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estival insiders know the Mountain View Art & Wine Festival is the crème de la crème on the Bay Area festival scene. Voted “Best Festival in the South Bay” multiple times by readers of Metro and still hitting on all cylinders better than ever, this year’s 42nd annual festival, Sept. 7-8 promises to be a “festival like no other”. An authentic and moveable feast for the senses. The cool, vibrant, multicultural Castro Street vibe. Exceptional handcrafted work by 600 of America’s top artists and craftmakers. Stellar live music on stage and street throughout downtown with a new “Salsa Sunday” theme this year. Fabulous food and drink. The Comcast Pigskin Party Lounge with giant screen TV. Artisan specialty food purveyors. Home and garden exhibits. Health and wellness displays. An organic and green products showcase. Tons of fun and games for kids with ultra thrilling bungee jumping and super fun roll-onwater “waterballerz” among the amazing attractions. An affordable, sun-splashed, memorable, leisure-filled weekend. Widely considered one of America’s top art festivals, huge throngs of art lovers are expected to pour onto Castro Street in Silicon Valley’s epicenter for this “Cultural Community Celebration” presented by the Chamber of Commerce Mountain View. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Admission is free.

The Beginning Mountain View’s longtime signature event, the Art & Wine Festival was launched in 1971 as the first major fund-

raiser for the Chamber of Commerce. Today, it is considered one of the nation’s top art festivals. Realizing the goal of its founders, the festival provides a consistent stream of revenue that helps fund Chamber programs throughout the year. Proceeds are invested in carefully crafted programs that help strengthen and bring together Mountain View’s diverse community. Among the programs sponsored by the Chamber are Yipee (Young Innovative Professional Entrepreneurs Etc), SOAR — a mentorship/internship program, Business ConneXions and Leadership Mountain View.

Extr aordinary Art, Fine Cr afts Ready to freshen up your wardrobe and surroundings? California Artists brings its world-class stable of professional artists and fine craftmakers to showcase their extraordinary work. Shoppers will find thousands of handcrafted items by America’s best artists and craftmakers while browsing among 600 well-stocked booths featuring original work in glass, ceramics, metals, fiber, leather, wood, jewelry, and fine art. Beautiful vases, clocks, dishes, wall and table decorations, paperweights, stained and beveled glass, etchings, sculptures, photography, oil and watercolor paintings, beadwork, gold and silver jewelry, vests, handbags, hats, wallets, footwear, and waterfalls will be among the thousands of one-ofa-kind items available. “It’s the perfect opportunity to stock up on one-of-a-kind items and meet the talented artists that conceive and do exceptional , all-original work,” said Terry Allie, of California Artists.

chicken and pork skewers, plump smoked gourmet sausages, paella, tacos, tamales, pizza, garlic chicken sandwiches, Parmesansprinkled garlic fries, smoked turkey legs, beef, salmon, veggie or Portobello mushroom burgers, Salvadoran pupusas, papaya salad, pad thai, stuffed pitas, falafel, bacon-wrapped hot dogs, made-to-order crepes, chocolate-dipped fruit kabobs, ice cream, root beer floats, fresh-squeezed lemonade, kettle corn and more.

Groova-licious Fabulously Festive Food Musical Mix Plus Bring your appetite! “Salsa Sunday” Festival eateries will be dishing up a world of flavorful fare — fresh corn-on-the-cob, tritip, beef brisket and pulled pork sandwiches, Teriyaki chicken and vegetables, barbecue

Two full days of dynamite music for fans of all musical styles transform downtown Mountain View into the Bay Area’s entertainment mecca for the weekend! Thirteen dynamic bands will play a wideranging musical mix on the Civic Center Plaza Music Stage and multiple street locations throughout downtown.

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he Mountain View Art & Wine Festival is the Chamber’s largest fundraiser, enabling the organization to provide a variety of important services, programs, and scholarships to the community. The festival is Sept. 7 and 8. “We continue the tradition of highlight-

Continuing the Tradition ing the region’s best artists, wine and food. Earlier this year we were honored to be recognized by the Metro as the “Best Art & Wine Festival” in Silicon Valley,” says Chamber CEO Oscar Garcia. “This year we are expanding our music lineup to include, for the first time ever, salsa music.”

