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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
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.


Today is Independent Bookstore Day!
Wherever you are today, go buy a book from an Independent Bookstore... Remember: THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK, READ BEFORE YOU THINK!
The artists had a last minute change of plans
Are you Bu-curious?
Training for Freedom, May 6–7 (Friday, 7–9 PM; Saturday, 10 AM–4:45 PM), DHS404 Classic Buddhist education uses three trainings-shila (ethics), samadhi (meditation), and prajna (wisdom)-to develop wholesome knowledge and power. This workshop introduces these traditional methods for clearing away the network of confusion and karmic patterns with an emphasis on experiential practice. Cost: $95. Instructors: Mark Henderson, Hugh Joswick, and the Buddhist Studies Faculty.  Prerequisite: sincere interest in the Buddha’s teachings.
Bring the whole family to our 13th Annual Family (Free!) Fun Festival right next to the farmers’ market and One block from Downtown Berkeley BART. Games, dancing, and hands-on FUN for all ages. Activities include: 2 Bouncy Houses Zumba Obstacle Course Skateboarding Contest Hula Hoop Contests Strawberry Walk Puppet Making with East Bay Depot for Creative ReUse Create-With-Nature Zone with Environmental Artist Zach Pine Storytime with Berkeley Public Library Berkeley Public Bike Library (All ages, environmentally-themed library) Hands-on Plant Art with UC Botanical Garden UAVs @ Cal (build a drone!) Family Friendly Science with Science@Cal and Community Resources for Science Hoop Dancing Co-sponsored by Science @ Cal, Downtown Berkeley YMCA, the City of Berkeley, Parks, Recreation & Waterfront Dept., and BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit).
Summer Fruit Tree Pruning Class
This class will teach you how to follow up on your winter pruning and to prune for less reactive growth then you might get from winter pruning. In a large Berkeley garden with over 20 different fruit trees to practice on, we will cover which varieties do well in the area, purchasing good trees, pruning in youth, on-going pruning, and natural approaches to common disease and insect issues. Our goal will be to gain confidence in our ability to take care of productive, healthy, and aesthetically pleasing trees. The class will be tailored to the interests of the participants, and we will cover as many types of trees as we have time and interest in. These could include: pears, apples, apricots, plums, citrus, persimmons, figs, asian pears, cherries, peaches, and mulberries. Instructor: Sequoiah Wachenheim started tending vegetables in the Bay Area at age 6 and hasn’t stopped yet! She has been sole proprietor of Earthly Arts, a consulting landscape design business for the last 15 years, and is extremely passionate about growing her own food. Cost: $40 Location: Backyard in Berkeley, address will be given out to class particicpants.
ART FOR PRAYER AND PEACE: A BRIDGE TO ONENESS with Aimee Golant Sunday, June 26 3:00 - 4:00pm Aimee Golant will be speaking about an amazing project she is in the midst of creating called Art for Prayer and Peace: A Bridge to Oneness. This interactive and evocative exhibit has, according to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the "potential for contributing to religious harmony and peace."    Aimee was inspired by her experience, through travel and study, of the universality of diverse religious concepts. This universality is found in shared symbols, imagery and sound.Aimee embarked on a journey to express these shared links and commonality between religions and cultures through art and ritual objects.    She will discuss her greater vision for the ritual objects that honor this connection. Some of the pieces from the collection will be on display at the event, including the Torah and it's 'Oneness' accouterments. Art for Prayer and Peace is endorsed by both His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Pope Francis.    Come learn about this amazing project as it unfolds   Aimee Golant Foundation of Peace: Aimee's Artistic Beginning  
$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