Calendar

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JANUARY 2017

CAMPBELL

January 25
Recycle Book Club meets, 6:30-7pm book club meeting, 7-8pm meet the author of ‘The Oracle of Stamboul’, Michael David Lukas. 275 E. Campbell Ave. recyclebookstore.com.

January 27
History Happy Hour, 5:30-7:30pm. Join speaker Ted Atlas for “Football and Technology: The Essences of the Bay Area”. Ainsley House, 300 Grant St. 21 and over. Register at campbellmuseums.org.

GILROY

January 14
Book Sale, 10am-1pm. All ages welcome to browse and find great deals on used books. Gilroy Library, 350 W. Sixth St. sccl.org

January 16
Bike Safety Rodeo. 10am-3pm. Sponsored by the Gilroy Police Department. Bring your bike for an inspection. View displays and get FREE helmets, bike licensing and child fingerprinting and free hot dogs. Gilroy Police Department, 7301 Hanna St., between the PD and Senior Center.

January 16
Interfaith Special Service, 7pm. Interfaith Community of South County. Martin Luther King services led by the Interfaith Clergy Alliance. St. Mary’s Church, 11 First St.

January 21
Trail Work Day, 8:30am-3pm. Helping hands needed at Coe State Park. Coffee and doughnuts provided. Bring a lunch. Hunting Hollow entrance. Find more information at coepark.net.

January 21
A Day of Renewal, 8:15am-1:30pm. Awake with inspirational speaker Linda Schubert, internationally acclaimed author of the “Miracle Hour,” “Miracle Man”
and “Miracle Woman”. Continental breakfast served. $15. Old City Hall restaurant, 7400 Monterey Rd. Contact Debe 408.761.1256.

January 22, 29
Broadway Movie Musical, 2pm and 4:30pm. The Gilroy Children’s Musical Theater recreate Broadway’s greatest moments on film with songs from “Matilda,” “School of Rock,” “Legally Blonde” and more. The feature film will premiere at Century 20 Oakridge theater, 925 Blossom Hill Rd. Get tickets at brownpapertickets.com.

January 26
Employment Seminar, 8am-10am. Laws, Trends and Tips for 2017 presented by the Gavilan Employer Advisory Council. Breakfast included. Members $40, Non members $55. Hilton Garden Inn, 6070 Monterey Rd. Call Roberto at 408.216.6043.

January 27
Deadline-Piano Competition. The Gavilan College 12th annual Marian Filice Music Festival is coming March 4. Applications for participation are due soon. Visit gavilan.edu/music.

January 28
Champagne and Caviar Pairing. Come experience something new at Fortino Winery, showcasing their Champagnes. Visit fortinowinery.com.

HOLLISTER

January 1, 7, 8
Curbside Tree Pickup, 9am. Hollister and San Juan Bautista’s Boy Scouts will pick up Christmas trees. A donation of $8 can be left under the doormat. Make checks out to BSA Troop 436 for Hollister and BSA Troop 428 for SJB. For more information email hollistertroop436@gmail.com or san.juan.troop0428@gmail.com.

January 18
VFW Auxiliary Craft Evening, 7-9pm. Come paint on glass and help raise funds for veterans. Instructions in the “stain press” technique will be provided. All materials provided for $30, includes refreshments. Veterans Memorial Building,649 San Benito St.

LOS GATOS

Through June 25
Cement Prairie, New Museum Los Gatos presents an exhibition that explores the American Indian Relocation program initiated in 1952 viewed through a collection of personal stories, documents and more. 106 E. Main St. numulosgatos.org

January 5, 12
Acoustic Open Mike, 6:45. Join the South Bay Folks for an evening of acoustic music. Open and free to all musicians, singers and songwriters. Los Gatos Lodge, 50 Los Gatos-Saratoga Blvd. southbayfolks.org.

