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Amateur Radio enthusiasts gather for Field Day
Amateur Radio (ham) operators across the country will leave the comfort of their home-based radio shacks for a weekend of public demonstration and emergency preparedness activity called Field Day. The event is designed to test operators skills in setting up and operating radio communication equipment in situations where electrical power is limited or unavailable. The idea is to simulate the conditions that can occur during man-made or natural disasters, such as a hurricane, earthquake, or flood. The event is sponsored by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the national association for Amateur Radio. The first Field Day took place in 1933.
During Field Day, operators set up radio transmitting and receiving equipment in local parks, at shopping malls, on hilltops and in backyards, and get on the air using generators, battery or solar power to run their equipment. This type of exercise, along with the operators dedication to public service, allows them to step in and help emergency officials and relief organizations when disaster strikes. Cell phones, the Internet and other communications technologies have yet to replace what Amateur Radio operators can do. They have a long track record of getting the message through when all other systems fail! Children and youth are encouraged to attend with their parents or guardians to see this pastime in operation!
Passieo do Vinho brings the Wine Country to you
This month, there is no need to drive 100 miles to enjoy wine tasting. Haywards Passieo do Vinho offers an exciting opportunity to discover Haywards historic downtown while enjoying wine from several wineries along with hors doeuvres, live entertainment, and the work of numerous artists and artisans.
Passieo do Vinho unites the community while sponsoring a different local non-profit each year. This years proceeds will support the Hayward Area Historical Society, whose mission is to preserve and interpret Haywards diverse heritage. This festive event fosters community pride and brings together public and private organizations, staff, volunteers, neighborhood groups, and elected officials with an ultimate goal of boosting Haywards local economy.
Celebrating Indian classical dance
Jyoti Kala Mandir (JKM) presents Omkaar, a festival of Indian classical dance, on Sunday, June 26 at Ohlone CollegeÕs Smith Center. Omkaar is an annual celebration that showcases the beauty and grace of different classical dance styles. Gurus and musicians from across the globe are invited to present their new compositions and choreographies through mature solo performances, as well as through their performing students and companies. This festival is not only an entertaining event but also an educational event that allows viewers to experience several unique classical styles on one stage.
Omkaar is derived from om, a sacred sound which is an invocation and invitation to all gods. Omkaar becomes the sound of the infinite om. Among the performers are JKM Dance Company in a special dance drama, Guru Samidha Satyam and group dancing the Kuchipudi, Guru Kritika Rajgopalan dancing the Bharatnatyam, Guru Nirmala Madhava and Pampa Dance Company dancing the Kathak, and Guru Ratikant Mohapatra and Guru Jyoti Rout dancing the Odissi.
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