If you're an artist or a maker, we want you to join us and help us turn the streets of Downtown Campbell into a vibrant little art and a crafts mart during our monthly Second Saturdays event.

Second Saturdays is our monthly Artwalk and street music event that happens on (wait for it)... the second Saturday of each month. It's been on holiday for the opening months of the year, but we've got our first one of 2017 scheduled for Saturday, April 8th.

A lot of our old favorites will be rejoining us for 2017, but we'd love to give more artists and makers the opportunity to be a part of our once-a-month craft community. There's no charge to participate, but there are some requirements that you have to meet to come exhibit at Second Saturdays.

Let's get you started! Please see this page for more information:
Second Saturdays Exhibitor Information

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Editor's Note: We don't normally publish op-eds on DowntownCampbell.com, but Dan Furtado, a former mayor of Campbell asked us to post this so we're making an exception this time.

Medical marijuana has been approved for use in California. Following guidelines established by California state law and regulations, patients may acquire and use marijuana. In Campbell, medical marijuana patients may have marijuana delivered from dispensaries established in other cities, patients may possess and use marijuana and grow up to six plants for personal use. Last November, California voters also passed Proposition 64, legalizing marijuana use for recreational purposes. Implementing regulations for recreational use of marijuana will be published in 2018, but at present, Proposition 64 allows possession and personal use of an ounce of marijuana and ability to also grow up to six plants. Additional regulations on use of medical marijuana will likewise be published in 2018.

The local initiative, Measure B, seeks to immediately allow up to 3 medical marijuana dispensaries to be established in Campbell, as well as allow for increased cultivation of medical marijuana within city limits. These dispensaries could be located near daycare centers, parks, and homes. The initiative further provides that patients could cultivate up to 100 square feet of marijuana plants without a license from the city and caregivers could cultivate up to 500 square feet of plants without a license from the city. There is no restriction placed on where cultivation can take place.

Measures C, however, provides for a more safe and reasonable approach to access and use of medical marijuana. Measure C on the ballot would impose a moratorium on marijuana dispensaries located in Campbell until April 2019. The measure would also provide that dispensaries be at least 100 feet from residential properties and 600 feet from child care facilities, schools, parks and community centers. Remember, delivery of medical marijuana is legal in Campbell under current law. Experience in other cities has demonstrated that traffic, congestion, and community disruption occur in areas close to dispensaries.

Measure A on the ballot provides for a Gross Receipts tax on marijuana businesses that might ultimately be approved in the City. Similar to other cities, the initial tax would be between 7-15% to cover increased city expenses for services, such as police, fire, and code enforcement.

Vote Yes on Measures A and C for a safe method to implement medical marijuana. Protect our children.

Vote No on Measure B, as it allows little control of dispensary location and extensive growth of marijuana plants in the city limits.

Sincerely, Dan Furtado, Former Mayor, City of Campbell

Meet Our Staff: Introducing Ka'i McGee, Massage Therapist at Ritual Day Spa. A former Aerospace Medical Technician for the United States Air Force and graduate from NHI-National Holistic Institute, Ka'i brings 15 years of massage therapy experience to Ritual. She has worked for Burke Williams Day Spa and Ballet San Jose, as well as her own enterprise, a Healing Hand Spa & Massage. Welcome Ka'i!

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Downtown Campbell is alive with activity and there are many businesses looking for help at a wide range of part time and full time positions. Here's a list known job openings available. Please contact the businesses directly about questions regarding compensation.

la Panotiq

Catering Delivery Driver- Part Time

The catering driver is responsible for working well within the team, preparing/packaging catering orders to La PanotiQ standards, completing crew tasks as assigned, and delivering catering orders professionally and on time. They are also responsible for assisting in executing catering strategies and initiatives and by doing all of this, ultimately, giving our guests a reason to return to us many times.

  • Experience as a delivery driver
  • Health Card required.
  • Clean, reliable personal transportation required.
  • Insurance required along with current DMV record (not older than 30 days).
  • Personal appearance must be well groomed, neat and clean.
  • Must be able to lift 40 lbs

Back of House Team Member/Kitchen Crew- Part Time

The kitchen team member is responsible for preparing ingredients for use in recipes, and for preparing sandwiches, entrees, soups, and other menu items for our guests. BOH team members often assist in the preparation of catering orders in addition to café orders. As part of the La PanotiQ team, the kitchen team member will take part in cross-training in FOH duties in order to support the team. Training in barista duties and providing excellent guest service will be part of your experience at La PanotiQ.

  • 3 months of restaurant experience preferred.
  • Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to work effectively within a team.
  • Must be able to work quickly in a confined area and stand for extended periods of time.
  • Basic English reading and communication skills.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Knowledge of weights, measurements, volume and cooking procedures.

Physical: While performing the duties of this job, the team member is required to frequently stand, stoop, kneel, lift and/or move up to 45 pounds, and be exposed to cold / elevated temperatures. Food handling card required.


    PRO Martial Arts

    Children's Martial Arts Instructors

    PRO Martial Art's Campbell seeks highly motivated, positive, friendly, clean cut and professional black belt instructors in Tang Soo Do, Tae Kwan Do, or traditional...Read More

    The Mercury News published a nice little article about one of the members of our Downtown Campbell Business Association that's responsible for organizing many of the fun events and activities that you enjoy in Downtown Campbell. It's a special treat for us because earlier we got to honor a DCBA member of the year and one of our other members is being honored as a citizen of the year. Like, Kelly Crowley, our DCBA member of the year, Kimi has poured her heart through volunteerism into making Downtown Campbell and the Campbell area community in general a better place to live, work, and play.

    Kimi has been active in the Campbell community ever since Delphi Academy moved into their space at the Campbell Community Center. She's the headmistress of the school and she's served on the committees producing the Carol of Lights, Bunnies and Bonnets Parade, and other projects the DCBA has supported. You can read a bit more about her in this Mercury News article and you can come celebrate her and the things that she and others do for the Campbell community at the March 18th, Celebrate Campbell event at Villa Ragusa.

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