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October 2005
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Ave Hi: 78.2º
Ave Lo: 47.6º
Ave Rain: 0.69"
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Sun: rise -- set
Moon: rise -- set

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2005

   

Continuous Events
Lvr History Center
Pls Museum

1
Sun: 07:03 -- 18:50
Moon: 05:18 -- 18:15

Pls Farmers Market
Sunol Country Festival
Home & Garden Show
2
Sun: 07:04 -- 18:48
Moon: 6:18 -- 18:36

Niles Canyon Railroad
Family Firehouse Festival
Home & Garden Show
3  New Moon
Sun: 07:05 -- 18:47
Moon: 07:18 -- 18:59

 
4
Sun: 07:06 -- 18:45
Moon: 08:21 -- 19:23

 
5
Sun: 07:06 -- 18:44
Moon: 09:25 -- 19:50

 
6
Sun: 07:07 -- 18:42
Moon: 10:33 -- 20:24

Lvr Farmers Market
Fleet Week
 
7
Sun: 07:08 -- 18:41
Moon: 11:43 -- 21:05

Fleet Week
 
8
Sun: 07:09 -- 18:39
Moon: 12:51 -- 21:56

Alden Lane Fall Fest
Pls Farmers Market
Hot Import Daze
Fleet Week
 
9
Sun: 07:10 -- 18:38
Moon: 13:55 -- 22:57

Alden Lane Fall Fest
Ravenswood Tours
Pleasanton Antique Faire
Fleet Week
10  Moon 1st Qtr
  Columbus Day
Sun: 07:11 -- 18:36
Moon: 14:50 -- xx:xx

Fleet Week
 
11
Sun: 07:12 -- 18:35
Moon: 15:36 -- 00:07

 
12
Sun: 07:13 -- 18:34
Moon: 16:14 -- 01:22

 
13
Sun: 07:14 -- 18:32
Moon: 16:46 -- 02:38

Lvr Farmers Market
 
14
Sun: 07:15 -- 18:31
Moon: 17:15 -- 03:52
FOV Home Winemakers
Pops Concert

Golf Show
15
Sun: 07:16 -- 18:29
Moon: 17:41 -- 05:05
500 seat theater
    groundbreaking

Art Walk & Studio Tour
Pls Farmers Market
Alden Lane Fall Fest
Pleasanton Ghostwalk
Pops Concert

Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Fest
Ladies High Tea
Harvest Preview
Golf Show
16
Sun: 07:17 -- 18:28
Moon: 18:07 -- 06:17

Alden Lane Fall Fest
Niles Canyon Railroad

Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Fest
Harvest Preview

Golf Show
17  Full Moon
Sun: 07:18 -- 18:27
Moon: 18:35 -- 07:29

 
18
Sun: 07:19 -- 18:25
Moon: 19:05 -- 08:41

 
19
Sun: 07:19 -- 18:24
Moon: 19:41 -- 09:52

LHG History Forum
  The Light Bulb with
   its own Cam

 
20
Sun: 07:20 -- 18:23
Moon: 20:22 -- 11:01

Lvr Farmers Market &
Thirsty Thursday

ALVHS Lecture Series:
  Ghosts of Pleasanton
     
21
Sun: 07:21 -- 18:21
Moon: 21:11 -- 12:05

Haunted House
 
22
Sun: 07:22 -- 18:20
Moon: 22:05 -- 13:02

Alden Lane Fall Fest
Pls Farmers Market
KKIQ Grape Stomp

Valley Concert Choral
  -  Evening w/Daniel Glover

Del Valle Dog Show
23
Sun: 07:23 -- 18:19
Moon: 23:04 -- 13:51

Ravenswood Tours
Alden Lane Fall Fest
Del Valle Dog Show
24  Moon Last Qtr
Sun: 07:24 -- 18:18
Moon: xx:xx -- 14:31

Del Valle Dog Show
25
Sun: 07:25 -- 18:16
Moon: 00:06 -- 15:04

 
26
Sun: 07:26 -- 18:15
Moon: 01:07 -- 15:32

Calif Indi Film Festival
 
27
Sun: 07:27 -- 18:14
Moon: 02:07 -- 15:56

Lvr Downtown
  Trick or Treat

Calif Indi Film Festival
28
Sun: 07:28 -- 18:13
Moon: 03:07 -- 16:18

Calif Indi Film Festival
Gem Faire
 
29
Sun: 07:30 -- 18:12
Moon: 04:06 -- 16:40

Pls Farmers Market
Turtle Island String Quartet
Calif Indi Film Festival
Gem Faire
DeafNation Expo
30  Daylight Savings Time Ends
Sun: 06:31 -- 17:10
Moon: 04:06 -- 16:02

