Out & About Calendar

Saturday May 04, 2002

Saturday, May 4


Word Beat Reading Series 

Featuring "Press 62" starring Johanna Mangahas, You-Fong Benedicte Chang, Anthony Scott and Jason Zahorchak 

7-9 p.m. 

458 Perkins at Grand, Oakland 

For more information: 510-526-5985, www.angelfire.com/poetry/wordbeat 



Shelter Operations: Emergency Preparedness Class 

Learn how to take care of yourself before the disaster. 

9 a.m. - noon 

Office of Emergency Services 

997 Cedar Street 


to register: 510-981-5605 


Saucy Sounds Community Event 

Oakland Youth Chorus Preview Concert  

2 p.m. 

First Congregational Church of Oakland 

27th & Harrison 

Oakland 510-287-9700 



Children's Movies 

Tom & Jerry, The Movie (in English) 

Shows at noon & 2 p.m. 

The Actor's Studio 

3521 Maybelle Ave. 





The Oakland Symphony Chorus 

STYLES SAMPLER Workshop. Three music workshops presented on Spirituals with Trente Morant, Barbershop with Dr. Robert Campell and Feasts and Seasons, Music of Spain and America with Juan Pedro Gaffney. Morning snacks and lunch will be provided.  

8:45 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. 

6013 Lawton Ave., Oakland. 

$30. $25 in advance. 465-4199. 


Berkeley Rep/UC Berkeley Joint Symposium inspired by HOMEBODY/KABUL 

10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  

Berkeley Repertory Theatre 

2025 Addison St., Berkeley 

Free & open to the public, call 510-647-2966 for reservations (not required)  


Low-cost Hatha Yoga Class 

6:30 p.m. 

James Kenney Recreation Center 

1720 8th St. 

$6 per class. 981-6651 


RAWA- Kabul to Pindi 

Recent (March) journey to Afghanistan slides and talk 

4 to 6 p.m. 

1924 Cedar St. 




Meet the Candidates Convention 

For a new Berkeley Mayor 

Chris Worthington, Rob Wrenn, Elliot Cohen, Barbara Lubin and Tom Bates have been invited & asked to share their vision for Berkeley's future. 

1 p.m. 

North Berkeley Senior Center 

1901 Hearst (at MLK) 





Native Californian Cultures 

A major focus of the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum 

of Anthropology has been the Native peoples of California. Today, with 260,000 catalogue entries, the museum preserves the world's largest and most comprehensive collection devoted to the region. In this gallery, we present an overview of Native Californian cultures demonstrating the great diversity of the Californian peoples. 

Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology 

Kroeber Hall at the corner of Bancroft Way and College 

The phone number is (510) 643-7648. 

Admission is $2 for adults, $1 for seniors, and $.50 for  

children 16 and under- Free to the public on Thursdays. 


Live Music  

Classical jazz singer Vicki Burns. Second show: Ducksan Distones Jazz Sextet 

8 p.m., second show 10 p.m. 

Anna’s Bistro 

1901 University Ave. 




<\h3> Saturday & Sunday, May 4th and 5th 

Norway Day Festival  

The Festival is a fun day out for all age groups to eat, enjoy, be 

entertained, shop, learn and exchange.  

San Mateo Expo Center  

South Delaware Street 

San Mateo 


The 9th Annual Benicia Artists Open Studios 

Over sixty local artists will display their work from many different art forms including drawing, painting, photograph, collage, jewelry, glass works, digital art and video.  

10 a.m.- 5 p.m. 

Benicia Chamber of Commerce 

601 First Street 

For more information contact Marie Muscolino at 707-747-0131 or artsbenicia@aol.com