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eLivermore.com Community Calendar
June 2009

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Colors:  Livermore - Pleasanton - Dublin - Bankhead Theater - Other or multiple

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Continuous Events
Lvr History Center
Pls Museum

2009 

1
Sun:
05:47 -- 20:23
Moon:
14:49 -- 01:59

 

2
Sun:
05:47 -- 20:24
Moon:
15:53 -- 02:26

Tuesday Tunes 

3
Sun:
05:46 -- 20:25
Moon:
16:57 -- 02:53

1st Wednesday
   Street Party

 

4
Sun:
05:46 -- 20:25
Moon:
18:00 -- 03:23

Lvr Farmers Market

Tri-Valley Fly Fishers
    Meeting

 

5
Sun:
05:46 -- 20:26
Moon:
19:02 -- 03:57

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Concert in the Park 

 

6
Sun:
05:46 -- 20:26
Moon:
20:01 -- 04:37

Pls Farmers Market

25th Annual Putnam
  County Spelling Bee

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

 

Full Moon
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:27
Moon:
20:56 -- 05:22

Niles Canyon Railroad

25th Annual Putnam
  County Spelling Bee

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Lvr Farmers Market

 

8
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:27
Moon:
21:43 -- 06:14

 

9
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:28
Moon:
22:24 -- 07:09

Tuesday Tunes 

10
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:28
Moon:
22:59 -- 08:08

 

11
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:29
Moon:
23:30 -- 09:07

Lvr Farmers Market

 

12
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:29
Moon:
23:56 -- 10:07

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Concert in the Park 

 

13
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:30
Moon:
xx:xx -- 11:06

Livermore Rodeo Parade

Livermore Rodeo

Pls Farmers Market

Asleep at the Wheel

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

 

14  Flag Day
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:30
Moon:
00:21 -- 12:05

Livermore Rodeo

Niles Canyon Railroad

Ravenswood Tours

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Hairspray The Dance Musical

Lvr Farmers Market

 

15  Moon Last Qtr
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:30
Moon:
00:45 -- 13:04

 

16
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:31
Moon:
01:09 -- 14:06

Tuesday Tunes 

17
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:31
Moon:
01:35 -- 15:11

LHG Forum -
   Don Larson 

18
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:31
Moon:
02:05 -- 16:20

Lvr Farmers Market

Museum on Main Lecture
  -  History of LLNL

Heart -
   Wente Concert

Circus Vargas

 

19
Sun:
05:45 -- 20:32
Moon:
02:40 -- 17:32

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Concert in the Park 

Circus Vargas

 

20
Sun:
05:46 -- 20:32
Moon:
03:23 -- 18:45

Pls Farmers Market

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

EAA Young Eagles Rally

Sommerfest

Circus Vargas

 

21  Father's Day
  First Day of Summer
    
(Summer Solstice)
 
Sun:
05:46 -- 20:32
Moon:
04:17 -- 19:55

Niles Canyon Railroad

LHG Garage Open

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Lvr Farmers Market

Circus Vargas

 

22   New Moon
Sun:
05:46 -- 20:32
Moon:
05:22 -- 20:56

Circus Vargas

 

23
Sun:
05:46 -- 20:32
Moon:
06:35 -- 21:47

Tuesday Tunes 

24
Sun:
05:47 -- 20:33
Moon:
07:53 -- 22:29

 

25
Sun:
05:47 -- 20:33
Moon:
09:10 -- 23:04

Lvr Farmers Market

 

26
Sun:
05:47 -- 20:33
Moon:
10:23 -- 23:35

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Concert in the Park 

 

27
Sun:
05:48 -- 20:33
Moon:
11:33 -- xx:xx

Pls Farmers Market

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Lark in the Park

Cattlemen's Rock / Country Fest

 

28
Sun:
05:48 -- 20:33
Moon:
12:40 -- 00:02

Niles Canyon Railroad

Ravenswood Tours

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Lvr Farmers Market

 

29  Moon 1st Qtr
Sun:
05:48 -- 20:33
Moon:
13:46 -- 00:29

 

30
Sun:
05:49 -- 20:33
Moon:
14:50 -- 00:56

Tuesday Tunes 

June Averages

Ave Hi: 83.3º
Ave Lo: 51.7º
Ave Rain: 0.10"
Weather Page

 

