3289 Mt. Diablo Blvd.
Lafayette, CA 94549
Monday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Minuteman Press in Lafayette is conveniently located at the east end of Lafayette, next door to the 4 Star, Lafayette Park Hotel, with easy access to Hwy 24 east & west bound. We are a one stop shop with over 175 years of combined staff experience and have been servicing the greater Bay Area for over 23 years.
Here at Minuteman Press Lafayette we have all of the latest in Xerox Digital equipment, Heidelberg Presses, a wide array of binding and finishing equipment. We offer the entire printing package from business cards, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, booklets, catalogs, NCR forms to Variable data printing, bulk mailing, mail merge and much, much more. We are confident that we can accommodate all of your printing and copying needs.
Whether you are a small, medium, or larger business we offer incredible quality with outstanding turnaround times. Contact Minuteman Press Lafayette and see why our service sets us apart.
Our local libraries are once again stepping into the breach and helping educate residents, this time about the Affordable Care Act. Several libraries in the Lafayette area have taken on the task of assisting local citizens to sign up for healthcare coverage under the new legislation.
A local teen is helping community members learn more about Lafayette history with an innovative technology.
Friday, December 6 marked the first Its a Wonderful Life in Lafayette holiday celebration. The free community event was hosted in Lafayettes Plaza Park, and kicked off the holidays in style. Despite the chilly rain, many merrymakers still came out to celebrate the occasion.
Lafayette Library and Learning Center will be welcoming an extraordinary speaker on during the week ahead. Tim Green, the former professional football player turned lawyer, author, and television personality, will be offering a child-friendly talk about the frustration and fun of growing up.
The Lafayette Community Garden and Outdoor Education Center will be hosting a Fall Harvest Celebration later this month. The garden, which opened to the public this spring, was a three-year project for the community, and Lafayette residents are invited to come in and celebrate the first harvest.
While the weekend of September 21 and 22 started with rain, the clouds eventually parted and the sun shone down on the 18th Annual Lafayette Art, Wine, and Music Festival. This was surely a big relief to festival attendees, since the event was considered the place to be for the weekend. It is one of the biggest festivals in Contra Costa County, and over 100,000 people were expected to attend.
Anyone interested in becoming an independent consultant will want to attend the workshop at taking place next week at the Popup Hood & Hub, 1423 Broadway in Oakland, right next door to Lafayette.
Reflecting the internet worlds shift towards using pictures to create traffic and promote websites, a workshop on Infographic Domination will be held early next week.
A four-day celebration of punk music will commence in Berkeley at 6:00 pm this Friday, June 28, and should be well worth the 20-minute drive for fans of the genre from Lafayette.
It is time for jazz music to arrive at the Duende, 168 19th Street, Oakland, as part of an event shaping up to be well worth the 20-minute drive from Lafayette to get there.