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 Friday February 23
St Patricks Day Singles Dance (Castro Valley)   
The luck of the Irish will be with you if you party with us tonight! $15/advance (by March 16) or $20/door includes dancing to your favorite hits in a large hall with high ceilings in a beautiful park setting. Dress to impress. Wear something green, or else! Adults of all ages welcome. Saturday, March 17, 2018, 8pm-Midnight. LOCATION: Crow Canyon Park and Hall, 8000 Crow Canyon Rd, Castro Valley CA 94552. From Hwy 580 take Grove Way exit to Crow Canyon Rd. Free parking. CO-SPONSORED by The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; Lifestyle Parties, Cougar Parties, Single n’ Professional, Palo Alto Dancing, 40+ Singles, San Francisco Singles, Bay Area Single Boomers, Single Professionals Internet Network (SPiN); 40+ Singles, Beyond 40, and by many other singles organizations and meetups. DISCOUNTS & more parties at www.thepartyhotline.com. •Sunday Afternoon Delight, March 4, Pleasanton •Welcome Spring Party, March 10, Cupertino •Marin Singles Convention, April 7, Mill Valley •Singles Charity Ball, April 28, San Francisco

 Thursday February 22
Dose of Awareness Event (Out of area)   
DOSE OF AWARENESS 5K WALK/HEALTH EXPO March 25th 1-3:30pm Heather Farm Park 301 N. San Carlos Dr., Walnut Creek, CA 94598 HEALTH EXPO: Join us for this FREE family friendly event where you'll learn about learn how America's prescription drug/heroin abuse epidemic is impacting Bay Area communities, and how to personally combat it. Fun, interactive activities for youth and lots of prevention, family support and services information for adults. 5K WALK: Help break the silence and end the stigma! Walk in memory of loved ones you've lost, show your support for those in recovery and for those who have lost a precious someone. Funds raised will directly support public awareness campaigns and other efforts to combat this national and local health crisis. Cost $25 (includes T-shirt). Youth 12 and under walk FREE. Info & Registration: Visit http://www.ncapda.org OR http://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-dose-of-awareness-5k-walk-and-health-expo-tickets-42104458569?aff=eac2 SPONSORS/EXHIBITORS: Help us raise funds as a Sponsor to continue our prescription drug related community education programs. Exhibit to share what products and support services you offer individuals and families. Visit http://www.ncapda.org or call 925-480-7723 for details. (NOTE: FREE Exhibitor space for non-profit organizations and agencies). VOLUNTEER: Help set up and tear down with lots of volunteer opportunities in between. Contact us at info@ncapda.org or call 925-480-7723. DONATE: Can't attend? You can still support our prevention efforts by making a donation of any amount. NCAPDA is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Donations are deducible as allowed under current tax laws. Non-profit I.D. 90-0769605 Visit http://www.ncapda.org and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ncapda/

 Wednesday February 21
The Gut & The Athlete Event (Menlo Park)   
Are you interested in recent research on the microbiome's effect on athletic performance and recovery? Check out this talk in Menlo Park with Embriette Hyde, Forbes 30 Under 30 scientist, microbiome expert, and athlete. Focusing on work recently highlighted in the December issue of Outside magazine, the evening will begin with an introduction to research being done on athletes around the world to determine whether microbes hold the secret to high performance and recovery. Dr. Hyde will then explore microbe-based commercial products already or soon available to athletes, engaging the audience in a candid overview of why such products may or may not help athletes perform better, stronger, faster. Finally, Dr. Hyde will close the night by taking audience members through her own personal journey to better microbiome health and athletic performance. You will even get to take home some of Dr. Hyde’s favorite microbiome-friendly recipes! DATE AND TIME Tue, February 27, 2018 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM PST LOCATION 855A Santa Cruz Ave, Menlo Park, CA entrance in the parking lot behind Fleet Feet

 Tuesday February 20
SHARPEN UP AT THE FARMERS' MRKT (Livermore)   
The Farmers' Market in Livermore (Sundays now at Carnegie Park, 4th and K Sts.--from 10am-2pm--sharpen while you shop) continues to have sharpening services provided by local sharpener, Absolutely Sharp-- (www.AbsolutelySharp.net). While shopping for the freshest produce and food, market visitors can also have their prized cutlery, scissors, and garden tools sharpened to a keen edge. Come on down Sunday and meet your friends while enjoying a great part of the Livermore community.

