Events

Jul 07-12 11:00am-1:00pm
Los Angeles
Sight Singing Classes Begin July 7, Registration Deadline July 3More Info

 

Sight Singing Classes Begin July 7, Registration Deadline July 3

When: Beginning July 7 for a duration of six weeks 
11 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Tuesdays (Beginner), Wednesdays (Intermediate) and Thursdays (Advanced)

Where: SAG-AFTRA
Frank Maxwell Room – Lobby Level
5757 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Parking will be validated.

The L.A. Local is pleased to announce the next series of sight singing classes. These classes are geared toward professional singers and designed for learning to sing at sight. The sessions will cover reading music and performing what is on paper.

Prerequisite: Sight singing is a skill, which first requires a singer to be able to match pitch easily and navigate their voice as a singer really well. You must be able to match pitch and sing an eight-note major scale before entering into any of the classes.

About Gerald White
Gerald White, current chair of the L.A. Local and National Singers Committee, is a successful SAG-AFTRA session singer/player and composer/arranger. His recent credits include The Voice, Glee, Oblivion, Family Guy, Spiderman, Men in Black 2, X-men 2, Matrix Reloaded, Polar Express, Happy Feet and License To Wed.

Cost: $95 for SAG-AFTRA and Equity members. No refunds after the first class for any reason.

Click here for more information and to register. Questions? Contact (310) 430-4802.

The products and/or services are provided as an informational service to SAG-AFTRA members and are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Any questions must be handled by the provider. This information is not intended to serve as an endorsement by the union nor is any warranty or guarantee implied.

 

Jul 07 11:00am-12:00pm
New England
BookPALS Training, July 7 More Info

BookPALS (Performing Artists for Literacy in Schools) is a unique volunteer program of performers who read aloud to children in underserved elementary schools. Our goal is to inspire young readers and bring the magic of books alive. Join us for an orientation to learn about how you can get involved.

The Screen Actors Guild Foundation New England BookPALS branch is looking for volunteers!

When: 11 a.m.-Noon, Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Where: SAG-AFTRA office
20 Park Plaza, Suite 822
Boston, MA 02116

RSVP to Sara Ewing, BookPALS Coordinator, sewing@sagfoundation.org or (617) 233-5499.

For more information about BookPALS, visit http://bookpals.net

The services noted herein are provided as an informational service to SAG-AFTRA members and are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Any questions must be handled by the provider. This information is not intended to serve as an endorsement by the union nor is any warranty or guarantee implied. 

 

Jul 09-19 12:00am-11:59pm
Los Angeles
SAG-AFTRA National LGBT Committee Proud Sponsor of Outfest Los Angeles, July 9-19More Info

When: July 9-19

Where: Directors Guild of America
7920 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Parking is free at the DGA Theater Complex (7920 Sunset Blvd.) and the Sunset Lofts (7950 Sunset Blvd.). Enter off Hayworth Ave. Click here for more parking info.

SAG-AFTRA members have the opportunity to become Outfest members for free! Don’t miss the opportunity to see some of the best films showcasing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) talent at 2015 Outfest Los Angeles. Now through July 19, Outfest Los Angeles features hundreds of films, documentaries and videos from over 25 countries, panels, special events, parties and receptions at venues across L.A. 

SAG-AFTRA members can take advantage of ticket discounts and private receptions by becoming a “crew” level Outfest member free of charge. As a “crew” level member you receive $4 discount on all general admission tickets, advance purchasing, invitations to private screenings and year-round benefits!  

Click here to register and for more details. Questions? Email diversityevents@sagaftra.org or call (323) 549-6644.

The products and/or services are provided as an informational service to SAG-AFTRA members and are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Any questions must be handled by the provider. This information is not intended to serve as an endorsement by the union nor is any warranty or guarantee implied.

 

Jul 09 6:00pm-8:00pm
New York
SAG-AFTRA Low Budget Theatrical Agreements Made SimpleMore Info

The only way you can guarantee that you’ll ever book a decent role or get noticed in this industry is to write and produce your own projects! This seminar is designed to show actors, producers and directors how quick and easy it is to create their projects using union talent. Theatrical Business Representatives will walk you through signing SAG-AFTRA short film, low-budget indie, or web-series contracts; from start to finish.

