Saturday, July 14 | 11am - 5pm
40th Street, Webster to Opal | FREE
You are invited to the Temescal BID's annual
40th Street Block Party
with great live music curated by
Broken Guitars Oakland
, local food, craft beer and wine, and unique artisan vendors. This year, there will be TWO music stages, plus FREE facepainting, kids activities and more!
Get ready to rock out to great live music
, Dead Sound,
, Three o'clock Rock
and Leila Sweetleaf. Plus special guests and DJs on our second stage: Paranoid Trooper, DJ Inti, Kevin Preston, La Chica Elastica aka Rubberband Girl, and DJ Crimson.
Exclusive food offerings include
Kenny's Heart and Soul
food truck, Momolicious food truck,
The Hog's Apothecary
, wine by
drinks and more! Plus amazing local artisan vendors for your browsing and shopping needs while you listen to great tunes
Bring the kids for face painting, and fun art activities. New this year -- check out the
Exploratorium's skate science exhibit
, and bring your board to try your own tricks on outdoor popup skate ramps! All Free!
Saturday, July 21 | 10 - 11am
Beebe Memorial Cathedral | 3900 Telegraph Ave.
Open to all
This pedestrian plaza will create a welcoming public gathering spot for our community while also significantly improving car, bike, and pedestrian safety. Elements to be considered include - but are not limited to - seating, tables, temporary and/or permanent art, plants,
and play areas for children.
Groundworks will present various concepts for the plaza and answer questions, so please come with your thinking cap. The Community's Voice Matters! This plaza should be a vibrant and welcoming gathering spot and that cannot happen without YOUR feedback. Please contact the Temescal BID at
with any questions.
Hope to see you there!
If you can't attend the public meeting, please
take the online survey HERE
to give us your feedback on the pedestrian plaza proposals. The survey will close on August 1st.
Now - Spring 2019
The City of Oakland Department of Transportation (OakDOT) is Repairing Telegraph from MacArthur Blvd to 52nd Street in 2019! In addition to repaving, OakDOT is designing safety and mobility improvements, and would like your input. Telegraph is a High Injury Corridor (among the 6% of Oakland streets that account for about 60% of severe and fatal traffic injuries) and with the repaving efforts, OakDOT has the opportunity to redesign the street to prevent crashes, improve safety for people walking and biking, enhance transit reliability and better match curb space to the needs of businesses and visitors. Visit
to help guide the design and improve safety on Telegraph.
OakDOT will be posting a summary of outreach events on their website in the next day or so, and will also be at the
40th St. Block Party
to talk more this Saturday. Feel free to come by and share your thoughts!
Wednesday, July 18 | 6:30 - 8pm
Faith Presbyterian Church | 430 49th St.
Open to all
neighbors to talk about how we can take better care of each other as we work to address the housing crisis and the increasing number of unhoused people in our
We'll be joined by Talia Rubin from Oakland's Community Housing Services office and Oliver Luby who will be reporting back from City Councilmen Dan Kalb's office on a recent district meeting on homelessness.
Street Flicks: Every Thursday in September
Sponsorship deadline: July 18th
Temescal Street Flicks
, is an engaging outdoor film series happening every Thursday evening in September in
the heart of of Temescal near Temescal Alley (Telegraph and 49
) in Oakland, CA. Sponsored by the
Temescal Telegraph Business Improvement District
, Temescal Street Flicks will focus on showcasing local, independent
and family-friendly films. The weekly outdoor films will draw local Oakland residents and attendees from all over
the Bay Area. The Temescal BID is coordinating extensive marketing and ads to attract an expected attendance
of thousands to Temescal's annual outdoor movie series.
Please contact Consuelo Jacobs, Temescal Street Flicks producer if you are interested: email@example.com or
(510) 914-6701. Click HERE to see the sponsorship benefits, which can be further customized to suit the marketing or community
engagement needs of your particular organization.
Or to expedite your sponsorship, email Consuelo and send a check by Thursday, July 18
, 2018. Payable to:
Temescal Telegraph Community Association (can be abbreviated TTCA), 4430 Telegraph Avenue #49, Oakland,
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