Danville Calendar

February 2021

Thurs., Jan 14 – Fri., Mar 12 
TRACES, Featuring the Artwork of Members of the Women Eco Artists Dialog (WEAD) 
@Virtual Exhibit 
The entire virtual exhibit of TRACES can be viewed online at https://www.danville.ca.gov/227/Village-Theatre-Art-Gallery. Read artist statements, browse through the collection. The Village Theatre and Art Gallery appreciates your support. 

Sat., Feb 13 
Comedy in Place with Liz Grant and Friends 
@Your Home 
You need some big laughs with this super talented line up! Via Zoom. Tickets sold until 6:30 day of show, link mailed an hour prior. Join the FUN! Buy tickets online at www.villagetheatreshows.com 
Time: 7pm 
Cost: $15 

Wed., Feb. 17 
Live! From the Library—Scary Technology, Cybersecurity, and Literary Thrillers 
@online virtual event 
Live! From the Library will host author and attorney Reece Hirsch for a discussion about turning cutting-edge privacy and cybersecurity issues into literary thrillers. Hirsch will describe how he draws upon frightening and surprising real-world issues from his legal practice to craft page-turning thrillers such as his latest, Dark Tomorrow. Hirsch will be in conversation with Terry Shames, author of the Samuel Craddock mystery series. 
Reservations can be made online at www.wclibrary.org/live or by phone at 925.935.5395. 
Time: 7-8:30pm 
Cost: Free 

Sat., Feb. 20 
Rock Out Hunger Virtual Fundraiser 
@Your Home 
Join the Loaves and Fishes community VIRTUALLY for our largest fundraiser of the year celebrating 5 Million Meals served! Our Annual Gala Reimagined! 
Virtual event featuring: Culinary Demonstration of complimentary appetizer (delivered to your home) by renowned local chef, Charles Vollmar, of Epicurean Global Exchange. Musical Entertainment, Guest Speakers, Exciting Live Auction Lots and More! Live-Stream will last 60 minutes. Learn more at: www.loavesfishescc.org 
Time: 5:30 

Every Saturday 
Farmers’ Market 
@Railroad Ave. Municipal Parking Lot-Downtown 
Get the freshest seasonal fare at Danville Certified Farmers’ Market. You’ll find fruits and vegetables direct from local farmers, along with fresh-cut flowers, bedding plants and fresh breads. This event is located at Railroad & Prospect Avenues and offers free parking in the adjacent lot. 
Time: 9am-1pm 
More information at www.pcfma.com 

Every Monday 
Tips for Change Community Fundraising Events 
@Gianni’s Italian Bistro 
Gianni’s Italian Bistro opens up their restaurant to support our local non-profit community. Tips for change is a fun and unique way for local local charity organizations to raise much needed funds. Volunteers and supporters of local non-profits suit up and become your servers for the evening with all tips and 10% of sales going to support their organization. This event occurs most Monday evenings between 5 and 8pm and is open to the public. Reservations required.