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 Monday April 24
Hungarian Heritage Festival! (Belmont)   
Experience the tastes, sights and sounds of Hungary. Come see what makes Hungarian culture truly unique! Special Feature this year: Wedding Traditions of Hungary All music and dance performances and exhibits are included in the price of admission. * Live Performances * Live Folk Dance and Music * Traditional Food and Pastries * Fine Hungarian Wine * Cultural and Art Exhibits * Hungarian Craft and Gift Faire Schedule Highlights: * Opening ceremony at 1pm * Wedding performance at 2pm and at 5:30pm * Children’s puppet show & activities hosted by Harangvirág Playhouse at 3:30pm in the Senior Center * Folk Dance Circles at 8pm * Full program can be found at HungarianHeritageFestival.com This year we have added the convenience of purchasing your tickets online in advance! Purchase your tickets now to skip the line at the event: www.hungarianheritagefestival.eventbrite.com FAQs What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is plenty of parking at the park and on the streets around it but we also recommend taking CalTrain. The park is a 7 minute walk from the Belmont CalTrain Station. http://www.caltrain.com/schedules/weekend-timetable.html What can I bring into the event? Bring the whole family, but please leave your pets at home. No dogs permitted unless they are certified service dogs. For more information: HungarianHeritageFestival.com

Spring Singles Spectacular (Cupertino)   
Meet new friends at this fun party! Adults of all ages welcome. Dress to impress. Saturday, May 20, 2017. 7pm-8:30pm – Speed Dating, with three age groups: 1.20s & 30s 2.40s & 50s 3.55+ 8:30pm-Midnight – Dance Party, with your favorite hits. LOCATION: Aloft Hotel, 10165 N DeAnza Blvd, Cupertino CA. From Hwy 280 take DeAnza exit. Free parking underneath hotel or on street. COST: $15/advance (by May 19) or $20/door for Dance Party only, 8:30pm-12. $25/advance (by May 19) or $30/door for BOTH Speed Dating (if space permits in your age group) and Dance Party. We have lots of space at the door for the Dance Party, but recommend prepaying for the Speed Dating, as sections often sell out early. CO-SPONSORED by The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; and many singles meetups. MORE PARTIES at www.thepartyhotline.com. • Single Mingle with a View in Quaint Benicia, April 30 • Sunday Afternoon Delight, May 7, San Rafael • Singles Charity Ball, May 13, San Francisco • It’s Raining Men!, May 28, Walnut Creek • White Party, June 3, Mill Valley

 Sunday April 23
PREGNANT? (Out of area)   
CONSIDERING ADOPTION? Call us first. Living expenses, housing, medical, and continued support afterwards. Choose adoptive family of your choice. Call 24/7. 1-877-879-4709 (Cal-SCAN)

Water Damage to Your Home? (Out of area)   
Call for a quote for professional cleanup & maintain the value of your home! Set an appt. today! Call 1-855-401-7069 (Cal-SCAN)

DID YOU KNOW (Out of area)   
7 IN 10 Americans or 158 million U.S. Adults read content from newspaper media each week? Discover the Power of Newspaper Advertising. For a free brochure call 916-288-6011 or email cecelia@cnpa.com (Cal-SCAN)

DID YOU KNOW (Out of area)   
144 million U.S. Adults read a Newspaper print copy each week? Discover the Power of Newspaper Advertising. For a free brochure call 916-288-6011 or email cecelia@cnpa.com (Cal-SCAN)

EVERY BUSINESS has a story to (Out of area)   
Get your message out with California’s PRMedia Release " the only Press Release Service operated by the press to get press! For more info contact Cecelia @ 916-288-6011 or http://prmediarelease.com/california (Cal-SCAN)

PREGNANT? CONSIDERING ADOPTION (Out of area)   
Call us first. Living expenses, housing, medical, and continued support afterwards. Choose adoptive family of your choice. Call 24/7. 877-362-2401 (AAN CAN)

Stanford Museum Volunteer (Stanford)   
Visitor Service volunteers work at the information desks located in the lobbies of the museum. The volunteers are responsible for providing our visitors with the information and resources they need in order to have a positive and enriching museum experience. Our volunteers are considered ambassadors of the museum; they represent the University, the Anderson Collection at Stanford University and the Cantor Arts Center. Duties: • Actively greet visitors and welcome them to the museum • Provide accurate details related to the museum history, exhibitions, gallery rotations, programs and events • Assist with museum and Stanford campus way finding • Count and record visitor attendance • Work in cooperation with staff and volunteers to ensure visitors’ needs are met • Ensure information desks are organized and adequately stocked with museum related print collateral

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 Saturday April 22
WISH LIST 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.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 - Small Amazon-style shipping boxes (new or gently used) - Filling material for shipping online orders -- bubble wrap, gently used bubble and padded mailers, bags of air, and sheet foam. NO packing peanuts or styrofoam blocks, please. - Rolls of clear shipping tape - 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!

