Oakland’s Brand New 2021 “Town Nights” Parks Festival
On Monday, November 22, Oakland’s Department of Violence Prevention is kicking off the 2021 Town Nights events at eight locations across the city of Oakland. According to the flyer there will be free food, games, sports, entertainment and more.
Town Nights events aim to change community norms around violence through community engagement, intervention and celebration. We hope you can join us at a location near you.
- Monday, November 22, 2021
- Friday, December 3, 2021
- Friday, December 10, 2021
- Friday, December 17, 2021
Time / Locations
–1 pm to 10 pm
Acorn Learning Center, 1143 10th St., Oakland – WEST OAKLAND
West Oakland Youth Center, 3233 Market St., Oakland – WEST OAKLAND
–4:30 pm to 10 pm
San Antonio Park, 1701 E 19th St., Oakland – CENTRAL OAKLAND
–6 pm to 10 pm
Josie De La Cruz Park, 1637 Fruitvale Ave., Oakland – CENTRAL OAKLAND
Arroyo Viejo Park, 7701 Krause Ave., Oakland (Ends At 9pm) – EAST OAKLAND
Roots Health Center, 7272 Macarthur Blvd., Oakland – EAST OAKLAND
Castlemont High School, 8601 Macarthur Blvd. Bldg. 300, Oakland – EAST OAKLAND
Elmhurst Park, 9700 C St., Oakland – EAST OAKLAND
All events are free and open to community members of all ages. Events include free food, games, sports, entertainment, and more! For questions and more information regarding a specific location, please contact the agency directly.
Starting tonight, our Dept of Violence Prevention is hosting a series of Town Nights across the City made possible by community-led and community serving organizations. Each one is an opportunity to come together, socialize, and to make our streets safer. #Victory4Oakland pic.twitter.com/8wncA2wJKG
— Allyssa Victory (@Victory4Oakland) November 22, 2021
In Partnership with the City of Oakland’s Department of Violence Prevention, Black Cultural Zone is hosting our first event in the Town Nights event series, at Arroyo Viejo! Join us for a meal, games and giveaways and learn more about our East Oakland Filmmaker Cohort! pic.twitter.com/WWq2uMa120
— Black Cultural Zone (@EastOaklandBCZ) November 16, 2021