The Chamber of Commerce Mountain View has been connecting the business community since 1922. By creating a strong local economy, the Mountain View Chamber and its 550 business members support a vibrant and diverse community. As the Visitor Center for the city of Moun-

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producers — biscotti in many variations, almond toffee, salsa, dry salsa mixes, premium olive oil, family recipe dips, spices, sauces, garlic mushrooms, stuffed olives, mustards, pickled garlic, green beans and asparagus, fruit butters, marinades, curds and scone mixes, exotic jams and jellies, honey and honey products, butters and chutneys, vinaigrettes and dressings, all-natural almonds and pecans will be among the mouth-watering offerings to take home and savor.

Delectably Delicious Drink Above: Among the fine arts and crafts on display at the festival are underwater photography by Helen Kostoff Left: symbolic stories expressed in oil paintings by Ora Tamir.

Fiesta Del Mar Gourmet Mexican Cuisine

Voted Best Mexican Restaurant 17 years in a row!

Thirsty my friend? This year’s special festival brews from Tied House are a tasty New World Wheat and English Special Bitter (ESB). Shock Top Belgian White, Stella Artois, Goose Island IPA, and Negra Modelo will also be served. Wine lovers will be tempted by luscious vintages from from several outstanding winemakers. The wine list includes BV Coastal Chardonnay, Wyndham Estate Shiraz-Malbec, Sequin Rose, Avalon Cabernet Sauvignon, San Elias Sauvignon Blanc, Columbia Crest Cabernet-Merlot Blend, Pietra Santa Pinot Gris, Pietra Santa Pinot Noir, Pietra Santa Sangiovese, Guenoc Pinot Grigio, and Seaglass Pinot Noir. Or enjoy a Sauza Original Margarita, sangria or mimosa for

a deliciously refreshing beverage alternative. Cool off with a tasty Lemonade, Pomegranate Blueberry Juice or 100% Pure Coconut Juice from Purity Organic, a refreshing bottle of Nestle Pure Life Water or assorted soft drinks. Sip your favorite beverage in a beautiful, collectoritem wine or beer glass adorned with this year’s stylish festival logo.

INTUIT Community Stage & Tishman Speyer Properties Kids’ Park Action-packed Tishman Speyer Properties Kids’ Park will keep youngsters plenty enthralled with bungee jumping, super fun waterballerz, hands-on art booths, Mobile Rock’s gripping 24-foot climbing wall, awesome temporary tattoos, face painting and body art, hula hooping, feather hair extensions plus an incredible assortment of spine-tingling carnival rides and one-of-a-kind themed inflatibles. The INTUIT Community Stage is back! A dazzling array of young performers will strut their showstopping stuff in front of a live audience in this “Mountain View’s Got Talent” style showcase.

Comcast Pigskin Party Lounge Sports fans will have a place to relax and watch NFL and NCAA football and MLB

Tied House Brewer y & Cafe

Good Eats, Award-Winning Beer, Nice People

3 Great Mountain View Locations Fiesta Del Mar 1005 N Shoreline Blvd 650-965-9354 fiestadelmar.com SEAFOOD, ROTISSERIE, MEXICAN CUISINE & CANTINA

Fiesta Del Mar Too 735 Villa Street 650-967-3525 fiestadelmar.com SEAFOOD, ROTISSERIE, MEXICAN CUISINE & CANTINA

AGAVE 194 Castro Street 650-969-6767

Back Patio Dining/Banquets Fri & Sat Open Till Midnight

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Mountain View Art & Wine Festival pennant races on a giant LED screen in the Comcast Pigskin Party Lounge. Centrally located at Mercy and Castro, there will be plenty of seating, festive food and drink. It’s the perfect spot to kick back and take a break.

Zero Waste The Chamber of Commerce Mountain View is partnering once again with Recology Mountain View, the City of Mountain View and Nothing Wasted Consulting to promote and encourage Zero Waste. Free-standing containers will be positioned throughout the festival route for recycling glass and plastic bottles and aluminum cans. Additionally, there will be large behind-the-scenes recycling containers for cardboard and mixed paper as well as glass, plastic and aluminum for event staff, vendors and sponsors.