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 Thursday April 20
music art (Out of area)   
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 Wednesday April 19
music bus club. food (Coastside)   
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 Tuesday April 18
Movie Night: English Vinglish (Menlo Park)   
Free event! Please join us for a screening of the international hit The Hollywood Reporter described as having a “universal message—conveyed with wit and heart.” The Menlo Park Library will present a screening of "English Vinglish," the international hit film about a traditional Indian housewife who enrolls in a language course to stop her husband and daughter mocking her lack of English skills. The movie is in Hindi and English, with English subtitles. The event is free, and will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25, in the main library at 800 Alma Street. For more information on this event, visit menlopark.org/library.

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Senior Travel (Pleasanton)   
Senior Travel is offered by the VIP Travel Club at the Pleasanton Sr. Center. Just a few of the trips we are offering for 2017 within the USA are Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, West Virginia and New York City. Our international trips include Italy and Germany. Please come in and take a look at what we have to offer or visit our website VIPtravel5353.weebly.com. Our address is 5353 Sunol Blvd. Pleasanton, CA M-F 10:00am-2:00pm Phone 925-931-5370

 Monday April 17
Position: Volunteer Membership C (Redwood City)   
The Gorilla Foundation / Koko.org Position: Volunteer Membership Coordinator The Gorilla Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation, protection and well-being of gorillas and other great apes through interspecies communication research and education. Established in 1976, TGF is best known for “Project Koko,” the longest interspecies communication study in history and the only one involving gorillas — during which Koko has become an ambassador for great apes and a “Voice for Nature.” We are looking for volunteers to assist us at our business office (Redwood City) with Gorilla Foundation membership management, via mail, email and phone correspondences. Your service will help us raise funds more efficiently in order to transmit Koko’s legacy as an ambassador for her species to the next generation. Available Responsibilities (based on skills and interests): 1. Fulfillment of orders placed on our online store: koko.org/kokomart 2. Fulfillment of donor thank-you and outreach letters, and membership materials 3. Management of email and phone correspondences from members and the public 4. Help with social media and web postings on Koko’s Facebook, Twitter and web site 5. Reviewing, editing and answering letters to prospective donors, donors and partners 6. Database administration (if interested and have some experience) 7. Help with multimedia (photo and video) selection and rating (Please note that we do NOT currently have any volunteer opportunities that involve direct contact with the gorillas.) Necessary Qualifications: 1. A strong interest in The Gorilla Foundations work and mission 2. Attention to detail 3. Reliable — learning new tasks, completing projects to specs, asking questions 4. Basic Computer skills: Microsoft Office, Email, learning new apps 5. Good written and verbal communication skills Other Requirements: 1. Minimum commitment of 6 months 2. Available one day a week for a four hour shift between 9 am and 4 pm 3. Must be at least 18 years old How to Apply: Email: 1) a Cover letter summarizing your experience, interests, reasons for wanting to volunteer, questions about the position, and your availability), 2) a Resume of work, volunteer and educational experience 3) List of 2-3 professional and/or volunteer-related references 4) A 1-2 paragraph essay on “What Koko Means to Me” to: volunteer@Koko.org. All attachments MUST be in either Word or PDF format. Thank you for your interest in supporting the Gorilla Foundation’s cause!

 Sunday April 16
HUGE USED BOOK/CD/DVD SALE (Palo Alto)   
HUGE USED BOOK CD DVD SALE SAT and SUN MAY 13 & 14 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 MAIN SALE ROOM ONLY 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 during our monthly sales. Due to space limitations, please limit your donation to 1-2 bags or boxes. We also accept donations Monday - Saturday 2-4 pm. 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

FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY (Palo Alto)   
FREE USED BOOK/CD/ DVD GIVEAWAY AFTER SALE Friends of the Palo Alto Library gives away FREE books after each monthly sale!! (Next Sale Sat and Sun, APRIL 8 & 9) 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

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!

ASSIST IN FRIENDS BOOKSTORE (Palo Alto)   
ASSIST IN FRIENDS BOOKSTORE MITCHELL PARK LIBRARY OR SUBSTITUTE Friends of the Palo Alto Library now has a bookstore inside the new Mitchell Park Library featuring many books, CD's, DVD's, and notecards for sale at very low prices. Payment is on the honor system, but FOPAL needs volunteers who would be willing to sit in the bookstore from 3 to 5 any afternoon Monday through Friday (or other days/times to suit your schedule) to restock shelves as needed, sell miscellaneous school supplies, and generally provide a friendly public face for FOPAL! We also need volunteers who would be willing to occasionally substitute for our regular store assistants. For more info about FOPAL, visit our website at: www.fopal.org, or call our Volunteer and Sales Manager, Janette Herceg, at 650-494-1266

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. WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!

DONATE BOOKS/HELP 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: 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): 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 show contact info to be sure that a volunteer is working in the Main Book Sale Room and can receive your donation. Due to our space limitations, we encourage you to bring your donations at the above scheduled times rather than on our sale weekends. If necessary, we can accept 1-2 bags or boxes at the sale. Pickup of large donations can be arranged. Call show contact info and leave a message. Your donations are tax-deductible. Be sure to ask for a receipt.