January 16-20, 22
South Bay Teen Idol Auditions. Sign up for this singing competition for youth in grades 8 to 12. All are welcome. Choose either live or video auditions. Live auditions are on Jan. 22 from 10am – 2pm on a first-come, first-served basis. Video auditions are on Jan. 16 – 20 from 3:30-7pm. Jewish Community Center, 14855 Oka Rd. All auditions are held at complete application. Further audition information at apjcc.org.

MONTEREY

January 8
Winter Wedding Expo, Noon-4pm. Over 60 wedding exhibitors. Shop for your entire wedding needs in one location. Taste samples of tempting dishes and cakes. Win prizes. Tickets are $10 at the door or $8 online. VIP is $25. Seaside, Monterey Embassy Suites, 1441 Canyon Del Rey Blvd. eventbrite.com

January 21
Dune Restoration, 10am-1pm. Come help restore a critical habitat for the threatened Western snowy plover species. Monterey State Beach at 2600 Sand Dunes Dr. Look for signs with R.O.N. RSVP at 831.582.3686 or visit csumb.edu/ron.

January 28, 29
Annual Whalefest 10am-5pm. Celebrate the return of the gray whales. Enjoy a variety of activities and live entertainment. A FREE family fun event Old Fisherman’s Wharf. For more information go to montereywhart.com.

MORGAN HILL

January 6
First Friday Art Walk Reception, 6-8pm. Meet the featured artist of the month and enjoy live music and refreshments. Free admission. GVA Café, 17400 Monterey Rd. morganhillartgallery.com

January 14
Polar Bear Plunge, 11am-Noon. Pull the swimsuit back out and take a plunge down the slide into an unheated pool. Then warm up in the warm instructional pool. $10 for participants, $5 for spectators. Aquatics Center, 16200 Condit Rd.

January 18, 25
Great Musical Moments, 10am-2pm. Come learn to dance to great songs in music history. $20. Community and Cultural Center, 17000 Monterey Rd. mapado.com

January 18
Native Plant Talk, 7pm. Come learn about native plants from the California Native Plant Society. Morgan Library, 660 W. Main Ave. sccl.org

January 21
Morgan Hill Values Youth, 10am-2:30pm. Helping to impact youth in a positive way by connecting families to community resources. Attend a Youth Panel and learn about the challenges they face today. FREE lunch provided for all registered participants. Community and Cultural Center, 17000 Monterey Rd. mhyouthconference.com

January 25
Preschool Info Night, 6-8pm. Parents and caregivers are invited to come meet local educators and learn about local preschool and pre-K programs for free. CCC, 17000 Monterey Rd. Contact Joanna@joannafacey.com.

January 28
Sobrato HS Crab Feed, 5pm. Unlimited food and fun including dessert auction and raffle. Benefits FFA Boosters. Tickets $50-adults, $30 for 12 and under. Get tickets at BookSmart, 1295 E. Dunne Ave., Suite 120. Feast in gym at 401 Burnett Ave. Contact sobratoagboosters@mhusd.org.

January 28
Father Daughter Dinner Dance, 5:30-8:30pm. Spend a special night with a delicious dinner and dance. Bring dad, uncle, or other family member, if dad is unavailable. Tickets $32-$37. Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center, 17000 Monterey Rd. Contact 408.782.0008. morgan-hill.ca.gov

SAN JOSE

January 5-8
Silicon Valley Auto Show, 10am-6pm. View hundreds of the latest cars, crossovers, SUVs, trucks and more. $8-$11. San Jose McEnery Convention Center, 150 W. San Carlos St. svautoshow.com

January 13, 15
Shen Yun 2017 World Tour, 7:30pm Friday, 1pm Sunday. Shen Yun brings a lost civilization to life on stage with unequaled artistic dance and music mastery, making it a stunning visual and emotional experience. Center of the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd. sanjosetheaters.org

January 21
Steinway Society, 7:30pm. Be inspired by the performance of Klara Frei & Temirzhan Yerzhanov, popular piano duo. Trianon Theatre, 72 N. Fifth St. Call 408.990.0872 or visit steinwaysociety.com.

