Tree Lighting Tonight Rain Or Shine!

Moving forward with the Danville Tree Lighting, Rain Or Shine! As previously stated, the actual ‘Lighting of the Old Oak Tree’ featured chorus performances & dancers will be scaled back as the decision for them to perform is a fluid one, and will be determined by their directors, based upon weather conditions, closer to 5pm. The Snow Angel, […]

Danville’s Lighting of the Old Oak Tree

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.

Danville’s Lighting of the Old Oak Tree

Downtown streets to close for annual holiday tradition Downtown streets will be closed November 23, 2018 as the Town of Danville celebrates the Lighting of the Old Oak Tree. This annual event, scheduled from 5:15 – 8:30 p.m., brings thousands of people into Town from all throughout northern California. Street closures will run from 1:00 […]

County Files Opioid Epidemic Lawsuit

Contra Costa Sues Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors for Creating an Opioid Epidemic Contra Costa County is one of 30 California counties that have filed litigation against opioid manufacturers and distributors for creating an opioid epidemic in this state. These 30 counties represent approximately 10.5 million residents. All 30 counties are filing suit in federal court […]

Live Well, Age Smart! event not to miss

Health and Resource Day, Live Well, Age Smart on Sept 29 One important part of the aging process is maintaining health and wellness. The Town of Danville is looking to provide help to our seniors in that regard by hosting the 4th annual Live Well, Age Smart Health and Resource Day on Friday, September 29, 2017 from 9:00 […]

AB 79 to improve accounting of greenhouse gas emissions

Bill to Eliminate Dirty Coal Headed to the Governor (Sacramento)- AB 79, authored by Assemblymember Marc Levine, (D-Marin County), was approved by the State Legislature today. AB 79 tasks the California Air Resources Board with updating its methodology regarding “Unspecified Energy” sources. This legislation ensures that by January 2021 energy coming into the state as “unspecified” […]

Active in Alamo? Abbreviations can be Confusing

Alamo Acronyms and Abbreviations By Steve Mick                                           There are a number of Alamo residents who are active in the community. Their volunteer efforts make this a great place to live. A large part of their […]

A Night to Honor the Danville Community

Mayor’s Installation and Community Service Awards Set for Dec 6 The Danville Community is invited to come out Tuesday, December 6, 2016 for the 35th Annual Mayor’s Installation and Community Service Awards. Each year, the community gathers to honor individuals and organization who have made a difference in the Town of Danville. For the third year, the […]

Danville Craft Festival Kicks Off Fall

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 […]

Role Players Ensemble 2016-17 Season

Join the Role Players Ensemble for a season of Theatre for Grown Ups as they present entertaining, challenging plays, and offer expanded outreach to theatre lovers with master classes on the Art of Acting, and staged readings of plays under consideration for next season. Sept. 2 – Sept. 18, 2016 SEASCAPE by Edward Albee presents […]

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