Main Schedule

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM | Mutual Aid Response Services
Free on-site COVID rapid testing and first aid.
10 AM - 12 PM | Peoples Kitchen Collective
People’s Kitchen Collective along with community food partners will be serving a hot, delicious, and nutritious Free Breakfast honoring the legacy of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense’s Survival Programs. PKC will also be hosting “Living School” stations for community members to reflect on the survival programs that we can all benefit from today, to learn how to assemble a radical go bag, and to share their recipes for change.
10 AM - 4 PM | Emily Butterfly's Kids Zone

Featuring: Attitudinal Healing Connection-Arts & Crafts, Jr. Art & Science Center-Arts & Crafts, Face Painting, Games, Story Tent

Story Tent Schedule
10:30- Kendo Martial Arts
11:30-Jill Guerra
12-Alphabet Rockers(Main Stage)
12:30-Robert Trujillo
1:30-West Oakland Library
2:00-Emily Butterfly
2:30-Mr. Limata
3:30-Angela Dalton
10 AM - 4 PM | The Crucible
Hands-on Leatherwork: Bracelets & Keychains and Hands-on Mexican Tin Art from 10-4 pm and Live Glass Blowing Demonstrations 12-3 pm.
10 AM - 4 PM | Gardeners of Belonging
Gardeners of Belonging is a project that highlights individuals who create conditions that cultivate the growth, flourishing, and belonging. There’s a wisdom that gardening is really about tending the soil, which requires deep listening, an awareness of the interconnection between multiple elements and reciprocity of nutrients for growth. Through large-scale participatory public artworks and action research strategies we celebrate a handful of individuals who have cultivated belonging in the Bay Area and beyond.
11 AM - 5 PM | BAOBOB Kijani Marketplace
Kijani = Green. Healthy, vibrant, growing, thriving, abundant. Come through, meet and shop all the different vendors bringing you style, fashion, beautiful skincare, and everything else we love to support in the town. BAOBOB and AKOMA Market helping vendors lean in with greening in. Be sure to check back throughout the day for surprise promotions and special giveaways!
11 AM - 12:30 PM | Kids Zone with Alphabet Rockers
11:00AM Make Signs at the Kid Zone
12:00PM March from Kid Zone to Main Stage with Alphabet Rockers
12:30PM Alphabet Rockers perform Main Stage

Join 3x GRAMMY nominated Alphabet Rockers in marching from the Kid Zone to the Main Stage for an uplifting all-ages concert features songs from their new album, The Movement.
12 PM - 5 PM | Artmobile Experience
Attitudinal Healing Connection Artmobile Experience
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Oakland Mayoral Candidate Town Hall on Arts & Culture
When we talk about art and culture in Oakland, we are talking about the Soul of our city. Join us as we learn each candidate’s positions on the city’s Cultural Plan, celebrate Oakland artists’ contribution to rebuilding as we emerge from the pandemic, and candidates ideas for effective policies to create a racially just and culturally equitable Oakland. There will be an opportunity for attendees to ask candidates their questions. Space is limited. Register here.
Co-presented by the Cultural Affairs Commission, California Humanities & Youth Speaks
12 PM - 4 PM | Dark Star Universe
12pm - 2pm: Diorama workshop
2pm - 4pm: Film Screening
12:30 PM - 6 PM | Teen Zone
12:30pm - 2:30pm: Destiny Arts Classes+Showcase
2:30pm - 3:30pm: Teen Poetry Slam Prelim
3:30pm - 5:30pm: Dance Battle

The Teen Zone is for teens aged 13-19 years old! We got free video games, music, performances, dancing, poetry slams, and more. Step your moves up with a Destiny Arts dance class or, if you really think you got it, compete at the individual all-styles dance battle with Yak Films.

Do you got bars? Spit your best poem for a chance at $50 and a free ticket to the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival with Youth Speaks. It's not just a good time; it's great in the park. Bring a friend

Special Events

We Still Here Film Screening

Sunday • October 16 • 12:30 PM
New Parkway Theater in Oakland
474 24th St, Oakland, CA 94612

We Still Here introduces the incredible youth of Comerío, Puerto Rico navigating the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, a disaster that brought an unprecedented level of devastation to an island already in an economic and political crisis. In the lush mountains in the center of Puerto Rico, 24-year-old Mariangelie Ortiz leads a group of young residents who never thought they would become the leaders of their community, nonetheless finding themselves traveling to Washington D.C. to protest in the halls of Congress. Follow them in this coming-of-age story to find their power and begin creating a sustainable future for themselves and their community.

Goldbeams Concert

Monday, October 24 • 6PM-9PM
California Ballroom
1736 Franklin St., Oakland, CA 94612

The 2nd Annual Fourth Mondays Concert has an INCREDIBLE lineup of crazy talented artists, cheap drinks, and BIG vibes! Presented by Gold Beams.