|Walnut Creek's first diagonal, or "Scramble," intersections opened November 18 at the intersections of Olympic Boulevard and South Main Street, and Olympic Boulevard and Locust Street. the goal of these intersections is to make it easier, and safer, to get around by reducing potential conflicts between pedestrians in crosswalks and vehicles making right turns. Click here for an illustration that shows how these intersections work. More...|
|Walnut Creek Civic Arts is holding its annual Artists' Market on Dec. 5-7 at the Shadelands Art Center, 111 Wiget Lane. This year's sale combines works from the Clay Arts Guild, together with other disciplines for the largest market ever! More...|
|The Walnut Creek Concert Band, under the direction of Harvey Benstein, presents their Annual Holiday Concert on Tuesday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Lesher Center for the Arts. The program will feature seasonal favorites plus the world premier of Barry Green’s "Anna’s Gift, the Way of Passion," a multimedia event for concert band, narrator and bass soloist with background visuals. More...|
|Join family and friends at Civic Park on Saturday, Nov. 29 for the Holiday Tree Lighting. Meet at 5 p.m. at the ice rink, where a special guest will be on hand to greet celebrants, then walk over to the gazebo to see the tree come ablaze with lights when the Mayor flips the switch. Emceed by Dan Ashley of ABC-TV, the free festivities include carolers and tasty treats. |
|Celebrate the holiday season with the debut of Walnut Creek Wednesdays in downtown Walnut Creek. |
Walnut Creek Wednesdays will serve up something different each week from 6 to 8 p.m, including food trucks, live music, street performers, carolers, horse and carriage rides, and more!
Plus, free parking in City garages after 5 p.m. Click here to learn all about it! More...