The Oakland Museum of California invites you to its new display that explores the history of violence and genocide against Native peoples in California. You can see the exhibit on Friday, October 19th at 5pm at 1000 Oak Street in Oakland. For details, call 510-318-8429.
The Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center celebrates the hard work of individuals and organizations at their 10th Annual Awards Dinner, which takes place on Saturday, October 20th at 6pm at the Peace Center at 1035 Carol Lane in Lafayette. For details, call 925-933-7850.
The Plymouth Jazz and Justice Church invites a performance by Raymond ‘Nat’ Turner of the Upsurge Jazz Ensemble. The performance takes place on Saturday, October 20th at 4pm at 424 Monte Vista Avenue in Oakland. For details, call 510-654-5300.
Clausen House invites you to join in their annual walk to raise funds to provide services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The walk takes place on Saturday, October 20 at the Lake Merritt Pergola, 599 El Embarcadero in Oakland. Check in starts at 9:30 am. For details, call 510.839.1114
Annie Patterson, co-creator of the popular “Rise Up Singing” and “Rise Again” songbooks, leads a sing along concert which takes place on Sunday, October 21st at 7pm at Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists’ Hall at 1924 Cedar in Berkeley. For details, call 510-841-4824, extension 3.
The Village Project and Bayview Y present ‘A Senior Moment.’ This senior prom awards dinner honors outstanding seniors for the contributions they have made to their communities. This event takes place on Friday, October 26th, at 7pm at Westbay Conference Center, 1290 Fillmore Street in San Francisco. To RSVP, call 415-424-2980.
“The Explorers Club” is a play that tells the story of the mayhem that happens when a woman besets that previously male only domain. The performance starts on Friday, October 26, at 8pm at the Tabard Theatre, 29 N. San Pedro Street in San Jose. For details, call 408.679.2330.