We’ve extended the deadline for entries in the Town Crier’s 2021 Spooky Stories contest – writers young and old have until Thursday (Oct. 21) to submit a Halloween-themed story, no more than 400 words.
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A year ago, Patricia Kantor and her husband, Alan, moved to Los Altos to be close to their new granddaughter, Emmanuelle, and their two adult children.
Hills hosts Halloween costume contest
The Los Altos History Museum hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 2 for a new drip irrigation system in the civic center’s heritage orchard.
The Morning Forum of Los Altos launched its fall season Sept. 21, with 300 members logging in via Zoom to author Caroline Cocciardi’s presentation on “Leonardo’s Knots.”
Los Altos teen Sanay Jiandani organized a charity drive over the summer, collecting clothes, shoes and hygiene supplies for people in need.
This is the second in a six-part series on emotionally abusive relationships.
Citing increased, ongoing involvement with the neighboring city of Mountain View, leaders of Los Altos Community Foundation recently announced a name change to Los Altos Mountain View Community Foundation.
Los Altos resident David M. Gaba, M.D., associate dean of immersive and simulation-based learning at the Stanford University School of Medicine, received the 2020 John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety and Quality Award for Individual Achievement.
Hills residents share history of town
The El Camino Healthcare District Board of Directors has approved $7.8 million in funding to support local health initiatives in El Camino Healthcare District cities for fiscal year 2022 through its Community Benefit program.
This is the first in a six-part series on emotionally abusive relationships.
Altos resident Gary Hedden is a passionate environmentalist who certainly ascribes to the “think globally, act locally” philosophy. He’s also, as he put it, “a relentless optimist.”
Los Altos-based WomenSV earned two national awards Sept. 15 from DomesticShelters.org.
NBC Bay Area news anchor Raj Mathai shared his experiences covering the Olympic Games with the Rotary Club of Los Altos via Zoom Sept. 16.
The Los Altos-Mountain View branch of the American Association of University Women has scheduled Jeanine Jones, interstate resources manager and deputy drought manager for the California Department of Water Resources, to speak at its membership-year kickoff meeting 2-3:30 p.m. Sunday via Zoom.
First Friday offers a moving experience
The Rotary Club of Los Altos unveiled a new mural, “Together We Can Grow,” at Veterans Community Plaza Sept. 14, the work of artists Jordan Fong and Oscar Lopez.
Tama Matsuoka Wong, owner of Meadows and More, is scheduled to speak at the Garden Club of Los Altos’ Zoom meeting 1-3 p.m. Tuesday.
The Los Altos History Museum has scheduled an event combining art and green technology noon to 1:30 p.m. Oct. 2 on the museum’s grounds, 51 S. San Antonio Road.
Local residents and musicians Mary Gospe and Corrie Dunn submitted the winning entry in Arts Los Altos’ Instagram Photo Contest with a picture of the duo posing in front of “200 Main St. [an inventory of time & place],” a mural presented by Arts Los Altos at the corner of Main and Third …
Vines & Wines 2021, a wine tasting that celebrates the terroir and talents of Los Altos Hills winemakers, is scheduled 2-5 p.m. Oct. 10 at Los Altos Hills Town Hall, outside under the courtyard oak, 26379 W. Fremont Road.
Muralist shares story in museum program
The nonprofit Sunday Friends is scheduled to commemorate its 25th anniversary with a virtual fundraiser, “Celebrating Our Heroes,” 6:30 p.m. Sept. 23.
After an extended closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the historical Rengstorff House is reopening to the public with limited hours and a celebration of 30 years since its restoration.