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Upcoming Community Events and Causes

Fire Season Is Here
Everyone in California is hoping this year’s fire season is less destructive than last year, when wild fires lit up all over the state, including our Santa Cruz Mountains, where the Loma Prieta Fire destroyed homes and property. To get ready for this year’s fire season, we talked to one of the volunteer firefighters who helped put out the Loma Prieta blaze, Alex Leman. Alex has a few tips for how we can protect our homes this year and you can check out these helpful websites, www.preventwildfireca.org and www.lomaprietafire.org.

Special Olympics Torch Run
Every June, the South Bay’s Law Enforcement community gathers to support disabled young people as they run carrying the Special Olympics Torch to the Special Olympics Games in Davis. Volunteers from all walks of life show up to cheer on these young athletes as the Torch passes through San Jose. Hear from some of the volunteers on their devotion to helping Special Olympics youth.

Festival of Inner Peace
Welcome to an evening of illumination, immersion and transformation at the Festival of Inner Peace on Sunday, July 30th from 3-5pm at the Hammer Theatre Center. It will be a journey to the inner recesses of your own self, to treasures you did not know existed. There will also be a musical journey of meditation featuring live performances by Kinga Malec, Miguel Czachowski, Shakthidhar and more. Get all the details and register at www.festivalofinnerpeace.org.

Get Ready for the Eclipse of the Sun on Monday, August 21st!
The Santa Clara County Library District can help you learn how to see the total eclipse at an upcoming event. You can join them on Saturday, July 8th at the Cupertino Community Hall at 3pm or on Saturday, August 12th at the Milpitas Library at 2pm. Both events are with astronomer, Dr. Andrew Fraknoi who will describe how eclipses work, why they are one of nature’s most spectacular sights, what scientists learn during eclipses, when and where the eclipse of 2017 will be visible, and how to observe it safely. At the conclusion of the program, everyone will receive a pair of certified safe eclipse glasses to take home courtesy of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. Go to www.sccl.org for more.

Support the Bay Area’s Military Veterans and have a blast!
It’s a family day of fun at the Fisher House Fundraiser set for Saturday, August 26 at Veteran’s Memorial Senior Center in Redwood City. There’s live music, BBQ, Cool Classic Cars, a Kids Zone and lots more! Go to www.fisherhouse.org for more info.

JDRF Children’s Congress and One Walk
Every couple of years 150 children with Type 1 Diabetes visit Washington DC to meet with decision makers on the future of creating a world without Type 1 Diabetes taking place July 24th-26th! We recently talked to a couple of local children that get to go Washington DC as part of the congress. They also discussed the upcoming One Walk on Sunday, October 8th at Levi’s Stadium. For more information on the JDRF Children’s Congress visit cc.jdrf.org and to register for One Walk visit www.jdrf.org.

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