Activities in Oakland

Introduction Sailing Class at Afterguard Sailing Academy (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Afterguard Sailing Academy

Multiple Locations

Instructors acquaint students with sailing vernacular and basic techniques during hands-on sailing sessions

$90 $55

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5 or 10 Turbo Boxing Classes at Emi TKB (Up to 62% Off)

Emi TKB

Laurel

Learn non-combative kickboxing techniques from seasoned instructors while growing stronger and more flexible

$60 $24

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$99 for Flight Lesson with Ground Training and 35-Minute Flight from Oakland Flyers ($230 Value)

Oakland Flyers

Oakland

Flight lesson includes ground and flight instruction from a professional pilot and a 35-minute flying session

$230 $99

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$70 for $200 Worth of Tennis Lessons — Jensen Redondo Tennis Academy

Jensen Redondo Tennis Academy

Oakland

From the merchant: Red Ball Academy for children ages 10 and under; meets Mondays or Fridays from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

$200 $70

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Harlem Globetrotters Game at Oracle Arena on Saturday, January 17, at 7:30 p.m. (40% Off)

Harlem Globetrotters

Oracle Arena

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Ball-spinning antics abound as this world-famous exhibition basketball team dazzles in a comic and athletic performance

$63.50 $38

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$35 for a One-Year Individual Membership to Oakland Zoo ($70 Value)

Oakland Zoo

Caballo Hills

Historic zoo houses more than 660 animals such as giraffes, lions, elephants, baboons, alligators, and Malayan sun bears

$70 $35

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Flight Tour from SF Air Tours (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

SF Air Tours

SF Air Tours

Enjoy views of landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Pacific Coast, Alcatraz Island, Sausalito, and Fisherman’s Warf day or night

$229 $115

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$45 for One Flying Trapeze Class and One Trampoline or One Aerial Arts Class at Trapeze Arts ($80 Value)

Trapeze Arts

West Oakland

Flying trapeze and aerial arts classes teach aerial skills and build strength; 90-minute trampoline class provides an aerobic workout

$80 $45

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Presale: Oakland A's Baseball Game at O.co Coliseum on April 11, 2015 (Up to 33% Off). Two Seating Options Available.

Oakland A's

Coliseum Industrial Complex

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Special presale gives fans a chance to catch the A’s take on the Mariners in April 2015

$30 $20

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Admission to the Oakland Zoo for One Child or Adult (Up to 32% Off)

Oakland Zoo

Oakland

Historic zoo houses more than 660 animals such as giraffes, lions, elephants, baboons, alligators, and Malayan sun bears

$11.75 $8

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Guided Tour for Two, Four, or Six of the USS Potomac: FDR's Presidential Yacht (Up to 50% Off )

Presidential Yacht- USS Potomac

Produce and Waterfront

Dockside tours of Franklin Roosevelt’s “Floating White House” provide stunning sights and insight into FDR’s life

$20 $11

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Two or Four Adult Tickets or One-Year Family Membership to Oakland Aviation Museum (50% Off)

Oakland Aviation Museum

Oakland

Located on historic North Field, the museum features an array of aircraft, flight simulators, and the flying boat from Indiana Jones

$20 $10

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Segway Tour for One or Two from Segway of Oakland (Up to 54% Off)

Segway of Oakland

Merritt

Tours roam Oakland and pause at landmarks after video overview of Segway handling and Segway rentals allow self-guided exploration

$75 $39

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$69 for a Three-Hour Cheese-Making Class with Wine at FARMcurious ($125 Value)

FARMcurious

Oakland

Instructor covers how to make mozzarella, burrata, and chevre cheese while discussing the art of cheese-making and sampling wine

$125 $69

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The Sweet Spot Oakland: Red Light Special at Leo's on January 14 at 7 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

The Sweet Spot

Leo's

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Poets, burlesque performers, comics, and other artists explore sensuality in a high-energy performance devoted to “pop erotica”

$22.09 $11

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715 Fitness is an athletic training company. We like to think of every client as an athlete at heart and strongly believe that training that way brings out the heart and determination in all of us. Whether or not you are currently in a sport or are a retired athlete we want to bring you a vigorous workout.