SHARPEN UP AT THE FARMERS' MRKT (Livermore)   
The Farmers' Market in Livermore (Sundays now at Railroad and L Streets--from 10am-2pm--sharpen while you shop) continues to have sharpening services provided by local sharpener, Absolutely Sharp-- (www.AbsolutelySharp.net). While shopping for the freshest produce and food, market visitors can also have their prized cutlery, scissors, and garden tools sharpened to a keen edge. Come on down Sunday and meet your friends while enjoying a great part of the Livermore community.

Museum volunteers needed! (Danville)   
Become a volunteer at the Museum of the San Ramon Valley! We are looking for volunteers in all areas: Greeting, Docent, Store, Collections, Exhibits, One Room School and Indian Life program teachers, Marketing and more! Why volunteer? •You will have the opportunity to learn about the history of our valley and its people. •You will meet and work with our dedicated all-volunteer staff. •You will provide the essential link between the exhibits and programs and our community. •You will have the opportunity to employ your skills and experience for the benefit of our community. •No experience is required, training will be provided. Flexible hours. Please email srvmuseum@sbcglobal.net or call (925)837-3750!

 Sunday February 18
Take Your Best Shot (Mountain View)   
... out of one of these very cool shot glasses ... from long lost Mountain View watering holes! Choose one (or more!) shot glasses from our selection of over a dozen -- collect 'em all and use 'em (wisely)! Visit The Vintage Mountain View Shop at www.cafepress.com/VintageMountainView to check out our great selection of apparel and gift items commemorating our great Mountain View history! www.cafepress.com/VintageMountainView

Cannabis Users & Nonusers Needed (Sunnyvale)   
We are looking for individuals aged 18 to 40 years old who have used cannabis at least once in their lifetime to participate in a study. This study is examining both current cannabis users and non-users. Interested individuals should complete this initial online screener: https://paloaltou.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_007IGTBO6XbLWBL, which will take approximately 20 minutes. Participation in the actual study will require about 2 hours. Following completion of the screener, a researcher will review your responses to determine if you are eligible to participate. If so, you will be contacted by email to schedule an in-person testing session. Upon full completion of the study, you will receive $50 compensation. You may also email BrainLabPAU@gmail.com or call the confidential voicemail number (650) 417-2025 if you have any questions about the purpose of the study. Please leave a message with your name, phone number, and the study title "MJ 3." We look forward to your participation!

Cannabis Users & Nonusers Needed (Atherton)   
We are looking for individuals aged 18 to 40 years old who have used cannabis at least once in their lifetime to participate in a study. This study is examining both current cannabis users and non-users. Interested individuals should complete this initial online screener: https://paloaltou.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_007IGTBO6XbLWBL, which will take approximately 20 minutes. Participation in the actual study will require about 2 hours. Following completion of the screener, a researcher will review your responses to determine if you are eligible to participate. If so, you will be contacted by email to schedule an in-person testing session. Upon full completion of the study, you will receive $50 compensation. You may also email BrainLabPAU@gmail.com or call the confidential voicemail number (650) 417-2025 if you have any questions about the purpose of the study. Please leave a message with your name, phone number, and the study title "MJ 3." We look forward to your participation!

 Saturday February 17
Jazz @ Inklings Coffee (Pleasanton)   
Tri-valley Jazz Trio with guest saxophonist, Guido Fazio. Sponsored concert with free admission. 7-9pm Friday March 23, 2018 at Inklings Event Room.

