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San Ramon: 'Summertime FUN!' block party this weekend at City Center

Event runs from 4-6 p.m. on Saturday

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The City Center Bishop Ranch is throwing a block party on Saturday to continue the summertime fun, with live music, food, games and in-store promotions.

Attendees to the free event in San Ramon can partake in food offered by City Center restaurants, including some special giveaways. There will also be a sampling station on the upper level giving out a limited supply of shortbread cookies.

Games will be provided for everyone to try their luck at such as ping pong, cornhole toss, giant Jenga and hula hoops. Plus, there will be board and card games to play like Uno, checkers, chess, dominoes and Sorry, which will be located at the concierge.

Along with all the games at the event, there will be some rounds of comedy-driven Bingo with Legendary Bingo’s Bingo Boy for a chance to win two movies tickets to THE LOT and other prizes.

Selected shops will feature coupons and promotions for participates to earn during the festivities. If attendees are able to spend $200 in one or multiple stores and restaurants, they will be able to earn a $25 gift card from Sephora, Williams-Sonoma or Social Affair.

The block party is going to be on Saturday (July 27) from 4-6 p.m. in the Alexander Square at City Center Bishop Ranch off Bollinger Canyon Road.

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