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Newark Symphonic Winds welcome Spring
Enjoy an evening of wonderful symphonic music provide free of charge by the Tri-Cities own 50-musician symphony the Newark Symphonic Winds.
Under the direction of Richard Wong, the NSW will treat the audience to music from How to Train Your Dragon, Midway March by John Williams, a medley of some of the most memorable Hollywood hits, a lovely memorial Communion by Strommen, a little Earth, Wind and Fire, and many, many more. There also will be a special performance by the Montecito Brass Ensemble.
The NSW was formed in 2005 and is a non-profit group composed of amateur, semi-professional, and professional musicians from the community. Spring, summer, and winter holiday concerts are offered each year and have drawn increasingly packed houses. Mark your calendar and plan to arrive early for this delightful Spring Concert evening.
This free performance (no tickets are necessary) is sponsored by the Fremont Bank Foundation
Newark Symphonic Winds Free Spring Concert
Saturday, Mar 28
7 p.m. Ð 9 p.m.
Newark Memorial High School Theatre
39375 Cedar Blvd, Newark
Enjoy Spring Steam
Celebrate the arrival of spring with wonderful hand-produced fine arts and crafts, and a ride aboard a vintage train pulled by a historic 1921 steam locomotive through the beautiful hills of Sunol.
The Golden Gate Railroad Museum and the Niles Canyon Railway are teaming up with the Niles Canyon Artisans for the Spring Steam Weekend on Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29. The Golden Gate Railroad Museums restored steam locomotive Southern Pacific 2472 will be accompanied by vintage equipment of the Niles Canyon Railway, re creating a historic train that will take passengers on a 90 minute round trip train ride to the Niles station and back. The Spring Steam event promises to be an exciting and fun filled weekend!
In addition to the featured trains, the Niles Canyon Artisans will set up booths at the Sunol Depot, featuring hand-produced, one of a kind fine arts and crafts including Palmagami, origami made with local palm fronds. Local artisans will display a variety of beautiful gifts including jewelry, paintings, pottery, ceramics, fused glass, wood turned items and much more.
Easter celebrations in the Greater Tri-City area
As the Lenten season nears its end, preparations for Easter Sunday are fast approaching. Stores are already selling Easter decals, candies, decorations, and eggs Ð items that symbolize a fun and family-friendly celebration. Communities are busy organizing activities - religious and secular Ð including church services, egg hunts, time with the Easter Bunny and parades.
At the heart of the festivities, is a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ three days after his crucifixion, following a 40-day period of fasting, prayer, and penance. Christian religious activities recount the sacrifices and teachings of Jesus Christ. The week before Easter, called Holy Week, commemorates the Last Supper and His crucifixion.
Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday after the full moon that occurs on or soonest after the Spring Equinox. This year, Easter falls on Sunday, April 5. A few of many activities planned in the Greater Tri-City area include:
It's a Date!
Read to a Dog
Fremont Main Library
Castro Valley Spring Fling and Business Expo
SAVE's Happy Hour to Empower $
Whole Foods Market
Elisa Kleven Presentation
Olive Hyde Art Gallery
Castro Valley Veterans Memorial Community Meeting
Castro Valley Community Center
Counselors in Training Leadership Workshop $R
Fremont Teen Center
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