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Things to do in Alameda on Saturday and Sunday, May 23 and 24, 2015
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
Things to do in Alameda on Saturday and Sunday, May 23 and 24, 2015  Things to do in Alameda:  The Alameda’s Farmer’s Market is open to the public Saturday, May 23 and Tuesday, May 26  mornings from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, rain or shine.  All the fruits and vegetables are available at great prices.  So good!  Don’t miss the opportunity to shop for delectable fruits, vegetables and flowers.  The market is on Webster Street and Haight Avenue and is open rain or shine.   Things to do in Alameda:  Alameda South Shore Center and Off the Grid food trucks on Saturday, May 23, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm in the South Shore Center parking lot near Petco.  The trucks include Things to do in Alameda: The Meyer’s House and Garden will be open on Saturday, May 23 at 1:00 to 4:00 pm. The gorgeous colonial revival was built in 1897 for the prominent Alameda architect, Henry H. Meyers.  Mr. Meyers designed many building and churches, schools and the Posey Tube Portal of the Webster Tube.  The Meyer’s House and Garden is located at 2021 Alameda Avenue in Alameda. This house is a must see for Alamedans to discover what living in Alameda in the early 20th Century was like.  Free for members and for non-members there is $5.00 fee.Things to do in Alameda:  Crab Cove for Family Nature Fun Hour,  “Memorial Day Memories.”  Afterwards, finds out what’s new at the cove with on Saturday, May 23, at 2:00 pm.  Please call 510-544-3187 for more information.Things to do in Alameda:  Poetry at the Bette, Saturday, May 23 from 7 to 9 pm.  Prose and poetry reading.  Free admission, donations appreciated.  Frank Bette Center for the Arts, 1601 Park Street.  Please call 510-523-6957 for more information.  www.frankbettecenter.orgThings to do in Alameda:  Flat Tire Clinic, Sunday May 24 at 5:30 pm.  Learn how to fix a flat tire on your bike.  bring your bike or wheel; tools and instruction provided at Alameda Bicycle, 1522 Park Street.  Please call 510-522-0070 for more information.  Coming events in Alameda:May 30, 2015 at 1 pm, learn about the Birth of the Original Navy Seals:  The underwater Demolition Team.  LCDR William Goehner, Jr., World War II veteran and one of the first Navy Seals will at the USS Hornet Museum.The USS Hornet Bog Ban will also perform.  USS Hornet Museum, 707 W. Hornet Avenue, Pier 3 in Alameda.  Please call 510-521-8448, x 225 for tickets and more information.  www.hornetevents.comMay 31, 9 am to 1 pm, Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off at Alameda Point.  Free for Alameda Homeowners and renters.  Register for drop off time and location at www.stopwaste.org/HHW May 31, 2 to 6 pm, Enchanted Garden: Garden Part concert featuring members of the Island City Opera.  Hors d’oeuvres, wine, silent auction and magician’s performance.  Tickets are $75 in advance and $100 at the door.  $350 for a table of five.  Proceeds will support a new season of performances by the Island City Opera at 1021 Union Street.  Please call 510-263-8060 for more information and to order tickets.Things to Do in Alameda is all about events for the whole family to enjoy in Alameda.  I write about Things to do in Alameda every Friday, so if you like what you see here, please come back for more or visit me on Facebook at Living In Alameda and 101 Things to do in Alameda. I CAN HELP YOU BUY OR SELL REAL ESTATE IN ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA EVELYN KENNEDY, CRS, SRES, ePro CALL ME AT 510-504-5612 OR VISIT SEARCH FOR ALAMEDA HOMES FOR FOR FREE ALERTS FOR HOMES IN ALAMEDA, OAKLAND, EMERYVILLE, SAN LEANDRO, SAN LORENZO AND CASTRO VALLEYFREE HOME EVALUATION FREE SEARCH FOR HOMES IN ALAMEDA COUNTY FREE MARKET REPORTCalBRE #00979900 EMAIL ME AT EVELYN@EVELYNKENNEDY.COM
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How to Buy Probate Properties – Contra Costa County, CA
