Six Things to Do in Campbell This Weekend

Campbell is loaded with events every week. Here's our "short list" of things to check out before Monday morning.

Your to-do list is probably chalk full of chores, scheduled R & R and Olympics viewing, but there's a ton going on in Campbell this weekend you just don't want to miss. If we forgot any events, please let us know what, who, when and where in the comments section below.

For now, here's our short list of fun events to take in and take on this weekend:


"Harold & Maude" hits the big screen next to Friday night. Bust out the folding lawn chairs and blankets and show the youngins in your life why movies really were better back in the day.

2. Campbell Farmers' Market, Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Ok, you never truly need a reason to go to the farmers' market, what with all the fresh produce, ample people watching and beautiful sunshine, but if you haven't experienced , this weekend is your chance.

3. Family Fun Fridays at the , 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Today is the last day to take advantage of the $5 deal for tickets (children under three are free). The fun runs from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

4. Joseph Mortela at Orchard Valley Coffee, Saturday, 6 p.m.

Acoustic goodness is a'brewin Saturday night as Joseph Mortela's indie coolness breezes through the coffee shop once again. Come down, grab some joe and wear you're best grunge outfit.

5. Campbell Boot Camp at the track, Friday, 9 a.m.

Has the lead up to the London Olympics, which officially begin Saturday, got you pumped up to get in shape? Trek on down to Campbell Community Center rack with a towel, bottle of water, a set of dumbbells, an exercise mat and the attitude to take on the day. For a complete boot camp schedule, visit Energeia Boot Camp's website.

6. Kalen Gallagher for Campbell Union High School District Kickoff Party at , Saturday, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Join CUHSD hopeful Kalen Gallagher as he celebrates the official launch of his bid for the board. The former teacher's kickoff party is open to all community members. Tickets can be purchased here though no one will be turned away for financial reasons.

Bethany Curran July 27, 2012 at 07:31 PM
Also tonight (Friday, July 27) is a soda tasting at Rocket Fizz in downtown Campbell to benefit "Rose's Rays of Hope" in the fight against cancer. VIa Rocket Fizz Campbell's Facebook page: "This week's soda tasting will be hosted by my friend and loyal customer Jack Callaway. For just $5 you can taste Jack's favorite sodas starting with Jarritos Mango, Hank's Root Beer, R-Pep Cola, Rocket Fizz's own Martian Soda "Abduction Plum" and last but not least Snooki's Wild Cherry Soda. And you get to keep the Rocket Fizz tasting glass. Proceeds from the nights tasting will go to Rose's Rays of Hope, Jack's family and friends team in the fight against cancer. So come on out for some fun and help a great cause!"
dave July 28, 2012 at 04:04 AM
I don't particularly like the new layout of the Farmers Market. I have to double back if I want to see everything, since I usually go in one direction when I visit it.


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