Musically Minded Academy is a non-profit music school and community arts center located in Rockridge, CA.
Our core mission is to provide high quality music education, to host concerts and other arts-related education programs, and to act as a haven for musicians and music lovers in the greater East Bay Area.
Operating for more than a decade, Piedmont Avenue Pumpkin Patch both hosts Halloween outings and brings autumnal revelry to you. The expansive pumpkin patch and halloween store sell 15 types of pumpkins, as well as fall essentials such as gourds, masks, spider webs, and multicolored Indian corn. A harrowing haunted house tests visitors’ adrenal glands with dark corners, spooky sounds, and a befuddling maze. In addition to supplying frights, the staff also constructs pumpkin patches off site, redecorating homes and offices with pumpkins, straw bales, and house-trained scarecrows.
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.
The Busy Bus provides 40-foot metro buses that have been converted into mobile playpens for kids and adults alike. The portable party behemoths need only space to park and access to a power supply in order to transform into a venue for any rectangular event. For parties, tween festivities, and hip séances, the Park & Play Video Game bus comes bearing Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and Wii gaming consoles. Party-goers can lounge on the bus’s custom benches and oversize beanbags while claiming their status in the party-animal herd through competitions in Rock Band 3, Mario Kart, Halo Reach, and other on-screen entertainments. Children up to the age of 7 can congregate on the Tumble Bus for all-weather active play on a trampoline, climbing wall, foam gymnastics pads and wedges, and in a ball pit.
Inside this newly opened salon, a red wall provides an eye-catching backdrop to a host of Paul Mitchell shampoos, styling gels, and color formulas. Stylists pull from this cache when performing precision cuts or color treatments. In addition to creating new hairstyles, the team readies clients for special nights out with formal updos and makeup applications.
The Pacific Film Archive is the Berkeley Art Museum’s venue for all things filmic, cinematic, and animatic, offering screenings, collections, and events and seminars that explore the rich world of motion pictures. An individual membership to the archive comes with a reel's worth of celluloidal benefits, including free admission to the PFA gallery, discounts on tickets to film screenings, and free artist discussions and lectures. With reciprocal membership privileges at more than 30 university art museums, you can become a fixture in the film world, which, unlike the spontaneous-rock-hurling world, is a vibrant, supportive community.