Fall 2011 Speakeasy: Bay Area

October 18, 2011 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
San Francisco

Twice a year, EFF gathers current members and donors for drinks and conversation at a secret location in San Francisco. This time we are pleased to invite you to a sneak peak at our future home on Mission Street! Enjoy complimentary refreshments and help us tap a keg before touring this colorful three-story former video production studio of questionable repute.

We have a lot to celebrate! EFF is reaffirming our commitment to open source by moving our donor database to CiviCRM - a tool that will allow us to maximize our work, enhance usability, and maintain EFF's high standard for privacy protection. We are proud to join the CiviCRM community and offer resources to other nonprofit organizations looking for open source solutions. Speakeasy: Bay Area will be held right after the first day of the CiviCRM Code Sprint hosted at our future offices!

SPEAKEASY: Bay Area
EFF Members-Only Happy Hour
Tuesday, October 18, 2011 from 6-8 PM

Bay Area members will receive a personal invitation with a secret password by email on Tuesday, October 11th. Your guests are welcome, but space is limited. For more information, contact membership@eff.org.

Not a member, or let your membership lapse this year? There's still time to join EFF now at https://www.eff.org/join to receive your special invitation!

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