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Job Search Success Strategy Group

, Tue., Sept. 16, 9:30-11 a.m.
(510) 558-7800
Tips on how to focus your job search for best results, how to make networking work for you, how to best market your strengths and experience, and more Free
Jewish Family and Children's Services 2484 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley (map)


Wines of California book launch

, Sat., Sept. 20, 5-9 p.m.
(510) 629-3844
Join authors and Wine Enthusiast critics Mike DeSimone & Jeff Jenssen as they celebrate the release of their unparalleled guide to California wines. Free
Ordinaire 3354 Grand Ave., Oakland (map)


The Overcommitments

Sat., Sept. 20, 8 p.m.
$12, $15
Fenix 919 Fourth St., San Rafael (map)


Berkeley World Music Festival – FREE!

Saturday, Sept. 20th & Sunday, Sept. 21st
Berkeley World Music Festival – FREE!
Enjoy 1 or all 22 FREE music shows. It’s a dazzling mix of 3 Festivals in One!

Saturday features People’s Park concert stars:

Markus James & the Wassonrai (Blue meets Africa)
SambaDá (Brazilian Funk), & La Misa Negra (Colombian Cumbia)
+Crafts Village (Noon – 6 pm) & Café music (12- 9 pm)

Sunday is a street fair carnival (Noon - 6) between Dwight Way - Durant Ave. with main stage led by:

Stephen Kent & Sukhawat Ali Khan (Sufi Trance)
Bouchaib Abdelhadi (Middle Eastern)
+ Beer Garden & Kids Zone.

Schedules at Telegraph at Haste information booth, near UC Berkeley.

Berkeley World Music Festival
People's Park and Telegraph Avenue Venues Telegraph Ave., Berkeley (map)


Worlds Away

Sun., Sept. 21, 3 p.m.
Vallejo Symphony performs works of Mussorgsky, Saint-Saëns, and Ravel $13, $15
Hogan Auditorium 850 Rosewood Ave, Vallejo (map)


Shahyar Ghanbari

Sun., Sept. 21, 6:30 p.m.
$50, $75
Fenix 919 Fourth St., San Rafael (map)


Diamond Jazz

Sun., Sept. 21, 11:30 p.m.
Fenix 919 Fourth St., San Rafael (map)


Free Job-Seeker Workshop: Developing Your Pitch

, Tue., Sept. 23, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
(510) 558-7800
Prepare a strong, succinct pitch that represents your experiences, strengths and goals, while targeting your job interests. Free
Jewish Family and Children's Services 2484 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley (map)


sfSound Series

Sat., Sept. 27, 8 p.m.
Group improvisation w/ Birgit Ulher mit Grosse Abfahrt $10, $15
Center for New Music 55 Taylor St., San Francisco (map)


Illustrations for your Memoir!

Through Sept. 28
Exhibition of art by Annie Day, an illustrator for The Rumpus online literary journal. Free
Glama-Rama Salon Oakland 6399 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland (map)


Abstract with a Twist: Art by Mel O

Through Nov. 2
(510) 629-1918
New works by Mel O. Free
Panorama Framing 3350 Grand Ave., Oakland (map)


THIS MONTH at East Bay Regional Parks!

Third Saturday of every month. Continues through Dec. 19
THIS MONTH at East Bay Regional Parks!
The East Bay Regional Park District offers FREE THIRD FRIDAYS with free parking, swimming, fishing and other activities on the third Friday of each month!

August special events include the Michael Jackson tribute band Foreverland at Contra Loma, and Ardenwood's Cajun-Zydeco Music Festival and Historic Rail Fair. In September, visit Garin for the Apple Festival.

Our 80th anniversary gala is September 13. See for more information on these and other events.

Become a Regional Parks Member and enjoy daily free parking, swimming, and other savings on your visits to your favorite Regional Parks.

East Bay Regional Parks District

East Bay Regional Parks District 2950 Peralta Oaks Court, Oakland (map)


Zulu Nation

Thursdays, 6 p.m.
feat. local hip-hop artists including but not limited to rappers, musicians, and poets free
1 Fam 1606 7th St., Oakland (map)


Éclair de Lune Gypsy Jazz Ensemble

Every other Friday, 7 p.m.
Bacheeso's 246 Grand Avenue, Oakland (map)


Hello Weekend

First Friday of every month, 9 p.m.
top 40, 2000s, and old school $TBA
Parliament 811 Washington St., Oakland (map)


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