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Bentley School - Lafayette image
Opened in 1920, Bentley School is a Co-educational K-12, college preparatory school, located on two campuses in Oakland and Lafayette, California. Our rigorous academic preparation, award winning athletic and arts programs and a diverse, committed fa... more
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Lafayette is located on 15 square miles in Contra Costa County, one of nine counties of the San Francisco Bay Area. The City was incorporated in 1968, although settlement of the area began in 1848. Lafayette is noted for its high quality of life w... more
The Community Center's primary purpose is to house on-going City programs and meetings. We rely on one-time renters to leave the facility clean and undamaged for the many facility users who will follow. Facilities * Live Oak Room: Accommodates 225... more
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A visionary construct of education, collaboration and community, the Lafayette Library and Learning Center (LLLC), home of the Glenn Seaborg Learning Consortium, is a place where all generations can gather for enriched intellectual and cultural exper... more
The Lafayette Reservoir is an open-cut man-made terminal water storage reservoir owned and operated by the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD). Completed in 1933, it was intended solely as a standby water supply for EBMUD customers.  EBM... more
The Lafayette Veterans' Memorial Building includes two multipurpose rooms oriented to take advantage of the dramatic views of the surrounding hills. Its distinctive roofscape creates a memorable identity along Mt. Diablo Boulevard, and a grand sense... more
Temple Isaiah's ballrooom style social hall provides the ambiance, beauty and professional experience with every detail to make your event truly memorable. Temple Isaiah offers a compelling alternative to dark, windowless hotel ballrooms or restaur... more
Encouraging peaceful solutions since 1969. The Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center was established in 1969 as a focal point in the East Bay where the community could gather to create a "local voice for peace" to speak out against the wars in Indochi... more