Birthdays at USS Hornet Museum

The USS Hornet Museum to Host Children’s Party Packages. Unique venue offers guests a chance to celebrate shipboard-style Parents looking for an unforgettable birthday experience for a ship or science-loving child can now book birthday parties aboard the USS Hornet, the historic aircraft carrier that also serves as one of San Francisco’s Bay Area premier museums […]

Artist Workshop Event at Village Theatre

Uncork Your Inner Artist July 30 program lets budding artists create in fun, social setting The Town of Danville presents Artist Uncorked, a fun and exciting art workshop at the Village Theatre and Art Gallery, 233 Front St. Led by artist Debbie Wardrope, these workshops will be a fun and casual way for friends to […]

Taste and Toast in Danville

Celebrating America: Taste and Toast Series takes a look at the U.S.A. What better time to focus on the United States than July, for our next Taste and Toast of… event? At the July 23, 2015 Taste and Toast of… we will be exploring our wonderful coastlines, our glorious mountains and parks, and taste some of the amazing […]

Three Creeks Project Kickoff July 25

Three Creeks Restoration Project in Brentwood to Receive Grant Kickoff Celebration July 25th The Three Creeks Restoration Project in Brentwood will receive $744,000 in newly-awarded state grant funding marking another major step forward for the project. The community is invited to a kickoff event on July 25. The project will provide multiple benefits to Marsh Creek and […]

Apollo 11 Splashdown on the USS Hornet

“Eyewitness to History: Splashdown through the eyes of the Hornet Crew” A Celebration of the 46th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Splashdown on the USS Hornet Museum’s Living Ship Series Commemorates Recovery of Apollo 11 and 12 Lunar Missions ALAMEDA, CA — Celebrate the 46th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Splashdown and relive the heyday of […]

Chinese students visit San Ramon school

Students from Zhejiang Province visit Coyote Creek Elementary School in San Ramon            By Jared Wong, Monte Vista High School;                                    With the recent growth of China as both an academic and economic world power, relations […]

Danville Switching to Organic Fertilizers

 Sports fields to see organic fertilizers moving forward By Town of Danville staff writer For the past several months the Town has been in the process of transitioning from the use of traditional fertilizers to organic materials on all Town-maintained sports fields. This environmentally friendly option will yield many positive results, including reduced chemical usage […]

Sing-Along Of ‘ The Sound Of Music ’

Flock Of Flutes To Perform Live Sing-Along Of ‘The Sound Of Music’ Walnut Creek — Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ever-popular cinema sensation ‘The Sound of Music’ (1965) with an exciting live sing-along with Flock of Flutes, the East Bay’s premiere flute orchestra, on Saturday, March 28, 2 p.m. at the Lafayette Library (3491 Mt. Diablo […]

Charging Stations Installed

First charging stations available to public at Clocktower Parking Lot Electric vehicle owners have a new reason for coming to downtown Danville as the first electric vehicle charging station in downtown Danville is online and available for use by the public.  The charging station, recently installed by the Town of Danville, is located in the […]

TMJ Can Imitate Many Maladies

By Dr. Robert Brown When I attended UC Berkeley I majored in Physiology. For my practice where I treat TMJ symptoms, a.k.a. temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD), this training turned out to be invaluable. Here I plan to explain the complexity of TMD treatment, how important it is to understand how muscles work, the causes of […]