When: 6-8 p.m., Thursday, July 9, 2015

Where: SAG-AFTRA 
1900 Broadway, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10023
(Between 63rd and 64th Streets)

Workshops are held the 2nd Thursday of every month from 6-8 p.m., and are FREE. Workshops fill up quickly so RSVP now! If you sign up for a workshop but can’t attend you must call to cancel your reservation no later than 48 hours before the workshop.

RSVP: Click here to RSVP online or call (212) 827-1481

For full 2015 Workshop Schedule, please visit:http://www.sagindie.org/resources/contract-workshops

Looking forward to having you with us!

Jul 10 8:00pm
Los Angeles
Grand Performances: Watts 50More Info

When: 8 p.m., Friday, July 10

Where: WaterCourt Stage at Grand Performances – California Plaza
350 S. Grand Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90071
California Plaza parking rate is $8 (cash only) starting 90 minutes before the event. Click here for parking and Metro info.

Join Grand Performances, the SAG-AFTRA Los Angeles Broadcasters Steering Committee and the community of broadcasters for Watts 50, an evening of contemporary music and archival footage in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Watts riots.

NYC-based Lyricist Lounge will curate and present their first West Coast evening of socially conscious rap and hip hop. Pacifica Radio’s on-the-ground coverage of the 1965 events will serve as source material for select musical compositions. This event is part of Grand Performances’ Los Angeles Aftershocks series, which focuses on the cultural aftershocks of the pivotal events in 1965 and 1992, exemplifying how music, dialogue and community celebration help us address racism in our city and nation. SAG-AFTRA members will provide the narrative.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own food and drinks or take advantage of the local restaurants. For more event information, please visit Grand Performances’ website at http://grandperformances.org/watts.

Please indicate if you will be bringing a guest (three guests per member limit).

The products and/or services noted herein are provided as an informational service to SAG-AFTRA members and are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Any questions must be handled by the provider. This information is not intended to serve as an endorsement by the union nor is any warranty or guarantee implied.

Jul 11 1:00pm-4:00pm
Houston-Austin
Cold Reads WorkshopMore Info

Cold Reads and Keeping It Real with Kim and Brad Burton

When: 1 - 4 p.m., Saturday, July 11

Where: MediaTech
3324 Walnut Bend Ln.
Houston, TX 77042

RSVP: HoustonRSVP@sagaftra.org

Based in Austin, Kim and Brad Burton are seasoned casting directors who have cast everything from Super Bowl commercials to independent films, television and print campaigns. Besides their tireless work ethic, Burton Casting is known for having an exceptional eye for talent, staying current with the latest casting technology and working throughout the United States. For more information visit http://burtoncasting.com/our-work/.

Who can attend: SAG-AFTRA members only

Cost: Free to Houston, Austin or ProACT Conservatory members. Not a Conservatory member? SAG-AFTRA members may join the Conservatory for $35/year - join here.

This workshop is not intended to imply an endorsement of any individual or company by SAG-AFTRA. The information provided through the workshop is given for informational purposes and may not be a suitable substitute for the advice of other industry professionals. You should always use good judgment in these matters and should not act or refrain from acting based solely on information provided through the workshop.

Jul 11 1:00pm-4:00pm
Dallas Fort Worth
Cold Reads WorkshopMore Info

Cold Reads and Keeping It Real with Kim and Brad Burton

When: 1 - 4 p.m., Saturday, July 11

Where: MediaTech
3324 Walnut Bend Ln.
Houston, TX 77042

RSVP: HoustonRSVP@sagaftra.org

Based in Austin, Kim and Brad Burton are seasoned casting directors who have cast everything from Super Bowl commercials to independent films, television and print campaigns. Besides their tireless work ethic, Burton Casting is known for having an exceptional eye for talent, staying current with the latest casting technology and working throughout the United States. For more information visit http://burtoncasting.com/our-work/.

Who can attend: SAG-AFTRA members only

Cost: Free to Houston, Austin or ProACT Conservatory members. Not a Conservatory member? SAG-AFTRA members may join the Conservatory for $35/year - join here.

This workshop is not intended to imply an endorsement of any individual or company by SAG-AFTRA. The information provided through the workshop is given for informational purposes and may not be a suitable substitute for the advice of other industry professionals. You should always use good judgment in these matters and should not act or refrain from acting based solely on information provided through the workshop.

