Station SL Happenings

The Green New Deal

Town Halls for a Green New Deal came to Station SL on Earth Day, April 22nd, to introduce and educate our community about the Green New Deal. 


The event, hosted by Patty and Emily Breslin, was to discuss the pathway to make the Green New Deal become a reality. As part of a grassroots movement, they brought stories of people who stand to benefit from the Green New Deal and help everyone understand that the GND isn't about taking away cows or cars, but about building things up and investing in the American people.


According to Ms. Breslin,

"The Green New Deal, if properly implemented in San Leandro, would help our city become more equitable, inclusive and climate-smart oriented to transition into a green economy. Decades of restructuring of our social and infrastructural foundation would be required to effectively move forward on making our city be a truly green city. Though it may take time, actions and movements are already in place. Citizens from all across the Bay Area came out to be a part of the movement, to not only hear about the future but to take action in shaping it."


For more information about The Green New Deal, check out these links:

This is just one of the many events we have here at Station SL as we make this space a center for the community, come and make your next event here.

The "From Where to Here" Art Exhibition Continues

On April 6th, Andrea Guskin launched her three-part art series called, From Where to Here, at Station SL in San Leandro.  


Station SL was transformed into an arts center displaying artwork created by Andrea and the public.  The evening also featured live music from locally acclaimed musicians.


The interactive art created by participants focused on how their families journeyed from their homelands to San Leandro throughout the generations.  Andrea's goal is to bring people together through art and to explore how sharing our personal journeys allows us to see what we have in common.


Andrea’s project will incorporate pieces from this first event with two more events running through summer.  The project is funded by a City of San Leandro grant to create community-focused art events. Keep an ear out for Andrea's next art exhibition here in San Leandro.


From Where to Here a San Leandro Art Exhibition

Local artist, Andrea Guskin, has won a grant from the City of San Leandro to create community-focused art events in a project called, From Where to Here. This series of events will run from spring through summer in a variety of San Leandro locations.  Her goal is to bring together different types of arts, cultures, and communities. Andrea's vision is to have these art events become regular monthly gatherings to bring people together in San Leandro.  The project will include a new interactive piece that will be created in part by people attending the progressive events, and displayed at the culminating community celebration. 

The opening event will be held at our very own Station SL on April 6th from 6pm-8pm, where there will be food, art, and live music featuring a flamenco guitarist and conga player!

Story Listening, Finding, and Telling at Work Workshop at Station SL

Anna Marie in our co-working space.

Anna Marie in our co-working space.

On March 15th, one of our co-workers, Anna Marie Trester will be hosting a workshop on storytelling in the workplace.

Anna Marie works on the educational front teaching applied communications and linguistics at the American University's School of International Service, while empowering others to tell their story at organizations like The FrameWorks Institute and Anecdote International. Anna Marie teaches her clients how storytelling can be used to bring awareness to social issues or organizational relationships.

At Station SL, you can typically find her working on projects that involve storytelling for social change. But in the coming week, she'll be sharing her expertise with the community in a workshop that helps people be more effective in building connections with colleagues, clients, and collaborators.

Come join the interactive experience to help you recognize and promote stories that highlight your skills, gifts, and abilities while showcasing the unique ways in which you solve problems in a work environment.

Sign Up!

The workshop is on

Friday, March 15, 2019, from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM.

You can sign up on Eventbrite

Fresh Art in San Leandro...Here at Station SL!

Station SL was happy to host Pulling Together: Create Lab and Art Opening last Saturday, November 3rd.

Yes, fresh art is available in San Leandro!

Andrea Guskin, a local artist, hung several new pieces in the gallery space here at Station SL.

The artist, Andrea Guskin (left) and friend.

The artist, Andrea Guskin (left) and friend.

Using the mediums of paint, fiber, photo transfers, wood and ink - Guskin’s pieces are subtle and organic.

In addition to the art opening, the family-friendly event also included kids’ activities.


In the spirit of Election season, Station SL’s phone booths were transformed into fantastic faux voting booths to encourage the kids to learn about their civic duty and remind the grown ups to get to the polls on the 6th.


If you want to see the exhibit, come on by and ring our bell. We’d be glad to show you what’s on the walls!