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Californias WaterFix

In October 2017, Alameda County Water Districts (ACWD) Board of Directors voted to conditionally support Californias WaterFix project, designed to remedy Californias water system deficit by building two underground tunnels to transport water beneath the fragile Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta ecosystem. WaterFix is a behemoth of a project; its estimated that it will take up to 20 years to complete, and cost roughly $17 billion.

Currently, ACWD receives its water from three different sources: 40 percent from the State Water Project (SWP), 40 percent from the Alameda Creek Watershed, and 20 percent from the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, which originates at Yosemite National Park.


Indulge your darker side at FSO gala

Indulge your darker side at the Fremont Symphony Orchestras gala, The 7 Deadly Sins, on Saturday, March 3 at Castlewood Country Club in Pleasanton. Site of the former Hearst estate, La Hacienda del Pozo de Verona, the location was chosen by Phoebe Hearst for its climate, scenery, and accessibility, high above the Livermore Valley, protected by the hills from fog and wind. The clubhouse, dedicated in 1972, retains much of the elegance of the original Hearst Hacienda.

Guests will be greeted with a glass of champagne as they enjoy the sensuous sounds of the Fremont Symphony String Quartet (Philip Santos, violin; Jessica Poll, violin; Katy Juneau, viola; Dan Reiter, cello). Executive Chef Jose Azmitia will provide a sumptuous plated dinner with salad, choice of entrees (Filet Mignon, Salmon Filet, or Stuffed Butternut Squash), and dessert with tea, coffee, and red and white wine. There will be an open no-host bar. Entertainment will feature a Hungarian gypsy rhapsody played by young violinist Grace Huh and a seductive sword and veil dance by superstar Nathalie.


Lunar New Year Street Festival

Lunar New Year or Chinese New Year is one of the most celebrated holidays in many Asian countries. A centuries-old celebration of customs and traditions, it is a movable celebration dictated by the 12-year lunar cycle, commonly known as the Chinese zodiac; each year is represented by an animal. 2018 is the Year of the Dog.

Hawker Productions brings a new celebration to Newark with its Lunar New Year Street Festival. The event will be held on Saturday, February 24 at NewPark Mall in front of Burlington.


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Upcoming Events

February 16 - March 17

Olive Hyde Art Gallery

February 20
Olympic Ice Skating Watch Party $

Campo di Bocce

February 21
Toddler Time $

Ardenwood Historic Farm

February 21
Feng Shui for Year of the Dog

Fremont Main Library

February 22
Karaoke Night

Bistro 880

February 22
Mercy Brown Bag Program

Newark Gardens

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