A nice plaza/park that features the "Remember Them: Champions for Humanity" sculptures; recognizing 25 political and humanitary figures of the recent past:  Rev. Ralph David Abernathy, Maya Angelou, Susan B. Anthony, Ruby Bridges, Cesar Cha... more
Hercules is a city in western Contra Costa County. Situated along the coast of San Pablo Bay, it is located in the eastern region of the San Francisco Bay Area, about 10 miles (16 km) north of Berkeley. The site of Hercules was first developed in 188... more
26 Acres - Two ballfields, basketball court, sand volleyball court, multi-use field, jogging track, concession building, restroom, two tot play areas, trails to Hidden Valley Park and around the lake and a large parking lot. All picnic areas are firs... more
The El Cerrito Natural Area is a city park with expansive views of the San Francisco Bay, wildflower-filled meadows, noisy creeks and quite woods. Here is a place to share them all. Please invite your friends and spread the love. more
Holy Names University (HNU) was founded by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary in 1868 on the shores of Lake Merritt. In 1957, the campus was moved from Lake Merritt to a wooded, sixty-acre site in the Oakland Hills. An academic community... more
Contains tot lot, barbecue pits, picnic tables, soccer fields and restrooms. Named in honor of the bicentennial year in which it was created. The land was dedicated to the public by the Sunset Development Company. It was part of the old Crum Ranch... more
IUH classes take place in the private homes and gardens of our instructors or at other community homestead sites. We are locally based and most classes are in Oakland or Berkeley. While there are some drawbacks to not having a permanent physical loc... more
Founded in 1989 by Pangulong Guro Sultan "Shaykh" Uddin, the direct protege and first African American to be promoted to Master level under the late Grandmaster/Founder, Angel Cabales, IESA continues the tradition of teaching the art of Eskrima Serra... more
The Irish Literary & Historical Society (ILHS) of the San Francisco Bay Area provides an open, nonsectarian, and nonpolitical forum for the presentation and discussion of Irish and Irish-American culture.  The ILHS holds monthly meetings at... more
In The Kitchen (ITK) Culinary was founded in 2008 to provide a venue for non-professional chefs to enjoy cooking and to offer other events around the creation of food. Over the years, we’ve hosted cooking parties for Team Building, Bridal Event... more
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This is a Port of Oakland attraction named after the famous author and Oakland native. The charming waterfront property is filled with numerous entertainment options and quality dining and shopping establishments. Some of the highlights include aweso... more
Jean Sweeney Open Space Park is bordered by Constitution Way, Atlantic Avenue and Sherman Street. It is located on the former Alameda Beltline Railroad property that was secured by the City at its original purchase price due to the advocacy efforts... more
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The JCC of the East Bay provides a comfortable and warm gathering place for Jews wishing to affirm their cultural and ethnic origins. Our members and visitors represent all facets of the Jewish community and many are unaffiliated with other Jewi... more
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The JCC of the East Bay provides a comfortable and warm gathering place for Jews wishing to affirm their cultural and ethnic origins. Our members and visitors represent all facets of the Jewish community and many are unaffiliated with other Jewish or... more
The Jewish Federation and The Jewish Community Foundation of the East Bay reach across our community to bring together donors, communal agencies, synagogues and others to unite our values, strengthen our community and make a greater impact through gi... more
The Jewish Heritage Museum is located in The Reutlinger Community and features both permanent and temporary exhibitions. Residents, families, staff, and visitors can view a wide range of Jewish artifacts from the 17th century to the present day. more
Enter Joaquin Miller Park and you will quickly forget that you are minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Hikers, equestrians, bicyclists, joggers and picnickers from all over the Bay Area regularly frequent the 500-acre park.  Th... more
With nationally recognized programs, John F. Kennedy University offers innovative and flexible higher education opportunities to enable you to achieve success in your professional and personal goals. Founded in 1964, JFK University is a fully accred... more
Davis Park Fields has 2 regulation league size baseball fields with field lights, and an open field that may be used for sports rentals like soccer or football. The Multi-Purpose Room facility has a capacity of 80 people. There is no alcohol allowed... more
