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Summer fun at the County Fair
The summer sun is heating things up around the Bay. Children are anxiously counting down the last few days of the school year. Poppers and noisemakers can be found at the grocery store. County Fair season is in the air!
The Alameda County Fair is the East Bay's summer focal point. With so much to see and do, the Fair is a perfect way to kick off summer fun with the family. Petting zoos, tractor pulls, magic shows, rides, livestock, contests, horse races, concerts, and more food than you can possibly imagine await you at the Alameda County Fair-now in its 101st year!
In addition to rides, food, and contests, there are many unique attractions at the Fair including FMX motocross riders performing three shows every day. Their tricks will get your heart beating faster than the carnival rides! Twice each night you can catch Tina Marie, master hypnotist, amazing the crowds in Festival Square. Fireworks round out the celebration with three shows: June 21, June 28, and July 5. Music lovers can check out a nightly concert included in the cost of admission.
Students show talent "Through the Lens"
Hayward Area Recreation District's PhotoCentral presents "Through the Lens," featuring the work of 22 artists completing the Photographic Portfolio Professional Practices course, an advanced photography class at Foothill College taught by Kate Jordahl. The show contains over 100 photographs selected from the students' portfolios and will be on display through August 17. Artists include: Jason Agron, Ausencio Alvarez, Ashley Brown, Richard Deloof, Clinton Foster, Eve Gamero, Olga Garnova, Bob Gridley, Sassan Hazeghi, Katarzyna Janus, Colin Jaramillo, Naphtalie Joiner, Sara Kerr, Lilla Kuknyo, Katherine Ogg, Laura Oliphant, Kari Revak, Art Roose, Cristene Sellers, Jim Smith, Ian Thomas, and Rachel Wooster.
Summer Street Party season opens with 'Hot Salsa and Cool Blues Night'
Downtown Hayward Street Party season opens with "Hot Salsa and Cool Blues Night" on Thursday, June 20 including bands on five stages, a 100-vehicle car show, street entertainers, food, and family fun. This event is the first of three Thursday night street parties: "Hot Salsa and Cool Blues Night" on June 20; "Star Spangled Summer" on July 18; and "California Dreamin'" on August 15.
Activities will be located on B Street between Foothill Boulevard and City Hall on Watkins Street, with an extension north along Foothill Boulevard to accommodate the new Jazz Breezeway Stage.
Fremont student places second in international competition
In conjunction with the United Nations Environment Programme's (UNEP) World Environment Day (WED) celebrations, local fourth-grade student, Amy Zhu, has been named the second-place North American winner in the Bayer Corporation and UNEP's International Children's Painting Competition (ICPC).
The ICPC, a signature event of WED, is a painting competition for school-aged children to learn about the environment and express that knowledge through a themed art piece. Amy, a student at John Gomes Elementary School, received her award for her painting that addressed the theme, "Water: Where does it come from?" This year's theme inspired children to depict their depth of understanding and concern about water consumption.
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