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Silicon Valley HIREvent Job Fair

Wednesday April, 23rd | Doubletree Hotel, San Jose
Silicon Valley’s HIREvent is Wednesday, April 23rd from Noon to 4 p.m. This free event gives job seekers the chance to meet face to face with South Bay employers eager to hire.  Silicon Valley’s HIREvent will be held at the Doubletree Hotel, in San Jose at 2050 Gateway Place. Visit JobJournal.com or call 1-888-THE-JOBS (1-888-843-5627) for more information.

24th Annual Pacific Coast Dream Machines

Sunday, April 27th | Half Moon Bay Airport, Half Moon Bay

Get ready for an awe-inspiring world of wonder at The Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, Sunday, April 27th at the Half Moon Bay Airport. See the world's coolest cars, tricked out trucks, custom motorcycles and magnificent military aircraft. Plus, there will be helicopter and plane rides, live music, an swesome zip-line and tons of fun for kids.

Be sure to stop by the KFOX tent for a chance to win prizes!

It's a 1-day mega show from 10am-4pm!

For tickets and info, visit Miramarevents.com

TUDOR United SportsCar Championship

Friday, May 2nd-  Sunday, May 4th | Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey

The Continental Tire Monterey Grand Prix, powered by Mazda, highlights race cars that compete in the world famous 24 Hours of Le Mans. Cars/manufacturers that compete in this event include Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mazda, BMW, Porsche, and Audi. There are two feature races on Sunday, May 4th, beginning at 10:15 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. Tickets include entrance into the paddock, autograph sessions, pre-race grid walk, and grandstand seating.

Advance tickets start at just $35 and children 12 and under are free!

For tickets and information call 1-800-327-7322 or visit MazdaRaceway.com or Ticketmaster.com.

Stop by your local participating Papa Murphy’s today and get a coupon for up to $5 off the Continental Tire Monterey Grand Prix and enter for your chance to win a Mazda 3. While supplies last. No purchase necessary. Papa Murphy’s...Love at 425 degrees.

Silicon Valley Gives

Tuesday, May 6th | SVGives.org

On May 6, the Silicon Valley Community Foundation will host Silicon Valley Gives, the first-ever day of giving to benefit every nonprofit organization in our region. It’s an event aimed at inspiring and uniting our local community to support philanthropic causes. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of community foundations, SVCF along with lead sponsor, Microsoft, will raise awareness and support for local nonprofits in Santa Clara, San Mateo and San Benito counties. Support our communities by donating at SVGives.org on May 6th! 

Dark Universe at Cal Academy of Sciences

California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

Explore two of today’s greatest cosmic mysteries—dark matter and dark energy—in a vast, data-fueled starscape of beauty and wonder. Hurtle through deep space and be there for the birth of our own galaxy while exploring never-before-seen visualizations of the invisible matter and forces at work in our Universe.

What you can’t see will amaze you! Take an exhilarating voyage through the known and unknown with Dark Universe, a new planetarium show now playing at the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park. 

To learn more and purchase tickets visit calacademy.org.

Silicon Valley Tour de Cure 2014

Sunday, June 8th | Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto

Every mile brings us closer, every mile you ride in the Silicon Valley. Helps us Stop Diabetes. Join the Silicon Valley Tour de Cure. Register to ride or sponsor a rider. Call 1-888-DIABETES ext 7468 or visit us online at Diabetes.org/SiliconValleyTourdeCure. That's Sunday, June 8th!

Chris Jackson and Big Rick will be ridding,how many miles will you ride?

San Mateo County Fair

Saturday, June 7th - Sunday, June 15th | San Mateo County Fair Grounds, San Mateo

The San Mateo County Fair had a humble beginning. Originally called the ‘Little Flower Show’ in 1926, this community event was held in various schools around San Mateo County by the Burlingame Garden and Flower Club. Finally, in 1935, during a Fair revitalization period, the show was brought to its new home by the Bay Meadows Racetrack where it currently resides. While the name of the show has been changed from ‘Little Flower Show’ to ‘San Mateo County Products & Floral Fiesta’ to ‘San Mateo County Fair’, the land itself underwent renovation as well and now has 8 buildings used almost every weekend of the year by the San Mateo County Event Center. The Fair is happy to announce that this will be its 80th year at this location.

Don't miss this time honored Peninsula tradition when the fair returns to the San Mateo County Fair grounds June 7th - 15th. Get your tickets today, here!

Camp Sweet Dreams

You’ll always remember your first best friend, your first moments of independence, and your first taste of s’mores cooked over an open fire. It was all at camp and you can’t wait for your kids to experience it. But going to camp sometimes isn't an option for the kids who could possibly use it most: California’s nearly 60,000 foster kids. Doesn’t every child deserve to go to camp? With your help, they can. KFOX and Sleep Train present: Camp Sweet Dreams. Grant a foster child’s dream for as little as ten dollars.

Donate today at campsweetdreams.com/SanFrancisco.

Skulls - A summer exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences

Friday, May 16th – Sunday, November 30th | California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco

Every skull tells a story. As unique as a thumbprint, skulls act as roadmaps in the scientific quest to understand how vertebrate animals live, die, and ultimately, evolve. In this new exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences, explore the science of skulls—from teeth and jaws that allow animals to hunt and consume food, to eye sockets that support advanced vision to escape predators. Walk along a wallscape of sea lion skulls, watch a live colony of dermestid beetles demonstrate just why they’re known as “bone cleaners,” and discover how scientists use the Academy’s collection of skulls to uncover evolutionary clues about our natural world.

For tickets and info, visit calacademy.org!