292 4th St
Oakland,
CA
US

In the current landscape of big-box stores and chain restaurants, many fear the dissolution of the small business. The worry is understandable, as many of these local ventures are what give cities, towns, and neighborhoods their distinctive flavor. It doesn't help that, on average, only 13% of the money spent at corporately-owned emporiums actually finds its way back to the community. This means that 87% of the dollars spent find themselves in a faraway bank account with nothing but a distant memory of the newborn pennies they left behind at home. When people give local shops and restaurants their business, however, an average of 45% of their money goes toward keeping the area and its unique culture thriving.

Fueled by this understanding, the folks at Localize It! helm The Alameda Summer Stroll, an evening of neighborhood appreciation, art, and live music. During certain days throughout the season, participants meander along several streets of the bay-adjacent burg to peruse the goods from local operations and sample locally crafted food, beer, and wine. They can even participate in a wine tasting and food pairings, as well as take advantage of discounts at area restaurants, such as Pasta Pelican, Calafia Taqueria, and East Ocean Seafood Restaurant. Along the way, neighborhood crawlers can stop to take in the musical strains of Jim Parodi and Friends or admire masterpieces by local Alameda and Oakland artists.

484 Lake Park #488
Oakland,
CA
US

Children's Fairyland is located at in Oakland, CA and is a theme park dedicated to the joys and wonders of being a child. They have a 60-year history of delighting children of all ages. The original founder, businessman Arthur Navlet, wanted to create a storybook theme park that would feature everyone’s favorite stories from childhood. There are life-size replicas of many beloved fairy tales. Each week, they produce and host theatrical events such as the King Midas puppet show, The Three Billy Goats Gruff, Peter Rabbit and many others. They have 40 storybook sets on 10 acres complete with beautiful gardens, exciting kid’s rides and animals that the children can pet. Each year, they hold summer day camps where kids of all ages and can come and discover the joys of reading. They’re also given the opportunity to get involved in the performing arts program.

699 Bellevue Ave
Oakland,
CA
US

The 500-acre Joaquin Miller Park located at 3590 Sanborn Drive in the Oakland hills is a respite that showcases the beauty of nature. The park, operated by the city of Oakland, provides a panoramic view of the San Francisco Bay Area while groves of redwoods and oak woodlands can be found along trails frequented by joggers, hikers, and cyclists. The expansive Coast Redwoods that grow throughout the park are thought to be one of a limited number of Redwood forests to thrive in an urban setting. The park was named for Cincinnatus Heine Miller better known by his pen name, Joaquin Miller, a colorful American poet and frontiersman, known as the “Poet of the Sierras”. The park is open from dusk to dawn and dogs, on leash, are welcome.

3590 Sanborn Dr
Oakland,
CA
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Founded in 1863, the Mountain View Cemetery is a non-profit cemetery. They offer families and the entire community with funeral, cremation and celebratory services at their 223 acre site. This cemetery is beautifully surrounded by a panoramic view that features peaceful gardens and tranquil fountains. Their grounds are also home to historic facilities and architecture. They are trained and ready to assist you with every part of the funeral arrangements. Mountain View Cemetery has a professional and friendly team of skilled staff that will help you make wise choices regarding your loved one.

5000 Piedmont Ave
Oakland,
CA
US

A student of Brazilian jujitsu since 1998, Stephan Goyne took just 12 years to earn a black belt in the combat-oriented martial-arts style, winning six gold medals in various tournaments along the way. Today, he and Bay Jiu-Jitsu’s three other instructors share their skills with students of all ages and fitness levels. Each class begins with a workout that strengthens the body for jujitsu through wrestling-specific movements. Stephan then guides students through new moves before letting them spar against an opponent in a test of strategy similar to full-contact chess.

1628 Post Street
San Francisco,
CA
US

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