Calif Indi Film Festival
Gem Faire
31   Reformation Day
    
Halloween
Sun: 06:32 -- 17:09
Moon: 05:08 -- 16:25

 

 

See our
Halloween Events Page
for Tri-Valley Halloween
 & Fall happenings

2005

Dates to be determined:
Haunted House
 
Other Months
January 2005 February 2005 March 2005 April 2005 May 2005 June 2005
July 2005 August 2005 September 2005 October 2005 November 2005 December 2005
January 2006 February 2006 March 2006 April 2006 May 2006 June 2006
Other Calendar Information
Main Calendar Page School Calendars:  2005-06 Holiday Dates & Descriptions
Add or Correct Event Yearly Calendars List of Recurring Events

 

October 2005 Details

The details for the following reoccurring events are on a separate page, common to all calendar months.  This saves download time.  Click the item for the details.
   
Livermore History Center Highway Garage Open
Museum on Main St  
Livermore Farmer's Market Pleasanton Farmer's Market
Niles Canyon Railway Ravenswood Docent Tours
  Livermore Amateur Radio Klub Meeting

 

   
Home & Garden Show
 

 

 

 


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Sept 30-Oct 2
Fri-Sun

 

 

 

Home & Garden Show
Whether you own your home or rent, you'll find everything you need to enjoy your home in one great location. This show gives homeowners the perfect opportunity to get their home improvement projects completed before the winter months. Bring warmth indoors with natural lighting from skylights, ceramic tile, and the latest in kitchen and bath renovations. Continue to enjoy your outdoor environment with winter color in your landscape, rich wood decking, sunroom enclosures, and heated spas.
Sponsor: Capital Showcase
Location:  Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Times:  12-7 (Fri); 10-7 (Sat); 10-6 (Sun)
Admission: $5 adults, children 12 & under free; $8 parking.
More info:  www.capitalshowcase.com or Fairgrounds web site
 
Sunol Country Festival


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October 1
Saturday

 

 

Sunol Country Festival
Arts and Crafts, Pet Parade, Children's Activities, Silent Auction, Raffle
Children's games, Horse Back Rides, Train Rides.
Bands:  Nightmare on Bourbon Street (R&B), Donner Mountain Bluegrass Band
Sponsor: Sunol Business Guild
Location:  Main Street, Sunol
Times:  10am to 4pm
Admission: Free Admission, Free Parking
More info: Sunol.net or (925) 862-2263
Firehouse Family Festival
 

 

 

 


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October 2
Sunday

 

 

 

Firehouse Family Festival
The Firehouse Family Festival, benefiting the historic downtown firehouse conversion into the Firehouse Art Center will be held on Sunday, October 2 in downtown Pleasanton. There is no admission charge. All proceeds benefit the firehouse project.

The day will feature a 5K Fun Run/Walk, Kid’s Dash, family carnival with games, bouncies, pony rides and children’s petting zoo, a rib barbecue and live music.

Proceeds from this premier event will benefit the firehouse conversion project through the Pleasanton Cultural Arts Foundation (PCAF).

The conversion of the historic 1929 firehouse into a downtown arts center is estimated to cost approximately $8.5 million. The City of Pleasanton has committed $5.2 million toward this goal, with the balance to be raised from the community by the PCAF. The facility will include a 240-seat theater, galleries and classrooms.

Firehouse Family Festival will be filled with events for the family.

8 a.m. --The Pump House 5K Fun Run/Walk on a course through part of downtown, through the Alameda County Fairgrounds, and finishing on Division Street in the historic downtown. The event will begin at Neal Street. Registration begins at 7 a.m. The pre-registration entry fee is $20 per person for all age groups. The registration day entry fee is $25 per person for all age groups. A pre-registration family entry fee is available for $10 per person for a family of four or more. All participants will receive an event t-shirt, goody bags and after-race refreshments. Medals will be awarded to the first three winners in each age group. For entry forms or race information, call Joanie Fields at (925) 462-4312 or visit www.onyourmarkevents.com. Race results will be posted at: www.pleasantonarts.org

10 a.m. -- Kid's Dash – The Kid’s Dash will be held on Railroad Avenue in front of the Old Firehouse. Registration begins at 9 a.m. Entry fee is $15 per child. Children will be grouped according to ages, 2-3 year-olds, 4-5 year olds and 6-7 year olds. All children will receive t-shirts and participation wrist bands for Festival carnival games in Delucchi Park on First Street.

