The veteran’s community of Pleasanton has joined together with the City of Pleasanton to construct a Veterans Memorial in Pioneer Cemetery. The City has generously allocated land for the memorial. The Harrington family has graciously provided s... more
This 2.5-acre park is a welcome addition to the SOMA neighborhood.   The park has a softball field, basketball court, dual-level playground, picnic area, community garden and large, and grassy field. The park is named for local diving champion... more
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The Viet Heritage Society is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to preserve and promote Vietnamese culture and history through the establishment of cultural venues and educational programs. On August 27, 2006 the Viet Heritage So... more
Village Music School's mission is giving students a positive experience with music and the arts is our number one goal.  We believe that the arts should be fun, presented in a supportive environment, and use materials that inspire practice &amp... more
Town of Danville's historic performing arts theatre and gallery space. The gallery is available by appointment-only on Monday and Tuesday. more
Vision Quest Ranch is a premiere animal park with a unique collection of animals with tours and eduational programs.  Their experienced staff and animals have been showcased in movies and have entertained many visitors to this wild animal kingdo... more
Vision Tech Camps provides weeklong summer tech camps for kids & teens ages 7-17. We take great pride in creating hands-on and project-based computer camps that provide an outstanding summer educational opportunities for kids and teens to learn t... more
Welcome to our Berkeley tech camp – Our new technology camp location is open and registration is live! We are excited to bring our 2017 tech programs to the Berkeley/El Cerrito area. We are working hard to create an even better STEM... more
Welcome to Vision Tech Camp at St. Mary's - we're looking forward to meeting our new students and parents! At our St. Mary's tech camp location, we offer courses in game design, Minecraft, programming, coding, app development, engineering, 3D printin... more
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Anita founded Vision Tech Camps after a fifteen-year career in a wide range of technology companies, becoming an entrepreneur in the process.  During her role as a First LEGO League coach, she saw a dire need for math, science, and engin... more
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Welcome to Vision Tech Camp in Saratoga – we’re looking forward to meeting all of our new and returning students! At our Saratoga tech camp location, we offer courses for Kids camp and teens camp in game design, Minecraft, programming, co... more
Small park with vistas of Point Lobos. There are outdoor tables, a barbecue, benches and restrooms. There is also a free city parking lot, where you can park your car all day and walk to town. more
The Volunteer Center of United Way Monterey County matches volunteers with meaningful opportunities to serve in our community. We partner with hundreds of community-based nonprofits throughout the county to link them with volunteers who have the skil... more
Light Rail Station.   Bus Lines Served: 13, 102 more
The Terrace is available for your next meeting or event. more
Chinatown's finest social club.   Wah Ying means "Chinese Eagle", literally; more loosely, it means "Chinese American". more
An central, open space area for festivals and events in Antioch. more
Walker Creek Ranch is home to the Marin County Outdoor School and Conference Center. Owned and operated by the Marin County Office of Education we are located fifteen miles west of Petaluma. Our 1700 acre site includes forest, chaparral, grassland, a... more
Warehouse 416 is a space where artists and small businesses grow their talents and their businesses. It is complete with 3 work spaces, 3 office spaces, a conference room, and an indoor courtyard gallery. more
Nestled on the Central Waterfront between China Basin and Candlestick Point, Warm Water Cove sits at the end of 24th Street, east of Illinois Street and close to the new Third Street light rail. It's one of the parks embedded in the Blue Greenway, Sa... more
Nonprofit distributing warm winter clothing to San Francisco Bay Area homeless. Donate or volunteer. Bocce Tournament Fundraiser. MarinLink project founded by Bill Hamm. more
Washington Park is the oldest park in Burlingame. The park is a year round center for community recreation. The Burlingame Recreation Division provides hundreds of classes and activities each year in the park and the Recreation Center. Tennis courts,... more
Recreation Amenities: * Baseball and Softball * Basketball Courts * BBQ * Drinking Fountains * Lighted * Playground * Reserved Picnic Site * Restrooms * Soccer and Football Fields * Tennis more
