Experience Unlimited Contra Costa Chapter

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General Meeting location and time:

Congregation B'nai Shalom:
74 Eckley Lane, Walnut Creek, CA 94596

Tuesdays:
9:00 - 9:15 am : Informal Networking
9:15 - 9:30 am : Member News and Needs

9:30 - 12:00 pm : General Meeting /Orientation & Speaker or Activity




From I680 Northbound:
Take the Rudgear Rd exit, go 0.2 mi, Merge onto S Broadway. After 1.4 mi turn right onto Mt Diablo Blvd. then continue onto Walker Ave. Just after Walker merges into Walnut Blvd., turn left onto Eckley Ln.

From I680 Southbound: Take exit 47 for N Main St toward Walnut Creek. Follow signs for North Main St South. Turn right off the exit ramp, onto N Main St. After .7 mi turn left onto Ygnacio Valley Rd. After .6 mi, **turn right onto Walnut Blvd. Follow Walnut Blvd (bear left where it forks) and turn left onto Eckly Ln after about .8 mi.

From CA24 Eastbound: Take the Mt Diablo Blvd exit. After .6 mi take the slight right to remain on Mt Diablo Blvd. After 0.9 mi continue onto Walker Ave, Follow Walker for .6 mi and just after Walker merges into Walnut Blvd., turn left onto Eckley Ln.

From Ygnacio Valley Rd Eastbound: Turn left onto Walnut Blvd (not Walnut AVENUE, which will come up first), then follow I680 Southbound directions from **.

B'Nai Shalom will be on the right. There is some parking in the lot behind, or in the Mt Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church parking lot on the left just BEFORE B'Nai Shalom.

 

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