Hi, I am looking for someone to come 3 times a week, preferably in the evenings. I have a 2-year-old and I will also need some help with cooking, cleaning, and laundry on some days.
If you are interested, please contact Kritika: 2103050870
Neighbors, We are thinking of moving to Dublin but have been scared by reading overflows in middle and high schools. I understand that there is only one high and it is way beyond the capacity. I know they are using portable class rooms by adding more classes but wondering if it is having negative impact on securing AP placements and electives. The property that we are looking has Wells Middle as the home school whose rating seem to have plummeted from 9 to six!
Interested to learn experiences of parents who have middle and high school going kids.
Thanking you all in advance
Dublin City is entertaining a proposal to construct more blocks of dense housing on the eastern side on Tassajara Road, opposite Emerald Glen Park, just north of Dublin Blvd. So far this land is supposed to be for pedestrian-friendly retail and restaurants.
It would simply be good and desirable by all Dublin residents if the land is left alone to be used for retail as originally planned. Dublin, after all, has a lot of big-box retail and now an enormous amount of housing for its size. Modern pedestrian-friendly retail would be an awesome, welcome addition. (Another story for another day – if the parcel can be used for the new High School). To understand what’s going on – the pink color below is the originally planned retail-oriented area:
And see, below, the pink area replaced with housing. So the new proposed plan is to instead construct more dense housing. Really? ?(And amongst other issues, where would kids from this new development go to school? – there is some serious thinking required here on part of the City Council and the School District).
A large retail area, walkable from across the Emerald Glen Park, Waterford, Sorrento, The Villas would be pretty cool – it’s a need, it’s a desire, both for the city’s residents, and its image.
Pictures above, worth a thousand words, are telling a different story that is evolving instead.
Granted a relatively much smaller retail is still part of the proposed plan – with two Hotels and a small Cinema. But it’s unacceptably small. There is a large well-earning population around that can help the retail sustain and flourish. There is no reason to dilute or change the existing Land Use Plan. And every reason for Dublin residents to oppose this plan. There is a petition to make the voice heard, that can be signed here. The Dublin city staff report on the item is available at http://bit.ly/2hEw92v on the city website (source of the pictures above).
Opening Friday, March 31 at Regal Hacienda Crossings Stadium 20 in Dublin, as well as 4 other movie theaters in the Bay Area. Local filmmakers, director Rucha Humnabadkar and writer-producer Rishi Bhilawadikar, invite you to attend opening weekend of the theatrical release of their film “For Here or To Go?” – a light-hearted narrative inspired by true events sharing the untold story of Indian immigrants in America as they strive to make a home away from home. Starring Ali Fazal (Furious 7, Fukrey), Melanie Chandra (CBS’s Code Black), Rajit Kapur (Making of the Mahatma), Amitosh Nagpal (Besharam), Omi Vaidya (3 Idiots), Samrat Chakrabarti (Viceroy’s House), and Bay Area local actor Keith Stevenson. RSVP to our Facebook event and bring your friends and co-workers (even if they have never had a samosa!) – bit.ly/forhere
Sindhu Surendra is the Founder and Artistic Director of Shiva Noopuram(School of Kuchipudi) established in Dublin,California in the year 2014, dedicated towards propagating the Indian classical dance form kuchipudi which has more than 2000 years old history and has originated from a small village by the same name, Kuchipudi, in Southern India. The mission of the school is to perform, spread and teach the dance form.
About Artistic Director : http://kuchipudikalakar.blogspot.com/2014/09/sindhu-surendra-kandi.html
Location: Safari Kids 4564 Dublin blvd Dublin CA 94568
Hi, me and my husband are looking for like-minded people in San Ramon/Dublin/Pleasanton area.
