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The 2021 Taste of Lafayette will take place in a few weeks and is touted as Lafayettes Favorite Dinner Party. The event features a variety of restaurants throughout the city.
The Lafayette Chamber will host "Coffee" with the City of Lafayette Mayor Susan Candell in a few weeks. The Mayor will discuss her priorities for the city for the remainder of the year including the General Plan which is new.
Residents in Lafayette can mark their calendars, as the Outside Lands Festival has been rescheduled for this coming summer in the Bay Area.
American Heart Month will be celebrated by communities such as Lafayette by participating in the East Bay Pioneers 5K race. The event is open for a month, so registrants can choose their own day.
A fundraiser hosted by the Sentinels of Freedom will take place next month to raise funds for veterans.
A new bookstore has opened a new chapter in the Lafayette business scene. Reasonable Books is open and ready for the holiday season.
The Lafayette Chamber of Commerce is urging residents to play it safe this Halloween, and is organizing a special event to keep things fun.
An incredible mansion and property belonging to the founder and CEO of 24 Hour Fitness, Mark Mastrov, is up for sale in Lafayette. The price tag is a whopping $13.5m.
The Lafayette Chamber of Commerce is hoping a number of business owners and professionals will run for a seat on the chambers Board of Directors.
An upcoming battle of the bands will not only rock Lafayette, but will use a love of music to help young people in the community better deal with mental health issues.