News Digest: Pleasanton's State of the City | St. Pat's Brew Crawl | Las Positas College open house | March 10, 2023 | Pleasanton Weekly | |

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News - March 10, 2023

News Digest: Pleasanton's State of the City | St. Pat's Brew Crawl | Las Positas College open house

by Jeremy Walsh

State of the City

Pleasanton Mayor Karla Brown is set to deliver her State of the City address during a luncheon event organized by the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce later this month at the Palm Event Center.

"It is an honor to reflect and acknowledge the achievements we have made together over the past year, as we set our sights on a strategic and sustainable future," Brown said in a statement. "I hope to see many of our Pleasanton residents and businesses at the event to hear about ongoing projects and exciting initiatives that ensure the city's continued progress in the years to come."

Tickets remain available for the March 29 event, at $75 per person, with the registration deadline this week, according to the chamber. The event begins with networking at 11 a.m., followed by the lunch and program at 11:45 a.m. To learn more, visit

A video-recording is also typically broadcast after the fact on Tri-Valley Community Television.

St. Pat's Brew Crawl

Downtown Pleasanton is ready to tap into the luck of the Irish next weekend as the St. Patrick's Day Brew Crawl returns.

Officials with the Pleasanton Downtown Association, which organizes the event, said, "We are excited to see you downtown for this spirited event. Please join us on March 18 for 20-plus beers, live Celtic music, food, revelry and more!"

The event, which encourages people to wear the traditional green of St. Patrick's Day, is set to run from 5-8 p.m. next Saturday (March 18) in downtown. Open to adults 21 years old and older, tickets are available at

LPC open house

Las Positas College in Livermore is hosting an open house later this month for prospective students, their families, adult learners, military veterans and community members to learn more about the campus and its programs.

"Informational sessions will provide an overview of the college's academic programs, student services and support systems. Campus tours will allow attendees to see the college's modern classrooms, labs and other facilities," officials said, adding that the event "will feature demonstrations, live music and food trucks, making it a fun and enjoyable experience for all ages.

The open house is scheduled to run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 25. Visit


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