What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend – May 12-14
May 10, 2017 | Mary Corbin
It’s Mother’s Day this weekend so get out with mama and enjoy some sun and fun. There are Sunday brunch/events opportunities all over town including a special tea class at Far Leaves in West Berkeley. Whatever you choose, have another great weekend in Berkeley!
What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #1: Scottish Ballet: A Streetcar Named Desire
8:00 PM / Friday, May 12, 2017
Admission: Starts at $36
Location: Zellerbach Hall, UC Campus
Bancroft (Telegraph & Dana), Berkeley 94720. (510) 642-9988
View Website: Scottish Ballet’s award-winning take on Tennessee Williams’ Southern Gothic melodrama with jazz-inspired score draws audiences into the darkly alluring and tragic world of Blanche DuBois, her sister Stella, and her brutish brother-in-law Stanley. Scotland’s national dance company is known for rigorous and refined classical technique and vibrant productions of story ballets. “An expertly chosen play turned brilliantly into dance” (The Telegraph, London).
What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #2: Sports Basement Camp Out
SB Camp Out is an interactive and engaging event focused on bringing the outdoors to you! This event will highlight the most cutting edge outdoor brands and the latest in their gear. We will be offering on-site demos & clinics, hourly raffles, nutritional tastings and Fort Point brew will be flowing.Join us for a day of adventure with some of the greatest brands in the outdoor industry!
What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #3: Patchwork Series: ClownSnotBombs
11:00 AM / Saturday, May 13
Admission: Starting at $10
Location: Freight & Salvage
2020 Addison Street, Berkeley 94704
View Website: Get ready for a wild morning of singing, dancing, acrobatics, and silliness! ClownSnotBombs is a Bay Area troupe of acrobats, circus performers, teachers, and musician who are guaranteed to delight the young and young at heart.
What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #4: Plant Sale Benefit for Edible Schoolyard
Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School
What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #5: Amy Goodman
View Website: This is a celebration of the acclaimed news program Democracy Now! and the heroes who have moved our democracy forward. Hosted by Cat Brooks.