Onstage Theatre opens with “The Last Romance”

Martinez Campbell Theatre 636 Ward Street, Martinez, CA

Onstage Theatre opens 39th Season with “The Last Romance” By Joe DiPietro, Directed by Helen Means   WHEN: September 16 Thru October 1, 2016 Thursday, Friday & Saturdays at 8:00 pm; Sundays, at 2:30 pm WHAT: Onstage Repertory Theatre Company presents “The Last Romance” written by Joe DiPietro, Directed by Helen Means Alamo). In this […]

$16 – $18

Danville Craft Festival Kicks Off Fall

Danville Downtown Hartz Avenue, Danville, CA

Activities for entire family at annual fall event Fun activities abound in Danville with the return of the 25th annual Danville Fall Crafts Festival. The Danville Area Chamber of Commerce will hold the annual event on October 22 & 23, 2016.     danville-fall-craft-festival-aerial-map-2016   The Fall Crafts Festival honors the season by offering a wonderful […]

Park District Board Members to be Honored

Dunsmuir Historic Estate 2960 Peralta Oaks Court, Oakland, CA

The East Bay Regional Park District invites the public to a reception Dec. 1 honoring John Sutter and Doug Siden, who are retiring after a combined 44 years of service on the District board. Sutter, who served 20 years on the Park District board representing Ward 2, is best known for his work to save the land […]


Seth Adams Speaks on Peregrine Patrol

Ygnacio Library 2661 Oak Grove Road, Walnut Creek, CA

Naturalist Seth Adams, Land Conservation Director of Save Mount Diablo played a pivotal role in re-establishing Peregrine Falcons in the pinnacles of Castle Rock in Pine Canyon, a traditional nesting site for these beautiful birds of prey, which were driven to near-extinction by DDT. The pesticide was banned in 1972. Peregrine populations have bounced back, […]


Berkeley Bay Festival

Shorebird Park Nature Area 160 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA

Family Fun at the Berkeley Marina Berkeley, California (Feb, 2017) - Join us at the Berkeley Bay Festival on Saturday, April 8th, 2017 from 11am-4pm.  This free outdoor event at the Berkeley Marina is filled with entertainment, food, boating, educational activities, and information on exciting family outings and summer programs. The first Bay Festival was […]


Improv Battle Royale at the Village Theatre

Village Theater 233 Front Street, Danville

Improv teams from Danville, San Ramon to battle it out Sept 30 There is a new improv team in town, and they are ready to step into the ring and go toe to toe in an all out improv battle! Improv Battle Royale features Danville’s newest improv team, the Danville Diablos, versus San Ramon’s Suburban Thunder Improv Company. Improv […]


Capurro Returns to the Village Theatre

The Village Theatre 233 Front St, Danville, CA 94526, Danville, CA

Popular Bay Area Comic at the Village Theatre Oct 7 Hilarity is in the making as San Francisco Bay Area favorite Scott Capurro returns to the Village Theatre & Art Gallery! Stand-up comic Capurro, a frequent guest on Sarah and Vinnie’s morning show on Alice 97.3, draws fans from all over the world when he performs […]

$25 – $30

The Jazz Room welcomes Kenny Washington

Village Theater 233 Front Street, Danville

Jazz vocalist virtuoso to perform Jan 6 at Village Theatre  Jazz enthusiasts from throughout the Bay Area know the name Kenny Washington, and Danville residents will now have the chance to see why he’s known as the “Superman of the Bay Area Jazz scene,” when he takes the stage Jan 6, 2018 at the Village Theatre & […]


Come Have Pizza with Danville Police

Mountain Mike's Pizza 130 Hartz Avenue, Danville,, CA

Community Invited to meet their Police Department In their continuing efforts to promote a solid collaboration with the community, the Danville Police Department is inviting Danville residents to come have a slice of pizza and get to know their police department. Police Chief Allan Shields said the upcoming Pizza with the Police is a great way for […]


Danville’s Lighting of the Old Oak Tree

Danville, Diablo Road Danville

Danville's Lighting of the Old Oak Tree is in its 40th year and is a perfect way to spend the day after Thanksgiving.  Leading up to the lighting, the San Ramon Valley High School Chorus and other groups will be performing near the reviewing stand on Diablo Rd.  At approximately 6:15 p.m., local officials will address the crowd, followed by the introduction of Father Christmas and the Snow Angel.