Local resident releases Easter-themed children’s book, ‘Elizabeth’s Story’

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Gerda Cristal’s “Elizabeth’s Story” follows a “shy little rabbit” and her quest to make Easter baskets. Cristal also illustrated the book.

With Easter just days away, Los Altos resident Gerda Cristal has published an Easter-themed children’s book titled “Elizabeth’s Story.”

Los Altan launches website addressing need for vaccines

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With the pandemic now entering its second year in the United States and with millions of vaccines to be administered, many people want to roll up their sleeves to help out but probably don’t know where to start.

Arts Los Altos seeks submissions for new public mural downtown

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Artist Martha Sakellariou, right, confers on the installation of a “sneak peek” announcement of her new downtown mural.

A new, large-scale mural, titled “200 Main Street [an inventory of time and place],” will grace downtown Los Altos sometime in the spring. The project, commissioned by the nonprofit Arts Los Altos, is funded by the Rotary Club of Los Altos.

Expert teaches local Rotarians how to discuss issues of race

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Eugene Whitlock, an advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion, visited a virtual meeting of the Rotary Club of Los Altos March 11 to discuss race.

‘Long overdue’ online update promises easier access to activities

The Los Altos Recreation and Community Services Department recently partnered with CivicRec to implement a new parks and recreation management software solution.

LA Library Endowment event features author Bo Caldwell

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Award-winning author Bo Caldwell is set to headline the Los Altos Library Endowment’s 19th annual “Speaking Volumes” program, scheduled 7:30-9 p.m. April 7 via Zoom.


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