Give your little one the gift of confidence at PRO Martial Arts this holiday season! Our Holiday Package includes your 4th month free and a free uniform at sign-up. Plus, after your 90 day membership, you'll receive a pizza party for your child and 15 friends, a great idea for birthday parties, mommy-and-me days and play dates. A $500 value for $169!
The annual Carol of Lights festival will be held on Saturday December 6, 2pm-5pm. This non-commercial, family oriented, and free event brings people in the Campbell community together for a day of holiday fun with a real snow zone, bounce houses, a petting zoo, pony rides, and arts and crafts.
The Carol of Lights is entirely volunteer-based and relies heavily on monetary donations from individuals and businesses. There are now two levels of sponsorship available to businesses:
$1,000 Sponsorship: Full banner with business logo and information in a populated area during the festival. Recognition on website, social media sites, and all marketing materials.
$500 Sponsorship: Business logo on banner with all sponsors at this donation level. Recognition on website, social media sites, and some marketing materials.
The “Carol of Lights” is a 501(c)(3) corporation and any donation made is fully tax-deductible. For more information, please contact The Carol of Lights Event Committee, 334 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell, or phone 408-374-9700.
The beautiful, historic Ainsley House will be transformed this season into a warm, inviting home for the holidays. The entire house will be decorated by local interior designers and volunteers and feature a special holiday gift boutique. Docent-led tours of Ainsley House will be offered Thursday-Sunday, 12pm-4pm, November 20-30 and December 3-18. Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors, and $4.50 for youth ages 7-17; free admission for small children and museum members.
If you missed the Campbell City Council Candidates' Forum on September 8, 2014, you can now view a video of the forum online from the comfort of your home! Please click here to view the video on the City of Campbell's video website.
It's important that we learn about each of the six candidates so we can make an informed decision, and that all Campbell residents vote on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, when three of those six candidates will be elected to four-year terms on Campbell City Council.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the popular "Holidays at the Ainsley House." Each year, businesses and organizations decorate rooms in Campbell's 1925 Ainsley House around a particular theme.
This year, you are invited to help us celebrate the holidays by decorating an Ainsley House room in a theme inspired by the 1920s and 30s. Hurry, only three rooms remain available: the guest bedroom and dressing room, Mrs. Ainsley's dressing room and bathroom, and the half-bath in the foyer.
There is no cost to participate. The museum provides a pre-lit tree for each room (minus the half-bath), and in-room signage to recognize each business/organization who decorated. Each business/organization also gets a half-page ad in the holiday program and exposure through the Museum's media outreach.
Please contact Anna Rosenbluth at email@example.com for decorating guidelines and more information.
Frost Cupcake Factory's Flavor Calendar for Fall 2014 is now available on our website, and do we have some special treats for you! One of our fall flavors is...
Sweet Samoa: Chocolate cake filled with caramel and topped with caramel buttercream frosting, toasted coconut, and a drizzle of chocolate ganache.
For more information, please visit our website or phone us at 408-866-YUMM.
We've extended the deadline to October 28!! The Downtown Campbell Business Association and Campbell Rotary are asking for donations of new or gently used children's books (infant to 12 years) for the "Books for Treats" Program. Books donated September 15 - October 28 will be handed out free of charge to trick-or-treaters during Downtown Campbell's Creepy Crawly Halloween Event this fall. Eight shops are collecting books.
Campbell Historical Museum & Ainsley House is pleased to announce that photographer Charlie Gibson is the winner of the Spirit of Campbell contest, gaining the visitor vote for the photograph that best represents the Spirit of Campbell in our current exhibit of historical Campbell photographs at Ainsley House.
We invite you to come and see Charlie's photo alongside a select collection of historical photographs of Campbell now through mid-October. Tours of Ainsley House and the exhibit are offered Thursday-Sunday, 12pm-4pm. The last tour of the day departs from the Carriage House at 3:15pm.
This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the Ainsley House's annual winter holiday celebrations. For the past twenty years, organizations and businesses have partnered with museum staff and volunteers to decorate the historic Ainsley House. We invite you to help us celebrate the holidays and our anniversary by decorating an Ainsley House room in a theme inspired by the 1920s and 30s.
Visit www.CityofCampbell.com/Museum for decorating information and guidelines, decorator registration form, and some ideas from the 1920s and 1930s to serve as inspiration.
The Downtown Campbell Business Association is partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank for a Campbell Cares Food Drive! July 12-31, 2014, the following businesses will have canned food donation barrels in-store and will be offering a special discount or promotion with the donation of two or more canned food items.
Participating businesses: Bombshell Boutique, Frost Cupcake Factory, Palazzi Slaon, Simply Smashing Boutique, Tessora's Barra di Vino, The Olive Bar, The Socialight, Tiny Tots Baby Boutique, and Urban Girl.