Organic, Healthy & Green Products Showcase This year’s festival will feature the latest and greatest exhibits featuring Organic, Natural, Healthy and Eco-Friendly products. Festivalgoers can enjoy free product samples and gather information while experiencing first-hand how these products and organizations can help you live a better, healthier and “greener” lifestyle and be a positive catalyst for change. Sponsors include Larabar, Food Should Taste Good, SolarCity, The Solar Company, Dave’s Killer Bread, Stanford Chiropractic, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Chiropractic First, The Solar Planet, Miramonte Dental, El Camino Hospital,

Kaiser Permanante, University Chiropractic, Sweat Studio and Sunnyvale Chiropractic.

Home & Garden Exhibits For home improvement ideas, check out product displays and chat with representatives from Renewal by Andersen, Heavenly Greens, Armstrong Installation Service, Cutco Cutlery, BathFitter, OneLawn, Bay Home & Window, Danmer Custom Shutters, Sunlight Concepts, Black Diamond Landscaping, Softub, Rhino Shield and The Craftsmens’ Guild.

Spectacular Sponsors Win great prizes, enjoy free samples, meet the personalities and experience the latest products from festival sponsors: Intuit, Lincoln Motor Company, Star One Credit Union, Chevrolet, Wells Fargo, The Swig Company, Stanford Federal Credit Union, Tishman Speyer Properties, GEICO, The San Francisco 49ers, Provident Credit Union, CA Dept of Tourism, Prometheus Real Estate Group, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, David Walley’s Hot Springs Resort & Spa, Click-Scan-Share, Newport Coast Villas, American Laser Skincare, Gold Rush Getaways, Carmel The Village, Ellis Eye & Laser Medical Center, European Wax Centers, Rockin’ Jump, Hotel Avante, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Santa Clara Valley Water (continued on page 11)

Left: David Hoober’s watercolors are inspired by the Sonoran dessert. Below left: Wheelthrown ceramics by Anne Lewis. Below right: Outdoor furniture made of Western red cedar by Steven Andersen.

The Chamber of Commerce Mountain View would like to extend its sincere thanks to the volunteers who have given so generously of their time and service, and to the following sponsors whose participation has made the Art & Wine Festival possible. Alice 97.3 FM

Graham Middle School

Provident Credit Union

American Laser Skincare

Hawaiian Airlines

Purity Organic

Artisan Wine Depot

Heavenly Greens

Recology

Bank of the West

Hotel Avante

Red Cross, Silicon Valley

BathFitter

IloveMV.org

Renewal by Andersen

Bay Area News Group

Intuit

Rhino Shield

Bay Home & Window

Kaiser Permanente

Rockin’Jump

Black Diamond Landscaping

KBAY 94.5 FM

Safeway

Blackberry React

KCBS 740 AM/106.9 FM

San Francisco 49ers

BX Connections

KEZR “Mix” 106.5 FM

San Jose Mercury News

California Artists

KFOX 98.5/102.1 FM

California Department of Tourism

KLIV 1590 AM

Santa Clara County Department of Environmental Health

Carmel The Village

KMVT

Santa Clara Valley Water District

CBS 5

KOIT 96.5 FM

Santa Clara VTA

Chase Bank

KRTY 95.3 FM

Sauza Original Margaritas

Cheryl Burke Dance Studio

Larabar

Shoreline Amphitheatre

Chevrolet

Leadership Mountain View

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Chiropractic First

LegalShield

Softub

City of Mountain View

Lincoln Motor Company

SolarCity

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Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

