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You can quickly get to this page by going to [] (that way it's easier to remember). You can quickly get to this page by going to ["events"] (that way it's easier to remember).

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To add events, scroll down to the bottom, or click here.

Wednesday, December 17

Thursday, December 18

Friday, December 19

Saturday, December 20

Sunday, December 21

Monday, December 22

Sunday, December 28

Wednesday, December 31

Friday, January 2

Saturday, January 3

Sunday, January 4

Friday, January 9

Saturday, January 10

Sunday, January 11

Friday, January 16

Saturday, January 17

Sunday, January 18

Monday, January 19

Friday, January 23

Saturday, January 24

Sunday, January 25

Saturday, February 14

Sunday, February 15

Monday, February 16

Post a new event:

Event name:   Location:

Date: Time: : (in US/Pacific)

Note: You must be logged in to post an event.

This is the place to post community events! Just enter text as you would into the wiki. Try to use links to the pages associated with venues, etc (so if you say "Davis Music Scene" you should make that into a link, ["Davis Music Scene"]). This makes it easier for people to find out more information on the organization, etc. You can easily delete the event after posting it (if you make a mistake, etc). Note that this page is not intended for businesses to notify people about sales events.

Tips: You must be logged in to post an event. Include the event description, the location, start and end dates, start and end times, the cost (or note if free), and a link to further information/contact. Post a week (or more) in advance, if possible (but less than 3 months in advance). Events are assumed to be open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Images: To include a picture you must link to the picture externally (meaning it has to be hosted on some other website). Then just paste in the url of the image in brackets. So if the image is at you would put []. Feel free to include a flyer/other photo. (Just be sure to type the information too!) Note: Although your images can be of any size, Please be courteous and respectful and do not post unnecessarily large images. Keep in mind that some people view the board on laptops with small screens and images larger than will fit on a screen defeat their purpose. If your images are larger than approx. 800x600, use one of the free resizing services ([WWW] or [WWW] and/or use a link to the image instead of embedding the image.

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