Pleasanton Sports and Recreation Park 5800 Parkside Dr, Pleasanton, CA94588 Pleasanton Sports and Recreation Park is part of The Parks and Community Services Department. The park features…More basketball courts, a soccer field, volleyball, Little League fields, a running track, skateboarding track, concession stands and a batting cage.
Little Ivy League, also known as Yang Fan Academy, was founded in 2005 by Jennifer Zheng. The school instructs…More children from kindergarten through eighth grade, placing an emphasis on Chinese language and cultural immersion. Its after-school program offers academic instruction in accelerated reading, language arts, vocabulary, writing, accelerated math, critical reasoning and interactive learning. The academy also conducts a 10-week summer camp with activities including calligraphy, Chinese painting, abacus instruction and Chinese performing arts. Students can also sign up for elective camps such as Spectrum of Science, music and performing arts, debate and speech, LEGO camp and Shaolin kung fu.</p>
<p>The institution can also provide pick-up service from local schools with its own passenger vans.</p>
Subway 4555 Hopyard Rd, Pleasanton, CA94588 Founded in the summer of 1965 by seventeen-year-old Fred DeLuca on the advice of a family friend, no other submarine…More sandwich shop has experienced as much success as Subway. From the humble beginnings, it has gone on to become a leader in fresh, made-to-order sandwiches. A company with a conscience, Subway promotes healthy eating, and has partnered with Fresh Fit for Kids, Little League Baseball, and Jump Rope for Heart. Patron favorites include 6 inch and footlong subs such as Turkey Breast, Veggie Delite, Black Forest Ham and Italian B.M.T.
Super Franks 5341 Owens Ct, Pleasanton, CA94588 "Created by parents for parents" (and kids!), Super Franks is a clean, comfortable, affordable and great place for…More family fun night, or special occasions like birthdays and Little League celebrations. Not only is there a kid-friendly menu of pizzas, hot dogs and chicken fingers, but kids can also play the latest, age-appropriate video and redemption games in the arcade. For the younger set, there's Taught Town, an educational entertainment/interactive learning experience for kids ages 5 and under. Youngsters can romp to their heart's content in the indoor gym while parents supervise nearby enjoying freshly brewed Starbucks, free high-speed, wireless Internet, or just catching up with old friends. Check out the Web site for upcoming events and special offers.