Bulletin 6.10.05

Friday 6.10
City Council Retreat
City Council will hold its second yearly retreat Friday starting
8:30am at Willey Cultural Center, 140 Fifth Street.
Friday 6.10

City Council Retreat

City Council will hold its second yearly retreat Friday starting 8:30am at Willey Cultural Center, 140 Fifth Street.

Come See ‘Ramayana!’

“Ramayana!,” Mount Madonna School’s 27th annual production of the Indian classic epic, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm; and Sunday at 2:30pm, at the World Theater, California State University Monterey Bay. Tickets on sale through the CSUMB Box Office only, (831) 582-4580.

Details: www.MountMadonnaSchool.org.

‘Rock For Rescue’ – Help Shelter Animals

Chris Ellis, the Shadow Opera, and the Friends of San Martin Animal Shelter (FOSMAS) present “Rock for Rescue,” a fund-raising event for the San Martin Animal Shelter.

The line-up includes Chris’ Band, The Shadow Opera, Bull Band and Sevenson, winner of the recent Battle of the Bands at Sobrato High School in Morgan Hill.

The show starts at 12:30pm and goes to 5pm in the afternoon on Saturday, at the Morgan Hill Community Center Amphitheater.

Contact Chris at 218-3692, e-mail [email protected] or visit www.shadowopera.com for more details.

Make Your Own Shows

Community Media Access partnership (CMAP) is airing its orientation workshop on Public Access Channel 20 on Fridays and Sundays at 4pm through June. Residents who want to produce their own show, or learn how to operate CMAP video equipment can find out how by watching the twenty minute program.

Additional repeats are listed on www.mycmap.org. Residents who don’t have cable can also contact CMAP to borrow a copy or watch it at CMAP’s facility.

Once members are trained, they can create local programming at no cost.

For details call 846-4983.

Saturday 6.11

Bird Walk Along Coyote

A series of bird walks led by Jane Haley, a national park service docent for 20 years and a WERC volunteer, will continue on Saturday, from 9am to 1pm along Coyote Creek, north of Morgan Hill.

Participants will have the opportunity to observe spring and summer migratory birds, as well as discover an appreciation for our local birds, their habitat and ecological importance. Due to the terrain, the walk is not recommended for young children. The programs are free, but space is limited so reservations are required.

For details call 779-9372 or visit www.werc-ca.org.

Coming Up

Fathers’ Day Golf Fundraiser For Softball

Grade Point Average And Sports will hold a Fathers’ Day Golf Tournament fundraiser on Sunday, June 19, with check-in at noon, at the Gilroy Golf Course, 2695 Hecker Pass Highway.

Cost is $85 for non-members and $65 for members.

Fee includes green fees, golf cart, prizes, food and more. Deadline to register is Monday, June 13.

For details contact Stacey Poso at 515-0163 or visit www.eteamz.com/GPA

Better Breathers’ Club

The American Lung Association of Santa Clara and San Benito counties hosts Better Breather Clubs as a resource and support group for people suffering from lung disease and their family.

At these meetings, guests from various health diciplines speak about ways to breathe easier and more effectively manage their disease.

The Gilroy group meets on the third Thursday of every third month.

For details call the ALA at 998-5864, BBC volunteer Jean at 779-7564 or visit www.lungrus.org.

Send news items to City Editor Robert Airoldi. FAX to 842-2206, mail to Gilroy Dispatch, 6400 Monterey Road, Gilroy, CA 95020 or e-mail edi[email protected]

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