Pleasanton Weekly

News - December 24, 2010

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Looking for a motorcycle

Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre is seeking a motorcycle, preferably an older model, to use as a stage prop in its upcoming show, "All Shook Up, " which was inspired by and features the songs of Elvis Presley.

Send photos of motorcycles to news@trivalleyrep.com by Dec. 31. If your motorcycle is chosen, you will receive complimentary tickets to the show as well as a photo with you, your motorcycle and the entire cast. The show runs April 22-May 8.

"We promise to take very good care of your friend," say the organizers.

Climate Action Plan workshop

Pleasanton will host a free community workshop about the city's Climate Action Plan, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan, 11, at the Veterans Memorial Building, 301 Main St. Participants will explore the challenges facing the city in accommodating growth while reducing future greenhouse gas emissions.

The workshop will feature a progress update on the city's Climate Action Plan (CAP) process, solicit feedback on proposed measures, and seek additional ideas, suggestions and input. Pleasanton joins many other U.S. cities in this effort, which begins with the creation of a formal CAP.

To learn more, visit www.pleasantongreenscene.org or email info@pleasantongreenscene.org.

Calling young actors

Auditions held from 6-9 p.m. January 11 & 13 at Firehouse Arts Center, 4444 Railroad Ave. Ages 6-18 (rock bands excluded). Send Youtube.com submissions/links via email to Mark Duncanson at mduncanson@ci.pleasanton.ca.us before Jan. 14. Call 931-3433 or visit www.firehousearts.org.

Update your resume

If you're looking for a job, the Dublin Library can set you up with a job search professional to give you advice on how to make your resume more attractive to potential employers. Call the Dublin Library at 803-7275 for dates, times and to schedule an appointment.

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