Newsflash: “The Telephone Comes to Sunnyvale” showcases different types of telephones throughout the decades, along with directories, photos, posters, telegraph keys and headset and many more items relating to telecommunications. Through Sept. 30; museum hours Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, noon-4 p.m. Heritage Park Museum, 570 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. 408-749-0220, email@example.com. Full Circle Farm Stand: Open Friday, 3-6 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 1055 Dunford Way, Sunnyvale. fullcirclesunnyvale.org.
Other programs include boxing, cheerleading, dance, judo, gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, wrestling, Tae Kwon Do, sports specific conditioning and Academic Excellence tutoring for grades K-12, Students come from all over the East Bay, To learn more about this wonderful organization or to enroll your children in one of the many after-school programs, visit them at 2241 Galaxy Court in Concord, go to www.communityyouthcenter.org or call 925-671-7070, Fees are reasonable and subsidized by donations from local community ballet print - on pointe businesses and individuals and an online crowd-funding campaign called Healthy Planet at www.healthyplanetus.org/school/cyc..
I know, no Funky Chicken, right? Maybe for next year. WEARABLE REMINDER: San Jose’s Director of Economic Development Kim Walesh and Rosalynn Hughey, the city’s interim planning director, provided a rapt audience with an update on the city’s economic progress at an SVO breakfast held Thursday at the Silicon Valley Capital Club. They covered all the bases — from upcoming residential projects to the potentially game-changing development around Diridon Station — but they got the most cheers when they gave a gift of a T-shirt emblazoned with “San Jose” to Matt Mahood, CEO of the business group that switched names from the San Jose/Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce to the Silicon Valley organization last year.
“He thought how fun it would be if families could have that same experience he grew up with, of ice skating in winter,” says Linda Stebbins Jensen, Winter Lodge’s executive director, “His engineering brain started going, and he figured out a clever system of refrigeration that could keep ice frozen, even in our mild weather, It became the first outdoor ice-skating rink west of the Sierra.”, Skating season at the Lodge, which opened in 1956, runs from late September through mid-April, with public skating and classes on both indoor and outdoor rinks, But the holidays are classic, The weather is cooler, and lights sparkle on the outdoor rink ballet print - on pointe amid towering trees, Fireplaces in the clubhouse and on the patio offer glowing warmth..
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