Join us for free Zumba classes for ages 14 and up, at the Campbell Library! Come move and groove to tropical beats. Wear comfortable workout clothes and shoes. Bring your bottle of water and a small towel. No registration required.
Please bring your own guitar. Instructor will have limited guitars and tuners for use. Sign up for this series of classes on our online events calendar or at the information desk. Signing up for one class means signing up for all four classes. These programs are for ages 10+
Welcome in the lunar new year by learning about the traditions and symbolism which enrich this celebration each year. The Asian Art Museum will be giving a talk on the Lunar New Year.
Lunar New Year is a fun and fact-filled exploration of the practices and symbolism surrounding the celebration of the new year in Asian countries. The new year -- 4716, by Chinese reckoning -- will begin on February 16 for the year of the Earth Dog. Find out what that all means during the talk. AAM website is: http://www.asianart.org/
All are welcome. Free, as always. In ourAuditorium.
To celebrate John Hancock Day and their January display on the Saratoga Art Wall, Pacific Scribes calligraphy group will demonstrate different lettering techniques. Stop by the community room and make your own bookmark.
Saturday, January 20, 2018 Cupertino Community Hall, 4:00 pm.
Ever wondered what is meditation all about? How does meditation work? In this workshop , Dr. Manish Saggar is an Asst. Professor in the department of Psychiatry, Stanford University School of Medicine. He is a long time meditator, who speaks nationally on the topic. Dr. Saggar will explore psychological as well as traditional views on how meditation benefits us on numerous levels. He will share certain studies that show how meditation enhances brain functioning. There will even be a meditation sitting as well. Join Dr. Saggar for this powerful workshop.
PLEASE NOTE: Starting on December 3, 2017, continuing through Sunday, March 4, these tutoring sessions will be FROM 2:00 TIL 4:00. As daylight saving time ends, we will go back to the original time on Sunday, March 11.
Vietnamese speakers: Come to our Computer Training Center Sunday afternoons for FREE computer instruction. Knowledge of basic computer skills such as typing and use of the mouse is required. To practice class exercises, participants should bring a laptop. Classes last approximately 2 hours. No registration is required.
As part of the ProBono Project, Virtual Lawyers in the Library will be offering free legal advice on a variety of subjects including immigration, landlord/tenant, divorce, child custody, elder issues and small claims court. We will use video and internet technology to connect participants for a free 20 minute legal consultation with an attorney. Space is limited- make your appointment today at the Information Desk or sign up online: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d4cabac23a4f49-gilroy2
This Latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, dance-fitness party exhilarates your senses and works all major muscle groups in a high-energy cardio blast that leaves you invigorated, refreshed and full of life. Zumba classes feature exotic rhythms like salsa, merengue, cumbia and samba set to sexy Latin and international beats.
Come see what Zumba is all about!
We are sorry for the inconvenience, but the presenter has had to cancel this talk.
One of the most confusing, but important phases of retirement strategies is understanding your Social Security retirement benefits.
Managing your Social Security income benefit is an important part of your retirement income process. The discussion will also touch upon other sources of retirement income to augment and/or fill in the gaps from Social Security.
Mr. Ven is a financial advisor and columnist for the Los Altos Town Crier.
Improve your English listening and speaking skills in a friendly setting. For all levels of English language learners. Chat topics will include American culture, life skills and current events. Make friends, discover new cultures, and learn new words. No sign-up needed.
Do you need some help understanding computer usage? Come to our Computer Training Center on Tuesday afternoons at 4:00. Our volunteer teens can help you with your questions. Email, Internet searching or troubleshooting, Google Docs, and more! One-on-one tutoring is really helpful, so drop in and try it, on our computers. All adults are welcome. Free, of course!
This Latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, dance-fitness party exhilarates your senses and works all major muscle groups in a high-energy cardio blast that leaves you invigorated, refreshed and full of life. Zumba features rhythms like salsa, merengue, cumbia and samba set to Latin and international beats. Come join the Zumba Party at the Gilroy Library!
Come root for Morgan Hill students as they deliver 5 to 6 minute speeches on the theme: "How Can We Stand Up to Sexism." Judges will award prizes to the top three. Sponsored by the Morgan Hill Chapter of the American Association of University Women.
Are you a pruning procrastinator? Get going because native plants are growing and getting ready to burst forth in spring! Patricia Evans will show how to prune shrubs, perennials, and trees to avoid pruning more than necessary in the future.
Want to start 2018 on the right foot? Set your goals and dreams for the year in this innovative (free!) workshop!
What is a vision board?
- Cut out images and words from magazines and paste them on a poster board.
- Set the board in your home to look at every day so that your brain aligns with the outcome you most want to attract.
- Help your dreams come true and stay inspired throughout the year.
About our presenter: Ewa Samples photographs families, kids, business owners, and, recently, strangers. Her motto: be a mermaid in a sea of fish. She believes all mothers are superheroes. She was selected as one of San Jose's top twenty newborn photographers by Expertise in 2016. She has been using Vision Boards to achieve her goals for the past four years.
This English as a Second Language
class focuses on listening to and speaking English. The instructor, from
Campbell Adult and Community Education, provides lessons, answers questions,
and facilitates conversation exercises.
This class is for high beginner to
intermediate level. Space is limited.
Registration and assessment test are required.