Ski for Good 1499 Danville Blvd, Alamo, CA94507 Founded by Scott Walcheck, Ski For Good is a local business in Alamo available by appointment only. Clients are taught…More private ski instruction, while the funds are donated to a charity of their choice. Lessons are taught through Vail/Beaver Creek Ski School.
Round Hill Country Club 3169 Roundhill Rd, Alamo, CA94507 This local country club boasts tennis courts, an eighteen-hole golf course and a swimming pool. Residents are able to…More stroll the grounds at their leisure to participate in physical fitness or grab a meal at the restaurant on site. The club is sprawled out over rolling hills and has elegant and extensive facilities for members.
California Pedaler 495 Hartz Ave, Danville, CA94526 This local bike shop, owned and operated by John Knowles since 1976, has a large selection of bicycles that ranges from…More road bikes, mountain bikes, hybrids to children's bikes. Accessories like helmets, locks, racks and water bottles are also available. The shop also offers a "cash for clunkers" old bike trade-in policy. The store also includes a repair shop.
Sentinel Newspapers, Inc. 315 Diablo Rd, Danville, CA94526 The Valley Sentinel is a community newspaper that is delivered monthly to homes and business in Danville, Walnut Creek,…More Alamo, Blackhawk, Diablo and San Ramon. In business since 1995, the Valley Sentinel is a source for important community information on education, government, sports, wellness and lifestyle. The mission of the Sentinel is 'to provide community news and information of importance to residents and business owners here in the area', with an emphasis on working with the community to achieve the best local coverage. Denise Rousset currently serves as publisher.
Persuader American Angling 3207 Po Box, Danville, CA94526 Persuader American Angling is a Danville business that has been open since 1989. This is the main business office and…More telephone order call center. It designs, manufactures and sells a wide variety of baits and lures for all types of angling. The owners request that you call or email in order to find local retailers that carry the company's products.
Corporate Couture 347 Hartz Ave, Danville, CA94526 Corporate Couture creates promotional, logo-branded merchandise for local and national businesses. Owner Sarah…More Meechum keeps a strict policy of confidentiality for her clients, but they include well-known Internet companies and local sports teams. It will customize items such as apparel, coffee mugs, office gear or anything the client needs to market his business.
Total Threads 730 Camino Ramon, Danville, CA94526 Total Threads is a clothing store that carries sporting apparel, including letterman jackets, jewelry, hats, T-shirts…More and uniforms. Total Threads offers medical supplies and local school apparel. For product information, be sure to stop in or call the telephone number provided.
Just Tix is your one-stop location for premium tickets to sporting events, concerts and shows. From local shows to…More national events such as the Super Bowl, World Series and Kentucky Derby it does it all.</p>
<p>If you can't make it into the offices, tickets are available for purchase on-line 24 hours a day.</p>
Westminster Retreat 512 Hemme Ave, Alamo, CA94507 The Westminster Retreat, owned by the Presbytery of San Francisco, is available for nonprofit groups of 15 -…More 30 people to rent out. The property is spacious. There are eight rooms and multiple meeting spaces inside the facility. Gardens, hiking trails and plenty of outdoor sports activities are available as a part of this local getaway in rural Alamo.
The Next Step Dance Studio 109 Town and Country Dr, Danville, CA94526 Next Step Dance Studio has been a locally-owned and operated Danville business for several years. The owner has been…More teaching and dancing professionally for over 20 years. The studio offers specialized dance instruction and training for a variety of dance styles, including ballet, jazz, hip-hop, tap and performance teams. Classes are held daily in the afternoon and usually run from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The New York Dog, the Atomic Link Dog (yes, it's hot), the Kielbasa Polish Dog, the Smoked Chicken Apple Dog…More Dog—these are just some of the 16 varieties of hot dogs available at The Dog Smoothie & Sausages in Danville. Customers order at the counter, then dress up their frank with any of the four mustard choices. Seating in the cozy space is tight, with eight bar-style stools around a common table and a handful of window seats. Diners can also enjoy their meal and the hillside view at one of the five tables on the outdoor patio. Out of four East Bay locations, Danville's is the only one that serves beer—three on tap and seven bottled brews.</p>
<p>It is across the street from the high school and offers five lunch time meal deals for students. The owners also sponsor local sports teams, including the San Ramon Valley High School Men's Lacrosse Team and the S.R.V. Thunderbirds Pee Wee football team. </p>