\r\n Return of the Terns - Bus Tours to Nesting Colony\r\n When: Saturday, June 20. 10 AM- 4 PM.\r\n Where: Crab Cove Visitor Center, Alameda\r\n What: The California least tern is a listed endangered subspecies that resides in the bays of the Pacific Ocean. Only an estimated 582 birds remain, and the East Bay Regional Park District is providing a rare opportunity to witness these terns feed their chicks at the Alameda Point on a guided bus tour.\r\n \r\n Cost is $9. For tickets and more info, click here: https://apm.activecommunities.com/ebparks/Activity_Search/return-of-the-terns/8677\r\n \r\n Webster Street Jam\r\n When: Saturday, June 20 10 AM – 5:30 PM. Sunday, June 21 10:30 AM – 5:30 PM.\r\n Where: Webster Street, between Pacific Avenue and Central Avenues, Alameda\r\n What: Come commemorate a decade-old tradition of Alameda! The Webster Street Jam celebrates the memory of what once was Neptune Beach, a popular Alameda amusement park known as the Coney Island of the West. \r\n Produced by the Alameda Chamber of Commerce, the street fair will provide amusement for all.\r\n \r\n The features of the street fair include a zip line, a Ferris Wheel, live music, food trucks, local art, and more. For more information, check out neptunebeachcc.com/features/.\r\n \r\n 2015 Alameda Summer Art Fair\r\n When: Sunday, June 21. 1 PM.\r\n Where: Webster Street, between Pacific Avenue and Central Avenues, Alameda\r\n What: Looking for summer fun? Stop by the Alameda Summer Art Fair. This event will feature over 30 artist booths creating and selling their work and live art shows.\r\n \r\n In addition, come check out the face painting, miniature world DIY stations, and be sure to visit Alameda's robot, Friendly Lord Zondar! For more information, check out www.studio23gallery.com.