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2230 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, California 94704


Sunday Streets: Open Streets are coming to Berkeley!
10/13/2012 1:00:00 AM UTC - 10/13/2012 6:00:00 AM UTC (UTC)
Shattuck Ave, from Haste to Rose, Berkeley, California, 94712
Downtown Berkeley to North Berkeley Shattuck Avenue from Haste to Rose

Cycle, stroll, skate, dance, and play in the open streets for more than a car-free mile!

What is Sunday Streets?

Sunday Streets (also called “Open Streets”) closes streets to automobile traffic for a day so that people may use the space for other physical and social activities. The streets become parks as people replace car traffic. People walk, bike, skate and dance and play. Everyone from businesses and community organizations to musicians and artists use the space creatively, engaging the public and providing spontaneity and discovery.


KCC Modern Living Furniture on University Ave
Art Show & Sale at SGG
Wanda & Suzanne create colorful, charming stained glass mosaics using a traditional approach, but also adding depth and intrigue with the use of mixed media. Join us on Friday, February 10th 5-7pm. Talk with the artists, and enjoy free refreshments & sales in the store. .
Fast Mead Making
While traditional meads take a year (or more) to age and be drinkable, there is rising interest in making meads that are reliably drinkable within a few months and that will be our focus. Lower alcohol meads are drinkable in a couple of weeks. These meads allow you to experiment without having to wait. Jim will guide you through a participatory demonstration of mead-making. You will learn about what equipment you need, how to prepare must (unfermented mead), what flavors work well together, fermentation, sanitation, and bottling. There will be a tasting of some of Jim’s meads along the way. Instructor: Jim Veitch is a Berkeley beekeeper who has been making fast mead for the last 2 years and experimenting with different delicious recipes, including ginger, galangal, dry wine mead, and more. Fast Mead Making Sunday, February 12th, 2-5pm Location: Sticky Art Lab, 1682 University Ave (at McGee), Berkeley Cost: $40 class Optional: additional $30 materials fee (covering honey, airlock, 1-gallon glass carboy) to take fermenting mead home = $70 total
Fresh Irving's Challah Fridays 10am - 2pm at Afikomen
Fresh Irving's Challah is for sale at Afikomen Judaica every Friday from 10:00am 'til 2:00pm. Bring home a delicious braided loaf or a bag of rolls for Shabbat (tastes great toasted for your Sunday breakfast too - if there's any left) Shabbat Shalom!