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Niles Dog Show

Its the Year of the Dog according to the Chinese Zodiac, and the best place on earth to celebrate is at the 20th annual Pooch Pow-Wow and Canine Convention on Saturday, July 21. Packed with food, fun, and exciting things for people and dogs to do, the show runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Niles Community Park in Fremont.

Purebred dogs are welcome, but the spotlight is on family pets of any breed or mix, and the focus is on family fun. Light-hearted competition categories include Best Dog/Person Look-Alike, Most Unusual Mix, Handsomest Male, Prettiest Female, and Best Costume. Same-day dog registration ($25 per dog with a well-stocked goodie bag included) begins at 9 a.m. and a pancake breakfast for $5 also begins at 9 a.m.

Mormon settlement of the Tri-City Area

Join the Washington Township Museum of Local History and the Washington Township Historical Society to learn about and discuss Lorin Hansen?s new Guide to Mormon Historical Sites in Washington Township, Alameda County, California.

The story of the Mormon settlement of the Tri-City Area (Washington Township) begins with the arrival of the ship Brooklyn at Yerba Buena. In his booklet, Lorin Hansen identifies specific local landmarks, gives the history of individual families, and includes then-and-now photographs of many sites. Enjoy a photographic journey through these important historical landmarks.

ChamberFest 2018: A classic summer treat

What do ice cream and classical music festivals have in common? Theyre summer traditions and wonderful family-friendly treats! This summer, you and your family and friends can enjoy works by Mozart, Beethoven, Bizet, Mendelssohn, Gurlitt, Klengel, and Dussek (for harp lovers) at Music at the Mission ChamberFest LIVE! Saturday, July 21. ChamberFest LIVE! is a free annual showcase of talented young artists performing together as ensembles at Old Mission San Jose. Rumor has it that the encore, always a showstopper, will be Landslide by Fleetwood Mac, arranged by virtuoso Steve Huber for harp, violin, and cello.

Music at the Mission ChamberFest is a music festival designed for gifted young musicians looking to further develop their skills and knowledge through an intensive exploration of chamber music repertoire. Students have the opportunity to collaborate with their peers, coached by a faculty of professionally and critically acclaimed musicians: Adelle-Akiko Kearns, cello; Alison Lee, piano; Steve Huber, violin; and Dr. Katherine Lee, piano. Festival classes and masterclasses are held at Centerville Presbyterian Church.

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