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Park Stories is a creative contest offered by the East Bay Regional Park District featuring park attendees’ unique stories about how the Parks have affected their lives. Entries consist of a photo and message (50 words or less).
The current theme is:
Pets in the Park! Submit your story about visiting the Regional Parks with your animal companion. Winner receives $100 gift certificate to La Note in Berkeley. Send your photo and story in by May 30. Winners will be selected by the creativity of the message and uniqueness/quality of the photo.
Check out recent winners on the Park Stories Facebook Page and winners will be notified bi-monthly.
HOW TO ENTER
Email your photo and story to: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Park Stories” in the Subject by May 30.
EBRPD & EBX Staff excluded. Winners are one time only and are chosen by EBRPD & EBX. Winners will be asked to sign a model release form. Prizes vary and are distributed by EBX. Photos & stories cannot include content harmful to self or EBRPD grounds.
Most writers experience arid patches, when the well runs dry. Those are the times we need to go inside, find, and reconnect with what truly engages us. The aim of this conference is to support that process.
• Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D. discusses From Conception to Delivery: Giving Birth to a New Book from a Jungian analyst’s point of view. (Friday eve lecture.)
• Charlie Varon shares thoughts and techniques for writers to complete their deepest work with Say What You Mean Before You Die. (Saturday)
• Susan Griffin will speak about discovering, cultivating and refining authentic suspense with What Happens Next? The Inner Life of Suspense. (Saturday)
• Polly Campbell will look at incorporating big ideas like faith and compassion into a blog with Writing the Spiritual Blog. (Sunday)
• Amy Rennert will demystify the publishing process with Secrets of Getting Published Successfully. (Sunday)
• Lynne Kaufman, M.A. created and hosts the conference.
Click here to learn more!
Chipotle has also partnered with San Francisco brewer Speakeasy Ales & Lagers to create a “Cultivate Farmhouse Ale,” a Saison-style beer that will be exclusively available at the festival. Cultivate San Francisco also includes interactive experiences focused on sustainable food, and a Kids’ Zone with activities for the entire family.
Featured musical guests: Mayer Hawthorne, The Walkmen, Walk the Moon, LP, Matt Costa. Featured Chefs include Richard Blais, Michael Chiarello, Amanda Freitag.
For more information, visit chipotle.com/cultivate.
For directions, visit Golden Gate Park at Hellman Hollow.
Featuring over 1200 costumed actors from British Naval officers to swimming mermaids, the annual Fathers Day Weekend event appeals to children and adults alike with four stages of continuous live music from acoustic maritime classics to pirate rock, rows of nautically inspired handcrafts, gourmet foods, micro brewed beers, a dedicated Children's Area, and a 360 degree pirate battle featuring tall ships, black powder cannons and invading sword fighters.
Children under 12 FREE.
Local playwright Marian Berges takes the time-honored Greek myth about a wronged woman with a score to settle, and reconfigures it into the story of a modern jet-setting "execu-diva" in a fractured world of absurdity. A quirky cultural critique with a wicked sense of humor.
Featuring Cory Censoprano, Dakota Fry, Joe Estlack, and Jan Zvaifler. Directed by Gary Graves, costumes by Tammy Berlin, video by Pauline Luppert, sound by Gregory Scharpen & stage management by Alandra Hileman.
Get your tickets today!
Advance sales by phone through Brown Paper Tickets: 800.838.3006
Information & subscriber reservations: 510.558.1381
Visit www.jfku.edu/summer for complete listings and registration details.
Enjoy learning dance and body conditioning at our YWCA's beautiful, spacious facility across from the UC Berkeley campus. Great stress relief and fun! Membership ($20/year) is optional. For beginners! No experience needed.
Affordable Classes! Additional $10 OFF for all class series if you are a member! EVERYONE WELCOME!
For more information, visit www.ywca-berkeley.org