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Business

  1. Manufacturing Day

    October 5, 2018, All Day

    The City of Dublin is participating in the annual nationwide Manufacturing Day. This event will feature facility tours and presentations at Tri-Valley manufacturers, as well as a lunch reception and exhibit of manufacturers. Selected local high school students from the Tri-Valley Regional Occupation Program, students from Las Positas College, and members of the SME Silicon Valley Chapter will be attending the facility tours.

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Parks & Community Services

  1. "Women in Service" Exhibit at Dublin Camp Parks Military History Center

    May 25, 2018, 11:00 AM - October 26, 2018, 5:00 PM @ Dublin Camp Parks Military History Center, Parks Reserve Forces Training Area, Building 275, just before the Main Gate Checkpoint off Dougherty Road at Camp Parks Boulevard

    During the 1940s and 1950s, Navy Nurses and Red Cross workers served important roles at Camp Parks and neighboring Shoemaker Hospital, a 3,000-bed facility which provided care for almost 46,000 patients during World War II. This exhibit salutes the women who helped to heal, comfort and transition injured sailors and Marines back to civilian life in a dynamic post-War world. On display are original Nurse and Red Cross uniforms, medical equipment, therapy artifacts and photos.

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  2. The Dublin Chamber of Commerce's First 50 Years: 1968-2018

    September 5, 2018, 1:00 PM - March 24, 2019, 4:00 PM @ Dublin Heritage Park & Museums

    Begin with a snapshot of Dublin in 1968, when the Dublin Chamber of Commerce was formed. As a small town with fewer than 100 businesses, fast-growing Dublin had beauty salons and barber shops, auto repair shops, and a cocktail lounge or two to serve new suburbanites who were moving here by the thousands. Learn about the Chamber’s first battle involving a soapbox derby, and see how the Chamber advocated for local businesses. By 1982, Dublin had more than 675 businesses and had become a major shopping and recreational destination with a bowling alley, drive-in movie theater, roller rink, and every type of fast food imaginable. Discover the Chamber’s role in helping Dublin gain a reputation as one of the best cities in California for business owners.

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