Los Gatos community briefs for the week of Oct. 14 – The Mercury News

The cultural reserve is open

The newly restored treasure at Bear Creek Redwoods Preserve is open to the public from October 15. Jesuit Theological Seminary in California.

The site was recently rehabilitated by the Mediterranean Regional Open Space District. This process involved stabilizing and sealing old structures, removing non-historic structures that were no longer safe and growing native plants. All of this was paid for with the use of voter-approved AA Action Bond funds, as well as a county grant.

Free yoga lessons

Breathe Together Yoga, a studio in Los Gatos located at 14107-H Winchester Blvd. , hosts free weekly yoga classes for people who live with or care for people with cancer and chronic diseases. Classes, delivered in person or online, are held on Mondays, 10:30-11:45 a.m. The class is open to people of all levels of yoga experience.

To register for a class, visit www.BreatheTogetherYoga.com Or call 408-370-9642.

Earthquake safe help

Los Gatos residents will soon be eligible to apply for large grants to help secure their homes against the risk of seismic damage through the statewide Earthquake Brace and Bolt Program. The program offers up to $3,000 for homeowners whose homes require seismic modification. Some homeowners may qualify for additional income-based financing.

Applications will open on October 18-November. 29 in www.EarthquakeBraceBolt.com.

Performance art

Fans of art and humor alike can visit the new Los Gatos Museum next Thursday, October 20 at 5 p.m. to see artist Cathy Aoki’s parody performance as the fictional “Museum of Historical Metamorphoses.” In character, Aoki will give a comedic lecture on the work of artist Jeff Koons. There will be food and drinks at a reception after the performance.

To register for the event, visit https://tinyurl.com/4huhkfk2.

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