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Friday, July 21 – 8:30-10pm

Dancing Under The Stars: Line Dance

Foot of Broadway in Jack London Square
From experienced dancers to jiving newbies, everyone is invited to an evening of rhythm, grooving and Dancing Under the Stars! Dancers will kick-up their heels and pack Jack London Square for free dance lessons. Each Friday night, Jack London Square will host a different dance theme including the Cha Cha, Rumba, Salsa and Swing Time Swing. The festive, free dance lessons are brought to you by Professional Dance Instructor Bradley Montoya. Make an evening of it! Enjoy happy hour and dinner before the lessons start at 8:30 PM, followed by the dance party, at 9pm. Visit: Facebook Event Page | 510.645.9292

Saturday, July 22  |  11am – 6pm


Throughout Jack London Square

Pedalfest rolls into Jack London Square to celebrate all-things cycling at the Bay Area’s premier bicycle festival. In partnership with Bike East Bay, this annual event will pack the waterfront with more than 20,000 biking enthusiasts enjoying bicycle-themed entertainment, food and exhibits. Free to attend, Pedalfest-goers will enjoy cycling daredevils, eye-popping twowheeled stunts by pro riders; pedal-powered food; and a dazzling collection of new, vintage and handmade bikes from all over the Bay Area. In collaboration with the Bike East Bay and Bay Area Bikes, this amazing family festival celebrates all-things bicycles! Live music, bike demos, stunts, pedal powered stage, rides, art and food. 

Visit: pedalfestjacklondon.com | 510.645.9292

Saturday, July 22 – 3-7pm

Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market at Bay Street in Emeryville

Bay Street’s vibrant twilight farmers’ market brings Emeryville the freshest local fruits, vegetables, organics, cheeses, baked goods, cut flowers and crafted preserves, as well as clothing, jewelry and arts and crafts. Free to attend, this weekly market is presented by the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association. This week, Nneka’s Market will feature a collection of jewelry from Corinthia Peoples including healing, gemstones, copper, silver and sterling silver. Highlights this week include stone fruit, cherries, tomatoes, onions and the first melons of the season from Resendiz Farms, as well as meat and vegetarian empanadas from Nucha.


Market to Table: Jack London Square Farmers Market
Sunday, July 23, 10am-3pm
Jack London Square Farmers Market in Oakland  features the seasonal bounty of the Jack London Square Farmers Market.The Jack London Square Farmers Market is operated by CUESA at Oakland’s Jack London Square on Sundays (10 am to 3 pm), year round, rain or shine. Founded in 1989, the Jack London Square Farmers Market has deep roots in Oakland, providing a vibrant waterfront marketplace of local farms, food crafters, and restaurants for Bay Area families.


Salsa Sunday at Bay Street in Emeryville – Sunday, July 23, 2:30pm to 6pm

Everyone is invited to turn up the heat and enjoy free festive salsa lessons and live music at Salsa Sundays. This popular music and dance series will take place Sunday evenings through August with lessons at 2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m.


Sunday, July 23  |  3:00pm – 5:00pm
USS Potomac’s

Cruise aboard Franklin Roosevelt’s Presidential Yacht Potomac, listening to the finest in live blues music from “Hey Jude”. It is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Berthed in Oakland at Jack London Square, this museum is an exciting attraction and a National Historic landmark. Visit: www.usspotomac.org or call 510.627.1215



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