Where/When: E Campbell Avenue and Winchester Boulevard. Wednesday, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Why Go: Let your kids sroll around downtown with your pet. You live here, so you know downtown Campbell is a pet-friendly place: many of the shops welcome pets and all restaurant patios are pet-friendly. So let the entire family come out and enjoy the walk around downtown.
Where/When: , Gilman and E Campbell avenues, Campbell, Saturday, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Why Go: Assemblymember Jim Beall Jr. will be here for Los Gatos Creek Cleanup Day. Join him to help clean up the creek. Volunteers will meet at Campbell Park between Campbell and Camden avenues. Trash bags, gloves and trash sticks will be provided.
Where/When: , 1628 W Campbell Ave. and throughout Downtown Campbell, Saturday, Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Why Go: There will be plenty going on in Campbell this weekend, a lot for you and the kids to be doing. This festival attracts big crowds so expect Historic Downtown Campbell to be packed. With good reason. The festival features more than 200 booths with arts, crafts, and more. Live entertainment throughout the weekend, as well as a focus on cajun and New Orleans Style Food, which doesn't mean kids culinary tastes will be forgotten either.
Pricing: Free admission and parking
Where/When: , 1 W Campbell Ave., Campbell, Saturday, 5 p.m.
Why Go: Imaginarium is Firebird Dance Theatre's newest original dance show, choreographed and directed by Lotta Lysaya Burton. What is it about? They ask you to imagine "an ordinary, nameless town. The town is quiet, orderly, and uneventful. Everyday the residents of the town go to work and their children go to school, dressed in black and gray. Every day is the same. The same, that is, until on one particular day … a traveling circus comes to town!" And then of course, everything changes. Why don't you and your children go and see just what impact the arrival of the circus will have?
Pricing: $15 to $25
Where/When:, 1 W Campbell Ave., Campbell, Sunday 10 a.m.
Why Go: Learn something about Tamil culture in Indian by attending the annual event sponsored by the California Tamil Academy. This will be a wide-ranging event with music, dance, art and more that is based on India's Tamil culture.