Jul 12 10:00am
New York
SAVE THE DATE: Join SAG-AFTRA at the New York City Disability Pride Parade, July 12More Info

Show your pride! Join us as we march, roll, or dance behind our SAG-AFTRA banner, down Broadway in NYC's first annual Disability Pride Parade.

Thousands of New Yorkers with disabilities and their families and friends will descend on Manhattan, celebrating their way from Madison Square Park to Union Square, on Sunday, July 12. You can revel in the diversity of New York's disability community and enjoy great music, exciting speakers, and a festive atmosphere. 

When: 10 a.m., Sunday, July 12, 2015
March begins at Noon. More information about SAG-AFTRA meeting time and location to follow. 

For more about the parade, visit: http://www.disabilitypridenyc.com or www.nyc.gov/mopd

Questions? Email diversity@sagaftra.org

 

Jul 12 1:00pm-3:00pm
Dallas Fort Worth
Young Performers Eat, Play, Bowl on Sunday, July 12More Info

Come meet fellow SAG-AFTRA young performers for some fun video games, bowling and pizza at PINSTACK in Plano!

What: Young Performers Meet Up - ages 7 to 18.  (Young performers must be accompanied by parent/guardian.)

Young performers eat, play, bowl while parent/guardians 

  • Network with other child-actor parents
  • Find answers on state requirements for young performers
  • Get SAG-AFTRA info on contracts
  • Learn about set safety

When: 1-3 p.m., Sunday, July 12, 2015

Where: Pinstack (pinstackbowl.com)
6205 Dallas Parkway 
Plano, TX  75024 
(Westside of Tollway between Windhaven Pkwy and W. Spring Creek)

Cost: Free to SAG-AFTRA Young Performers
$25 for non-member young performers

RSVP: Space is limited. RSVP required by July 7. DallasRSVP@sagaftra.org.

 

Jul 13 7:00pm
Michigan
SAG-AFTRA Michigan Local SalonMore Info

ATTENTION SAG-AFTRA MEMBERS
Please join us at the next
SAG-AFTRA Michigan Local Salon

sa•lon\sə-ˈlän, ˈsa-ˌlän, sa-ˈlōⁿ\ (noun):
a regular meeting of writers, artists, etc., 

When: 7 p.m., Monday, July 13, 2015

Where: Affirmations
290 W. 9 Mile Road
Ferndale, MI 48220
(very reasonable metered parking in the rear)

Do you have something you're working on that you want to try out in front of a live audience? Have you wanted to stretch yourself and try something new and challenging? Whether you're getting ready for an audition, wanting to try stand-up comedy, or honing your craft, now you have a safe, friendly environment where you can work on your chops.

Please bring all items you need for your act. Music can be played as back-up from your phone. There is also a grand piano available, but it is across from the stage on the far side of the room.

There is no charge.

Questions? Write to Michigan@sagaftra.org

 

Jul 14 6:00pm-8:00pm
Los Angeles
New Media Contract WorkshopMore Info

When: 6 – 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 14

Where: SAG-AFTRA
James Cagney Boardroom – Lobby Level
5757 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Parking will be validated.

A SAG-AFTRA New Media Business Representative will explain the signatory documents and walk attendees through signing a project using the online signatory process in the Production Center at SAGAFTRA.org.

To RSVP please email newmediaevents@sagaftra.org.

This workshop is open to all those interested in producing entertainment content in new media.

Questions? contact (323) 549-6446

To stay up to date on all SAG-AFTRA New Media related news and events, follow us on Twitter using the handle @sagaftranm.

Jul 14 6:30pm-8:00pm
Hawaii
New Member Orientation MeetingMore Info

When: 6:30 - 8 p.m., Tuesday, July 14

Where: Studio 909
949 Kapiolani Blvd., Musicians Union Bldg.
Honolulu, HI
Limited parking in the building; street parking; NBC parking

Calling all new members: If you have not attended a member orientation meeting, be sure to RSVP for this event. SAG-AFTRA Hawaii Local Executive Director Brenda Ching will cover topics such as member benefits, contracts, Global Rule One and professional representation. Franchised agent Joy Kam from the Kathy Muller Talent & Modeling Agency will be available to answer questions on representation. Bring your new member packet too.

RSVP is required. To RSVP, email brenda.ching@sagaftra.org or call (808) 596-0388 and press 1# to leave a message.

