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Early Morning at Lake Chabot

Magical Morning as the fog lifts   Photo/Christina Samuelson

Early morning is a great time for a three to five mile hike along Lake Chabot in the East Bay Regional Parks District. Immersing yourself in nature starts the day with bunnies and fawns crossing your path, the fog lifting from the water and skies waking up. Fishermen head out for their day’s catch and hikers take on the hill challenge. Each day presents a different painting and each painting is full of its own beauty.

How to get there:

Exiting off the 580 at the  Estudillo exit, take Estudillo east under the freeway for about a minute and you can park in San Leandro’s Chabot Park parking lot and head up the hill. Here’s the trail guide. Enjoy!

A bit of history from EBRPD website:

Lands that became Grass Valley Regional Park in 1952 (later Anthony Chabot Regional Park) were on territory east of what would become Oakland and San Leandro, an area where Native Americans collected acorns and other staples of their diet. Today the 5,069-acre park and its lake are named for Anthony Chabot, a pioneer California businessman and philanthropist who created Lake Chabot by building an earth-fill dam in 1874-75.

Lake Chabot Reservoir (served) as a primary source of water for the East Bay. The 315-acre lake was closed to recreation for 91 years. Legislation passed in the 1960s opened the lake for controlled recreational uses. Currently, the lake serves as a standby emergency water supply. For this reason, visitors are asked to observe certain necessary regulations to keep the waters pure. (Read more about the history)

By |2018-11-16T20:49:12-08:00September 28th, 2018|4 Comments

Party Saturday with 21st Amendment’s Limited Issue Beers + Music + Food Trucks at Augustfest!

WHEN: Saturday August 18 – 1-8pm

WHERE: 2010 Williams Street in San Leandro

WHAT: 21st Amendment’s third annual Augustfest event

  • Celebration of three years in their HQ location and production facility
  • Family-friendly Gathering
  • Live Music
  • Live Art
  • Kids Zone
  • Food Trucks
  • Cigar Lounge
  • Lots of Beer!
  • Roll out of their limited issue beers (including old favorites, such as Toaster Pastry and Monk’s Blood) throughout the event
  • FREE admission!
  • FREE shuttle running to and from Downtown San Leandro BART station

By |2018-08-17T12:44:31-08:00August 17th, 2018|0 Comments

The End is Beer. Hopocalypse Day at Drakes in San Leandro!

WHEN: Saturday, February 3rd, 1-5pm

WHERE: Drakes Brewery & Barrel House, 1933 Davis St., Bldg. 177 in San Leandro

WHAT: Drakes Brewing Company celebrates the return of their massively hopped IPAs on Hopacalypse Day.

  • Live Music
  • Beer – including Hopocalypse Green Label Double IPA, Hopocalypse White Label Double IPA, and Hopocalypse Black Label Triple IPA.
  • IPA Festival with guest breweries– featuring super fresh hard to find double and triple IPAs from over a dozen of their favorite breweries, including: Altamont Beer Works, Alvarado Street Brewery, Beachwood Brewing, Berryessa Brewing, Boneyard Brewing, Danville Brewing, Dust Bowl Brewing, El Segundo Brewing, Faction Brewing, Fieldwork Brewing, Kern River Brewing, Knee Deep Brewing, New Glory Craft Brewery, Noble Brewing, Pure Project Brewing, and Russian River Brewing.
  • Food
  • Free BART shuttle to & from San Leandro BART station
  • General Admission is $35 and includes an Hopocalypse Day tasting glass with 8 drink tickets, each good for a 4 oz. pour of any Drake’s or guest beer on tap.
  • Tickets: Hopocalypse2018.eventbrite.com

About Drakes by Drakes

“We are passionate about bringing people together over great beer. With the gritty artisan spirit that embodies the East Bay community we call home, Drakes has been honing the perfect union of hops and grains since 1989.” Drakes Brewing Co.

More info.

By |2018-01-26T08:44:58-08:00January 24th, 2018|0 Comments

Pub Crawl in San Leandro Sat., Aug 26 – Starts at Noon!

START AT 21st AMENDMENT then move on to Drakes!

WHEN: Sat., Aug. 26 from 12-6pm

WHERE: 21st Amendment Brewery & Tap Room – 2010 Williams St. in  San Leandro

WHAT:

COST: Admission is FREE! Families of all ages welcome.

  • Beer tickets $5 each
  • 4 tickets + 21st Amendment mug. $21

PARKING: Free parking in 21A lot

TRANSPORTATION: Free shuttle to/from 21A and the San Leandro Bart Station

DRAKE’S 28th ANNIVERSARY EVENT!

Photo/Drake’s Brewing Co.

WHEN: Sat., Aug. 26, 5-9pm

WHERE: Drakes Brewing Co. 1933 Davis Street, Building 177 in San Leandro

WHAT:

 FREE entry! Reserve your tasting tickets, valid for 8oz standard pour or 4oz barrel-aged pour, and guarantee admission with one of our pre-sale packages.
• More than 25 epic Drake’s brews on tap, including The Void
• Alumni Booth featuring guest brews from our friends
• Rare and retired cellar releases at our To Go Beer Station
• Exclusive draft brews from our OAK Project
• 3+ delicious food trucks
• Live music from Tha Dirt Feelin’
• Incredible art and lithograph posters from Matt Leunig
• Fun activities, including corn hole + giant beer pong 
• Bike valet courtesy of Bike East Bay
• NEW signature Drake’s swag at our Merch Station

• And more! Their 28th Anniversary marks the 375ml bottle release of The Void, Intergalactic Stout. 

 

By |2017-08-25T11:43:13-08:00August 25th, 2017|0 Comments

Truth Thursday: Food Truck/Beer Event in San Leandro

Truth Is Beauty -Toe to Toe Photo/Addie Silveira

WHEN:

Thursday, July 27, 5-9pm

WHERE:

San Leandro Tech Campus, 1600 Alvarado St. in the plaza surrounding the 55 ft. Truth Is Beauty sculpture

WHAT:

  • Off the Grid food trucks:
    • 3-3-3 – Mexican
    • 3 Geeks – Seafood
    • Delicious Delhi – Indian
    • Licensed 2 Grill – American
    • Spork & Stix -Thai
  • Beer from San Leandro breweries: 21st Amendment, Cleophus Quealy & Drake’s
  • Wine
  • Music
  • Games

WHO:

This FREE  event happens every fourth Thursday of the month.

About San Leandro Tech Campus

SLTC is the result of more than 10 years of planning to provide the City of San Leandro and the surrounding community with a transit-oriented, state-of-the-art, technology-focused, Class-A business campus that will create jobs and accelerate the city’s growth. OSIsoft—one of the East Bay’s largest private technology companies—now occupies the first building as its world headquarters. Developer Westlake Urban is extremely proud to be part of San Leandro’s transformation from a 20th century manufacturing community  to a 21st century center of technology and innovation

About Truth is Beauty

Truth is Beauty is the heart and soul of SLTC. The stunning sculpture is already stimulating a vital conversation posed by her question: “What would the world be like if women were safe?”Read more.

“I believe the world is out of balance and that we need to listen to women’s voices and understand their intent.  They do not speak up as often as men.  I believe that one of the reasons for this is the systemic violence against women that has been present throughout history.  I think it’s time to take the next step in evolution, to actively create a safe environment for women and to take responsibility for our society. – Truth is Beauty’s creator Marco Cochrane

 

By |2017-07-27T11:07:38-08:00July 21st, 2017|0 Comments
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