Need an idea of what get Mom for Mothers Day? This box was a request for tropical flavors mixed with caramel and vanilla (yeah that thought didn't take long to reach your saliva glands did it?). Message us here on FB and we can set up a box build for you. You can also add a cool "tin sign" to let the world know what kinda Mom you have and love! W2 (Wonder Woman), W3 (Wicked Witch of the West), We can do it!, on and on. Got you covered on the XX chromosome Parental Unit at Rocket Fizz Campbell!
Do you need a last minute Mother’s Day surprise? You can’t do brunch, but you can get a heart shaped pizza from Blue Line Pizza! Through Mother’s Day, you can order their special thin crust heart shaped pizza in a variety of combinations.
For other last minute Mother’s Day gift ideas, please check out our Mother's Day Gift Guide.
Remember to submit your proofs of purchase to [email protected] to enter our monthly prize drawings.
Hey teens, with so much going on in your life right now with school work, the SATs, and sheltering in place, it's hard to think you'll be an adult soon!
Life coach Jill Henderson is here to share some tools, techniques and coping skills for self-care, self-management, self-sufficiency, and self-reliance.
Give the best full body workout in the South Bay a try while you're sheltering in place! The Bar Method in Campbell has daily live stream classes led by one of our certified barre instructors for only $45.
Want to get in on the fun? Sign up online and purchase the 2 Weeks Unlimited class package. We can’t wait to ‘see’ you!
Get Results with The Bar Method
The Bar Method’s signature technique is the fastest and most efficient way to reshape the entire body. Precise isometric exercises keep students working “in the muscle,” followed by active and passive stretching to lengthen and elongate the area just worked. The result is a graceful, strong dancer-like body, including sculpted arms, flat abs, a lifted seat and elongated thighs, as well as improved posture and body alignment. Students see remarkable results within just a few weeks.
Why it's Different
The Bar Method technique stands apart because it is safe, smart and personal. It was created under the guidance of physical therapists to ensure it is safe and effective for students spanning a wide range of abilities including those with physical limitations and injuries. It’s a workout that is safe and sustainable for life!
We are now open for takeout & delivery everyday 5PM - 9PM at our Downtown Campbell location. Mac n Cheese, Wings, LVL UP cocktails, Naughty Pops, bottles of LVL UP hot sauce and more to go!
✔️ DoorDash under Next LvL Mac n Wings
✔️ Grubhub under Next LvL Mac n Cheese
✔️ Or just stop by & order 400 E Campbell Ave between 5PM - 9PM 408-429-8472
Wine not Wednesday! We are featuring this delicious 2018 Mew Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. It offers a mouthwatering blend of aromas - passionfruit, guava, elderflower, black currant and citrus. It would pair wonderfully with our Lemon Pesto and Green Pea Pasta Spaghetti noodles mixed with a Lemon Walnut Arugula Pesto Sauce and served with Crispy Prosciutto bits and fresh Green Peas. Add Chicken or Shrimp ? ?
Need a custom Mother’s Day basket?
Carol at Tessora’s is taking orders to create the perfect size basket for you for your Mother’s Day gifts this year! Baskets include wine, olive oils from The Olive Bar, and treats from Le Chef Sucre by Jenni. Tell Carol what the mom in your life enjoys and she'll put together a basket just for your special mama!
Spring clean your skin care routine with some new products! Check out our Shelter at Home Facial 4-Packs. There’s one for every skin type, and each includes a cleanser, exfoliator, mask, and a moisturizer. Order online and bring the spa experience home.
Want to pick up instead? Contact us directly to arrange!
Limited production and processed the orthodox way:
My pre QingMing teas have arrived! Plucked before the spring rains, the young leaves are typically fragrant and sweet. The attached photos show Zhu Ye Qing (Bamboo Leaf) so named because the tea plants are grown in an area that is abundant in bamboo; and Cui Luo (Jade Snail), which is grown at an altitude of 4000' in clay rich in iron.
There is a very exciting "new" Indian restaurant in Downtown Campbell and they had the horrible luck of opening shortly before we all retreated into our Covid-19 caves. If you're looking to stave off boredom as the shelter-in-place continues, give Desi a try and place an order for pick-up.
If you do, remember to email a proof of purchase to [email protected] to get entries into our monthly drawing for prizes.
Bored with staying at home? Finished all of Netflicks and played all your old games?
Why not let Rocket Fizz Campbell introduce you to some new Games! This box has it all, 4 sodas, 2 bags of gummies, 4 Theater boxes of candy, and a box of Red Vines for munching. Plus you can get your choice of a brand new Mini Game from Iello!
Check out the selection in pic 2! Great snacks, a cool game and loads of entertainment for the next week! All for just $55.
Mother's Day is coming up on Sunday, May 10th. Sorry, we can't help you book a brunch for the mums in your life, but we do have some rather unique gifts that you can pick up or have delivered to show that you care while we're all sheltering in place. If you need a last minute gift to remind a mom that she's got the goods, here are some picks from some of your favorite shops in Downtown Campbell.
San Jose Spotlight recently featured Darling & Fischer Memorial Chapel in Downtown Campbell in a story about how the Covid-19 pandemic has changed funerals and our grieving process. It's worth a read. It's a sobering account of the difficulty of the times we're facing.
