Growing Clean Energy Jobs in Oakland, 4/5/14

Growing Clean Energy Jobs in Oakland, 4/5/14

How do we create more jobs for our community, especially our youth? Is it possible for those jobs to be good for people AND for the planet? How can the community, including youth, lead the way?
The Oakland Climate Action Coalition invites you, your friends, and your family to explore possible solutions that address the… Read more »

2530 San Pablo Holiday Open House, 12/13/13

2530 San Pablo Holiday Open House, 12/13/13

This Friday, from 5-8 PM, our neighbors in our San Pablo building will join together to have a big, festive open house! The Ecology Center, Sierra Club, Yoga Room, Golden Gate Audubon, League of Women Voters, and our new neighbors Save the Frogs will be celebrating the season with food, drinks, live music, art and… Read more »

Halloween and Day of the Dead Celebration at our Farmers’ Market, 10/29/13

Halloween and Day of the Dead Celebration at our Farmers' Market, 10/29/13

It’s time for a favorite annual event at the Farmers’ Market, our cross-cultural Halloween/Day of the Dead (El Día de los Muertos) Celebration. This coming Tuesday, the Farmers’ Market will be in full color, with live Aztec dance, live Caribbean music by Asheba, free all-ages costume making with East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse, face… Read more »

Charles Eisenstein Talk: The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible, 10/23/13

Charles Eisenstein Talk: The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible, 10/23/13

This coming Wednesday from 7-9 PM, we expect a full house to welcome speaker Charles Eisenstein. Many activists sooner or later come to face frustration, cynicism, or despair. Far from being obstacles to overcome, these feelings are invitations into a deeper level of activism that includes the personal and relational. On their other side lies… Read more »

Sunday Streets Berkeley Returns, 10/13/13

Sunday Streets Berkeley Returns, 10/13/13

The best Sunday in Berkeley is almost here! Sunday Streets Berkeley will bring car-free fun to two miles of Shattuck Avenue in Downtown Berkeley, this Sunday from 11 am – 4 pm. That means two miles’ worth of activities, music, and local businesses to discover, whether you are on foot or two wheels. Check out… Read more »