10th Annual North Richmond Shoreline Festival
on October 7, 2013
Richmond families headed out to Point Pinole on Saturday for a day of learning and fun in the sun. The East Bay Regional Parks District hosted the 10th Annual North Richmond Shoreline Festival. Kids with painted faces rode ponies and a “choo-choo” train around the park overlooking the bay. Festival-goers enjoyed performances and free Latin fusion food.
The event featured interactive booths hosted by local environmental organizations including the Watershed Project, Eco Village, Golden Gate Audubon Society, Boy Scouts and the East Bay Regional Parks District.
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