Something to remember, as we enter a new year: Yesterday's history, Tomorrow is a mystery and Today is a gift, that's why it is called "the present". [Via]

Friday, October 16, 2009

Upcoming Events

West Oakland artist Eesuu Orundide has created a bronze sculpture to honor West Oakland community members and youth who participate in sports activities in Raimondi Park . The sculpture, entitled Ashe (a Yoruba word meaning “life force”), is six feet long by three feet tall and is located just inside the park’s main entrance on 18th Street .

Mr. Ashe (Life Force) was commissioned by the City of Oakland ’s Public Art Program for Raimondi Park , located between Campbell and Wood, 18th and 19th streets in West Oakland . Funding was generated by the Raimondi Park Sports Fields Improvement Project.

Oakland Public Art Program
For more information about this event call: 510-238-2155


* * * A Benefit for Oakland * * *

Saturday, October 17th, 12pm - 5pm

Linden St. Brewery, #8 Linden St. @ 3rd St.

Family Friendly, No Entry Fee

A Benefit for Bay Area Community Services, Thanksgiving Food Basket Distribution Program and the Oakland Rotary Community Endowment. For more information, please call 812-1264
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