FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 10, 2019
Sierra Nevada sponsors the 2nd Friday Shuttle. Alameda Loop Shuttle will be taking “2nd Friday Art Walk participants” around the island and Jingletown Art Studios. The loop consists of 7 stops and takes about 30 minutes.
The shuttle begins on Encinal Ave and Oak Street for easy access to: Studio 23, 3 Dot, The Red Door and The Local. The route then heads toward Webster Street on Encinal Ave. The second stop is located at Ink Blot Gallery.
The shuttle continues to Webster Street this stop offers easy access to Feathered Outlaw and The Pinball Museum. Walk across the street to drop in and have a cocktail at The Fireside Lounge displaying the art of several local bay area artists.
Heading back towards Park Street on Lincoln Ave the shuttle stops by The Frank Bette Center. View the latest show and grab a quick drink at the Swell Bar just a short walk away from The Bette.
Coming up to the next stop there are several places to check out before heading over the Park Street Bridge to Jingletown. The Alameda Island Brewing Company hangs a new art exhibit every 2 months.
Once over the bridge the next stop will be Jingletown, home to several talented east bay artists. A quick walk from Jingletown Art Studios is the Grayloft Gallery.
Heading back over the Park Street Bridge towards the island, we will make our last stop in the loop. You won’t want to miss this stop with access to galleries including Curated, Autobody, Phoenix (on Lincoln across from the library) and The Space on Santa Clara.
Alameda Loop Shuttle