EMERYVILLE – Fri. evening
11am-6pm Emeryville Art Exhibition
Open until 6pm tonight and tomorrow night (11am-6pm) visit the incredible Emeryville Art Exhibition at 6121 Hollis St. next to Bucci’s. in Heritage Square This is the largest collection of artwork in its 28 year history. The 117 artists are either residents or work in Emeryville. Experience the fountains of creativity spilling over the space and pause to immerse yourself in the texture and colors of Susan Avila’s 2012 Garden of Delights, a digitally printed silk backed creation with industrial felt and recycled muslin, completed with free-motion machine stitching. Amazing! The exhibit closes on Sun., Nov. 2 after the Nancy Karp & Dancers perform their site specific Double Portraits dance piece at 3:30 and 4pm. Space donated by Wareham Development.
5-7pm Bay Street Trick or Treat Halloween Party
4:45pm Free Trick or Treat bags distributed while supplies last
5pm Free face painting and balloon making
6-7pm Trick or Treating with participating Bay St. merchants
Location: Bay Street in Emeryville
9:30am – 4:30pm A Not So-Spooky Halloween With The Kids
Come to Habitot Children’s Museum for our Not So-Spooky Halloween celebration for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Children and their caretakers can play miniature golf in the garden graveyard, paint miniature pumpkins and fly paper ghosts in the Wind Tunnel. Other activities also include the witches’ apothecary in the grocery store, treats, and prizes. Come in costume for this not so-spooky event!
Location: Habitot Children’s Museum, 2065 Kittredge St. in Berkeley
8-11pm Wake the Dead
Freight & Salvage, 2020 Addison Street in Berkeley
Wake the Dead is a Halloween celebration with Celtic all-star Grateful Dead Jam band. After 11 years of solid success blending Celtic traditional music and the songs of the Grateful Dead, this hot Northern California septet now embraces the entire Summer of Love, delighting Deadheads, folkies, rockers and adventurous lovers alike around the world.
Location: Freight & Salvage, 2020 Addison Street in Berkeley
8-11pm Pirates Halloween Party!
Come aboard for a Pirates Halloween Party
The James Moseley Band fronted by lead vocalist and guitarist James Moseley has been wowing audiences in the Bay Area for over ten years at a wide range of music venues, festivals and special events. Their continually growing fan base, one of the most loyal in the Bay Area, is no doubt due to their high energy live performances that get everyone up and dancing with tunes by Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley and many more. The James Moseley Band showcases the very best in Motown, R&B, Jazz, Blues, Funk and Reggae.This exceptional eight piece band features outstanding musicians and three top notch vocalists.
Location: Sausalito Cruising Club – 300 Napa St.
8pm – 11:30pm Hiromi: The Trio Project @ Yoshi’s
Shows at 8 and 10pm
Pianist and composer Hiromi whose passionate and incendiary keyboard work has been a shining light on the jazz landscape since her 2003 debut, believes that sometimes the voice that never speaks is the most powerful of all. The Trio features Anthony Jackson on Bass and Steve Smith on Drums. Read more.
Location: Yoshi’s, 310 W. Embarcadero in Jack London Sauare