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Environmental Endeavors Friends of San Leandro Creek This is a group of individuals, students, families, and businesses dedicated to improving understanding and awareness of the San Leandro Creek Watershed. Meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome. Come and listen to guest speakers, meet your neighbors, discuss creek and environmental issues, and have a great time! To become a member, call 577-6069 or visit: Meetings • June 12 and August 14 • 7:00pm (unless otherwise noted)

San Leandro Main Library, 300 Estudillo Ave.

Creek Clean-up Saturday, July 14 & September 22 9:00am - 12:00pm Root Park, E. 14th and Hays Streets Everyone is invited to take part in our creek cleanup events. We recommend that you wear long pants and sleeves, sturdy shoes and bring gardening gloves. We will be removing non-native invasive plants as well as cleaning debris from the creek. For more information or to download registration forms, visit or call 577-6069. Participants under 18 years of age are required to provide the signature of a parent or guardian on this registration form. Children under 14 years of age are welcome at creek cleanups, but must be accompanied by an adult. Plastic gloves, drinks and snacks are provided.

Performing Arts san leandro players p resen ts:

“Earth vs. Altair, Queen of Outer Space; Episode III” written and directed by Daniel Dickinson – Performances – July 14 - August 12 Saturdays • 8:00pm • Sunday matinees • 2:00pm San Leandro Museum Auditorium • 320 West Estudillo (next to the historic Casa Peralta)

$20 • general / $15 • seniors, under 12, military & students (with ID) Earth has been invaded by the nefarious Queen Altair. Unfortunately, for her, Earth’s atmosphere has drained her powers! This hilarious, mind-boggling world-premiere concludes the Altair Trilogy. Call 895-2573 or order tickets online at

Curtain Call Performing Arts is the proud new resident theatre company at the new San Leandro Arts Education Center (AEC), on the San Leandro High School Campus! Join us for two performances this Summer:

Pop Rocks Youth Musical Theatre Ensemble (Inspired by the Hit TV show Glee!)

June 8 - June 10

Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella

Marina Coastal Cleanup Saturday, September 15 8:00am - 12:00pm San Leandro staff will be stationed at two locations: Monarch Bay Drive Bridge (at the end of Marina Park) and at the Heron Bay entrance to the Shoreline trail at the end of Lewelling Blvd. The Heron Bay entrance is a drop-off only site. The City has been notified by the Heron Bay HOA that vehicles parked in the area will be towed. Recyclable bags, trash bags, gloves, and water will be provided. For more information, call 577-3490. By request, students from the local high schools working on community service time will receive a certificate of service for the event.

Bring Your Own Bag Each year the United States consumes 30 billion plastic grocery bags, requiring 12 million barrels of oil. The City of San Leandro encourages you to: REDUCE waste by using your own bags every time you shop. REUSE paper and plastic bags as many times as you can. RECYCLE your plastic bags at your local grocery store. Go to for tips and information on using reusable shopping bags and reducing your plastic bag waste.


July 20 - July 29 For tickets, more Info, to volunteer, or donate, visit or call 909.9516.

california conservatory theatre presents:

“Red, White and Tuna” by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears & Ed Howard

April 13 - May 6 This is the third play of the“Greater Tuna”series. The show takes place in Tuna Texas, the third smallest town in Texas, where the Lion’s Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies.

“Sylvia” by A.R. Gurney

June 1 - June 24 “Sylvia”is a heart-warming comedy about a dog, the couple that adopts her and the drama that follows. Tickets: $25 general / $22 seniors & students San Leandro Professional Theatre • 999 E. 14th Street (Send mail to: P.O.Box 894, San Leandro, CA 94577)

For more information: Box Office - 632-8850 or

Summer 2012 Guide  

Activities Guide

Summer 2012 Guide  

Activities Guide