Civic Arts Saturdays


Everyone (best for ages 14-Adult) is invited to have a conversation with City of Pleasanton Civic Arts staff as they ignite conversations with one prompts centered around arts and entertainment. These free events are designed as a dialogue and education in The City of Pleasanton’s Civic Arts Division that includes the recreation programs, events, facilities, and operations of the Library and Recreations Civic Arts Division. Participants are encouraged to dive deep into the theme of each session and come with their questions. 

Scheduled Sessions

If you hope to join us, please fill out this brief form HERE so staff can determine set-up needs and perhaps have interactions and answers prepared ahead of time.

All sessions are 12-1pm and take place in the upstairs sitting area across the bridge unless otherwise stated 

Season 2023-24 Dates


  • September 30 | Come Take a Tour of the Firehouse Arts Center (Limited Space Available)
  • October 21 | Your Top 3 Hype Songs Ever
  • November 18 | Your Top 3 Most Underrated Musicians/Groups
  • December 16 | What The Average Person Should Know About Visual Art
  • January 27 | Your Most Groundbreaking Musical of All Time
  • February 17 | Your Top 3 Favorite Sci-Fi Movies of All Time
  • March 23 | Best Tear-Jerker from a Musical
  • April 20 | What Decade Had the Best Music?
  • May 18 | Favorite Food, Favorite Dish

Let us know you’re coming and send your questions ahead of time before each session by filling the this FORM. Civic Arts Staff will do their best to prepare answers ahead of the session. 

Join us at Civic Arts Saturdays— It’s Free!

Participation is FREE and drop-ins are welcome, though we hope you can fill out the brief form (clickable dates above when forms are available) to let us know you’re coming. We hope you understand that we may not get to all of your answers to the prompts as the theme is simply a conversation starter and we are making room for a Q&A. 

For More Information

Contact Mark Duncanson 
Recreation Supervisor, City of Pleasanton