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October 2018

Capitol open Saturdays and Sundays 10-5pm

Where:
Benicia Capitol
115 West G Street
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Capitol State Historic Park
Telephone: 707-745-3385
Website »

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Exquisite Korean Ceramics Collection to be Presented at The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show   Booth No B8. at The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show October 11...

Cost: Contact gallery

Where:
Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center
, CA

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Bocce Ball Inspired Artwork at the Benicia Library Eleven artists working with the idea of spheres in motion will exhibit their work in the fun new exhibit “Bocce Balls and Other Human...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Benicia Public Library
Marilyn Citron O'Rourke Art Galley
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: (707) 746-4343
Contact Name: Helaine Bowles
Website »

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"Fischer-Hanlon House open for tours 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays 12-4pm by request"

Where:
Benicia Capitol
115 West G Street
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Capitol State Historic Park
Telephone: 707-745-3385
Website »

More information

The Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 1PM to 4PM (Holiday hours may vary). Located in the heart of the historic Benicia Arsenal...

Cost: $5 – Adults; $3 – Seniors & Students; $2 – Children; Military FREE

Where:
Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns
2060 Camel Road
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Historical Museum
Telephone: 707-745-5435
Contact Name: Maureen Williams
Website »

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Sunday, October 14, 2018@3pm Vallejo Symphony. Beethoven, Shostakovich, Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2. Marc Taddei, conductor, David Fung, pianist. Empress Theatre, Vallejo, $35-$65....

Cost: $35-$65

Where:
Empress Theatre
330 Virginia Street
Vallejo, CA  94590
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Sponsor: Vallejo Symphony Association
Telephone: (707) 643-4441
Contact Name: Tim
Website »

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As people stroll downtown during the month of October, they will be greeted by scarecrows fashioned by downtown businesses.  The public is invited to vote on their favories!

Cost: 0

Where:
First Street
Benicia, CA  94510


Telephone: 707-745-9791
Website »

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Computer aided language lab for beginner and intermediate adult ESL learners. Free! Meets on Monday mornings

Where:
Benicia Library
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: 707-746-4343
Website »

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Bocce Ball Inspired Artwork at the Benicia Library Eleven artists working with the idea of spheres in motion will exhibit their work in the fun new exhibit “Bocce Balls and Other Human...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Benicia Public Library
Marilyn Citron O'Rourke Art Galley
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: (707) 746-4343
Contact Name: Helaine Bowles
Website »

More information

As people stroll downtown during the month of October, they will be greeted by scarecrows fashioned by downtown businesses.  The public is invited to vote on their favories!

Cost: 0

Where:
First Street
Benicia, CA  94510


Telephone: 707-745-9791
Website »

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"Build, strengthen and practice English language skills, make new friends - Free! Meet on Tuesday & Wednesday mornings"

Where:
Benicia Library
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: 707-746-4343
Website »

More information

Bocce Ball Inspired Artwork at the Benicia Library Eleven artists working with the idea of spheres in motion will exhibit their work in the fun new exhibit “Bocce Balls and Other Human...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Benicia Public Library
Marilyn Citron O'Rourke Art Galley
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: (707) 746-4343
Contact Name: Helaine Bowles
Website »

More information

Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-2:30pm Edna Cline Room

Where:
Benicia Library
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: 707-746-4343
Website »

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Witch Child by Celia Rees

Where:
Library Edna Clyne Room
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: 707-746-4343
Website »

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As people stroll downtown during the month of October, they will be greeted by scarecrows fashioned by downtown businesses.  The public is invited to vote on their favories!

Cost: 0

Where:
First Street
Benicia, CA  94510


Telephone: 707-745-9791
Website »

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"Build, strengthen and practice English language skills, make new friends - Free! Meet on Tuesday & Wednesday mornings"

Where:
Benicia Library
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: 707-746-4343
Website »

More information

Bocce Ball Inspired Artwork at the Benicia Library Eleven artists working with the idea of spheres in motion will exhibit their work in the fun new exhibit “Bocce Balls and Other Human...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Benicia Public Library
Marilyn Citron O'Rourke Art Galley
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: (707) 746-4343
Contact Name: Helaine Bowles
Website »

More information

The Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 1PM to 4PM (Holiday hours may vary). Located in the heart of the historic Benicia Arsenal...

