‘lost ones’ at NUMU

An exhibition centered on the work created during “the lost ones,” a multi-year performance project by Bay Area artist Liz Harvey,” is on view at New Museum Los Gatos through April 14. The project featured myriad performers rotating through an embroidered garment on which participants were invited to stitch images of endangered plants to highlight overlooked species, untold feminist histories and little-acknowledged art practices.

For more information on “the lost ones: iterations and murmurs,” visit https://www.numulosgatos.org/exhibitions-2/the-lost-ones.

Kiwanis holiday market

The Kiwanis Club of Los Gatos is hosting the Los Gatos Holiday Market on Dec. 16 at the civic center. The market features 100 artisans offering handmade wares, and the Key Clubs from Los Gatos High School and Bellarmine College Preparatory will provide holiday entertainment. Grocer+Goddess will set up a food cart, and a beverage booth will round things out.

The market is to benefit local youth programs and the Los Gatos Live Oak Senior Nutrition Center. The latter has more than doubled its nutritional lunch program for seniors, but funding to support the program has decreased.

Established on Dec 20, 1923, the Kiwanis Club of Los Gatos is celebrating 100 years of community service. Long-term projects and events include the Turn-Around Scholarship for at-risk teens, the traditional egg hunt with the Easter Bunny at Oak Meadow Park, the Kiwanis Special Games for special needs kids throughout Silicon Valley and Los Gatos Art & Wine: Fiesta de Artes, which serves as the fundraiser to support these projects and more.