San Ramón Valley is a treasure trove of history and culture, with many sites offering a unique opportunity to explore the past. From the San Ramón Valley Museum to Rock 101, School of Rock San Ramon and the Tatcan Indian Memorial Site, there are plenty of educational programs available for visitors to learn about the area's rich heritage. The San Ramón Valley Museum is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the valley's history and culture. Its collections and exhibitions reflect the human experiences, institutions and cultures that were shaped by the landscape, environment and first inhabitants of the valley.
Visitors can explore a permanent exhibition that includes artifacts, a historical narrative frieze and images of historic buildings. Rock 101 is one of the best School of Rock San Ramon programs for children and beginners. Students have a weekly group rehearsal where they learn to play classic rock songs that have been simplified for beginning musicians. In addition, Rock 101 students in San Ramón have a private weekly music class with an instructor who helps them learn the concepts and skills behind their interpretive songs. The School of Rock San Ramon adult program is for students 18 and older who are looking to improve their musical competence or learn an instrument without previous musical experience. All School of Rock San Ramon instructors are experienced musicians, and they emphasize fundamental musical theory and technique when teaching guitar lessons to children.
Students in the San Ramón Area Adult Program learn to play the piano through a combination of weekly private piano lessons for beginners and weekly rehearsals with the band. Every few months, students from the School of Rock San Ramón Interpretation Program take the stage and play at local San Ramón music venues in front of a live audience. Enjoy a fun-filled night tasting craft beer and shopping during the fifth annual edition of the Danville Shops craft beer tour, benefiting the educational and community programs of the San Ramón Valley Museum. The Tatcan Indian Memorial Site is located on the side of the San Ramón stream, just west of the Canine Corral. These young musicians will have personalized development plans designed by their instructors and will reinforce key concepts during private classes and group rehearsals, all with the aim of performing live in a music venue in San Ramón. Every School of Rock bass instructor is a practicing musician in San Ramón and teaches bass classes for children with excellent results. San Ramón Valley offers plenty of educational programs for visitors to explore its rich history and culture.
From museums to music schools, there are plenty of opportunities to learn about this unique area's past.