Local Events Around Town: Oct. 15 to Oct. 25

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Local Events Around Town: Oct. 15 to Oct. 25

Saturday, Oct. 15
Deeply Rooted — In person, 2 p.m.; Encinal High School (210 Central Ave.)
Free, all ages. The Alameda Island Filipino American History Month Celebration is a free community event: with food, performers, activities, art, and games! More info: https://allevents.in/org/earl-solis/20317620

Sunday, Oct. 16
Alameda Rock And Roll Flea Market — In person, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Hangar 25 (1951 Monarch Street)
Free, all ages. The Alameda Rock & Roll Flea Market features live music, food vendors, local wine, and more than 70 vendors selling records, jewelry, vintage items, musical gear & memorabilia, and much much more. More info: www.facebook.com/events/1983977211788610.

Saturday, Oct. 22
WITCHFEST 2022 — In person, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Al Fresco Dining Park (1435 Webster St.)
Free, all ages. Witchfest 2022 is a celebration of Samhain Sabbat, aka Halloween, featuring art, vendors, music, speakers, food, kids’ crafts, holistic practitioners, food & drinks in Alameda. The event is free, but visitors asked to VIP. Food trucks and drinks provided by Fireside Lounge.
More info: www.eventbrite.com/e/witch-fest-2022-tickets-424494794357

Sunday, Oct. 23
Artist Constance Moore featured at Books Inc. — In person, 2 p.m.; Books Inc. (1344 Park St
Free, all ages. Books Inc. Alameda will welcome AUSD professional Constance Moore to celebrate her illustrated picture book Black: The Many Wonders of My World, with a story time and art activity! Her book is available for purchase Books Inc. More info: contact Pam Riley Chang, 510-604-0898.

Tuesday, Oct. 25
Spooky Night — In person, 6:30 p.m.; Alameda Main Library (1550 Oak Street)
Free, all ages. Fun for the whole family! Join Alameda Main Library staff and fellow Halloween enthusiasts for spooky crafts and games. Costumes are encouraged but not required. More info:
contact library Children's Department at childref@alamedaca.gov or call 510-747-7705