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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
3 Resolutions Every Business Should Make in 2019
3 Essential Strategies to Court New Hires in 2019
Why Acknowledging Customer Churn Is Key to Success in 2019
Put MLK Jr.’s Message of Love Into Practice
Citrus and Avocado Salad
Local Events Around San Jose
ENJOY WHAT SAN JOSE HAS TO OFFER GET OUTSIDE AND TRY SOMETHING NEW
ALMADEN LAKE PARK San Jose
If fitness is anywhere on your list of goals for the new year, you’ll find a few ways to exercise it at Almaden Lake Park. With two trail systems, fishing, bocce ball courts, and pedal boating available among over 30 acres of lake and 65 acres of land, there are some great options to choose from. The Los Alamitos Creek Trail connects to Santa Teresa County Park and features a fitness course, and the Guadalupe River Park trail winds through a mile to bring you to a pond. Enjoy the outdoors here!
MIDTOWN ARTS MERCANTILE Visit the Facebook page for details Lincoln St., San Jose
Relish the start of the new year with relaxation, movement, and local ingenuity. You’ll find it all in San Jose. Here are few ways to enjoy these activities.
SYMPHONY SILICON VALLEY PRESENTS BRAHMS AND DVORAK Jan. 19 and 20 California Theatre, San Jose
The concept of the Midtown Arts Mercantile is enticing: Refurbish a deserted warehouse and use it to bring together local artists and artisans. The community gathering space has attracted a number of local vendors and offers a variety of libations, food options, and entertainments, including comedy and musical acts. You’ll have to stay tuned to see what the Mercantile brings in 2019, but if nothing else, grab a pint and check out the new space. Visit the Mercantile’s Facebook page for updated events and vendors.
Enjoy an evening of classical music performed by contemporary talent. The first part of the performance features pianist Jon Kimura Parker, whose energetic expression of Brahms gives way to the subtler, more playful tones of Dvorak in the latter part of the night. Visit SanJoseTheaters.org to learn more and buy tickets.
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