Event Rental Services in Walnut Creek

Two- or Four-Hour Photo-Booth Rental from 143 Photo Booth (Up to 58% Off)

143 Photo Booth

Merritt

Party packages include the use of props and a CD of all images; booth attendant takes care of setup and takedown

$695 $299

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Silent Dance Party with 25, 50, or 100 Headphones from ZEROdB (Up to 64% Off)

ZEROdB

Oakland

Silent dance parties help guests party without drawing noise complaints with music piped through up to 100 headphones

$300 $119

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$5 Buys You a Coupon for $30 Dollars Off at Eversnap

Eversnap

South Beach

For $5, receive a coupon for $30 dollars off

$5

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Small or Medium Karaoke-Room Rental at Knet Karaoke (Up to 51% Off). Four Options Available.

Knet Karaoke

Inner Parkside

Groups of friends croon tunes in small room, which holds between two and six people, or medium room, which holds between six and nine people

$19.50 $12

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2-, 5-, or 10-Day Office-Space Rental at Second Work Space (Up to 65% Off)

Second Work Space

Fremont

Collaborative work environment with high-speed Internet, ergonomic chairs and desks, coffee, and a fax machine, scanner, copier, and printer

$40 $17

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$5 Buys You a Coupon for 3 Hour Professional Video For $500 Private Event Business Promotion at Creative Vision

Creative Vision

South San Francisco

For $5, receive a coupon for Video

$5

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$22 for $45 Groupon — Nancy Benton Art Studio

Nancy Benton Art Studio

Newark

From the merchant: Socialize & express your creativity. For adults & beginners. Different painting first and third Friday of month.

$45 $22

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$5 Buys You a Coupon for 2 Hour Photobooth $299 Normally $650 at ATTR Photobooths

ATTR Photobooths

Multiple Locations

For $5, receive a coupon for 2-hour photobooth $299 normally $650

$5

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Two-and-a-Half Hour Painting Party for One, Two, or Four from Bottle & Bottega San Jose (Up to 51% Off)

Bottle & Bottega - SW San Jose

Los Gatos

Patrons drink, paint, and mingle as an experienced artist leads them step-by-step through the creation of their own painting masterpiece

$35 $20

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$289 for a Two-Hour Photo-Booth Rental from Hot Shot Photo Booth ($700 Value)

Hot Shot Photo Booth

Santa Rosa

Attendant-manned photo booth yields unlimited prints, customized for your special occasion with a personal inscription or logo

$700 $289

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$19 for Two Hours of Meeting Room Rental for Up to Four from Regus ($260 Value)

Regus

Multiple Locations

Meet with clients or partners in fully-furnished office spaces with WiFi and video conferencing capabilities

$260 $19

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Select Local Merchants

In the 1880s, historian and publisher Hubert Howe Bancroft started a 400-acre fruit farm in the Ygnacio Valley that produced walnuts and award-winning Bartlett pears. After being passed down through his family, the farm was rezoned for residential use and sold to developers. The final owner, Philip Bancroft, Jr. Cut down the last walnut orchard in 1971 and gave the remaining three acres of land to his wife Ruth to plant a new garden. Motivated by her lifelong passion for plants, Ruth filled the garden with her large collection of potted succulents and water conserving plants. Through the garden, she discovered how to protect tender plants from winter rains and hard freezes. Her efforts created a dynamic environment with contrasting textures and colors, and Ruth's original succulent, the aeonium 'Glenn Davidson' still grows in the garden, demonstrating the lasting benefits of water conserving plants   Today, with the help of a dedicated conservancy, The Ruth Bancroft Garden serves as an example of water conversation with it's range of succulents and 92 varieties of trees including eucalyptus, yucca, aloes, and palm. Visitors can explore the garden's diverse flora through self- and docent-guided tours or attend regular plant sales to take home their own salesman-eating plant. The garden also organizes special events including a fruit-tasting tour and a holiday centerpiece-making workshop.

1552 Bancroft Rd
Walnut Creek,
CA
US

Visitors gape at a vivid canvas of blossoming flowers and well-kept greenery as they stroll across the Gardens at Heather Farm, a 6.5-acre facility dedicated to ecologically responsible gardening. The grounds encompass more than 20 gardens, including the Cowden Rose Garden, where blossoming roses spring from the earth and cluster around trellises, poles, and arbors in dazzling displays. The Diablo Ascent Garden recreates the experience of ascending nearby slope Mt. Diablo and discovering a creekbed surrounded by a variety of plant colors and textures, while the Butterfly Garden draws in its eponymous insects with nectar-providing perennial and annual blossoms.

In addition to providing natural beauty, the gardens also serve as a living, photosynthesizing classroom for a variety of educational tours and gardening classes. Each flowerbed exemplifies top-notch horticultural practices—such as hydrozoning, where plants are grouped based on their water needs—and the grounds are entirely pesticide-free. Visitors can learn various flower-enriching techniques by enrolling in classes, consulting one of the onsite gardeners, or bribing a bumblebee for insider tips.

1540 Marchbanks Dr
Walnut Creek,
CA
US

The executive chef at Back Forty Texas BBQ Roadhouse and Saloon scripts a menu of authentic Texas recipes that pile plates high with tender meats and down-home sides. As diners stroll into the bright red roadhouse, noses sniff out smoky tendrils emerging from custom Southern Pride cookers where pork ribs, beef brisket, and barbecue chicken turn slowly for 14 hours, much like exceptionally sleepy astronauts.

100 Coggins Dr
Pleasant Hill,
CA
US

Today, the Dickey’s Barbecue Pit sign may be a ubiquitous symbol representing good ol’ Texas barbecue, but when Travis Dickey first opened his Dallas shop in 1941, the sign had to share space with advertisements to help pay rent. In the 70 years since then, the Dickeys have done well for themselves, with their initial store spawning a slew of franchises throughout the country. Though the barbecue at each outpost is no longer under the hand of one of Dickey’s descendants, each shop still smokes their own meats in-house to create the signature Texan flavor that infuses their briskets, pulled pork, and fall-off-the-bone ribs.

Meals can come in any size, from the a la carte sandwiches to platters that incorporate a chosen number of meats with a buttery roll, pickle, ice cream, and two homestyle sides. Whether serving up their dishes in the dining room or packing them up for take-away or catering, the staff ensures that each client gets a taste of Texas home cooking without the hassle rubbing every dish on a campfire crock-pot.

2634 Pleasant Hill Rd
Pleasant Hill,
CA
US

The team at Protege Photography Studio believes photography is not about staging moments. Instead, they are committed to capturing subjects at their most candid to produce authentic results. They eschew generic paper backgrounds for their very own Hollywood-style set. Photographers capture everything from family portraits to school plays with equipment such as Canon and Nikon cameras and edit end products with the latest technology, such as Express Digital Darkroom and Apple Aperture.

1002 Grayson Road
Pleasant Hill,
CA
US

Since 1993, Sweet Celebrations has helped hosts maximize festivities by carrying decorations and accouterments for any variety of shindig. In-house printing services run off custom invitations, banners, and candy-bar wrappers for birthdays, weddings, and baby's first dentist appointment. Sweet Celebrations' delivery service can bring balloon bouquets or arches directly to a local party venue, eliminating the risk of a party host popping balloons or floating to the moon instead of making it home.

170 Alamo Plz
Alamo,
CA
US