Rededication of the Jack London Oak Tree in Frank Ogawa Plaza
When —- Saturday, January 28 at 11 :00 a.m.
What —- Unveiling new plaque honoring the author, adventurer and social justice advocate Jack London
Where —- Near the live oak tree in Ogawa Plaza The tree was planted at this location as a tribute in January, 1917, two months after Jack London’s death on November 22, 1916
Brief program – sponsored by the Alameda County Historical Society and the Oakland Heritage Alliance, followed by a reception at the Laurel Book Store
Free parking available at the Dalziel Building Garage (enter 16th St. near Clay Street)
Box Lunch to follow at Cafe Teatro (in Rotunda Buildilng). Cost is $25. Host is Alameda County Historical Society. Reservation for lunch REQUIRED; contact 238-3234 for reservation information.