Come celebrate the grand opening of our new Edward Jones office. While our location is new, Edward Jones has been helping individual investors reach their long-term goals for more than 90 years. As part of our celebration, we're having a canned food drive to support the Alameda County Community Food Bank. We hope you, your family and friends can join us. If unable to attend, food donations will be accepted at our office through November 19th.
5330 College Avenue, Suite 230 (half block from the Rockridge Public Library)
Hosted by Benjamin Blake, Edward Jones Investments
Presence and Movement: Self-Breema Class, 6 – 7 PM
The simple, natural movements of Self-Breema exercises support body, mind, and feelings to work together to increase receptivity, balance, and openness to life. This class features instruction and practice of Self-Breema exercises.
$5 drop-in (your first class is free)
Community Breema 7 – 8 PM
Revitalize your body, calm your mind, and balance your emotions. Receive a 20-minute session of Breema bodywork in a group setting. Sessions are profoundly relaxing and energizing and can transform your day. Drop-ins welcome.
Sliding Scale: $10 - $20.
The Breema Center
6076 Claremont Ave, Oakland, California 94618
Reserve your place: (510) 428-0937 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction is considered the evidence-based gold standard of stress reduction by doctors and the tens of thousands of people who have benefited from this program worldwide.
This course is an excellent way to sharpen our focus, prioritize our own health, and solidify our communication with colleagues, customers, and loved ones.
The class meets at the classic Rockridge setting of Danspace, near BART and Market Hall, and is offered by longtime Rockridge teacher and therapist Reba Connell.
Early-bird discounts are available until January 15.
Winter 2019 class:
Tuesdays 9–11:15 am
Free Orientation Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Class: February 12-April 2, 2019
Watch the video, which includes meditation and chair yoga!
Sessions provided by:
Center for Stress Reduction
Join us for a whimsical night of pumpkin painting at The Golden Squirrel with Old Kan Beer and Co. and try their new Gold Kan, a hopped Pale Ale all Admiral Maltings. We will provide the pumpkins and the paint, you are required to provide the creativity!! Get a head start on your Halloween decorations.
The Golden Squirrel
5940 College Avenue
More Info: http://www.facebook.com/events/243330476337156/
Back by Popular Demand!
It's time to make your 'fashion trash' someone else's 'fashion treasure'.
HOW IT WORKS
Customers are invited to bring in items of SERRAHNAclothing that they would like to donate or trade for other Swap Meet items. Maybe you are tired of a scarf? Or changed your hair color so the coat no longer works with your palate? Come swap it out! Customers will work with each other and handle their own trades.
Please only gently worn, clean SERRAHNA items are allowed. Any unclaimed items can be donated & will be sold on our sale rack for $10 each after the swap meet, with all proceeds going to a good charitable cause, which allows everyone to smile.
ADMISSION is $15.
This entrance fee allows you to swap your SERRAHNA clothes with someone else's, at no extra charge.
Besides you, so do my Indian tailors and their families.
All entry fees will be donated to the dental hygiene maintenance of my tailors and their kids. A regular supply of tooth brushes and tooth paste, + dentist visits is a cost sustainable by your admission fee.
Monday October 15, 2pm - 7:30pm
Preparing to give birth is an incredibly exciting and complex time. As a woman, your body is changing constantly while mentally you prepare for a brand new family member and what that means to your way of life. Yoga is a soft, nurturing way to become re-familiarized with your evolving body, increase overall vitality, and enhance mindfulness.
This workshop will provide valuable tools for birthing mothers and their partners to remain calm, grounded and present during the transitions of pregnancy, childbirth, and parenthood.
More Info here.
Namaste Yoga + Wellness, 3229 College Avenue
Market Hall Foods is thrilled to host the acclaimed author and baking expert Rose Levy Beranbaum for a book signing of her newest cookbook, Rose's Baking Basics: 100 Essential Recipes, with More Than 600 Step-by-Step Photos. This will be Rose's first signing with us, and we could not be more excited!
WHEN & WHERE
Join us at Rockridge Market Hall on Saturday, October 6th, 2:00–4:00pm.
5655 College Ave., Oakland, CA 94618 (map)
Meet Rose and have your books signed. Don't forget to swing by Market Hall Bakery to taste and take home some sweet specials from her book (Triple Lemon Velvet Bundt Cake, anyone?). Plus, get back to the baking basics and enjoy buttercream-making demonstrations by our own Market Hall baking team, as well as butter and baking chocolate tastings.
This event is open to the public. No charges except for purchases.
ABOUT ROSE'S BAKING BASICS
In her newest book, Rose’s Baking Basics, James Beard Award-winning author and baking expert Rose Levy Beranbaum is getting back to the essentials. Join Rose as she shares her tips and tricks for perfecting the basics with 100 of her most treasured recipes for everything from cookies and cakes to pies, breads and more. With more than 600 step-by-step photos, this cookbook is sure to be a kitchen staple for baking novices and avid bakers alike.
“Beranbaum leaves absolutely nothing to guesswork. If that kind of inclusiveness doesn’t take the fear out of baking, nothing will.” —San Francisco Chronicle
"Rose Levy Beranbaum is a legend in baking and pastry cookbooks." —Eater.com
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rose Levy Beranbaum is the award-winning author of eleven cookbooks, including The Cake Bible, which was inducted into the International Association of Culinary Professionals Culinary Classics Awards, and The Baking Bible, IACP Best Baking Book for 2015. She also won a James Beard Foundation Award in 1998 for Rose's Christmas Cookies. Her blog, realbakingwithrose.com, has created an international community of bakers.
Breema is based on a profound understanding of the principles that govern the entire universe and everything in it.
In this four-week class, we will learn simple Breema treatments and exercises that introduce us to an entirely new and different way of moving and relating, and provide access to new dimensions of physical, mental, and emotional health and balance.
- This series is especially for brand new students, but everyone is welcome. Bring your friends! Breema is safe, simple, and totally fun to learn and practice.
- Breema treatments are always given and received fully clothed, so please wear clean, comfortable clothing (including socks). No fragrances, please!
- You can drop in to any of the classes, but we highly recommend you come to the first class, because you probably won’t want to miss the others!
$15 drop in, $40 for the 4 class series
The Breema Center, 6076 Claremont Avenue
After the Winter is forthright, ambitious and unusual. It digs into the universe of those who live on the fringe, in bewilderment and unconformity. With this book Nettel becomes one of the essentials voices of contemporary Latin American Literature.
East Bay Booksellers, 5433 College Avenue
On Sunday September 16, Oakland’s beloved Rockridge neighborhood will welcome thousands from all over the region to shop, dine and explore at our 12th Rockridge Out & About festival. Mark your calendars now for a fun-filled day celebrating all that makes Rockridge a great place to live, work, shop and play!
The free, family-friendly festivities run from noon-6pm along a strollable 8-block stretch of College Avenue.
Presented by the Rockridge District Association, the something-for-everyone street fair blends annual favorites with new activities while showcasing the 100+ ground floor shops and businesses that call Rockridge home.
FREE! More Info