Ted Cantu (i Cantu Media LTD)
How to Buy and Sell Real Estate – Contra Costa County, CA  FIVE BENEFITS OF PROBATE PROPERTIES Big Bargain Basement Prices: The probate properties market is full of tremendous deals. In fact,  you can actually grab properties for 30% to 50% below market value. You can resell quickly and even capture a lifetime of gains within just a few days. It is your best --  buy low/sell high scenario. This Has A Huge Inventory: Did you know – there are nearly 6 million estates in probate, with assets worth trillions of dollars. That means that it has every type of real estate imaginable —  with a range from houses to beach front motels. This leaves you all sorts of creative opportunities. This Is A Buyer's Market: When you purchase a property out of an estate it assures you of a highly motivated seller. Most of these sellers are eager to sell the house (and other unwanted assets) so that they can pay off debts.  These debts must all be settled before the estate can be distributed. Additional Sources of Assets: in addition to real estate you’ll find a wide array of assets including classic cars, fine jewelry, antiques, art, toys, collectibles and much more. You will come across literally millions of items. And they can sit there for years unless you come along and get them. It's a Investing Secret: Few people know how to find and purchase property from an estate. Even the sellers themselves don't know how to sell their properties. That means, you’ll be the first one in line because you have very little or next to no competition from other buyer's. The other great benefit is that you're helping anxious sellers.How to Buy and Sell Real Estate – Contra Costa County, CA  For more information on probate properties in the Alameda, CA area go to:http://www.eastbayhomes.comCarlos RodriguezBroker / OwnerIntegrity BrokersProbate Real Estate Property Certified®Alameda 510-885-1347 Contra Costa 925-272-4545www.eastbayhomes.comBRE # 01150973 Contact me direct!248-277-6141 http://www.tedcantu.com http://www.1seomichigan.com
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The “Big 5” - Probate Properties – Alameda, CA – East Bay Homes
Ted Cantu (i Cantu Media LTD)
The “Big 5” Things You Need To Know About Probate Properties – Alameda, CA – East Bay Homes When dealing with probate properties here are the 5 things you want to keep in mind….. Probate Properties are sold “as is” with no additional fix up improvements. So don’t expect the owner to lower the price of the property for existing or past problems.Make sure you read the disclosures. When you get a probate property there are special disclosure documents governing probate sales. Make sure you get acquainted with this information and that you understand the terms before making an offer.Be prepared in court. The court will be looking at the timing, the amount you offer and the form in which you make your deposit. This process is closely regulated.Remember, that the seller doesn’t have to wait for you to locate a loan to sell your existing home. You must get advance approval from your lender. Make sure you work with a probate expert. Get as much information as possible. When you work with a real estate expert ask for recent probate experience in your marketplace.. For more information on probate properties in the Alameda, CA area go to: http://www.eastbayhomes.com Carlos Rodriguez Broker / Owner Integrity Brokers Probate Real Estate Property Certified®  Alameda 510-885-1347  Contra Costa 925-272-4545 www.eastbayhomes.com BRE # 01150973Contact me direct!248-277-6141 http://www.tedcantu.com http://www.1seomichigan.com
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ALAMEDA WALKS – 2015 Schedule
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
