Help Keep the Olive Bar Open in Downtown Campbell!

We know these are hard times for everyone and it is your continued support that has allowed us to stay open to this point.

As a small, family-owned and operated business, every purchase counts. If you are in a...

Weekly Farmers' Market at the Campbell Community Center

 
5/16/21
 
Free
 
Campbell Community Center

The weekly Campbell Farmers' Market is back on its usual day and time, but is being held at an alternate site during the Covid-19 pandemic. For health and safety reasons, the market cannot be held in Downtown Campbell and has been moved nearby to the parking lot of the Campbell Community Center.

Campbell Museums: The History of Moffett Field

 
5/21/21
 
$10
 
Online

John Mascali, Captain, USNR Retired, will share the history of Moffett Field since its beginning in 1930 with the building of the historic Hangar One, which dominates the skyline in the South Bay, and the arrival of one of the largest airships ever built, the USS Macon.

VinoPaint Mod Florals Watercolor Virtual Online Workshop

 
6/4/21
 
$20.00 - $33.00
 
VinoPaint Virtual Events

Welcome to our fun Virtual Online Watercolor Workshop to learn the basics of watercolor painting with brush techniques to achieve the beautiful modern whimsical florals in this wildly fun and creative Virtual Online ZOOM Class!

This...

Stop The Bleed: Bleeding Control Basics Online

 
6/5/21
 
$45 for course materials
 
Online

Learn how to become an immediate responder - - no medical background required.

Just as CPR saves lives, so does knowing how to stop a life threatening bleed (think trauma, mass shooter, bombing, etc.).

This 90-minute...

Campbell Museums: The Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center

 
6/7/21
 
$10
 
Online

The Morgan Hill-based Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center (WERC) will teach us about local wildlife and how to peacefully coexist and appreciate what our wild neighbors do for us and the environment. Education Coordinator Anna Pascual guide us through the work of WERC and help us see that animals, that live all around us are not a nuisance and are actually are beneficial.

Campbell Museums: The History of the California Gold Rush

 
6/18/21
 
$10
 
Online

In 1848 James W. Marshall discovered gold on the South Fork of the American River. It was one of the most significant discoveries in history. It led to the most significant mass emigration of people in the Western Hemisphere. And, it was the catalyst that launched the rapid and remarkable growth of the West.