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Week Ahead: Holiday Tree Lighting, Bike Party & Art Exhibits

Things to do around Newark this week: Dec. 2-7

Graphic credit: Patch
Graphic credit: Patch



Monday:

City of Newark To Light Holiday Tree

Mayor Alan Nagy, Washington Hospital staff and Newark community residents will gather at city hall to light a holiday tree.  The event will feature a special holiday performance by the NMHS Choir. Find details here.


City of Newark To Light Holiday Tree

Mayor Alan Nagy, Washington Hospital staff and Newark community residents will gather at city hall to light a holiday tree.  The event will feature a special holiday performance by the NMHS Choir. Find details here.


Food and Toy Drive on Trash Collection Days  

Place non-perishable food & new unwrapped toys curbside in Newark. 


Tuesday:

Jan Small Comes to NewPark Mall

The artist will be exhibiting oil paintings inspired by bible scriptures.  For more details, visit the Patch event calendar.

Thursday:

Newark Memorial High School Hosting Fundraiser/Art Show

Newark Memorial High School’s Art Department is hosting an event in December to raise money for school supplies.  

The “ART/Draw Fundraiser” will feature art created by students. The art will be on display in the library on December 5. Click on the headline for more details.


Actors Create New Interpretation of Midsummer Night’s Dream

Irvington Conservatory Theatre is proud to present William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Valhalla Theatre in Fremont. This production of Shakespeare’s classic tale of enchanted lovers and mischievous fairies has reset the story from Greece to the forests of Ming Dynasty China (1368-1644 AD). Details here.


Saturday:


Discover Container Gardening With California Natives

Learn how to create miniature landscapes using California native plants with Pete Veilleux, owner of the landscape company East Bay Wilds. After the workshop, there will be an opportunity to purchase plants and containers to make your own landscapes, perfect for holiday giving. Registration is required.  Email btelford-ishida@aclibrary.org for more details.


Hear a Holiday Extravaganza Concert


Four musical groups are banding together for one afternoon of holiday music. The family-friendly event will feature traditional American holiday classics.  Find more details about the Holiday Extravaganza Concert here.  


Love @ First Slice Brings Bike Party to Newark   

Join the Kruz3r Mob for the 5th Annual Kristmas Krawl! What is the Kristmas Krawl?  A party, a bike ride, a toy drive!  Organizers invite the public for dinner & drinks, drop a toy off, or hop on your bicycle and ride through Newark.  Details are located in Patch’s event calendar.

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