Jul 16 7:00pm-10:00pm
Hawaii
Method Acting for the Camera with Scott RogersMore Info

When: 7 - 10 p.m., Thursday, July 16

Where: Studio 909 at the Musicians Union
949 Kapiolani Blvd.
Honolulu, HI
Limited parking at the Musicians Union and street parking.

Method acting is the most misunderstood acting technique in the world. Much of what you read on the internet about it is wrong. You hear the phrase “very method” used often to describe an actor’s performance - usually when they're overacting or throwing tantrums on set or "living as the character" off-camera too. In reality, none of these things have anything to do with the method. Method acting has been called everything from brilliant to dangerous, but there's a reason it’s still used. And, the ranks of method trained actors include Angelina Jolie, Bradley Cooper, Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep.

Cost/Registration: Cost is $15. Email Brenda Ching at brenda.ching@sagaftra.org to register. Payment confirms your reservation. Please mail your check made payable to “SAG-AFTRA Conservatory” to 949 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite 105, Honolulu, HI 96814. Payment must be received by July 14. Class is limited to 40 current/paid-up members.

This workshop will teach you to use some of the techniques of method acting to help you feel the required emotion take after take, without the need of other actors and more powerful than any technique you’ve ever used. Nothing works as well when shooting the close-up. We’ll use lecture, Q&A and exercises during this workshop.

About Scott Rogers
Scott Rogers coaches principal actors on the sets of national television shows and motion pictures. He has produced, cast and directed more than 100 professional productions and dozens of TV commercials. He was the fulltime on-set acting coach for the national TV series North Shore and Baywatch: Hawaii. Scott's clients include series regulars and principal actors on many shows, including Lost, Hawaii Five-0, Friday Night Lights, Cougar Town and ER, and actors appearing in films such as Indiana Jones & the Crystal Skull, 50 First Dates and Pearl Harbor. Scott also worked as an acting coach under a three-year exclusive contract with 20th Century Fox.

Scott is a proud 30-plus-year member of Actors Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA, where he serves as a National Board member and on several national and local committees. He is proud to serve as co-chair of the SAG-AFTRA National Conservatory Committee, which provides support for the training of professional actors across the country. He has taught acting to hundreds of actors in classes all over the world and auditioned more than 15,000 actors for various productions. His students appear on TV, film and Broadway daily. For more information on the instructor, please visit www.ScottRogersStudios.com.

This workshop is not intended to imply an endorsement of any individual or company by SAG-AFTRA. The information provided through the workshop is given for informational purposes and may not be a suitable substitute for the advice of other industry professionals. You should always use good judgment in these matters and should not act or refrain from acting based solely on information provided through the workshop.

Jul 17-18 6:00pm-1:00pm
Michigan
Member Discount for Workshops in Grand RapidsMore Info

You are Invited to Participate in Two Workshops in Grand Rapids
Audition for Film and Television Workshops with Deborah Barylski

Hosted by Compass College of Cinematic Arts

MAKING SMARTER CHOICES: An Audition Workshop 

When: 6-9 p.m., Friday, July 17 

Where: Compass College of Cinematic Arts
41 Sheldon SE, Grand Rapids 

Through cold reading, this is a workshop focused on the actual audition process from the perspective of your actor preparation, how to make deeper choices, and how to figure out “what THEY want.” No camera will be used in this class. The following will be covered:

  • An insider’s perspective on how to have an effective read in the casting director’s office.
  • How to make effective choices when presented with sides.
  • How to make adjustments based upon getting direction.
  • Immediate feedback and suggestions.
  • Everyone will work/audition a minimum of two times.
  • Participants limited to 16 people. 

AUDITIONING ON CAMERA: Do’s and Don’ts of Creating an Effective On-Camera Audition

When: 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, July 18

Where:  Compass College of Cinematic Arts
41 Sheldon SE, Grand Rapids 

This is a workshop focused on the TECHNICAL aspects of creating an on-camera audition – the nuts and bolts of filming your audition – and less about the actual actor prep. Audition sides will be provided. The following will be covered:

  • How does an effective filmed audition look?
  • How do you set up the camera?
  • Should you have a reader? 
  • What kind of lighting should you use?
  • Do you need to rent a studio?  
  • Participants limited to 10 people to allow ample time for recording and feedback

Cost for a single workshop is $75 – But a 20 percent discount for SAG-AFTRA members = $60.  
Combined enrollment cost is $125 – But a 20 percent discount for SAG-AFTRA members = $100. 

