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 24997 Mission Blvd. , Hayward, CA, US, 94544

  • Phone: (510) 538-4466
  • Fax: (510) 581-8029
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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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Alameda Commuters 2015
Chuck Corica Golf ComplexApril 18, 2015 7:00 AM
1 Clubhouse Memorial Road
Alameda, CA 94502
One of Bay Area's most prestigious amateur golf tournaments. Four rounds, with field cut to the low 50 players and ties after 36 holes. Senior Division is 36 holes, played on second weekend. ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY AVAILABLE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP. Seniors see http://www.alamedacommuters.org.
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Youngwonks Sper - Scratch, Python and Electronics With Raspberry Pi (For Age: 9 To 18) - Pay Tuition At Site
PleasantonApril 18, 2015 10:00 AM
Pleasanton
Pleasanton, CA 94566
This class is for children between the ages of 9 and 18. The SPER program to give kids good foundational knowledge of programming and electronics. In this program attendees will start with Scratch to understand the funtamentals of programming. Children will be transitioned to Phthon and then to completing simple electronics projects with Raspberry Pi. This program not only teaches coding and electronics but also fosters creativity, reasoning and problem solving. Class meets for 1.5 hours every week for 12 weeks. We believe in small group instruction and guided practice for deeper underdtanding of concepts. The student to teacher ratio is 4:1. Currently this program is being offered at a special price of $200 per month for first time YoungWonks students. Typically the tuition is $300/month. Monthly tuition covers 4 weeks of instruction (1.5 Hrs. per week) with 4 of less students per instructor. At this time first 1.5 hour session is being offered FREE. So you will only pay $150 for the first months tuition. Registration fee is $50. Registration fee is adjusted towards last months tuition. Class meets weekly at 10:00 AM on Sundays. First class on: 02/08/2015. Last class: 04/26/2015. See more at: http://www.youngwonks.com
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Youngwonks Sper - Scratch, Python and Electronics With Raspberry Pi (For Age: 9 To 18) - Pay Tuition At Site
PleasantonApril 18, 2015 4:45 PM
Pleasanton
Pleasanton, CA 94566
This class is for children between the ages of 9 and 18. The SPER program to give kids good foundational knowledge of programming and electronics. In this program attendees will start with Scratch to understand the funtamentals of programming. Children will be transitioned to Phthon and then to completing simple electronics projects with Raspberry Pi. This program not only teaches coding and electronics but also fosters creativity, reasoning and problem solving. Class meets for 1.5 hours every week for 12 weeks. We believe in small group instruction and guided practice for deeper underdtanding of concepts. The student to teacher ratio is 4:1. Currently this program is being offered at a special price of $200 per month for first time YoungWonks students. Typically the tuition is $300/month. Monthly tuition covers 4 weeks of instruction (1.5 Hrs. per week) with 4 of less students per instructor. At this time first 1.5 hour session is being offered FREE. So you will only pay $150 for the first months tuition. Registration fee is $50. Registration fee is adjusted towards last months tuition. Class meets weekly at 4:45 PM on Sundays. First class on: 02/15/2015. Last class: 05/03/2015. See more at: http://www.youngwonks.com
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Youngwonks Sper - Scratch, Python and Electronics With Raspberry Pi (For Age: 9 To 18) - Pay Tuition At Site
PleasantonApril 18, 2015 6:00 PM
Pleasanton
Pleasanton, CA 94566
This class is for children between the ages of 9 and 18. The SPER program to give kids good foundational knowledge of programming and electronics. In this program attendees will start with Scratch to understand the funtamentals of programming. Children will be transitioned to Phthon and then to completing simple electronics projects with Raspberry Pi. This program not only teaches coding and electronics but also fosters creativity, reasoning and problem solving. Class meets for 1.5 hours every week for 12 weeks. We believe in small group instruction and guided practice for deeper underdtanding of concepts. The student to teacher ratio is 4:1. Currently this program is being offered at a special price of $200 per month for first time YoungWonks students. Typically the tuition is $300/month. Monthly tuition covers 4 weeks of instruction (1.5 Hrs. per week) with 4 of less students per instructor. At this time first 1.5 hour session is being offered FREE. So you will only pay $150 for the first months tuition. Registration fee is $50. Registration fee is adjusted towards last months tuition. Class meets weekly at 6:00 PM on Wednesdays. First class on: 02/04/2015. Last class: 04/22/2015. See more at: http://www.youngwonks.com
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Made Up Theatre Improv Comedy Shows
Made Up TheatreApril 18, 2015 7:00 PM
3392 Seldon Court
Fremont, CA 94539
Made Up Theatre presents a variety of improv comedy shows, including games, plays, musicals and sketch comedy. Since 2011, this audience favorite has won the title of Best Comedy Theater in the "Fremont Bulletin"'s Readers' Choice Awards. Made Up's "Laugh Track City" is similar to "Whose Line Is it Anyway?" The players perform fast-paced, short-form improv games based on audience participation. Expect off-the-cuff hilarity, spontaneous scenes and a night of laughs from these terrific improv comedians.
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Of Mice and Men
The Village TheatreApril 18, 2015 8:00 PM
233 Front Street
Danville, CA 94526
John Steinbeck's play about oppression, isolation and friendship is just as powerful and timely today as when it was first produced on Broadway in 1937. Set in California during the Great Depression, "Of Mice and Men" centers around George and his dim-witted friend Lennie, two disenfranchised migrant ranch workers who share a simple dream: a home of their own, where they can raise rabbits. One of the great classics of American literature as well as of the American stage, "Of Mice and Men" is considered to be a significant factor in Steinbeck's Nobel Prize in Literature. Now you can catch the Role Players Ensemble production of this powerful play on the stage of the Village Theatre.
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