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Bay Street Back-To-School Celebration – Free Interactive Fun! 

Sat., Aug. 22 2015
Bay Street will buzz with a free day of B2S fun for kids of all ages during the Bay Street Back-to-School Celebration.

Dance-A-Vision will model a B2S fashion show highlighting the latest trends from OLD NAVY in fall fashion for kids as well as live music and dance performances throughout the day. The Oakland Zoo’s ZooMobile will be on site with animal artifacts, games and activities. A live reptile petting zoo provided by Lick Your Eyeballs is sure to entertain all ages as well as the Lego Jeep.

Attendees are encouraged to donate kid’s clothes valued at $10 or more to receive one free adult Oakland Zoo admission. Donations with be distributed by Lend a Hand Foundation.

Check out Bay Street Emeryville for more information!


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