February 7th, 2014

February 7th, 2014

Stroll the streets of downtown Los Altos for our Valentine’s Day themed event.

  • Visit participating shops and galleries for discounts, free gifts with purchases or specials
  • Enjoy complimentary refreshments and treats
  • Listen to live performances at various locations in downtown

Performer Descriptions

The Sunday Seven (Le Bou)
We are called “Sunday Seven” and all of us are members of the Silicon Valley Accordion Society. It a group of people who love playing music together and we have played together as a group for over 4 years. We play for Italian Festivals, Octoberfests, Holiday festivities, and entertain also at the Silicon Valley Accordion Society several times each year. We have numerous gigs lined up for the remainder of the year. We play mostly polkas, waltzes, German and Italian music, as well as some popular music. We do this because we enjoy playing music together, and we have fun entertaining others.

Fully Funded (Costume Bank)
Fully Funded is a 5 piece energetic cover band from Los Altos, CA that plays in and around town playing the hits of yesterday and today for your dancing and listening enjoyment!

The Potentials (Linden Tree)
The Potentials are a local classic rock cover band. They play mostly rock and blues music from the classic vinyl era (60’s and 70’s) and some more contemporary rock and pop music. Their members include Yvonne Aguilar (lead vocals and guitar), Geoff Cotton (lead guitar), Bill Meyer (bass), Guy Lalonde (drums), Dave Spring (piano), and Los Altos resident Bill James (keys and vocals)

Jonathan Luxton (Adventure Toys)
Jonathan delights audiences of all ages with his engaging performances. He brings juggling to a new level of complexity and magic.


Check out the listings below for merchants that will be open late and this month’s promotional offerings.

Main Street

Adventure Toys:  Music, refreshments, jugglers, prizes

Apricot Lane:  Sale items, refreshments

Cafe Nur:   Appetizer and dinner specials, complimentary desserts

Chico’s:   Sale items

Eco Fashion:  Sale items, refreshments

Estatements:  Sale items, refreshments

Fina:  Sale items, refreshments

Footwear Etc.:  Sale items, refreshments

Gallery 9:  Refreshments, new artist show

Gourmet Works:  Candy making workshop

Kids Only: Sale items and new merchandise

Le Boulanger:  Music

Lulu’s:  Happy hour

Maria’s Antiques:  Free tote with purchase of $100 or more, refreshments

On Your Mark:  Sale items, refreshments, workshop

Oz Boutique:  30-50% off entire store

Pendleton:  Sale items

Peninsula Beauty: Sale items, refreshments

Present:   Sale items, refreshments

Robert Konevich, Esq:

Shunzi:  Sale items, refreshments, new spring and summer line

Therapy:  Refreshments, new spring merchandise

Village Stationers: Sale items, new merchandise, and valentines specials

Vintage Bath:  Sale items


State Street

Atelier Gray: Sale items, refreshments

Baskin Robbins: Open late

BK Collections: Sale items, refreshments

Botanist: New merchandise, sale items

Bubble Kids: Refreshments, prizes, sale items

Chelsea: New merchandise, sale items

Costume Bank: Open late, music

Cranberry Scoop:  Refreshments, free gift with purchase of $30 or more

European Cobblery: Open late, sale items, new merchandise

Fiesta Vallerta: Dinner specials

Gitane: Make sure to stop by Gitane to check out our Spring Fashions, Raffle, and Refreshments. Drawings every 30 minutes.

Helix: Games and activities

Know Knew Books: FIRST FRIDAY HEADQUARTERS, refreshments, 50% off

Linden Tree: Refreshments, sale items, music

Maltby’s: Happy hour

Nature Gallery: Refreshments, new merchandise

Peets: Open late

Pets Delight: Sale items, doggie cookie bowl

Pompeii: Dinner specials

Red Racer: Open late, games

Repertege: Sale items, refreshments

Skateworks:  Sale items, refreshments

The Makery: Open late, crafts, sign up online for our book binding class ages 12+

United Studios of Self Defense: Open late, demo classes, gift certificates

Village Kebob: 20% off all dinners


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