With Epiphany Productions,
Rhythmix Cultural Works presents

Island City Waterways

 A free public art event along Alameda’s historic Waterfront Trail

Celebrate the birth of the Island City of Alameda, California, with a free public art event open to all ages. Audiences will be taken on a guided journey to four sites along the water’s edge — between the Fruitvale and the Park Street bridges — to experience art, dance, music and tales connecting them to Alameda’s rich maritime past.


Public Tours

Friday, May 20

Tours reserved for Alameda Unified middle school students.

Saturday, May 21 & Sunday, May 22

10:30 am–12 pm
12:30 pm–2 pm
2:30 pm–4 pm

This event is free and open to the public. Advance reservations are now full. Remaining slots will be held for walk-ups on the day of the events. Tours will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please arrive at least 30 minutes early to park and check in. Walking, biking and public transportation are strongly encouraged. Bicycle valets will be available, and volunteers will be on site to guide visitors to parking and registration.

Each tour covers a half-mile walking route. All outdoor pathways and indoor sites are ADA-compliant. Public restrooms and a water station will be available. Please, no pets (registered service animals only).

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Waves of Origin

A free event featuring video selection of stories with a live musical performance by Maze Daiko. 
Alameda Free Library
Sunday, August 7, 2 pm

Waves of Migration

A History Talk by the Alameda Sun’s Dennis Evanosky & Eric J. Kos
Rhythmix Cultural Works
Thursday, June 16, 7 pm

Waves of Inspiration

An Art Exhibition Featuring Work by Ginny Parsons, Pons Maar & Marc Ribaud
K Gallery at Rhythmix Cultural Works
May 6–June 29

Waves of Movement

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Buena Vista United Methodist Church
Sunday, March 13, 1 pm