11 a.m. to 4 p.m. -- Family Carnival – Delucchi Park, First Street. Young children can play carnival games where everyone wins prizes. Wristbands will be $10 for unlimited carnival game playing, not including bouncies or other activities listed below.

The carnival will include the rat race maze, slides, bouncie houses for all ages, the Meadowlark Dairy Ice Cream Frosty Walk, pony rides, a children's petting zoo and face painting. The Pleasanton Fire Safety House will be on display for people to learn more about home fire safety. There will be tours of the old firehouse, and works by local artists will be on display.

11:30 a.m. -- Lions Wayside Park, First Street. The Firehouse Family Festival Barbecue will feature Pleasanton’s own Tony Macchiano's award- winning ribs and side dishes for sale with proceeds benefiting the Firehouse Project. Tickets are $15 per person for adults and $8 per person for children and seniors over 65.

Just Before Noon – Ceremonies for the Kick-Off Firehouse fundraising program begin at the Chan Henderson Band Stand in Wayside Park, First Street.

Noon – The Pleasanton Community Concert Band and the Cool Tones will provide an afternoon of great music. People are encouraged to bring blankets or small chairs.

Sponsor: Pleasanton Cultural Arts Council
Location:  Downtown Pleasanton
Times:  8:00am through 4:00, depending on event (see above)
Admission: Free
More info: Joanie Fields (925) 462-4312 or Roz Wright (925) 484-0614

 

Fleet Week in SF Bay
Blue Angels Photos
(external site):
SF Photo Tour

 


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October 6 to 10
Thurs-Mon

 

 

 

Fleet Week in SF Bay
The Navy comes to SF Bay, including Aircraft Carriers and the Blue Angles.
Sponsor: US Navy
Location:  SF Bay
Times:  See Fleet Week Site
Admission:
More info: Fleet Week Site, SF Photo Tour
 
Hot Import Daze
 

 

 

 


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Oct 8
Fri-Sun

 

 

 

Hot Import Daze
Lifestyle car event, featuring top show cars, top DJs and entertainment, models, musicians, and special exhibitions. Other features include drift exhibition, stunt bikes, music, model competitions, food, and car displays.
Sponsor: Action Media
Location:  Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Times:  12pm to 7pm
Admission: $19 general; Children under 6 free; $8 parking.  $2 discount with flyer
More info:  www.hotimportdaze.com or Fairgrounds web site
 
Alden Lane Fall Festival


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Oct 8-9,
Oct 15-16,
Oct 22-23,
Sat & Sun

 

 

 

Alden Lane Fall Festival
Celebration of autumn.  Pony rides, apple tasting, antique farm equipment, music, and much more.
Scarecrow building contest
Pumpkins for Sale, Pony rides, Petting Zoo for Kids of all ages, Antique Walnut Huller and Broom Maker, Farmer's Market, Candy Cart Apple Tasting: (Over 9 varieties of farm fresh apples), Play Games and learn new Crafts with the Scouts, The Van Arkle Family Antique Farm Equipment, Russell Bearrows Antique Blacksmithing
Sponsor: Alden Lane Nursery
Location:  981 Alden Lane, Livermore
Times:  11am to 4pm
Admission: Free
More info: Alden Lane Nursery

 
Pleasanton Antique Faire
 

 

 

 


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October 9
Saturday

 

 

 

Pleasanton Antique Faire
One of the West Coast's largest Antique Faires takes place on Main Street. No beanie babies, just the real deal. Main Street becomes Antique Heaven!  Browse and shop the vast array of quality antiques and collectibles from more than 425 dealers.
Sponsor:  Pleasanton Downtown Association.
Location:  Main Street, Pleasanton
Times:  8:00am to 4:00pm
Admission: Free
More info: Pleasanton Downtown Association.