January 21, 22
Bay Area Pet Expo, 10am-5pm Saturday, 11am-4pm Sunday. Bring your four-legged pal and enjoy a day of FREE exhibits, demos, prizes, and live entertainment. Get FREE nail trims and more. Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, 344 Tully Rd. bayareapetexpo.com

January 24-29
Kinky Boots, 7:30pm. A smash hit musical, limited engagement. Tickets $43 to $153. San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd. ticketmaster.com

January 28
Play Your Way, 5:30-8pm. Designed for children with autism, ages 2-15. $20 per family (up to 8). Pre-registration required. Children’s Discovery Museum, 180 Woz Way. Call 408.673.2822 or go to cdm.org/autism

February 5
Super Guadalupe River Run, 9am. Before the event, gather your family and friends. Go the distance at 6.2miles or kick it off at 3.1miles. Either way you’ll be a winner. For more information go to grpg.org.

SAN JUAN BAUTISTA

January 1, 7, 8
Curbside Tree Pickup, 9am. Hollister and San Juan Bautista’s Boy Scouts will pick up Christmas trees. A donation of $8 can be left under the doormat. Make checks out to BSA Troop 436 for Hollister and BSA Troop 428 for SJB. For more information email hollistertroop436@gmail.com or san.juan.troop0428@gmail.com.

January 28
Mission 10, 7:30am registration and packet pickup. Kick off the year with a half-marathon, 10 Mile, or 5k and 1mile kids fun run. Benefiting local charities. Start and finish in front of the historic San Juan Mission. The course takes runners through farmland in a rural area. Medals awarded. www.racemine.com/mission-10

SARATOGA

January 25
Literary Luncheon, 11:30am-1:30pm. Award-winning novelist, Karen Joy Fowler will discuss her last work, We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves. Enjoy a delicious lunch paired with wine, included with ticket at $45. Montalvo Arts Center-Historic Villa, 15400 Montalvo Rd. montalvoarts.org

WATSONVILLE

January 5
Art and Play in Pre K, 9:30-11am. Parents of toddlers, preschool and kindergarten aged children are invited to come for a morning of activities with your child. Mount Madonna Schools. RSVP encouraged. Call 408.846.4042 or email benna.dimig@mountmadonna.org.

January 11
Mount Madonna School Campus Tour, 9:30-11am. Prospective families are invited. Programs focus on positive character, creative self-expression and academic excellence from preschool through grade 12. Mount Madonna School Library, 491 Summit Rd. Call 408-846-4042.

January 28
Into the Woods, 7pm. The plot centers on a baker and his wife who incur the wrath of a witch and subsequently become cursed. Their fates are then linked to other Disney caricatures such as Cinderella, Granny and the Wolf. Mount Madonna School, Hawks Nest Gymnasium, 445 Summit Rd. Get tickets at brownpaperticket.com.

January 28
Grape Pruning Class, 10am-Noon. Learn about various species of grapes and various pruning methods. UC Cooperative Extension, 1430 Freedom Blvd. mbmg.org

WILLOW GLEN

January 21
Annual Crab Feast, 6-10:30pm. Help support the arts at Willow Glen Middle School and High School at this fun event. 2455 Masonic Dr. in San Jose. wgpab.org

ONGOING YEAR-ROUND

SUNDAYS

MORGAN HILL
Good Grief Group, 2pm. First and third Sunday. Providing a safe and respectful place to share your grief. United Methodist Church, 17175 Monterey St. Call 408.607.5779 or email platnumcr@aol.com.

Morgan Hill Grange Breakfast, 8-11am. First Sunday. Pancakes, eggs, ham or sausage, juice, coffee, tea. $6. Morgan Hill Grange, 40 East Fourth St. Call 408.776.1500.