Washington Park is a neighborhood park that has horseshoe pits, a handball court, reservable multi-use building with full kitchen and reservable multi-use sports fields.  Hours: Daily from 6am to 9pm. Basketball and tennis court lights on until... more
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Washington Square, designed by William Eddy, was one of San Francisco's three original parks. Saints Peter and Paul church faces the square on the north. Joe DiMaggio was a North Beach boy, and his funeral was held in this church in 1999. - www.n... more
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Water World Swim has been offering open water swimming events and programs for over 15 years. They host weekly workouts at Aquatic Park and Crissy Field, Alcatraz crossings and clinics, annual bay races, and more. Each swim is organized and guided by... more
Dating from its beginning as a port city in the mid 1800's, the Suisun City Waterfront District has a rich history of being an important center of social and business activity. Located on the scenic Suisun Slough a variety of dining options, charming... more
The creation of Waterside Workshops served a two-fold purpose, addressing the need for alternative approaches to education as a part of a healthy community and revitalizing highly under-used buildings in an urban park. Our staff and board members are... more
Webster Street District - a historic district with boutiques, restaurants offering a variety of cuisines and local hangout spots. - https://explorewestalameda.com/about/ more
The West Bay Conference Center can accommodate anniversaries, weddings, birthdays, and other family events, and is also equipped to accommodate seminars, theater-style lectures and jazz concerts.  With more than 6,000 square feet of flexible sp... more
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In general, we consider anything west of San Pablo to be West Berkeley. The district is a study in how much Berkeley has changed. From being a sleepy, more industrial, warehouse area of town, West Berkeley now borders on super trendy to very cool,... more
West Plaza Park, located on 1.5 acres at North and Matheson, features a rose garden with benches along Foss Creek, an athletic turf and downtown parking. This park is also the site of Saturday morning Healdsburg Farmers Market from May to November. more
Because of its small size and collection of mom and pop stores, restaurants, and saloons, the neighborhood is often described as having a village atmosphere. The neighborhood is served by a branch of the San Francisco Public Library. Like Glen Park,... more
West Sunset Playground is located at Quintara Street and 41st Avenue in the Sunset District. The park is bordered by three schools and a public library. The park itself houses a playground, softball/baseball fields, a soccer field, and tennis courts.... more
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West Valley College is a public California Community College located on the west side of Silicon Valley, in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains, 50 miles south of San Francisco. Continuing a nearly 40 year tradition, West Valley College of... more
The Theater program at West Valley College is geared to both performers and technicians. Technicians discover the challenges of creating sets, costumes, lights, and sound in their classes or for specific productions. Using the best equipment on the... more
The terrace is an open space and good alternative to the food court.   Very urban, different views from above Market Street. more
Westside Regional Park in Bodega Bay features nearly 50 campsites for RVs and tents as well as a three-lane boat launch and a kayak launch on Bodega Harbor. Amenities also include picnic sites and expanded parking for vehicles and boats. The park is... more
WeWork Civic Center, located at the heart of Central Market, melds the charm of old school of San Francisco architecture with WeWork's signature custom design. Members can connect with fellow techies at the neighboring Twitter campus, pick up lunch f... more
Joining neighbors like Twitter, Dolby, and Zendesk, WeWork Mid-Market connects members to the pulse of San Francisco: tech, arts, transit, restaurants, and vibrant street life in a revitalized neighborhood. Members on upper floors can see everything... more
Regarded as the technology industry’s epicenter downtown, SOMA also represents San Francisco’s cultural identity. Urban, eclectic, and charming, WeWork’s building mirrors the neighborhood’s personality and offers members added... more
Riding the edge of SOMA and the Financial District, WeWork Transbay is in one of the most desirable locations in the city. The community is based in a beautiful, brand-new high-rise and provides airy open spaces, impressive views, and lots of natural... more
Where Music Begins is a privately owned music academy that providing outstanding music education to students of all ages and abilities. Lessons are available in brass, percussion, Simply Music Piano, Signing Smart Infant and Toddler Sign Language,... more
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