Here's what to do in Oakland this weekend

Here's what to do in Oakland this weekend
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By Hoodline - Published on February 20, 2020.

Looking to mix things up this weekend? From a brunch event to a candle-making workshop, here are some top options to get you out and about in the days ahead.

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TML presents 'Bubbles N' Toast'

From the event description:

This is the first installment of our Brunch Series - Bubbles N' Toast. This inaugural event will be very special to us, as we will be featuring a collection of Bay Area vendors to showcase cuisine and desserts from our local community. It's all about supporting one another and giving back in a positive way. In addition, we’ll have some of our loyal TML family celebrating another year of life. We would love for you to join us in our celebration. You can never go wrong when you mix great energy, music, food and epic mimosas.

When: Saturday, Feb. 22, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Era Art Bar & Lounge, 19 Grand Ave.
Admission: $27.50 (Standard); More ticket options available.
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Make History, Volume 1

From the event description:

Make history is the first break jam dedicated to the black community that helped create breaking. This Inclusive event will be showcasing intense battles and exihibtions while focusing on creating a stronger community worldwide through Hip Culture.

When: Saturday, Feb. 22, 1-9 p.m.
Where: Blue Dream, 1300 Seventh St.
Admission: $50-$100
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Candles, Creativity and Community: Self-Care Day for Women of Color

From the event description:

Enjoy an afternoon of radical self-care and community with Brown Sisters Speak. Join our chief creative, Aisha V. of Vanise Belle Artistry, for a candle-making workshop and create two scented soy candles. All the materials are provided, just come ready to have fun, learn some candle making magic and be inspired to make more! Everyone will go home with two handmade four-ounce soy candles, which will burn about 20 hours each. No experience required. This workshop is designed as a safe space for women of color.

When: Saturday, Feb. 22, 2-5 p.m.
Where: Oakland City Church, 2735 MacArthur Blvd.
Admission: $45 
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The Artist and the Architect: Secrets of the City Club

From the event description:

Ahead of the Art Deco Preservation Ball (May 9), learn more about the amazing design of the City Club of San Francisco. In the early 1930s, at the onset of the Great Depression, San Francisco architect Timothy Pflueger orchestrated a symphony of modernistic art inside a capitalist institution, a luncheon club for the traders at the San Francisco Stock Exchange, in the new, small-scale office tower he had designed in 1929. 

When: Saturday, Feb. 22, 3-5 p.m.
Where: The Bellevue Club, 525 Bellevue Ave., Floor 4
Admission: $10 (ADSC/Bellevue Club Member) $15 (Non-Member)
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