ALAMEDA WALKS – 2015 Schedule The Alameda Recreation and Parks Department sponsors Alameda Walks,  a program started in 2003.  The program was initially a collaboration of the Alameda Recreation and Park Department, Pedestrian Friendly Alameda and Alameda Collaborative for Children, Youth & Families.  According to Patrick Russi, Recreation Supervisor, Alameda Recreation & Parks,  the goal was to get people out of their homes on Saturday mornings for a little exercise and a chance learn a little about the city of Alameda.  Patrick also notes that while ARPD loves the furry pets, they prefer that they wait for you at home. Alameda Walks are held 2 Saturdays of each month from May to November.  The walks are usually an hour long and are easy unless otherwise noted.  Some are architectural walks and others feature interesting sites in Alameda.  Its a great way to learn about Alameda's neighborhoods and to enjoy a pleasant walk.  The walks average 25 people, but some walks featuring guest speakers have had more 75 walkers. May 2          Alameda Point – Check what is happening out here?Meet at the entrance of the West Gate just inside in the parking lot at 9:00 am. This walk will explore the area around West Gate of the former Naval Air Station. Topics include the A-7B Corsair II Jet, Alameda Naval Air Museum, Site A of the Point Redevelopment Plan, and other fun facts.     May 9          North Shore –WEST                                 *NEW*                      Meet at Littlejohn Park, 1401 Pacific Ave. The walk will explore the history of the area including the Del Monte building and the adjacent environment. Also included in the walk is a brief discussion about Alaska Packers and the world’s first land-based containerized shipping crane. Dennis Evanosky and Eric Kos will lead this walk.  Note:  walk lasts 1 hour 15 minutes ERIC KOS AND DENNIS EVANOSKY  June 6          Webster Street/Crab Cove/Sand Castle Contest              Meet at the tennis courts, Lower Washington Park (entrance on 8th Street) at 9:00 am. The walk will end with the opportunity to check out the building of the sand castle and sand sculptures. June 13        Art Studios in Alameda and Jingletown (Oakland)                          Meet on the plaza in front of Nob Hill Foods, Bridgeside Shopping Center at 10:00 am. This walk will explore the area of art studios in Alameda as well as Jingletown on the other side of Park Street Bridge. The studios are part of the East Bay Art Attack. Participants will be able to go into studios of interest after 11 am. Robert Perricone will lead this walk. Note:  walk lasts 1 hour 15 minutes    July 4           4th of July Holiday – Walk or ride bikes and enjoy the Mayor’s 4th of July Parade!  The parade is always a fun event with lots of cool floats and enthusiastic walkers. July 11         North Shore – EAST                              *NEW*                          Meet at McKinley Park, 2165 Buena Vista Ave. This walk will explore the history of the North Shore area from Clement, Everett, & Buena Vista Avenues, part of Squatter’s Pancoast. Dennis Evanosky and Eric Kos will lead this walk. Note:  walk lasts 1 hour 15 minutesAugust 1         Harbor Bay Business ParkwayMeet at Harbor Bay Ferry Terminal Parking Lot, 299 Adelphian Way (94502). This walk will explore the scenic views of the San Francisco Bay and learn about the businesses and their expansion of the Harbor Bay Business Parkway. Don’t miss out to learn about VF Outdoors, Peets, Donsuemor, et  August 8 Destroyers of Bay Farm *UPDATED*Meet at Tillman Park, 220 Aughinbaugh Way.  This walk will explore Bay FArm History including the use of World War I Destroyers as breakwaters for the development of Harbor Bay.  Dennis Evanosky and Eric Kos will lead this walk.  Note:  Walk last 1 hour and 15 minutes  September 5       Longfellow to Ballena IsleMeet at Woodstock Child Development Center, 500 Pacific Avenue in the parking lot. Entrance is on Lincoln Avenue. This walk will explore the west end of Alameda, see amazing views of SF Bay, and interesting beach cottages. September 12          Lincoln Park, Fernside, Thompson & Water Works            *NEWMeet at Alameda Sun Headquarters, 3216 J Encinal Ave in the parking lot. This walk will explore and focus on Robert Thompson, his estate and Water Works. In addition the walk will explore pre-development of Fernside District, history of Lincoln Park, a visit to Alameda’s first Water Works.    