Anne Gelhaus, East Bay Times

Anne Gelhaus

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Saratoga community briefs for the week of Aug. 14

Movies at Montalvo Montalvo Arts Center can’t hold its usual concert series this summer, but they are screening movies on the grounds of Villa Montalvo. Spike Lee’s dark comedy “BlacKkKlansma… → Read More

San Jose community briefs for the week of Aug. 14

Tree survey Our City Forest is asking San Jose residents to complete a survey to help elected officials better understand how the community feels about city trees and create a plan action around sa… → Read More

Milpitas community briefs for the week of Aug. 7

Free COVID-19 testing at Valley Med Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is offering free, appointment-based COVID-19 testing for anyone without symptoms. You do not need to be a patient of the hospit… → Read More

Campbell community briefs for the week of Aug. 14

Dine al fresco downtown The main drag in downtown Campbell has been closed to east-west traffic to allow restaurants and retailers to expand their operation out into the street. The initial closure… → Read More

Sunnyvale community briefs for the week of Aug. 7

Play is re-EnActed As part of its “Women EnActe for Themselves” online series, Sunnyvale’s EnActe Arts is staging a repeat virtual performance of Reena Kapoor’s “Art of the Possible” on Aug. 9 at 9… → Read More

Petco grant helps Humane Society keep homeless pets healthy

For pet owners facing financial hardship and even homelessness in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Humane Society Silicon Valley has programs to help keep their furry or feathered family members … → Read More

Saratoga community briefs for the week of Aug. 7

Montalvo masks The Montalvo Service Group is combining its mission to raise funds for the Montalvo Arts Center with a project to help people stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Group members ha… → Read More

Campbell community briefs for the week of Aug. 7

Indoor outdoor events During the pandemic, those who want to enjoy nature from the comfort and safety of their home can avail themselves of online events hosted by Bay Area Older Adults. The group … → Read More

Cupertino community briefs for the week of Aug. 7

Shakespeare at Home Shakespeare in the Park has become Shakespeare at Home as the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival transitions its public theater program, which normally includes performances at … → Read More

Los Gatos community briefs for the week of July 31

Streaming jazz series Los Gatos Music and Arts continues Jazz Off the Plazz, its free virtual concert series, on Wednesdays, 6-7 p.m., through Sept. 9. The series, streaming at www.jazzontheplazz.c… → Read More

Campbell crime report for the week of Aug. 7

July 23 100 block of Curtner Avenue: A storage unit was broken into and items were taken. Overnight in the 100 block of Union Avenue: A vehicle was stolen. Overnight in the 1000 block of Dell Avenu… → Read More

Nonprofit kicks off Drive-Thru Backpack Days

In line with COVID-19 restrictions, Sunnyvale Community Services held its first Drive-Thru Backpack Day July 27. Backpack distribution is set to continue Mondays through Aug. 3, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Clien… → Read More

Saratoga teen is Silicon Valley Bank of America Student Leader

Before he started his summer internship, Henry Weng already had some experience using technology to address income disparity in Silicon Valley. Henry, an incoming senior at Saratoga High School, is… → Read More

Campbell community briefs for the week of July 31

Hand lettering meets high tech Vino Paint is hosting an online workshop Aug. 13 at 5 p.m. for those who want to learn the basics and the art of hand lettering. No experience is necessary to join th… → Read More

San Jose teen is Silicon Valley Bank of America Student Leader

While Gursimar Rana’s summer internship has helped him become more proficient in technology, it has also helped the teen deepen his faith. Gursimar, an incoming senior at University Preparatory Aca… → Read More

Campbell teen is Silicon Valley Bank of America Student Leader

Westmont High School senior Ella Ngheim has seen for herself the correlation between homelessness and mental health issues, and she’s using her summer internship to help break the cycle. Ella is on… → Read More

Saratoga community briefs for the week of July 31

Learn to tap online The Montalvo Arts Center is hosting an Absolute Beginner Tap class online on Aug. 5. Students will explore the rhythms and sounds of different techniques to then create their ow… → Read More

Nonprofit does back-to-school sans shopping trip

West Valley Community Services’ Back-To-School Program usually involves a shopping trip for students of low-income and homeless families. Children are paired with an adult volunteer chaperone who a… → Read More

Milpitas community briefs for the week of July 31

Breakfast with the NAACP The Sunnyhills Neighborhood Association is hosting a virtual breakfast meeting Aug. 1 with Silicon Valley NAACP President the Rev. Jethroe Moore and members of the NAACP Yo… → Read More

Cupertino community briefs for the week of July 31

Off-leash extension Cupertino is extending the trial period for the dog off-leash area at Jollyman Park to assess how effectively the area can coexist with youth sports. The extension, as well as u… → Read More