Campbell Community Briefs for the week of October 29 – The Mercury News


Take a StoryWalk

The Santa Clara County Library District made it easier for Campbell Express Library patrons to read while walking. The StoryWalk project at the Campbell Community Center features pages taken straight from a children’s book, assembled and set up along an outdoor trail to read and follow.

The children’s books selected for StoryWalk are “From Head to Toe” by Eric Carle, presented in English and Spanish. and “I Spy on the Treasure Hunt” by Walter Wick. One starts at the main parking lot on Campbell Avenue, the other at the sports fields and both lead to the Campbell Express library.

The StoryWalk project at the Campbell Community Center is a pilot program in collaboration with the Town of Campbell. It can be extended to other areas of the Santa Clara County Library District.

Go Psycho for ‘Hamilton’

To celebrate the premiere of “Hamilton” in South Bay, Psycho Donuts created three limited edition donuts that pay homage to the musical.
The Burrfect is a vegan peanut butter donut with coffee and chocolate frostings and a lattice peanut butter drizzle. Show Me the $ 10 is an apple and cinnamon donut with apple frosting and green sprinkles. A Treasury is Born is a donut filled with raised stars with vanilla frosting, red and blue sprinkles, and an Earl Gray tea custard filling.
Donuts are available for a limited time at Psycho Donuts at 2006 Winchester Blvd., Campbell and Valley Fair, 2855 Stevens Creek Blvd., Santa Clara.
Presented by Broadway San Jose, “Hamilton” performs at San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts, 255 S. Almaden Blvd., until Sunday, October 31. For tickets, visit or call 800-982-ARTS (2787).


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