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Clayton Community Calendar
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR CLAYTON COMMUNITY CALENDAR EVENTS BY 5 P.M., JAN. 17 FOR THE JAN. 26 ISSUE. FAX TO 672-6580 OR E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT FEB. 14
Pajama Story Time @ Clayton Community Library FEB. 6
THROUGH FEB. 27 7 p.m. Beat the bedtime blues with stories, songs and a craft at the library. Knights of Columbus @ St. Agnes Church Hall
Patty Cakes Story Time @ Clayton Community Library The whole family is invited to pajama story time. You can wear your comfy 7:30 p.m. General membership meeting of the Knights of Columbus
11 a.m. Tuesdays. Story time for babies to children 3 years old. No registra- pajamas and bring your favorite stuffed animal too. Registration is required. Concord Council 6038 of Concord and Clayton is the first Tues. of the
tion required. 673-0659. Clayton Community Library, 6125 Clayton Road. 673-0659. Clayton Community Library, 6125 Clayton Road. month. We look forward to seeing our brother Knights there. St. Agnes
Church, 3478 Chestnut Street, Concord.
THROUGH FEB. 12 CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS FEB 7
The Art of Retirement @ Loma Vista Adult Center JAN. 11, 18, 25
Self Help for the Hard of Hearing @ Walnut Creek Methodist Church
7 - 9 p.m. The course is five weeks in length and costs just $18 for people Rotary Club of Clayton Valley Concord Sunrise @ Oakhurst
7:30 p.m. We meet on the first Wed. of the month. Contact Bob at shhh-
55-plus. The topic for Jan. 16 is Social Security; how it works; how it effects 7 a.m. Meets every Thurs. for breakfast meeting that usually features a
email@example.com with questions. Walnut Creek Methodist Church,
retiree finances; how to keep the money you've got; retirement spending speaker. www. claytonvalleyrotary.org Chuck Graham 689-7640. Oakhurst
Education Building in the rear parking lot at 1543 Sunnyvale Avenue,
and distribution; charitable trusts and annuities. The topic for Jan. 23 is Country Club, 1001 Peacock Creek Drive, Clayton.
health in retirement; life expectancy factors and long-term-care insurance.
People of all ages and situations are welcome. For class information call JAN. 11, 18, 25 FEB. 12
George Fulmore at (925) 686-6916. Call (925) 937-1530 for registration Weights Watchers Weekly Meeting @ Contra Costa Farm Bureau Clayton Valley 4-H Club @ Farm Bureau Hall
information. Loma Vista Adult Center, located at 1266 San Carlos Ave, 10 a.m.and 5:30 p.m. Weekly Weight Watchers weigh-in and meeting on 7:15 p.m. 4-H is open to youth ages 5 - 19 and adults. Projects in small
Concord. Thurs. 800-326-8450 x 2023.Contra Costa Farm Bureau, 5554 Clayton Rd., and large animals, leadership, community service, 4-H camp, conferences
Concord. and fairs. Learn new skills including cooking, photography, arts/crafts etc.
JAN. 11 - MAR. 1 Contact Candy Hogan at 925- 969-1325 for more information. Meetings
Picture Book Time @ Clayton Community Library JAN. 11, 25 held on the second Mon. of the month Sept. - June. Farm Bureau Hall,
11 a.m. Thursdays. Story time for children 3 to 5 years old. . No registra- Clayton Valley Woman's Club @ Holy Cross Lutheran Church 5554 Clayton Rd. Concord.
tion required. Child may attend without caregiver. 673-0659. Clayton 9:30 a.m. Regular monthly business meeting starts with coffee; the meeting
begins at 10 a.m. CVWC is a non-profit, non-denominational service organ- FEB. 12
Community Library, 6125 Clayton Road. Stroke Support Group of Contra Costa County @ John Muir Medical
ization that is open to all women interested in charitable work in the
Clayton Valley community. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Center
JAN. 13 7 p.m. Join stroke survivors, caregivers and health professionals as they dis-
East Bay Regional Park Presentation @ Clayton Community Library Tues. of the month. For more information, please call Joyce at 672-3850 or
Sheila at 672-7947. Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 1092 Alberta Way, cuss issues, challenges and suggestions for living with stroke. Monthly guest
2 p.m. Beverly Lane and Jim Townsend will present an overview of the East speakers provide important information about the rehabilitation process.
Bay Regional Park District and all that it has to offer residents of the Clayton Concord.
