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Baking and Brushes Studio Opens in Danville Livery

Danville Livery

A new children’s baking and art studio from the owners of Tal’s Patisserie and Pinot’s Palett recently opened in the Danville Livery on Sycamore Valley Rd. To find out more about their summer camp click here.

From their website:

Baking and Brushes is a creative Baking and Art studio, offering classes, camps and parties, for children and teens.
Baking and Brushes is a one of kind studio, founded by the owners of “Tal’s Patisserie” and “Pinot’s Palette”, with the goal of providing a safe and creative environment in which kids and teens can relax, learn baking and art skills and express their creativity.

The studio offers-
Birthday parties
Holiday events
Classes and camps
Parent and me classes and parties
Girl scouts activities
Homeschooling programs


McLaren Playing at Blackhawk Museum in Danville Nov 7th


Blackhawk Museum
3700 Blackhawk Plaza Cir, Danville
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017
5:30 – 9:00pm | $25

Special screening of McLaren at the Blackhawk Museum to benefit The Blackhawk Museums Children’s Education & Transportation Fund.

The story of Bruce McLaren, the New Zealander who founded the McLaren Motor Racing team. A man who showed the world that a man of humble beginnings could take on the elite of motor racing and win.

Movie showing followed by a Q & A with former race car driver Howden Ganley, the third employee hired by Brice McLaren’s new team as a junior mechanic

  • 5:30pm Reception at Blackhawk Museum
  • 6:30pm McLaren movie showing in Gallery (with intermission)
  • 8:00pm Q&A with Howden Ganley

Wow Wow Lemonade Coming to Danville Livery

Danville Livery

Hawaiian-based Wow Wow Lemonade is coming to the Danville Livery on Sycamore Valley Rd. Check for updates on their Facebook page here and Instagram page here.

From the Wow Wow Lemonade website:

With produce from local farmers, we’re able to create unique and gourmet flavors. Whether it’s Da Green Lemonade with locally grown Kale, our Makai Watermelon Basil with Big Island seedless watermelon and Kumu farms basil, or our Lychee Strawberry or Mango lemonades which are all sourced locally, we strive to provide uniquely crafted flavors that feature Hawaii’s finest fruits. We have chosen not to pasteurize our drinks, so that you can get the most nutrition and live enzymes possible, from every handcrafted drink.


Kohala Kitchen Opens in Crossroads of Danville

Crossroads of Danville

Thanks to a reader for sending word that the owners of Graze in Moraga have opened a new Hawaiian take-out focused spot in the Crossroads of Danville shopping center on San Ramon Valley Blvd. Interestingly, they have spam musubi. I tried the chicken musubi which was good but one of these days I’m going to have to try the spam option. Check out their menu here and check for updates on their Instagram page here. From their website:

Stop in for a quick salad, yummy bowl or a decadent baked good…ALOHA!

More photos including spam musubi after the jump… Continue Reading