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By the time JW died in 2005, his dream was on the way to becoming a reality, thanks to a huge fundraising effort he started. The house opened in 2008 and has hosted more than 16,000 overnight stays and even more meals and day visits. At Saturday’s sold-out celebration, the JW House Board of Directors — joined by JW’s parents, Anne Marie Knapen and Geert Knapen — presented the JW House Legacy Awards to three longtime supporters: Kaiser Permanente, the San Francisco 49ers and the San Jose Sharks. An award was also presented to Alan Wong, the retired oncologist who was JW’s doctor and who the young man entrusted with seeing his dream through. “Fifteen years ago, JW walked into my office and handed me a check for $10,000,” recalled Wong, who is turning 70 this year and is one of about 80 volunteers that JW House relies on. “Since that time my life has changed completely.”.

CULTURAL CONNECTIONS: The Tech Museum’s ballet dance hair bow - 5 inch double bow with a pastel pink background bow a solid black top bow and a pair of pink resin balle fourth annual Geektoberfest is Thursday night at the mango museum in downtown San Jose, It’s a truly unique beer event where you can not only sip some regional craft brews but learn about the biology of the beer and take part in hands-on experiments, Or you can just drink — there’s wine, too — and enjoy some German music by Zicke-Zacke, Get ticket info for the 21-and-over event at, Related ArticlesSan Jose dive bar with a bad reputation reinventing itselfNew role for former Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken YeagerCity Lights’ ‘Eurydice’: A bilingual production with a twistReaders’ ideas for changing Burnett Middle School nameEggs-citing news for San Jose City Hall’s resident falconsAnd if you’re looking to fill up on Italian cuisine this weekend, the place to be Sunday is the third annual Little Italy San Jose Street Festival, Taking place on North Almaden Boulevard from Paesano restaurant to Enoteca La Storia, the festival will feature bands, Italian arts and crafts and plenty of food, The festivities run from 11 a.m, to 7 p.m., and you might want to arrive early — some 25,000 people packed the street last year..

Great Glass Pumpkin Patch: Stroll through thousands of hand-blown glass pumpkins crafted by Bay Area Glass Institute artists and renowned glass artisans from around the country. Santana Row Park, 377 Santana Row. Sept. 29, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sept. 30, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 408-551-4611. Hammer Plaza Celebration: a free, family-friendly event in downtown San Jose featuring live performances by high-flying aerial dance troupe Bandaloop and New York’s Bridgman|Packer Dance. Performances will begin at twilight and occur hourly, with interactive activities between shows. The Hammer lobby and concessions will be open to the public, and food trucks will be on location. Sept. 28-29, 7-10 p.m. Hammer Theatre Center, 101 Paseo De San Antonio., 408-924-8501.

Rose Garden Farmers Market: Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m, Lincoln High School parking lot, 577 Dana Ave, Farmers Market: Willow Glen’s market operates year-round, Saturdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Willow Glen Community Center, 2175 Lincoln Ave., San Jose, Senior Tennis: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8-11 a.m. Bramhall Park, 1320  Willow St., San Jose, Contact Barb Jarvis at 408-286-9369, Willows Cafe: Lunch is served Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The menu usually includes ballet dance hair bow - 5 inch double bow with a pastel pink background bow a solid black top bow and a pair of pink resin balle entree, vegetables, side dish, salad, fruit and milk for a suggested donation of $3 for adults 60 and older/$6 for guests under 60, Willow Glen Community and Senior Center, 2175 Lincoln Ave., San Jose, Reservations required 48 hours in advance to 408-265-0915..

Kirk Café at Camden: Seniors are invited to enjoy lunch and make friends at this program offered every weekday. Enjoy special events, birthday parties and guest speakers. Lunch is served Monday through Friday at noon. Suggested donation is $3 for adults 60 years and older. Camden Community Center, 3369 Union Ave, San Jose. Reservations are required (24 hours in advance). 408-371-2888. Dr. Noize Live: The Stanford-educated father sings and plays his award-winning interactive “songz” on his Big Collection of “Instrumentz and Whatchama Gadgetz,” interactively recording and arranging live with his audience. Oct. 7, 2p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Children’s Discovery Museum, 180 Woz Way, San Jose. $11–$12. 408-298- 5437.

Stories: Barbara Day Turner conducts the San José Chamber Orchestra in its 28th season opening concert, featuring stories told in music, The program features Samuel Barber’s “Knoxville: Summer of 1915,” with soprano Kearstin Piper Brown, Sept, 30, 7 p.m, Trianon Theatre, 72 N, Fifth St, $10-$70, 408-295-4416,, The Lieutenant of Inishmore: San Jose Stage Company presents Martin McDonagh’s satirical​ comedy about “Mad Padraic,” an Irish Liberation officer whose methods test ballet dance hair bow - 5 inch double bow with a pastel pink background bow a solid black top bow and a pair of pink resin balle the limits of violence within the organization, and his quest for revenge after receiving threatening news regarding his beloved cat “Wee Thomas.” Through Oct, 21, The Stage, 490 S, First St, $32-$72, 408-283-7142,

God of Carnage: In a stylish Brooklyn apartment, two sets of parents meet for a talk about a playground fight between their children, and it doesn’t take long for the gloves to come off. This sharp comedy won the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play. Through Oct. 4. City Lights Theater, 529 S. Second St. $19-$42.,408-295-4200. Another Roll of the Dice: Tabard Theatre presents a new musical takes audiences to “Runyonland,” first introduced on stage in the musical “Guys and Dolls,” and answers the question, “What else happened at Mindy’s Deli before Sky and Nathan wagered over strudel and cheesecake?” Through Oct. 7. Theatre on San Pedro Square, 29 N. San Pedro St. $15-$35., 408-679-2330.

SFJAZZ Collective: The octet is an international group comprised of members hailing from Ohio, Baltimore, Miami, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and New Zealand, Its appearance at Hammer will celebrate the music of Brazilian composer, songwriter and musician Antônio Carlos Jobim, Oct, ballet dance hair bow - 5 inch double bow with a pastel pink background bow a solid black top bow and a pair of pink resin balle 7, 7 p.m, Hammer Theatre Center, 101 Paseo De San Antonio, $25-35,, 408-924-8501, Anything Goes: San Jose Musical Theater opens its 2018-19 season with Cole Porter’s classic musical, Through Oct, 7, Free “sensory friendly” matinee for autistic childrenand their caregivers Oct, 6 at 2 p.m, Evergreen Valley College Theater, 3095 Yerba Buena Road, $20-$39,, 800-838-3006..

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