Cost: $5 – Adults; $3 – Seniors & Students; $2 – Children; Military FREE

Where:
Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns
2060 Camel Road
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Historical Museum
Telephone: 707-745-5435
Contact Name: Maureen Williams
Website »

More information

Meets the third Wednesday of each month

Where:
Library Dona Benicia Room
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: 707-746-4343
Website »

More information

As people stroll downtown during the month of October, they will be greeted by scarecrows fashioned by downtown businesses.  The public is invited to vote on their favories!

Cost: 0

Where:
First Street
Benicia, CA  94510


Telephone: 707-745-9791
Website »

More information

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Bocce Ball Inspired Artwork at the Benicia Library Eleven artists working with the idea of spheres in motion will exhibit their work in the fun new exhibit “Bocce Balls and Other Human...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Benicia Public Library
Marilyn Citron O'Rourke Art Galley
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: (707) 746-4343
Contact Name: Helaine Bowles
Website »

More information

State Capitol open Thursdays 12-4pm

Where:
Benicia Capitol
115 West G Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Capitol State Historic Park
Telephone: 707-745-3385
Website »

More information

Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-2:30pm Edna Cline Room

Where:
Benicia Library
150 East L Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Public Library
Telephone: 707-746-4343
Website »

More information

The Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 1PM to 4PM (Holiday hours may vary). Located in the heart of the historic Benicia Arsenal...

Cost: $5 – Adults; $3 – Seniors & Students; $2 – Children; Military FREE

Where:
Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns
2060 Camel Road
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Historical Museum
Telephone: 707-745-5435
Contact Name: Maureen Williams
Website »

More information

Benicia Main Street draws many people to its popular Farmers Market.  The Market offers fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods,  gourmet food, delicious hot foods, arts and crafts ,...

Cost: Free

Where:
First Street
Benicia, CA  94510


Sponsor: Benicia Main Street
Telephone: 707-745-9791
Contact Name: Deborah Housman
Website »

More information

"Autumn Lights Festival features fabulous illuminated art by local artists, fire dancers, larger-than-life art installations, live music, interactive arts, and a food court in the beautiful gardens...

Where:
The Gardens at Lake Merritt
666 Bellevue Avenue
Oakland, CA
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Sponsor: Autumn Lights Festival
Website »

More information

As people stroll downtown during the month of October, they will be greeted by scarecrows fashioned by downtown businesses.  The public is invited to vote on their favories!

Cost: 0

Where:
First Street
Benicia, CA  94510


Telephone: 707-745-9791
Website »

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"Solano Land Trust's staff scientist, Sue Wickham, leads you on this outdoor volunteer opportunity"

Where:
Various locations
Location varies each month
, CA  94585
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Sponsor: Solano Land and Trust
Telephone: 707-432-0150
Website »

More information

"State Capitol open Fridays, 10-5pm"

Where:
Benicia Capitol
115 West G Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Capitol State Historic Park
Telephone: 707-745-3385
Website »

More information

“WAKE UP TO YOUR HISTORY!” Come to the Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns on Friday, October 19 at 10 AM for coffee & donuts and a presentation on the history...

Cost: Free

Where:
Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns
2060 Camel Road
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Historical Museum
Telephone: 707-745-5435
Contact Name: Maureen Williams
Website »

More information

The Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 1PM to 4PM (Holiday hours may vary). Located in the heart of the historic Benicia Arsenal...

Cost: $5 – Adults; $3 – Seniors & Students; $2 – Children; Military FREE

Where:
Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns
2060 Camel Road
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Historical Museum
Telephone: 707-745-5435
Contact Name: Maureen Williams
Website »

More information

The normally mild-mannered Southern Pacific Railroad Depot has been mysteriously tranformed into a frightful depository of ghosts, goblins and spirits luring you inside for a scare.

Cost: $3 adults/ $2 Children 5 and under.

Where:
Benicia Main Street
90 First Street
, CA  94510
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Sponsor: Benicia Main Street
Telephone: 707-745-9791
Contact Name: Deborah Housman
Website »

More information

The normally mild-mannered Southern Pacific Railroad Depot has been mysteriously tranformed into a frightful depository of ghosts, goblins and spirits luring you inside for a scare.

