Click here to go home

“How Berkeley Can You Be?” Exhibit

Berkeley Historical Society’s new exhibit, “How Berkeley Can You Be?” highlights the world's zaniest parade, which lasted from 1996 to 2008.John Solomon The event, organized by the University Avenue Association and John Soloman, who was inspired by Pasadena’s Doo Dah parade, brought out Berkeley’s creative best. The parade lovingly satirized well-known Berkeley clichés. The largest West Coast Art Car Fest began there in 1999.

Featuring photographs by Allen Stross and other photographers. Exhibit runs from Thursday, February 24 through Saturday, April 23.

Regular hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 1-4 p.m. Telephone 510-848-0181. Wheelchair accessible. The "Golden Bear Pioneers" exhibit has ended.


HOME | CALENDAR | WALKS | ORAL HISTORY | NEWSLETTER | HISTORY NOTES | HOURS | ABOUT US | MEMBERSHIP | LINKS | WEB ARCHIVE | CONTACT US | STORE | POLICIES

© 2010-2017 - Berkeley Historical Society
1931 Center Street - Berkeley, CA 94704
Get Directions: (510) 848-0181