November 7, 2017 > Fremont News Briefs
Fremont News Briefs
Submitted By Cheryl Golden
Sundays at California Nursery Historical Park
Come to the California Nursery Historical Park, located on Niles Boulevard at Nursery Avenue, on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. to view the Fig Man video as part of the Roeding Centennial Exhibition or walk the beautiful rose garden and take a photo by the windmill. You can also take a docent-led tour of the 20-acre park at 2 p.m. and learn about the special trees and gardens as well as the historical significance of the park. The park is staffed on Sundays only from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Startup Grind Fremont - Data Science and Your Business
Startup Grind Fremont is back for another fireside chat. This time, join us as we discuss how to grow your startup using data science. Hear from Ilya Semin, CEO and Visionary. WeÕll be convening at EFI (Electronics for Imaging) located at 6700 Dumbarton Circle in Fremont on Wednesday, November 29, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Ilya is the Chief Executive Officer of Datanyze; a product which is focused on helping sales and marketing teams spend less time hunting and more time closing deals. Datanyze team has raised $2M seed funding from a wide range of investors including Mark Cuban and Kobe Bryant. This talk will include how to use predictive analytics and data science to help your business grow. Ilya will share his startup journey.
Startup Grind Fremont is the Silicon Valley East chapter of the international business startup community that has hosted more than 2,000 fireside chats across 200 cities and 85 countries! Every month or so, we get our local entrepreneurial community together to mix and mingle, hear from a featured speaker, find mentorship, pursue funding, and gain new customers.
CanÕt make it to this event? No problem. We have many more events scheduled for the near future. You can find additional information and purchase your tickets at www.startupgrind.com/fremont.
Sabercat Creek Habitat Restoration Day
Love nature and serving the community? Join the City of FremontÕs Environmental Services for a day of habitat restoration work on Sabercat Creek on Saturday, November 11 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Heavy rain 12 hours prior to or during will postpone the event.
Volunteers will assist with removing invasive plants, sheet mulching, and providing care for native plants. Planting additional native plants may also take place. This work will help increase native plant diversity, and improve food and shelter for wildlife. No experience is necessary. A habitat steward will guide you through the projects along Sabercat Creek in Sabercat Historical Park. Volunteers of all ages are welcome, and a signed waiver form is required for each participant. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Habitat stewards will guide you through the projects.
Come dressed for the weather and prepared to get dirty (sturdy, closed-toe shoes/boots, long pants, hat, sunscreen, and long-sleeved shirt are recommended). Bring a signed waiver form, a reusable water bottle, and community service hour forms, if applicable. WeÕll provide tools, some gloves, and water to refill bottles. If you wish to bring your own gloves or tools, please label them.
For complete details and to register visit www.Fremont.gov/SabercatRestoration. Be sure to check the location on the map, and print the map and waiver form.
For more information, or to arrange a large group work day, contact Sabrina at firstname.lastname@example.org or Barbara at email@example.com, or call the Environmental Services Division at 510-494-4570.