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Alameda Theater Classic Movie Series, Winter 2015
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
Alameda Theater Classic Movie Series, Winter 2015 Alameda Theater offers great current movies, movies for children and Friday talent shows.  But the best thing they offer are the Classic Movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Seeing classic films on the large screen is an awesome experience.  The winter series begins on January 27, 2015 and ends on April 15, 2015 You can purchase a package of eight classic movies for $40.00 or 4 classic movies for $25.00.  No expiration date.  There is also a Classic Snack Pack for $4.50 which includes vintage packaging, popcorn, drink and candy. Here’s the lineup for this winter: Fort Apache on Tuesday, January 27 and Wednesday, January 28  Fort Apache is a 1948 American Western film, the first of a trilogy directed by John Ford.  John Wayne stars in with Henry Fonda, Ward Bond, Shirley Temple, John Agar and Victor McLaglen. Grease on Tuesday February 3 and Wednesday, February 4.  Grease is the delightful 1978 American musical romantic comedy starring John Travolta, Olivia Newton John, Jeff Conaway, Stockard Channing, Didi Cannon, Eve Arden, Sid Ceasar, Edd Byrnes and Frankie Avalon. Elevator Gallows on Tuesday, February 10 and Wednesday, February 11.  Ascenseur pour l'échafaud is a 1958 French film noir directed by Louis Malle. It stars Jeanne Moreau and Maurice Ronet as criminal lovers whose perfect crime begins to unravel when Ronet is trapped in an elevator. A Streetcar Named Desire on Tuesday, February 17 and Wednesday, February 18.  The film adaptation of Tennessee William’s Pulitzer Prize play stars Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter and Karl Malden. 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. 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. Grapes of Wrath on Tuesday, March 10 and Wednesday, March 11 The Grapes of Wrath was adapted from the American realist novel written by John Steinbeck and published in 1939. The book won the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize was about the Depression and the Dust Bowl which forced many Oklahomans to move to California.  The film was directed by John Ford and starred Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell, John Carradine, Doctor Zhivago on Tuesday, March 17 and Wednesday, March 19.  Dr Zhivago is an adaptation of Boris Pasternak’s sweeping novel about World War I and the Russian Revolution and stars Omar Sharif, Julie Christie, Alec Guinness. The Maltese Falcon on Tuesday, March 24 and Wednesday, March 25.   The Maltese Falcon, the 1929 detective novel by Dashiell Hammett was adapted into a movie directed by John Huston and starring Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre, Sydney Greenstreet and Elisha Cook, Jr.  A true classic. Sabrina on Tuesday, March 31 and Wednesday, April 1.  The story of a young woman raised on an estate where her father is a butler.  The young woman is shipped off to Paris to learn to cook and returns as a fashionable and lovely young woman. Sabrina is played by Audrey Hepburn and also stars Humphrey Bogart, William Holden and John Williams.  The film was directed by Billy Wilder. Guys and Dolls on Tuesday, April 7 and Wednesday, April 8  According to Wikipedia this 1955 musical starred Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra and Vivian Blaine. This is a lighthearted musical in which Marlon Brando looks so handsome and actually sings. The classic movie series concludes the winter series with Bonnie & Clyde showing on Tuesday, April 14 and Wednesday, April 15.  Bonnie and Clyde is a 1967 American biographical crime film directed by Arthur Penn and starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway as the title characters. Alameda is a wonderful island community, with its tree lined streets, friendly neighborhoods, great schools and lovely architecture.  I write about interesting and fun things to do in Alameda and issue affecting  Alamedans in my Living in Alameda blog.  If you would like more information about Alameda please call or text me at 510-504-5612. 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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2014 Family Summer Movie Series in Alameda
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
