The 2nd Annual Trot for the Turkeys Celebrates Cruelty-Free Thanksgiving Tables

If you're an animal lover, then chances are you're skipping the turkey this year. So are lots of other folks in Fremont, including those responsible for rescuing would-be Thanksgiving table turkeys who live at the Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary. Celebrate their escape at the 2nd Annual Trot for the Turkeys on Saturday, November 18th. Register […]

Sip and Paint at Canvas and Wine with Aran on November 12th

Once you've exhausted your apple-picking options and carved as many pumpkins as your hands can handle, there's still one fall activity left to try: Canvas and Wine with Aran on Sunday, November 12th. Artist Aran of Aran's Art Studio will host the paint-and-sip event from 6 to 9 p.m., providing all snacks and instructions. All […]

Challenge Yourself at the Lake Chabot Trail Run on November 4th

On a warm November day in Castro Valley, there's nothing quite as invigorating as going for a run around the picturesque Lake Chabot reservoir. If you decide to participate in the Lake Chabot Trail Run on Saturday, November 4th, you'll be doing it among many friends. The Lake Chabot Trail Run is a great race […]

San Lorenzo Gets Spooky This Month When Shrouded Tales Tours Come to Town

There are three spots in San Lorenzo that are getting a little eerie this Halloween: the McConaghy House, the San Lorenzo Pioneer Cemetery, and the Meek Mansion. Each of these historic sites has a different spooky story to tell, which you'll hear when you sign up for a Shrouded Tales tour. The tours take place […]

Enjoy the Pink Floyd Concert Experience at the Bal Theatre

Pink Floyd experienced a tumultuous rise to fame in the decades that spanned 1965 and 1985, resulting in some bandmate shake-ups that changed their sound several times. Most notably, the band lost co-founder Syd Barrett only a few years after forming, and other original members Richard Wright and Roger Waters quit due to artistic differences […]

Grab Your Bike and Take Part in the BTCEB Gala Ride

On the second Saturday of the month, the Bicycle Trails Council of the East Bay (BTCEB) hosts a neighborhood-wide bike ride through some of the best bike trails in the area. So, on Saturday, October 14th, cycling enthusiasts of all levels are encouraged to grab their bikes and their helmets and head out for the […]

Fiji Day USA: Celebrate This Island Nation with Fiji’s Prime Minister

Fiji Day USA celebrates the culture of the Fiji Islands with the help of one very special guest: Frank Bainimarama, the Prime Minister of Fiji. He'll come to CSU, East Bay on Friday, October 6th to kick off the two-day festival. After the Fiji flag-raising and opening ceremonies, Prime Minister Bainimarama will speak in the […]

Get Moving for a Good Cause at the San Ramon Heart Walk

If you love fresh air and fitness, you’ll love the charity walk taking place on Sunday, October 8th. It's when the American Heart Association is organizing the San Ramon Heart Walk at Bishop Ranch 8 in San Ramon. The funds from this event will go towards resources for heart attack and stroke patients, which makes […]

Try the Lu Pulu at Katalina’s Island Grill in Hayward

Katalina's Island Grill is named for Katalina Pahulu, who was born on the Polynesian island of Tonga. As the owner and chef at Katalina's Island Grill, he specializes in a menu that brings the flavors of his homeland to hungry eaters looking for something a little different. Just try the Lu Pulu, a Polynesian version […]

Don’t Miss Hayward’s 2017 Mariachi Festival and Taco Eating Contest

The Hayward Chamber of Commerce exists to celebrate the many unique aspects of its city, including its Mexican influence. At the 2017 Mariachi Festival and Taco Eating Contest, Hayward residents will learn about—and experience—some of the coolest parts of Mexico's culture. On Friday, September 15th, the Hayward Chamber of Commerce puts on the free festival […]