Don't Miss the Redwood Heights Association's Annual Meeting
Join Oakland friends and neighbors for Redwood Heights Association’s Annual Meeting this Thursday, November 4th. Learn about exciting developments happening in The Town. Coming to you virtually (but not from space).
Featured guests are Sheng Thao, Oakland’s District 4 Councilmember & City Council president Pro Tempore, and Sara Stone, VP of Teaching and Learning at Chabot Space & Science Center.
Councilmember Thao will update you on the State of the City, discuss topics you care about, including neighborhood issues and capital improvements projects, such as the Cascades at Joaquin Miller Park. Plus, she will talk about the many fun volunteer opportunities for events happening during the holidays.
There are many exciting things happening at the Chabot Space & Science Center. First, it reopens on November 12th. Second, they are partnering with NASA! Together they are launching the Center’s Learning Everywhere initiative to provide school sites, after-school programs, and community-based organizations rich, imaginative integrated learning experiences. Learn about its many upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, and other collaborative learning projects. Something for every wannabe space explorer!
Both Sheng Thao and Sara Stone have long-standing roots in Oakland and Redwood Heights in particular. Sheng has been a longtime resident and is a former board member of RHA, before becoming our council representative in 2018. Sara Stone was the Principal at Redwood Heights School from 2009 - 2013, as well as an RHS parent.
Date: Thursday, November 4, 2021
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Online, RSVP required
You will receive a confirmation email from Eventbrite. Be sure to keep it because it contains the link to the meeting. The Zoom link, plus call-in number, will be provided to registered attendees 1 hour before the event.
This Annual Meeting is part of Redwood Heights Association’s mission to host community events and projects that bring people together, provide useful resources and information, and improve the quality of life for Oakland residents. For more about the Redwood Heights Association and to get involved, visit RHAOakland.org.