The golf club fitter, builder, and retailer Club Champion has opened a new location in Blackhawk Plaza in Danville where Patrick James used to be. Check out their grand opening special here for 50% off a full bag fitting or 33% off all other fittings, good until June 30th. If you read the fine print it does indicate that it expires 6/30/16 so check ahead.
A couple of years ago Blackhawk Burger opened in Blackhawk Plaza in Danville and now San Francisco-based Beep’s Burgers will be opening in this spot soon. A few years ago Beep’s in San Francisco got a new owner according to this interesting article from The Ingleside-Excelsior Light. Has anyone eaten at Beep’s? Check out the San Francisco menu here. I look forward to trying this place out!
Back before man sky rocketed to the moon, Beep’s Burgers was already serving San Francisco with it’s unique food. Established in 1962, we have been dedicated to serving the best burgers along with a wide variety of dishes. Stop by soon at our new Blackhawk location and try it out for yourself!
3380 Blackhawk Plaza Circle, Danville Soo Dance Company & Academy has relocated to Blackhawk Plaza in Danville in a great spot next to the Blackhawk Museum. They offer classes to people of all ages, including adults. Check out their classes here.
Wandering around Blackhawk Plaza in Danville and you’ll probably see kids feeding the ducks as they waddle in the pond stretching throughout the inside of the plaza. A sign at Draeger’s grocery store explains that any register sells a 6 oz. package of, “unprocessed cracked corn, millet and flax” for $1.95.
3700 Blackhawk Plaza Circle beginning Saturday, February 21st, 2015
The Spirit of the Old West exhibition tells the story of the western frontier from the perspective of both the Native Americans and the settlers before, during and after the expansion west. The exhibition features authentic artifacts from the period, a large diorama depicting key historic moments, scenes of wildlife from the frontier and other elements that bring the past to life.
This exhibition was collected and curated by Jerry Fick who was born in 1947 in Redding, Pennsylvania. The son of farmers, Jerry grew up poor, but developed an early fascination with Indians and began collecting Indian artifacts after finding a spear point near the well on his family’s homestead. His parents and his grandmother (a full blooded Lenni Lenape or Delaware Indian) fostered his interests in Indians and helped him find and acquire items of interest. Continue Reading