To register for one or both of these workshops, please contact Nancy Wagner at Compass Academy for Cinematic Arts at: nancy.w@compass.edu.

Deborah Barylski is an Emmy-Award winning casting director. Some of Ms. Barylski’s most recent casting credits include THE MIDDLE, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT (for which she won the Emmy), LIFE WITH BONNIE, STILL STANDING, HOME IMPROVEMENT and JUST SHOOT ME. She was nominated for the Artios Award for excellence in casting seven times, and won the Artios in 2003 for ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT.

She has also directed in theatres in Michigan, Illinois, California, and Alaska. Her most recent full-length Los Angeles directorial outing, the world premiere of SOLACE by Jake Jay Clark, garnered three L.A. Weekly Award nominations, including  “Best Direction,” “Best Original Play,” and “Best Ensemble.  

For the past thirty years she has held acting for the camera, cold reading, and audition classes in Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, St. Louis, San Diego and Vancouver, among many others. She holds professional memberships in the Casting Society of America and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She was a member of the American Theatre Association for twenty-five years. She holds a B.A. in theatre from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, and a Master's in directing and theatre management from Illinois State University at Normal. She has been inducted to the “Hall of Fame” at both Alma Maters. She resides in Santa Monica, California and St. Louis, Missouri.

The products and services noted herein are provided as an informational service to SAG-AFTRA members and are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Any questions must be handled by the provider. This information is not intended to serve as an endorsement nor is any warranty or guarantee implied.

 

Jul 18 2:30pm
Los Angeles
Discount: Outfest Los Angeles: "Transgender Hollywood" Panel, July 18More Info

When: 2:30 p.m., Saturday, July 18

Where: Directors Guild of America
7920 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Parking is free at the DGA Theater Complex (7920 Sunset Blvd.) and the Sunset Lofts (7950 Sunset Blvd.). Enter off Hayworth Ave. Click here for more parking info.

SAG-AFTRA National LGBT Committee and Outfest have joined forces to discuss the pros and the cons of the “trans”-formation of mainstream media and whether this is a cultural movement that’s here to stay. Come join a lively discussion with trans stars and industry experts as a dialogue unfolds in real time.

Panelists include Alexandra Billings (Transparent), D’ Lo (Sense8), Ian Harvie (Transparent), Mya Taylor (Tangerine), Nick Adams (GLAAD Director of Transgender Media)

SAG-AFTRA members receive $4 off regular price tickets (reg. price $15). To purchase discounted tickets, you must register with Outfest here as a “Crew” level member at no charge to you.

Questions? Email diversityevents@sagaftra.org or call (323) 549-6644.

The products and/or services are provided as an informational service to SAG-AFTRA members and are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Any questions must be handled by the provider. This information is not intended to serve as an endorsement by the union nor is any warranty or guarantee implied.

 

Jul 23 11:00am-9:00pm
Los Angeles
Dancers Forum IV: A Day to Unify the Dance CommunityMore Info

When: Thursday, July 23
Part I – Day workshops will review DanceMapLA survey results where dancers will have the opportunity to voice their opinions and stories, propose solutions and create action plans.

  • Check in and lunch: 11 a.m. – noon
  • Workshops: Noon – 5 p.m.
  • Reception: 5 – 6:30 p.m.

Part II – Evening Panel featuring Nigel Lythgoe (So You Think You Can Dance), Laura Zucker (Executive Director of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission) and Toni Basil (choreographer, director, producer, filmmaker)

  • Check in: 6:30 – 6:50 p.m.
  • Panel and summation: 7 – 9 p.m.

Where: Day Workshops
SAG-AFTRA – James Cagney Boardroom
5757 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Parking will be validated.

Evening Panel
SAG Foundation Actors Center – Mezzanine Level
5757 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Parking will be validated.

Dancers Forum IV is a full day dedicated to stimulating a deeper understanding of our dance community. Los Angeles dance tribes are multifaceted and complex. DanceMapLA sets out to identify, measure and inform the performer of the current condition of the dance field. Results of the DanceMapLA survey will be announced and divided into four discussion groups—public relations and marketing, basic needs, production, and training and education—attended by specialists in the varied disciplines. In these breakouts, dancers will have the opportunity to voice their opinions and stories, propose solutions and create action plans. At the end of the day, we will host a summation where the solutions will be shared and further discussed by our celebrity panelists.

