Lighting the Old Oak Tree Set for Nov. 29

Downtown streets to close for annual holiday tradition Downtown Danville will be the perfect place to spend the day after Thanksgiving as thousands of residents come down to enjoy the wonderful Danville Tradition of the Lighting of the Old Oak Tree. Starting at 5:00p.m. , residents are invited to come downtown, check out all the […]

A talk: "If God is all, where is He at this moment?"

A Talk on “If God is All, Where is He at this Moment?” on Friday, November 8, at the Danville Senior’s Center (Veterans Memorial Bldg.), 115 E Prospect Ave.,  Danville from 7:30 to 8:30 pm. The First Church of Christ, Scientist is sponsoring this free talk for the community and child care will be provided. The speaker is […]

Designated HeartSafe Community now includes Clayton

People who live and work in Clayton may soon stand a better chance of surviving a heart emergency thanks to the city’s commitment to earn the HeartSafe Community Designation from Contra Costa Health Services’ Emergency Medical Services Division. A HeartSafe Community is one that has established “a strong chain of survival,” meaning a higher-than-average number of […]

Athenian School receives 2013 environmental award

The Athenian School receives the  ACTERRA 2013 Business Environmental Award First Independent School to Win the Award; To Be Honored on May 30—              Danville, CA —The Athenian School’s commitment to environmental stewardship and radically reducing its carbon footprint has garnered the School Acterra’s 2013 Business Environmental Award for Sustainability. […]

Visual Harmony exhibit in Danville through June 16

The Town of Danville presents Visual Harmony: Connecting Women through Art during the upcoming art exhibition that features twenty-five artists from the Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art (NCWCA). The exhibit, which runs from May 3 through June 16, 2013 in the Village Theatre Art Gallery located at 233 Front Street, focuses on the unity […]

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