Farley's September News
Farley's
September Newsletter


Need to get the crew together?

Farley's in San Francisco and Farley's East have ample space for evening events. If you are interested in hosting a meeting or event at either location, let us know and we will work out the details. Our roots are in supporting the community and what better way to do so then offer free meeting/event space to groups and non-profits. If your organization is a for profit entity, we would be happy to host you as well and can work out an affordable option. We hope to see you at the cafes soon!

Love and Community,
Farley's

 


Coffee Corner    

 

HouseCoffee.jpg   

Hey everybody!

We have some exciting coffee and/or tea news coming up! We've had our seasonal blend of Ethiopia, Uganda and Sumatra beans through the summer, and soon enough we'll be changing it up to bring some new coffee adventures to your palette as we make it through the last of the heat waves and coast into the fall. Stay tuned for more news on our blend change soon!

We're also going to be utilizing our new, spacious retail shelves at Farley's East to offer some new retail items, in support of your home coffee and tea brewing needs. Keep your eyes peeled for some new stuff to buy, and let us know if there's anything you'd like to see stocked, we're happy to listen.

Stay cool out there!
Cheers,
Daniel
   
     
 Artist of the Month


FARLEY'S SF 

Artist: Fawnee Evnochides 
ArtistoftheMonthSF.jpg

In my work, I usually use acrylic paint along with found objects--which could be paper, plastic or any other material. My painting is expressionistic; through the act of painting, I explore basic existential questions and emotions. My process is intuitive and direct. I rarely plan a painting, but just allow it to happen in the moment, almost accidentally. I find the act of painting and the physical nature of paint itself to be endlessly mysterious and transcendental.

FARLEY'S EAST 

Artist: Amy Larkin Fields

Toilet.jpg

Amy Larkin Fields is a painter based in San Francisco. Becoming a full-time parent and being immersed in the realm of home life has greatly influenced Amy’s subject matter. Her latest series of watercolor paintings called Domesticity focuses on the mundane and relentless domestic chores in life.  

Whether painting with acrylic, with watercolor, or simply drawing with pencil on paper, Amy’s goal is to render the spirit of the subject, be it a lone artichoke, a squashed water bottle, a peacefully sleeping child, or an endless chore required by daily life. She strives to recreate the sensations she felt at a certain moment in time on paper or canvas. Forms, colors, and the emotions they conjure up provide the inspiration for her artwork. 

Amy’s artwork can be found at www.amylarkinfields.com.  

 
Non-Profit of the Month    
     

FARLEY'S SF


Challenged Athletes Foundation
Youth Camp.JPG

  • The Challenged Athletes Foundation (C-A-F) is a non-profit that supports physically challenged athletes with financial grants, mentoring and training so they can get involved – and stay involved – in sports.
  • Over the past 23 years, the Challenged Athletes Foundation has raised in excess of $70 million and satisfied over 11,000 funding requests from physically challenged athletes in all 50 states and 32 countries around the world. 
  • In 2017, CAF distributed 2,098 grants to challenged athletes totaling $3.7 million. 
  • The funding and support provided by the Challenged Athletes Foundation can be the difference between “getting into the game” and being left on the sidelines.
  • The Challenged Athletes Foundation funds the purchase of expensive adaptive equipment (like running prosthetics, racing chairs and handcycles) which can cost as much as $30,000. More often than not, these costs are not covered by conventional medical insurance.

For more info: http://www.challengedathletes.org/ 

FARLEY'S EAST

San Francisco Baykeeper
Water-Sampling-Boat.jpg

Baykeeper defends #SFBay from industrial waste, oil spills, illegal dumping & other pollution threats. We are the only Bay Area nonprofit with an on-the-water boat patrol that regularly looks for Bay contamination. Right now we’re fighting to stop a new coal terminal in Oakland that would be bad for residents, wildlife, and the Bay. With our headquarters just down the road, we’re proud to be Farley’s non-profit of the month!  

Join us on Thursday, September 14 at Farley's East for Non Profit Happy Hour from 5-9pm. 20% of all sales will be donated to Baykeeper!

For more info: https://baykeeper.org/

   
   
Events  
   

FARLEY'S SF                                                      

Sunday, September 3 Live music by Keili Fernando. Keili Fernando is a folk/pop singer-songwriter from Southern California, 7:30-8:00 PM

Wednesday, September 6 Art opening for Challenged Athletes Foundation, 7:00-9:00 PM

Thursday, September 7 Live music by Bum Wagler & The Tune Wranglers. They play original tunes in the Honky Tonk country vein, 7:30-9:00 PM

Friday, September 8 Farley's Cafe Radio LIVE! Live recorded podcast of your favorite Farley’s baristas discussing the tunes they play in the cafe everyday and what music, coffee, and community mean to them. MC’ed and coordinated by Farley's DJs - Hunter Ridenour and Will Danse, 7:30-9:00 PM

Saturday, September 9 Art opening for Fawnee Evnochides, 7:00-9:00 PM Wednesday, September 13 Live music by local Potrero Hill resident Daniel Berkman. Berkman is a composer, multi-instrumentalist and innovator of the kora (a 21-stringed harp/lute from West Africa), 7:30-9:00 PM

Wednesday, September 20 Live music by the ever-popular Soul Delights. Join us for a lively performance, 7:30-9:00 PM

Thursday, September 28 Live music by The Goat Hill Geezers, who do covers of Beatles, Eagles, Everly Bros, Simon & Garfunkel, Joni Mitchell and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, 7:30-9:00 PM


FARLEY'S EAST
  

Saturday, September 2 Oakland Beast Crawl featuring the Kearny Street Workshop and Asian Art Museum presenting: Interdisciplinary Writers Lab, curated by Jason Bayani, 6:30-7:30 PM

Thursday, September 14 Non Profit Happy Hour from 5-9 PM. 20% of all sales will be donated to Baykeeper!

Friday, September 15:
Oakland's PARK(ing) Day! There's still time to create your own pop-up parklet. Add the location of your transformed parking space to the #PARKingDay2017 map: 
bit.ly/2fMMbqg https://www.facebook.com/WalkOakBikeOak/

 
 
"Like" us on Facebook and "follow" us on Twitter and Instagram: