Saturday, February 3
The Backroom in Berkeley
An unusual event comes to their stage, – a theatrical presentation by DJ Hamouris, with music and monologues from her personal experience of breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, and recovery.
Jazz guitarist Mimi Fox, a sister-survivor, joins in collaborating on these songs, and both Dan Feiszli (bass) and Michelle Goerlitz (percussion), who performed on the CD, are joining in this celebration of the recording.
The Back Room is an all-ages, BYOB (for those 21+) space, dedicated to (mostly) acoustic music of all kinds. You are welcome to bring your own adult beverage. Located at 1984 Bonita Ave. in Berkeley. 510-654-3808.
Saturday, February 10 – 10am
510-Mermaids and Mermen Just Paddle
Marina Bay Yacht Harbor in Richmond
Show your true colors this Valentine’s Day Weekend.This is a Just Paddle event. Participants must have taken our SUP Intro class of have prior paddling experience. Tailgate Party Following the paddle! The event is $25.00 for experienced paddlers if they sign up before February 1. The price then goes up to $30.00.The cost of our 510-SUP Intro class is $75.00. We are offering Intro classes prior to the Mermaid/Merman paddle on Jan. 26, 27, 31 and Feb. 3, 7.
“Get you Mer-person on! Come paddle on our aquatic playground February 10 as your favorite mermaid or merman. All participants must have prior paddle experience to join this event.” –Jess & Mara
Sign up on their website. Marina Bay Yacht Harbor 1340 Marina Way S Richmond, CA 94804
Jack London Square Farmers Market
Sunday, February 4 & every Sunday, 10am-3pm
Stop by CUESA’s Jack London Square Farmers Market in Oakland, which is operated by CUESA on Sundays in the Palm Plaza (near Webster Street and Embarcadero West), year round, rain or shine. Founded in 1989, the farmers market has deep roots in Oakland, providing a vibrant waterfront marketplace for Bay Area families. With more than 40 vendors, the market offers local produce, food craft products, and breakfast and lunch options. CUESA also hosts free education programs, such as cooking demos, tastings, and kids activities. Visit cuesa.org to learn more.
Saturday, February 10, 2 – 4pm
Bay Street celebrates Black History Month with A Historic Journey of Dance, a live dance event on February 10, from 2 PM to 4 PM. Free to attend, this special journey will showcase both African and African American dances performed by local East Bay dancers including fan favorite Unique Derique. From the distant past to the urban contemporary, these performances will cover a range of dance styles from different eras.
Sunday, February 11, 12noon – 8pm
East Brother Beer CO. Taproom in Richmond
Celebrate East Brother Beer Co.’s one-year anniversary! Participate in the fun Rec Room Party – parlor games for the non-athlete. Try their 7th style of beer, being released that day. Chow on some great BBQ made with and for their beer. Listen to live music. Play a game or two. Sign up for their new Rec Room League.
East Brother Beer Co. Taproom – 1001 Canal Blvd. in Richmond
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