Nicholas J Welzenbach, the director of Darling-Fischer is featured briefly in the story. He recently did a podcast on why so many of us feel so funked out even if we're doing pretty well personally despite everything that's going on around us. It's because we're going through grief.
If you'd like to understand our collective societal funk better, Nicholas recently recorded a podcast you may be interested in. It's part of his Guiding Grief podcasts and it's about grief in the time of Covid-19.
Hello Booklovers and Friends of Recycle Bookstore!! We need books!
I have reached out to everyone for help and you have responded wonderfully with donating money to our GoFundMe page and ordering books for curbside. Your response has been humbling and has brought me to tears a couple of times. But we need people to do one more thing for us. Our life's blood is people bringing books to us and that is not happening for obvious reasons and we need to be stocked up and ready to go when things open back up. We will need a fast start to make up for our losses and we can't do that if we don't have good books!
So we are asking you to help us by DONATING QUALITY USED BOOKS (please don't dump moldy books and old textbooks at our doorstep!). We can also offer trade... if you give us your address we can send a trade card to you. We are open for donations/trade from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Saturday at the SAN JOSE location only!! Just drop them off near the front door and knock on the door if you have questions.
We are also always looking to buy whole book collections , from people who are moving or from people who have recently passed.
Here is what we would love to Have:
1. STANDARD CLASSICS (Steinbeck, Orwell, Pynchon, Dostoyevsky, etc...).
2. CHILDREN'S BOOKS (Mostly current and semi-current popular titles and classics in good shape)
3. SCI-FI AND FANTASY (Current and classic series are welcome)
4. CURRRENT POPULAR FICITION (Whatever is somewhat current and popular, whether current literary fiction or current mysteries)
5. ANYTHING MORE RECENT: like self-help, business, science books, nature books, etc...
5. BOOKS THAT ARE WEIRD AND QUIRKY:
6. New Releases, Current Bestsellers and Book Club Picks
If you are not sure about your books, please give us a call at 408-286-6275 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. Share the news with your friends!
Drop off and questions answered at the San Jose store only, 1066 The Alameda M-Sat 10-2. 408-286-6275
We've had many entries into the monthly prize drawing for the Downtown Campbell Survival Project. Thank you to all who entered, and if you haven't entered yet, you still have two weeks to get with the program for a chance to win one of six $50 gift cards of your choice selected from the Downtown Campbell Gift Card Directory.
If you've already entered, you can enter again and again by making a purchase from any business that's in our business directory or by sharing and liking any Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram post made by the official Downtown Campbell account that's been tagged with #VivaDTC.
Each week you have more ways to enter the drawing because each week another one of our retailers comes online with more online shopping options to let you get your usual items while supporting your favorite merchants. We also have an expanding Shelter-In-Place dining guide of restaurants offering curbside pick-up or delivery in the Downtown Campbell area.
The first prize drawing will be held next week on May 10th! Thank you all for continuing to support us as you can. We know many of you are hurting just as bad as our shopkeepers are and we hope that some of the gift cards will go to people who could really use them.
Dear Academy Dancers and Friends,
We want to take a moment to reach out and let you know how much we miss seeing everyone at the studios. We are enjoying our online classes and are grateful we can still teach and connect with our dancers during this time.
We have adult classes running online that would be fun for anyone to try. There is no better time to try something new, or something you haven't done in a long time. Mondays 7:45-9pm and Wednesdays 2:30-3:30pm, send us an email and we'll get you signed up.
One unfortunate outcome of the SIP is the postponement of our Spring performance of Cinderella. The dancers and I were so excited to bring you this wonderful ballet. We are hopeful we will be able to present it later in the Fall 2020 Semester. We will send out updates as soon as we can!
The current Spring Semester is scheduled through June 13. We hope to offer classes in the two weeks after Spring and leading up to our Summer Semester. The studio is typically closed for those two weeks, but we want to be able to offer classes during this time, in whatever format possible.
We are unsure if we will be able to hold the Summer Intensive as we have in the past, but we will offer what we can in any format we are able. If you are interested in any upcoming classes please let us know so we can be sure get you information on scheduling, tuition and other details as soon as we have those details. You can also find us on our social channels to stay up to date.
Interim Classes: TBA June 15-26
Summer Dates: June 29-July 31
Fall Semester Starts: August 17
In the meantime we would love to hear from you and let us know how you are doing, what you are enjoying about our online classes, and how you keep dancing during this time. Stay well everyone.
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The Art Beat now has an online store to help you stay at home and keep the peace with DIY art projects. You'll find dozens of DIY projects to help you or your little ones to stay stimulated while sheltering.
The online store features a lot of fun ceramic bisques that you can choose from as the starting point of your project. Pick the ones you want to paint and then pick the type and color of the paints you want to use. You'll have a variety of acrylic or glaze paints to choose from.
Your order will be ready for you for curbside pickup or you can have it delivered for a flat fee of $10. After the household creative muscles have been flexed, just bring the glaze painted ones back to the studio to be fired. If you're working with acrylic paints, you can go ahead and enjoy your creations. Those don't need to come back for finishing.
They also have other fun DIY art projects that you can get in their online store. New things are still being added so if there's something you want that seems to be missing, just call 408-370-5002 or email [email protected].