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  1. U. S Census Hiring Recruiters Informational Table

    April 10, 2019, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Dublin Library

    A representative of the U. S. Census will set up informational table in Dublin Library's lobby area to provide information about upcoming supervisory and non-supervisory jobs available in Alameda County ($25-$27.50/hour) for the 2020 census.

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  2. Counted Cross Stitch For Adults

    April 10, 2019, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Dublin Library

    Beginning in April, Sandhya Gupta will teach counted cross stitch to adults and teens on 2nd Wednesdays. No registration is required but register on Library's website to receive a reminder. All materials are supplied. Questions? Call Barbara at (510) 608-1117 or email btelford-ishida@aclibrary.org. 

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Parks & Community Services

  1. Parks Air Force Base: 1951-1959

    November 9, 2018, 11:00 AM - May 10, 2019, 5:00 PM @ Dublin Camp Parks Military History Center

    Parks Air Force Base was a basic training center, overseas replacement depot, and air base defense training area during the Korean War. Learn about the Korean War and how Parks Air Force Base provided basic training and prepared airmen for flight school and service. See on display a recruit's ‘regulation’ bunk complete with footlocker and souvenirs; uniforms including the herringbone jumpsuit worn for work duty; an officer’s desk complete with General MacArthur snow globe and original Parks AFB yearbooks with photos depicting the training and camaraderie Parks AFB personnel; and original construction plans, reports, photographs, and documents for Parks AFB and Hospital.

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  2. Exploring Dublin's First Inhabitants

    April 6, 2019, 1:00 PM - August 18, 2019, 4:00 PM @ Dublin Heritage Park & Museums

    Dig deep into Dublin’s roots to learn about the tribes of the Ohlone and Bay Miwok people who were the first inhabitants of this area. The exhibit begins with a brief look at the people who lived here first and whose descendants continue to live here today. Learn about their daily lives including horticultural practices and foodways, tools and technology, environmental management, social order, and beliefs. Displays include a house model, examples of usable plants and animals, hunting tools and mortars. Monthly Hands-on History Days further explore the daily life of the Ohlone and Bay Miwok and provide hands-on activities that bring the exhibit to life.

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