This Week’s Happenings in the Park Street District: Calendar, August 22-28
Tot Tank is celebrating their 2nd anniversary, August 26-28. They’re ringing in the new year with giveways, raffles, and vendor representatives. Tot Tank is an infant gear and juvenile products specialty store. They carry “Baby Bargins,” A-rated goods, in addition to all a parents “must-have’s.” You can go to their Facebook page to see some of the items that will be raffled off this weekend:
PSBA congratulates The Law Offices of James T. Kennedy on 30 years in the Park Street Business District! Jim Kennedy established his law office in 1981, specializing in Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Disability Planning. Throughout the years Jim has been very involved in the Alameda community. Jim was our PSBA president for two years in the mid-1980’s. He is also a past president of Alameda Rotary Club, Past Exalted Ruler of the Alameda Elks Lodge, past president of the Alameda Boys and Girls Club Board, and has been active in several other organizations. Jim is married to Evelyn Kennedy who also has been active in PSBA for many years. You can learn more about Jim’s practice by visiting www.alamedaelderlaw.com.
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Applications for Classic Car Show Now Available
The 18th Annual Park Street Classic Car Show takes place this year on Saturday, October 8. Classic cars of every description will line Park Street in Alameda’s historic downtown district between Encinal Avenue and Buena Vista Avenue. Most of the cars come from those magical decades of the ’50s and the ’60s. But there will also be plenty of classic roadsters and coupes from the ’20s, ’30s, and ’40s. If you would like to display your classic vehicle on Park Street, visit www.ShopParkStreet.com/carshow to download an application. Vehicles must be from 1979 or older.
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