Key:
Sun: rise -- set
Moon: rise -- set

See Notes on Sun / Moon

Continuous Events
Lvr History Center
Pls Museum

 
Other Months
January 2009 February 2009 March 2009 April 2009 May 2009 June 2009
July 2009 August 2009 September 2009 October 2009 November 2009 December 2009
Other Calendar Information
Main Calendar Page School Calendars:  2008-2009    2009-2010 Holiday Dates & Descriptions
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The information on this calendar was obtained from many sources, and many organizations.  Every attempt is made to provide accurate information.  Organizations sometimes make changes, and I am not always informed.  Please follow the "More Info" links to check for updates from the sponsoring organization.  If you find errors, please email webservant@eLivermore.com.

June 2009 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  
Pleasanton Farmer's Market  
Niles Canyon Railway Ravenswood Docent Tours
  Livermore Amateur Radio Klub Meeting

 

   
Personal Safety in Parks
 

 

 

 


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June 2
Tuesday

 

 

 

Personal Safety in Parks
Encountering a cougar while strolling through a local Livermore park might seem like a rare chance, but the ranger staff for the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District want to make sure park-goers are prepared. Even if it’s something as simple as locking the car, it’s never too soon to think about safety precautions.

LARPD Ranger Patti Cole will offer a free presentation, “Personal Safety in Parks,” co-sponsored by the Livermore Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association. This is the first time for the presentation at LARPD.
Individuals and families who use LARPD parks, whether it be the expansive Sycamore Grove Regional Park or a smaller neighborhood park, can stand to benefit from this presentation. The presentation will cover topics such as hiking with children and checking playground equipment, plus much more.

The LARPD ranger staff is hoping to raise people’s general awareness through this presentation. Oftentimes, because it is rare to have any significant law enforcement issues arise in the parks, visitors can become complacent and leave purses, cell phones, wallets and other valuables in visible sight in their cars while they enjoy the park. In addition to these types of concerns, the regional parks especially have a variety of wildlife. The more people know about the creatures in the parks, the more likely they are to have a pleasant experience.

“Personal Safety in Parks” is free to attend and will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 2, at the Robert Livermore Community Center, 4444 East Ave., Livermore. Reservations are suggested by calling LARPD at 925-960-2400 or 925-373-5700.
Sponsor: LARPD
Location:  Robert Livermore Community Center, 4444 East Ave., Livermore
Times:  7:00pm to 9:00pm
Admission: Free
More info: call LARPD at 925-960-2400 or 925-373-5700

 

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf - Studio Theater
 

 

 


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June 5-7
June 12-14
June 19-21
June 26-28

Fri-Sun

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf - Studio Theater
WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? was the winner of the 1963 Tony Award for Best Play. The Broadway production was a shattering and memorable experience and proclaimed Edward Albee as a major American playwright.
Sponsor: Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre (formerly Pleasanton Playhouse)
Location:  1048 Serpentine Lane, Suite 309 Pleasanton, CA 94566 
Times:  Fridays & Saturday: 8:00pm.  Sunday Matinees: 2:00pm
Admission: Adults: $25, Seniors (60+): $22, Juniors (under 18): $20  Season Tickets: Adults: $67.00;  Over 60 or Under 18: $60
More info: Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre (formerly Pleasanton Playhouse)
 
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

At the Bankhead Theater

 

 


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June 6-7
Sat-Sun

 

 

 

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
How do you spell H-I-T? In the Broadway play and Tony-Award winning new musical comedy THE 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE, six young people in the throes of puberty, overseen by grown-ups who barely managed to escape childhood themselves, learn that winning isn’t everything and that losing doesn’t necessarily make you a loser. SPELLING BEE has been hailed by the Wall Street Journal as “perfect in every possible way – that rarity of rarities, a super-smart musical that is also a bona fide crowd pleaser.” “Funniest Thing in Seven Consonants” (The Washington Post)
Sponsor: Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center
Location:  Bankhead Theater - LVPAC web site - eLivermore Bankhead Theater page
Times:  Sat: 3:00pm & 8:00pm.  Sun: 2:00pm & 7:00pm
Admission: Adults: $75/$65/$45/$35
Tickets:  Bankhead Theater Box Office info  -  LVPAC Online Ordering page
More info: eLivermore.com theater pageLivermore Valley Performing Arts CenterSpelling Bee web site
 
