Looking to fill a couple hours of your day while in the East Bay? With so many offerings in the area, we’ve curated the top events the start the New Year off with a smile! Less researching and more having fun. Enjoy!
Featured Photo: Courtesy of Urban Tilth
Passion and Perseverance
Urban Tilth, long devoted to cultivating new environmental and social justice leaders while growing a sustainable and just food system, invites everyone to the farm for a day of community gardening in Richmond on MLK Day.
More info: urbantilth.org
The silent German film from 1922 is an unofficial adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula and remains one of the scariest horror movies of all time, with piano accompaniment by Judith Rosenberg.
More info: bampfa.org
Opens January 29
The founder and designer of Sausalito’s Heath Ceramics is the focus of a new show and retrospective at Oakland Museum of California. A Life in Clay showcases Heath’s rejection of traditional white clay in favor of locally sourced California clays and a new style of ceramics that helped define a California aesthetic for tableware and products for the home, through October 30.
More info: museumca.org
A relative newcomer on the Latin urban-fusion scene, the dedicated A’s fan drops by the Fox to sing “Otro Tragos” and other numbers from his debut studio album, Sueños and preview his forth-coming album, 42.
More info: thefoxoakland.com