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Events

Although Emeryville itself lacks its own firework show and has a zero-tolerance policy toward them, we’re fortunate enough to have a fantastic vantage point of neighboring shows every 4th of July. Shows including the neighboring Berkeley...

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Last October, Golden Gate neighborhood residents Brian Koloszyc and his wife Teresa announced their plans to build a brewery and tasting room along San Pablo Avenue. This Saturday June 4th, Novel Brewing Co. will open their doors...

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After a successful trial run last year, the Bay Street Farmers’ Market returns this Saturday April 30th from 3-7 p.m. with more fresh foods and a special Arts & Crafts Market. The “Twilight Market” series will...

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More than 400 artists will participate in this year’s annual Pro Arts Open Studios East Bay regional event. Among those will be seven local Emeryville Artists mostly centered around The Park Avenue District. Works like those...

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Love our Neighborhood Day returns this Saturday May 30th after a successful 2014 event that saw as many as 3,000 people attend the inaugural Open Streets event in North Oakland/Emeryville. A one-mile stretch of California State...

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The E’ville Eye is happy to announce a new contributor, Triangle/Golden Gate Neighborhood border resident (and fellow French Bulldog enthusiast) Leslie Kurland. Leslie reached out to us wanting “to get more involved in the community” and we...

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Imagine our neighborhoods not bordered by roads and corralled by speeding vehicles spewing exhaust  … but by crowds of pedestrians and bicycle lanes. Instead of being confined to narrow sidewalks, being allowed to venture beyond them...

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I guess it’s appropriate that the smallest city in the East Bay (and second smallest area-wise in the entire bay area after Belvedere) host the shortest Duathlon event. Typically the Shortest Triathlon Ever … the event...

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I’ve been told that Emeryville boasts more artists per capita than any other city in the state. Surely this number has been reduced over the decades as the once vast open-studio space has been replaced...

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“Then & Now” is a special series that looks to capture a portion of Emeryville History and spotlight the small and vibrant business community that the former industrial city has evolved into. The Historic Park...

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The City of Emeryville kicks off its July Outdoor Performance series this Thursday at 5pm at the Park Avenue Plaza (Where Park dead-ends into the train tracks). Performing live music will be the Creole dance...

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As part of Mayor Jennifer West’s community outreach program, she will be visiting and sharing her “State of the City” report at the Emeryville Warehouse lofts on May 31. Also in attendance will be city manager...

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The perennially under construction Park Avenue plaza is finally slated to officially open! FREE and open to ALL! Music, food stalls from local restaurants and caterers, wine and other drinks available, courtesy of Pyramid Alehouse….come...

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25th Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition

July 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

Reception: Friday September 30, 2011 6-9 p.m. Show Dates: October 1-23, 2011...

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