Sons of Italy

Comcast

ME Fox Company

Stanford Chiropractic

Community Health & Awareness Council

Metro

Stanford Federal Credit Union

Cutco Cutlery

Miramonte Dental

Star One Credit Union

CW, Channel 44

Mountain Bay Plaza

Sunlight Concepts

Danmer Custom Shutters

Mountain View City Signs

Sunnyvale Chiropractic

Dave’s Killer Bread

Mountain View City Streets

Sweat Studio

David Walley’s Hot Springs Resort & Spa

Mountain View Fire Dept

The Counter

Day Worker Center of Mountain View

The Craftsmens’ Guild

DBI Beverage

Mountain View Police Department Reserve Police Officer Unit

Door 2 Door Storage

Mountain View Police Dept

The Swig Company

El Camino Hospital

Mountain View Recreation Dept

TheatreWorks

El Paseo Café

Mountain View Solid Waste

Tied House Café & Brewery

Ellis Eye & Laser Medical Center

Mountain View Voice

Tishman Speyer Properties

European Wax Centers

Mountain View/Whisman School District

Transparent Fish Fund

Food Should Taste Good

Nestle Pure Life Water

UPS

Francesca’s Sports Bar

Newport Coast Villas

Wells Fargo

Friends of Stevens Creek Trail

One Lawn

YIPEE

GEICO

Palo Alto Medical Foundation

Young’s Market Company

Gold Rush Getaways

Pietra Santa Winery

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Google

Posh Bagel

GoVoluntr

Prometheus Real Estate Group

The Solar Company

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wo full days of dynamite music for fans of all musical styles transform downtown Mountain View into the Bay Area’s entertainment mecca during the Art & Wine Festival, September 7-8 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Castro Street. Thirteen big-name bands with all the moves and all the grooves play a wide-ranging musical mix on stage and street. We’re turning up the heat on “Salsa Sunday” with two of the Bay Area’s top Latin bands – Orquesta Borinquen and Ruckatan Latin Tribe – bringing their own spicy flavor of salsa, Reggae, and Caribbean tunes from 1:30 to 6 p.m. on the main stage in Civic Center Plaza. Orquesta Borinquen features some of the youngest and most talented musicians in

Ruckatan Latin Tribe

Orquesta Borinquen

the Bay Area salsa scene today. Lead by Bill Ortega Sr. and directed by his son Bill Ortega Jr., Borinquen always puts on an electrifying show and then some. Ruckatan Latin Tribe brings their original world music to the scene that generates positive energy and spirit to their many fans. The seven members have all contributed to the local Latin rock scene in the Bay Area and internationally and hail from three different continents. Tennessee River was formed in January of 2002 with the idea of bringing back and paying tribute to one of the most influential and vocally dynamic country bands of our time – Alabama. Tennessee River combines the essence of Alabama with their own

unique sound and live show to produce both a visual and audible feast. Pinky Rideau & Blind Resistance Tennessee River offers up a Blues Plate Special array of music that you won’t neo-soul, soft rock, and Top 40 dance tunes forget. You can bet on hearing toe-tapping, from the past and present. Beyond the stage, the Bay Area’s best hip-shaking, earth-quaking blues from all sub genres, including gospel, rock, delta, performers will be taking their music to the Chicago, country, R&B, and maybe even a streets throughout downtown to entertain festivalgoers throughout the weekend. little back porch blues. Ancient Winds, led by Jose Cabezas, The Houserockers are a 10-piece rock & soul band from Los Gatos with a wailing five plays the traditional and contemporary folk piece horn section and rock solid rhythm music of the Andes mountain region. Headed by brothers Ferris and Torin Marsection. Known for their eclectic, high energy set lists, the Houserockers bring the music of tinez, Glitterface has cultivated a devoted fan base with the the Rolling Stones, exciting and unique Earth Wind and Fire, blend of acoustic, Tower of Power, and jazz, and hip-hop much more to life. they bring to origiThe Pacific nals and covers. Soul Band offers Bob Culbertson a unique blend of is a virtuoso of the genres, covering Chapman Stick who music from R&B, has spent more than old-school, funk, 30 years cultivathip-hop, reggae, Pinky Rideau & Blind Resistance

Saturday and Sunday, October 5TH & 6TH 10AM - 6PM

Present the First Annual

Located in parking lot at intersection of Dana St. and Bryant St., just west of Castro St. and Directly Behind Steins Beer Garden & Restaurant. Serving Authentic German Beers and Cuisine. Traditional German entertainment. Kids Activities. All Ages Welcome. No Pets. No segway use. Benefiting non-profit organizations SOAR and Can Do MS.

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The Pacific Soul Band

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM — Tennessee River www.alabamatribute.com

ing his unique sound. His combination of expression, technique and musical emotion is like nothing heard before. Hubert Emerson is a natural, self-taught musician and a San Francisco gem. His unique sound comes from exposure to both Caribbean and European music genres, as well as American soul music. Oscar Reynolds is perhaps best recognized for playing the Bolivian pan flutes and guitar simultaneously, displaying tight control and a

stream of emotions into his complex runs. Since 1994, Aryeh Frankfurter has been delighting audiences around the globe with his passionate, enduring, and evocative music. His uncommon approach to the Celtic harp and folk harp repertoire. Take a musical journey to old Italy with Heartstrings Music, featuring Al Fabrizio on mandolin and Hugo Wainzinger on guitar. The pair plays romantic, easy listening, Italian melodies.

