Los Gatos community briefs for the week of May 29 – The Mercury News

Coronavirus art at NUMU

New Museum Los Gatos is asking community members to submit artworks they’ve created while sheltering in place for “Art in the Time of Corona,” an exhibition set to open in December.

Community artworks accepted for the show will be exhibited alongside professional works created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Community entries will submitted and displayed digitally in the exhibition.

Accepted entries include drawings, digital art, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, fiber and textile art, handicrafts, performance art and animation.

For submission forms and guidelines, visit https://www.numulosgatos.org/artinthetimeofcorona.

COVID-19 testing sites

The Santa Clara County Public Health Department recommends that anyone experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 immediately call their medical provider to discuss their conditions and seek testing.

It is also recommended all workers who have frequent interaction with the public should be tested, even if they have no symptoms. These include healthcare workers, first responders, frontline grocery store employees, food delivery people and restaurant, gas station or convenience store employees.

For more information about COVID-19 testing in Santa Clara County, visit https://www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19.

Classes for older adults

Bay Area Older Adults is hosting free online classes in June for residents ages 50 and older. Topics include “The Biology and Business of Bees” and “How to Prevent Drug Side Effects.”

For more information, visit https://www.bayareaolderadults.org/2020-virtual-lectures, email share@bayareaolderadults.org with your full name or call 408-774-0593.

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