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May 6, 2014 > City of Fremont News Briefs

City of Fremont News Briefs

Submitted By Cheryl Golden

Ô10 Ways to Survive a Zombie ApocalypseÕ
Bursting with creativity among the living dead, the City of Fremont ChildrenÕs Repertory Theater will perform Ò10 Ways to Survive a Zombie ApocalypseÓ written by Don Solidis and directed by Grant Ewing. Described as Òa whimsical comedy of apocalyptic proportions,Ó this comedy finds our remaining survivors at the end of the world battling hordes of rampaging zombies. This guide to surviving the zombie apocalypse is part scripted, part improvised and is full of nonstop action and hilarity.

Two performances of Ò10 Ways to Survive a Zombie ApocalypseÓ will be playing at the Niles Veterans Hall, 37154 Second St., in Fremont on Friday, May 9 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, May 10 at 4 p.m. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased online at (for FridayÕs performance, use #207328, and SaturdayÕs performance, #207329). For more information contact (510) 494-4322 or

Learn how to use Buses and BART
Learn about public transit features that make riding easier for seniors and people with disabilities. Through classroom instruction and a field outing on bus and BART, you will learn how to plan trips, read transit schedules, pay fares, transfer between buses and BART, and travel on transit safely. Attend any of the upcoming free Travel Training Workshops that fit your schedule. To sign up, call (510) 574-2053.

Internet Resources for Transit Planning
Learn how to use 511, Google maps, and other websites to plan public transit trips.
Friday May 9
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Fremont Senior Center, 40086 Paseo Padre Pkwy
(510) 574-2053

Travel Training for Seniors and People with Disabilities
Learn how to use buses and BART, and get your senior clipper card.
Please note that the first day is classroom instruction and the second day is a field outing on the bus and BART.
May 13 and May 14
9:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Newark Senior Center
7401 Enterprise Dr, Newark
(510) 574-2053
Registration is required
The Tri-City Travel Training Program and workshops are provided by the City of Fremont and made possible through Measure B funding from the Alameda County Transportation Commission.

Free Personal Emergency Preparedness Class
The City of FremontÕs Fire Department is offering a free Personal Emergency Preparedness (PEP) class, which will teach you how to take care of yourself and your family before, during and after a disaster. Class will be held from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Fremont Fire Training Tower, 7200 Stevenson Blvd. on Wednesday, May 14. Additional classes have been scheduled at later dates. To register for a free PEP class, please call (510) 494-4244 or send an email to

If you are part of a group and would like to schedule your own personal group PEP class at another location, please contact Chuck Guaraglia, Public Education with the Fremont Fire Department, at (510) 792-3473 or

Vote for Your Favorite Downtown Logo!
For the first time ever, community members have the opportunity to vote for their favorite logo to represent Downtown Fremont. We announced the arrival of the first phase of development in the downtown by unveiling three logos at Downtown Fremont Street Eats on Friday, April 25. If you were unable to attend the Street Eats event, you can still vote online at through May 16. The logo with the most votes will be used in the CityÕs marketing materials and will symbolize the excitement and imagination of our up and coming Downtown.

The Downtown is a 110-acre area bounded by Fremont Boulevard, Mowry Avenue, Paseo Padre Parkway, and Walnut Avenue. The Downtown Community Plan was approved by the Fremont City Council in 2012. Implementation efforts have begun with the award of a $5.8 million One Bay Area Grant.

WeÕre Hiring: Part-Time Veterinary Technician
Do you love caring for animals? If so, the City of Fremont is hiring for a part-time Veterinary Technician. Our ideal candidate has a valid Animal Health Technician certificate in veterinary medicine from the California State Board of Examiners and a Class C California DriverÕs License. First review of applications is May 26 at 5 p.m. For more information visit

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