 
Northern California Fall Golf Show
 

 

 

 


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October 14-16
Fri-Sun

 

 

 

Northern California Fall Golf Show
The largest fall consumer golf show in California, with terrific year-end sales on golf equipment. More than 75 exhibitors will feature the latest in golf equipment and apparel, resorts, public and private golf courses, and other related businesses. Special features include a Golf Mart clearance center, free lessons from pros, door prizes and giveaways, putting greens, an indoor par 3 hole, interactive areas, and a manufacturer demo area.
Sponsor: Varsity Communications, Inc.
Location:  Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Times:  11am to 8pm (Friday; 9am to 6pm (Sat); 0am to 4pm (Sun)
Admission: $10 adults; $8 seniors; $8 students (13-16), $5 juniors (10-12); children under 10 free; $8 parking.  $2 discount available on the norcalgolfshow web site.
More info: www.norcalgolfshow.com or Fairgrounds web site
 
Pops Concert - Livermore-Amador Symphony
 

 

 


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October 14-15
Friday-Saturday
Pops Concert
Livermore-Amador Symphony
Art Barnes conducting, and featuring
  • The Livermore-Amador Symphony playing colorful orchestral pops music
  • Ron Graham, piano, playing Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue
  • Several sing-alongs led by Bob Stansbury

Costumes optional but appreciated! - Prizes for the best costumes related to the theme "Pops in Color"
Bring your dinner! No alcoholic beverages may be brought into The Barn. Soft drinks, cider, tea, coffee wine and "Sam Adams" beer for sale.
Buy tickets for a drawing to conduct the orchestra! Buy tickets for a drawing for a gift baskets donated by the Bank of Walnut Creek, one for each night!
Location: The Barn, Pacific Ave., Livermore
Times:  Doors open at 7:00.  Music Starts at 8:00.
Admission: All seats are $18.00
More info: Livermore-Amador Symphony
   or Livermore Events

Friends of the Vineyards Home Winemakers and Grape Growers (HWAGG)
 

 

 


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October 14
Friday

 

 

 

Friends of the Vineyards Home Winemakers and Grape Growers (HWAGG)
Winemaking Seminar with Guest Speaker
Sponsor: Friends of the Vineyards
Location: TBD
Times:  TBD
Admission: Generally about $5.00
More info: Friends of the Vineyards
 
500 seat Community Theater Groundbreaking
 

 

 

 


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October 15
Saturday

 

 

 

500 seat Community Theater Groungbreaking
We’re Bringing World-Class Theater to the Livermore Valley!
Please Join Us to Celebrate Groundbreaking of the 500-seat Community Theater
Performances by the Livermore Opera, Triple Threat Performing Arts, Valley Shakespeare
Sponsor: Hosted by the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center in conjunction with Artwalk*, the City of Livermore, the Livermore Chamber of Commerce and Livermore Downtown Inc.
Location:  2400 First Street. Access on Railroad Avenue, across from the new parking garage Look for the Tent!
Times:  10:00 to Noon
Admission: Free
More info: www.livermoreperformingarts.org

Tri-Valley Art Walk & Downtown Studio Tour
 

 

 


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October 15
Saturday

Some of this info from 2004

 

 

Fourth Annual Tri-Valley Art Walk & Downtown Studio Tour
Pairs artists with local businesses to sell directly to the public.
More than 50 businesses will host 80 individual artists from the Tri-Valley and beyond.
Art and film students from Livermore and Granada High Schools will have their work on display at Groth Bros Chevrolet on L St.
Las Positas College will gather at Way Up Art & Frame to display their work.
Preview at Forrester's Hall, 2nd & J, opens at 10a.m.
Maps will also be available at Forrester's hall and most participating Businesses, or at the Tri-Valley Art Guild site (link below).
Sponsor: ArtWorks Studios
Location:  Downtown Livermore, 1st, 2nd Streets from M to Livermore
Times:  11:00am to 5:00 PM
Admission: Free
More info: Tri Valley Art Guild or Livermore Events.
Ghostwalk
 

 

 


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October 15
Saturday

 

 

 

Ghostwalk
At this nighttime adventure, walkers will receive guided tours of legendary ghostly haunting sites. Who knows what they will meet.
Walks begin at the museum located near the Main Street Arch. Reservations are required. Book your tour early as this promises to be a very popular event.
Sponsor: ALVHS (Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society)
Location: Museum on Main Street.  603 Main St, Pleasanton
Times:  Every half hour starting from 5:30 to 8:30pm
Admission: $10 adults; $5 children; $8/$4 for members
More info: at the Museum on Main  462-2766  Museum on Main Street
 
