.
Search Results
Berkeley LDS Institute of Religion
2368 le Conte Ave, Berkeley, CA 94709
The Berkeley LDS Institute of Religion is the center for Mormon students at UC Berkeley. They have religion and historyMore classes as well as social activities. For a full list of events, activities, and how to get involved, give them a call or refer to their website.
Flex-Power
823 Gilman St, Berkeley, CA 94710
Flex-Power is the maker of healthcare products. Its brand product is FlexPower Daily Pain Relief Cream. It is used forMore aches and pains that may result from strenuous workouts and activities. It is a product that is used before and after activity. The product may be purchased online or at retail locations such as The Vitamin Shoppe and The Sports Authority.
Sunday Streets Berkeley
1442a Walnut St # 202, Berkeley, CA 94709
Sunday Streets Berkeley is an organization that uses public space to inspire creativity and change. It closesMore streets to automobile traffic for a day and people use the space for physical and social activities, including Pedal Power Music, carnival games, face painting, chess,  jazz piano, live music, science activities, belly dancing and free yoga.
Chabad of the East Bay
2643 College Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
Chabad of the East Bay has religious activities for Jewish people of all levels of observance. It celebrates all JewishMore holidays and rites; it also holds classes, including a crash course in learning Hebrew. The institution is associated with Mikvah Taharas Israel. Refer to its website for a full list of activities.
Berkeley Youth Alternative
1255 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94702
The Berkeley Youth Alternative has been serving the community since 1971. This community-based organization offersMore programs and activities for children, youth and their families, promoting healthy living, education and crisis prevention. There is an after-school center for students and a teen center for at-risk youth. Berkeley Youth Alternative provides career development, sports and fitness activities, counseling and more.  
Fusion
2140 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
The mission of this software company is to coordinate small businesses with a single platform for managing day-to-dayMore activities. The system's real-time environment allows for collaboration between employees, customers and suppliers.
Bright Morning Star Daycare
2530 Mathews St, Berkeley, CA 94702
This child care center provides daycare for infants and preschoolers. Activities include art, music, drama and games.More The business is owned and operated by Tanya Comminey.
Alpha Chi Omega
2313 Warring St, Berkeley, CA 94704
Alpha Chi Omega is a sorority organization affiliated with the University of California, Berkeley. There are currentlyMore 130 active collegiate chapters in the United States. Its purpose is to foster the intellectual, social, moral and cultural advancement of its members. Alpha Chi Omega participates in a variety of different service and community-based activities ranging from service projects that raise and donate funds to organizations helping domestic violence survivors to varsity athletics.
Gay Austin School
1611 Hopkins St, Berkeley, CA 94707
Gay Austin School offers a play-based program for children between 2 and 4 years old. A school day will generallyMore include lots of free play, as well as outdoor activities, nap time, snacks and storytelling. Parents may also visit the classes if they like and take part in the different school activities. Please note that admission is on a first-come, first-served basis, so make sure to have your applications in as early as possible.
The Mulberry School
207 Alvarado Rd, Berkeley, CA 94705
The Mulberry School is a preschool for boys and girls. A typical school day includes art activities, science projects,More circle time and reading activities. It also has lots of outdoor play time, as well as a nutritious snack and nap for students. In addition, it has weekly music, dance, French, and Spanish classes at the preschool. Please note that it charges $2 a minute if you are late picking up your child.
Live Oak Community Center
1301 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94709
The Live Oak Community Center is a multipurpose facility that can be reserved and rented by community members for aMore variety of functions. The center includes a social hall that can accommodate up to 200 people, several community rooms for meetings, classes and events of varying size, a kitchen and a fireside room with a hearth. Outside, two children’s playgrounds, a soccer field, and tennis, volleyball and basketball courts provide a field of play for youth of all ages. After-school programs and summer programs are also available here. For a current guide to activities, visit the Web site or stop by in person to pick up an Activity Guide.
West Berkeley Senior Center
1900 6th St, Berkeley, CA 94710
One of three city-run senior centers, the West Berkeley Senior Center offers workshops, classes and group activities forMore seniors. Hot lunches are served daily at the center, where seniors can also gather for conversation or to take classes in a wide array of subjects, from yoga to ceramics to Russian. Other activities include movie nights, grocery shopping trips, health screenings and financial “checkups.” The senior centers also organize excursions to museums, concerts, casinos and other destinations. For up-to-date information, visit a senior center to pick up a copy of the Tri-Center Nugget or visit this link.
Wilderness Travel
1102 9th St, Berkeley, CA 94710
 One trip to Wilderness Travel's website and you'll be checking with HR to see how much vacation time you have. TheMore volume and types of vacations that this travel company plans worldwide is staggering. It can even book a balloon ride over Victoria Falls. Each skill level, activity level and type of activity is covered, and the company makes sure customers are connected to the local environment and people along the way while still remaining very comfortable. Check its website or get a catalog to see what trips are available for private groups.
South Berkeley Senior Center
2939 Ellis St, Berkeley, CA 94703
One of three city-run senior centers, the South Berkeley Senior Center offers workshops, classes and group activitiesMore for seniors aged 60 and up. Hot lunches are served daily at the center, where seniors can also gather for conversation or to take classes in a wide array of subjects, from yoga to ceramics to Russian. Other center activities include movie nights, grocery shopping trips, health screenings and financial “check-ups.” The senior centers also organize excursions to museums, concerts, casinos and other destinations. For up-to-date information, visit a senior center to pick up a copy of the Tri-Center Nugget or visit this link.