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Posted inCommunity, Events, Schools

Photos: Cal Day draws thousands to UC Berkeley campus

The UC Berkeley campus was teeming with life and a host of free celebratory events on Saturday for the annual Cal Day. At its core, Cal Day is for newly admitted students, but a majority of the activities are designed to appeal to the broader community. Among the highlights this year were performances by San Francisco-based vertical dance company […]

Posted inArts, Events

The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend

EARTH DAY The Brower Center is hosting its first-ever Earth Day Festival, on Saturday, April 18 from noon to 6 p.m. There will be hands-on workshops, live music, family arts activities and organic food tastings, all focused on “protecting and honoring the planet we call home.” Three panels during the afternoon look at carbon farming, climate-friendly […]

Posted inArts, Business, Community, Events, Schools

The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend

CAL DAY This year, Cal Day’s theme is “One day. A million stories,” but it should probably be “One day. A million things to do.” The annual UC Berkeley open house is filled with lectures, tours, family-friendly events and information sessions for prospective students. Highlights include an exhibit featuring “the most disgusting animal on earth,” a […]

Posted inSchools

Cal Day: When UC Berkeley opens its doors to the world

Every year, UC Berkeley throws its campus open to all-comers to showcase what the university has to offer. On Saturday April 20, an estimated 45,000 current and prospective students and their families attended Cal Day 2013, the school’s official open house. The event, which sees hundreds of Cal organizations set up around 300 booths, is an important recruitment time […]

Posted inEvents

The It List: Five Things to do in Berkeley this weekend

IMAGINE NONVIOLENCE In response to the March 16 shooting at the club, which injured two employees, and violence in general, Ashkenaz is sponsoring an event called “Imagining Nonviolence” on Friday April 19. “This event explores, celebrates, and shares numerous ways that we heal from violence, individually and within community. Starting with a hands-on healing art workshop, participants will […]