Island Arts

 

Fright Night Escape Room
Something isn’t quite right. There’s an eerie calm in the air and it seems like you and your friends are the only people left on earth. Can you solve the mystery and get out in time before succumbing to the force that has taken over?  

 

The Alameda Community Band (ACB) will present a free concert titled “Autumn Compendium,” its first of the 2017-18 season, next week. The free concert will showcase a wide variety of classical and popular favorites arranged for wind orchestra at the Alameda Veterans’ Memorial Building at 2203 Central Ave., Tuesday, Oct. 17, at 7:30 p.m. The band will feature special guests from the Dave Alt Big Band — an Alameda favorite — playing jazz and swing tunes and featuring Janese Powell. 

 

A special opportunity to help children in Africa receive the food, clothing and shelter they need is coming up this weekend. Trinity Lutheran Church will host an African Art and Crafts Bazaar on Saturday, Sept. 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the church, located at 1323 Central Ave. at Morton Street. The event will be presented by the Asante Network, an all-volunteer, non-profit, fair-trade organization. 

 

The Alameda Legacy Home Tour takes place from 11 to 5 p.m., this Sunday, Sept. 24. The tour starts, and tickets are available, at Franklin Park, 1432 San Antonio Ave. 

The $30 ticket includes a keepsake “Legacy Guidebook” and light refreshments in one of the locations on the tour. Musical performances in tour locations will be provided by students and faculty of the Alameda String Academy.

Find out more at Alameda-Legacy-Home-Tour.org.

 

A new art display titled Color Impressions has been hung featuring artists Bonnie Randall Boller and Fine Artist Renee Doty.

Boller, a native Alameda artist, has worked for more than 30 years in ceramics, clay monotype, encaustic painting and altered photography. Doty uses a variety of mediums to create landscapes both real and imagined. Some of her abstract landscapes capture Alameda subjects.   

The works of both these women will be displayed at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts’ Satellite Gallery located at Eyewise Optometry from through early 2018. 

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