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The Entertainment Schedule for Boogie Music Festival: Remixed is out!

It's out and it's a who's who list of local musicians in the South Bay. If you don't know any of them, just show up. There'll be four stages going all day and chances are you'll really like at least one of the acts at any given time. It'll be hard to go wrong here.

Please visit the entertainment schedule page on the official Boogie Remixed website for more information about the performers or to learn more about the festival.

Please wear a mask!

Even though all of the live entertainment will be outdoors, we encourage you to wear a mask even if you've been vaccinated. Let's have fun, but err on the side of safety until we get out of this Delta wave.

Also, not only are we dealing with a stubborn pandemic, but the air quality may be sub-par from wildfires depending on which way the wind blows.

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Who likes to stand in line? NOBODY, that's who! So why not avoid the lines and buy your drink 🍺🍷tickets online in advance for Boogie Music Festival: Remixed.

Ticket Prices

  • 1 ticket - $8
  • 4 tickets - $30
  • 2 tickets + glass - $25
  • 5 tickets + glass - $45

One ticket = 1 beer or wine.

Purchase your drink tickets online at:
https://campbellboogie.com/drink-pricing

You will still have to get your ID checked and drink wristband BEFORE using your tickets to get beer and wine BUT the ID line is WAY shorter and moves fast.

Tickets booths close ONE HOUR before the festival ends (5pm on Saturday the 21st and 4pm on Sunday the 22nd.) Beer and wine service stops 30 minutes before the festival ends, so be sure to allow yourself plenty of time for "last call."

Get all the latest BOOGIE-REMIXED info, including our rockin live music line-up at www.CampbellBoogie.com.

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Flex Fitness is our new pay as you go fitness classes. With Flex Fitness you can pick and choose the classes and days you want to attend. You have the flexibility to purchase one class at a time or multiple classes, the choices is yours. Go online for class offerings, dates, and pricing.

Starting this weekend! Join this fun, high-energy Zumba class with a combination of dance and fitness moves. The overall effect is that exercise feels more like a party! Each Zumba class is designed to bring people together by burning calories at the same time they are having a blast! Classes are Saturdays & Sundays 10:00-11:00am!

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Smiling woman in a facemask

Unless you've been living under a rock, you know there's this faster spreading Delta variant of Covid-19 going around. If you actually have been living under a rock, congratulations for having the perfect lifestyle for our times.

As of Tuesday, August 3rd, Santa Clara County has mandated that face masks are again required for everyone regardless of your vaccination status when you're indoors at businesses. This isn't a return to the colored tiers of "The Blueprint" where most businesses had to operate at reduced capacities and some had to stay closed or operate in a different format. It's just face masks. That's all.

For anything that you can't do with a face mask on like beauty services or indoor dining you're required to wear face masks whenever possible. Keep your face masks on when you sit down, when you order, and when you're waiting for your food to come. When you're done with your meal or drinks, put your masks back on.

Going back to wearing face masks is the only change and if we all do the right thing and keep our exposure down by taking simple precautions, it'll hopefully be the only change that's needed to prevent the Delta variant from becoming a serious problem in the South Bay. It goes without saying that if you haven't been vaccinated, it really is critical that you get vaccinated as soon as possible.

Did you know that all Covid-19 Vaccinations are free?
Regardless of your insurance coverage or your immigration status, all Covid-19 vaccinations are covered by the Federal government. Go to sccfreevax.org to learn more and find a vaccination location near you.

So What Changed?

  • The Delta variant is as much as 3x as contagious as the original virus.

  • It's so contagious that it's no longer rare for vaccinated people to get "breakthrough" infections.

  • Vaccinated people with Delta breakthrough infections can be significantly infectious. Just how infectious is not clear, but it was previously believed that vaccinated people with breakthrough infections could only be weakly infectious at worst.

What Hasn't Changed

  • The chance of a fully vaccinated person dying of Covid-19 is miniscule.

  • Very few vaccinated people end up hospitalized.

  • The vaccine still gives you good all around protection, but it's not impenetrable.

  • Masks make it harder to spread the virus.

