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Visitors of the Alterna Playhouse will be able to watch a variety of performances throughout the year, including shows like Little Shop Of Horrors and Swearing in English. The location also offers open auditions to guests who may wish to participate.
The Lincoln Park has nice shade and numerous activities available including: football fields, baseball, softball, tennis, bocce ball and shuffleboard courts, fitness equipment, playgrounds for toddlers and youths, BBQ and picnic sites, restrooms and a swimming pool.
The World Wide Art, Inc. art gallery and shop features works by world renowned artists and original Disney Works. Other limited edition pieces available to view and purchase include works by Hanna Barbera, Thomas Kinkade and Marvel.
The Bowling Alley, Castro Village Bowl, is a facility that features 32-lanes, automatic scoring, bumpers for inexperienced bowlers, a full service cocktail lounge, and a snack bar. The alley has bowling leagues for people of all ages.
The oldest Japanese gardens in California, the Hayward Japanese Gardens are designed to be a space of tranquility and peace. Spanning over three acres, the gardens are designed in traditional Japanese style, and include a koi pond.
Bringing live performances to the Bay Area since the 1960s, the Douglas Morrison Theatre produces plays, musicals and concerts. Located on the grounds of the Hayward Japanese Gardens, the theatre offers camps and classes in acting, voice and scene study.
At HAHS Center for History & Culture, visitors can browse a museum dedicated to documenting the regional culture and history. The center features an exhibit that depicts the stories of local residents with artifacts and photographs.