LOER BINGO, 1:15 open. Support Live Oak Emerald Regime. Britton Auditorium, 80 West Center Ave. emeraldregime.org/bingo

MONDAYS

GILROY
Grief Support, 6-7:30pm. Third Mondays. Gilroy Presbyterian Church, 6000 Miller Ave. Contact Judi Johnson at jj2x@att.net or call 831.524.5738. All are invited on the first Mondays for a dinner and social at Old City Hall at 7400 Monterey St. Inquiries are most welcome.

Parkinson’s Support Group, 1-3pm. Second Monday. The Village Green Senior Living Center. FREE. 7600 Isabella Way. Call 408.848.2240.

HOLLISTER
Grief Support Group, Noon, First Monday. Sponsored by the Palliative Care Program. Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital boardroom.

Stroke Support Group, 6pm, Third Monday. Support Services Building at Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital, 911 Sunset Dr., second floor.

MORGAN HILL
Duplicate Bridge Game, 6:20pm. Open and 99’er games. ACBL sanctioned. Guaranteed partner. Morgan Hill Senior center, 171 West Edmondson Ave. Call Win Stone at 408.921.8512 or email win.stone@charter.net.

SAN MARTIN
Line Dancing Lessons, 7:30-9:30. Join Lu at the San Martin Lions Club, 12415 Murphy Ave. 408.683.4448.

TUESDAYS

GILROY
California State Horsemen’s meeting, 7pm last Tuesdays. All breeds and levels of riders welcome to join. Celebrate everything horse. Claddaugh Restaurant, 1300 First St. csharegion6.org

HOLLISTER
Duplicate Bridge with Linda, Noon. Refreshments served or bring a lunch. Dunne Park, 600 West St. Call 831.801.9257 or email linda.king@hughes.net.

MORGAN HILL
BINGO, 5pm. CCC, Hiram Room., 17000 Monterey Rd. Call 408.782.1284 or go to fmhsc.org.

Dementia Caregiver Support Group, 6-7:30pm. Third Tuesday. Drop-in okay. $8 fee requested but not required. New Location: 17015 Walnut Grove Dr. Suite 103. Call 408.225.6617 or visit dementiacarecoaching.com.

Line Dancing with Lu, 1-3pm. $2. Morgan Hill Recreation Center, 171 W. Edmundson, Senior Center.

La Leche League Meeting, 6:30-7:30pm. Third Tuesday. Casa Natal Birth Center, 50 W. Main Ave. Suite D. Call 408.778.7583.

Overeaters Anonymous, 7-8pm. If you would like help, all are welcome. No dues or fees. Advent Lutheran Church, 16870 Murphy Ave., Park in back. Call or text 408.859.8654 or email tony.mannino1@verizon.net.

Prenatal YOGA, 5:30-6:30pm. Specially designed for expectant women led by a certified instructor and Registered Nurse. Mira Monte Dance room at Community Cultural Center, 17000 Monterey St. Call 408.825.3774.

South Valley Quilt Association 7pm. Second Tuesday. Meeting and social at Hiram Morgan Hill House, 17860 Monterey Rd. Become a member for $30 annually. svqa.org

WEDNESDAYS

GILROY
Dementia Caregivers Support Group, 6:30-7:30pm. First Wednesday. Village Green of Gilroy, 7600 Isabella Way. Call 408.441.0223.

Line Dancing with Lu, 7-10pm. FREE lessons, donations welcome. Old City Hall, 7400 Monterey St. For more information call 408.842.3454.

South County Meditation Group, 6:30-7:30pm. All meditators welcome, no charge, but donations accepted. Dry Creek Village, 8347 Church St. Call 408.842.0208 or visit bluelotuscenter.org.

HOLLISTER
Hollister MS Self-Help Group, 6:30-8pm. Fourth Wednesday. Hazel Hawkins Memorial, 911 Sunset Dr., Hospital Boardroom. Contact Andrew or JoAnn at 831.630.0266.

Memory Impairment Group, 6-7:30pm. First Wednesdays. Develop communication skills and coping strategies when caring for a person who suffers from memory impairment, FREE. Light refreshments served. Community Center, Jovenes de Antano, 300 West St. Call 831.637.9275 or 831.637.9276.

