San Ramon Valley Events – June 2015

Many of my conversations with new folks moving to the area include the topic of what a great community we have here. For those of us that live in the San Ramon Valley, we know firsthand what a great place this is to live. What makes it great are the people who live here. I love the fact that I can be at the grocery store, or walking around town and feel comfortable enough to chat and be friendly with everyone I meet. The main reason for creating this newsletter is to help foster that strong sense of community, and provide a list of social events for us all to get out and enjoy. With that said, I hope to see you all out there soon.

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 – April 2014

Hello everyone,

A BIG thank you to all of you for your continued support and for making this newsletter a success. Our goal is to provide you with fun new events to get out and enjoy each month. If you have an event that you would like us to include, let us know. Please also help us spread the word, forward and share this with anyone you think would enjoy it.

There is a special event coming up this month that I encourage you all to participate in. This year’s Leadership San Ramon Valley class is hosting a charity event at Gianni’s Italian Bistro in San Ramon Monday April 7th. I recently ate there with a friend, and the food was amazing. I am very particular when it comes to authentic Italian food (Love you Grandma!) and they did not disappoint. Gianni’s has agreed to host this charity event in order to raise funds for Discovery Counseling Center [Read more…]

San Ramon Valley Events – March 2014

Well the rain is FINALLY here and that’s a very good thing. We need it badly, so it’s a welcome sight. For those of us with young children, we all know that keeping them indoors for days on end can create lots of pent up energy just waiting to be released. The question then becomes where do we go so that they can run and play and be active, but stay out of the rain? I thought I would share a few fun options that Cynthia and I have explored with our girls.

One option would be to check out the programs that The City of San Ramon offers.   They have lots of classes and camps for kids of all ages which will allow them to sing, dance, tumble or learn in many different ways. Our girls are currently enrolled in the Kindermusik class, which they look forward to each week. [Read more…]