Here are some of the faces that make Downtown Campbell more than just a small district with restaurants and some shops. Every month, a different business in Downtown Campbell hosts this gathering of business owners, nonprofit representatives, and City of Campbell officials to go over upcoming events, share news, and discuss ways to support each other and make Downtown Campbell a better place. The meeting this month was at the newly opened Water Tower Kitchen.

These people are the Downtown Campbell Business Association (DCBA) and they're the community minded volunteers who are behind the scenes of much of what happens in Downtown Campbell. It's really amazing that Downtown Campbell is as well composed as it is because so much of it is being done by volunteers in their "spare time". This isn't typical of a lot of the Main Street districts that you know. Places like Downtown Campbell usually have at least one full time staff person to run the show.

What we lack in resources, we make up for in culture. It's a "culture of doing stuff" and it includes our fans and local residents who reward us for doing what we do by showing up and bringing friends. That in turn encourages businesses who want to be a part of this culture to open up shop in Downtown Campbell and help us keep this thing going.

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New Updated Menu at Flights Restaurant!

Posted on March 5th, 2019 by Flights

Three cheers for the new menu at Flights Restaurant Campbell! This week they released a revamped menu that was updated by their celebrity chef, Kyle Kingrey! Those of you with special diets will be excited to know that gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan options are all clearly marked for you. Also, they've added a new lunch menu for those times when you just want a mini Flights experience.

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Every year, as part of the Celebrate Campbell Awards Dinner event, we get to choose a person important to Downtown Campbell to honor. This year, we're pleased to name a person who's a true team player as the Downtown Campbell Business Association's (DCBA) person of the year for 2019. You might not know him, but if you're around in Downtown Campbell often, you've probably seen him because he lives downtown and shows up to just about everything to be there in support. Nicholas Welzenbach is the name that goes with this face you probably already recognize. He's the funeral director and a managing partner of Darling Fischer Memorial Chapel in Campbell. In addition to being a very active member of the DCBA, he's also a board member and President-Elect of the Campbell Chamber of Commerce.

Nicholas' selfless attitude perfectly embodies one of the core values of the Downtown Campbell Business Association, which is that doing things for the community is not just the right thing to do, but also good for businesses in the long run. For things that improve the quality of life in Campbell, he's never hesitated to volunteer himself and his business without considering if there's anything to gain from it. He also encourages fellow business owners to think of the community first and trust that any sacrifices they have to make is goodwill paid forward that will come back to them in the end.

Please join us in honoring Nicholas and other stand out members of the Campbell community at the Campbell Chamber's 51st Annual Celebrate Campbell Awards Dinner.


The Olive Bar is up for Sale!

Posted on February 5th, 2019 by The Olive Bar

If you know anyone out there who'd like to buy a successful specialty gourmet retail business in a thriving downtown, we have one of those in stock!

Ed and Chrystie have decided that it's time to retire for real and The Olive Bar is up for sale. There's another year left on their lease. They'll continue supplying us with great Extra Virgin Olive Oils, Balsamic Vinegars, and other gourmet items while they seek someone worthy enough to continue what they've started.

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Bunnies and Bonnets Parade Applications Open on February 10th

Posted on February 1st, 2019 by sheldon

Hi everyone, thanks to everyone who have been asking us about joining our Bunnies and Bonnets Parade later this year. It will be our 21st annual running of this (not so small) community parade and we'd love to have your group join us!

This year we will only be taking applications for the parade online. We will start taking applications online starting on Sunday, February 10th and keep the application period open until Sunday, March 10th. We'll inform all applicants of their status for the parade via email on or before March 15th.

Please return to on or after February 10th to apply for this year's parade.


Valentine's Day is just around the corner! Luckily gift shopping is easy at Redemption with options for your lover, bestie or family; and as always all California made.

We've rounded up a few of our favorite gift options and would love to help you find the perfect gift for your loved one!

Dango Wallets are always a favorite, boasting RFID secured compartments, a multi-tool addition, and lightweight and sleek design. Dango wallets are locally manufactured in Santa Clara

Craftsman Soap Co. offers the best in grooming and beard care for your fella, with natural ingredients and subtle scents. Treat your guy with clean body care!

One of the shops best-sellers since we opened, Ginger June scents are non-toxic, organic and they all smell so good. You can't go wrong with a good perfume! Best of all they're under $40 and hand crafted in Santa Cruz!

Last but not least, Hide & Stone Jewelry is perfect for gifting! Choose the gemstone that best represents the recipient and the rest is ready to go, 14k gold fill chains are hypo-allergenic and tarnish resistant and they're packaged on a gold letter-pressed display card!

Candles are BOGO 50% in February

For the entire month of February, we're offering a sweet deal on ANY of our candles. Buy one candle and get the second one at 50% off. Just mention that you saw our "Deal of the Month" to get the discount.

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