Dennis Evanosky and Eric Kos will lead this walk.  Note:  walk lasts 1 hour  15 minutes LINCOLN PARK October 3            Lincoln Middle School, San Leandro Bay, & FernsideMeet at Lincoln Middle School Parking lot off of Fernside Blvd. This walk will explore and discuss Lincoln Middle School, San Leandro Bay walkway, and Fernside Area. This walk is sponsored by BikeWalk Alameda who will also share information about latest updates. October 10              South Shore vs. Gold Coast                 *NEW*         Meet at Rittler Park, corner of Grand Street and Otis Drive. This walk will explore both sides of the South Shore Development of the 1950’s. In addition the walk will discuss the relationship between Alameda’s Gold Coast and the suburban expansion that altered the area forever.Dennis Evanosky and Eric Kos will lead this walk.  Note: walk will last 1 hour and 15 minutes Special Walk- This walk will last 3 hours and cover 5 miles-Plan accordingly! *NEW*November 14          Fernside Walk & Fall Colors       Meet at High Street Café, 1303 High Street. This special walk will visit one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Alameda especially during the Fall season. Also included in the walk will be great opportunities for photos of the grand residential architecture and sweet gum trees that line the streets with their autumn colors. Robert Perricone will lead this walk. RAIN OUT DATE IS SET FOR NOVEMBER 21 at 9AM  I write about things to do in Alameda.  Things to do in Alameda is all about events for the whole family to enjoy in Alameda.  If you like what you see here, please come back for more or visit me on Living in Alameda Facebook page. I CAN HELP YOU BUY OR SELL REAL ESTATE IN ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA EVELYN KENNEDY, CRS, SRES, ePro CALL ME AT 510-504-5612 OR VISIT SEARCH FOR ALAMEDA HOMES FOR FOR FREE ALERTS FOR HOMES IN ALAMEDA, OAKLAND, EMERYVILLE, SAN LEANDRO, SAN LORENZO AND CASTRO VALLEYFREE HOME EVALUATION FREE SEARCH FOR HOMES IN ALAMEDA COUNTY FREE MARKET REPORTCalBRE #00979900 EMAIL ME AT EVELYN@EVELYNKENNEDY.COM
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Things to do in Alameda on March 13, 14 and 15, 2015
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
Things to do in Alameda on March 13, 14 and 15, 2015 Things to do in Alameda:  Join the Island City Opera at 7:30 pm on Friday, March 13 for their production of two one act operas “Il Tabarro” and “Mr. Bruschino” at the Alameda Elks Ballroom at 2255 Santa Clara Avenue.  Please call 510-263-8060 for more information and tickets. Things to do in Alameda:  Guys and Dolls at the Kofman Auditorium on Friday, March 13 at 8:00 pm presented by Alameda High School.  Tickets. Things to do in Alameda:  Opening Reception on Friday March 13 at 6:00 to 9:00 pm of Water, a show of work by Alameda Artists Ginny Parsons and Lisa Levine at Rhythmix Cultural Works at 2513 Blanding Avenue.  Please call 510-865-5060. Things to do in Alameda:   On Friday, March 13 at 7:00 to 9:00, the Opening Reception of ceramics by Vicki Newcomer and Flavia K at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts at 1601 Paru Street.   Please call 510-523-6957 for information. Things to do in Alameda:  The Alameda’s Farmer’s Market is open to the public Saturday, March 14 and Tuesday, March 17  mornings from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, rain or shine.  All the fruits and vegetables are available at great prices.  So good!  Don’t miss the opportunity to shop for delectable fruits, vegetables and flowers.  The market is on Webster Street and Haight Avenue and is open rain or shine. Things to do in Alameda:  Lunar New Year Festival on Saturday, March 14 at 11:00 am to 2:30 PM at Harbor Bay Landing Shopping Center 875 Island Drive.  The festival is sponsored by the Harbor Bay Intercultural Committee featuring the Lincoln Middle School Band, multicultural dances and demonstrations.  