Capture great Telegraph Avenue moments — through July — for a chance to win sweet prizes. Read on for details. Courtesy: Rebecca Lee
Sundays on Telegraph
kicked off in Berkeley last weekend, and returns to the avenue every Sunday through Sept. 21. The car-free street party began with a mellow vibe, great music and attendees of all walks of life.
For the next two weekends, Berkeleyside and Mayor Tom Bates’ office invite visitors to the event to submit their photographs of the party for
a chance to win very cool prizes: theater tickets for adults and other items for youth 17 and under.
details for the photo contest and the festival are posted here. In a nutshell, photographs can be submitted until midnight July 31 either on Instagram, by using using the hashtag #SoTelegraph, or by posting or sharing publicly on the Sundays on Telegraph Facebook page. (Private messages cannot be considered.)
Enjoy some of our photographs, below, from last weekend to get inspired.
Read the fine print.
Remote-controlled car racing with Boss Robot Hobby and Kids in Motion in front of Moe’s Books. Photos: Doris Moskowitz
A stilt walker at Sundays on Telegraph. Photo: Emilie Raguso
Enjoy hours of free entertainment at the Telegraph Avenue street festival. Courtesy: Greg Magofña and Rebecca Lee/Sundays on Telegraph
Street musicians of all kinds take part in Sundays on Telegraph. Photo: Emilie Raguso
Telegraph Avenue street festival. Courtesy: Rebecca Lee/Sundays on Telegraph
Expect live music and dancing at Sundays on Telegraph. Courtesy: Rebecca Lee/Sundays on Telegraph
Ben Durazzo’s electronic music set was a highlight at the Sundays on Telegraph kick-off event last weekend. Photo: Emilie Raguso
Getting their groove on at Sundays on Telegraph. Courtesy: Rebecca Lee/Sundays on Telegraph
Artists add to the atmosphere on Telegraph Avenue. Photo: Emilie Raguso
Singing “Itsy Bitsy Spider” at Sundays on Telegraph. Photo: Emilie Raguso
Car racing in front of Moe’s at Sundays on Telegraph. Photos: Doris Moskowitz
Line dancing proves to be fun for all ages. Courtesy: Rebecca Lee/Sundays on Telegraph
A beeline for the balloon man. Courtesy: Rebecca Lee/Sundays on Telegraph
Like people watching? It’s hard to beat a stroll down a car-free Telegraph Avenue on a sunny day. Courtesy: Rebecca Lee/Sundays on Telegraph
Everyone’s invited to Sundays on Telegraph. Photo: Emilie Raguso
Berkeleyside is a sponsor of Sundays on Telegraph. See the full event schedule and descriptions on the Sundays on Telegraph website. Connect with Sundays on Telegraph on Facebook.
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Emilie Raguso is Berkeleyside’s senior editor of news.
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