Ladies of Pleasanton's Past High Tea
 

 

 

 


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October 15
Saturday

 

 

 

Ladies of Pleasanton's Past High Tea
The Museum will be transformed into a beautiful tea house with lovely tea tables and favors for all. General Pleasonton (cq) and his sister, Laura, will come out of retirement to regale guests with stories of Pleasanton’s past. Laura will be discussing the clothes that a lady of the 1860’s wore. Guests are invited to dress in period clothing. There will be a drawing with prizes.
Sponsor: ALVHS (Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society)
Location:  Museum on Main Street.  603 Main St, Pleasanton
Times:  11:30am or 2:30pm
Admission: $25 per person ($20 for members).  Call early for reservations.
More info: at the Museum on Main  462-2766  Museum on Main Street
 
Harvest Preview
 

 

 

 


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October 15-16
Sat-Sun

 

 

 

Harvest Preview
aka the Great Pumpkin Walk
Visit downtown shops as they hold specials.
Sponsor: Pleasanton Downtown Association.
Location:  Downtown Pleasanton
Times:  8:00am to 4:00pm
Admission: Free
More info: Pleasanton Downtown Association.

 
Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival
 

 

 

 


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October 15-16
Sat-Sun

 

 

 

Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkins that dwarf Volkswagens, enchanting events and contests for the whole family, the amazing "Picasso of pumpkin carvers," harvest-inspired crafts, the tastiest pumpkin pie on the planet, three stages of blockbuster entertainment, the ultimate home-spun parade, and the never-ending search for the Great Pumpkin highlight the "Royal Granddaddy"
Sponsor: Miramar Events
Location:  Half Moon Bay Main Street
Times:  10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission: Free
More info: Event Site
 
Livermore Heritage Guild History Forum -
The Light Bulb with its own Cam
 

 



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October 19
Wednesday
The Light Bulb with its own Cam
Tom Bramell reviews and updates the history of the 100 year continuously lit light bulb.
Sponsor: The Livermore Heritage Guild
Location:  Livermore main library, community room.
Times:  7-9pm
Admission: Suggested donation:  $2.00. 
More info: LHG web site
ALVHS Lecture - The Ghosts in Pleasanton
 

 

 


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October 20
Thursday

 

 

 

Lecture - The Ghosts in Pleasanton
Terri Carlson, owner of Milfleur in the Old Kottinger Barn, 200 Ray Street, will talk about “Ghosts of Pleasanton” at the Museum On Main, 603 Main Street, Pleasanton.
Are there spirits living in the Barn? Find out as Carlson regales her audience with stories of her old and new interactions with the ghosts.
Sponsor: ALVHS (Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society)
Location: Museum on Main Street.  603 Main St, Pleasanton
Times:  7:00pm
Admission: $10 donation ($5 for ALVHS members).  Reservations Recommended.
More info: at the Museum on Main  462-2766  Museum on Main Street
 
Del Valle Dog Show
 

 

 

 


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October 22-24
Sat-Mon

 

 

 

Del Valle Dog Show
Sponsored by Royal Canine Dog Foods, this show features individual breed specialties on Saturday, agility trials Saturday and Sunday, and all-breed dog shows and obedience trials Sunday and Monday.
Sponsor: Dell Valle Dog Club
Location:  Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Times:  12pm to 7pm (Fri); 10am to 7pm (Sat); 10am to 5pm (Sun).
Admission: $6 adults; $3 seniors; $3 youth (6-18); children under 6 free; $8 parking
More info: www.dvdc.org or Fairgrounds web site
 
Valley Concert Choral - An Evening of Music with Daniel Glover
 

 

 

 

 


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October 22, 2005
Saturday

 

 

 

