Xmas on the Street: A Community Xmas Party for the Homeless 

A holiday function that's all about giving back.

Oakland promotional outfit Oaktown Indie Mayhem and the graffiti blog Endless Canvas have come together to throw their annual event, Xmas on the Street, a holiday party that’s free and open to all — including Oakland’s most vulnerable residents. The event takes place on Christmas day at 7 p.m. at an undisclosed location that will be announced the day of on EndlessCanvas.com. Local DJs Miggy Stardust (who throws a popular dance party at The Ruby Room every Friday night) and Sake One of Somar’s Ultra Wave will be playing party jams for revelers to dance and be merry to. In the days leading up to the event, those willing can bring clothing and hygiene-product donations for the homeless to 1 AM Gallery (1523 Webster St., Oakland). Showing up with goods to share with those in need — such as warm clothing, socks, Tupperware, and bathroom products — is totally cool, too.

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