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Here's the weekend haps...

Saturday Nov. 9

Second Saturday in Downtown Campbell means live music and art from 2 p.m.-6 p.m.
This week's musical highlights are: Mark Rodriguez, Bernard Smith, the MaryEllen Duo, and Duke Mantee & The Gold Money Band

And the artists include: Leah Jay, Michael Foley, Dough Dodd, Nicolas Cesar, Anthony Barbaria, Maayan Glaser-Koren, Lawrence Pratt, Sacred Coyote Designs, David Canavese, Kristen Pollok, Rosanna Pizzuti, Thomas Morrow, Sheila Larsen, Tiffany Ryan, FRPArt, Heather Sibley, Denise Deiloh, Dick Zunkle, and Meinani Carrara

There will be face painting by CupKate's Face Painting  and a Community Canvas.

 Are you a local artist who would like to exhibit your work during a Second Saturday? Please e-mail info@downtowncampbell.com.

Veteran's Fundraising Dinner

This is a big Campbell event held Saturday at 5:30 p.m. at Orchard City Banquet Hall at Campbell Community Center. The Campbell Veterans Memorial Foundation will be hosting its first annual fundraising dinner and auction. 
Expect plenty of local politicians and veterans. 

Dinner tickets are $75 per person, and there will be 10 raffle baskets available for $20 per ticket. Proceeds from the event will go towards the Phase II construction of the Veterans Memorial in Campbell and for the Foundation’s Endowment Program, which benefits returning veterans and the families of injured and deceased veterans.

To purchase tickets, please click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page. For further information, please contact Dan Furtado, President and CEO, at 408-378-3506.

Sunday, November 10:

23 Skidoo

Want to learn to do vintage hairstyles? 

There is a vintage styling class with teacher Dezi Dollon Sunday, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. at 23 Skidoo at 342 E. Campbell Ave. Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 at the door. Buy them at the store or call (408) 370-2334

Do you have recommendations for the weekend? Put them up in the comments and we'll add them to the list.


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