SingleMingle! Start Date: Saturday 6/11/2022 — End Date: Saturday 6/11/2022 Admission:$10 Meet new single friends at one of our favorite venues! Only $10 at the door includes light appetizers, served at 6pm, as long as they last; plus a FUN Mixer Game, with prizes, that makes it EASY to meet new friends. Adults of all ages welcome. Dress to impress. Saturday, June 11, 2022, 6-9pm. LOCATION: Hyatt Place (not to be confused with Hyatt House down the street), 5700 Bay Street, next to Bay Street Mall, Emeryville CA 94608. Conveniently located near the junction of Hwy 80, Hwy 880, and the Bay Bridge, so our single friends from San Francisco and the East Bay can enjoy! Discounted parking at hotel for $8 or free parking in large parking lots nearby. PROOF OF FULL VACCINATION required. The County of Alameda requires you wear a mask when you arrive at the party, which may be removed while you are eating or drinking. Your safety is our first priority! CO-SPONSORED by The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; and by many other singles organizations and meetups. All events benefit The Seva Foundation,, to restore sight to the blind at an average cost of only $50 for each surgery! MORE PARTIES & TRAVEL at •Mansion Pool Party, June 4, East Bay Hills •Singles Night in the Silicon Valley, June 4, San Jose •Speed Dating, June 18, San Jose •Best of the Men Party, June 19, San Mateo •Sunday Afternoon Delight, June 26, Alamo •Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls Adventure, Nov 9-15 Location: 5700 Bay St Emeryville Emeryville Contact: Rich Gosse URL:


Uprooted Start Date: Saturday 6/11/2022 — End Date: Saturday 6/11/2022 Admission:Free/RSVP recommended Uprooted Opening Reception: Saturday, June 11th from 2:00 – 4:00pm Info & RSVP: The K Gallery at Rhythmix Cultural Works presents Uprooted, an exhibit honoring the spirit and resilience of those affected by the Japanese internment of WWII, June 11th – July 30th. An opening reception will be held Saturday, June 11th from 2:00 – 4:00pm featuring live music by Akira Tana. During WWII over 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry were uprooted from their homes, communities and jobs and involuntarily sent to live in guarded barracks – internment camps located in desolate parts of America. The images and writings in Uprooted reveal different aspects of this shared memory of loss and relocation. Uprooted features calligraphy from the Heart Mountain Tachibana Ginsha, “standing flower poetry club,” typed letters written by newlywed May Okada while interned at Tule Lake, along with the work of contemporary artists Dana Kawano, Scott Tsuchitani and Ellen Bepp. All three Japanese American contemporary artists are influenced by this same dark moment in history. Dana Kawano’s Kasa Project gives visual interpretation to stories told by survivors of the Japanese American incarceration. Scott Tsuchitani investigates visual culture as dynamic process by combining poignant narrative with unexpected humor and latent stereotype. Ellen Bepp’s paper cut-outs give voice to her Japanese cultural roots while addressing issues of political identity, social injustice and displacement. Location: 2513 Blanding Ave Alameda Alameda Contact: Rhythmix staff URL:

43rd Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival

43rd Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival Start Date: Saturday 7/9/2022 — End Date: Sunday 7/10/2022 Admission:FREE One of the most popular street festivals in the Bay Area returns to summer as Downtown Los Altos hosts the 43rd Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival. Showcasing the distinctive works of artists and craftspeople from around the United States, the Festival also features select vintages from local wineries as well as a wide variety of foods including Thai, Chinese, Mexican, and All-American favorites. The Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival is a great event for the whole family with all-day free concerts on two stages and entertainment for children all weekend in the Kidzone. Location: 88 Main St North Los Altos Los Altos Contact: Scott Hunter URL: