Things To Do In Emeryville


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  • KGB Kiteboarding
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: KGB Kiteboarding facet_type_id: 89314e50-5f38-1032-bbf8-80d0ce5058f3 html_text: |- An International Kiteboarding Organization affiliate center, KGB Kiteboarding hosts a staff of enthusiastic, experienced instructors that teaches small-group and private lessons in kiteboarding, snowkiting, and powerkiting. At training sites ranging from beaches around the bay to the Lake Tahoe and Mammoth Mountain areas, instructors show students how to safely harness the wind for an adrenaline-pumping thrill. To facilitate smooth transitions into training, the staff maintains an online compendium of FAQ and safety tips. KGB also encompasses a shop stocked with gear from brands such as Litewave, plus the company’s own line of eco-friendly products that protects equipment from sun, sand, and saltwater. In-house technicians are on hand in the repair center to mend worn gear.
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    3310 Powell St
    Emeryville, CA US
  • Art Social San Francisco
    During three-hour classes at Art Social, instructors strive to foster an environment as lively as the paintings that inspire them. At various restaurants, wine bars, or galleries across the Bay Area, students begin the evening chatting with classmates against the backdrop of soft music and clinking wine glasses. Once students have settled into their personal painting stations, instructors delve into history, context, and scratch 'n' sniff features of the evening's chosen painting, which has included works such as Gustav Klimt's The Kiss or Van Gogh's Starry Night. Step-by-step instruction ensures students of all levels take home a personal masterpiece, whether it is a replica of the painting being taught or the bowls of fruit that haunt the student's mind.
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    1535 Brunswig Lane
    Emeryville, CA US
  • Conectando Latinos Social Club
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Conectando Latinos Social Club facet_type_id: 7d05cec0-5f39-1032-8ade-e2c97b87e728 html_text: Conectando Latinos Social Club organizes events in the Bay Area to celebrate and bring awareness to Latino culture. Their events are open to professionals age 25 and up and cultivate a social atmosphere with organized ice breakers for singles, couples, and frozen explorers recently returned from the Arctic. Some of their affairs include courses on preparing Latin cuisine, which are usually supplemented by traditional cocktails and group dining. Dance classes celebrate heritage with movement, and weekend getaways via international cruises give members a firsthand glance at the lands where these traditions were born.
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    3310 Powell Street
    Emeryville, CA US
  • Reno Tahoe Ski Trips
    SkiMela.com facilitates skiing and snowboarding trips to seven of the areas best ski resorts, including Heavenly and Sugar Bowl. Charter buses pick up outdoor adventurers at six locations along San Francisco – East Bay and Silicon Valley – South Bay routes between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m., ensuring guests get a full day’s worth of recreation and snowman heckling. The trips, held in January, February, and March, include breakfast and a movie, and SkiMela.com schedules around 60 trips per season.
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    3839 Emery St.
    Emeryville, CA US
  • Kodak Gallery
    If you're feeling artsy, head on over to Emeryville's Kodak Gallery for a beautiful day inside. Don't worry about packing a snack. This museum has a great restaurant so you can keep the fun going. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1480 64th St
    Emeryville, CA US
  • Play With Clay
    Under the tutelage of expert instructors, each three-hour Play With Clay class yields at least three finished pots of your very own making, if not more. After exploring the ancient art of ceramics during the session, students of all ages and skill levels return to the studio, anywhere from two weeks to four months later, to fire and glaze their creations. Multiple classes, each capped at six pupils, unfold six days a week, resulting in pottery that ranges in size from 8 inches to well beyond 12. Experienced potters are also welcome to join the studio, where they'll find 24-hour access to 10 electric pottery wheels, plus books detailing the subtle differences between actual potters and Harry Potter.
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    5512 San Pablo Avenue
    Emeryville, CA US

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