We are so excited for our 2019 Film Fest! We know you will love our suite of short films showcasing our values: Fostering Stewardship, Building Community, and Demanding Justice. We can’t wait to celebrate the power of grassroots activism with films, food, fun, and YOU on Thursday, September 26th!
No need to print your tickets, we are going paperless and will be checking everyone in electronically. There will be tickets available at the door for purchase, so invite your co-workers, friends, and family to join us!
Please bring your ID with you. We will be checking for IDs at the door!
We have an exciting selection of Silent Auction packages, including concerts, sports games, staycations, and local art! Plus, we have some great raffle prizes you could win! Please bring some form of payment; we take cash, check, and credit/debit card.
Directions and Parking Info:
The venue, the First Unitarian Church of Oakland, is approximately 4 blocks west of the 12th Street Oakland City Center BART station, between Martin Luther King, Jr. Way and Castro St.
From Berkeley, Richmond and points North, or West:
Take the 580 freeway to the 980 freeway toward downtown Oakland. Take the 18th/14th Street off-ramp onto Brush St. Turn left on 14th and cross over the freeway. The church is on your right (first building after crossing the freeway).
From Contra Costa County and points East:
Take the 24 freeway westbound, which becomes the 980 freeway near downtown Oakland. Take the 18th/14th Street off-ramp onto Brush St. Turn left on 14th and cross over the freeway. The church is on your right (first building after crossing the freeway).
From Hayward and points South:
Take the 880 freeway north to the 980 freeway. Exit at 11th/14th Street. Merge right and go three blocks to 14th Street. Make a right on 14th Street. The church is on the corner.
Parking is usually available on Castro St., some on 14th St., and around the corner on Martin Luther King, Jr. Way. You can also park at the Clay St. garage at 14th & Clay. The entrance is on Clay.
Accessible Parking: There is one curb-side parking space designated for handicap use in front of the church and one on Castro St. just North of the light at 14th St. The church also has an agreement with Valva Realty (directly across the street) that allows people with mobility issues to park in their lot on Sundays and evenings.