Posted by Len Gilbert on October 29, 2014
This weekend — The 2014 Juried Art Show Exhibition’s Opening Reception is on Saturday, November 1, 5:00-8:00 pm. All are welcome to come celebrate this exciting show.
Author Talk on Saturday, November 8th. Dr. Laura Basha to discuss her latest book “The Inward Lookout” starting at 5:00 pm.
Introducing a Speaker Series: The first speaker event will feature Kobi Ledor an expert on the artist Picasso on Friday, November 14th, starting at 5 pm. Come learn something about this amazing artist, have a glass of wine. FREE event.
Berkeley Symphony Chamber Concert Series #2 will be held on Sunday, November 9th at 5 pm. Fantastic line up of musicians performing. Such a unique opportunity to hear amazing music right in Piedmont.
Galleries open Saturdays and Sundays 12 noon-3 pm
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Posted by Len Gilbert on October 6, 2014
In case you are unaware, the upcoming planning commission meeting on Thursday, Oct 9th will be considering “road diets” for Grand and Highland Avenues. The city has a lot of information on their website and there is also a Facebook page with information.
You can write the city care of Kate Black at firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your support for a road diet for Grand Ave. Also plan on attending the planning commission meeting at 5 pm on Monday, October 13 at 5 pm in council chambers at 120 Vista Avenue, Piedmont, CA
Adeline and Lakeshore could be models for Grand Avenue.
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Posted by Len Gilbert on August 23, 2014
Rode by this morning. If you are interested head on down or learn more at http://www.faithfancher5k.org/
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Posted by Len Gilbert on April 7, 2014
City of Oakland – Office of Parks & Recreation
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Posted by Len Gilbert on February 13, 2014
Piedmont Center for the Arts has some new events. Check it out.
Always something of interest happening at the Center, come check out ….. East Bay Modern Quilt Guild’s Third Annual Stitch Modern Quilt Exhibit, an amazing show ….. Treat your valentine to“Something Sweet” with West Edge Opera’s February 14 concert ….. Or ….. Sunday, the 16th, Piedmont Author Gary Rinehart will discuss his book, “Nude Sleeping in a Hammock” — not to be missed.
Stitch Modern Returns
–January 31-February 23
The East Bay Modern Quilt Guild is proud to present Stitch Modern, 3rd annual quilt show at the Piedmont Center for the Arts with a number of events including a workshop, panel discussion, lecture, and fun special celebrations and activities.
- Feb 13: 7pm-8:30pm, Lecture: Ben Venom & Roderick Kiracofe, $5
- Feb 16: 12pm-3pm, Sew Day with the East Bay Modern Quilt Guild
- Feb 23: 9:30am-4pm, Workshop: Round Robin Improv with Sherri Lynn Wood, $75
West Edge Opera’s “Something Sweet” Valentine Concert 2/14
Thanks to the generous sponsorship by Rick Richetta and Anne Brandon — West Edge Opera Presents….”Something Sweet” on Friday, February 14 at 7:30pm. Celebrating romantic music from the operatic repertoire, sung by opera couples! Treat yourself (and your Valentine) to some of the most lavishly romantic music ever composed, sung by some extremely talented Bay Area opera stars — singers who are couples in their real lives! Join West Edge Opera for an elegant and festive Valentine’s Day concert, followed by wine and chocolates (included). $25 adult, $15 youth. For more information or for advance purchase, please go tohttp://www.westedgeopera.org/news.shtml#Piedmont
Author Reading — Have some fun this Sunday
On Sunday, February 16, 4:00 p.m., Piedmont author Gary Rinehart will be interviewed by Piedmont Post Editor Gray Cathrall as the two discuss Rinehart’s recently published novel, “Nude Sleeping In A Hammock.” This intriguing story of a famous, life-size statue with a mysterious origin and its odyssey from Florence, Italy to Piedmont, is full of local color and period background.
A noted raconteur, talented pianist and attorney, Rinehart proves he can weave a mysterious story with the best. Don’t miss this fascinating afternoon with author and editor, both of whom share a passion for piano playing.
Admission is free. Autographed copies of the book will be available for purchase, with funds donated to the non-profit Center for the arts. Refreshments will be served.
Hope you can join us at the Center soon. Thank you for your interest and support of the Piedmont Center for the Arts.
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