The fourth annual El Cerrito Hillside Festival from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 21 will have "events throughout the 100-acre Hillside Natural Area: Hikes, nature walks, events for kids and families,
EL CERRITO — The Eagles Hall at Carlson and Central — once known as the Wagon Wheel, one of the more storied venues in El Cerrito and featuring a full bar — is hosting a comedy show on April 28 and the public is invited. Here’s the flier for the event:
The front page of the Richmond Independent announces the death of
President Franklin Roosevelt. Courtesy Richmond Museum of History.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt,
From the Richmond Independent we present this photo of the winners of the annual Easter Egg Hunt in El Cerrito in 1945.
Our thanks to the Richmond Museum of History for access
At the March 9 centennial talk on El Cerrito's history of gambling and vice -- held at the former Wagon Wheel gambling house and nightclub -- a woman brought in the
The historic Rodini house on Elm Street in El Cerrito.
The El Cerrito Historical Society and the El Cerrito Trail Trekkers will host “Architecture in the Flatlands,” a free walking tour of historical homes in El Cerrito, from 1 to 3 p.m. March 18.
“Let’s walk past and perhaps visit some of the more interesting historical homes in the city’s flatlands ranging from the early 20th through the mid 20th century.”
Meet by the historic Rodini house at 1715 Elm St. for the tour led by Dave Weinstein.
Korematsu Middle School, 7125 Donal Ave. in El Cerrito, is holding a special tour of the new campus from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. March 15 as part of events celebrating the city's centennial.
Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dabney Coleman star in the 1980 comedy "9 to 5," the next Cerrito Classic, showing at 9:30 p.m. March 9 at the Rialto Cinemas Cerrito.
For Presidents Day we offer these images from the Berkeley Daily Gazette of a visit to the city and UC Berkeley by Harry Truman, who delivered the commencement speech at Memorial Stadium in 1948.
This is how El Cerrito looked at its entrance from the county line at Albany in 1954, when the city's nightclubs were in their waning years. The Club Kona marquee is visible