Hayward downtown ready to light up the night

November 10, 2017 by  

As part of the festive season, the community of Hayward’s downtown district will be lighting up the nighttime sky, and everyone is invited to join in the spirit of the occasion.

The city will be [Read more]

Pets set to take center stage in Hayward parade

November 5, 2017 by  

The Hayward Animal Shelter Volunteers have organized an event that they hope will be both fun for everyone who takes part, whether they walk on two legs, four legs, or none at all.

The Santa Paws Pet Parade will [Read more]

Hayward invited to day of family fun at FamFest

October 31, 2017 by  

An upcoming family event will see members of the public from Hayward and the surrounding areas heading to the Ashland Youth Complex to take part in a day of activities for the whole family. [Read more]

Hayward set to celebrate the area’s natural side

September 30, 2017 by  

Origami, which is the art of paper folding, has been practiced in Japan for many years, and residents of Hayward will soon have an opportunity to learn more about this [Read more]

Hayward golfers invited to improve their game

August 20, 2017 by  

Hayward’s KMR Golf Academy will soon be offering golfers an opportunity to have fun while sharpening their skills on the links.

The NCGA PLAY! Fall Series will run over a [Read more]

Hayward neighborhoods invited to stand together against crime

July 23, 2017 by  

A celebration is on the way for Hayward that will strengthen the bond between neighbors, law enforcement professionals, and other first responders who help to keep the community safe.

In Hayward, locals are encouraged to join with their neighbors to host block parties and other neighborhood events. These could be anything from a casual barbeque to festivities that are much larger. Once a group has planned its activities, it can register with the city to join others all across North America that will also be taking part in National Night Out.

According to the organizers, one of the goals of the evening will be to form strong connections between the police and other emergency services and members of the community, while at the same time providing proof that its residents stand united against crime. Those who plan events are encouraged to record the fun and share it with others, as this can help the movement to grow. An area printer can be counted on to supply banners and other decorations for these types of events.

August 1 has been set aside for the National Night Out block parties and related events in Hayward, and anyone who is planning a function has been asked to register it on or before next Monday, July 24. Further details, as well as contact numbers for the community’s crime prevention specialists, can be found on the website.

Hayward to hear state of the city

June 10, 2017 by  

With another year past, it is time once again for the Hayward Chamber of Commerce to host the State of the City Address. The event will feature local politicians and entrepreneurs in one of the biggest [Read more]

Hayward gets ready to tango

May 27, 2017 by  

Residents in Hayward and the surrounding areas are getting ready for the Hayward Area Recreation Department’s ‘It Takes Two to Tango’. The event features demonstrations, dancing, and more.

The evening starts with a [Read more]

Hayward to host film festival

April 29, 2017 by  

Residents in Hayward and the rest of the Bay Area are looking forward to the 2017 Hayward Film Festival. The film brings together local filmmakers for an evening of cinematic exploration.

The fest was first started in 2015 by Community Multimedia Academy, as well as the Hayward Area Historical Society and the Bay Area Digital Arts. The goal was to provide students an outlet through which to share their creativity, tell their own stories, and further immerse themselves in the filmmaking world. No prizes are awarded at the event, rather the intention is to hold up all of the entries as unique contributions to the Bay Area and worthy of celebration.

Young directors were asked to submit films in categories such as documentary, animation, PSA, narrative, and experimental. Films had to be only six minutes in length, but excerpts from longer films could have been submitted to serve as promotional products. Entry was strongly encouraged for all students in Bay Area School District. At the festival itself, a selection roughly 20 different films will be shown, serving as a showcase of the most talented works.

The Hayward Film Festival will be held on Thursday, May 4th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the Hayward Area Historical Society, located at 22380 Foothill Blvd. Admission is free to the public. Anyone looking for more information should visit the website.

Hayward crazy for compost

March 29, 2017 by  

Gardening enthusiasts in the Hayward area are looking forward to Waste Management’s Compost Giveaway. The all-day event offers a green alternative to fertilizer that everyone can enjoy.

For most people, the [Read more]

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