West Alameda Business Association
1509 1/2 Webster Street, Suite B, Alameda, CA 94501, California 94501

(510) 523-5955

2016 SPLASH INTO SPRING EGG SCRAMBLE
3/19/2016 5:00:00 PM UTC - 3/19/2016 7:00:00 PM UTC
Crab Cove-1252 McKay Avenue, Alameda, CA, California, 94501
The Alameda Friends of the Parks Foundation, East Bay Regional Park District, Rotary Club of Alameda, and the Alameda Recreation and Park Department proudly present the 2016 SPLASH INTO SPRING EGG SCRAMBLE.  

Bring the entire family to our very popular community event.  This FREE egg-citing event will take place on Saturday, March 19, 2016 in the Crab Cove Picnic Area at Robert Crown Memorial State Beach (1252 McKay Avenue, Alameda).  Free parking will be available at the Otis and Westline Drive parking lot.  Pre-registration is not necessary. 

Pre-Scramble activities begin at 10:00 a.m., and include the Mobile Fish Exhibit, lawn games, arts & crafts, photos with the bunny ($3 per photo – with your own camera).  Snacks will be available for purchase courtesy of the Alameda Youth Committee (AYC).  

New for 2016!  There will be two Egg Hunt Scramble times, divided by ages.  At 11:30 a.m., we will hold the Egg Hunt Scrambles for Walking to 4 year olds.  At 11:40 a.m., we will hold the Egg Hunt Scrambles for 5 to 12 year olds.  Be sure to bring your own basket to collect your goodies!   
In case of rain, all activities will be rescheduled for Saturday, March 26th at the same times.  

For further information about SPLASH INTO SPRING EGG SCRAMBLE, contact the Alameda Recreation and Park Department, (510) 747-7529 or visit our website at http://alamedaca.gov/recreation  
2nd Annual Veterans Job & Resource Fair
In honor of Veterans Day 2017, the USS Hornet Museum is hosting a 2nd Annual Job & Resource Fair for veterans, military families and active military soon to be transitioning to civilian jobs. This event is an opportunity to meet face-to-face with top Bay Area companies from a cross-section of industries ready to hire. Even if you are not familiar with a company or hiring agency, still visit their booth as they may have the right job waiting for you at their corporate office despite being, for example, a retail company. Visit our website before the big day to see which employers are participating. Bring copies of your resume, pens and confirmation of your registration. Come ready to be interviewed. Registering is important for faster on-boarding and to give us an accurate head count for refreshments and supplies. Your registration provides an opportunity to tour the ship in between seeing recruiters, as well as admission on Saturday, November 11th for Veterans Day. Due to security reasons, please do not bring large bags or backpacks if at all possible with you. Please share this opportunity with other veterans and military spouses you know looking for work. Thank you. FAQs Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? I.D. required to match name on registration. Bring your military card or form DD214 (if you still have it), just in case an employer or service provider asks. You may register at the door but we strongly encourage advance registration so we know you are attending. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Free parking lot in front of the ship, including many handicap stalls. There will be a free shuttle from the College of Alameda to the ship. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Outreach@uss-hornet.org. For more information about the museum, visit www.uss-hornet.org. Dress code? If at all possible, dress professionally as if going on an interview. If planning to explore other parts of the ship beyond the Hangar Deck, we discourage wearing open toe shoes for your safety as reaching those decks or levels will require using a ladder. Is there a free shuttle? Yes! Michael's Transportation (one of the employers participating) will run a free shuttle on a continuous loop between the Admin Building of the College of Alameda to the Hornet and back again. This location is near the corner of Webster Street and Atlantic Avenue, a major stop for buses in Alameda.