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The half-acre space behind the Children’s Discovery Museum is a project that’s been in the works for a decade — and with a $3.5 million price tag, it’s also the museum’s largest capital project since it opened in 1990. While the playful exhibits inside the museum introduce kids to concepts and experiences they might encounter in an urban environment, it’s a whole new world outside. “We know today more than ever families need opportunities to unplug and go outside and play, and this new space provides the perfect incentive,” said Toeniskoetter Construction President Dan Amend, who chairs the Children’s Discovery Museum board. “It makes sense to have the museum experience burst through those purple walls and celebrate the natural world.”.

Officially called “Bill’s Backyard: Bridge to Nature,” the space is a hybrid of park and playground, named for Bill Sullivan, the retired CEO of Agilent Technologies and a longtime board member of the museum, Wearing a shirt reading “I’m Bill,” Sullivan spoke to the audience at the dedication, which included Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager; Anrea Mackenzie, general manager of the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority; and bestselling author and nature advocate Richard Louv, who provided silver tone charm with enamel paint color -breast cancer, artist, ballet the keynote address..

Louv said Sullivan and Agilent were setting a great example for the valley’s tech leaders on how to help connect kids with nature. “The leaders from this region, Silicon Valley, in the technology industries could make a huge difference if they step forward to emphasize the need for balance,” Louv said. “We need to have a mantra: The more high-tech our lives become, the more nature we need.”. But Bill’s Backyard didn’t really come to life Thursday until a group of third-graders from nearby Horace Mann Elementary School were unleashed at the climax of the opening ceremony. Many of them were among a group of second-graders who were at the groundbreaking ceremony last November, where they scattered handfuls of wildflower seeds.

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Bill’s Backyard will be open to the public — and included with museum admission — starting Oct. 29. CULTURAL CONNECTIONS: The San Jose Multicultural Artists Guild is rolling out the 20th edition of its Dia de los Muertos procession and festival on Sunday in downtown San Jose. The multicultural event, which runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. behind the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library on the San Jose State campus, will include performances by Kaisahan San Jose, Akoma Arts, the Far East Dragon Lion Dance Association and, of course, Teatro Familia Aztlan, a highlight of the annual event.

The 30-minute procession will begin at 11 a.m, at City View Plaza on Market Street and continue to the festival site, Attendees are encouraged to wear traditional Dia de los Muertos costumes. It’s free to attend, and you can get more information at, OPENING SOUNDS: The San Jose Chamber Music Society opens its 32nd season Sunday at 7 p.m., with the distinguished Auryn Quartet from Germany returning to play at the sublime Trianon Theater on North Fifth Street, “We are glad to bring the Auryn back so South Bay listeners can experience how they apply their hallmark interpretive mastery, individuality and intensity of expression this time to Mozart, Grieg and Debussy,” Chamber Music Society Artistic Director Ted Lorraine silver tone charm with enamel paint color -breast cancer, artist, ballet said. Get tickets and check out the rest of the season at

What’s a mouse to do when he’s constantly picked on by the bigger rodents? Build a rocket to the moon, of course! But will Marvin the Mouse get along any better with the lunar critters he finds there?. Kids of all ages can find out when “Moon Mouse: A Space Odyssey” comes to Palo Alto’s Oshman Family Jewish Community Center for an afternoon show on Oct. 22. What’s more, this children’s show is performed by glow-in-the-dark electro-luminescent wire creations. Featured as a 2012 semifinalist on “America’s Got Talent,” New Orleans’ Lightwire Theater combines dance, puppetry and technology to bring fanciful characters and fantastical creatures to luminous life in the dark.

OAKLAND — Longtime Oakland firefighter Darin White was named fire chief Thursday, the city’s second choice after a Los Angeles candidate turned down the job over a contract dispute, White, who has spent 20 of his 30-year career in Oakland, will lead a beleaguered department recovering from the Ghost Ship blaze, the deadliest structure fire in modern California history that uncovered failures to properly inspect commercial and multi-unit residential buildings, silver tone charm with enamel paint color -breast cancer, artist, ballet The Oakland native most recently served as interim chief, after Teresa Deloach Reed went on leave and later retired in the wake of the Dec, 2 warehouse fire that killed 36 people attending a dance party..

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