Asleep at the Wheel

At the Bankhead Theater

 

 


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June 13
Sat

 

 

 

Asleep at the Wheel
Can a wheel reinvent itself while it's still rolling? Sounds like an impossible task -- but you never want to say "impossible" to Asleep at the Wheel. Led by guitarist and vocalist Ray Benson the band has not only been entertaining audiences with its own genre-busting music for nearly four decades, but has never been afraid to try something new -- including a reinvention, inspired by the past, that rolls joyously toward a long and shining future. This legendary outfit is riding a wave of success with its Western swing, boogie, and roots-music.
Sponsor: Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center
Location:  Bankhead Theater - LVPAC web site - eLivermore Bankhead Theater page
Times:  8:00pm
Admission: Adults: $55/$40/$35/$30.  Students (17 & under): $12.
Tickets:  Bankhead Theater Box Office info  -  LVPAC Online Ordering page
More info: eLivermore.com theater pageLivermore Valley Performing Arts Center
 
Livermore Rodeo Parade

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June 13
Saturday

 

 

 

Livermore Rodeo Parade
A long tradition in Livermore.  See the Parade Web site for more details.
Sponsor: Livermore Rotary
Times:
10am
Admission:  Free
Location:  2nd & 3rd Streets
More info: Livermore Rodeo Parade Web Site (Part of eLviermore.com)
Photos of past parades, including historical photos.
Livermore Rodeo

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June 13 & 14
Saturday & Sunday
Livermore Rodeo
"The World's Fastest Rodeo"
Location: Rodeo Grounds at Robertson Park
Times: 7am to 10pm
More info: Livermore Events
   or Livermore Pro Rodeo Asso
Hairspray The Dance Musical

At the Bankhead Theater

 


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June 14
Sunday

 

 

 

Hairspray The Dance Musical
Amador Dance Xtreme Presents "Hairspray The Dance Musical". This is our annual studio showcase. The show includes dancers ages 2 through adult dancing in tap, jazz, ballet, lyrical, hip hop and comtemporary. Dancers will showcase the skills they have learned this season at Amador Dance Xtreme. The show contains three acts: The Xtreme Force Dance Company, Hairspray and our Ballet Carnival of Animals.
Sponsor: Amador Dance Xtreme
Location:  Bankhead Theater - LVPAC web site - eLivermore Bankhead Theater page
Times:  2:00pm
Admission: $23.50 / $18.50 / $13.50
More info: Amador Dance Xtreme, Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center

 
Livermore Heritage Guild History Forum - Don Larson
 

 

 


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June 17
Wednesday

 

 

 

Livermore Heritage Guild History Forum - Don Larson
Don Larsen, teacher, artist & author will share the lively story of a couple married for many years, describing how they used humor to get through the "November years" of their lives. Light refreshments.
Sponsor: Livermore Heritage Guild
Location:  Livermore Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Ave.
Times:  7:30pm.  Doors open at 7:00pm
Admission: Donations Appreciated.
More info: Livermore Heritage Guild
 
Circus Vargas
 

 

 


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June 18-22
Thurs-Mon

 

 

 

Circus Vargas
Circus Vargas presents a traditional Circus under the Big Top Tent. It is a family show that features clowns, acrobats, comedy, aerial displays and more.
Sponsor: Circus Vargas
Location:  Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Times:  Thurs: 7:30p;  Fri:  4:30 & 7:30pm;  Sat & Sun: 1:30, 4:30, 7:30pm;  Mon 7pm
Admission: Adult: $20-$45.  Kids: $15-$45;  Parking: $8
More info: Fairgrounds Web Site, Circus Vargas

 
Museum on Main Lecture - History of LLNL
 

 

 


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June 18
Thursday

 

 

 

Museum on Main Lecture - History of the Lawrence Livermore Lab
History of the Lawrence Livermore Lab – Maxine Trost
Sponsor: Museum on Main
Location:  Lynnewood United Methodist Church, 4444 Black Ave, Pleasanton
Times:  7:00pm
Admission: $10 donation ($5 for ALVHS members)
More info: Museum on Main
Sommerfest 2009
  June 20
Saturday


