If your 'tween or teen plays Magic, here is your chance for the whole family to have a great night. Drop your 9-14 year old off at to play Magic the Gathering. You can go and enjoy dinner or a movie nearby.
When: 5 p.m.
How much: $15 (includes three packs of Magic cards)
This Rocky Horror is no average midnight showing of the cult classic – it's a full blown theater production. Get out your most outrageous costume, be part of the live audience and do the Time Warp.
When: 8 p.m.
How much: Adult: $22; student (under 18): $19; Senior (62+): $19
Anton Schwartz, an Oakland saxophonist, will perform the first of three benefit concerts hosted by the Alameda Library Foundation. Enjoy quality jazz in an intimate atmosphere and support your local Alameda Free Library.
Where: When: 7 p.m.
How much: One concert, $30; all three concerts, $75
Going to a jazz show doesn't have to involve snobbery and cigarette smoke. Jazz group Human Nature takes a playful, more natural approach to jazz drawing from a variety of influences to create a unique sound. Comedian Joe Klocek will open the evening with a few jokes.
When: 8 p.m.
How much: $18
Alamedans know that this town has heaps of architectural heritage and this tour will let you in to see seven of the Island's oldest historical houses. After you pick up your Legacy Guidebook to the homes, you can make a day of it and tour at your own pace.
Where: Morton St. & San Antonio Ave., Alameda
When: 11 a.m.
How much: $30 in advance; $35 on the day of the tour
Bring a little summer into your home with a few goodies from this annual sale where you can find Tiki and mid-century styled items. Of course there will be delicious cocktails from the bar and if you get hungry, 's taco truck will be parked right outside to satisfy your cravings.
When: 2-7 p.m. (party keeps going after with live music with Kit & The Branded Men)
How much: Free