Posts Tagged ‘parks’



There is a lot to do at the library- you check out our event calander every day , but living in California , you have to celebrate the outdoors.

Here are three local parks

Quarry lakes, Coyote Hills and Lake Elizabeth. Hiking, biking, swimming, boating, fishing, picnicking… the possibilities are endless.

What is you favorite outdoor place in Fremont?

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The Bay area is busy place and you don’t have to go far to find plenty to do. Where do you find out what is going on in Fremont?

The Library Event Calender is a great place to start. You can limit your view to just one library, events just for Kids ( or adults or teens) , or to just one month.

Of course, one of the best places to go is the Fremont City site. It will tell you why the curb in front of your house is being torn up , when the next city council meeting is and of course, it leads you to the Parks and Rec department. You can register for classes here. You can also get a list of local parks and there is also a link to The East Bay Regional Park District .

There are two local newspapers for Fremont The Argus and The Tri-City Voice. Both have information on all kinds of local happenings and fun.

One place you might not be aware of is the Niles Community Forum , which list all kinds of events that happen in the Niles District of Fremont. Roses, movies, and music!

Where do you go to find out where to have fun in Fremont?

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