 Friday February 16
Home Theatre Decor (Mountain View)   
Visit The Vintage Mountain View Shop for six framed tiles of vintage Mountain View theatres! The perfect decoration for your home theatre! www.cafepress.com/VintageMountainView

 Thursday February 15
HUGE BOOK SALE FEB 10 & 11 (Palo Alto)   
Friends of the Palo Alto Library is holding their next monthly sale (2nd Sat and Sun of every month) of reasonably-priced used books, CDs, DVDs, records, software, games and puzzles, and much more at Cubberley Community Center, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Over 70,000 items, 95% donated and sorted by subject. Many under $2. All proceeds benefit Palo Alto public libraries. NEW!! FOPAL NOW ACCEPTS CREDIT CARDS IN ALL 3 ROOMS -MAIN, CHILDREN'S, AND BARGAIN ROOMS Saturday Hours: - Main Sale Room (portable bldg. at rear of campus next to tennis courts, north entrance): 11 am -4 pm - Children's Book Room (portable bldg. at rear of campus near Greendell Elem and Cubberley track, south entrance): 10 am-4 pm - Bargain Room (NEW LOCATION: Cubberley Rooms H-2 and H-3): 9:30 am - 4 pm Sunday Hours: - All Rooms open 11 am -4 pm - Bargain Room: 50% off and $5/bag DONATIONS: FOPAL accepts donations at our Main Book Sale Room Monday - Saturday 2-4 pm in the Main Sale Room. Sorry, due to space limitations, FOPAL cannot accept donations during our monthly sales. For more information about our monthly sales, maps and directions, making donations, volunteering for FOPAL, or to sign up for our PRE-SALE NEWSLETTER ANNOUNCING SPECIALS, please visit our website at: www.fopal.org

DONATE BOOKS/SUPPORT PA LIBRARY (Palo Alto)   
DONATE YOUR BOOKS, CD'S, DVD'S, GAMES, PUZZLES, AND SOFTWARE TO BENEFIT PALO ALTO PUBLIC LIBRARIES! At our monthly book sales (always the 2nd Saturday and Sunday of every month), Friends of the Palo Alto Library finds new readers/users for your used items and contributes all proceeds to purchase new materials, technology, and furniture for the Palo Alto libraries. Materials We Accept: Fiction and nonfiction books (adult, teen, children); Textbooks and computer books, Movies (DVDs and VHS); Audiobooks (CD's and cassettes); Magazines and newspapers of exceptional historic value; Music (CD's, cassettes, and records); Games (video games, jigsaw puzzles, board games, card games); other (software, posters, sheet music, pamphlets, framed art, greeting cards, small collectibles). Sorry, We Cannot Accept: National Geographics, other magazines and newspapers, encyclopedias, Reader's Digest books, Legal statues or codes; Advertising material, and any soiled, water damaged, or partial books. Please, no large boxes - xerox or bankers boxes okay. General Guideline: If you wouldn't give it a friend, please don't give it to Friends! Dropoff Location/Times: 1) Please bring ALL donations to: Cubberley Community Center, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, Main Book Sale Room (portable bldg. at rear of campus, north entrance, next to tennis courts): 2) Donations hours are: Monday-Saturday 2-4 pm. EXCEPT on the second Saturday of the month during our monthly sales. If you need to bring donations to us outside of these hours, just call 650-213-8755 to be sure that a volunteer is working in the Main Book Sale Room and can receive your donation. 3) Due to our space limitations, we CANNOT ACCEPT donations during our sales (2nd Saturday and Sunday of every month) 4) Please do not leave your donations at any of the Palo Alto City Libraries 5) Pickup of large donations can be arranged. Call 650-308-4933 and leave a message. Your donations are tax-deductible. Be sure to ask for a receipt. For more information about Friends of the Palo Alto Library, please visit our website at: www.fopal.org

JOIN OUR ONLINE STOREFRONT TEAM (Palo Alto)   
In addition to our huge monthly sales of used books and media (2nd Saturday and Sunday of every month), Friends of the Palo Alto Library now sells the more valuable donated items on our Amazon storefront. We need volunteers who would like to learn how to: 1) do preliminary research of online prices to determine if items should be listed online; 2) create listings for books and media; 3) monitor listed prices to maintain competitiveness; or 4) pack and ship orders in a timely manner. Familiarity with computers, but not expertise, is needed for these tasks. Let us know if you'd like to learn more about getting involved with Friends of the Palo Alto Library (there are lots of ways to volunteer at FOPAL). Call Janette Herceg, FOPAL Sales and Volunteer Manager, at 650-494-1266, or complete our online Volunteer Interest Form at www.fopal.org and we'll get back to you promptly. For more information about Friends of the Palo Alto Library, please visit our website at www.fopal.org.

