SPUR SJ Exploring San Jose District Three

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Exploring San Jose District Three

Friday, February 15, 2013, 2:00 p.m.
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This event will take place in San Jose.

San Jose’s District Three is home to many of the city’s most dynamic and diverse attractions and neighborhoods, including downtown, Japantown, San Jose State University and HP Pavilion. Join San Jose councilmember Sam Liccardo for an up-close and personal walking tour as we explore the district he represents and learn about past plans and actions that have proven successful — as well as ones that have not.


Location to be sent upon registration.
ADMISSION
Open to public
$5 for members and non-members

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