1:30 PM to 3:15 PM –– Pinky Rideau & Blind Resistance www.2pink4u.com

3:45 PM to 5:45 PM –– The House Rockers www.svhouserockers.com

Sunday, September 8 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM — Pacific Soul www.pacificsoulband.com

1 PM — Salsa Dance Class and Contest sponsored by Cheryl Burke Dance Studio

1:30 PM to 3:15 PM — Orquesta Borinquen www.orquestaborinquen.com

3:45 PM to 5:45 PM — Ruckatan Latin Tribe www.ruckatan.com Bob Culbertson

Aryeh Frankfurter

Ancient Winds

STREET PERFORMER LOCATIONS Ancient Winds (Evelyn Ave.) ancientwinds.net Glitterface (Villa St.) glitterface.bandcamp.com Bob Culbertson (Dana St.) stickmusic.com Emerson (California St.) www.growiser.com/hubert_emerson Oscar Reynolds (Mercy St.) www.karumanta.com Aryeh Frankfurter (Church St.) www.lionharp.com HeartStrings Music (High School Way) www.heartstringsmusic.com

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Todd O’Leary, New Owner $14.99 Oil Change Special Includes Free 18 Point Maintenance Inspection Hubert Emerson, Heartstrings Music & Oscar Reynolds

DANCE LIKE A STAR WITH CHERYL BURKE DANCE Join Cheryl Burke Dance instructors on Sunday at 1pm for a Salsa class and contest at the main stage. Cheryl Burke Dance talented instructors will be teaching basic Salsa patterns and then show you a demo. This will be followed by a Salsa dance contest. The last couple standing will win a free lesson with a Cheryl Burke Dance instructor (or Cheryl Burke herself, depending on availability) at her studio on Shoreline Blvd. The first runner up couple will each win a 4 week series group class and the 2nd runner up couple will each win 2 entries to a fun filled Friday night of classes and social dancing. How Hot is your Salsa?

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Food Vendors: F1 Frozen Fantasies Frozen Chocolate Dipped Fruit Kabobs & Ice Cream bars, Fruit Smoothies, Lemonade/Herbal Iced Tea F3 Triple X Fraternity Beef Kabob And Lamb Kabob F4 California BBQ #1 Chicken and Pork Kebobs, Chicken Teriyaki Noodles, Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl F5 Sandy’s Pop Shop Kettle Korn F6 Sweet Delights Hamburgers & Fries, Salvadorian Pupusas, Gourmet Funnel Cakes F7 Kiwanis Club of Mountain View Dittmer’s Sausage, Corn-on-the-Cob, Tea F8 Barrett’s Lemonade Fresh Squeezed Lemonade F9 The Tamale Factory Tamales, Tacos, Rice and Beans F10 California BBQ #2 Chicken and Pork Kebobs, Chicken Teriyaki Noodles, Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl F11 Hot & Sizzling Grill Greek Sandwiches, Chicken Tender Plate w/fries & mozzarella sticks F12 Big Ed’s Buzzard BBQ Tri-tip Sandwich, Pulled Pork Sandwich, Beef Brisket F13 Ava’s presents Sweet Basil Thai BBQ with Papaya Salad, Pad Thai, Thai Ice Tea F14 Lemoine Creperie Made-To-Order Crepes, Lemonade, Ice Tea F15 Earthly Delights Chicken Sandwich, BBQ Pork Sandwich, Parmesan Garlic Fries F16 Olde Tyme Kettle Korn Kettle Korn F17 Willow Street Fried Calamari, Smoked Turkey Legs, Fried Artichokes & Zucchini F18 Ear-Good Corn Roaster Fresh Corn-on-the-Cob, Baked Potato, Lemonade F19 Thai Stick BBQ Chicken & Pork On-A-Stick, Chicken Rice Bowls, Chicken Wraps F20 Frankie, Johnnie & Luigi, Too! Hot or Sweet Italian Sausage Sandwich; Sautéed Bell peppers or Onions; Brownies F21 Baskin Robbins Ice Cream F22 Silicon Valley Lions Club Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog; Shaved Ice; Arnold Palmers F23 Thai Stick BBQ Chicken & Pork On-A-Stick, Chicken Rice Bowls, Chicken Wraps F24 Pedemonte & Company Gourmet Sausages, Garlic Cilantro Fries, Mint Lemonade F25 Amici’s East Coast Pizza Pizza By-The-Slice, Chicken Wings