MORGAN HILL
Dementia Caregivers Support Group, 6:3-7:30pm. Third Wednesday. Westmont of Morgan Hill, 1160 Cochrane Rd., Conference Rm. First floor. Call 408.779.8490.

Morgan Hill Wind Symphony Rehearsals, 7:30pm. Join a brass and woodwind community band for instrumentalists ranging in age and ability. Musicians are encouraged to come listen in and are welcome to join if interested. Morgan Hill Presbyterian Church, 16970 De Witt Ave.

Piece by Piece Quilters, 6:30-9pm. Third Thursday. Presbyterian Church, 16970 Dewitt Ave. Call Marianne Peoples at 408.842.9022.

SAN JUAN BAUTISTA
Native Daughters of the Golden West meeting, 6pm social, 6:30pm meeting. Second Wednesdays. NDGW Adobe, 203 Fourth St. New members encouraged. ndgw.org

SAN MARTIN
BINGO at the San Martin Lions Club, 6:30pm regular bingo. 4pm doors open. 12415 Murphy Ave. Call 408.683.4448.

THURSDAYS

GILROY
Duplicate Bridge Game, 10am. Open and 99’er games. ACBL sanctioned. Guaranteed partner. Gilroy Senior Center, 7371 Hanna St. Call Win Stone at 408.921.8512 or email win.stone@charter.net.

MORGAN HILL
Morgan Hill Toastmasters Club meetings, 7:30am. Interested in improving your communication or leadership skills come check us out at our weekly meeting. Contact Jim at 408.782.4018 or visit morganhill.toastmastersclubs.org.

SAN MARTIN
Pacheco Pass 4-H monthly meeting, 7-8pm, Second Thursdays. Youth learn leadership, citizenship and life skills. Join the monthly meeting. Email Pachecopass4hclub@gmail.com or call 408.824.8201.

FRIDAYS

GILROY
Friday Night BINGO, doors open at 4pm, early bird games start at 6pm. VFW, 200 W. Sixth St.

Celebrate Recovery, 7-9pm. 12 Steps for men and women with addictions, codependency, anger and resentment issues. Address any habit that is affecting your life or relationships in a negative way. New Hope Community Church, 8886 Muraoka St. Leave a message at 408.398.5107.

HOLLISTER
Food Pantry and Clothes Closet, 11am-1pm. Help feed and cover those in need. Community Fellowship Center is open weekly. 396 Fourth St., Ste 101. Donations and volunteers are encouraged to contact ShaRon Mills at 831-245.3900.

MORGAN HILL
Breastfeeding Support Group, 10:30-Noon. Casa Natal Birth Center, 50 W. Main Ave. Suite D. Call 408.778.7583.

SAN JUAN BAUTISTA
Pedro Party, 6:30pm. Second Fridays. Includes prizes and light snacks. Open to all. Admission $5. NDGW Adobe, 203 Fourth St.

SAN MARTIN
San Martin Horsemen’s Association meeting, 7pm. Second Friday. Lion’s Club, 12415 Murphy Ave. smhorse.org

SATURDAYS

GILROY
Essential Tremor and Dystonia Support Group, 10am-Noon. Every other month FREE. The next meeting will be in September at St. Louis Regional Hospital boardroom, 9400 No Name Uno. Contact at 408.847.8649, det@gmail.com or detsv.org.

MORGAN HILL
LOER BINGO, 4:15 open. Support Live Oak Emerald Regime Band and Color Guard. Britton Auditorium, 80 West Center Ave. emeraldregime.org/bingo

SAN JUAN BAUTISTA
History Comes Alive, 11am-4pm. First Saturday. The Plaza at the state historic park comes alive with 19th century life: blacksmithing, gold-panning, old-fashioned toys, baked breads and freshly churned butter. Demos of pioneer life, fur trapping and more. Call 831.623.4881 or email plazapha@gmail.com.