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QD Garden: Community Build Day

Join us in co-creating a queer-owned, queer-ran teaching garden and third space for the community to learn about & practice food sovereignty!

Text 210-900-2471 for address, or fill out this form to be notified about future developments with the garden!

Beyond a Book Club

Octavia Butler left us instructions in her classic sci-fi works: Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents. Let’s take her life’s work seriously, and build where she left off. 

Finding time to read and learn can feel impossible under capitalism. Join us to read aloud and dream together! <3

🌱 This will be an outdoor event in The Backyard at Me Time, so if you like, bring something to sitting on!

🌐 Please RSVP if you’d like to attend virtually!

😷 Masks are required (: 💙

Facilitated by Sky (they/them), in the backyard at Me Time.

Upcoming Sessions:

  • March 17th, 2024
  • March 31st, 2024
  • April 14th, 2024

Queering DIY

This is an interactive, co-created skills-sharing gathering for us adults who are tired of adulting, but refuse to give up bc we have dreams✨. 

In this session, we will be going through the Hand Embroidery 101: Basics, Stitches, and Uses as well as having time for starting personal projects and troubleshooting first time issues in a supportive community. 

Needles, hoops, and floss (thread) will be available and free for use! 

Want to learn how to mend holes and patch up clothing? Want to add flowers or custom designs to your fabrics? Then hand embroidery may be right for you! 

Drop your email to let us know you’re interested and/or you’re available for this upcoming session on March 30th, 2024.

Your teacher for the day will be Florence Tyler, MPH (: @florencetyler_ on IG



EventsEvents here && around town

Have an event to add to the community calendar?

Want to host an event at Me Time?

Best for local healing arts practitioners on their solopreneur journey who want a ‘home base’ to meet with their clients, outside of their own home — or, for photographers looking for a unique backdrop for their next photoshoot. 

Me Time is also great for traveling creative entrepreneurs who need a space that doubles as a place to work and receive clients.

Offer clients a cozy, vibey space to host your private, in-person sessions; whether it be for tarot readings, reiki, massage, therapy, hair styling, tattoo ceremony — the possibilities are abundant.

Let’s talk and see if Me Time will make a good partner for your growing business!

We all need to eat

Silent Meditation

✔︎ bring or wear bug spray, and something to sit on, since this will be an outdoor event

✔︎ this is NOT a guided meditation session… We are holding space to sit in silence ✨together✨ because just as with Qi Gong, practicing in a group can amplifies the energy. So, please bring your own intentions/Sankalpa/affirmations to meditate on. 

✔︎ we start at 6:30 sharp, so arrive early to get settled in

Your facilitator will be The House of Good Qi’s in-house Sanadora, Xylia Larissa (: 


Dreamworkers: A Lucid Wave

In this intimate dream circle space we will be discussing dreams, proper sleep, and how to access lucid dreaming.

Your hosts will be Iz and Vic of Dreamworkers. Learn more about their work here.

Amir Aziz

Amir Aziz, an Oakland-based Photojournalist and Documentary Filmmaker, who leads visual journalism at Oaklandside, and is a 2022 local fellow with CatchLight. His editorial work has appeared in The New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and other publications. He runs a small production company called ONUS Media, creating documentaries and collaborating with local organizations.

Daniel Ikejimba

A first-generation Nigerian-American from Chicago with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The University of Texas and a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Hawaii Pacific University. They blend Choice Theory, Positive Psychology, and CBT for a holistic approach to healing and have researched learning and memory development in children, across-cultures and on the impact of hate on social relationships.

Sasha Kelley

Sasha Kelley is an Oakland based multidisciplinary artist using photography, place making, and social practice to explore the topics of collective archives, divine archetypes, collaboration with black/brown/queer communities. This year, Sasha has participated in Black Space Residency, produced a solo show at Swim Gallery and released Keek Magazine