Through February 28, 2022
You Are Here: California Stories on the Map
Oakland Museum of California, 1000 Oak St, Oakland

Explore new perspectives on familiar places and experience the power and creativity of mapping. The exhibition includes two maps from Edible East Bay by Margo Rivera-Weiss. Save the date for a special program on Saturday April 25 about maps and the stories they tell. Info: museumca.org

Day and time by arrangement
Knife Skills Classes at Bernal Cutlery
3505 17th St, San Francisco

Improve your knife skills and technique through a variety of small classes. Check website for class options and instructions on signing up. Info: bernalcutlery.com

Self-guided (see website for days/hours)
Explore the Urban Wine & Ale Trails

Visit Oakland’s exciting array of wineries and craft breweries on your own schedule. Trails are walkable and easily accessible by public transportation. Info, map, and transportation options at visitoakland.com

Second Monday each month (see website for times)
East Bay Permaculture Guild Potluck
PLACE (People Linking Art, Community, & Ecology)
1121 64th St, Oakland

Mix and mingle and find new ways to connect and share resources. Info: place.community/events

Friday–Sunday, 11am–4pm (noon–5pm as of 3/8)
Winter Open U-Pick
Cloverfield Organic Farm, 501 La Paloma Rd, El Sobrante

Come see how a healthy bio-intensive farm grows and pick a basket of organic produce. Learn about volunteer ops. Info: 510.253.8859, cloverfieldfarm.us

Every Sunday, 10am–1pm
Watercolor with Wendy Yoshimura
North Oakland

Artist Wendy Yoshimura, a frequent Edible East Bay contributor, offers watercolor classes for all levels. Cost per class is $30. Info: wendy.yoshimura(at)gmail.com

Sunday–Thursday (check website for hours)
Volunteer at the Farm
UC Gill Tract Community Farm, Marin & San Pablo Ave, Albany (enter on San Pablo Ave or Jackson St)

Plant, weed, and harvest organically grown produce as you learn about sustainable and socially just food production. Info: gilltractfarm.org

Three times monthly
Resilient Communities Legal Café
Various East Bay locations

Sustainable Economies Law Center offers first-come, first-served legal advice for people interested in launching a cottage food business, urban farm, cooperative, or other sustainable enterprise. Check website for days and times. Donations requested on a sliding scale. Info: theselc.org/cafe