Free to the public. Things to do in Alameda:  Alameda South Shore Center and Off the Grid food trucks on Saturday, March 14, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm in the South Shore Center parking lot near Petco.  The trucks include Sensor Sisig, Seoul on Wheels, Whip Out! Rocko’s Ice Cream Tacos, Cluck it Up, Lobsta Truck, Licensed to Grill, Out of the Cave and Southern Comfort Kitchen. Things to do in Alameda: The Meyer’s House and Garden will be open on Saturday, March 14 at 1:00 to 4:00 pm. The gorgeous colonial revival was built in 1897 for the prominent Alameda architect, Henry H. Meyers.  Mr. Meyers designed many building and churches, schools and the Posey Tube Portal of the Webster Tube.  The Meyer’s House and Garden is located at 2021 Alameda Avenue in Alameda. This house is a must see for Alamedans to discover what living in Alameda in the early 20th Century was like.  Free for members and for non-members there is $5.00 fee. Things to do in Alameda:  Crab Cove for Family Nature Fun Hour,  “Low Tide Exploration.”  Play games to learn survival skills. Afterwards, finds out what’s new at the cove with on Saturday, March 14, at 2:00 pm.  Please call 510-544-3187 for more information. Things to do in Alameda:  Saturday, March 14 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm Poetry at the Bette.  Prose and poetry reading followed by open mic.  Frank Bette Center for the Arts is located at 1601 Paru Street in Alameda.  Please call 510-523-6957 for more information. Things to do in Alameda:  Guys and Dolls at the Kofman Auditorium on Saturday, March 14 at 8:00 pm presented by Alameda High School.  Tickets. Things to do in Alameda:  Join the Island City Opera at 7:30 pm on Sunday, March 15 for the final production of two one act operas “Il Tabarro” and “Mr. Bruschino” at the Alameda Elks Ballroom at 2255 Santa Clara Avenue.  Please call 510-263-8060 for more information and tickets. Coming events in Alameda: West End Wine & Dine on Webster Street Let us entertain you! Share a fine meal with a friend Tickets are still available for the West End Wine & Dine on Thursday, March 19, 2015.  Tickets are being sold at the featured restaurants, the WABA office and online at Alameda Theater Classic Movies features Blade Runner on Tuesday, March 17 and Wednesday, March 19.  A blade runner must pursue and try to terminate four replicants who stole a ship in space and have returned to Earth to find their creator.  Directed by Ridley Scott and starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer and Sean Young. Things to Do in Alameda is all about events for the whole family to enjoy in Alameda.  I write about Things to do in Alameda every Friday, so if you like what you see here, please come back for more or visit me on Facebook at Living In Alameda and 101 Things to do in Alameda. I CAN HELP YOU BUY OR SELL REAL ESTATE IN ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA EVELYN KENNEDY, CRS, SRES, ePro CALL ME AT 510-504-5612 OR VISIT SEARCH FOR ALAMEDA HOMES FOR FOR FREE ALERTS FOR HOMES IN ALAMEDA, OAKLAND, EMERYVILLE, SAN LEANDRO, SAN LORENZO AND CASTRO VALLEYFREE HOME EVALUATION FREE SEARCH FOR HOMES IN ALAMEDA COUNTY FREE MARKET REPORTCalBRE #00979900 EMAIL ME AT EVELYN@EVELYNKENNEDY.COM
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Things to do in Alameda on February 27, 28 and March 1, 2015
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
