November 19, 2017
Brigadoon Way & Maloney Drive
January 6, 2018
Visit the Master Calendar for upcoming City Council and Boards & Commissions meetings.
April 29 - May 6 @ Various Locations
The International festival promotes traditional Chinese music, performing arts, and celebrates the World Intangible Cultural Heritage arts proclaimed by UNESCO, as well as the National Intangible Cultural Heritage arts announced by China State Council. For more information or to purchase tickets, please click on the link.
April 30, All Day @ Hammer Theatre Center
Come celebrate International Jazz Day at the Hammer Theatre Center with your family and friends! San Jose Jazz will be hosting free community events and will feature a screening of the documentary 1959, The Year That Changed Jazz. Following the documentary, drummer Will Calhoun will play a tribute to jazz legend Elvin Jones and Bay Area vocalist Tiffany Austin will appear alongside the San Jose State University Jazz Orchestra. Outside on the plaza, there will be performances from FutureArtsNow!, SJZ’s Progression Ensemble and High School All Starts U19 Combo and more on the Boom Box Stage. FREE ADMISSION. For more information, please click on the link.
April 30, All Day @ History San Jose Park and Kelley Park Trails
Known as the biggest fundraiser of the year, March for babies raises money for the community to support mothers to have a healthy, full term pregnancies. Everyone is invited to join the walk to help raise money for babies in the region. For more information or to register for the walk, please click on the link.
April 30, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ City Hall Rotunda
April 30, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ San Jose City Hall
We invite you and your family to join us for the 42nd Commemoration of Black April - the day that marks the Fall of Saigon and triggered waves refugees from the country.
Through collaboration with many different organizations, the Vietnamese American Roundtable has organized the Black April Commemoration for the past four years. This will be our fifth. During that time, we have learned more about our potential to narrate our stories, vocalize our issues, and mobilize our people. We have reflected on our past and what our future may be. We have acted on the interests of the Vietnamese-American community and our values.
This year, we seek to expand on this tradition. As refugees and children of refugees, we are mindful of the tragic conflicts around the world that have led to the exodus of millions of people from their homes. We face a global refugee crisis and these refugees cannot be forgotten because their stories are our own.
January 29, 12:00 PM - June 10, 12:00 PM
March 17, 8:00 AM - April 30, 8:00 AM
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services (PRNS) encourages all residents to “Spring into fun!” this season by registering for a leisure class offered at community centers and parks located throughout San José. Whether you’re interested in starting a new hobby, refining an interest, or setting out on an adventure the whole family will enjoy, PRNS has hundreds of opportunities to choose from. You can also get a jumpstart on setting your summer plans by registering for exciting, enriching and inclusive summer camps. Stop by your local community center to pick-up a copy of the Spring Community Center Brochure or view them online at Spring Community Center Brochures. Don’t wait! Visit a community center or register online at www.sjregistration.com. For more information, contact the PRNS Customer Service Help Line at 408-793-5565.
April 28, 8:00 AM - April 30, 8:30 PM
Fish Camp at Family Camp at Yosemite – Looking for a fun and relaxing outdoor adventure? Come enjoy Fish Camp at Family Camp at Yosemite. Fish camp is the first rite of spring at San José Family Camp, and this year, it will be from Friday, April 28 to Sunday, April 30. The first night of camp, Friday, April 28, will host an all you can eat spaghetti fundraiser dinner, and the Saturday morning of Fish Camp will start the opening weekend of the stream-fishing season in
California. Whether you are fishing or just relaxing, it is an opportunity for you, your family, and your friends to enjoy a weekend in the Sierras. With a stocked river running right through Family Camp, the fishing will be right at your doorstep. For more details, visit http://www.sanjoseca.gov/familycamp or to book your tent online, visit http://www.familycampreservations.com. For more information, contact Family Camp at Yosemite at 408-794-6208 or email Familycamp@sanjoseca.gov.
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