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In an open letter to the community, the City of Fremont calls diversity its greatest strength and reaffirms its values of being a compassionate city:  http://bit.ly/2fFFRzV

And from the people of Fremont comes a resounding echo!

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Find Bruce Beasley’s “Unity” at the corner of Stevenson Blvd. and Paseo Padre Parkway, just outside the grounds of the Fremont Main Library.

 

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STUDENT LOAN LAW  BASICS  Tuesday, July 26, 7–8:30 p.m.

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Eric M Boeing

 

Eric M. Boeing, consumer debt attorney, will introduce ways borrowers may choose to address their student loan situation, including:  the four government-sponsored payment reduction programs (IBR, ICR, PAYE, and REPAYE); consolidation and rehabilitation of defaulted loans; hardship deferments and disability discharges; suing schools and debt collectors;  how Bankruptcy Court can and can’t help.  Eric M. Boeing’s (www.boeinglaw.com) law practice is devoted to helping people protect themselves from their creditors. He is a graduate of the University of California Hastings College of the Law, Class of 2006.

The Fremont Main Library, a branch of the Alameda County Library system, is located at 2400 Stevenson Boulevard and is wheelchair accessible. The library will provide an ASL interpreter for any event with at least seven working days’ notice. Please call 510-745-1401 or TTY 888-663-0660 for more information.

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Come, enjoy chamber music this Saturday and meet faculty members of the Anna Poklewski Academy of Music, including

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Loren Tayerle

Loren Tayerle (horn, viola and conductor), Natachia Li (cello) and Jennifer Ridout (flute). Mr. Tayerle is director of Orchestral Studies at De Anza College where he conducts the De Anza Chamber Orchestra and teaches music history. Arrangements of works by Corelli, Mozart, Bach and Tchaikovsky will showcase violins, violas, cellos, a harpsichord and bass.

 The Anna Poklewski Academy of Music (39660 Mission Blvd. in Fremont) is an alternative music school that inspires and inculcates a love of music in every student. The Academy uses a systematic approach combining technical training, artistry and musicianship, while fostering an understanding

Natachia Li

Natachia Li

of music as a language in communicating emotions and experiences. A chamber music class for student musicians is being offered for the first time at the school.

The concert starts at 3 p.m. this Saturday in the Fukaya Room.

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Jenny Ridout

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Back  to  school  means  it  is also  time to  think about  the service  learning  requirement for  high  school.  There  are  a lot  of  volunteer  opportunities  for  high  school  students.   Some  are  looking for  a  short  commitment ,  some are  looking for  long  term involvement.   What  ever volunteer  opportunity  you  chose,  think  about it a little  and learn about yourself  and  your  interests .And  before  you  even  start – thanks  for  you  help.

Here  are  some places  in  ?Fremont where  you might  look  for  some volunteer  jobs.

Fremont Main Library is first .Teen volunteer applications are due September first.

Interested in Environmental issues? Click on the link to see this opportunity on September 3rd.

Interested in film or history? check out Niles essanay silent film museum for volunteer spots.

Do You want to help people? S.A.V.E.  ( safe alteratives to violent environments ) is a great place to help .

Tri-City Food Bank and Thrift store is another great place to volunteer.

Now the list I’ve put up here is just a start. The Fremont parks and rec department has opportunities, sometimes the animal shelter needs help and don’t forget the haunted house in October.  be  creative  ans look for  different opportunities.

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warmsprings_coverWarm Springs, Fremont is the latest offering in Arcadia Publishing’s popular Images of America  series. Local authors, Philip Holmes and Patricia Wipfli Schaffarczyk, are historians at the Museum of Local History in Fremont. Together they have assembled the best images from the collections to tell the story of the once-tiny village of Warm Springs and nearby Drawbridge. This pictorial history boasts more than 200 vintage images and provides readers with a unique opportunity to reconnect with the history that shaped their community.

Join us at the Fremont Main Library on Saturday April 6th between 10 and 2:00 to learn more about this unique segment of Fremont’s history, meet the authors, and get your signed copy of the book.

The Museum of Local History is also hosting an exhibit of photographs and epherma related to Warm Springs in the Maurice Marks display room on the second floor of the Fremont Main Library. The exhibit is available during the library’s open hours through the middle of April.

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Daybreak Trio

Daybreak Trio

The Daybreak Trio performs in the Fukaya Room at 2 p.m. Saturday, February 16.  Daybreak Trio plays a variety of styles:  soft jazz, Cajun, Latin, original arrangements, world music selections.  Group leader Wayne Siligo, jazz and pop guitarist, vocalist, saxophonist and blues-harp player, was a tenor soloist with the Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose symphonies.  He played three nights weekly for 16 years at Papillon French restaurant on Mission Blvd., Fremont, and is now music director at the California School for the Blind, also in Fremont.  Markus Choo, keyboardist and award-winning musician-CSB graduate, is the accompanist for the school Glee Club.  Completing the Daybreak Trio is David Grandstaff, percussionist, guitarist and vocalist and teaching assistant at the CSB.

So, mark your calendar now:  Daybreak Trio, 2 p.m. Saturday, February 16, at the Fremont Main Library.  Check the online calendar regularly at http://bit.ly/V1WFhI and use the “Remind Me” button to automatically receive an emailed reminder of your chosen events.

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One  of  the  things I love about living in  this area is that there is so much  to do. I  came  from  a  very  small, quiet  town on  the east coast  and now,sometimes there are too  many  choices.

Tonight, you could go to  the  local  silent film  Museum – where they  are  showing a  Talking Picture!

This Sunday in Niles you can hear a great , free concert and this time around there will be some fabulous food trucks including The Sweet Bakery and the fiveten burger .

This lecture on Monday at the library Looks interesting

for other ideas:

how about a link to  the local  theater  company Broadway West.

Fremont Coffee Roasting often has music.
Here is a link to some of the programs put on by East Bay regional parks
For more ideas look at the Tri City Voice .

Enjoy your city!

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