Urban Body San Jose
Opening & Reception on June 9!


In Celebration of the Studio's Grand Opening on the Alameda: Enjoy refreshments, giveaways, and meet the talented team of instructors!


Friday, June 9, 2017

5-7 pm

6pm Ribbon Cutting

1413 The Alameda, San Jose


Kiwanis Club of Willow Glen:
Music in the Glen Summer Concert Series

  Juneteenth in the Park:
 June 17 & 18!

Saturday, June 17, 2017
Juneteenth in the Park Festival (Day 1)
Park opens at 12:00 noon wit Grand Opening at 2:00 p.m.

Sunday, June 18, 2017
Juneteenth in the Park Festival (Day 2)
Church in the Park Festival will start at 11:00 a.m. followed by Gospel hour.  
The festival will start at 2:00 p.m.

Four shows lined up for 2017 Music in the Park starting June 23!
First concert features New Zealand's Katchafire!
A dvanced tickets are $10 per adult and free for 12-under when accompanied by an adult.Tickets and information are available at  www.musicintheparksj.com. Day-of-the-event admission will cost $15 per adult.
Music in the Park is presented by Metro Newspapers and produced by the San Jose Downtown Association.  The events are supported by the City of San Jose.

Contact:  Rick Jensen
Communications Director
408-279-1775 x 318
Rose, White & Blue Parade:
Join the fun & Participate in the July 4th Parade!

March in the Parade or ride in a vehicle with a banner to identify your business or organization - let everyone know that you are a part of our wonderful community. Schools and fitness facilities are encouraged to round up their students and members to participate for impact!

Don't have a group? No problem, we have opportunities for individuals to participate as well and it's a great way to make new friends while having fun in the Parade and celebrating your patriotic pride!


The RWB Parade is seeking volunteers to assist in helping out on the day of the big event! EVERYONE is invited and encouraged to get involved in the parade itself either as volunteers or as participants in the Parade... so gather your groups, neighborhoods, and organizations... and get involved NOW!


This year the RWB Parade offers a wide range of Sponsorship opportunities to provide local businesses and organizations maximum visibility and exposure at a beloved family-friendly event while supporting this local community event. Booth spaces are available at the Parade Festival for businesses wanting to connect directly with the community. Additionally, advertising opportunities are in the e-Parade Program that will be distributed to over 500,000 households in San Jose and Santa Clara County.

For complete event information and participation forms visit:
Have questions? Contact the RWB Parade at: (408) 471-7981 or email: Info@RoseWhiteBlueParade.com

Gen2Gen Summer
May-July 2017 

Summertime is a welcome break for school-goers all over America. But it is also a time when many students, especially those from low-income communities, lose learning ground and access to healthy meals, and don't have opportunities to build skills and confidence. Gen2Gen San José in partnership with San José Public Library will shine a spotlight on these challenges. Our plan is to mobilize San José adults 50 years and older to volunteer in youth serving opportunities in 24 libraries around San José to help local kids thrive over the summer.

For more information visit  http://generationtogeneration.org/
Happy Hollow Senior Safari Walkabout 2017
Exclusively for ages 50 and over
Select Thursdays from 9:00-10:00am, free admission and parking.
Animal Meet & Greets, highlighted routes for the 10,000 Step Program and see the Zoo wake up. Healthy breakfasts are available for purchase.   
For more information, please call 408 794-6400  or visit HHPZ.org
iCreaTV Summer Media Camp

Announcing iCreaTV Summer Media Camp for 12-18 year olds! Students learn digital media storytelling from the experts in three sessions including: Talk Show Production (June 19-23), Documentary Production (June 26-30) and Feature Film Production (July 10-21).
For more details, including course descriptions and fees, how to register and to apply for a scholarship, visit  creatvsj.org and click on the home page link. Take one session, or all three. Space is limited, so act now!

Village House Needs your Help!

V illage House will be providing year-round rotating shelter for medically-fragile women. Current Needs for Village House Network:
  • Need evening shelter partners for months of August and October.
  • Need daytime warming centers during the Summer and Fall. 
  • Need volunteers especially for our smaller religious organizations. 
  • Need funding support.

Mike Ferrero
Village House Chair
Village House Website:  https://www.villagehousesccca.com/
HomeFirst: Essential Services Program
HomeFirst's Outreach Team provides assistance to homeless individuals who are looking for support services. Their team can help find emergency shelter, showers, laundry, meals, medical services, case management, employment training, and more. You may call them at 408-510-7600 or email them at outreach@homefirstscc.org.  

Address: Boccardo Reception Center, 2011 Little Orchard Street, San Jose, CA 95125.
Homeless Services: Search for Affordable Housing
You may search for affordable housing b y visiting www.scchousingsearch.org or calling  877-428-8844.  
City of San Jose | Office of Councilmember Dev Davis | 408-535-4906 
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