Bay Area Marks World AIDS Day with Events and Education

Here are some of the events going on in the Bay Area to mark World AIDS Day on December 1:

8:40 a.m.: “Charting the Way Forward,” a lecture by Dr. Diane Havlir, as part of the medical management of HIV/AIDS Conference
Location: Intercontinental Hotel, 888 Howard St., San Francisco

10 a.m.: Unveiling and Reception for AIDS Memorial Quilt
Location: 225 37th Ave., San Mateo

Noon: San Francisco General Hospital Wards 5A, 5B, 86 honored with Local Unsung Hero Award
Location: National AIDS Memorial Grove, Golden Gate Park, Bowling Green Drive, San Francisco

Noon: Free HIV Testing
Location: Monterey Institute of International Studies, Holland Center, 460 Pierce St., Monterey

12:10 p.m.: Special service to be held for World AIDS Day
Location: Grace Episcopal Cathedral, 1100 California St., San Francisco

5 p.m.: Candlelight Vigil
Location: Monterey Institute of International Studies, Holland Center, 460 Pierce St., Monterey

5 p.m.: Free HIV Testing, part of “Paint the Castro Red.”
Location: Qbar, 456 Castro St., San Francisco

6 p.m.: Assemblyman Bill Monning to appear at World AIDS Day Panel of Presenters
Location: CSU Monterey Bay, 100 Campus Center, Seaside

6:30 p.m.: Candlelight Vigil, part of “Paint the Castro Red.”
Location: Harvey Milk Plaza, Castro and Market streets, San Francisco

7 p.m.: World AIDS Day screening of “Still Around.”
Location: Roxie Theater, 3117 16th St., San Francisco

7:00 p.m. AIDS Emergency Fund 30th Annivesary Gala UNDER THE BIG TOP with Martha Wash                  Location: AIDS Memorial Grove, Golden Gate Park

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