As I was driving around Alameda Point last Saturday, I came upon Alameda Point Collaborative’s (APC) farm. The gate was wide open and work was going on. I decided to check it out.
I met three volunteers from the Junior League busily transporting mulch chips from a pile at the gate to a crop row. A few dozen yards away, farm supervisor Evan Krokowski was running a rototiller down crop rows where harvesting was complete. Workers were tidying up the greenhouse as they carried sprouted plants inside.
Alameda’s premier event featuring tours of the city’s finest Colonial-Revival style homes provided by the homeowners and the Alameda Architectural Preservation Society took place this past weekend. Tour-goers could be found perusing their guidebooks from the Gold Coast to west of Webster this year.
The Berkeley Juggling Club showcased its skills at the renowned Everything Alameda event last Saturday, Sept. 27 at Lower Washington Park.
The community event had local food vendors, live youth entertainment and local bands, many local youth groups and associations, jumpers for the little children, arts and crafts vendors, a beer and wine garden and a chance to enjoy a beautiful day in the park.