August and September 2019
Sat., Aug. 24-Sun., Sep. 29
20th Annual Eugene O’Neill Festival
@The Tao House
Celebrate all things Eugene O’Neill around the town of Danville. Visit http://www.eugeneoneill.org/20th-annual-eugene-oneill-festival/ for more information.
Mon., Sep. 2
Danville Antiques & Art Faire-Relics on Railroad
@Historic Downtown Danville
If you love the ageless beauty of antiques, you won’t want to miss Relics on Railroad, Danville’s Art and Antique Faire. Discover timeless treasures from local antique dealers and artists. Grab a bite at downtown eateries. And enjoy live music, entertainment, and fun for the kids while strolling through the streets of downtown. Have a few heirlooms of your own? For a nominal fee, you can find out how much they’re worth at the Museum of the San Ramon Valley’s antique appraisal clinic.
September 11 Event
@Oak Hill Park
Come join in the remembrance of 9/11 at Oak Hill Park. The event will feature a Fire and Police Honor Guard, local members and veterans of the armed services, and more tributes.
Sat., Sep. 14
Free Fun on the Farm – Apple Tasting and Juice Making
@Forest Home Farms, San Ramon
Enjoy FREE themed presentations and hands-on activities at Fun on the Farm,
Mon., Sept. 16
Aloha Kiss Fundraising Golf Tournament for the Livermore Homeless Refuge
@Blackhawk Country Club
Aloha Kiss began 10 years ago, led by Danville resident Alice Kong. She selects a different organization to help each year, and this year she has selected the Livermore Homeless Refuge. They work to provide services for the homeless in their community. The Livermore Homeless Refuge’s mission is to help the invisible, the unwanted, the misunderstood, and the forgotten. To remember that every human life is valuable.
LHR is run by volunteers who work tirelessly to devote their time to those in need. This September, please support Aloha Kiss in raising funds, awareness and supplies for the Livermore Homeless Refuge by participating in a fundraising golf tournament that will help the LHR continue their wonderful program reaching out to the homeless of Livermore. Alice Kong is in need of sponsors, golfers and donations in order to make this a successful event. To learn more please visit www.alohakiss.co or email email@example.com or call Alice at 770-335-3409.
Tues., Sep. 17
Wild Things Inc. – Animal Ambassadors
Join Wild Things Inc. for an educational and exciting presentation featuring some amazing animal ambassadors. You may see a Virginia opossum, a capuchin monkey, or a Burmese Python! Come and be surprised!
Sat., Sep. 21
The Jazz Room Presents
@Village Theatre & Art Gallery
Broadway Memories Singer Paul McKnight with Stan Fong Music Director/Pianist. Special guests include Sue Miller on Keys, Special Blend, and Jubilee Road!
Tickets for sale on Eventbrite or call 510-828-0371.
Cost: $25 Pre-purchase; $30 Door
Tues, Sep. 24
Blackhawk Living Magazine party
@ Albatross in Danville
Join us for a Customer Appreciation party! This is an open invitation to all; a chance to meet residents and thank the sponsors, all of whom make our magazine possible. We’ll be enjoying the fantastic food and drinks at Albatross, located at 312 Railroad Avenue.
Cost: Free glass of wine for first 50 people; no host dinner
Time: 5:30 – 7:30pm
Sun., Sep. 22
@Historic Downtown Danville
Enjoy an exciting afternoon of cars for a cause at Danville d’Elegance, Danville’s premier charitable event benefiting the Parkinson’s Institute. Picturesque downtown provides the perfect backdrop for showcasing some of the finest exotic automobiles past and present. Visit fine wine and food stations throughout the event, and learn more about Parkinson’s disease and how your contributions can help find a cure.
Every Friday in August
Live Music at Blackhawk Plaza
Rock the plaza with an evening of live music in the rotunda area.
Tips for Change Community Fundraising Events
@Gianni’s Italian Bistro
Gianni’s Italian Bistro opens up their restaurant to support our local non-profit community. Tips for Change is a fun and unique way for local charity organizations to raise much needed funds. Volunteers and supporters of local non-profits suit up and become your servers for the evening with all tips and 10% of sales going to support their organization. This event occurs most Monday evenings between 5 and 8pm and is open to the public. Reservations required.
More information at www.giannissanramon.com
@Railroad Ave. Municipal Parking Lot – Downtown
Get the freshest seasonal fare at the Danville Certified Farmers’ Market. You’ll find fruits and vegetables direct from local farmers, along with fresh-cut flowers, bedding plants, fresh breads, and delicious specialty food items you can eat in the market or take with you to enjoy at home. It’s the perfect place to stock up for the week, or shop al fresco while socializing with friends. This event is located at Railroad & Prospect Avenues and offers free parking in the adjacent lot.
More information at wwwpcfma.com