Join one of BPWA's co-founders on this easy ramble. You'll visit Berkeley's first columbarium at the Northbrae Community Church as well as the Sacred Hoop Meditation Garden that honors Native American spirituality. You will also see the site that was proposed for the State Capitol in 1908. Jacque's route will include some rock parks and a few of the paths that she has enjoyed since she was a child, including Fountain Walk and Mendocino Path. The walk will cover about two miles with some mild hills. Leader Jacque Ensign will also offer a shorter, flatter option.
10am, Peetâs Coffee at 1825 Solano Avenue
WB Reid and Bonnie Zahnow, with caller T-Claw. $4 kids/$6 adults. 525-5054. www.ashkenaz.com
3pm to 4:30pm, Ashkenaz Music & Dance Community Center, 1317 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA, United States
with Charlie Hinton & Bill Crossman
Directed by Mark Kenward
Charlie created Solitary Man based on letters and visits with prisoners in Pelican Bay SHU/solitary confinement. The show takes place in November, 2014, a year after the largest prisoner hunger strike in history. Pianist Bill Crossman will improvise music throughout the performance.
This show is a benefit for Black Lives Matter
4pm to 6pm, 2133 University Ave
$13. 7:30pm Balkan dance lesson with Nadav Nur. 525-5054. www.ashkenaz.com
8:30pm, Ashkenaz Music & Dance Community Center, 1317 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA, United States