between Howard and Mission Streets.
ICF International (www.icfi.com) is a DC-based consulting firm with Energy, Environment, Transportation, and Housing practice areas. ICF San Francisco's Energy practice area works on energy efficiency and renewable energy policy and implementation projects for a variety of public and private clients. For recent projects, we have assisted Silicon Valley clients in becoming carbon-neutral, helped utilities with renewable portfolio standards (RPS) compliance, and installed energy efficiency measures in multi-family affordable housing in the Bay Area. ICF International will have representatives at Green Drinks, and would welcome further discussion about energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Varnish Fine Art will provide happy hour prices, until 7:00 p.m, at its wine, beer, and sake bar. Some food may be available for purchase at the bar. Varnish Fine Art doubles as a rotating art gallery with an emphasis on cast metal sculpture. More information about Varnish Fine Art can be found at http://www.varnishfineart.com/ .Contact information: Feel free to forward this email on to any groups or individuals who you believe might be interested, as anyone is welcome. We are keeping a distribution list for these monthly reminder emails.
Please send names and email addresses to robin.park at tpl dot org for any additions or substractions to the distribution list.
Please be safe when coming to or from Green Drinks. If you would like someone to walk you to your bus/train stop or car, please let me know. As always, please designate a driver if driving.
We hope to see you at the next one.

Official Website: http://www.greendrinks.org

Added by ivanoats on February 2, 2007



Can we have an event where the music is quiet enough to actually talk to people, please?