The topics for Sunnyhills Community Breakfasts have already been set and you are invited to join us on Saturday, December 7 at 8am for coffee or tea, a light breakfast, and a slice of democracy at the San Jose City College Extension on Escuela Parkway.
Our December breakfast is our annual meeting, but everyone is invited – please come share your ideas. We’ll brainstorm topics for upcoming breakfasts, suggest projects and issues for the Association to tackle, and of course elect our 2020 board. If you or someone you know would like to serve on our board please submit a nomination by November 25.
Our monthly breakfast is free and open to all. Donations are gratefully accepted. Please join us!
Join us for coffee, tea, and a light breakfast at 8:00 AM in classroom 3 at the San Jose City College Extension, 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas (just South of Russell Middle School).
A special one-day used book sale! The Friends will be selling Children’s Books, Holiday Books, Coffee Table Books, CDs & DVDs Blank Journals & more!
2:00PM-3:00PM (Inclusive/Special Needs)
Santa Claus is coming to Milpitas Library! Come along and visit with Santa and make some fun crafts (for kids) in the Auditorium from 11 am to 12 pm.
This event is free and open to all. Note: this is a very popular event, tickets will be given out 10 minutes before doors open for a visit with Santa. One photograph per family – thanks!
Join us for a special Family Movie Matinee showing of Elf in the Children’s Activity Room at 2pm. This program is family friendly and free!
On Monday, December 9, The Milpitas Rotary Club will present their lunch program (Noon to 1:15 PM) at Dave & Buster’s featuring our Speakers Milpitas Unified School District Superintendent Cheryl Jordan and School Board President Chris Norwood who will discuss School Safety and Security.
Milpitas HOPE is proud to host a Mental Health 101 training for our community.
Mental Health 101 provides foundational information about mental health and mental illness, the difference between the two, and how mental health challenges may look different in different people or cultures. If interested please register at the Barbara Lee Senior Center Front Desk or call (408) 586 3400.