Livable Berkeley: Fundraiser for Berkeley Sunday Streets

From Livable Berkeley:

Fundraiser for Berkeley Sunday Streets

Donkey & Goat Winery
Berkeley, CA

This fall, we’re planning to close the Downtown to cars on a Sunday, turning the Downtown into a paved park where people can bike, walk, jog and dance, meet up with friends and play in the street.

We’ll need your help to make Sunday Streets a reality… all you need to do is come to a party hosted by Donkey & Goat Winery with Trumer Brauerei.

TICKETS are $10 or FREE when you join Livable Berkeley. JOIN NOW and get free drink tickets!

The GO STREATERY food truck will be at the party!

We are so excited to have LIVE MUSIC by the DON’T LOOK BACK STRING BAND!

Plus, we’ll have fun ACTIVITIES for KIDS and great RAFFLE PRIZES!

BUY YOUR TICKETS EARLY to be entered in our raffle… stay tuned for details!


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