KMVT transmits coverage of local campaigns

Campaign season has begun, and election coverage for Los Altos and Mountain View candidates will be front and center for KMVT 15, Silicon Valley Community Media.

KMVT 15 recorded the Aug. 27 Mountain View City Council Candidate Forum, co-sponsored by Chamber of Commerce Mountain View and the Los Altos-Mountain View Area League of Women Voters.


LWV sponsors forums on November election

T he Los Altos-Mountain View Area League of Women Voters has scheduled a series of forums on the Nov. 4 election. All events are free, except as noted, and open to the public.

• Lunch with the League: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at Ristorante Bella Vita, 376 First St., Los Altos. The event will focus on propositions 1, 45 and 46 and the water bond. Cost is $27.


Community Briefs

Library explores world of Jane Austen

The Los Altos Library is scheduled to host an illustrated lecture by docent Kathryn Zupsic on “The World of Jane Austen: British Art/Culture in Her World” 7:30 p.m. today in the Program Room of the main library, 13 S. San Antonio Road.

Austen lived during the 18th and 19th centuries, considered the Golden Age of British painting. Portrait artists Joshua Reynolds and Thomas Gainsborough depicted the ladies, gentlemen and officers of Austen’s day. Zupsic will offer a perspective of the author’s world that illuminates her life, novels and the time in which she lived.


Ambitious exhibition shows transition of Valley of Heart's Delight to Silicon Valley

Courtesy of Los Altos History Museum
A map prepared for the exhibit shows the Peninsula and South Bay locations of some of the most influential high-tech companies in the world.

A new exhibition, “Silicon Valley: The Lure & the Legends,” is scheduled Oct. 16 through April at the Los Altos History Museum.

The exhibition will answer the questions: Why here? What was it that led the Valley of Heart’s Delight from orchards to oscillators? And who were the visionaries and risk-takers that made it happen?


Beyond chickens: Third annual Tour de Coop offers fresh eggs, ideas

Town Crier File Photo
If you like bikes and chickens, you’re in luck: The Tour de Coop is awaiting your participation. The event is scheduled Sept. 21.

Though chickens are the big stars of the third annual Silicon Valley Tour de Coop, a series of bicycle tours that take participants to see local chicken coops, this year’s event boasts a strong supporting cast of bees, ducks and worms as well.

“It’s much more about sustainability… than just chickens,” according to event organizer Scott Vanderlip.


Rain harvest seminar slated tonight

A rain harvest seminar for homeowners and design professionals is scheduled 7-9 p.m. today at the Los Altos main library, 13 S. San Antonio Road.

Co-sponsored by GreenTown Los Altos, Acterra and the Santa Clara Valley Water District, the seminar will offer information on capturing rainwater to irrigate gardens, increase groundwater supplies and decrease flooding.


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