FRIENDS OF THE PALO ALTO LIBRARY (Palo Alto)   
Love Books? Love Libraries? Won't you join us for a few hours a week to help keep our libraries up-to-date and thriving? FOPAL's monthly sales (always the 2nd Saturday and Sunday of every month) of donated books and media raise much-needed funds to purchase new books, furniture, technology, and special programs for Palo Alto public libraries. Choose a task to suit your time, talents, and interests. Here is a selection of available jobs - and their special benefits, besides the immense satisfaction of giving back to your community! 1) Pick up donations and move boxes of books (meet friendly donors; free body-building exercise) 2) Sort new donations into subject categories (meet friendly fellow sorters; enjoy a first look at an amazing assortment of books) 3) Manage specific subject areas, organizing and pricing books for our monthly sales (share and expand your interests and knowledge) 4) Help staff our monthly Book Sales, held on the 2nd weekend of every month - we need cashiers, floor supervisors, and donation monitors (meet hundreds of fellow bookaholics, and experience the Thrill of the Marketplace!) 5) Work with our online sales team: research higher value books, list books online, fulfill/ship orders (exercise your mental muscles) 6) Work on our website, newsletters, and other publicity/outreach projects (exercise your urge to research, write, and communicate with your community) 7) Assist our Sales and Volunteer Manager with various administrative/publicity projects (exercise your creative and organizational talents) 8) Stock and staff our library branch bookshops (an important part of our sales effort; meet new people in our community) 9) And many more jobs to suit your time, inclinations, and expertise (your contribution will be greatly appreciated!) ** Students needing to fulfill community service hours requirements for school and corporate groups looking for one-time work projects can help us as well. To learn more about how you can get involved with Friends of the Palo Alto Library, please call Janette Herceg, FOPAL Sales and Volunteer Manager, at (650) 494-1266. For more information about our organization, visit our website at: www.fopal.org Our Main Sale Room is located at Cubberley Community Center, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303 (portable building at rear of campus next to tennis courts, north entrance). WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!

WISHLIST FRIENDS PA LIBRARY (Palo Alto)   
Help FOPAL Trim Administrative Costs and Contribute More $$ to Palo Alto's Libraries! As a nonprofit organization, FOPAL operates on a slender budget to cover its administrative costs. Here are some much-needed items that would enable us to more efficiently and effectively raise more funds to benefit Palo Alto's five public libraries. To fulfill our online orders, FOPAL has a constant need for shipping materials, specifically: Air bags/pillows - YES Brown paper - YES Bubble Wrap (all sizes) - YES Styrofoam blocks and peanuts - NO Used Bubble Mailers - YES Small Boxes (Amazon A1, A3, D1 especially; new or gently used) - YES Larger Amazon Boxes - depends, we take them, we can always recycle. Amazon single book mailers (cardboard that wraps around one book) - YES Clear plastic bags - NO Thin white styro/plastic - NO Rolls of clear shipping tape = YES We can also use large sturdy boxes for Amazon FBA shipments. They have to be undamaged and have thick walls though. Our other needs include: - Sturdy metal 2 or 3-shelf push carts for moving our heavy, book-filled bankers boxes! - A Cash-Counting Machine!! - Computers/laptops -- Intel-based Macs (desktop or laptop) or Pentium 4 or better laptops/notebooks. - iPads or other tablets - Gift cards to Costco, office supply companies, OSH, etc. - Yellow 2B pencils, white erasers, yellow 3X3" post-its, Sharpies, Astrobright paper, pushpins - White Signicade or other sturdy sandwich boards for sale day signs - Programmer versed in Python, Perl or similar to write a script to interface with the Amazon API Let us know if you'd like to donate any of the above items to FOPAL. All contributions are tax-deductible. Learn more about FOPAL at: www.fopal.org Thank You!

