April 11, 2017 by James
Dublin residents will soon have an opportunity to browse for some bargains while, at the same time, help local pets and feral or stray animals in need of medical treatment.
Paws in Need will be [Read more]
March 12, 2017 by Max
Dublin Heritage Park and Museums will be greeting Spring in high style, and it has issued an invitation to the public to come and join in the celebration.
The people who come to [Read more]
February 12, 2017 by Mark
Two very special guests will be hopping in to Dublin, and kids from all over the city will have a chance to meet the duo while they take part in an assortment of activities that have been planned just for them.
The Clovis Spring Eggstravaganza will see children engage in everything from egg hunts to [Read more]
January 6, 2017 by James
Dublin will once again be hosting its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration, and it has put out a call to any businesses that may be interested in acting as a vendor during the event.
Each year, the festivities attract thousands of [Read more]
December 11, 2016 by Mark
California State University-East Bay will be hosting an information session for those in Dublin and the surrounding communities who may be considering pursuing their Master’s Degree in Counselling with in option in [Read more]
November 22, 2016 by James
Tri-Valley CAREs will be hosting a holiday party to thank all of its members, including those from Dublin, for all they do to help promote a healthy environment, as well as peace and justice in their communities and the [Read more]
October 5, 2016 by Mark
For many people, buying their first home can be a daunting process to navigate, and Habitat For Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley has organized an event in Dublin in an attempt to make it a whole lot easier.
The class will give those who attend the tools they need to make their first home purchase a pleasant and exciting experience. It is HUD (Housing and Urban Development) certified, and will answer questions about financing, the advantages of owning versus renting, determining how much a person can afford to borrow, how credit and credit scores work, how to shop for a loan, how to negotiate during the buying process, and how to close the deal. The obligations of a homeowner will also be addressed, as will household budgeting.
Those who take part in the class will receive a certificate of completion. A printer can produce presentation folders that can be used to distribute informational materials and other items to the participants in a workshop like this.
The workshop will take place on November 12 in the Regional Meeting Room of the Dublin Civic Center, located at 1000 Civic Plaza. Anyone who is interested in finding out more is asked to email Ms. Peggy Green at PGreen@HabitatEBSV.org, and they can also visit the Eventbrite page that has been set up for it.
September 16, 2016 by Max
Residents of dublin are invited to come to an event that has been planned for Hayward, and show their support for the people of Flint, Michigan.
Flint has been experiencing a lot of [Read more]
August 19, 2016 by Mark
The city of Dublin will once again be celebrating harvest time, and it has planned festivities to mark the occasion.
The Harvest Fair will see the [Read more]
July 7, 2016 by Max
The city of Dublin will be hosting its annual Harvest fair this October, and a call has gone out to vendors who may be interested in taking part.
The events will feature something for [Read more]