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Pleasanton to Host 2nd Annual Community Campout

Event Sponsored by Community Services

Pleasanton Community Services will be holding its 2nd annual Community Campout between Friday, August 14 and Saturday, August 15, 2015.

“We’re very excited to be able to host this again for the 2nd year in a row,” said Susan Andrade-Wax, Director of Community Services for Pleasanton. “Everybody had such a good time at the inaugural event last year, we decided to keep it going. It’s also a great way to end the summer right before the start of the school season.”

This overnight family camping event is held at Bernal Community Park from Friday evening to Saturday morning. Some of the features include:

  • performances and entertainment by Firehouse Arts Center’s Creatures of Impulse staff
  • hikes lead by the City Naturalist
  • sports activities provided by Skyhawks Sports and much more!

This is a great opportunity to bring the whole family to relax, kick back and enjoy a warm August evening with other Tri-valley families. Dinner and breakfast will be cooked and served by Pleasanton Lions Club.

Registration is available now for all families, simply go to and register using barcode 60284. All ages welcome, tents can be provided upon request for additional fee. Tent space is limited to families of 6 or fewer people. Join us for great games, family fun & lasting memories.

About the City of Pleasanton

The City of Pleasanton is a vibrant Northern California community of 70,000 residents situated at the crossroads of Interstates 580 and 680, in close proximity to the San Francisco and San Jose metropolitan areas. The city’s location has historical significance as a major trading route of early

Native Americans and later along the route of the First Transcontinental Railroad. Pleasanton is a

major suburb identified by the U.S. Census as one of the wealthiest middle-sized cities in the nation

and, in 2010, was included on Money Magazine’s list of the ‘100 Best Small Cities to Live in

America.’ Among Pleasanton’s many attractions are an excellent school system, a highly educated

workforce, 1,200 acres of parkland and recreational open space, a nationally recognized business

park, a regional retail shopping mall, and a historic downtown district. For more information,

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