The scorching real estate market starts to slow down
The hot real estate market is starting to show signs of a cold snap, but officials say it is too early to say if this will be a new trend.
According to recently published data from MLSListingsInventories of single-family homes in Santa Clara County were up in July from June, while sales were down eight percent and the selling price was down a percentage point from listing.
According to the Santa Clara County Association of Realtors, closed sales in Morgan Hill were unchanged in July and June at 61, while inventories were up 12. which was paid on average remained unchanged at 106 percent.
Bookmobile Leader won the award
Santa Clara County Librarian Overseeing Book Transport Services Amita Willard has been named ABOS Outstanding Book Librarian of the Year 2021 by Karen Hayk.
This is a new award from the Mobile and Information Book Services Association, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.th Anniversary of Karen Hake’s Book Transport Service at the Platt County Library System in Columbus, Nebraska.
Willard spent 16 years at SCCLD, all under the Bookmobile program. Today, the Bookmobile has two cars that make over 100 stops a month in retirement centers, schools, rural areas and unincorporated parts of the county that are far from any library. From the summit of Mount Hamilton to migrant workers’ camps in San Martin and Family Literacy Centers to the Santa Cruz Mountains, Willard and the SCCLD Bookmobile Team can be found throughout Santa Clara County on a weekly basis.
When SCCLD launched Lunch in the Library in 2017 at two of its libraries, Willard sought to expand the program to the Southern District communities that needed it most through partnerships with the Second Harvest Food Bank in Silicon Valley and the San Lions Club. Martin. The team served the children lunches and offered educational activities, including STEM projects, crafts, and a visit from San Francisco 49ers mascot Surdo Sam.
“Amitha is very well known and appreciated throughout the Library District by her patrons, partners and colleagues,” said County Librarian Jennifer Weeks. “This award underscores her and Bookmobile’s continued, creative efforts to build the library and all that SCCLD has to offer to those facing physical and geographic hurdles.”
Vine to Wine Event, September 12
Wineries in the Santa Clara Valley will host their first Vine to Wine event from 1pm to 4pm on September 12 to celebrate California Wine Month. The event at MOHI Social in downtown Morgan Hill will bring award-winning wine tastings from 21 vineyards across the valley in the afternoon, small tastings from local restaurants, and live entertainment from the Lavender Fields Band.
“Our AVA Santa Clara Valley starts the harvest season in September,” said Stacey Giannini, director of marketing for Santa Clara Valley wineries. “We decided to organize an event for wine lovers to meet our winemakers who will pour on site and sample small snacks prepared by local wine-friendly chefs. Wine to Wine, which describes the life cycle of grapes, is held annually in downtown Morgan Hill during California Wine Month. This event will help draw attention to our region, and we very much hope that in a few years it will grow and grow on the central streets of Morgan Hill. “
The $ 75 ticket includes a signature glass of wine, tastings from local wineries, small snacks from local restaurants and catering, live music and bottled water.
To purchase tickets, visit santaclarawines.com…