The Alameda County Fair has extended its "Grab-n-Stay Fair Food Feast" another weekend after the outdoor dining showcase at the Pleasanton fairgrounds was so well-received over the original two weekends.
Now continuing today through Sunday (March 26-28), from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day, the "feast" offers people the chance to sample popular fair food like corn dogs, lobster fries, funnel cakes, barbecue and drinks onsite or to-go — all while also helping supporting food vendors impacted by COVID-19 pandemic-related closures and cancellations, which included the 2020 Alameda County Fair.
"People have missed the fair and all the delicious food that goes along with it," said Angel Moore, vice president of business development for the fair. "We are excited to highlight our longtime vendors and small businesses, while also bringing the community a taste of their favorite fair treats."
To learn more, visit alamedacountyfair.com.
Court officials are looking for residents interested in serving on the Alameda County Civil Grand Jury for the 2021-22 fiscal year.
The official recruitment period opened last month will continue through this month; Dublin city reps pointed out that the county is specifically recruiting six potential jurors from Supervisorial District 1, which includes Dublin and Livermore.
Alameda County Superior Court officials will review the applications and select 30 finalists, from whom the final panel of 19 jurors will be picked via random draw. To apply or learn more about the service requirements, visit grandjury.acgov.org, email [email protected] or call 510-272-6259.
Dublin city officials are launching the community planning process for the future park at Wallis Ranch development.
The plan calls for an 8.75-acre expanse set on three parcels along Rutherford Drive, and cut across by Tassajara Creek. The planning process is expected to finish this summer.
A public survey is open through today to input from residents on their needs and interests. The first public meeting will take place March 31 from 7-8:30 p.m., and will be live streamed via Zoom (webinar ID: 891 9891 8454; passcode: 36871447). Learn more at dublin.ca.gov.
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