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October November 6 2-4 A Day In The Country Crafters Boutique Gilroy Foundation Celebrating its 29th year, this year’s theme “Country Club Charm” . Great auction items are in the works with a delicious menu and wine pairing with the Rosewood CordeValle team. Jayson Stebbins is the guest auctioneer again this year. The Getaway raffl e prize: the beautiful CordeValle partner property Rosewood “Inn of the Anasazi” in Santa Fe, New Mexico – WOW! Info at 6-7 9th annual Duckie Derby paddle boat races! Sponsor a boat and be part of the competition or just come as a spectator and cheer on your favorite team. With a small donation to Leadership Gilroy you are able to enter Gilroy Gardens for the afternoon to enjoy the beauty of the park, family rides, and of course the paddle races which take place from 4-6 pm. Additional information at 13 Fine Wine Tasting Morgan Hill Downtown Association Tour the Historical Landmark & Museum 12-5pm. Learn about California’s First Premium Wine Growing Region, over 150 Years in the Making. Info at morgan- Features some great breweries for the ultimate beer connoisseur! Enjoy your own self-guided tour of Morgan Hill and join in the fun. Info at Morgan Hill Historical Society Halloween Brew Crawl 6 13 At Coe Park, honoring some fuzzy, friendly eight-legged guests. The event will be held at the headquarters campground, which has breathtaking views across the ridges and canyons of the back country. Featuring home-cooked BBQ food, leisurely nature walks with a volunteer naturalist and search for ta- rantulas, a geocaching hike, and live music by a jug band of musical Coe Park volunteers and friends. Or just hang out at the kids’ activities table and create Tarantula Fest keepsakes. More info at Cioppino & Pasta Fest Fall Tarantula Festival Morgan Hill Kiwanis 17th Annual event will be held at the Morgan Hill Buddhist Com- munity Center at 16450 Murphy Avene in Morgan Hill. Social hour begins at 5:30 PM and dinner is from 6-8 pm. Purchase tickets at or call 408 659-0350. 13 South Valley Symphony A Night at the Oscars 12 Soloist Sandra Marlow sings hits from the silver screen at 7:30 pm at Gavilan College Theater. Information available at orchestra@southvalleysym- Senior Resource Fair 17 City of Morgan Hill Senior resources, health screenings, health & wellness demonstrations, and fun for seniors and their families. Held at the Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center from 10am – 1pm. Featured documentary fi lm screening at the Fair is “Sue’s Story” which will be followed by Q & A with heatlhcare leaders from 12:30-12pm in the El Toro Room. Info at thesuesstorypro- 10 Unique and fun craft items just in time for the holidays. 10 am - 5 pm at Villa Mira Monte Historical Museum, 17860 Monterey Street, Morgan Hill. Leadership Gilroy Duckie Derby Gilroy Foundation One Giving Tree An evening of fun and to make the holidays brighter for local kids and their families. The event will take place at the Old City Hall from 5:30-7:30 pm and include light appetizers, holiday spirits, live music, raffl es and a silent auction. Info at onegivingtree. com 20 Gilroy Downtown Association Halloween Beer Crawl Downtown Gilroy will once again host the crawl from 2-6 pm. Costumes, craft beer, great shopping and an over-21 crowd the weekend before Halloween.Info at gilroywel- Gilroy Historical Society Old St. Mary Cemetary Walking Tour Tours are given on the fi rst Saturday of each month from 10 am-12pm. Reservations are recommended but not required. Contact the Gilroy Museum at (408) 846-0446 for more information. Meet in front of St. Joseph Family Center, 7950 Church Street Annual Fall Festival Second annual event com- plete with a Trunk or Treat, Pumpkin Patch and Petting Zoo, all at no charge. The festival will take place from 5:30-7:30 pm. Food trucks will be onsite for food purchase. Costumes are encouraged. Info at GILROY • MORGAN HILL • SAN MARTIN Explore exhibits and shop for unique, handmade gifts by local artisans. Information at gilroy- 14 Morgan Hill Rotary Veterans Day Program Black White & Bling 17 Community Solutions 9 Gilroy Presbyterian Church Gilroy Center for the Arts 3 23 Family Fun Fall Festival 9-11 Luncheon 12-1:30 pm Morgan Hill Community Center — Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Bernie Adkins, Congres- sional Medal of Honor Recipient, will speak of his military experi- ences. Cost: $20. Reservations: Bring the kids and explore the dream — pumpkin painting, children's games, food truck, free children's books, informa- tion booths and more. Admis- sion is free from noon to 3pm at the Ranch Side, Christmas Hill Park, Gilroy. Miller Red Barn Association 9-11:30 am .A panel discussion with U.S. veterans through the lens of the WWII-era to present day. At Mount Madonna School, 491 Summit Road, Mount Madonna. Artisan Holiday Boutique 3 The 7th Annual Gala will be held from 6 - 11 pm at the Granada Theatre in Morgan Hill. This elegant evening event gives donors, volun- teers, and community sup- porters the opportunity to don their best bling to shine a light on the needs of local children, youth, and families affected by abuse, violence, and mental health issues. Tickets go on sale mid-September through their website, community- 20 Mt. Madonna School The Cost of Freedom: MH Historical Society 14 9 Morgan Hill Community Foundation Philanthropy Celebration Local nonprofi ts are invited to honor an outstanding philan- thropist or volunteer. Several individuals will be honored at this year’s event. The event begins at 6pm and is held at the Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center (CCC) . See additional information on their website at morganhill OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2018 Rebekah Children’s Services Festival of Trees Enjoy a magical evening to kick off the holiday season. Guests will experience a live auction of lavishly decorated trees, unique raffl e prizes and a dining experi- ence by executive chef Mark Johnson at the Granada Theater in Morgan Hill. Event begins at 6 pm ȁѥɵѥ(ظɍ̹ͭɜ)ѥمɕ͵ɝ)()MѠYM)!!ЁAɅ(ЁЁ٥ Qѕȸ) ՍѽȁѡEՅՍ)́ѡMѠYM)=ɍɄݥѕȁѡ)䁍̸ͥ%ɵѥ)مЁɍɅ)ͽѡم乍