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Veloraptors Bike Ride

Saturdays, 8:45 a.m.
510-922-1653
A weekly group bike ride. free
Warehouse 416 416 26th St., Oakland (map)

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Icarus Project Support Group

First Wednesday of every month
510-238-9171
A radical support group seeking to re-invent the culture of mental health. Advocates self-care, awareness, mutual aid, respect, and self-expression. free
Rock Paper Scissors Collective 2278 Telegraph Ave., Oakland (map)

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Preschool Storytime

, Thursdays, 10:30-11 a.m.
510-597-5017
With read alouds, songs, and rhymes for ages 3 to 5. free
Oakland Public Library, Rockridge Branch 5366 College Ave., Oakland (map)

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Toddler Storytime

, Thursdays, 10:30-11 a.m.
510-597-5017
With songs, active rhymes, and stories for ages 18 months to 3 years. free
Oakland Public Library, Rockridge Branch 5366 College Ave., Oakland (map)

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Music Trivia Night

, , First Friday of every month, 8 p.m.
510-267-1808
Bay Area Girls Rock Camp presents a monthly, all-ages music trivia night, whereby teams of 3-6 test their knowledge of song clips, videos, album art, and more. Ten percent of the cafe's sales during event benefit the camp. donations accepted
Actual Cafe 6334 San Pablo Ave., Oakland (map)

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East Bay Chronic Pain Group

First and Third Tuesday of every month, 3-5 p.m.
510-597-5017
Call Susan Malley at 510-655-3278 or e-mail SusanMalley@Yahoo.com for more information. free
Oakland Public Library, Rockridge Branch 5366 College Ave., Oakland (map)

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