Change Makers talk
The Dougherty Station Library is hosting the final installment of its three-talk Change Makers series in honor of Women’s History Month next week.
Astrophysicist and artist Nia Imara is set to close out this month’s series, with a discussion on her work, the inspiration behind it, and plans to inspire others via the nonprofit organization Onaketa.
"Nia uses her work to express her love of color, people, and their stories," an announcement from the City of San Ramon said. "An oil painter inspired by literature and black culture, Dr. Imara is also an astronomy professor who explores the mysteries of star birth in the Milky Way and other galaxies throughout the universe."
The virtual talk is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Tuesday (March 28). More information is available at ccclib.org.
"Senior to Senior"
The Town of Danville’s senior center is seeking participants for the upcoming "Senior to Senior" campaign, which aims to connect the town’s senior citizens with local high school seniors.
Organizers will pair senior citizens with graduating high school seniors to pose with written words of wisdom on chalkboards for a social media campaign planned for graduation season in May.
More information is available from Recreation Superintendent Jessica Wallner at 925-314-3426 or [email protected] Potential participants are asked to contact Wallner before April 7.
Paul McCartney tribute
Danville’s Village Theatre is hosting a tribute show aimed at celebrating Paul McCartney’s solo career and time with The Beatles, with two performances set for next weekend.
Performances are 70 minutes each with a 20 minute intermission on March 31 and April 1. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for 7:30 p.m. showtimes each night.
More information and tickets are available here.
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