Things to do in Alameda on February 27, 28 and March 1, 2015 Things to do in Alameda:  Join for a full evening Friday, February 27th from 6:00 to 9:00 pm by Artists' Reception & Auction, an event featuring author and humanitarian Dave Eggers including a reception of participating artists and conversation with Lost Boys, Gabriel Deng and Valentino Deng, along with What is the What author Dave Eggers. The night will end with an exciting live auction of all art contributed to benefit education and women's projects in South Sudan.  Tickets $100.  Please contact carrie@valentinoachakdeng.org (415) 550-8840 for tickets and information. Things to do in Alameda:  The Alameda’s Farmer’s Market is open to the public Saturday, February 2 and Tuesday, March 3  mornings from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, rain or shine.  All the fruits and vegetables are available at great prices.  So good!  Don’t miss the opportunity to shop for delectable fruits, vegetables and flowers.  The market is on Webster Street and Haight Avenue and is open rain or shine. Things to do in Alameda:  Saturday, February 28 at the Alameda Naval Air Museum from 10:00 am to 4 pm see the unique collection of artifacts and exhibits emphasizing the role of the Alameda Naval Air Station.  The Museum is located at 2151 Ferry Point, Building 77 in Alameda.  Please call 510-522-4262 for more information. Things to do in Alameda:   Saturday, February 28 at Ruby Bridges Elementary School from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm and Dance for Freedom.  Zumba class and Human Trafficking Awareness Event.  There will be a raffle and refreshments.  The event is open to all fitness levels.  Tickets in advance are $20 and at the door the tickets are $25.  Ruby Bridges is located at 351 jack London Avenue in Alameda.  Please call 510-581-5626 for tickets and information. Things to do in Alameda:  Alameda South Shore Center and Off the Grid food trucks on Saturday, February 28, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm in the South Shore Center parking lot near Petco.  The trucks include Sensor Sisig, The Chairman, Cupkates, Sanguchon, An the Go, Bacon, Bacon, SAJJ, The Waffle Roost and Smothered Fries. Things to do in Alameda: Saturday, February 28 from Noon to 1:00 pm Flower Bowls and Hanging Baskets.  A free workshop at Ploughshares Nursery at 2701 Main Street in Alameda. Things to do in Alameda: The Meyer’s House and Garden will be open on Saturday, February 28 at 1:00 to 4:00 pm. The gorgeous colonial revival was built in 1897 for the prominent Alameda architect, Henry H. Meyers.  Mr. Meyers designed many building and churches, schools and the Posey Tube Portal of the Webster Tube.  The Meyer’s House and Garden is located at 2021 Alameda Avenue in Alameda. This house is a must see for Alamedans to discover what living in Alameda in the early 20th Century was like.  Free for members and for non-members there is $5.00 fee. Things to do in Alameda:  Crab Cove for Family Nature Fun Hour,  “Minus Tide Exploration.”  Play games to learn survival skills. Afterwards, finds out what’s new at the cove with on Saturday, February 28, at 2:00 pm.  Please call 510-544-3187 for more information. Things to do in Alameda:  Crab Feed and Auction on Saturday, February 28 from 5:30 to 9:30 pm.  The 13trh annual fundraiser for the Alameda High School Baseball Boosters, $50 per person at the Alameda Eagles Hall, 2305 Alameda Avenue in Alameda. Things to do in Alameda:  Alameda Point Antiques Faire on Sunday, March 1 from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm.  You’ll have great time people watching, buying cools things, and enjoying great food. Entry fee is $10 before 7:30 am, $5 after 9:00 am. If you haven’t been to the Alameda Point Antiques Faire you are missing a great event.  Located at the end of Main Street at Alameda Point. Coming events in Alameda: Alameda Theater Classic Movies features Paint Your Wagon on Tuesday, March 3 and Wednesday, March 4.  Paint Your Wagon is a 1969 Western musical film starring Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood, and Jean Seberg. The film was adapted by Paddy Chayefsky from the 1951 musical Paint Your Wagon by Lerner and Loewe. It is set in a mining camp in Gold Rush-era California and was directed by Joshua Logan. Things to Do in Alameda is all about events for the whole family to enjoy in Alameda.  I write about Things to do in Alameda every Friday, so if you like what you see here, please come back for more or visit me on Facebook at Living In Alameda and 101 Things to do in Alameda. I CAN HELP YOU BUY OR SELL REAL ESTATE IN ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA EVELYN KENNEDY, CRS, SRES, ePro CALL ME AT 510-504-5612 OR VISIT SEARCH FOR ALAMEDA HOMES FOR FOR FREE ALERTS FOR HOMES IN ALAMEDA, OAKLAND, EMERYVILLE, SAN LEANDRO, SAN LORENZO AND CASTRO VALLEYFREE HOME EVALUATION FREE SEARCH FOR HOMES IN ALAMEDA COUNTY FREE MARKET REPORTCalBRE #00979900 EMAIL ME AT EVELYN@EVELYNKENNEDY.COM