Please note: You must RSVP for the day session and the evening session separately.

To RSVP for the day workshops, email Joanne or Sonja at ctfdla@sagaftra.org or call (323) 549-6660.

To RSVP for the evening session, click here. Questions? Call (323) 549-6660.

The products and/or services are provided as an informational service to SAG-AFTRA members and are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Any questions must be handled by the provider. This information is not intended to serve as an endorsement by the union nor is any warranty or guarantee implied.

Jul 25 2:00pm
New York
Discount for SAG-AFTRA members to the 2015 "72 Hour Shootout" World Premiere Film Screening, Wrap Party and Red Carpet Awards Ceremony, July 25More Info

When: Saturday, July 25
2 p.m. World Premiere Film Screening
5 p.m. Wrap Party and Red Carpet Awards Ceremony

Where: Lower East Side (see below for Awards Ceremony and After Party venues)
World Premiere Film Screening 
Village East Cinema 
189 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10003

Wrap Party and Red Carpet Awards Ceremony 
TBD

Join the Film Lab, filmmakers, actors, writers, directors, sponsors, judges, and more for the WORLD PREMIERE of THE TOP TEN 72 Hour Shootout films of 2015!  

In just one weekend, some of the world’s most brilliant filmmakers tackled the inequality of their industry, with amazing results. All over the world, multi-racial teams worked together with a common goal. Come out and see the beautiful results of the top 72 Hour Shootout films of 2015 at Asian American International Film Festival, organized by the Film Lab, at Village Cinema East (Theater 1) at 2 p.m., July 25.

In order to purchase tickets to the World Premiere Film Screening, visit http://www.asiancinevision.org/asian-american-international-film-festival-2015. Use discount code aaflaaiff15 for 25 percent off. 

For Wrap Party and Red Carpet Awards Ceremony tickets, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/two-faces-the-shootout-film-premiere-wrap-party-tickets-17518801206. SAG-AFTRA members will receive 33 percent off. 

The After Party will feature a live musical performance by amazing Baritone Saxophonist and Composer Ben Barson (www.benbarsonmusic.com/) and his band and fabulous live auctions, raffles, door prizes and more from the 72 Hour Shootout sponsors - from engraved 11th Anniversary Shootout bottles of Johnnie Walker to Jikiden Reiki massage gift certificates to raffles and door prizes and much, much more. Check out more details at http://www.asianamericanfilmlab.com/72-hour-shootout.    

Questions? Email Youn at Shootout@film-lab.org.  

The products and services noted herein are provided as an informational service to SAG-AFTRA members and are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Any questions must be handled by the provider. This information is not intended to serve as an endorsement by the union nor is any warranty or guarantee implied.

 

Aug 08 10:00am-3:00pm
New York
Annual Blood Drive for Performing and Media Artists, Saturday, Aug. 8More Info

When: 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 8

Where: American Red Cross Chapter
520 West 49th Street
(between 10th and 11th Avenues)

Appointments are encouraged and can be made by calling (800) RED-CROSS or going to their website at www.redcrossblood.org. Walk-ins are welcome. One donation can save as many as three lives.

The blood drive is run by the Red Cross. For blood donor qualifications, please click here.

The FDA imposes a number of donor registration restrictions. These restrictions, followed by the Red Cross, are solely the responsibility of the FDA and are not endorsed by SAG-AFTRA. The products and/or services noted herein are provided as an informational service to SAG-AFTRA members and are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Any questions must be handled by the provider. This information is not intended to serve as an endorsement by the union nor is any warranty or guarantee implied.

 

Aug 30 12:00pm
Ohio-Pittsburgh
SAVE THE DATE: Cleveland Council EventMore Info

Fellow Cleveland Council Members:  

We are looking forward to our next scheduled event, which will be held rain or shine, as the pavilion at our next location is superb!

When: Noon, Sunday, Aug. 30

Where: Keystone Shelter, West Creek Reservation, Parma (see link)
http://www.clevelandmetroparks.com/Main/Keystone-Reservable-Shelter.aspx

Please put it on your calendar now, and in addition to having a cookout picnic and meeting, we’ll add a guest speaker, some prizes and other activities TBD. 

We’ll have better luck next time!

Sincerely, 

Cleveland Council Committee