The Food Bank Players will premiere their upcoming show, Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, later this month.
On April 9, the first phase of the terraced Alameda Point Seaplane Lagoon waterfront park officially opened with cultural performances. One of the groups christening the new three-acre park was Fog Beast, in collaboration with the Shawl Anderson Youth Ensemble.
Alameda Poet Laureate Kimi Sugioka is hosting the Chochenyo Park Poetry event Sunday, April 10 at Chochenyo Park at 2430 Encinal Ave. The free event takes place from 1 to 4 p.m.
The Alameda Free Library is giving Peep-le of all ages an excuse to play with their food! Beginning April 6, the Alameda Free Library will begin its Alameda Peeps Diorama contest.
The West End Arts District, Rhythmix Cultural Works and the City of Alameda will host a music and dance festival to celebrate the opening of Alameda’s newest park, Waterfront Park at 2151 Ferry Point, on Saturday, April 9.
Alameda High School (AHS) drama teacher, Zachary Morris, was searching for a play to direct when a student recommended one he wasn’t familiar with, She Kills Monsters. The play is a dramedy by Qui Nguyen that debuted in 2011.
The Alameda Recreation and Parks Department (ARPD) will hold the inaugural Storytelling & Drumming Festival Saturday, March 19 at Mastick Senior Center.
Soli Deo Gloria will perform with Orchestra Gloria under the baton of Allen H Simon in a concert of transcendent music ushering souls into the next world featuring the famous Requiem by Domenico Cimarosa and sacred works by Heinrich Schütz. The concert takes place Sun, Mar 6 at St.