Sip, Stomp & Play 2011

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Celebrate the harvest and do your part to protect opportunities for play and physical activity for East Bay students! Join us and Urban Legend Cellars for Sip, Stomp & Play 2011, a family-friendly event supporting our efforts to preserve safe, healthy and inclusive play and physical activity for children attending under-resourced elementary schools in the East Bay.

The festival is Saturday, October 8, 2011, 1 – 4pm at Urban Legend Cellars, 621 4th Street, Oakland, CA 94607 (map).


Fun activities for all ages will be available, including:

  • Grape Stomping
    The juice collected will be used to make actual wine! All ages welcome, passes are limited. Participants are encouraged to wear white or Trash The Dress!  
  • Playground Games & Sports Stations
    Remember those classic playground games like four-square? We'll be playing them!
  • Wine Tastings
    21+ only – the first one is on us!
  • Silent Auction prizes
    Exclusive dinners, sports memorabilia and local excursions all up for grabs.
  • Food and Music provided by Local Favorites
    Enjoy complimentary small bites and live music from East Bay's finest talent

Ticket Information

Thank you to our media partners!


If you have any questions about this event, please contact Kyonne Isaac, community engagement coordinator – 510-269-7835.

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