Cost: $3 adults/ $2 Children 5 and under.

Where:
Benicia Main Street
90 First Street
, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Main Street
Telephone: 707-745-9791
Contact Name: Deborah Housman
Website »

More information

"Autumn Lights Festival features fabulous illuminated art by local artists, fire dancers, larger-than-life art installations, live music, interactive arts, and a food court in the beautiful gardens...

Where:
The Gardens at Lake Merritt
666 Bellevue Avenue
Oakland, CA
View map »


Sponsor: Autumn Lights Festival
Website »

More information

As people stroll downtown during the month of October, they will be greeted by scarecrows fashioned by downtown businesses.  The public is invited to vote on their favories!

Cost: 0

Where:
First Street
Benicia, CA  94510


Telephone: 707-745-9791
Website »

More information

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A series of fun and free activities designed for familiesÑall ages and mobility levels are welcome!

Where:
Rush Ranch
3521 Grizzly Island Road
Suisun City, CA  94585
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Sponsor: Solano Land and Trust
Telephone: 707-432-0150
Website »

More information

Capitol open Saturdays and Sundays 10-5pm

Where:
Benicia Capitol
115 West G Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Capitol State Historic Park
Telephone: 707-745-3385
Website »

More information

I Dig Benicia! An Official California Archaeology Month Event, October 2018 Sponsored by the Benicia Historical Museum, Benicia Historical Society, and Archaeological Research Facility at UC...

Cost: Free

Where:
Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns
2060 Camel Road
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Historical Museum, Benicia Historical Society, and the Archaeological Research Facility at UC Berkeley
Telephone: 707-745-5435
Contact Name: Maureen Williams
Website »

More information

The normally mild-mannered Southern Pacific Railroad Depot has been mysteriously transformed into a frightful depository of ghosts, goblins and spirits luring you inside for a scare.

Cost: $3 for adults/ $2 for children 5 and under.

Where:
Benicia Main Street
90 First Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Main Street
Telephone: 707-745-9791
Contact Name: Deborah Housman

More information

The normally mild-mannered Southern Pacific Railroad Depot has been mysteriously transformed into a frightful depository of ghosts, goblins and spirits luring you inside for a scare.

Cost: $3 for adults/ $2 for children 5 and under.

Where:
Benicia Main Street
90 First Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Main Street
Telephone: 707-745-9791
Contact Name: Deborah Housman
Website »

More information

The Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 1PM to 4PM (Holiday hours may vary). Located in the heart of the historic Benicia Arsenal...

Cost: $5 – Adults; $3 – Seniors & Students; $2 – Children; Military FREE

Where:
Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns
2060 Camel Road
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Historical Museum
Telephone: 707-745-5435
Contact Name: Maureen Williams
Website »

More information

"Fischer-Hanlon House open for tours 1st Sundays & 3rd Saturdays at 1, 2, & 3pm"

Where:
Benicia Capitol
115 West G Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Capitol State Historic Park
Telephone: 707-745-3385
Website »

More information

"Fischer-Hanlon House open for tours 1st Sundays & 3rd Saturdays at 1, 2, & 3pm"

Where:
Benicia Capitol
115 West G Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Capitol State Historic Park
Telephone: 707-745-3385
Website »

More information

"Fischer-Hanlon House open for tours 1st Sundays & 3rd Saturdays at 1, 2, & 3pm"

Where:
Benicia Capitol
115 West G Street
Benicia, CA  94510
View map »


Sponsor: Benicia Capitol State Historic Park
Telephone: 707-745-3385
Website »

More information

"Autumn Lights Festival features fabulous illuminated art by local artists, fire dancers, larger-than-life art installations, live music, interactive arts, and a food court in the beautiful gardens...

Where:
The Gardens at Lake Merritt
666 Bellevue Avenue
Oakland, CA
View map »


Sponsor: Autumn Lights Festival
Website »

More information

As people stroll downtown during the month of October, they will be greeted by scarecrows fashioned by downtown businesses.  The public is invited to vote on their favories!

Cost: 0

Where:
First Street
Benicia, CA  94510


Telephone: 707-745-9791
Website »

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