We are a young couple from Delhi and have no kids .Would love to meet some new people who would be interested in fun activities like hiking, travelling, watching movies etc. Looking forward to connect. bezudar1…@g…com
Tri-Valley Table-Tennis Classes take place on Sunday evenings from 6-7 PM and 7-8 PM at Genius Kids Club Dublin at 6044 Dougherty Road, Dublin, CA 94568. The classes are led by ITTF certified coach and course conductor Shashin Shodhan who has represented the US in many international competitions including the North American Olympic Trials where he was one of the top performers. Shashin owns the Fremont Table Tennis Academy which is one of the top performing clubs in the nation awarded the designation as a USA Table Tennis National Center of Excellence. Shashin has also won 15 US national titles in various age and rating categories. He is assisted by other top Indian ITTF-certified coaches in the table-tennis class. Email: inf…@f…com
Lil Buds daycare in Pleasanton (across the street from the Kaiser IT center on Hacienda), has 1 full time and 2 part time openings for toddlers. We are a licensed, small family daycare, with a huge emphasis on learning. Check us out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/funeventsatdaycare/
Call us for more information, at 510-943-4374.
Facility Number: 013422374
Hi, I have a large family day care and I am looking for a part time teaching assistant. For now, I am looking for someone to work Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 1-4 pm. These days will eventually increase to 5 days/week from 1-4 pm. The children are 3-5 year old and need minimum assistance. The main job is to teach basic phonics and Math skills. Will train on the job. Will get fingerprinting and first aid training done. If you are a warm personality and have the patience to listen and respond to preschoolers, then you are right for the job. Will pay $12/hr.
Please contact me by mail renuk_sing…@y…com or by phone 925-8332751.
Hi, we are looking to move to either dublin or san Ramon CA .
I want to look for a school with good attention towards sports and other extra curicular activities along with academics.
Which elementary schools / middle / high schools are better .
Can anyone give individual review on the dublin and San ramon schools. I have seen greatschools website but the reviews are so much old.
any other pro-cons between dublin and san ramon ?
which is a better place between dublin and san ramon in terms of software jobs both opportunity vise and commute.
Does it get really hot in summer and cold and windy in winters compared to fremont or east bay ?
Have One Bedroom available in a 5 bedroom single family home in East Dublin. Females only!
-In East Dublin
-Walking distance to Hacienda/Regal Theater complex and Emerald Glen Park
– In quiet neighborhood close to park and walking/biking trails
-Easy access to 680/580, Stoneridge Mall, Ranch 99, Bart
-HOA community with Olympic Sized swimming pool and nice greenbelts
-Access to all common area of the house (family room, kitchen, laundry room, dining room)
– Can park on street (plenty of parking space on street)
– Private Full Bathroom
-$700 for room
-Utilities (PG&E, water, trash, washer/dryer and Comcast internet ) are included for FREE!
Can move in starting on May 1st
1st Month: $700
Security Deposit: $700
Term: Month to month lease and 30 day advance leave notice
NO: smoking, drugs, pet, kids, overnight guests.
Looking for working professional(s) or college student with income that are clean, responsible, quiet, cook lightly only. You can respond to this email for schedule viewing of the room.
Please respond with detail about yourself so we know you are not a spammer. Also, we are only interested in ONE person per room.
email at: Dipika.Biswas@gmail.com
We are planning to buy a home in Dublin and my kids will attend Dublin elementary, Wells middle and Dublin high.
Could anyone please share their opinions Or experiences on any of these schools?
Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Fresh homecooked Indian food available daily. Pickup available in Dublin, CA. Please call Holistic Kitchen to place order – 925-322-5526
Pls see blog for weekly menu – http://holistickitchen2013.wordpress.com
Delicious healthy and fresh food cooked in Olive oil. Catering for parties available upto 50 people
32 oz paneer dish – $16
16 oz paneer dish – $8
32 oz daal – $14
16 oz daal – $7
32 oz sabzi – $15
16 oz sabzi – $7.50
New menu everyday. 1 sabzi plus 1 curry available, freshly cooked from scratch everyday plus roti and rice. A variety of healthy homecooked meals available, Daal, rajma, punjabi kadhi, white chole, daal makhani, matar paneer ( peas with matar),matar aaloo (peas with potatoes), bhindi masala, mushroom matar(mushroom with peas), palak paneer, shahi paneer, aaloo gobhi(cauliflower with potatoes), capsicum with potatoes, methi aaloo, green beans with potatoes, rajasthani gatte ki kadhi, bhartha (roasted eggplant with tomatoes) chicken masala, karahi chicken
Hello, I live in pleasanton and have parents visiting from India; but they are bored in the evenings. Is there a place desi parents (visiting from India) meet up/walk in evenings? Similar to lake Elizabeth area in Fremont?
