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Community Briefs

History Museum hosts display on Eichlers

The Los Altos History Museum explores the legacy of Joseph L. Eichler’s architectural vision in its latest exhibition, “Eichler Homes: Modernism for the Masses,” scheduled to run through Oct. 8.

The show includes photos, Mid-Century Modern iconic furniture, memorabilia and the history of Eichler’s impact on the Bay Area between 1949 and 1974. Grandson Steven Eichler served as curator of the exhibition.

At the Library

The following free events are scheduled at the Los Altos main library, 13 S. San Antonio Road. For more information, call 948-7683 or visit sccl.org/losaltos.

• 7 p.m. Tuesday: A book discussion will center on Nina George’s “The Little Paris Bookshop.”

Los Altos Community Foundation gives more than $60K to nonprofits

Los Altos Community Foundation recently awarded more than $60,000 through its Community Grants program to 14 local nonprofit organizations that help seniors, youth, vulnerable populations, the environment and the arts.

The grants support activities such as the Center for Age-Friendly Excellence’s pilot program with the Highway Faith Community to reduce isolation and loneliness among local seniors, Adolescent Counseling Service’s Outlet Program serving LGBTQ+ youth with support services and counseling, and Village Harvest’s efforts to reduce hunger with fresh fruit from the surplus in local residents’ gardens.

Save the Date

June 9

State of the Cities luncheon, sponsored by the Los Altos Chamber of Commerce, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Fremont Hills Country Club in Los Altos Hills. Speakers include Los Altos Mayor Mary Prochnow and Los Altos Hills Mayor Gary Waldeck. Town Crier publishers Paul and Liz Nyberg will receive the Walter and Marie Singer Award. Information: losaltoschamber.org.

Historical Society reflects on Japanese internment

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. To reflect on the 75th anniversary of Japanese internment, the Mountain View Historical Association highlighted the Japanese-American community’s local history.

At its annual spring meeting at the Historic Adobe Building May 7, association members focused on Executive Order 9066, which authorized the forced removal of Japanese-American citizens and longtime residents from the West Coast.

Los Altos native's play hits Foothill College stage


Gough

Theater has always been in Los Altos native Tom Gough’s blood.

A longtime supporter of the performing arts, Gough is preparing for the world premiere of his play “Suburban Undertow.”


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