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2015 Rock The Garden This Friday @ Montalvo Arts Center | Free, Outdoor Art, Music, & Dance Extravaganza

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Montalvo Arts Center Rock the Garden 2015

This Friday night, head to Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga for Rock the Garden, a free, dazzling multidisciplinary public festival featuring art, music, & food under the stars! It’s a perfect evening for all your family & friends! More info below.

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Beast Crawl Literary Festival In Oakland This Saturday | Free, Dozens Of Readings & Events, 200+ Writers, 35 Locations

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2015 Beast Crawl Literary Festival

Celebrate the beating literary heart of Oakland this Saturday at Beast Crawl Literary Festival! With over 200 writers in a single night, in dozens of events, spread out over three hours and thirty-five local galleries, bars, restaurants, cafés, performance spaces, and storefronts, there is so much to see at this lit crawl! More info below.

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2015 Free San Francisco Waterfront Flicks @ Jack London Square | Schedule, June-August

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2015 Free Waterfront Flicks at Jack London Square

Celebrate summer in San Francisco with free Waterfront Flicks at Jack London Square! All summer, they’re showing hit movies, so bring a blanket, your friends and family, and settle in for a great evening! See more info & the full schedule below!

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