Thanks to Sally Howe, owner of The Campbell Express, for organizing this amazing family event and all the great volunteers who helped out that day, particularly the big contingent from The Home Church.
The annual Bunnies and Bonnets Parade in Downtown Campbell is a family and community affair held on the day before Easter following the City of Campbell's annual Easter Egg Hunt. In past years, the parade has featured marching bands, baton dancers, classic cars, bagpipers, floats, dog clubs, and other assorted things of interest that make up the Campbell area community.
The parade is now approaching its 15th anniversary and we're seeking participants to help us make this year's parade the best one yet. If your group, club, or organization would like to march/participate in this year's parade on Saturday, March 30, 2013 at 12pm, please download the 2013 Parade Application Form and return it by Wednesday, March 13, 2013.
Participation is free for the general community and $50 for commercial floats. The parade will not be judged and no prizes will be awarded. This is all just for fun!
Recycle Bookstore West would like to thank the Campbell Police Department for their outstanding work on Wednesday, February 13. A drunken man became violent and broke our window that night. Not only did the police apprehend the man, they made sure Bob the bookstore cat didn't cut his feet on the broken glass! We appreciate their great community service with a heart.
Kaleido Lamps Valentine's Promotion! Receive 20% off our beautiful lights. Get a heart shape light for your loved one. Let our lights represent your words to show him/her how important he/she is to you and your life. We would love to brighten your sweet day! Come and see us at 197 E Campbell Avenue in historic Downtown Campbell.
Christmas is coming, and the good merchants of Downtown Campbell are bringing holiday cheer to the community every Friday (6pm-9pm) and Saturday (12pm-3pm), December 7 - 22. Join us for great shopping, special sales, and holiday entertainment!
Why get stuck at the mall? Bring your family to Downtown Campbell, support local merchants by doing some holiday shopping, savor a delicious meal, and enjoy the relaxed, charming, small-town atmosphere.
Kicking off the holiday season in Downtown Campbell will be the traditional Carol of Lights, a celebration for kids of all ages. The event is scheduled for Saturday, December 1, 4pm-8pm, with bounce houses, a petting zoo, pony rides, musical entertainment, dance performances, Santa Claus, and SNOW!
This festive and popular display of holiday spirit is made possible entirely through volunteer labor and private donations. Funds are needed to help us provide all the great activities at the event! Please consider making a contribution through our website or by check. No amount is too small. For more information, please click here.
The Campbell Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking volunteers for the 18th Annual Oktoberfest, taking place October 13 and 14. Being a volunteer at this event is lots of fun! From meeting new people to listening to all the live music, you won't want to miss being a part of such a great event.
Shifts are available:
To volunteer, please download and fill out the Oktoberfest Volunteer Form and return it to the office of the Campbell Chamber of Commerce.
The City of Campbell would like the community to be aware of a temporary road closure of a portion of East Campbell Avenue in Downtown Campbell, from Central Avenue to the light rail tracks.
In order to minimize impact on businesses and commuters, the majority of the work will be performed at night. The closure will take place on Wednesday night, August 29, 2012 lasting until early Thursday morning, August 30. The road will also be closed on Tuesday, September 4, 7am-11am.
This work is being done to create a new utility connection for electrical service to 400 E. Campbell Avenue (the former Gaslighter Theater). The utility connection will require trenching on E. Campbell Avenue from an existing transformer in the westbound travel lane on E. Campbell Avenue to the project site. The closure is due to the narrow roadway and proximity to the light rail tracks.
Other work will taking place during the daytime hours, August 29 - September 7, 2012, will have traffic control in place as needed. This will allow through traffic, but the community is advised to expect traffic delays.
For more information, please contact Ed Arango, Civil Engineer, City of Campbell, 308-866-2166.
Update: We had to drop Singin' in the Rain from the runoff because the copyright owners are currently not allowing any showings of it
After four weeks of collecting nominations for the Sundown Cinema Audience Choice movie for 2012, we're down to four finalists in contention to win the honors to be the movie for our season end finale! With one exception, there's a definite musical theme to our finalists this year.
Voting closes at 4pm on Friday, August 24th. The winner will be announced at our showing of The Candidate later that night. You may vote for as many movies as you like. Let the voting begin and may the best movie win!...Read More
The Downtown Campbell Business Association (DCBA) wants to hear what you think about the new layout for the Sunday Farmers' Market. In the DCBA's negotiations with Urban Village Farmers' Market Association and the City of Campbell, the decision was made by all parties to change how farmers' booths are arranged along East Campbell Avenue beginning July 15, 2012.
If you have attended the market since July 15, please let us know what you think! Send an e-mail to [email protected] answering the following questions and adding any comments you'd like to make. Your feedback will be taken into consideration as the groups decide whether or not to continue with the new layout.
1) I shop the Downtown Campbell Farmers' Marketâ¦
a. every Sunday
b. 2-3 times per month
c. once a month or less
2) My thoughts about the new Farmers' Market layout areâ¦
a. I like the new market layout and will return to shop
b. I prefer the shopping experience of the original market layout
c. I don't have a preference