Events

December 2021

  • Dec 1st 10:00am–11:30am

    Child care provided by family, friends, and neighbors (FFN) has long been critical in supporting immigrant and Dual Language Learner (DLL) families who are seeking to find safe, affordable, and culturally and linguistically relevant child-care options for their young children. While FFN caregivers offer important and resource-intensive services to these families, these types of care continue to be left out of policy conversations, professional development efforts, and funding considerations. With FFN care providers and the families that depend on them already significantly underserved by child-care and other systems, efforts to expand and improve child care that fail to take account of their needs may ultimately exacerbate gaps in quality and equity.

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  • Dec 6th 2:00pm–3:00pm

    Protecting Your Personal Information Online

    Free Virtual program sponsored by Senior Planet - This presentation will cover the ins and outs of how to protect your personal information online. We’ll cover tips for staying safe in cyberspace, like safe browsing, how to recognize online scams, and when it’s OK — or not — to share your personal information online.

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  • Dec 6th 3:00pm–4:00pm

    Teléfonos inteligentes

    Organizado por Senior Planet Montgomery - Si le da curiosidad saber cómo funciona un teléfono inteligente y por qué son tan populares, ven a esta lección. Aprenderá sobre los teléfonos inteligentes más populares en el mercado, y algunas de sus ventajas y desventajas. También vamos comparar y contrastar el Android con el iOS de Apple, los dos sistemas de operación más populares.

    Únete a la reunión al hacer click en el siguiente enlace: https://seniorplanet.zoom.us/j/170203513   Meeting ID: 170 203 513
    OR
    Llamar por teléfono: 1-646-558-8656 or 1-312-626-6799   Meeting ID: 170 203 513

    Need help joining by Zoom? English instructions / Spanish instructions

    Folleto del Curso

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  • Dec 9th 1:30pm–3:00pm

    State Advisory Council on Refugee Assistance and Services (SAC) Quarterly Meeting

    Participants must register to receive the Zoom meeting details. The meeting is limited to 100 participants.  Please view the meeting agenda and draft meeting minutes from the September 9, 2021, SAC Quarterly Meeting.  Please forward this information to those who are interested. If you have questions regarding this event, please contact Lauren Kocher, RPB, at Lauren.Kocher@dss.ca.gov or 916-767-7125.

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  • Dec 10th 10:15am–12:15pm

    The Chinese Book Club of Saratoga Library meets on the second Friday every other month. The meetings for 2021 will be on February 12, April 9, June 11, August 13, October 8 and December 10, unless notified otherwise. For the lates information on dates and times, please check this online calendary. Currently, we are meeting online and the discussion is primarily in Mandarin.
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  • Dec 10th 5:30pm–8:00pm

    A free community-centered holiday celebration honoring our shared traditions and celebrating the spiritual uplifting of the season. Sponsored by the School of Arts and Culture

    Mexican Heritage Plaza
    1700 Alum Rock Avenue
    San Jose, CA 95116

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  • Dec 12th 5:00pm–7:00pm

    2021 ADL IN CONCERT AGAINST HATE

    Last year, more than 10,000 households tuned into for our 26th annual, but first-ever national and virtual ADL In Concert Against Hate. This year, we will again gather virtually and invite you to join us in lifting up inspiring stories of courage and compassion to empower us all. Virtual tickets are free, but registration is requested to ensure you receive viewing information for the Concert.
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  • Dec 16th 8:00am–10:00am

    Get Connected: Remote Resource Fair for Seniors

    This Thursday, December 16 at 11:00 am ET, you’re invited to join a remote resource fair for seniors to learn about getting connected to the Internet. Hosted by Aging Connected, an initiative of OATS from AARP, with support from Comcast Internet Essentials, this ‘talk show’ format brings together experts for an interactive discussion with participants on:
    • Low-cost internet offerings
    • Government benefit programs to get seniors online
    • Free technology training and resources.
    Seniors who want to learn more about getting connected can join the event by phone or video and be eligible to win one of 15 free Chromebook laptops!  

    Visit Aging Connected to learn more.  Join the remote resource fair:   Online   By phone: 833-380-0411
    Attendance to the remote resource fair is completely free of charge and there is no registration necessary.

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  • Dec 18th 12:00pm–2:00pm

    TEEN PARENT RESOURCE FAIR

    An in-person event for pregnant teens and teen parents
    HEALTH INFORMATION • Nutrition and breastfeeding • Keeping your baby healthy
    FREE BABY SUPPLIES • Diapers • Baby Wipes • And More!
    FREE FOOD     FREE SWAG


  • Dec 21st 12:00pm–1:30pm

    Homeless Persons' Interfaith Memorial Service

    Join leaders from San Jose’s diverse religious traditions in prayers, reflections, and reading the names of those who died.  Honor the lives of our sisters and brothers who died without homes in our community, and bring awareness to the ongoing tragedy of homelessness.
    (There will be a distribution of food and survival supplies to homeless encampments on Sunday, December 19).

    70 W Hedding St,
    San Jose, CA 95110-1705, 


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1/29/20 Vietnamese Children's Choir
12-5-16 Vets for Standing Rock - SJ City Council
12-5-16 Vets for Standing Rock - SJ City Council
Cambodian Dance Troup
Cambodian Dance Troup
Punjabi Dancers
Punjabi Dancers
Dave Cortese & Samina
Dave Cortese & Samina
Sudanese Ladies
Sudanese Ladies
Vietnamese Karate Kids
Vietnamese Karate Kids
Muslim Father-Daughter
Muslim Father-Daughter
Aztec Dancers
Aztec Dancers