John Hinkel Park, located in a beautiful hillside oak grove offers a range of recreational opportunities as well as an amphitheatre for outdoor performances. more
John Hinkel Park, located in a beautiful hillside oak grove offers a range of recreational opportunities as well as an amphitheatre for outdoor performances. The amphitheatre is available for rental. For reservations or more information, call the Ci... more
The John Muir National Historic Site is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, in Martinez, Contra Costa County, California. It preserves the 14-room Italianate Victorian mansion where the naturalist and writer John Muir lived, as well as a nearby 32... more
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Just BE is a Black women business network founded in 2016 that provides Black women entrepreneurs access to a collective marketplace and business ecosystem. more
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Just Steppin is  a dance company and business group that is dedicated to the evolution of the Chicago dance culture, art form and lifestyle. We provide Chicago Style Steppin events,workshops and six week dance classes to groups and individuals... more
The Kapor (pronounced KAY-por) Center aims to make the technology ecosystem and entrepreneurship more diverse and inclusive. We are particularly interested in positive social impacts for communities that have historically been on the periphery of acc... more
Kennedy Grove Regional Recreation Area offers a comfortable setting for either small or large group picnics (some by reservation) or informal gatherings of friends and families. The grove is situated at the base of San Pablo Dam, and its whispering e... more
Kids Paradise early childhood program is to guide children to become enthusiastic learners.  This means encouraging children to be active explorers, who can think and are not afraid to try out their ideas. We believe a hands-on approach is the b... more
We are a farming technology organization located in West Oakland.  We use aquaponics to improve life’s in urban and rural communities by utilizing traditional concepts, local materials and modern technologies. more
We collaborate with our local community to resource, support and develop people’s innate creativity and build their skills for generating complex, elegant, and insightful works to offer back to the community. Our most concrete offering is the... more
We provide services for all facets  of your meeting and/or event.  Organizing, coordinating, event management and more. We also provide room rentals and audiovisual equipment. http://www.kmtmanagement.com/calendar.html more
John and Jean Knox Performance Arts Center, seating capacity 387 – A performance venue with theater stage and seating, entrance lobby and outdoor courtyard. The goal of the drama department is to strive to create a fun, enjoyable, and educatio... more
The Community Center's primary purpose is to house on-going City programs and meetings. We rely on one-time renters to leave the facility clean and undamaged for the many facility users who will follow. Facilities * Live Oak Room: Accommodates 225... more
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A visionary construct of education, collaboration and community, the Lafayette Library and Learning Center (LLLC), home of the Glenn Seaborg Learning Consortium, is a place where all generations can gather for enriched intellectual and cultural exper... more
The Lafayette Reservoir is an open-cut man-made terminal water storage reservoir owned and operated by the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD). Completed in 1933, it was intended solely as a standby water supply for EBMUD customers.  EBM... more
The Lafayette Veterans' Memorial Building includes two multipurpose rooms oriented to take advantage of the dramatic views of the surrounding hills. Its distinctive roofscape creates a memorable identity along Mt. Diablo Boulevard, and a grand sense... more
The Lair of the Golden Bear is the Cal Alumni Association’s summer family camp in the central Sierra Nevada. The Lair is comprised of three primary camps, two of which will have performances as part of the music festival. Each has its own staff... more
Located in Tilden Park, Lake Anza is surrounded by great walking trails. Lake Anza has a sandy beach has lifeguards during the swim season. There are fees when a lifeguard is on duty and payment can be made with a credit or debit card.   Duri... more
The 315-acre Lake Chabot is stocked with trout and catfish. There are also bass, crappie, and other fish. A popular event is the annual spring fishing derby. The several fishing piers include one with access for the disabled, and there is a wheelchai... more
Lake Merritt is a large tidal lagoon that lies just east of downtown Oakland. It is surrounded by parkland and city neighborhoods. A popular 3.1 mile (5 km) walking and jogging path runs along its perimeter. It is historically significant as the Un... more