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District, Kaiser Permanente, Hawaiian Airlines, Recology of Mountain View, Safeway, Google, El Camino Hospital, Tied House Café & Brewery, ME Fox Distributing, Pietra Santa Winery, Valley Transportation Authority, YP, CBS 5 — Channel 5, The CW — Channel 44, Comcast, Bay Area News Group, San Jose Mercury News, Mountain View Voice, Metro, Alice 97.3 FM, KFOX 98.5/102.1 FM, KOIT 96.5 FM, KCBS 740 AM/106.9 FM, KBAY 94.5 FM, Mix 106.5 FM, KRTY 95.3 FM, and KLIV 1590 AM.

KMVT Broadcasts Live! KMVT 15 “Mountain View Community Television” is inviting YOU to “SPEAK OUT” on television at their booth during the festival! Drop by any time on Saturday or Sunday between 10am and 5pm to speak out, on any topic of your choice for 1-2 minutes. In addition to broadcasting your comments on KMVT 15, you will also receive a free customized DVD of your recorded commentary! In addition to SPEAK OUT, KMVT 15 will be airing interviews on Sunday with local KMVT Community Producers of several popular shows, as well as board members, community members and KMVT’s Executive Director. The broadcast booth will be

located at Church and Castro Streets, in front of Wells Fargo.

We Take Credit Cards! For your convenience, pay for drink tickets and glasses using any major credit card at the Ticket/Glass booths at Evelyn, Villa, Dana, California, and High School Way. This year, we’re using Intuit’s sweet GoPayment mobile card reader.

Bicycle Parking Avoid the traffic congestion and ride your bike. Free valet bicycle parking will be offered near the corner of Castro and Church Streets by the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition.

Vehicle Parking Some free parking is available on streets and parking plazas surrounding the downtown area. Paid parking ($5) will be available both days (except where noted) from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. including: 400 Castro Street (parking lot entrance on Bryant Street), 444 Castro Street (parking lot entrance on Bryant Street), Bank of the West (501 Castro Street — parking lot entrance on Hope Street), Kaiser Permanente/AVAILABLE ON SUNDAY ONLY (555 Castro Street — parking lot entrance on Hope Street), Chase Bank (749 El Camino Real/Castro Street), the City of Mountain View parking Lot #13 (on Bry-

ant between California and Mercy Streets) and the free Google-sponsored parking lot (with security on site) at 1200 Villa Street. Parking fees benefit the Community Health Awareness Council, creating healthy lives for children and families in Mountain View, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills. The Google-sponsored parking lot is free.

Public Tr ansportation Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) will be running its normal weekend schedule with Bus and Light Rail service to Downtown Mountain View. Ride VTA Light Rail (exit at the Mountain View Transit Center) or VTA Bus Lines 22, 32, 35, and 522 to the Festival. Please note Bus Lines 32 and 522 do not operate on Sundays. For your free trip plan, call (408) 321-2300, or visit www.vta.org/. For Caltrain information, call 800-660-4287 or visit www. caltrain.com.

No Pets, Please

Pets are not allowed at the festival.

Info For festival information, call the Chamber of Commerce Mountain View at 650968-8378, www.miramarevents.com or “like” our Facebook pagefacebook.com/ MountainViewArtWineFestival

Have Fun! Get Fit! Bring Your Kids And Get

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Of Mountain View

420 Castro Street, Mountain View

(650) 966-8124

Happy Hour

3:30-6:30 Mon-Fri 4:30-6:30 Weekends

Aerobic Dance Class

Abdominal Work Strength Training Fun Aerobic Routines

$3 Draft Beers $4 Cocktails & Wine $6 Bar Snacks

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Mountain View Masonic Lodge 890 Church Street (next to Library) joanier@pacbell.net or (650) 941-1002 Complimentary childcare services

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