On Saturday, March 3rd, Southern Kitchen marks an impressive 25 years of service. This family-owned restaurant has been providing savory and sweet flavors with a touch of the South on E. Main Street for years – if you don’t know them you should!
Southern Kitchen invites you to celebrate with them, with a ribbon cutting and champagne toast from noon to 1pm (details on the Los Gatos Chamber events page). The restaurant’s web page does not have any information on the event, but it is advertised some on their social media pages. Regular hours should still be in effect, so if you can’t make it Saturday at noon, drop by weekdays from 7am to 2pm and weekends from 7am to 3pm for a scrumptious meal.
Southern Kitchen’s website: http://www.southernkitchenlg.com/
March 31, 2016
The Los Gatos Spring Wine Walk will take place on Saturday, April 30th 2016 from 1:30 to 5:30pm. It is again located in the the down town and Old Town areas of Los Gatos. Enjoy wine tasting, free music, shopping, and the ambiance of our Gem City. Sponsored by the Los Gatos Chamber of Commerce, this popular event is $45 in advance (til tomorrow!) and $50 from April 2nd to the day of the event, so get your tickets today!
For more details and info on how to register, please see the Los Gatos Chamber’s website. Cheers!
From 10:30am to 2:30pm on Friday August 7 2015, stop by the Los Gatos Public Library to pick up your free water saving devices courtesy of the Santa Clara Valley Water District. If that date doesn’t work for you, you can go to the Gilroy Public Library on Thursday, August 6 or the Mitchell Park Libary in Palo Alto on Wednesday Aug 6 during the same hours.
The SCVWD is giving away shower timers, aerators, low flow shower heads, hose nozzles, moisture meters, buckets to collect shower water, and more. It’s free, so stop by and increase your water savings!
Los Gatos Public Library is located at 100 Villa Avenue, Los Gatos, adjacent to the Civic Center and close to Los Gatos High School. Beat the drought, conserve water, and get a helping hand from the water district!
Learn more at http://www.valleywater.org/droughtgear/
October 22, 2012
A fun, free event which will really appeal to kids is happening this Saturday afternoon at the Los Gatos History Museum (Forbes Mill, near Los Gatos High School) – Riveropolis.
The history museum’s website says Help
April 16, 2012
Please stop by a Sereno Group office in Los Gatos, Los Altos or Santa Cruz to take part in a FREE e-waste, e-recycling collection event on Earth Day, Sunday April 22 from 9:30AM- 3:30 PM.
Metech Recycling has an incredible 95% success rate with getting these items securely recycled for manufacture!
Cell phones/Telecom Equipment
Wire/Cable/PC Boards/Scrap Metal
Stereo Equipment, Speakers
Please, No Household Appliances:
Vacuum Cleaners, Toasters, Ovens, Etc.
Also no lights of any kind, no batteries
Where to go to drop off the approved items?
214 Los Gatos-Saratoga Rd.
Los Gatos 408-335-1400
Los Altos/Palo Alto
369 S. San Antonio Rd.
Los Altos 650-947-2900
2407 Porter St. #150
Service Provided by
GreenMouse, Inc. a CA State Approved Col lector , CEW ID# 103153
442 Reynolds Ci rcle, San Jose, CA 95112
"Radiant Light: Memories from the Ming Quong Home in Los Gatos" Exhibit at the History Museum of Los Gatos
March 08, 2012
An exhibit on the Ming Quong Home is on display at the History Museum of Los Gatos through July 15, 2012. “Radiant Light: Memories from the Ming Quong Home in Los Gatos” has been ongoing since mid February and some events have already taken place, but two more are still to come in May (info below).
December 05, 2011
Testarossa Winery is hosting a holiday celebration at its tasting room in Los Gatos this Sunday, December 11th, from 12 noon to 4pm. The event includes music and an expanded pour. Reservations are not required. The wine tasting room is located at 300-A College Avenue, Los Gatos.
October 27, 2011
Kudos to Jonathan Knowles, with help from Jennifer Turner, for organizing an outrageously successful, interesting and first ever TEDx event in Los Gatos. It took place last night at the historic Opera House to a full house (perhaps 250 people?). This was a free event, as is always the case with TED.
Many of the speakers were local and presented live, but in addition there were video clips ranging from fun to serious, but all of them attention-getting.
So what was it all about? That’s what Jim and I were wondering before we headed there. Curiosity, plus an enjoyment of TED videos I’d seen online, made me what to give it a spin. TED’s website says that it provides “Riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world” or in short “ideas worth spreading“. There’s not a central theme or desired outcome other than getting people to think, process some new ideas, and (one would hope) later act on them.
TEDx events are independently organized TED events. The locally presented TEDx get togethers utilize the TED format, some material, but they are more grass-roots oriented with a lot of presentations being from folks nearby.
And that’s exactly what we had last night. There were 4 videos (some from a few years back) and the rest were all local, live presenters.
Topics ranged from lighthearted (a video of a parrot conversing with its trainer) to artistic (music and visual arts) to scientific and sociological. For many of us, it was a first taste of TED that didn’t come to us on our computers. It was nice to have the experience and also to share it with so many people that we know – or at least recognise from around town.
All around, it was a fun and informative evening. I’m looking forward to the next one.
July 20, 2011