So here we are again. We know you're frustrated and exhausted about things changing so abruptly all the time. Please think of how much more frustrating and exhausting it is to be operating a small business in such a difficult time. We're again calling on you to help all of us struggling to keep retail shops, restaurants, and small businesses alive by...Read More

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The Campbell Recreation Pre-School has current openings in the following classes: Kinder Kids (4-5.5 YRS) M-T 9:30-12:00PM

Kinder Kids (4-5.5 YRS) M-W 12:30-3:00PM

Kindergarten Prep (4.4-5.5 YRS) M-Th 8:30-11:30AM

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Campbell Recreation Fall Activity Guide! Registration begins 8/10!

Posted on August 3rd, 2021 by Campbell Recreation Events

Fall is a great time to be in Campbell! We're excited to offer more youth, adult, and 50+ activities, debut our new Flex Fitness program, and welcome back our annual Oktoberfest Fun Run at Campbell Park. We're also thrilled to announce we have a new Sports FlexPick program for volleyball, basketball, and badminton coming later this fall, so stay tuned!

Registration opens August 10th for Campbell residents, and August 11th for everyone.

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You already well know that the Olive Bar in Downtown Campbell is your spot for a whole flavor library of Extra Virgin Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinegars, but did you know there's also some really great gourmet pantry items that are waiting to be discovered?

We just added 50 new pantry products to go along with our lineup of hot sauces, gourmet salts, and flavored jams. Stop in and see what's new!

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It'll be delayed, but Boogie Music Festival will happen in 2021 as Boogie Remixed 2021 on Saturday & Sunday, August 21st & 22nd in Downtown Campbell. The Campbell Chamber is excited to announce Boogie Music Festival in a remixed format.

Though the dates have changed, the need for volunteers remains the same. As always, volunteers are a large part of what make our festivals such a success. If you are able to participate by working a shift during the event, please sign up by filling out a volunteer information form from the link below.

If you signed up previously, we still have your information. All volunteers will be contacted directly with specifics as the festival gets closer. Please feel free to invite family, friends, coworkers, and neighbors - volunteering as a group is extra fun and rewarding.

To volunteer as a group, please email Teresa Stanko ([email protected]) with names, date, times and your preferred tasks.

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Openings in Summer Youth Camps & Classes! Register before it's too late!

Posted on June 29th, 2021 by Campbell Recreation Events

It's not too late to register for our Summer Youth Camps and Classes! Don't miss your chance! Spots are filling fast!

Day Camp at John D Morgan Park Ages 4-12
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Cooking Camps for Ages 6-15
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Skyhawks Basketball Camps Ages 7-12

Skyhawks Lacross Camp Ages 7-12
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Oceans and Robotics, Science and Technology Camp SSROV Ages 8-14 YRS
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Cheerleading Camps Ages 5.5-10
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Public Speaking and Debate Camps - Virtual & In-Person Ages 7-13
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Virtual Art Camps Ages 5-12
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World Cup Soccer Ages 5-13
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MusicalMe Classes In-Person & Virtual Ages 0 to 8
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The Great Re-opening of June 15th and Downtown Campbell

Posted on June 18th, 2021 by sheldon

You probably know this. On June 15th, California re-opened.

What does that even mean?

It means that most, but not all Covid-19 related public health orders have been lifted for all the lucky people who've been vaccinated. For people who haven't been vaccinated, the new rules are relaxed, but remain more similar than not to what they were before.

As of the June 15th re-opening, businesses no longer have any capacity limits and for everyone who've been vaccinated, they're not required to enforce masking and social distancing. Keep in mind that this doesn't mean they can't still request on their own to have everyone wear a mask while on their premises.

Businesses that had specific restrictions on how they were allowed to operate, will no longer have those restrictions. Bars can be bars straight up. They don't have to serve food with your beer anymore. Entertainment venues can do their normal thing with only precautions required for people who haven't been vaccinated.

Some places may still require everyone to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If they do, they surely have a good reason. Please remember that every single small business is run by people who have families and we are all dealing with challenges that you can't see.

We're thrilled to be starting the return to the old normal, but the reality is that things are still a long ways from normal for people operating shops, restaurants, and services. 2021 is going to be a year of transition. Please help us get through this year by being your most compassionate and understanding self.