2014 Family Summer Movie Series in Alameda The Alameda Theatre & Cineplex starts its Family Summer Movie Series on June 17. One kid movie favorite will be shown each week on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10:00 am in the historic theatre. The Alameda Theatre is located at 2317 Central Avenue in Alameda.  This year’s Family Summer Movie Series features Despicable Me 2, Turbo, The Nut Job, The Lego Movie, and 5 other popular G-rated films. You can purchase the whole series of 9 family movie tickets for $9 per person from sponsors, the Alameda Education Foundation, Alameda Boys Scouts,Bay Farm Elementary, Boys & Girls Club of Alameda, Girls Inc. of the Island City, NEA Community Learning Center,Saint Joseph Elementary School and Saint Philip Neri Elementary School. Single tickets are available on the day of the show for $2 per person at the Theatre Box Office. This is not only super fun for kids but it’s also a fundraiser for local schools and youth organizations. You can also purchase a Kid’s Snack Pack for only $4.00.  The snack pack includes a child popcorn, child drink and child candy.  Please arrive 20 minutes before showtime to find seats and buy the Kid’s Snack Special. Movie Schedule: June 17 and 18   The Croods June 24 and 25    Epic July 1 and 2          Despicable Me 2 July 8 and 9         Turbo July 15 and 16      The Smurfs 2 July 22 and 23       Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 July 29 and 30       The Nut Job August 5 and 6      The Lego Movie August 12 and 13   Mr. Peabody & Sherman Alameda is a wonderful island community, with its tree lined streets, friendly neighborhoods, great schools and lovely architecture.  I write about issue affecting Alamedans in myLiving in Alameda blog.  If you would like more information about Alameda please visit my Facebook page  Living 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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The Alameda Museum Lecture Series will feature Old Alameda, May 29
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
The Alameda Museums 2014 Lecture Series is a 14 year tradition which has been a way for the Museum to educate Alamedans about their city’s history. The Alameda Museum was founded as the Historical Society 65 years ago and whose mission is to collect, conserve and exhibit the City of Alameda’s history.   And also to educate Alamedans and visitors with fabulous lectures, gorgeous art exhibits and to provide special group tours during non-business hours. “Old Alameda” will be the May 29, 2014 lecture topic by the popular publishers of the Alameda Sun, Dennis Evanosky and Eric Kos,.  They will present a slide lecture to entice people to join the June 14th Alameda Museum Trolley tour of the three small towns which were later consolidated in the City of Alameda. All lectures are on Thursday evenings, the Museum opens at 6:30 pm and lectures beginning at 7:00 pm.  Admission is free to museum members and non -members pay $10.  The Alameda Museum is located at 2324 Alameda Avenue in Alameda.  Parking is available on the street or at the Alameda Parking Garage at the corner of Central Avenue and Oak Street. Alameda is a wonderful island community, with its tree lined streets, friendly neighborhoods, great schools and lovely architecture.  I write about issue affecting Alamedans in my Living in Alameda blog.  If you would like more information about Alameda please visit my Facebook page  Living 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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The Alameda Museum 2014 Lecture Series Part 1
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
The Alameda Museum 2014 Lecture Series Part 1 The Alameda Museums 2014 Lecture Series begins Thursday, March 27th. This is a 14 year tradition of lectures which has been a way for the Museum to educate Alamedans about their city’s history. The Alameda Museum was founded as the Historical Society 65 years ago.  The Museum’s mission is to collect, conserve and exhibit the City of Alameda’s history.   And also to educate Alamedans and visitors with fabulous lectures, gorgeous art exhibits and to provide special group tours during non-business hours. The March 27, 2014 lecture will be by Alameda architect Richard Rutter, who designed the lighting to celebrate the 50th birthday of the Golden Gate Bridge in 1987.  Rutter  will discuss “Twenty-Seven Years Aglow”.  The Law Offices of Susan Jeffries is sponsoring the lecture. RICHARD RUTTER, ARCHITECT “Bay Area Copper 1900 - 1950 - Dirk van Erp & His Influence”will be the topic for the April 24, 2014 lecture by Gus Bostrom, proprietor of the Craftsman mecca California Historical Design store in Berkeley.  Judith Lynch is sponsoring this lecture. “Old Alameda” will be the May 29, 2014 lecture topic by the popular publishers of the Alameda Sun, Dennis Evanosky and Eric Kos,.  They will present a slide lecture to entice people to join the June 14th Alameda Museum Trolley tour of the three small towns which were later consolidated in the City of Alameda. All lectures on are on Thursday evenings, the Museum opens at 6:30 pm and lectures beginning at 7:00 pm.  Admission is free to museum members and non -members pay $10.  The Alameda Museum is located at 2324 Alameda Avenue in Alameda.  Parking is available on the street or at the Alameda Parking Garage at the corner of Central Avenue and Oak Street. 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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Want to Know More About Your Family History in Alameda?
