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Streams to Sewers – SF’s Natural and Un-natural Drainage
Guest Speaker: Greg Braswell
7:30pm, Thursday, May 15th, 2014
FREE at the Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way, San Francisco, CA 

How did the old Precita Creek become the complex sewer crossing which now goes under Highway 101? When, where and why did Mission Creek go into the sewer? What are the ramifications of our sewer history and the ancient creeks they sometimes follow for today’s urban outflow systems? Greg Braswell will lead a pictorial exploration and discussion of his research on the muck and brick of San Francisco’s sewer history.

Water coming in from land on ocean beach

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World of the California Newt
Guest Speaker: Lance Milbrand
7:30pm, Thursday, Nov 21st, 2013
FREE at the Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way, San Francisco, CA 

Filmmaker Lance Milbrand will preview his video-in-progress encompassing all things a newt may see and experience in its twenty-year lifespan. Filmed entirely in the Santa Cruz mountains.

More information at his site: http://milbrandcinema.com or watch a trailer on Vimeo.

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