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Day on the Bay 2017

Featuring Bike to the Bay, a community bike ride from Guadalupe Park along the Guadalupe River Trail to Alviso. Bring your bike and your bestie to where San Jose meets the Bay! This event offers booths, activities and fun in a fantastic outdoor setting. Be sure to stop by the Watershed Watch booth to learn how you can do simple things to protect your family, pets, creeks, Bay and neighborhood.

8th Annual Kids N’ Fun Festival

Bring the kids and join the fun in this magical multicultural event! Enjoy food, performances and activities for the whole family. Stop by the Watershed Watch booth to say hi and play our beanbag toss game to win a drawstring sport pack, plus explore all the ways you can help protect our creeks and the Bay, every day!
For more information: http://www.kidsfunfestival.org/

Fit and Fun Fair

Be part of the fun! Free family event with over 65 exhibitors with nutrition and health information, including the Watershed Watch!

  • Children’s Activity Zone with fun games and activities
  • Free health screenings: diabetes, cholesterol, blood pressure, body mass index (BMI) and vision
  • Live fitness demonstrations and entertainment
  • Live BMX stunt show presented by Perfection on Wheels
  • Explore a fire rig, squad car and meet K-9 officers from the Department of Public Safety
  • Bring or ride your bike and check out the bike rodeo with free bike inspections
  • Car seat safety inspections by appointment. Call 408-730-7179
  • Safe City Bike Skills Course funded by the California Office of Traffic Safety

Arbor Day and Earth Day Celebration

This free, family friendly event will mark the 30th year the National Arbor Day Foundation presents the City of Santa Clara with a Tree City USA award, and features festivities to promote environmental education for a healthy lifestyle and a healthy planet. Watershed Watch will be there, and so will ZunZun!

  • ZunZun performance – celebrate the environments and cultures of the Americas through music
  • Akoma Arts African drumming and dancing
  • Exhibitor booths with fun activities and information
  • Tree City USA Award Ceremony

Haunt History Park

This scare-free annual event has become a beloved tradition, with trick-or-treating, family-friendly activities, and arts and crafts. Trick-or-treating stations will be set up at the historic homes in History Park. Put on your costumes and come see the Watershed Watch for treats!


Pumpkins in the Park

Join the Watershed Watch at Pumpkins in the Park for a day of environmental education and fun, including entertainment and activities for kids. Pumpkins in the Park annual harvest fair is a great way for families to enjoy Guadalupe River Park (yes, there’s a river right in the middle of downtown San Jose!) and celebrate the fall season. For details visit www.grpg.org.

We’re Looking for Helping Hands to Knock Out Litter in Sunnyvale!

We’re Looking for Helping Hands to Knock Out Litter in Sunnyvale!

Join Sunnyvale PAL Boxing Club members and their families to Knock Out Litter at one the three locations listed.

Check-in locations: San Miguel and Bishop Elementary Schools and Gateway Neighborhood Center.

**Meet back at the Gateway Neighborhood Center (477 N. Mathilda Ave) at 11:30 am for a celebration and Ice Cream Social hosted by the Sunnyvale Elks Lodge.

To register or receive further information, call (408) 730-7717 or e-mail

Don’t let LITTER trash YOUR community!

Help the Environment by Properly Disposing of Mercury and Pharmaceuticals

Thermometer Exchange Info: The first 100 individuals who bring in their mercury thermometers will receive a free, solar digital fever thermometer in exchange (limited to one (1) per household). To avoid breakage and contamination, mercury fever thermometers MUST be contained in an unbreakable, closed container – the original case, a plastic toothbrush holder, or a soda/water bottle with a screw-on cap. As a second measure of protection, the closed container must be placed in a plastic zip-locked bag. Other mercury-containing products will not be accepted at this event.

MedDrop Info: Residents can bring their unneeded prescription and over-the-counter medications, ointments and creams for proper disposal. Pill containers are not accepted, please place all pills in a sealed zip-locked bag, and remove all personal information from ointments, liquids, and creams This program does not collect vitamins, sharps, medical equipment, or personal hygiene items.

For additional information, call (408) 730-7717 or email .