WISHLIST FRIENDS PA LIBRARY (Palo Alto)   
Help FOPAL Trim Administrative Costs and Contribute More $$ to Palo Alto's Libraries! As a nonprofit organization, FOPAL operates on a slender budget to cover its administrative costs. Here are some much-needed items that would enable us to more efficiently and effectively raise more funds to benefit Palo Alto's five public libraries. To fulfill our online orders, FOPAL has a constant need for shipping materials, specifically: Air bags/pillows - YES Brown paper - YES Bubble Wrap (all sizes) - YES Styrofoam blocks and peanuts - NO Used Bubble Mailers - YES Small Boxes (Amazon A1, A3, D1 especially; new or gently used) - YES Larger Amazon Boxes - depends, we take them, we can always recycle. Amazon single book mailers (cardboard that wraps around one book) - YES Clear plastic bags - NO Thin white styro/plastic - NO Rolls of clear shipping tape = YES We can also use large sturdy boxes for Amazon FBA shipments. They have to be undamaged and have thick walls though. Our other needs include: - Sturdy metal 2 or 3-shelf push carts for moving our heavy, book-filled bankers boxes! - A Cash-Counting Machine!! - Computers/laptops -- Intel-based Macs (desktop or laptop) or Pentium 4 or better laptops/notebooks. - iPads or other tablets - Gift cards to Costco, office supply companies, OSH, etc. - Yellow 2B pencils, white erasers, yellow 3X3" post-its, Sharpies, Astrobright paper, pushpins - White Signicade or other sturdy sandwich boards for sale day signs - Programmer versed in Python, Perl or similar to write a script to interface with the Amazon API Let us know if you'd like to donate any of the above items to FOPAL. All contributions are tax-deductible. Learn more about FOPAL at: www.fopal.org Thank You!

FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY AFTER SALE (Palo Alto)   
FREE USED BOOK/CD/ DVD GIVEAWAY AFTER SALE Friends of the Palo Alto Library gives away FREE books after each monthly sale. Sales are always the 2nd Saturday and Sunday of each month. TEACHERS AND NON-PROFITS ONLY - ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON AFTER SALE From 4-6 pm on Sunday, at the conclusion of each monthly FOPAL monthly sale, any teacher or individual associated with a nonprofit organization - with proper ID - may select ANY AMOUNT OF BOOKS AND MEDIA FOR FREE from our Bargain Room (Cubberley H-2/H-3). Just bring your own boxes and bags. Every month the Bargain Room offers many paperbacks and hardcovers in every possible genre, all sorted and shelved by subject area/genre, plus CDs, DVDs, LPs, and cassettes. We never sell everything by the end of the sale, so there will always be plenty more to choose from. The Bargain Room also contains children's bargain books from preschool to early teens. FREE GIVEAWAY FOR EVERYONE ELSE - MONDAY NIGHT AFTER SALE From 6-8 pm on Monday night after each monthly sale, everyone - you don't have to be nonprofit - may come and take away from the Bargain Room any amount of books and media. Be sure to bring enough bags and boxes. For more information about FOPAL, please visit our website at: www.fopal.org

FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY AFTER SALE (Palo Alto)   
FREE USED BOOK/CD/ DVD GIVEAWAY AFTER SALE Friends of the Palo Alto Library gives away FREE books after each monthly sale. Sales are always the 2nd Saturday and Sunday of each month. TEACHERS AND NON-PROFITS ONLY - ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON AFTER SALE From 4-6 pm on Sunday, at the conclusion of each monthly FOPAL monthly sale, any teacher or individual associated with a nonprofit organization - with proper ID - may select ANY AMOUNT OF BOOKS AND MEDIA FOR FREE from our Bargain Room (Cubberley H-2/H-3). Just bring your own boxes and bags. Every month the Bargain Room offers many paperbacks and hardcovers in every possible genre, all sorted and shelved by subject area/genre, plus CDs, DVDs, LPs, and cassettes. We never sell everything by the end of the sale, so there will always be plenty more to choose from. The Bargain Room also contains children's bargain books from preschool to early teens. FREE GIVEAWAY FOR EVERYONE ELSE - MONDAY NIGHT AFTER SALE From 6-8 pm on Monday night after each monthly sale, everyone - you don't have to be nonprofit - may come and take away from the Bargain Room any amount of books and media. Be sure to bring enough bags and boxes. For more information about FOPAL, please visit our website at: www.fopal.org

