Where/When: Ainsley House, Thursday-Sunday, noon-4 p.m. through June 26.
Why Go: Campbell's premier historic home plays host to an exhibit of quilts highlighting the styles and trends of the last two centuries, from treasured heirlooms to contemporary sculptural designs.
How Much: $2.50-$6.
Where/When: , Thursday, 6-9 p.m.
Why Go: Throughout the month of March, Rock Bottom will donate 25¢ for every purchase of Fire Chief Ale to the Rescue 25 Restoration Project, tapped to raise $20,000 to refurbish the rescue vehicle used in Northern Calfornia's first paramedic program. Every Thursday, the brewery will have an antique fire engine on site and live music to quaff by.
How Much: Depends on how many pints you want.
Where/When: Rock Bottom Brewery, Saturday, 8 a.m. registration.
Why Go: Return to the brewery to work off some of what you consumed earlier in the week while helping yet more good causes, including the San Jose East Valley Lions Club, InnVision the Way Home and the Bill Wilson Center.
How Much: Race registration is $20-$30.
Where/When: Villa Ragusa, Saturday, 6-9 p.m.
Why Go: The gives local service organizations their due while honoring 2010's Citizen of the Year, pastor Jimmy Zien, and Business of the Year, Hawg's Seafood Bar.
How Much: $50-$60.
Where/When: , Saturday, VIP reception 6:30 p.m., concert 8 p.m.
Why Go: Locally grown jazz pianist Eigsti plays a benefit concert for Child Advocates of Silicon Valley. The multiple Grammy nominee will play selections from his latest album, “Daylight at Midnight.”
How Much: $44 for concert only; $74 for concert and champagne reception with the artist.