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April Events

Spring is here and more places have been opening up! Check out our list of spots that are already opened or will be opening this month! Stay tuned for our Easter Brunch List! Make sure to follow us on social media and stay updated @danvillesocial

Easter Events:

Check out where to go for Easter Brunch, here!

Eggstravaganza, On 4/3, from 10-2 pm. The Danville Community Center is proud to host an updated Eggstravaganza Celebration. This includes the essentials for hosting an egg hunt wrapped up in a take-home “Bunny Basket”. Each basket will contain treasure-filled eggs, egg-themed crafts, and other festive delights. Sign up for your time slot of choice from 10 am to 2 pm. Located at: 420 Front Street, Danville.

Danville Chocolates, Coloring Contest! Voting will be on 4/3. You must pick it up in-store until 4/2. One entry per child, all entries featured all-around the shop!

Sweet Street, They are offering custom Easter Baskets! Each basket is full of unique treats! Order by 4/1 to have it ready by Easter!
4/17, 12-3 pm, Cotton Candy Girl will be there making her famous burritos!

Night Market, On 4/16 from 5 pm-8 pm, join for Spring Night Market Series at Livermore Butcher Shop Lot. Some of the vendors that will be there are; Backwoods BBQ, Brie Grazing Boards, Livermore Valley Wine Club, Mary Jean Clothing, and more!

Lazarus Wellness, On 4/17 at 10 am, head over to Beyond Active for a Beyond Backyard Flow State Workshop. There will be yoga, breathwork, mindfulness, and manifesting session. $20/per person. Sign up on the website.

Island Vibes Market, On 4/26, from 4 pm-8 pm, there will be live music, poke, malasadas, Hawaiian bbq truck, boba truck, cookies, crafts, and more! Located at Ehrenberg Cellars.

Mod and Whimsy, They are taking all of the work for you and making Easter Baskets! Check out their website to purchase yours!

CPC, 4/3 & 4/4, they are having Easter Services. CPC Kids-Every child goes home with an Easter goodie bag! Students 5th grade and above will enjoy services along with their families at either venue.

Easter Bunny’s Carrot Farm, This event will be going on through 4/10 by reservation only. It is $25 for 2 guests, $10 for each additional. The reservation will include; petting zoo, take your own Easter Bunny photos, & egg hunt. Additional activities start at 3 & up; pony rides, animal feeds, train rides, glitter tattoos, photo sessions, vendors & concessions. Text for booking link: 707-653-0265. [email protected]

Six Flags, As of 4/1, the park will open! Tickets will be as low as $29.99.

Danville Library, they are currently open for front door service. The bookstore will remain closed at this time.

Balestrieri Family Farm, 4/17, 11 am-5 pm. Head over to this beautiful location and enjoy The Makers Movement with wine, live music, food, 30+ local makers & brands. Help support The Planet Bee Foundation. They are dedicated to educating and inspiring youth about the importance of bees and their connection to the environment. The address is 6140 Alhambra Valley Rd., Briones. We will also be there, doing a live video on Instagram!

Retro Junkie
Make sure to make a reservation for a table! They can only have limited capacity. Don’t miss out on live music and a Dj spinning beats.

The Broadway Club
The Broadway Club features a talented collection of musicians, touring DJs, bands, comedians, thought leaders & more. The venue is an inspiring, versatile, and inviting space with an electric vibe. The contemporary roll-up garage doors, high ceilings, and open floor plan give a relaxed yet upscale feel. They offer karaoke on Wednesdays!

Tommy T’s
Now open and ready for you to laugh! Check out their website for the lineup of comedy shows!

Danville Bowl
Stay tuned…..outdoor cornhole will be a thing at Danville Bowl! We will let you know as soon as we find out when it starts! They are currently open for bowling! Hours are: Mon-Thurs, 3-11 pm, Friday, 3 pm-1 am, Saturday, 11 am-1 pm, Sunday, 11 am-9 pm.

Beeps Burgers
Located in the Blackhawk Plaza, in front of the play structure. Try their milkshake of the month-The Banana Shake!

 

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Smiles Around Danville

In this year of COVID-19, there may not be much to smile about these days. Except maybe in Danville.

Downtown is now dotted with smiley face signs. And people are taking notice.

“It’s great. Especially in the time we are living in. We can all use a little cheer,” says resident Niki Hall

The signs are all hand-crafted in the home workshop of 17-year-old San Ramon Valley High School senior Aidan Cox.

“I think everyone is a little down about no school and everything is closed. I thought a smiley face would cheer people up a little bit,” Cox said.

Aidan has created and hung about 20 signs so far. The first was in his neighborhood in Alamo.

The signs are made of plywood and each one takes days to complete.

“Ever since I was a kid I always signed my name with a smiley face. I always loved smiley face emojis. I figured let’s just start out with this,” Cox says.

Those who walk or drive by seem to appreciate the simple sentiment. Aidan’s handy work has gotten a mention on the Facebook page of the Danville Area Chamber of Commerce.

“This is a perfect way this student has come up with. A way to make people happy. And I think people need a little pick up this time of year,” says chamber CEO Judy Lloyd.

The chamber hopes the signs will help draw people to the area and perhaps local restaurants for take-out.

Elected officials are also applauding the teenager.

“Hats off to this guy for doing a good job of bringing enthusiasm and trying to spread cheer at a time when many people might not be so cheerful. Well done,” said Danville Vice-Mayor Newell Arnerich.

“I feel really proud when I’m driving by and see them I think I did this myself. And it makes other people happy. I’m planning to keep doing it. Spread further out to other towns. And keep going,” says Cox.

 
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