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What to Do This Weekend

Saturday: -Saturday is Earth Day and there is a bunch of activities including the 19th Annual Volunteering Day. It's free to participate just pick your local state park. Someone will be there to organize volunteers and give you a task. -It's Cal day at UC Berkeley. The whole campus will be open to...
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What to Do This Weekend

Saturday: Goatchella! FREE The 2017 Goat Festival will be held at the Ferry Building from 9am to 2pm. It's a celebration of all things goat! Including samples of artisan cheeses, food crafters and local ranchers. 2017 Weiner Dog Easter Egg Hunt: FREE See dozens of doxies dressed up as bunnies at...
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Love Red Vines? This Event is for You

Tomorrow is National Licorice Day! To celebrate, the American Licorice Company has created the Red Vines: California Collection. It's a tour that will begin at Pier 39 in San Francisco from 10 am to 3 pm. The best part? It's completely free! What should you expect? There will be a Red Vines themed...
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Things to do This Weekend

Saturday: The Cherry Blossom Festival in Japantown. It's free and is the second largest festival of it's kind. The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will even be there. The 2017 Holi Festival of Colors: It's free all day at Rainbow Park in San Jose. It will celebrate the arrival of Spring. It will have DJ's,...
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Career Panel: The Art and Business of Filmmaking

This discussion is free and open to the public and is being put on as part of non-profit BAVC's week-long series of intensive workshops with Filmmaker.MBA, an online platform which teaches the fundamentals of direct distribution. For more information on BAVC Click Here
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Claremont Middle School Crab Feed

Join us for the Claremont Middle School Crab Feed at Geffory’s Inner Circle in downtown Oakland. This festive community event will feature no-host cocktails at 4:30 p.m. followed by all-you-can eat dinner (crab, salad and pasta, plus optional chicken for folks who don’t eat crab), then dancing from...
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