Photo from Contra Costa County Fire Protection District
Yesterday a vegetation fire gutted the Lafayette Tennis Club on Camino Diablo in Lafayette, resulting in, “IMMEDIATE EVACUATION in the area of Camino Diablo & Springbrook Rd.” according to a message from the Lafayette Police, which was lifted several hours later. More information from this KTVU article here.
Blazin Jayz Smoke Shop, which opened last spring next to Learning Express Toys in Lafayette, closed recently, probably related to Lafayette’s flavored tobacco products ban this spring. I remember being amused by the vape flavors they offered such as, “apple e-juice, grape, banana cream and Hulk Tears” but I didn’t think most of their business comes from the sale of such products.
Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church
49 Knox Dr, Lafayette Saturday, October 5th, 2019
8:00am – 2:00pm | Free ($10 for 7am early bird entrance)
Pre-loved designer clothes, baby and kid clothes, toys, children’s gear, furniture, household goods, and much more. Cash and credit cards accepted. All sale proceeds benefit local non-profits that serve children, families, and communities in need. “There is something for everyone at the Lafayette Juniors’ Annual Rummage Sale — from designer clothing and shoes to home goods and toys for all ages.”
Thanks to everyone who sent word that The Cheese Steak Shop closed earlier this month in Lafayette. Their Walnut Creek, Concord and San Ramon locations remain open. Check out their menu here. How are the cheese steaks here, any fans?
I’ve seen quite a few Lamborghinis on city streets in my life, possibly even two, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen three of them parked without a special event going on. Spotted in downtown Lafayette. I guess there was some kind of Lamborghini fan club meetup going on.