Retirement & Inheritance classes (Pleasanton)   
We are offering two sessions of Retirement Planning Today courses. This course blends financial education with life planning to help you build wealth, align your money with your values, and achieve your retirement lifestyle goals. We are offering two sessional on learning the laws around Wills, Trusts and Inheritance for domestic and international residents. The international course will focus on the complexities in inheritance planning for non-citizens and citizens who have family residing outside of the United States. See our flyer or visit our class descriptions at bit.ly/PACE-Classes for more details. Pleasanton Adult and Career Education strives to provide relevant and meaningful learning opportunities for adults in the Pleasanton community. Our goal is to be an integral part of the lifelong learning options for our community members!

Fitness Class! (Pleasanton)   
By taking this course, you will learn simple cardio and body weight exercises that don't require any special gym equipment. You will also practice how to set goals and keep track of progress to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle. See or flyer or visit our class descriptions at bit.ly/PACE-Classes to learn more and register. Pleasanton Adult and Career Education strives to provide relevant and meaningful learning opportunities for adults in the Pleasanton community. Our goal is to be an integral part of the lifelong learning options for our community members!

Build Confidence w/ImprovComedy (Pleasanton)   
Are you tired of feeling stuck and being surrounded by the same old unproductive people and processes? Do your kids fail to hear anything you say? Lighten up and take the lead! Change your approach by learning simple ways of building creative cooperation in all you do. See our flyer or visit our class descriptions at bit.ly/PACE-Classes to learn more. Pleasanton Adult and Career Education strives to provide relevant and meaningful learning opportunities for adults in the Pleasanton community. Our goal is to be an integral part of the lifelong learning options for our community members!

Parenting classes! (Pleasanton)   
We are offering two parenting classes to help cope with stress and help your child or teen succeed! Our course, Youth Stress and Success: How to Help your Child/Teen Cope, will focus on ways to reach out to your child to address life's pressures. We are also offering Persuasive Push vs. Shameless Shove, which will be a course focusing on how parents can help students succeed through their school years. To learn more, open our flyer or visit our class descriptions at bit.ly/PACE-Classes Pleasanton Adult and Career Education strives to provide relevant and meaningful learning opportunities for adults in the Pleasanton community. Our goal is to be an integral part of the lifelong learning options for our community members!

Knit, Crochet & Embroidery Class (Pleasanton)   
Are you looking for a new hobby? We are offering several sessions in crocheting, knitting and embroidery. If you are stuck on a project or an advanced crafter, we have sessions for you as well! Check out our flyer or visit our website for more information. Our class descriptions can be found at bit.ly/PACE-Classes Pleasanton Adult and Career Education strives to provide relevant and meaningful learning opportunities for adults in the Pleasanton community. Our goal is to be an integral part of the lifelong learning options for our community members!

Volunteer in the Flank Study? (Pleasanton)   
ARE YOU BETWEEN 22 AND 65 YEARS OLD? DO YOU HAVE FAT IN THE FLANKS? You may qualify for a RESEARCH STUDY at Innovation Research Center evaluating the effect of localized skin cooling of fat in the flanks.  You may qualify for this study if: •        You are a healthy Male and Female between 22-65 years of age •        You have visible fat in the flanks •        You are able to attend at least 6 study visits over approximately 8 months Study visits include photos and at least one treatment session with a cooling device on both flanks.  All study visits will be held in Pleasanton, CA.  Participation is voluntary and compensation will be provided.  For more information, please email: clinicalstudy@pleasantonirc.com

Friends of Menlo Park Library (Menlo Park)   
We have opportunities for volunteers interested in making a regular commitment of 2-3 hours a week helping us turn donated books into Dollars to support the Menlo Park Library. Please check out our website for more information at www.friendsmpl.org/volunteer, or email us at info@friendsmpl.org, or call us at 650-330-2521.

 Tuesday December 5
Christina Conti Piano (Palo Alto)   
Private piano lessons for all levels, all ages. In your home or mine. Bachelor of Music, 20+ years exp. 650/493-6950

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