EVENTS

  • St.

    David's Day Gymanfa Ganu -- 2-4 p.m. March 3. The Northern California Welsh Community invites you to a musical celebration of traditional hymn singing. Bay Area musician, Eryl Aynsley, will lead the congregational singing in both Welsh and English. A native Welsh speaker, she coordinates music for the Welsh American Society of Northern California, has sung with choirs in Wales and the Bay Area. Donna Llewellyn Swanson will be the accompanist. Coffee and tea will be provided. Donations of Welsh cakes and finger food would be appreciated. Lafayette United Methodist Church, 955 Moraga Road, Lafayette. Idris Evans, 925-283-0912.

  • Pajama Jam -- 9:30 a.m. Feb. 23. Children are invited to wear their pajamas to the Pajama Jam, as well as donate new sleepwear in any size to children in need. Doors open at 9:30 a.m., followed by a 10 a.m. concert by the Juice Box Heroes. Games and activities -- including a photo booth, tattoo art, and face painting -- will keep little ones entertained throughout the morning. New Rheem Theatre, 350 Park St., Moraga. $10. www.moragajuniors.org.

  • Contra Costa Camp Fair -- 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 24. Exhibitors for camps, sports, enrichment, performing arts, martial arts, gymnastics, scouts, preschool, day care and family vacations. Free face painting and sports activities, Radio Disney Road Crew and JoJo the Clown. Free admission. Acalanes High School, 1200 Pleasant Hill Road, Lafayette. www.ContraCostaCampFair.com

    HOME AND GARDEN

  • The Lafayette Community Garden and Outdoor Learning Center -- Now accepting new members for its new season from March through October, 2013. The garden is located across from the Lafayette Reservoir entrance. For further information about the garden and to download a membership application, go to www.lafayettecommunitygarden.org, or call Janet: 925-946-0563.

    SENIORS

  • Lafayette Senior Services --

    Document Your Life Story 1-3 p.m. March 6, 20. If you have wanted to write the stories, memories, and experiences of your life but haven't known where to start, wait no longer -- you will be guided through the process of leaving a living history for future generations. Included will be an optional outing to St. Mary's for their Creative Writing Reading Series. $1-$3.

    Book Club 1-3 p.m. March 19. Looking for a good book to talk about with others? Join this brand-new, informal group of book lovers and enjoy enrichment, discussion, fellowship and refreshments. The books to be read will be decided at the first meeting, so bring your suggestions. Lafayette Community Center, 500 Saint Marys Road, Lafayette. 925-284-5050.

    CLASSES

  • Running For Women -- Begins March 19. Beginner 5K class with plans to add a 10K and half-marathon group. The program was founded by women's health physician Dr. Karey Zufelt. Instead of dropping women directly into a running program, RFW begins with run/walk intervals that are safe, gradual and designed to keep the group together during every workout. The class accommodates a wide range of abilities. 1528 Bonanza St., Walnut Creek. 925-943-6453.

    WORKSHOP

  • 'Mini Mondays' at Lindsay Wildlife Museum -- 10 a.m. -noon Feb. 25. Children become naturalists at Walnut Creek's Lindsay museum. Live animal encounters designed for children 2-5 years old. Children must be accompanied by a caregiver; registration not required. Lindsay Wildlife Museum, 1931 First Ave., Walnut Creek. $5-$15. 925-935-1978.

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