Valley Concert Choral - An Evening of Music with Daniel Glover
A piano concert to benefit the Valley Concert Chorale
Glover’s program will feature the works of Russian composers as well as music of Liszt. The evening will include Rachmaninoff’s “Corelli Variations” and Tchaikovsky’s “Dumka, Russian Village Scene.” The concert will feature Liszt’s rarely-heard transcriptions of two Russian melodies, and Balakirev’s dazzling “Islamey, Oriental Fantasy” from Glover’s 2005 CD release, Romantic Russian Encores.
Sponsor: Valley Concert Choral
Location:  First Presbyterian Church, 4th & L Streets, Livermore
Times:  7:30p
Admission:
$25.
Tickets sold at:
     Oasis Books - Livermore
     Bay Books - Pleasanton & San Ramon
     Camerata Music (at Music Exchange) - Dublin
     Town Center Books - Pleasanton
More info: Valley Concert Chorale
KKIQ Grape Stomp - KKIQ Radio
 

 

 

 


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October 22
Saturday

 

 

 

KKIQ Grape Stomp
Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Runs
Sponsor: KKIQ Radio
Location: Starts and ends at Robertson Park
Times: 
Admission:
More info: Pelican Races

 
California Independent Film Festival
 

 

 

 


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Oct 26-30
Thurs-Sun

 

 

 

California Independent Film Festival
Film festival held at the Vine Theater and area wineries, including Rios-Lovell, Cedar Mountain, Tamas Estates & Steven Kent, Wente.
25th anniversary Screening of Motel Hell, with Q&A with co-star Paul Linke
25th anniversary Screening of Airplane!, with Q&A with Robert Hays
Screening of West Side Story, with Q&A with Rita Moreno.
Celebrity Golf Tournament.
Sponsors: Livermore Winegrowers Association, and others
Location:  Livermore Wineries
Times:  See web site
Admission:  Varies. See web site
More info: California Independent Film Festival
Livermore Downtown Trick or Treat

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October 27
Thursday

 

Livermore Downtown Trick or Treat
Hundreds of businesses handing out candy
Costume contests for all ages
Scream contest
Halloween Photo Opportunities
Spooky Stories
Look for the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory setup.
"Motel Hell" cult horror film showing at the Vine Cinema, 9:00pm, $10, Rated "R"
Sponsor:
Livermore Downtown Association (925) 373-1795
Location: Downtown Livermore, on First Street from Livermore Ave to the Vine Theater.
(First street is scheduled to be completed enough for this event).
Times:  5:00 to 8:00pm
Admission: Free (except movie)
More info: Livermore Downtown Association - Livermore Events  -  Wheels page  -  NBC11 page
Gem Faire
 

 

 

 


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October 28-30
Fri-Sun

 

 

 

Gem Faire
Fine jewelry, gems, beads, crystals, rocks, minerals, and much more, at the lowest prices. Jewelry repair while you wait. Exhibitors from all over the world will be onsite. Plus, a chance to win hourly door prizes all weekend.
Sponsor: Gem Faire Inc.
Location:  Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Times:  12pm to 7pm (Fri); 10am to 7pm (Sat); 10am to 5pm (Sun).
Admission: $5 general admission; free for children under 11; $8 parking.  $1 discount available, 2 for 1 discount available gem faire web site.
More info: www.gemfaire.com or Fairgrounds web site
 
DeafNation Expo
 

 

 

 


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October 9
Sat

 

 

 

DevNation Expo
Show features national and local vendors and businesses offering a wide range of products and services, including telephony and communication products, educational books, videos, online services, travel services, crafts, and more.
Sponsor: DeafNation, Inc
Location:  Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Times:  9am to 6pm
Admission: Free; $8 parking.
More info: www.deafnation.com or Fairgrounds web site
 
Haunted House
 

 

 


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October 21
Friday

 

Haunted House
Sponsor: City of Pleasanton Parks and Community Services
Location: Amador Recreation Center
Times: 5:30p - 9:00pm
More info: Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce or call 931-5354
Turtle Island String Quartet
 

 

 

 

 


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October 29
Saturday

 

 

 

Turtle Island String Quartet
"A unified voice that truly breaks new ground...authentic and passionate...a reflection of some of the most creative music-making today." Yo-Yo Ma
"A standard beyond the reach of its few contemporaries... In the multifarious idiom they have all but invented, Turtle Island remains the ne plus ultra." Los Angeles Times
Sponsor: Del Valle Fine Arts
Location:  First Presbyterian Church, 4th & L Streets
Times:  8:00p
Admission: General: $15; Over 62 or full time student: $13; Children and students through high school: Free
More info: Del Valle Fine Arts or Turtle Island String Quartet
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