What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend – March 10-12
March 8, 2017 | Mary Corbin
We’re just getting warmed up in Berkeley this weekend, as spring weather starts to show its true colors. We spring forward and meet the Equinox with some great happenings around town. We love the light!
What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #1: Ann Wilson of Heart
8:00 PM / Fri, March 10
The UC Theatre
2036 University Avenue, Berkeley
View Website: What will fans experience at these shows? “People can expect the unexpected in 2017,” ANN says. “A beautiful, classy set with an elegant, artistic production…The music will be a mix of songs that have powered my life; iconic soul stirring covers, songs from my years of solo work and the unforgettable songs of Heart.”
What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #2: Kidd Pivot and Electric Company Theater
8:00 PM / Fri & Sat, March 10 & 11
Zellerbach Hall, UC Campus
Bancroft Way (Telegraph & Dana), Berkeley
Admission: Starts at $30
View Website: View Website: A collaboration between two of Canada’s most renowned and imaginative companies, choreographer Crystal Pite’s Kidd Pivot and playwright/performer Jonathon Young’s Electric Company Theatre, Betroffenheit is a gripping and emotionally visceral exploration of psychological trauma. Named after a German word that loosely translates as shock, bewilderment, or impact, this “rare and staggering” (The Globe and Mail, Toronto) dance-theater hybrid addresses the failure of language in the face of emotional suffering.
What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #3: Fiber and Dye
10:00 AM / Saturday, March 11
UC Botanical Garden
What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #4: Forever Young at BAC
11:00 AM to 5:00 PM / Saturday, March 11
Berkeley Art Center
1275 Walnut Street, Berkeley, 510-644-6893
View Website: In conjunction with National Arts Education Month, Forever Young will celebrate and honor Berkeley Unified District (BUSD) K-8 visual arts! This year the exhibition features the work of teachers and their students side by side in an exploration of mentorship and relationship. Participating Berkeley schools include Berkeley Arts Magnet, Cragmont, Emerson, Jefferson, John Muir, Le Conte, Longfellow, Malcolm X, Oxford, Rosa Parks, Thousand Oaks, and Willard. Family Day will feature hands-on art activities for all ages, music, and food trucks in the park. Ends April 9.
What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #5: Spring Equinox Drum Circle
6:00 PM / Sunday, March 12
The Sacred Stream Center
View Website: Our drum circles are held four times a year on the solstices and equinoxes. The focus of our circles is on healing for individuals, the community, and the earth. Ours is the longest running drum circle in the San Francisco Bay Area, having started in 1998. The format for the circle includes calling power, drum circle meditation (or journey), healing circle and closing circle. Please note that this is not a jam or free form drumming (except for the calling of power). We follow an ancient practice of altering consciousness using a repetitive beat. There are no counter beats, harmonies, or melodies.
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