Farmers' Market + Outdoor Festivities

Many of you are probably eager to know when the Farmers' Market will be back in Downtown Campbell. That'll eventually happen, but there's no news for now.

Outdoor festivals and festivities? Some of those may happen and the organizers of those events want them to happen, but public health concerns are not the only logistical factors making their imminent return difficult.

Let's End the Pandemic for Good

If you haven't yet been vaccinated, please please please make it a priority to do so. The results are in and the so named Delta variant of Covid-19 has shown itself to be approximately twice as contagious as the initial strains of Covid-19 and might also be more severe. The good news is that if you've completed your shots, you're unlikely to get it and are well protected from developing a severe case even if you do.

Getting vaccinated is not only free, but you can actually collect a $50 reward for getting vaccinated and be entered into drawings for prizes donated by supporting organizations. If you need help finding a vaccination location, just go to...Read More

Parklets in Downtown Campbell to Continue thru Sept 30th

Posted on June 4th, 2021 by sheldon

On June 15th, the State of California will enter a full re-opening and there will no longer be any indoor or outdoor capacity limits for any businesses. Things will be changing, but the parklets program will not be one of them.

The Campbell City Council recently voted to keep existing parklets in place through September 30, 2021. If you've grown fond of having more outdoor dining and service options, you're in luck and we're in luck. It's not going away anytime soon.

Yellow Tier Restrictions

After a long pandemic year, Santa Clara made it into the Yellow and least restrictive tier last month on May 18th. In the Yellow tier, here's what's allowed.

  • Restaurants or bars that also serve food can have indoor seating up to 50% capacity
  • Gyms and fitness studios can operate at up to 50% capacity indoors
  • Entertainment centers can operate at up to 50% capacity indoors
  • Museums can operate at 100% capacity
  • Retail can operate at 100% capacity
  • Bars not serving meals can open indoors up to 25% capacity

California Reopens on June 15th

On June 15th, when California enters a full re-opening, the colored tiers of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy will be retired and the above capacity limits will no longer apply. All businesses in Downtown Campbell will be allowed to operate at 100% indoors and outdoors.

Outdoor options that you've come to appreciate will continue to be available assuming those businesses wish to continue making them available and most will do so for some time to come.

Although the economy will be fully re-opened, it does not mean all health restrictions are terminated. Masks will still be required indoors for anyone who hasn't been vaccinated and there will continue to be some specific situations in which masks are still required for everyone regardless of vaccination status.

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Vax for the Win: Get Vaccinated and Win Cash Prizes

Posted on June 4th, 2021 by sheldon

UPDATE: The big prizes have been given out, but they're still handing out $50 gift cards and other organizations are now donating really amazing prizes to encourage anyone who still hasn't been vaccinated yet to get their shots.


More than anywhere else, downtowns have a keen interest in seeing as many people vaccinated as possible. That's because our normal mode of operating is face to face and highly persona. We can't fully return to normal until the pandemic is completely behind us so if you're able to be vaccinated, please do so.

If you haven't been vaccinated yet, did you know that as part of California's Vax for the Win program you can get a $50 gift card and a chance to win prizes of $50,000 and $1.5 million as a reward for getting vaccinated? You just have to get at least your first shot by June 15th to qualify.

If you're ready to get vaccinated, just head over to myturn.ca.gov.

About the Prizes

2 Million Winners of $50
The first 2 million Californians to be vaccinated after May 27 will receive a $50 virtual prepaid card OR a $50 grocery gift card for Kroger stores or Albertsons stores.

30 Winners of $50,000 - JUNE 4 & 11
Thirty vaccinated California residents will win $50,000 each in cash. There will be 15 prize winners selected on June 4 and another 15 prize winners selected on June 11. Californians with at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine who are 12 years of age and older will be eligible to win. (If someone under 18 wins, the cash will be put in a savings account for them until they turn 18.)

10 Winners of $1,500,000 - JUNE 15
Ten vaccinated California residents will be selected on June 15 to win cash prizes of $1.5 million each. Californians with at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine who are 12 years of age and older will be eligible to win. (If someone under 18 wins, the cash will be put in a savings account for them until they turn 18.)

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