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Sommerfest 2009
Bring the family, invite your friends and come for dinner and dancing.
Enjoy the Karl Lebherz Band
and the Golden Gate Bavarian Dancers.
GERMAN WURST, KRAUT, STUDEL, BEER, WINE, SOFT DRINKS AND MORE
All proceeds benefit Livermore Cultural Arts Council School Arts Programs!
Sponsor: Livermore Cultural Arts Council
Location:  The Barn in Livermore - 3131 Pacific Ave.
Times:  5:00pm to 10:00pm
Admission: $12.00 Adults, $4 Children 3-12
   Food Plate: $10 (children $6).  Bavarian Sausage Plate with Weinkraut, Potato Salad, Roll
   Dessert $2
   Original Bavarian Beer from Tap: $5
   Soft Drinks $1, Wine $5
   The whole packet including admission in advance for $29.
   For tickets in advance, you get a souvenir Livermore Sommerfest glass “Stein” for your beer. Children’s package includes admission, food and a soft drink for $10.

Tickets:  Tickets available on line, click on Brown Paper Tickets, or call 1-800-838-3006 and ask for the “Livermore Sommerfest”
More info: Livermore Cultural Arts Council
Cattlemen's Rock / Country Fest

At the Bankhead Theater

 

 


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June 27
Sat

 

 

 

Cattlemen's Rock / Country Fest
Tom Russell's songs have been recorded by Johnny Cash, Doug Sahm, Nancy Griffith, Joe Ely, Iris Dement, Ian Tyson, KD Lang, Suzy Bogguss, Ramblin´ Jack Elliott, Jeff Walker, Dave Van Ronk and other great artists. He has recorded 25 records and one DVD and has published three books and his songs have appeared in a dozen movies and television series including: Tremors, Songcatcher and Northern Exposure. In 2007 HighTone Records released Wounded Heart of America, a collection of artists who have recorded Tom Russell songs – from Johnny Cash to Eliza Gilkyson. The record also includes Russell´s version of his Who´s Gonna Build Your Wall? which won the 2008 Folk Alliance "Song of the Year."

Paul Tolle and the Deadman Band - What would you get if you take Travis Tritt, Hank Williams Jr., and Motley Crue and toss them all in a blender with a whiskey shot? Chances are you would come up with a southern rock high energy show just like the one you see at a Paul Tolle performance. The band has opened for groups such as George Thorogood, Kiss, Poison, Alice In Chains, Eddie Money, Sara Evans, Velvet Revolver and Montrose.

The Rockstar Cowgirl - Lisa Marie is a local Livermore talent with a music video on country music television (CMT).
Sponsor: Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center
Location:  Bankhead Theater - LVPAC web site - eLivermore Bankhead Theater page
Times:  7:00pm
Admission: Adults: $45 / $35
Tickets:  Bankhead Theater Box Office info  -  LVPAC Online Ordering page
More info: eLivermore.com theater pageLivermore Valley Performing Arts Center
 

Lark in the Park - Moller Park
 

 

 

 


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June 27
Sat

 

 

 

Lark in the Park
“Lark in the Park,” led my a museum docent and sponsored by Pleasanton’s Museum On Main, takes you one Saturday each month to one of Pleasanton’s local parks and helps you explore the local history that surrounds it. Participants begin each event at the designated park where the activities will take place.

This month is a visit to Moller Park. All events are from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

An information sheet on each park will be handed out. Photos of the parks will be available for purchase, $5 for one quality photo; $1 for one photocopy. An activity related to that park’s history will be presented. Yearly membership in the Lark in the Park is $25 per person and includes passport, binder, and one photo of each park’s special history.

Donations are gratefully accepted and a portion will go toward the Museum’s Educational Scholarship Fund. The goal this year is to raise $1,000 for a competitive scholarship between the two high schools. Next year plans are to have scholarship programs for both schools.

2009 - March 28, Hansen Park; April 25, Orloff Park; May 23 Kottinger Park; June 27, Moller Park; July 25, Veteran’s Park; August 22; Delucchi Park.
Sponsor: Museum on Main
Location:  Moller Park
Times:  10am to 2:00pm
Admission: $25 for a full year's membership
More info: Museum on Main
 

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