ASST SECTION MGRS FOR FOPAL (Palo Alto)   
ASSISTANT SECTION MANAGERS NEEDED FOR FOPAL's MONTHLY SALES The year-round monthly sales put on by Friends of the Palo Alto Library feature book sale rooms that are organized by subject matter -- just like a bookstore! To accomplish that, each section is managed by volunteer managers who select organize, research, and price the books in their sections. FOPAL is seeking additional volunteers who would like to ASSIST some of our section managers in the Main Book Sale Room in getting their sections ready for each sale. Currently we have openings in Reference, Politics, Biography/Memoir. If you have another special interest, let us know! This is a great opportunity to share your expertise and interest in your favorite subject area. Once you've learned the ropes, your hours and schedule are entirely flexible. To learn more about volunteering for FOPAL, call Janette Herceg, Sales and Volunteer Manager, at 650-494-1266 or fill out the Volunteer Interest Form at our website www.fopal.org.

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.

SHARPEN UP AT THE FARMERS' MRKT (Pleasanton)   
The Saturday Farmers' Market in Pleasanton 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 this Saturday and meet your friends while enjoying a great part of the Pleasanton community.

 Wednesday April 12
Invitation for Subcontractor Bid (Mountain View)   
INVITATION FOR SUBCONTRACTOR’S BID ALL TRADES AND SUPPLIERS INCLUDING QUALIFIED DVBE/LBE/DVE/WBE/SBE Project-Phase 1 Monta Loma Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room Modernization Location: 460 Thompson Avenue, Mountain View, CA 94043 Bid Date: April 27, 2017 @ 2:00pm Estimated Budget: 3.1M Schedule- May 7,2017- September 19,2017 Project-Phase 2 Monta Loma Elementary School Classroom Modernization Location: 460 Thompson Avenue, Mountain View, CA 94043 Bid Date: April 27, 2017 @ 2:00pm Estimated Budget: 5.6M Schedule- June 7,2017- August 11,2017 Owner- Mountain View Whisman School District Delivery- Lease-Lease Back----Beals Martin- Guaranteed Maximum Price All Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Subcontractors must be pre-qualified. Please visit www.mvwsd.org for further information. Plans/Specifications- Contact bids@bealsmartin.com to request an invitation to bid for access. Submit Bids to: Beals Martin, Inc. 2596 Bay Road Redwood City, CA 94063 P: 650-364-8141 F: 650-367-7645 Prevailing Wage Rates & Certified Payroll Reporting is required. Beals Martin is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Signatory to the Carpenters Union.

 Tuesday April 11
Bystander Intervention Class (Sunnyvale)   
http://impactbayarea.org/bystander_intervention

 Wednesday April 5
Career Workshops for Women (Lafayette / Orinda / Moraga)   
CAREER WORKSHOPS FOR WOMEN Have you taken an extended break from your career? Are you ready to re-enter the workforce? Relaunch Now provides workshops to women who are ready to return to the workforce after taking an extended break from their careers. Our mission is to help women who may feel out of touch with what's going on in today's job market navigate the re-entry process. We prepare and support women in the their journey to find and start a new chapter in their lives. Workshop begins April 18. Visit www.RelaunchYourCareerNow.com for more information.

Career Workshops for Women (Walnut Creek)   
CAREER WORKSHOPS FOR WOMEN Have you taken an extended break from your career? Are you ready to re-enter the workforce? Relaunch Now provides workshops to women who are ready to return to the workforce after taking an extended break from their careers. Our mission is to help women who may feel out of touch with what's going on in today's job market navigate the re-entry process. We prepare and support women in the their journey to find and start a new chapter in their lives. Workshop begins April 18. Visit www.RelaunchYourCareerNow.com for more information.

Career Workshops for Women (Dublin)   
CAREER WORKSHOPS FOR WOMEN Have you taken an extended break from your career? Are you ready to re-enter the workforce? Relaunch Now provides workshops to women who are ready to return to the workforce after taking an extended break from their careers. Our mission is to help women who may feel out of touch with what's going on in today's job market navigate the re-entry process. We prepare and support women in the their journey to find and start a new chapter in their lives. Workshop begins April 18. Visit www.RelaunchYourCareerNow.com for more information.

Career Workshops for Women (San Ramon)   
CAREER WORKSHOPS FOR WOMEN Have you taken an extended break from your career? Are you ready to re-enter the workforce? Relaunch Now provides workshops to women who are ready to return to the workforce after taking an extended break from their careers. Our mission is to help women who may feel out of touch with what's going on in today's job market navigate the re-entry process. We prepare and support women in the their journey to find and start a new chapter in their lives. Workshop begins April 18. Visit www.RelaunchYourCareerNow.com for more information.

Career Workshops for Women (Danville)   
CAREER WORKSHOPS FOR WOMEN Have you taken an extended break from your career? Are you ready to re-enter the workforce? Relaunch Now provides workshops to women who are ready to return to the workforce after taking an extended break from their careers. Our mission is to help women who may feel out of touch with what's going on in today's job market navigate the re-entry process. We prepare and support women in the their journey to find and start a new chapter in their lives. Workshop begins April 18. Visit www.RelaunchYourCareerNow.com for more information.

 Tuesday November 29
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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