Received this flirty little top this week. Wear it tied around your neck or tie a bow and wear it strapless. New arrivals hit the floor every Wednesday at Bombshell.
The Cali-Muscle Family came out, flexed and showed much love and support for the sport of bodybuilding at the Muscle Evolution Championships on February 18th at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Thanks to all for making it such an epic time at the Cali Muscle Booth. Respect the grind and stay Cali Muscle Strong.
A lot goes on in Downtown Campbell. We have street entertainment twice a month, wine walks, beer walks, art walks, and lots of other odds and ends events that make Downtown Campbell such an engaging little downtown. The membership of the Downtown Campbell Business Association (DCBA) is responsible for much of what happens in Downtown Campbell and if it were not for their countless hours of volunteer work, Downtown Campbell would not be the place that it is today.
Each year, the DCBA picks a member of the year to honor for all of their hard work and contributions to the social climate in Downtown Campbell. This year we're honoring Kelly Crowley, the general manager and driving force behind the popular sports lounge, Khartoum. Running a popular watering hole is already a lot of work so it's no small wonder how she finds the time to do as much as she does for the rest of Downtown. Kelly is a board member of the DCBA, the current treasurer, a past membership chair, coordinator of the Second Saturdays Artwalk, an organizer of our wine walks, and has been involved behind the scenes of many other activities for many years.
We couldn't be happier and prouder to say that Kelly Crowley is our member of the year for 2017. If you see her, show her some love. She's worked her tail off to help make Downtown Campbell the place that it is.
Please join us at the annual Celebrate Campbell Awards Dinner on March 18th to thank Kelly for her work.
(Kelly's third from left in the silly photo if you count Will Ferrell's disembodied head, but if you're not into counting famous comedians, she's second from left in the middle.)
We'll be holding the 19th Annual Bunnies and Bonnets Parade in Downtown Campbell this year on April 15th, 2017. Your group or organization can join in on the fun! Applications are now open for any family friendly themed group or float to be in this year's parade.
To apply, please see our online application form for this year's parade.
Apply Here: Bunnies and Bonnets Parade Application Form
Please note, all entries must be submitted by Friday, March 15th, 2017. Apply early. SPACE IS LIMITED. Your participation in the parade is subject to approval from the Downtown Campbell Business Association board and you will be notified of the status of your application by e-mail.
For profit organizations will be subject to a $50 parade entrance fee that will be due upon acceptance into this year's parade.
The Bunnies and Bonnets Parade is not a city funded event and relies largely on funds donated by people and businesses to continue operating year after year. If you enjoy the Bunnies and Bonnets Parade, please consider making a small donation to help the Downtown Campbell Business Association cover the costs of fees, services, and materials needed to produce the parade.
Our friends at Home Church are participating in a special honor this week. They're hosting a "Prom Night" event that's organized every year by the Tim Tebow Foundation. The event is Night to Shine Silicon Valley and it's a night to give special needs individuals the red carpet VIP treatment for a night. Watch the video below and learn more about this unique and moving event. If you have the means to do so, please support the event and the Home Church's community service efforts by donating a few dollars on the the events' GoFundMe page.