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Monday, June 22, 2020
(Livermore) – Social distancing won’t keep Local professional theater company Livermore Shakes from giving kids the opportunity to step into the world of Shakespeare this summer with their Virtual Shakespeare Summer Camp.  “The show must go on” says the company’s Education Director, Lindsey Schmeltzer.  “We have spent the last couple of months re-imagining and re-designing what a performing arts more
Categories: Education, Community, Press Release
Monday, June 22, 2020
Town Hall Webinar: Five Wishes, unique end-of-life planning So much in life is out of our control, and, at times, the uncertainty causes frustration and stress. However, this doesn’t have to be the case at the end of life. Preparing for the eventuality of the time when you will pass on is priceless gift you can leave your loved ones. But pondering medical what-ifs and choices regarding care when more
Categories: Chamber, General News Article, Community
Friday, June 12, 2020
Supportive Services Money for Covid-19 Affected Workers The Tri-Valley Career Center (TVCC) through the Alameda County Workforce Development Board (ACWDB) would like to help those who have lost wages/income from the shelter-in-place and the Coronavirus. If you have been financially impacted by a loss of income, we can assist you in paying a personal bill up to $800 (depending on qualifications) more
Categories: Community, Economic, General News Article
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Categories: Community
Tuesday, June 02, 2020
Season 2019-20View this email in your browser SUMMER ART CAMP for ages 4-17 With new safety measures in place and very limited enrollment, the crazy creative fun of Summer Art Camp returns to the Bothwell Arts Center! Taught by experienced, professional artists, each week has a different theme and uses many different media. Three Sessions July 6 - July more
Categories: Community, Human Interest, General News Article
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
NEW ART PROGRAM BENEFITS HOPE HOSPICE PATIENTS    DUBLIN, CA – Hope Hospice invites individuals from our local communities to create and/or donate existing artwork that will be distributed to hospice patients in homes and nursing facilities in the Tri-Valley area and neighboring East Bay cities. “When a person is facing the end of his or her journey on this Earth, the patient and family more
Categories: Community, General News Article, Press Release