Tee up a good time at the 2017 Aloha Golf Classic & Dinner – One of the Danville Area Chamber of Commerce’s most FUN events! Golf, Contests, On-course Food/Bev! Cocktails and Dinner. Come enjoy a day on the course at the beautiful and historic Blackhawk Country Club! Don’t golf? – Come for a gourmet dinner at the Clubhouse. Tickets available on the Store!
599 Blackhawk Club Dr, Danville, CA 94506
11:30 AM Call to Carts
12:00 PM Scramble Shotgun Start
5:30 – 6:15 PM No-Host Cocktails, Silent Auction & Raffle Baskets
6:15 – 7:00 PM Dinner & Awards
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Enjoy a fun-filled evening of wine tasting, small bites, the latest offerings from our shops, live music, a commemorative wine glass and trolley rides during the Annual Art and Wine Stroll in Danville. Relish our area’s finest wines as you stroll throughout downtown Danville. Have fun with live music by local favorites throughout the evening.
The event is from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
A truly fun event!
Join us at this year’s Danville Fall Crafts Festival 2017 brought to you by the Danville Area Chamber of Commerce! Our local street fairs and festivals draw families from all over the San Ramon Valley and beyond and we hope you were able to join the fun! Here;s the list of activities:
- Costume Parade
- Art and artists
- Music and dance
- The Classic Car Show
- Food and drink
- Shop local
With limited space, it is a first come, first served basis!
For more information or questions, please call Jodie Brescia (925) 837-4400 or email email@example.com
Mark your calendar for one of the town’s most charming events, the Lighting of the Old Oak Tree. Friday, November 24, from 5:15 to 8:30 p.m. in downtown Danville. In its 41st year, the tree lighting has proven not only a tradition for local families but a community favorite.
Prepare your shopping list and come to enjoy the Danville Girls Chorus and the San Ramon Valley High School Chorus. Around 6:15 p.m., the magic begins when Father Christmas and the Snow Angel arrive, fairy dust is sprinkled, and the Old Oak Tree is spectacularly illuminated — a joyful and jolly kick off to Danville’s holiday season.
Come to enjoy street-corner musicians, strolling along the tree-lined sidewalks, stopping in for dinner or a cocktail at a local eatery, browsing shops and enjoying holiday merriment and goodies such as hot cocoa, cider, and tea provided by Danville’s merchants, who have decked-out their downtown shops with seasonal splendor.