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Dublin Farmers' Market

  1. "Family Night" at the Dublin Farmers' Market

    May 26, 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Emerald Glen Park

    Join us for "Family Night" at the Dublin Farmers' Market. In addition to a wonderful selection of fresh and delicious, locally grown fruits and vegetables, you'll find hot foods, baked goods, honey, cheeses, pasta, and more! The Valley Children's Museum will be on hand with crafts and activities for the kids, and the Lindsay Wildlife Museum will bring along some interesting animals to share.

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Human Services Commission

  1. Human Services Commission Meeting

    May 26, 7:00 PM @ Dublin Civic Center

    The Human Services Commission generally meets the fourth Thursday of every other month starting in January, and on the third Thursday in November. Please click on the Meeting Agendas and Notices link to view upcoming and past Meeting Agendas and Notices.

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Library

  1. Teen Tech

    May 28, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Dublin Library

    Teen Tech is offered the 4th Saturday of the month. Teen volunteers are here to help you with your electronic devices. They can help with email set-up, e-readers and downloading e-books, camera or cell phone questions, basic computer troubleshooting, or setting up a laptop or tablet. This is a drop-in program, no appointment necessary.

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Parks & Community Services

  1. "Farm-to-Table: Dublin's Farmers" Exhibit

    April 16 - July 31 @ Dublin Heritage Park and Museums

    Explore Dublin's farming past and the lives of the farmers in this valley. This exhibit highlights the Kolb family and how they interacted with other farmers and businesses in the region. The Kolbs would take cattle to Moller Ranch for butchering. Walnuts were sent to Travis Boone's place. Chicks and eggs were sent to Hayward and then off to foreign markets. Bushels of tomatoes were shared. Photos and personal documents help tell the story of how Dublin's farmers cooperated with kin and community.

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