Meetings held the second Mon. of each month, are free and open to the
area. The presentation will include making trail connections from Clayton to public. For more information contact Ann Dzuna at 925-376-6218. John
nearby regional parks such as Black Diamond and Clayton Ranch. 673- JAN.14
Concord Mystery Book Club @ Concord Library Muir Medical Center, 1601 Ygnacio Valley Road, Walnut Creek
0659. Clayton Community Library, 6125 Clayton Road.
2:30 - 4 p.m. All mystery readers are invited to participate and explore a FEB. 14
JAN. 17 different genre each month. Group meets the second Sun. of the month. Creekside Artists Meeting @ Clayton Community Library
OLLI Lecture @ CSU East Bay Concord Library, 2900 Salvio Street, Concord, 646-5455. 7 p.m. Come join this unique group of eclectic artists that meet the 2nd
2:00-3:30 p.m. Shaping the Destiny of Our World - how Mediterranean Sea Wed. of each month. If you like, bring your artwork for review - all levels
countries play their roles. Presented by Larry Foster, professor emeritus of JAN. 14 and all art forms are welcome! "We provide an environment for all artists to
geography, San Francisco State University. $5.00 at the door (free to OLLI VFW Post 1525 Breakfast @ Concord Veterans Memorial Hall inspire, create, educate and prosper." Call Arlene Kikkawa-Nielsen at (925)
members). Oak Room, CSU East Bay, Concord Campus, 4700 Ygnacio 8 - 11 a.m. Serving eggs, prepared your way, pancakes, sausage, coffee 673-9777, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Valley Road, Concord, 925-602-6776, www.scholarolli.com. and orange juice. $4 for adults and $2 for children under 12. Bring the
family, friends and neighbors. Call Pete at 925-255-3449 with FEB. 14
questions.Veterans Memorial Hall, corner of Colfax and Willow Pass Road, Clayton Valley Garden Club @ Diamond Terrace
Concord. 7 p.m. The Clayton Valley Garden Club meets the second Wed. of the
6:30 p.m. Classic Movie Night @ Clayton Community Library
month. Every meeting has an informative program concerning some aspect
Young rich and obsessed with death, a young man finds himself changed
JAN. 16, 23, 30 of gardening. Garden lectures will resume in Feb. The Club maintains the
forever when he meets a lively septuagenarian at a funeral. Clayton
Kiwanis Club of Walnut Creek flowers on Daffodil Hill, the planters on Main Street, and the raised garden
Community Library, 6125 Clayton Road, 673-0659.
12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Meetings every Tues. All are invited to check us out and beds at the Library as well as other civic projects. Anyone interested in gar-
be our guest for lunch. Massimo’s Ristorante, 1604 Locust St., Walnut dening is welcome at our meetings. Call Jeff at 672-7579 or Barry at 827-
Creek. For more information call Sam Totah, 941-1536. 9540 for information. Diamond Terrace, 6401 Center Street, Clayton.
OLLI Lecture @ CSU East Bay
7 - 8:30 p.m. Through the Eyes of the Veterinarian: Wildlife Rehabilitation,
JAN. 16 BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
presented by Nancy Anderson, DVM, Director of Wildlife Services, Lindsay
Women in Business @ Chapman University JAN. 11
Wildlife Museum. $5.00 at the door (free to OLLI and Lindsay Wildlife
11:45 - 1:15 p.m. What a Woman needs to know about Finances. $20 for Clayton Community Services Commission Meeting @ City Hall
Museum members). www.scholarolli.com, 925-602-6776. Oak Room, CSU
Concord Chamber Members, $30 for non-Chamber Members. Lunch 7 p.m. City of Clayton Community Services Commission meets 2nd Thurs. of
East Bay, Concord Campus, 4700 Ygnacio Valley Road, Concord.
Provided. Register online at ww.concordchamber.com. Chapman University month. Open to the public. www.ci.clayton.ca.us 673-7304, Clayton City
2600 Stanwell Dr. #110. Hall Conference Room, 6000 Heritage Trail, Clayton.
Caring Hands Volunteer Training @ John Muir Medical Center JAN. 16, 23, 30
8:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Interview and pre-registration by Jan. 10 is required. JAN. 18 Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors Meeting @ County
Volunteering 1 - 3 hours a week can be an extremely rewarding experience Veterans of Foreign Wars Meeting @ Veterans Memorial Hall, Administration Building
and just might be what you've been searching for. Lend a caring hand and Concord 9 a.m. County Board of Supervisors holds regular weekly meetings Tues.
make a significant difference in someone else's life. Caring Hands creates 6 p.m. Meeting begins. At 7 p.m. Post 1525 will dedicate Eagle Scout Artist mornings. Open to the public. www.co.contra-costa.ca.us 335-1900. County
"matches" between caring volunteers and frail, isolated, and disabled sen- Aaron Neighbour’s painting, The Five Seals of Defense. The public is invited Administration Building, 651 Pine Street, Room 107, Martinez.
iors. You may choose the services you would like to perform, the communi- to attend. Refreshments will be served. VFW meets the third Thurs. of the
month. All Veterans of foreign wars are invited to attend. The VFW is here JAN. 16
ties in which you would like to serve, and your own schedule. For more
to support eligible Veterans and their families. Wives and daughters of eligi- Clayton City Council Meeting @ Clayton Community Library
information or to register, please call (925) 952-2999.
ble Veterans are invited to join the Ladies Auxiliary. Meetings are held at 6 p.m. City Council meets on the first and third Tues. of the month. Open to
Veterans Memorial Hall, corner of Colfax and Willow Pass Road, Concord. the public. Agendas posted at the following locations: City Hall, 6000
Heritage Trail, Clayton, Ohm's Bulletin Board, 1028 Diablo St., Clayton,
Saturday Movie Matinees @ Clayton Community Library
JAN. 18 Clayton Community Library, 6125 Clayton Rd., Clayton.
