Sun, May 29 & Mon, May 30, The Amazing Bubble Show: Returning to Rhythmix, the Amazing Bubble Man blends comedy and artistry with audience participation to amuse and amaze audiences of all ages. 11:00 am and 1:00 pm
Mondays, June 6–27, The Beatles, Part II: Back by popular demand, Carnegie Mellon University Professor Stephen Schultz offers a three-week course on the musical and cultural factors that made the Beatles the most important band in rock history. 8:00 pm.
Thu, June 16, Waves of Migration: A History Talk on Alameda: Through the discussion of 12 historic waves of immigration, local historians Dennis Evanosky and Eric J. Kos will show how events around the world led people to Alameda. 7:00 pm
Sat, June 25, The KTO Project feat. Erick Barberia: Celebrate the Sun: Deeply personal, sometimes political, always spiritual music inspired by Kelly Takunda Orphan’s Armenian roots, African education and Bay Area musical upbringing. 8:00 pm
Sat, July 9, Will Durst: Elect to Laugh 2016: Join five-time Emmy nominee Will Durst as he puts the “mock” back in democracy with an all-new one-man show satirizing this year’s election cycle. Elect to laugh or you’ll break down in tears instead! 8:00 pm
Sun, July 31, Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir: Under the direction of Emmy winner Terrance Kelly, the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir presents singers of diverse races, cultures and faiths in a show of black gospel and spiritual music. 2:00 pm
Sat, Aug 20, Wine, Women & Song: Save the date for Rhythmix's daylong festival of amazing music, food and wine — all to raise funds for free youth arts education programs. Lineup and details coming soon!
Thursdays, Sept 8–Oct 20, Rock & Roll Road Trip: Join musician, author and teacher Peter Elman for this six-week music history class covering the Golden Era of American rock ’n’ roll from 1955 to 1970. Travel from New Orleans up the Big Muddy to New York and Detroit. 7:00 pm–9:00 pm