Sierra Financial Associates 1344 Oakhurst Ave, Los Altos, CA94024 Since 1984, Sierra Financial Associates has provided the Los Altos community with financial services, focusing on credit…More analysis. The firm specializes in negotiating loan and lease financing for biotechnology and high-tech firms. The company works out of a home-based office, so please contact by telephone to make an appointment.
May Davenport Publishers 26313 Purissima Rd, Los Altos Hills, CA94022 May Davenport Publishers is a nonprofit literary corporation with an emphasis on teens and young adults. The focus is on…More creating interesting stories for the tech-savvy generation to promote interest in the printed page again. The purpose is to increase literacy through reading and take out the chat room and text style of communication. With a group of more than 20 authors creating stories for children and teens, May Davenport Publishers focuses on this growing generation to teach it the value of books.
Eventech 1833 Alford Ave, Los Altos, CA94024 Eventech is a full-service event planning and communication solutions company based in Los Altos. The company works…More primarily in the high-tech industry and offers marketing and event planning services to companies. Eventech provides a wide range of services to clients including training seminars, research presentations, product marketing solutions and event management, among other services. Call for more information or to speak with an associate about services.
Carol Daly 199 1st St, Los Altos, CA94022 Carol Daly is a specialized therapist with offices located in Los Altos. Daly offers clients a wide range of services…More that include specialized treatments, such as medical hypnosis, hypnotherapy and rapid eye tech, which helps to relieve stress. The office can also help with emotional problems, as well as medical problems like IBS, fertility problems and dental procedures. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the number listed. Check the main <a href="http://caroldaly.com">website</a> to read more about Daly's techniques.
This 8,200 square-foot, three-level museum opened in September 2001 and features the history of the Los Altos area,…More going from the Ohlone Indians to the high-tech era.</p>
<p>The permanent exhibit is "Crown of the Peninsula," but the museum also features a changing exhibits gallery and oral history collection. The museum hosts third and fourth grade students from area schools each year.</p>
<p>The museum is adjacent to the J. Gilbert Smith House, a 1905 Craftsman-style farm house that was part of the apricot orchard property that the city purchased for its civic center in 1954. Mrs. Gilbert lived in the home until her death in 1973, and the City Council created the Historical Commission to transform the house into a museum. It became the Los Altos History House in December 1977. Visitors can see the orchard house as it might have been during the Great Depression of the 1930s.</p>
<p>The modern museum, with its soaring ceilings and expansive brick patio and arbor, is a popular place for weddings and other celebrations.</p>