Associated Press Northern California Daybook for Saturday, Oct. 5.
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9 a.m. CAMPBELL — Medicare and health care forum hosted by state Sen. Jim Beall, D-San Jose. Campbell Community Center, Orchard City Banquet Hall, 1 W. Campbell Ave. Contact: (408) 558-1295.
9:15 a.m. OAKLAND — Oakland Mayor Jean Quan will continue her series of monthly neighborhood walks throughout the city. Today's walk will be through West Oakland where Quan will attend the Black Cowboy Association's Annual Parade and Festival. Starts at African American Museum and Library, 659 14th St. At 10 a.m. at Defremery Park, 16th and Adeline streets. Contact: Sean Maher (510) 238-7439 or (510) 473-2610.
9:30 a.m. SAN JOSE — March and rally by community members who say they are calling for comprehensive immigration reform. Park of national day of action for dignity and respect. San Jose City Councilman Ash Kalra will attend. Starts at Christ the King Church, 5284 Monterey Highway. Rally at Great Oaks Park, 5221 Snow Dr. Contact: Victoria Ramirez (408) 453-3003, ext. 111 or (707) 227-7801 cell phone.
10 a.m. BERKELEY — Berkeley's 21st annual Indigenous Peoples' Day. Includes intertribal dancing, Native American foods, arts and crafts and culture. Civic Center Park, Allston Way and Martin Luther King Jr. Way. Contact: John Curl (510) 526-9324.
10 a.m. MOUNTAIN VIEW — Assemblyman Rich Gordon, D-Menlo Park, and state Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, will hold a forum on the Affordable Care Act and Covered California. Mountain View Council Chambers, 500 Castro St. Contact: Margot Grant (650) 691-2121 or (650) 383-8086.
11 a.m. SAN FRANCISCO — Demonstration by people with Lyme disease and supporters during a meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America in San Francisco. The group is calling for improved treatment policy for Lyme disease and organizers say the IDSA sets those guidelines. Moscone Center South, 747 Howard St. Contact: Dorothy Leland (530) 574-8123.