2 p.m. Two dogs, one a pampered cocker spaniel and the other a freedom
loving mutt with a heart of gold, share thrilling adventures. 6125 Clayton Concord Chamber After Hours Business Mixer @ Mechanics Bank JAN. 23
Road, Clayton. 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Bring lots of business cards. Mechanics Bank, 1170 Planning Commission Meeting @ Clayton Community Library
Concord Ave, Concord. 7p.m. City of Clayton Planning Commission meets 2nd and 4th Tues. of
JAN. 23 month. Open to the public. www.ci.clayton.ca.us 673-7304, Clayton Library
Check your Bones @ Diamond Terrace Retirement Community JAN. 24 Community Room, 6125 Clayton Road, Clayton.
11 a.m. Latest osteoporosis information and free bone density testing. Blue Star Mom Meeting in Concord
6:30 p.m. Small group Blue Star Mom meetings held the fourth Wed. of JAN. 25
Donna Schuppert from the Foundation for Osteoporosis Research and
each month. Blue Star Moms is a support and service group for those serv- CBCA (Clayton Business & Community Association) Meeting @
Education will be here. You will receive your results immediately and also
ing in all branches of the Armed Forces. 1792 Elmhurst Lane, Concord. Call Oakhurst
find out if you qualify for free calcium. Join us on Tuesday, January 23rd at
676-3654 for information. 6:30 p.m. Monthly dinner meeting, last non-holiday Thurs. of the month.
11a.m. Test is open to adults 55 and older. Diamond Terrace, 6401 Center
Reservations due by Tuesday noon prior, 672-2272. John Rubiales,
Street. Call 524-5100 today to reserve your spot.
JAN. 24 President. Oakhurst Country Club, 1001 Peacock Creek Drive, Clayton.
JAN 26 - FEB. 18 Concord Chamber of Commerce Mayor's Breakfast @ Concord Hilton
Some Enchanted Evening: The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein @ 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. Register Online at www.concordchamber.com Concord
Diablo Valley College Hilton, 1970 Diamond Blvd, Concord. SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION
Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Sundays at 2:30 p.m. Some Enchanted
JAN. 24 Parent Faculty Club Meeting @ Mt. Diablo Elementary
Evening is a celebration of songs from many of the greatest musicals of all
League of Women Voters Health Care Forum @ Rossmoor 7:00 p.m., Multi Use Room. Make a difference in your child's education. For
time: Carousel, Cinderella, Oklahoma, Flower Drum Song, South Pacific and
7 p.m. Public forum on health care single payer system. Pat Snyder, PhD, items to be included on the agenda, contact Stacey Wickware 673-1999,
Sound Of Music. The songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein have become an inte-
RN, Chair of Health Care for Contra Costa and Chair of the Health Care email@example.com or Kristy Smith 673-1795,
gral part of our everyday lives. This stunning collection of compositions
Committee of the Diablo League of Women Voters, will present an informa- firstname.lastname@example.org, PFC Co-Presidents. Childcare is available. Watch
reminds you of why Rodgers & Hammerstein are our most beloved composer
tive 22 minute DVD, which describes an affordable, comprehensive, secure website for details. http://www.mdusd.k12.ca.us/mountdiabloelementary/.
and lyricist. Tickets $12 - $15. Call the box office at 687-4445. Diablo Valley
College Performing Arts Center, 321 Golf Club Road, Pleasant Hill. system of universal health care for all Californians. A question and answer
period follows. For further information contact Pat Snyder at (925) 962-
Parent Faculty Club Meeting @Clayton Valley High School
FEB. 7 0379 or Annabelle Cloner at (925) 933-8806. Rossmoor, Los Trampas
7:00 p.m. If you show your child that you care about their school, your child
Numbers Don't Lie @ Clayton Community Library Room, 1001 Golden Rain Road, Walnut Creek. Directions to the Los
will care too. Together we can make a difference! The meeting will be held
7 - 9 p.m. An effective accounting system is key to a successful business. Trampas Room are available at the Rossmoor entrance.
in the school library. Clayton Valley High School, 1101 Alberta Way,
Presented by Zachary Sahar, C.P .A., Capital Tax and Accounting. Topics Concord.
include how accounting glues parts of a business into a whole, building a FEB. 1
professional accounting system with a small budget and using accounting Sons in Retirement Meeting (SIRS) @ Oakhurt Country Club FEB. 13
reports to help owners manage their business. Clayton Community Library, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Meetings are the first Thurs. of the month. George Parent Faculty Club Meeting @ Diablo View Middle School
6125 Clayton Road, 673-0659. Fulmore. Publicity Chair, SIR, Branch 19. March 1, April 5, May 3, June 7, 7 p.m. Meeting to be held in the school library. All parents welcome. Diablo
July 5, August 2, September 6, October 4, November 1, December 6. View Middle School, 300 Diablo View Lane, Clayton.
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