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A Bit of
Broadway in Alameda: ACLO
announces 5th season
in its 5th season, the Alameda Civic Light Opera is proud to present
"A Bit of Broadway in Alameda". The Alameda Civic Light
Opera provides professional quality musical theatre and youth arts
opportunities as part of its mission to bring cultural enrichment
to Alameda and the East Bay communities. Each summer, in Historic
Kofman Auditorium, the ACLO presents a repertoire of contemporary
as well as traditional musical theatre works.
the ACLO will present:
July 6-22 Cabaret
The Sound of Music
The Secret Garden
begin at 8:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturdays and 2:00 p.m. on Sundays.
Tickets are $22, $18 or $14 each. Juniors 18 and under are half
price on Friday nights only. Discounts are available for groups
of 25 or more. You may contact the ACLO box office at 1400 Park
Street or call 510-864-2256. You may also order your tickets on-line
the new season are also available at the Chambers office at
1416 Park Avenue. Get your tickets now to guarantee your seat on
concerts have begun
may have missed the first concert on April 7 but you can be sure
to catch the next First Saturday concerts at the Adelphian Club
at 2167 Central Avenue at the corner of Oak Street.
The new concert
series will benefit our kids and music programs in the schools by
a portion of the proceeds going to the Alameda Education Foundation
Flicka Fund. The monthly concert will focus on genres of
music including acoustic singer/songwriter, jazz, blues, and pop.
Admission is $8 for those 18 years and over; $3 for youth 8-18 years
and free to kids 7 years and under.
Center is a member of the Alameda Chamber of Commerce and owned
and operated by Jamie Bell and Marla Fibish. You can contact them
at 510-748-8181 or check out their Web site at www.theadelphian.com.
at the Cove Return
West Alameda Business Association invites you to join us at Crab
Cove this summer for another season of Concerts at the Cove.
The dates for this years concerts are June 8, July 13, August
10, and September 14. These concerts are free, and run from 5:30
p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Food and beverages will be available for sale, including beer and
wine. The Crab Cove Visitor Center will sponsor organized activities
for children on the deck of the center, which will remain open until
7:30pm each night of the concerts.
Free parking is available at Crown Memorial Beach or the parking
lot at the corner of Webster and Taylor. Or ride your bike to the
park and let Bike Alameda valet park your bike safely for the duration
of the concert.
For more information, please call Sarah Sykes at the WABA office
Put on your
all swing dancers and lovers of big band music! The world famous
Glenn Miller Orchestra will be performing aboard the USS Hornet
on Saturday, June 2 from 7:00 p.m. 12:30 a.m.
tired of the same boring turns and want to learn some new fancy
footwork, youll want to be there to take the free dance lesson
by the San Francisco Jitterbugs at 8:00 p.m. Gourmet food concessions
are available for your dining pleasure from 7:00 p.m. 9:30
is $30 in advance and $50 for reserved seating in front of the stage.
Youll enjoy plenty of dance space as the USS Hornet will provide
three huge dance floors on the heated, enclosed hangar deck of the
on all the fun, please contact the USS Hornet at 510-521-8448 extension
By the Bay - First Sunday of every month
can always tell when its getting close to the first of the
month. The Chambers phone starts ringing for information on
the Antiques by the Bay. With over 650 antique and collectible booths
displayed at Alameda Point, it has quickly become a favorite for
collectors all over the United States. All items must be 20 years
or older and no reproductions are allowed to be sold.
is $3 between 9:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Early buyers can get into
the show starting at 7:30 a.m. for a $5 entry fee. If youre
really looking to get the jump on the other shoppers, you can purchase
a VIP entry for $10 starting at 6:00 a.m. Parking is free and food
vendors are available for your convenience.
There is a 24
hour info line at 510-869-5428 or log onto their Web site at www.AntiquesByBay.com.
Mayor's 26th Annual 4th of July Parade !!
Starting at Park Street and Lincoln Avenue ending at Webster
Street and Lincoln Ave. This is the 2nd longest Parade ( in miles)
in the country. Do not miss it. Entrance is free just contact Steve
Helwig at email@example.com.
the 4th of July - aboard the USS Hornet
years 4th of July celebration will be even bigger than last
years inaugural event aboard the USS Hornet. The fun will
begin at 1:00 p.m. following the traditional 4th of July parade
and will last until 10:00 p.m.
exploring the USS Hornet, you and your family will enjoy food, beer,
wine, childrens games, live entertainment and a carrier view
of several fireworks displays from around the bay. Why go somewhere
where you get to see only one display? The Pete Escovedo Orchestra
will entertain guests starting at 7:00 p.m.
Chamber of Commerce will be doing our part to make this event a
success. You may contact our office at 510-522-0414 to request a
volunteer sign-up sheet. Volunteers receive free admission to the
party, drink tickets and a t-shirt. You can volunteer to pour wine
or beer, sell tickets, direct guests, set-up and tear-down. Your
volunteer hours will help benefit the Alameda Chamber of Commerce.
Last year over
5,000 guests enjoyed the 4th of July celebration aboard the Hornet.
You wont want to miss this year!