Teen job fair
This year’s Tri-Valley Teen Job Fair is scheduled for next month at the Dublin Senior Center, where teens aged 14 to 19 can explore workshops and meet potential employers. Teens are encouraged to dress professionally and bring their resume for the free event, with lunch provided.
The Travels of John Muir
The San Ramon Valley Museum is set to host Garrett Dailey, attorney and expert on the life and work of John Muir, for a virtual discussion next week.
While Muir’s life and work in California are often the focus of discussion, especially for California residents, Dailey’s talk is expected to focus on Muir’s global travels, which have extended far beyond the state and even from the mainland.
The virtual program is set for 11:30 a.m. next Thursday (February 17) via Zoom. Registration and more information is available here.
The Town of Danville invites area residents to their 12th Annual Recreational Expo and Open House at the end of the month. The event aims to offer a sampling of classes and programs through the City’s Recreation, Arts and Community Services Department programming, as well as a preview of upcoming summer programs.
The event is scheduled for February 26 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Danville Community Center. More information is available here.
Downtown Survey Deadline
Danville residents have until Monday (February 14) to vote on priorities and concerns for the future of downtown. The city’s community survey, aimed at soliciting community feedback as officials and staff work to update the current downtown plan, opened Jan. 7.
The survey is one of several measures to inform the community and solicit feedback on updates to the downtown plan, according to city officials.
The community survey and more information on the current downtown master plan is available here.