6 Upcoming Events in Livermore Valley!

wine_glassesChances are, you enjoyed a short holiday week in Livermore Valley last week, which made this work week feel like an eternity. Luckily, as your Tri-Valley real estate agent, I’ve put together a list of upcoming events you can look forward to. Even when our holidays come and go, the fun never ends in Livermore Valley! Check out the list and make plans to partake in some of this local fun.

1.  Immerse yourself in local culture at the Eat, Drink and Be Local Wine Pairings today at 5 p.m. Head over to New Leaf Community Markets in Pleasanton, CA for free tastings of locally sourced wines and food pairings. Five wineries are participating, including Page Mill Winery, Cuda Ridge Wines, Las Positas Vineyards, Longevity Wines and Wood Family Vineyard.

2.  Beat the heat this weekend by catching an indoor performance of Les Miserables by the Tri-Valley Young Performers Academy! Performances take place tonight at 7 p.m., Saturday at 3 and 7 p.m., and Sunday at 1 p.m. Tickets cost $10 at the door, and performances take place at Livermore High School. Come out and support our talented local youth!

3.  Take a drive to Palo Alto for the popular 21st Annual Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival! This two-day fest takes place this Saturday and Sunday, July 13 and 14, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. It’s free to attend, so drive on out to Palo Alto Art Center to view more than 150 juried artists displaying their work. You can meet the artists and partake in artsy activities!

4.  On Saturday, July 13, head on over to Wente Vineyards Estate Winery & Tasting Room in Livermore for the 7th Annual Homegrown Music Series! Beginning at 5 p.m., local musical talent will perform live while you enjoy your wine. Tomorrow’s event will include Tumbleweed Wanderers and Wolf Hamlin and The Front Porch Drifters.

5.  Starting Wednesday, July 17, the Art Glass Studio in Livermore is offering a three-day Kids Summer Camp! Your kids will learn how to create their own art. They can express themselves with colors and shapes of glass while making a decorative item to bring home. Classes are from noon to 3 p.m. each day. The cost is $175 per student and includes all materials, water and a fruit snack.

6.  The Livermore Summer Farmers’ Market takes place every Thursday in Downtown Livermore, where you can pick up local, fresh produce and goods. Then, every third Thursday is a special Thirsty Thursdays event! From 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, July 18, head to Carnegie Park for local wine tastings, live music and arts and crafts.

Have fun in Livermore Valley, and when you’re ready to buy a Tri-Valley home or sell your Tri-Valley home, contact me! I’m a Livermore Valley real estate agent, ready to help you in every way that I can!

John Kurtzer
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