Ribbon-cutting for a 'healing garden,' creekside amphitheater, and Oakland's newest recreation trail at the park. With Friends of Negro Spirituals, Malcolm Westbrooks, and an art installation highlighting Oakland's African American oral historians.
Program honors men and women helping to build their communities, commemorates the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom that demanded jobs and an end to racial and economic discrimination against black Americans. Art show 3pm, dinner 5pm, program 6pm.
$20 per person, $35 per family
Dinner, drinks and dancing with Los Nadies at the annual Rhythmix full moon gala. Also featuring an auction showcasing the work of local artists, jewelers, and artisans as well as event passes, gift certificates to local restaurants, and more.
$20 advance, $25 at the door
Meet like-minded neighbors interested in learning new skills and sharing their services within the community. Savor homemade goods, learn new skills from our community presenters, and bring items for swapping with neighbors.