Ribbon cutting to open Arroyo Trail officially
The public is invited to a Jan. 31 ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the formal opening of the multiuse Livermore-to-Pleasanton Arroyo Trail.
The nearly 2-mile-long trail, funded with $760,000 from the state, was built alongside the West Jack London Boulevard extension and ties Isabel Avenue and El Charro Road. It's accessible to pedestrians, bicyclists and horses and has been open for public use since December. It will eventually link the Livermore and Pleasanton trail systems. The ceremony will take place at 1 p.m. near the intersection of West Jack London Boulevard and Paragon Outlets Drive.
-- Jeremy Thomas, Staff
Bird wildlife experts to speak at library
Live owls and hawks will be on hand at the Pleasanton Library at 1:30 p.m. Saturday for a free one-hour presentation for children by wildlife experts Jenny Papka of Native Bird Connection and Jay Sheets of Hawk Talk.
Their handlers will share stories with the audience about the lives of the various types of birds. No registration is required for the program, which is for children kindergarten age and older. Free tickets will be distributed in the Children's area 30 minutes before the show. Doors will be closed to late arrivals once the program begins. The library is at 400 Old Bernal Ave. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/VGpkKx or call 925-931-3400 ext. 8.
-- Kelly Gust, Staff