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
Want to Know More About Your Family History in Alameda? Want to know more about your Family History in Alameda?  Well, you are in luck.  The Alameda Free Library has added the Ancestry Library Edition database from ProQuest to make your research easier.  All you need to do is use the public computers at the Library and start your search. ALAMEDA FREE LIBRARY MAIN BRANCH Learning about your family history is a trend that has attracted more and more interest.  Many people are curious about their ancestors for many reasons.  They want to tell their children about their background and preserve their family cultural and ethnic traditions for future generations. Knowing about your ancestors can enrich your life. People may want to investigate their family’s medical  history to provide family members with vital medical information that may be crucial in battling inherited diseases. With the knowledge you garner from the genealogical websites you may be able to assembled a family history book to pass on to future generation. With the Library’s website you will have access to U. S. Census information, along with military and immigration records. Ancestry Limited Edition features Canadian and international collections from the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Germany and Scandinavia.  More information is added regularly. Ancestry Library Edition features helpful tools such as charts, summaries, calendars, message boards, and more. Beginners can use the tools and resources in the Learning Center to search for their family’s history.  They can also connect with other researchers to discover techniques others have used to make their search easier. According to the library, more advanced users can share their expertise with others by contributing content to the Ancestry.com Family HistoryWiki, which they can access through the Help tab. Alameda is a wonderful island community, with its tree lined streets, friendly neighborhoods, great schools and lovely architecture.  I write about issue affecting Alamedans in my Living in Alameda blog.  If you would like more information about Alameda please visit my Facebook page  Living 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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Breakfast for Dinner Short Stack for a Tall Cause on Nov 22, 2013
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
Breakfast for Dinner Short Stack for a Tall Cause Nov 22, 2013 Breakfast for Dinner Short Stack for a Tall Cause benefiting local charities will be on Friday, November 22. Perforce Software is hosting this event to benefit the Alameda Point Collaborative and East Oakland Boxing Association. The Perforce Big Tent will be open at 5:30 pm at 2319 Clement Avenue in Alameda.  Tickets are $20 for 8 and up and $8 for kids under 7.  Tickets may also be ordered online. PERFORCE SOFTWARE LOT WHERE BIG TENT WILL BE ERECTED FOR BREAKFAST FOR DINNER FUNDRAISER Breakfast for Dinner Short Stackfor a Tall Cause will have yummy Food! Everyone wants pancakes for breakfast even if it is dinner.  They will be served up by the Alameda Fire Department. Or if you may have eggs, bacon, donuts, beverages for kids and adults and more! The Kids Zone will featurebedtime stories, face painting, temporary tattoos, balloon animals and seed planting! World-renowned banjo star, Bill Evans will provide great music. Everyone is encouraged to wear their jammies and to bring the whole family and support a great cause! If you need new jammies Daisy's in Alameda will donate 20% of pajamas or a robe sales to our charities. Mention that you are buying them for "Tall Stack Big Cause" Daisy's: 1347 Park Street, Alameda, CA 94501 Parking is free parking across the street on Clement Avenue between Oak and Park Street. Secure bike parking provided on-site. If you would like to sponsor a family to attend the event, please select "Family Pack" from the ticket options and choose "will call" as the delivery option. Please use "Donate Ticket" as the name in the Attendee Details Section instead of your own. Alameda is a wonderful island community, with its tree lined streets, friendly neighborhoods, great schools and lovely architecture.  I write about issue affecting Alamedans in my Living in Alameda blog.  If you would like more information about Alameda please visit my Facebook page Living 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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popUp Gallery will exhibit works on the theme of “Abundance”
Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California)
popUp Gallery will exhibit works on the theme of “Abundance” popUp Gallery will exhibit works on the theme of “Abundance” on Friday, November 8, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.  The works include a scene of adventures with donuts, wonderful pastries and microscopic organisms.  According to the curators of the show, “there are also reminders of our throwaway mentality, maps that chart the global vastness of self-indulgence and haunting reminders of those who do not share in the wealth - those for whom abundance is just a dream and hunger is their reality.  These artists pose questions about how - and, perhaps more importantly, by whom - "abundance" is defined.”  Sounds like a thought provoking show.  The popUp Gallery is at 1517 Park Street in Alameda.Features artists include Gabriele Bungardt, Mi’ChelleFredrick, Eric Joyner, Michael Kerbow, Hap Leonard and Michelle Mansour.It has been said that power and wealth desensitize people other’s pain.  Bungardt explores the that idea in the art she is showing.Fredrick uses a combination of colored pencil and watercolor to give her paintings a delicate and ethereal quality Joyner lush paintings are the “essence of abundance” with the playful robots and their nemesis giant delicious looking donuts. Kerbow paintings and sculptures called Topography “resents imagery that encourages us to question our actions and consider the impact that our personal choices may have on the world around us.” Leonard paintings of cast off furniture and other items are his expression of our throwaway mentality. Mansour says of the painting she is displaying that“The tensions between the scientific & the spiritual, the corporeal & the ethereal are what drive the work.” Alameda is a wonderful island community, with its tree lined streets, friendly neighborhoods, great schools and lovely architecture.  I write about issue affecting Alamedans in my Living in Alameda blog.  If you would like more information about Alameda please visit my Facebook page Living 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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