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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.
May 5, 2018, 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM @ Kolb Elementary School
The family that rides together thrives together! Join Bike East Bay's certified instructors for a day of fun games, safety drills, skills building, and a neighborhood ride.
This workshop is for kids who are able to ride a bike and ready to take to the paths and roadways with their parents (suggested grade range 2nd-6th).
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.
May 5, 2018, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Dublin Heritage Park & Museums
Celebrate springtime on the dairy farm with farm activities, live music,
and farm-fresh foods straight from the garden. Farm vendors sell unique
products and demonstrate sustainable practices. Learn spring gardening
tips while working in the garden with small tools; visit our farm fresh
vendors; and take tractor-drawn wagon rides. Children can learn the
process of making milk, butter, ice cream, and cheese through hands-on
activities and demonstrations in the dairy pen. Visit the dairy exhibit in
the Schoolhouse and tour the home of Dublin’s farm family, the Kolbs, to
see what their kitchen and pantry would look like in the spring in 1949.