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My Bart- great for fun and free | July 26, 2010

I Heart My Bart.  I found this website when if first appeared on the internet and have been getting the weekly emails ever since.  It’s a great resource for Fun and Free things to do in the 510 and everywhere else and they tell you how to get there, how great is that?  They even have free contests and i’ve won a couple of things so follow them on twitter or sign up for their email.  www.mybart.org

Oakland Underground Film Festival

Pavilion Theater, Jack London Square
98 Broadway
Oakland, CA

The Oakland Underground Film Festival in partnership with Jack London Square presents an exciting spring and summer series of films, performances, and art installations. Join them in the 33,000 square-foot waterfront Pavilion Theater (formerly a bookstore) to enjoy some of the very best local filmmakers, projection and installation artists, musicians, and surprise guest speakers:

Friday July 30, 2010 � Tracey Snelling
7:30 pm to 11:30 pm

Fremont Festival of the Arts

Closest BART Station: Fremont

7/31/10 – 8/1/10
Paseo Padre Parkway, between Mowry and Walnut Avenues
Fremont, CA

The Fremont Festival of the Arts features much to see and do. Enjoy a meal from one of the different food booths, or shop in the ever popular Gourmet Marketplace.

You will find over 700 artists exhibiting upscale arts and crafts pieces, including photography, paintings, jewelry, wood carvings, clothing, sculptures and more.

The ever popular Kid City is back! Kids will be delighted with live entertainers such as magicians, jugglers, and dance troupes as well as traditional carnival rides.

For those who just want to sit back, relax, and listen to music, the Festival features three stages with musical acts that span from rock to blues to soul to country. Enjoy free music on two stages at the Fremont Festival of the Arts. Don’t miss The Rising, a Bruce Springsteen tribute band, and Zoo Station, a U2 tribute band!

10 am – 6 pm

Getting There:
Take BART to the Fremont station and exit, walking west (away from the hills). You’ll pass through the Gateway Plaza (with the NAZ Cinema and the Army recruiting office. Follow the signs that will be posted.

Asian Art Museum Free First Sundays

Closest BART Station: Civic Center


Asian Art Museum
200 Larkin Street (between Fulton and McAllister Streets)
San Francisco, CA 94102

“Target First Free Sundays”�free general admission on the first Sunday of every month and the family programs offered on that day�is made possible by Target. Admission is granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to capacity restrictions, admission is not guaranteed.

Admission to Shanghai is only $5 on Target First Free Sundays; Children, Youths, and Asian Art Museum members enjoy free admission.

10:00am – 5:00pm

Getting There:
The museum is located 1 block west of the Civic Center station. Leave the station by the Grove Street exit. Proceed upstairs to street level. Walk one block north on Hyde to Fulton. Make a left on Fulton. Walk one block west (toward City Hall) on Fulton to Larkin. Make a right on Larkin. Enter the museum at 200 Larkin Street.

Oakland Museum of California – First Sundays FREE

Closest BART Station: Lake Merritt


Oakland Museum of California
1000 Oak @ 10th Street
Oakland, CA
Phone: 510 238 2200

First Sundays are FREE days at the Oakland Museum of California.

The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) brings together collections of art, history and natural science under one roof to tell the extraordinary stories of California and its people.

11am – 5pm

Getting There:
One block from the Lake Merritt BART Station.

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