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Sunday Streets: Open Streets are coming to Berkeley!
10/13/2012 1:00:00 AM UTC - 10/13/2012 6:00:00 AM 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.


Open House
Nyingma Institute Open House  August 28 Free Open houses introduce Kum Nye, and meditation, and provide the opportunity to meet Institute faculty and staff. The open house program runs from 3–5 PM with light refreshments, followed by our regular Sunday chanting at 5 pm and talk at 6 PM. Come for some or all of the activities. All open house events are free. Prayer wheel and meditation garden tour Tibetan Relaxation (Kum Nye yoga) demonstration Talk on the Nyingma Institute, its programs and activities Class and program counseling Reception with light refreshments
Sustainable Bliss: Pesach Stadlin Book Reading & Music
A book event like no other... Sustainable Bliss: A Paradigm Shift by Pesach Dahvid Stadlin Thursday September 8 at 7:30pm Afikomen Judaica 3042 Claremont Ave. Berkeley 7:30-8: Gathering and Book Signing 8-9:30 Selected readings from the book with follow up sacred conversations, In between readings there will be sacred song and a Jewish Native flute meditation.  $5 at the Door Sustainable Bliss: A Paradigm Shift, by Pesach Dahvid Stadlin Sustainable Bliss is a celebration of the great mystery and the great questions about the great "what's going on." It has been called a worldly Jewish "Be Here Now" for seekers of all stripes. Come on a Siddhartha-like quest across the Americas on the "Topsy Turvy Jewish Climate Change Bus," and join an activist tree-sit hundreds of feet aloft in a redwood forest slated to be clear-cut. The short essays in Stadlin's memoir bring us into extraordinary adventures, from life in a riverside Guatemalan orphanage to wartime in Israel, running for cover from searing shards of missile-rain and learning to pray for peace. Most importantly, this book promises to take you to places inside yourself that may be waiting to be explored. Bio: Pesach Dahvid Stadlin aims to be a servant of creator and creation, currently living as a Rabbinical student in Jerusalem. He is Spiritual Director of Eden Village Camp. For many years he worked for the Elijah Interfaith Institute and, prior to that, the Teva Learning Alliance. He is a Jerusalem Peacemaker, song leader, and spiritual wilderness guide. Pesach recently published his adventures and insights in his first book, Sustainable Bliss: A Paradigm Shift.
$10 off 1hr or 1.5hr massage/acupuncture on M-F before 3pm
 Come for an earlier hour session on any weekday and  feel renewed for the rest of the day   Call: 510-845-2341 for an appointment   Berkeley Massage & Acupuncture 1533 Shattuck Ave