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THE HISTORY OF DUBLIN IS ALSO THE HISTORY OF ITS CITIZENS, BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS. PLEASE SUPPORT OR JOIN THESE FINE SPONSORS OF OUR MISSION

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Moving Plus

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Garage Floor Pro

Businesses come and go, but fond childhood memories remain. The loud music, strobing lights and the occasional bumps and bruises became the stuff of many kid’s stories. The Rollarena took over the former Safeway store at the San Ramon Village shopping center. It was the first local shopping center and was built in the early…

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All Smogs

With social distancing affecting our ability to see movies, maybe it’s time to remember Dublin in 1967. The San Ramon Auto Movie, at the Interstate 580/680 intersection, was the place to go for years. It later grew to have two screens and lasted into the 1980s. What did you see there? Don’t you wish there…

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Pacific West Gymnastics

The Antone School opened in in 1912 to serve the families in and around Tassajara Road near the Alameda/Contra Costa county border. Its one room school house probably taught about a dozen students in all grades at any one time. It closed in 1944…

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