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Newsletter for kids and family activities in Santa Clara County

Art After Dark: Dia de los Muertos (Adults) (free)

Dia De Los Muertos is right around the corner. Paint your own skull in honor of the Day of the Dead. No supplies are needed. This program has a limited number of skulls. Event Registration: Northside Library Date and Time: Tue,... Continue Reading →

Choosing the Right College for You! at the Northside Library (Grades 9-12 and their Parents) (free)

Join Ivy League and Stanford graduates as they walk you through how to create the best collage list. These graduates will share what helped them choose their schools, and how you can make the right decision for you and your... Continue Reading →

Family Costume Run/Walk Scavenger Hunt at the Northside Library (All ages) (free)

The Northside Library's 1st Annual Family Costume Run/Walk Scavenger Hunt will allow you to get some physical exercise while wearing your costume. You will run or walk around beautiful Lick Mill Park, find items along our scavenger hunt, and then... Continue Reading →

Parenting Program: Student Competition and Academic Pressure (Adults) (free)

At school, there is a range of academic pressure felt among parents and their children. Students feel the need to succeed, be the best at a particular sport, comply with parental pressure, and socially be accepted among their friends and... Continue Reading →

Bombay Jam at the Northside Library (Ages 18 and above) (free)

Bombay Jam is a total body workout that infuses Bollywood Dance moves with cardio and toning for a total body workout. Learn from Certified Bollywood Jam Instuctor, Ella Felix, how to twist, turn, and shake it like your favorite Bollywood... Continue Reading →

California Academy of Sciences…Visit for free – (all ages)

  Admission is free to the general public on Sunday,  September 24, 2017. Early arrival is recommended due to the likelihood of high demand. Event Location: California Academy of Sciences Date and Time: Sunday,  September 24, 2017.

Hispanic Heritage Month: Nicho Boxes at the Berryessa Library (ages 5 and up) (free)

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage month come to the library to learn about folk art traditions and how to make a Nicho box. Event Location: Berryessa Library Date and Time: Saturday, September 16 at 2:00pm

Zumba at the Northside Library (Ages 18 and above) (free)

Zumba still remains as one of the hottest fitness classes in the nation. This Latin-inspired dance infuses salsa, hip-hop, samba, merengue and mambo into a high-energy, high calorie burning workout. Learn from Certified Zumba Instructor, Amy Li, how to shake... Continue Reading →

My Healthy Body Puppet Show at the Berryessa Library (All ages) (free)

Join  for a fun and educational way to learn about healthy eating! Sammy the Sandwich wants to be a healthy sandwich. With the children's help and fun characters, Sammy learns about the food groups. At the end of the program,... Continue Reading →

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