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Bunny Brunch at Lafayette Recreation Center

Cooper Buster, 5, of Orinda, above, laughs during a puppet show put on by The Puppet Company at the Lafayette Community Center Foundation's Bunny Brunch held at the Lafayette Recreation Center on Saturday, April 4. Dan Honda/Staff photos 
Nothing less than the integrity of the electoral process is at stake. For if the Acalanes high school district prevails, the message to voters will be that you can't trust the assurances written into measures local cities, schools and special districts put on the ballot.  
 
Growth outstrips water supplyThe Times April 5 headline (Water wasters vs. water savers), pitted city against city, landscape against landscape in an attempt to highlight discrepancies in residential water consumption.  
 
Walnut Creek City Council: 6 p.m. April 21, City Council chamber, 1666 N. Main St. Planning Commission: 7 p.m. April 23, in the City Council chamber. Design Review: 7 p.  
 
Interfaith Climate Action Network launched in county  
 
Garden tours Orinda In Bloom: Tour five Orinda gardens. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. May 7. $50. Orinda Country Club lunch, $20. Orinda in Bloom garden party evening with wine, hors d'oeuvres, music, garden tour 5-7 p.  
 
LafayetteThe following excerpts are from the Lafayette police log:Monday, April 6 identity theft: Reported in the 10 block of Lincolnshire Court. petty theft: Was reported in the 600 block of Los Palos Drive.  
 
Walnut CreekBrandman University to host free career fairBrandman University is holding a free career fair for education professionals from 9 to 11 a.m.  
 
Bay Area festival will be held in Orinda this year  
 
We know it is healthy to drink water, and that many people do not drink enough. But how much does it really matter?Just ask anyone who ever passed a kidney stone.