Preferably closer to pleasanton/dublin (as opposed to Windermere) – that is too far from where I live.
Planning for summer activities for your children? How about some fun and learning with Bollywood Dance?!
Friends, I am going to start a Bollywood Dance Summer Camp from June 11th to July 5th, 2012 – Monday to Thursday.
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM for Age Group 9-13 years
02:00 PM – 04:30 PM for Age Group 5-8 years
Kids will learn multiple dance styles during these 3-4 weeks. It would be full of entertainment, as well as fitness for kids.
Each week they learn different dance/song. So you can sign up for full 4 weeks ($200), or even choose any 3 weeks ($150) (to accommodate for any other vacation plans).
Hurry up and sign up soon; kids will sure have FUN and enjoy this summer camp.
Just confirm on this post, and don’t forget to send it across to your other friends.
You can always reach me @408-625-7237 or email@example.com to get more information.
Looking forward to some fun summer time!
We are having a Hindu Heritage Camp for kids (age 5 yrs to 13 yrs) at Dublin Library on 8th April (Sunday) from 1 PM – 4:30 PM. With a perfect blend of cultural activities, games and sports and religious lessons, HHC is proven to be an effective medium to impart Hindu values to the children while they make many friends. The following are the activities to be held the coming Sunday afternoon:
Ice Breakers for kids to get acquainted with others and feel comfortable as a group.
Warm-up exercises for kids to get ready to play games.
Games where kids have fun and channelize their loads of energy.
Shlokas to be recited during various times of a day – waking up, food, study time, sleep.
Art and Crafts to realize their innate creativity and artistic talents.
Story telling where kids learn moral and historic stories to develop great character.
Discussions where they can address common challenges faced by kids at school.
On 29th January, 2012 (Sunday) attend a free workshop on the Spiritual Practice of Chanting at the Dublin Library. The workshop would cover topics like what is Chanting, what name of God should one chant, how should one chant and benefits of Chanting.
Venue: Dublin Public Library 200 Civic Plaza Dublin, CA 94568
Date: Sunday, 29 January 2012
Time: 2.00 PM – 3.30 PM
Total seats available: 30
This event is being organized by the Spiritual Science Research Foundation (SSRF). SSRF’s aim is to “educate society on the spiritual dimension and how it affects our lives. We conduct research and convey knowledge about the spiritual dimension to help people understand it, advise those who are curious to experience it for themselves, and guide those who have intense desire for spiritual growth and God-realisation towards achieving their goal.”
SSRF was founded with the blessings of His Holiness Dr. Jayant Balaji Athavale. As a Consultant Clinical Hypnotherapist, he had learned that some of his patients with whom he had very little success, had recovered after adopting spiritual remedies such as visiting sacred places, remaining in the holy company of spiritually evolved people (Saints) or performing certain religious rituals. After interacting with Spritual minded people, he concluded that there are spiritual causes behind not just illnesses of patients, but also behind all major events and most problems in life. He worked tirelessly in the field of Spirituality to share with others his research into the understanding of the spiritual dimension using a scientific approach. The believers also believe in their ability to perceive the subtle dimension or the unseen world, or in other words, sixth sense.
The organization is based out of Australia, has very active member base in Europe, and also registered in the USA. Not sure what brought the workshop to the Dublin (California) Library, but it may be worth attending – even if just to get more exposed to the intriguing concept.
Check out this video on the concept:
Understand Your Child – Workshop will be conducted on February 3rd, 2012 – 7:00pm in Dublin, CA.
Parenting can prove to be a very rewarding experience in one’s life. Because of the changes in our lifestyles, values and human relations, parenting is also becoming a challenge with parents having to deal with many issues related to children’s behaviour. Often parents are found saying my kid
· Does not listen to me
· Jumps around and breaks many things
· Does not eat properly
· Is just glued to the TV all the time
· Is just not interested in studies, etc.
Understand Your Child workshop is a 2.5 hour interactive seminar from the Art of Living which helps parents deal with several such issues by finding the root cause behind them. It gives them an insight into how children think and thus a better understanding of their behavior. It points out small things that adults tend to overlook that may have a deep impact on children. Several hundred such workshops have been conducted benefiting many thousands of parents making their relationships with their children much more harmonious.