Mon., May 31 – Mon., Sep. 6
@Danville Library and The Village Theatre
The Town of Danville is pleased to present its newest temporary Public Art Installation: Shrumen Lumen. On display in downtown Danville from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2021. The sculptures were conceived and created by a Bay Area group of engineers and artists: The FoldHaus Artist Collective. By day, the 12 x 14 ft mushrooms are an ethereal white, at night they come alive, as the mushroom caps open and close and a rainbow of LED lights cycle through from top to bottom back to the top again in a stunning display of art and engineering, creating a surprising and delightful experience.
Sat., Jun. 19 – Sun., Aug 22
Totally Trains Running Through the Depot
@Museum of the San Ramon Valley
Model trains will return for the summer. Whether young or old, you will love spending a summer afternoon watching the trains run around the tracks. 2021 Family Train Passes are available for purchase for $15. The pass entitles families to visit the museum every day during trains.
https://museumsrv.org for more information
Every Wed. and Sun. in July
Fashion Through the Years Exhibit
@Shadelands Ranch Museum
In celebration of our Grand Re-Opening our archivist has curated a special “Fashion Through the Years” exhibit. Items from the late 1800s to today have been selected from our extensive clothing collection. The exhibit will be on display until August 31.Please stop by for a docent-lead tour. During this approximately one hour tour you will learn about life in Walnut Creek in the early 20th Century, the Penniman Family who owned Shadelands Ranch and enjoy the fashion exhibit. No appointment is necessary and we ask that all guests wear masks. www.wchistory.org
Cost: Adults (17+) – $5.00; Youths (16 and under) – Free; WCHS Members – Free
Time: any time between 1-4pm (last tour starts at 3:30)
Wed., Jul. 21
Kidchella 2021: Children’s Reading and Music Festival Series
@Danville Library and the Town Green
11-11:30 a.m. — Online Musical Storytime (link to follow)
11:30 a.m. — Musical Craft Kits at the Danville Library (up to 2 per family, available first come first served until the 100 kits are gone)
12-12:45 p.m. — Music performer Octopretzel. Register online for a socially-distanced spot on the Town Green through the Danville Recreation Guide.: Activity Number 29349
12-4 p.m. Music-themed StoryWalk: walk around the Town Green and read the laminated pages of a music-themed picture book.
@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.
More information at www.pcfma.com
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.
Save the Date
Every Saturday in August
Family Chalk Art Downtown Walnut Creek
@Various Locations Downtown
Join us Saturday mornings in August for FAMILY CHALK DAYS. Bring your creativity and positive messages! Help CREATE ART that can be enjoyed all month long.
Time: 10-11:30 am
Visit: www.walnutcreekdowntown.com/family-chalk-art for locations