Berkeley Arts Festival Calendar

06/10/2017

East Bay Open Studios

2 weekends June 10-11, 17-18,
200 artists, over 20 at the Sawtooth Building

www.eastbayopenstudios.com

11am to 6pm, 2547 Eighth Street #24a @ Parker,


Berkeley World Music Festival

The Berkeley World Music Festival happens Friday to Sunday, June 9-11 in various locations citywide. It will feature a dazzling array of performances by some of the Bay Area's finest artists. This marks the first time the Festival expands beyond People's Park and Telegraph Avenue stomping grounds.

12 noon to 6pm, MLK Jr. Civic Center Park


Council District 4 Town Hall

District 4 Berkeley Councilmember Kate Harrison is holding a Town Hall with Special Guest Deputy Mayor Kriss Worthington. . Going to town halls is a very effective way to communicate with your local elected officials, and this is a great opportunity to lift up the issues you care about that are affecting your community.

The Councilmember will be discussing Housing, Government Accountability, and Police Reform. The District 4 office will be discussing what we've done, what we're doing, and what comes next. As always, community input on these ongoing initiatives are encouraged and valued.

If you live in District 4 (Downtown Berkeley), your Councilmember is Kate Harrison. All constituents from the City of Berkeley are welcome to attend. You can also look up what Council District you live in using this LINK.

To RSVP, email tsreekrishnan@cityofberkeley.info.
Agendas will be distributed at the meeting and upon RSVP.

Councilmember Kate Harrison will answer questions.





12 noon to 2pm, North Berkeley Senior Center 1901 Hearst Ave – Classroom A


Reflections of Light:

A Night of Songversation with Annie Anton

We all have a story to share, and we hold within our beings a unique expression to reflect - an Important Spark of Light. Through our vulnerability, our humanness, our pain and our joy, we reflect those pieces, weaving the tapestry together and giving each other deeper insights into Who We Are. Now, more than ever, it is time to share, to be unafraid in letting our unique light be fully seen and expressed.

7:30 - Gather, Connect, Opening Ceremony
8:00-9:30 - Songversation with Annie and Special Guests
9:30-10:00 Closing Ceremony

7:30pm to 10pm,


Kensington Symphony Orchestra Concert

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Felix Mendelssohn - Overture for Winds & Percussion Op. 24
Felix Mendelssohn - Violin Concerto in E minor Op. 64, Jason Totzke, violin
Dmitri Shostakovich - Symphony No. 1 in F minor Op. 10

Tickets available at the door:
General Admission $20
Seniors (65 and over)/Students $15
Children under 12 are free

8pm to 10pm, Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley, 1 Lawson Road, Kensington,


Rafael ManrĂ­quez Festival

$25 adv / $29 door. 644-2020. www.thefreigt.org

8pm, Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse, 2020 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA, United States