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Things to Do Around Oakley in February

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Looking for something to do in February? Here are a few suggestions:

The Oakley Library presents Bricks 4 Kidz, a building block event for kids. All ages are welcome to exercise their building creativity. The next session takes place February 1, from 1 to 2 p.m. at the library, 1050 Neroly Road.

February is Black History Month. Visit the Nick Rodriguez Community Center for an exhibit featuring the African American experience in America. The exhibit runs from February 10 to 15. A reception will be held on February 15. Contact the center at (925) 776-3050 for details.

You and your family can explore the Antioch Dunes with an expert guide. This unique California wildlife refuge is usually closed to the public, but guided tours are offered the second Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. The tour involves a 1.5 mile walk along sandy soil, so dress accordingly. No reservations are needed.  

A fundraiser for this summer’s Delta Blues Fest will take place March 1 at the El Campanil theater. All proceeds will help fund the fest. Call (925) 757-9500 for more information.

Thomas Ager, of Agers Insurance Services, is pleased to showcase and support local events. If you’re looking to buy or ready to sell, we can support you too. For more information,  contact us.