|The East Bay's Ninth Annual Walnut Creek on Ice |
Open daily, 11AM to 8PM,November 15, 2013 through January 12, 2014. Eight thousand square feet of ice set in a charming winter wonderland scene in Walnut Creek's Civic Park. For more information, please visit: www.iceskatewalnutcreek.com
|Basic Manners Classes|
Do you want to know how to communicate what you want to your dog? Ever wonder why they act as they do? Learn how to teach your dog useful life skills like loose leash walking, attention, sit, down, and recall in a positive, fun, and low stress environment. This class aims to have your whole family, two and four legged, coexisting happily in a matter of weeks. All sizes of dogs are welcome. Class lasts for six weeks; for dogs 18 weeks and older.
|Chamber Office Closed|
The Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce will be closed in observance of the following holidays in 2012-2013: Martin Luther King Day, Presidents' Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving (28th & 29th) & Christmas (through New Year's) Holidays.
|01/01/14||Constant Contact Flyers|
Free Seminar Series
|01/01/14||Business TradeFaire Extraordinaire March 21, 2013|
|Walnut Creek Young Professionals|
|01/01/14||LCC Yearbook for PDF Only|
Stand up for animals at Comedy Night, an evening of laughter benefiting Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation’s (ARF) lifesaving programs. Tickets available for purchase in early December - watch arf.net for updates and lineup announcements!
|01/04/14||Stars to the Rescue XXIII|
Start 2014 in style with Tony La Russa and ARF as we present the 23rd annual Stars to the Rescue. Proceeds from this star-studded evening benefit ARF’s programs, which promote positive relationships between people and animals. Scheduled to appear are singer and multi-instrumentalist Bruce Hornsby, Grateful Dead founding member Bob Weir, comedian Allan Harvey, and more! Tickets available for purchase in early December - watch arf.net for updates and lineup announcements!
Monthly Education Committee Meeting. This is a committee of business, education and civic leaders who facilitate student's transition from school to work. Focus on partnering local business with local education to the benefit of both groups. Meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 8:30 a.m. [from September - April]
|01/10/14||Therapeutic Garden Walks: Gardens at Heather Farm|
Therapeutic Garden Programs; Autumn and Winter Walks; With Garden Director Patrice Hanlon The Gardens at Heather Farm invites visitors to celebrate the beauty of the garden during the quiet season. Autumn and winter offer many images of great beauty that are often overlooked as summer fades. Join Patrice, who offers therapeutic horticultural classes and holds a certificate in Horticultural Therapy, for a second series of monthly outdoor narrated walks to relieve the winter doldrums. Each walk is designed to provide a respite from the darker days of winter by observing the subtleties and beauty of the winter garden. This walk is held rain, or shine; dress warmly and wear comfortable walking shoes. You will have the opportunity for reflection in your own personal journal. The walks each end with hot tea and muffins! Dates: Four Fridays from 9:30-11:00am October 4: The Finale of the Season - Pods, Berries and Leaves November 8: The Bones of the Garden- Deciduous Trees and Shrubs December 6: Winter Mysteries- Evergreens and California Natives January 10: Winter Migration- Bird Walk (to be led by an experienced birder)