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April 28, 2018 - May 5, 2018
Dublin Pride Week is an annual event that promotes a positive image for the City of Dublin. The events encourage people to work to improve our world through environmental awareness and volunteerism.
April 28, 2018, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Emerald Glen Park
Volunteers are needed to help with senior assistance, school and park beautification, creek clean-ups, and non-profit support projects. Individuals, families, and community groups are all encouraged to register. Students with volunteer requirements can use this event to meet some of hour requirements.
Registration is required for Volunteer Day. All volunteers are required to complete a signed waiver.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (925) 833-6630 with questions.
April 28, 2018, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Both Safeway Stores in Dublin
Food will be collected at Volunteer Day and at both Safeway stores in Dublin. The donations will be presented to food banks that service the Dublin community, including the Children’s Emergency Food Bank.
April 28, 2018, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Dublin Civic Center
• Drug Takeback: Bring unwanted or expired medications for safe disposal. No questions asked.
• Acceptable: capsules, pills, any solid forms of prescription medication
• Not Acceptable: syringes, liquids, creams, injectables
• E-Waste Recycling: Safely recycle your old electronics including computers, printers, smart phones, TVs, DVD players, VCRs, batteries, and old gaming systems.
• Document Shredding: City of Dublin residents are encouraged to bring any type of documents containing personal or sensitive information to be professionally shredded on-site. (maximum of four boxes)
April 28, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM @ Emerald Glen Park
Learn about year-round volunteer opportunities in the Tri-Valley.
April 18, 2018 - August 19, 2018 @ Dublin Heritage Park & Museums
Discover how local farmers contributed to California surpassing Wisconsin as the nation's leading dairy state. Local farmers and their families did it all, from growing the feed for the cows to processing the milk into cream, butter, and cheese to marketing and delivering it to consumers. Individual farmers joined together to form cooperatives in the early 1900s. Dublin also played a part in the development of modern, scientific mass production and mass distribution, with the Foremost Dairy Research Center, which opened in 1966. See vintage milk bottles, cartons, bottle caps, and modern dairy equipment, some on loan from the California State Parks Dairy Collection.