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Recreation Division
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  Special Events

All special events have been canceled.

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Game of Skate | All Ages 
| Free

Saturday, April 11 | 12pm-6pm | Skate Park, 5th and Harrison Street

The rules are simple. One player sets a trick and if landed, the next player attempts the trick. If landed, the next player attempts the trick. If the trick is not landed, that player gets an “S.” Once you get “SKATE” you’re out. Prizes and giveaways will be handed out to top skaters.

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EggHunt
Egg Dyeing and Water Games | Ages 3-12 | Youth/Senior/Disable: $5 Adults: $7

Sunday April 19 | 12pm-1:30
pm | King Pool, 1700 Hopkins Street

Enjoy games and egg dyeing on the pool deck and a water egg hunt in the shallow section of the pool. For more information, call (510) 981-5105 Register online or at the Recreation Customer Service Hub.

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Skateboard Contest| Ages 5+ 
| $5 per Skater

Saturday, April 25 | 12pm-6pm | Skate Park, 5th and Harrison Street

Join the Skate Park Staff for a skateboard contest! Event will include a bowl contest, best trick on the manual pad and a full park contest with prizes, giveaway and music!

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