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Things to do in Alameda on February 21 and 22, 2015
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
Things to do in Alameda on February 21 and 22, 2015Things to do in Alameda: Saturday, February 21 from Noon to 1:00 pm Seed Starting at Ploughshares Nursery.  A workshop about starting plants from seeds.  Bring gloves and come prepared to get wet and dirty.  Free at 2701 Main Street in Alameda. Things to do in Alameda:  The Alameda’s Farmer’s Market is open to the public Saturday, February 21 and Tuesday, February 24  mornings from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, rain or shine.  All the fruits and vegetables are available at great prices.  So good!  Don’t miss the opportunity to shop for delectable fruits, vegetables and flowers.  The market is on Webster Street and Haight Avenue and is open rain or shine. Things to do in Alameda:  Alameda South Shore Center and Off the Grid food trucks on Saturday, February 21, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm in the South Shore Center parking lot near Petco.  The trucks include Sensor Sisig, The Chairman, Cupkates, Sanguchon, An the Go, Bacon, Bacon, SAJJ, The Waffle Roost and Smothered Fries. Things to do in Alameda:  Sunday, February 22 at 3:30 pm at the Alameda Theater and Cineplex for the Academy Awards Live Simulcast.  Free admission or the Red Carpet Bonus:  a VIP buffet at 5:00 pm in the theatre mezzanine for $45.  Limited tickets available at the box office.  Alameda Theatre at 2317 Central Avenue, Alameda.  Please call 510-769-2160 for more information. Things to do in Alameda:  Sunday, February 22 at 7:00 pm at Rhythmix Cultural Works to see Caminos Flamencos.  Spanish music, dance and flamenco performances.  Tickets are $20 in advance; $25 at the door, and $12 for youth 12 and younger.  Rhythmix Cultural Works at 2513 Blanding Avenue in Alameda.  Please call 510-865-5060 for more information. Things to do in Alameda:  Crab Cove for Family Nature Fun Hour,  “Lost on a Desert Island.”  Play games to learn survival skills. Afterwards, finds out what’s new at the cove with on Saturday, February 21, at 2:00 pm.  Please call 510-544-3187 for more information. Things to do in Alameda:  Crab Feed and Auction on Saturday, February 21 from 5:30 to 9:30 pm.  The 13trh annual fundraiser for the Alameda High School Baseball Boosters, $50 per person at the Alameda Eagles Hall, 2305 Alameda Avenue in Alameda. Coming events in Alameda: Alameda Theater Classic Movies features National Velvet on Tuesday, February 24 and Wednesday, February 25.  Starring Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Taylor, Donald Crisp National Velvet is the story of a twelve-year old girl, Velvet Brown (Elizabeth Taylor), who trains her horse for the Grand National steeplechase. Things to Do in Alameda is all about events for the whole family to enjoy in Alameda.  I write about Things to do in Alameda every Friday, so if you like what you see here, please come back for more or visit me on Facebook at Living In Alameda and 101 Things to do in Alameda. I CAN HELP YOU BUY OR SELL REAL ESTATE IN ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA EVELYN KENNEDY, CRS, SRES, ePro CALL ME AT 510-504-5612 OR VISIT SEARCH FOR ALAMEDA HOMES FOR FOR FREE ALERTS FOR HOMES IN ALAMEDA, OAKLAND, EMERYVILLE, SAN LEANDRO, SAN LORENZO AND CASTRO VALLEYFREE HOME EVALUATION FREE SEARCH FOR HOMES IN ALAMEDA COUNTY FREE MARKET REPORTCalBRE #00979900 EMAIL ME AT EVELYN@EVELYNKENNEDY.COM
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