San Ramon Valley Events – August 2015

Time flies when you are having fun! It seems like summer just got started and I am already hearing talk about kids going back to school. I hope that you are enjoying these summer months and have taken the time to get out and do something fun. My family loves the outdoor movie nights. If you have never been, you definitely need to go check it out. Bring a blanket and some snacks and head on down to one of the 4 showings this month. I haven’t seen “Big Hero 6” or “Lego Movie,” so those two nights are on my list. Whatever you do I hope you have fun doing it and I hope to see you out there.

Have a great summer!

As always thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter, and if you have an event coming up that you would like us to include, please let us know.

Mike Continillo

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San Ramon Valley Events – August 2014

 San Ramon Valley Events was created to bring all the fun and exciting events to you in one place. Our hope is that you will use the information to get out there and enjoy what San Ramon and Danville have to offer. From time to time this will also include raising awareness about important events that will have a large impact on our cities.

The hot topic of conversation for many of us these past few months has been the new proposed development called the “Faria Development”. This development will add 740 new homes to San Ramon and will drastically alter the hillside near Deerwood and Bollinger Canyon roads. The concern by many of the residents of San Ramon is that it is too big of a development and will put a large strain on the resources, environment, roads, and schools in the area. [Read more…]

San Ramon Valley Events – May 2014

Hello Everyone,

This past weekend my girls and I went up to Las Trampas for a walk. It had been many years since I had been up there, so it was like visiting for the first time. We ended up spending a couple of hours there and had a lot of fun. We walked a couple different paths, stopped to blow bubbles  (at 3 year old Sophia’s request). We had an impromptu picnic off the side of the trail, and made a decent effort to get to the top of the Bollinger Creek Loop Trail which climbs about 2000 feet. Not the easiest task when you are pushing a double stroller, but the views are amazing and definitely worth the effort. In the end the kids had a blast, I got a decent amount of exercise, and was able to spend a couple of priceless hours with my girls. [Read more…]