San Francisco Ferry Building going blue for World Diabetes Day

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San Francisco Ferry Building going blue for World Diabetes Day

Time: November 14, 2009 from 5pm to 7pm
Location: Park between Ferry Building and Embarcadero
Street: One Ferry Building
City/Town: San Francisco, California 94111
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Event Type: wdd, world diabetes day, blue, building, san francisco
Organized By: JDRF, Close Concerns and Diabetes Hands Foundation
Latest Activity: Jul 25

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Event Description

Thanks to the generous sponsorship by Johnson & Johnson, San Francisco's Ferry Building will go BLUE THIS WORLD DIABETES DAY!!

We invite you to join at least a hundred other people with diabetes at this very special event as we celebrate together World Diabetes Day.

Park between Ferry Building and Embarcadero
One Ferry Building
San Francisco, California 94111

Nov. 14, starting at 5 pm
until about 7 pm-ish

* Come with your entire family,
* Dress up in blue,
* Paint your face blue,
* Bring a flashlight and blue cellophane,
* Bring blue signs.


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Comment by FatCatAnna on November 13, 2009 at 10:03am
Wish I lived closer. Will be in Ottawa participating in some events. Changed my nose ring today to BLUE!!! Was fun putting it in, as I've never changed my nose piercing before . The things we do to be BLUE !

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