Fremont Main Library Fremont
Fremont residents, 65 years of age or older on June 30, who own and live in a single-family home may apply for Fremont Unified School District’s senior exemption waiver to the Measure K parcel tax.
The exemption waiver application is available to the public at Fremont Main Library at 2400 Stevenson Blvd., Fremont Senior Center at 40086 Paseo Padre Parkway and is posted on Fremont Unified School District’s website at fremont.k12.ca.us/seniorwaiver. Chinese and Spanish translations of the waiver are also available. The application can be filled out online, printed and then submitted with the required supporting documentation.
For more information: call 979-7709 or 659-2542.
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
History Museum of Los Gatos Los Gatos
The History Museum of Los Gatos presents Evolution of Green: Environmental Activism exhibition to the Bay Area residents. The exhibition is currently open until 9/22, every Wednesday to Sunday. The exhibition will use interactive models, historical narrative, environmental sounds capes and other media to interpret this history and explore proposed future steps for environmental activism.
For more information: http://bit.ly/13t0uSn
San Francisco Public Library (Chinese Center) San Francisco
Exhibition Open Hours: Sunday 12pm – 5pm; Monday 10am-6pm; Tuesday to Thursday 9am-8pm; Friday 12pm-6pm; Saturday 10am-6pm
San Francisco Public Library and the Consulate-General of the People’s Rebublic of China in San Francisco will be co-hosted “On the Wings of Culture” photo exhibition during March 16 to June 16 on the third floor of the San Francisco Public Library (Chinese Center) and a opening ceremony will be held at the Chinese Center on March 22, 2011 (Friday) at 2 pm. San Francisco City Librarian Luis Herrera and Deputy Consul General Mr. Song Ruan, Ministry of CUlture Mr. Xiao Xiayong will will be attending the ceremony. If you are a fan of Art, then you won’t want to miss out on this amazing exhibition.
For more information: http://sfpl.org/index.php?pg=1013054401
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Fremont Main Library Fremont
The Herald Family Rebuilding Center will be held a seminar of “Parenting Class Series(Mandarin)” in the following days (Saturday only, 3:30pm-5pm), the content will be covered:
3/23 – Early Childhood Development (0-5 years old)
6/15 – Positive Discipline
9/7 – School Aged Children Development (6-12 years old), physical and mental development.
12/7 – Homework/Chores & Responsibility
*Saturday 3:30 – 5:00pm
All classes are conducted in Mandarin Chinese.
Ms Zhou Hong is currently the director of Herald Family Rebuilding Center, she holds instructor credential in California. She has many years of teaching emotional management and parent-child relationship experience. Ms Zhou and the HFRC team members will be the speakers of the lecture series.
For more information: (510) 745-1421
SOKO GAKUEN Japanese Language School San Francisco
Soko Gakuen is a non-profit organization. It is the most comprehensive Japanese Language School in California since 1915. The enrollment of the school is about 250 adult and 60 children. For information on children’s classes, please visit http://sokogakuen.org/sokobro-chi.html. Solo Gakuen is also a teacher training school that emphasizes quality in teaching. All the teachers are dedicated bilingual professionals who have master’s degrees in second language teaching or language-related fields and many years of teaching experience. Soko Gakuen provides different levels of classes regarding to your Japanese language skills. The cost of one course is $180 per quarter (33 contact hours, i.e., under $6 per hour), and no application fee. Spring session is coming soon! If you’re interested, now it’s the right time to register!
Terms and Duration
Spring 2013 04/06 – 06/19
Summer 2013 07/06 – 09/18
Fall 2013 09/28 – 12/18
Winter 2014 01/11 – 03/26
For more information: http://sokogakuen.org/sokobro-chi.html
University of San Francisco San Francisco
As part of a 2-year UCSF research study called Kidney Awareness Registry and Education (KARE), there is a new, variable-time job position for a bilingual English/Cantonese-speaking research assistant (RA).
This RA will conduct interviews over the phone to patients enrolled in the study:
The RA will call up to 200 study patients with chronic kidney disease 4 different times: 1 month, 4 months, 8 months and 12 months after enrollment. Each phone interview will take up to 30 minutes. The incumbent will enter data as the phone interview takes place.
Hourly Rate : $25
Please note that the hours worked per week will depend on how many calls are needed to make on a specific week.
If interested or if you have any questions about this job, please directly contact:
Alexandra Velasquez, BS
NDNU Theatre Belmont
NewGround Theatre Dance Co. is hosting its inaugural Emerging Dance Artist Awards Concert. We are seeking choreographers and dance groups to participate and enjoy this cost-free opportunity to show their work. All forms of dance are eligible to apply. Pieces submitted for consideration must be no longer than 6 minutes.
All selected pieces will perform on Friday, August 2nd. A panel of judges will select the top 5 pieces to perform on Saturday, August 3rd with two cash prizes of $500 each awarded that night. Some pieces may also be invited to perform the following weekend, along with NewGround Theatre Dance Co. Performances will be held at the NDNU theatre at 1500 Ralston Avenue, Belmont, CA. Tech rehearsals will be scheduled between July 28th and August 1st.
Application Deadline: May 31, 2013
Pieces are to be submitted by DVD or online video. DVDs and completed forms can be sent via email at email@example.com (preferred) or mailed to 10 Forest Road, Woodside, CA 94062.
Fore more information: www.newgrounddance.com
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Fremont Family Resource Center – Millennium Room A120 Fremont
Beginning Wednesday, April 24, International Institute of the Bay Area will be holding an event at the Fremont Family Resources Center. The purpose of this event is to provide consultations and legal advice to the new immigrants who needs help in the community.
The event takes place on every 4th Wednesdays of the month, 1-4pm, April 24, May 22, June 26.
1:00 PM- 1:30 PM: Registration for individual confidential consultations with licensed attorneys and accredited representatives. $30.
1:30 PM-2:00 PM: Free presentation on immigration and citizenship law and policy.
2:00 PM-4:00 PM: Individual confidential consultations with licensed attorney and accredited representatives
For more information: www.iibayarea.org or call 510-451-2846 or 415-538-8100 ext. 206.
A 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the city of Ya’an, China on April 20th. Many lost their loved ones, their houses and even their lives in this devastating event. Now the victims need our help, beyond their immediate needs, it’s also important for us to contribute and assist in the long-term recovery and rebuilding efforts.
It’s time for us to show our support. Here’s how you can help:
In partnership with Tzu Chi, a non-profit community organization, KTSF Cares is now accepting donations for Ya’an earthquake victims. Please mail your donations to: KTSF Cares, 100 Valley Drive, Brisbane, CA 94005, and make your check payable to: Tzu Chi. This fundraising event will run through the end of May, so please act now and donate whatever you can easily afford to the China Ya’an earthquake victims. A little help can make a big difference. All donations are tax deductible and KTSF will match total donations made, up to $2,000.
If you have any questions regarding KTSF Cares, please contact Mina Li, KTSF’s Associate Director of Public Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cantor Museum, Stanford University Palo Alto
How are the boundaries between social classes and identities challenged and transcended? This exhibition explores that question. Eighteenth-century Chinese paintings demonstrate how artists outside palace walls reproduced the subject and styles of imperial court paintings in order to fulfill commissions by patrons of a rising social class. Japanese woodblock prints examine how cross-dressing actors in Kabuki theater became trendsetters for the world off-stage. And through his photographs, Chinese contemporary artist Cang Xin steps into different professions and identities. Forty-four works on display.
For more information: (650) 723-4177, www.museum.stanford.edu