Billy Elliot 
March 2-25, 2017
Berkeley Playhouse 

Stamp & Scrapbook Expo
March 3-4, 2017
Alameda County Fairgrounds 

Hands-On Wine Blending
Camp with Mark Clarin

March 4, 2017
McGrail Vineyards 

Circus Odious 
March 11-26, 2017
Kinetic Arts Center

Giving Hope Program’s
Crab Feed Fundraiser

March 11, 2017

Marriage of Figaro 
March 11-19, 2017
Bankhead Theater

Johnny Appleseed Day
March 12, 2017
Ardenwood Historic Farm

Persian New Year Festival,
March 14, 2017

Alvin Ailey American
Dance Theater
March 14-19, 2017
Zellerbach Hall

Saint Patrick's
Day Celebration 

March 17, 2017
Izzy's Oakland 

St. Patrick's Day Brew Crawl
March 18, 2017
Downtown Pleasanton 

Women in Business
Learn from Successful
Bay Area CEOs

March 20, 2017
Fremont Main Library 

Barrels, Bottles & Brews
March 25--26, 2017
Various Wineries 

Layering Flavors: The
Jelly Bean Experience

March 29, 2017
Concannon Vineyard 
Every Tue. & Sat 9:00am-1pm.
Haight Ave & Webster Street

June - Nov Wed. 3pm-7pm.
Solano Ave & San Pablo Ave.

Every Sat. 10am-3pm.
Center Street at M.L. King Jr Way 

Castro Valley
Every Sat. 10:00am-2:00pm
Castro Valley BART Station
Redwood Road & Norbridge

Every Thur. 4:00-8:00pm. 
Emerald Glen Community Park, Tassajara Road & Central Parkway

Every Sat. 9am-1pm.
Next to the historic Centerville Train Depot at Bonde Way and Fremont Blvd.

Every Sat. 9am-1pm.
Main St between A and B St.

Every Th. 4-8pm
Carnegie Park 
Every Sun.10am-2pm
Carnegie Park

Every Sun. 9am-1pm.
New Park Mall. In the New Park Mall parking lot.

Every Sat. 9am-2pm.
Grand Ave and Lake Park Ave.

Every Sat. 9am-1pm.
Main & W. Angela St.. 

Union City
Every Sat. 9:00am-1:00pm.
Old Alvarado Park, Smith & Watkins Streets
Golden State Basketball
San Jose Hockey
Oakland Baseball
San Francisco Baseball
an Jose Soccer
San Francisco Football
Oakland Football

There are lots of eco-savvy ways to get in your daily dose of physical fitness. Here are some of our favorite tips:

  • Take it outside whenever you can. Instead of increasing your energy consumption via home and gym exercise machines, take advantage of hiking and biking trails in your area. One big advantage to the great outdoors - it’s 100% free and always interesting! 
  • Inspire a green makeover at your health club or gym. If the great outdoors just aren’t for you, consider encouraging your gym to make some eco-friendly upgrades. Make sure your club offers recycling bins and energy efficient machines, and remind the staff to ask patrons to limit their towel usage. 
  • Car pool to your local gym with a friend or neighbor. Not only does carpooling cut down on your fuel costs and usage, but having a gym buddy is an instant incentive to keep up with your fitness goals and resolutions. For extra support, consider joining a soccer, volleyball, or kickball league in your neighborhood. No one to car pool with? Your bike is another great way to get where you’re going and workout at the same time.
  • Looking for some new workout clothing or gear? Organic cotton and bamboo threads are a great place to start for sweat-friendly green fabrics. For eco-conscious equipment choices, check the web or a local sporting goods shop for great deals on secondhand bikes and weights. For new clothing or gear, you may be interested in checking out companies like Gaiam and Natural Fitness Inc. Both of these companies are practicing some pretty innovative manufacturing techniques and are utilizing recycled rubber and materials to produce their workout goods.
  • Just say no to one-time use plastic water bottles. It’s time to commit to using refillable water bottles for workouts and everyday hydration. Using a refillable bottle means less waste in landfills and more money in your wallet. There are even self-filtering models. 
  • Get creative with your workout routine. It’s not always easy to find time to head to the gym or commit to an after-work jogging schedule. Try to throw in an extra walk or bike ride during your lunch break for a calorie-burning boost. Another great way to supplement your gym routine: Try knocking out some house or yard work by attacking the job with gusto! Shoveling snow, raking leaves, vacuuming and dusting can be great activities for burning off a greasy business lunch or the sins of the holiday season.
  • Recycle your cross-trainers. After putting in all of that extra mileage, your new shoes are bound to lose their bounce. Instead of tossing them, give your shoes new life with Nike’s Reuse-A-Shoe program. Just drop them off at any Nike store. Worn out shoes are used to build new tracks, basketball and tennis courts!
Kitchen on Fire
The Alameda Museum
Pacific Pinball Museum
Habitot Children's Discovery Museum 
Bay Area Ski Bus
Ardenwood Historic Farm
J.E. Perry Farms
Wente Vineyards
Oakland Zoo  
Hike Mission Peak
Redwood Regional Park
Crown Memorial State Beach
Lake Merritt
Bay Area Climbers 
Great Western Power Co. 
Children's Fairyland
Adventure Playground 
Eight Bridges Brewing
Chabot Space and Science Center
Capone's Speakeasy
Granada Bowl
Alameda County Fairgrounds 
Las Positas Golf Course
Jack London Square
Rock Wall Wine Company
iFLY Indoor Skydiving
Friday, March 3, 2017
Before I Fall
The Shack 

Friday, March 10, 2017
Kong: Skull Island
Personal Shopper 
The Sense of an Ending 

Friday, March 17, 2017
Beauty and the Beast
Free Fire
T2: Trainspotting 2

Friday, March 24, 2017
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
Power Rangers 

Friday, March 31, 2017
Ghost in the Shell
The Boss Baby 
The Zookeeper's Wife 
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