Things To Do As A Sunnyvale Home Owner This Weekend
What to do as a Sunnyvale real estate owner the weekend of November 16 to November 18Posted on November 15, 2012 by Nikki.
If you are a Sunnyvale home owner, here are just a few things you might be interested in this weekend, November 16 to 18.
1. Violin Concert
If you are a fan of violin music and would like to support a local child, get tickets to the Flint Center in Cupertino for a special concert this Sunday, November 18, at 2:30pm. Local 11-year old prodigy Alex Zhou will perform with the California Youth Symphony. He already won first place in an instrumental division of the symphony’s annual Young Artist competition. He was the youngest winner ever! Tickets are $30 for a family, $15 for an adult, and $10 for students and seniors. However, see if you qualify to win a free ticket here, http://fs12.formsite.com/cysforms/Friends-FamilyMay2012/index.html.
2. Holiday Shopping
If you have that special someone who deserves some jewelry this holiday season, check out the Jewelry Extravaganza. The American Cancer Society's quality resale Discovery Shop sells new and used jewelry. Items include gold, sterling, watches, and costume jewelry at great prices. Proceeds also benefit the American Cancer Society, so it really is a win-win! The sale is at the following times at 1659 Hollenbeck Ave. in Sunnyvale.
Friday, Nov. 16: 10am – 6:30pm
Saturday, Nov. 17: 10am – 6pm
Sunday, Nov. 18: 10:30am – 5pm
3. Silicon Valley Turkey Trot
Are you ready for Thanksgiving festivities next weekend? OK, everyone’s ready to gorge on some good food and enjoy great company, but are you ready to work off some of those delicious calories too? Why not get some exercise and have some fun at the same time! Join the Silicon Valley Turkey Trot in downtown San Jose. There’s room for everyone – whether you’re a serious runner, a costume-clad fun walker, an adult, a child, or anything in between. The 5k and 10k race/walk starts on Thanksgiving morning, sometime between 6:30am and 10:30am depending on your category. The entry fee is $38 for adults, $10 for children, and it helps benefit charities like Second Harvest Food Bank, Housing Trust of Santa Clara County, and Santa Clara County Children’s Health Initiative. You should register in advance because the race is limited to 25,000 competitors. If you don’t feel like running, sign up as a volunteer!