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Points of Interest
A strong supporter of the community, their Fremont and Newark campuses bring fabulous community college instruction.
What you see here today is the hard work of many individuals and their contributions can be seen in the different halls. What originally began as a rescue mission has turned into one of the fastest growing (and largest) museums in Fremont.
A collection that began in the 1940's in the little town of Irvington, in a gravel quarry long forgotten by current residents which is now covered by...
The Museum is the result of the desire of MPHF (Mission Peak Heritage Foundation) and WTHS (Washington Township Historical Society) to have a permanent place to display historical artifacts each collected over...
PATTERSON HOUSE & ARDENWOOD HISTORIC FARM
George Washington Patterson came west in 1849 to seek his fortune in the goldfields of California. Instead he "struck gold" in the fertile farm fields of southern Alameda County, and it is still a functioning, working farm.