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This weekend in Oakland

on November 12, 2010

Weekend Events Calendar:

Saturday, 11/13, 9 a.m.: “A Caregivers Town Hall,” A support, education and resource fair. (Jack London Aquatic Center, 115 Embarcadero, Oakland)

Saturday, 11/13, 11 a.m.: Phat Beets Produce Food N’ Justice Workshop Series. Beginning with a tenants’ rights seminar, the five-workshop series will run through December 11. (North Oakland Arlington Medical Center, 5715 Market Street, Oakland)

Saturday, 11/13, 1 p.m.: Ten-year anniversary celebration of the San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center, including speakers, panels and workshops focusing on independent media’s role in social and environmental justice movements. (Continental Club, 1658 W. 12th Street, Oakland)

Saturday, 11/13, 5 p.m.: Opening reception for exhibition of artist Jennie Ottinger, titled “Due By.” Exhibition will run through January 8. (Johansson Projects, 2300 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland)

Saturday, 11/13, 5 p.m.: The Chabot Space & Science Center will host “Gala Benefit for Planet Earth” to celebrate Bill Nye’s climate lab exhibition, featuring special guest Bill Nye the Climate Guy. (Chabot Space & Science Center, 10000 Skyline Boulevard, Oakland)

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