California has a rich history that spans hundreds of years of human settlements. Many people only spend a brief period of time learning about the Rancho period in California history. What can we learn about the people who lived, worked, thrived on California's hundreds of Ranchos? How is their legacy still with us today?
On Monday, October 4 we welcome Dr. Randolf Klein from NASA Ames research center in Mountain View. He will discuss the fascinating mission and discoveries of the SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) project. For anyone who is curious about NASA missions, astronomy, and the future of space exploration and technology, this Membership Monday program will be fascinating!
The Salem witch hunt (June 1692-May 1693) is a chapter of American History that has endured centuries later. The series of investigations and persecutions led to the death sentences of 19 convicted witches and hundreds of others to be imprisoned in the Massachusetts Bay Colony
In 1848 James W. Marshall discovered gold on the South Fork of the American River. It was one of the most significant discoveries in history. It led to the most significant mass emigration of people in the Western Hemisphere. And, it was the catalyst that launched the rapid and remarkable growth of the West.
John Mascali, Captain, USNR Retired, will share the history of Moffett Field since its beginning in 1930 with the building of the historic Hangar One, which dominates the skyline in the South Bay, and the arrival of one of the largest airships ever built, the USS Macon.
This is an introductory virtual (for now) course for those new to ballet, or for those wishing to refine and strengthen their dancing and understanding of ballet. We will cover basic terminology, postural awareness and ballet technique.
The February Ski Week Break is just around the corner! The Campbell Recreation Camp in a Box brings the magic of classic daily camp themes to the comfort of your home! Each day includes a craft project and coloring pages. Register by 2/10/21.
The Campbell Youth Commission has planned a fun, family friendly Kahoot based on Presidents and the US Founding Fathers! Hop on over to test your knowledge about America! This event will take place on February 15th, 2021 from 3pm to 3:30pm.
Check out these great at home programs for kids between the ages of 5-12 years old from the Campbell Recs department. Programs start in the second half of February for ZenTangle Art, Cartoons & Concept, Pastel Art Techniques, Paint Party, and Checkmate Chess.
Join us for a LIVE, online, and interactive fire safety program geared specifically for young children, ages 3 to 6 years old. This program includes an imaginative and adventurous story time to reinforce important fire safety lessons.
Learn how to identify fall risks and simple and effective home modifications to prevent falls. Learn six steps to prevent falls and what to do right after a fall happens. Get connected with community resources to maintain safety and wellness. (online event)
With all that is going on we have worked hard to bring you a fun and safe online wine tasting and food pairing party this month! Come pick-up your featured wines before the event and join our Wine Club for the event online!
As we continue to practice social distancing, we know parents like you are looking for fun online activities to engage your little ones and support their learning. Registration is now open for our 12 week Winter 2021 classes with MusicalMe!