Seniors Monday Lunch — (Mondays) Lunch at Pacifica Baptist Church, Monday at noon, 2070 Francisco Blvd. Cost is donation only. Stained Glass Class — Class meets Tuesdays at 10 a.m. and works until 3 p.m. at the Senior Center inside the Pacifica Community Center at 540 Crespi Drive. Beginners start with a simple project and can easily learn the art of sun catchers in this wonderful and creative class. Call Donna at 359-2689 for more information. St. Peter 55 Plus — Meets the first Monday of the month at 11 a.m. in the meeting room at St. Peter. Light lunch follows.
Los Gatos Music & Arts does that by not only sponsoring the MIP and Jazz concerts, but also by bringing art and music workshops to local schools, “We did 15 workshops in the schools this past spring,” Knowles said, “And on June 16 we’re launching lace ballet wedding shoes, handmade wedding flats, wedding bridal ballet shoes,wedding slippers,shoes crystals and pearls, weddi our summer camp at Daves Avenue Elementary, It’s a five-day jazz intensive music camp for youth, We expect about 50 kids.”, Music in the Park concerts are from 5 to 7 p.m, on the front lawn of the Los Gatos Civic Center, 110 E, Main St, Blankets are not allowed on the lawn, but people can set up lawn chairs beginning at 3 p.m..
The parade is about four miles long. It starts at Monteval Lane and goes up Coleman Road to Meridian Avenue. From there it travels south on Meridian to Paso Los Cerritos and from there to Via De Las Abejas and onto Redmond Avenue. The floats take a left on Calle Esperanza and a right on Montenegro. The parade goes left onto Via Madero Drive, right on Puerto Vallarta, right on Vera Cruz, left on Redman, left on Coleman and back down the hill to the Cabana Club. The T.J. Martin neighborhood also has a local parade designed to build community, says sponsor Theresa Wellman, the parade sponsor.
“We think of boys and girls in terms of biology, what’s between your legs,” he said, “when gender is really a lot more than what your genitalia are, People identify all along the spectrum of what they feel inside.”, In another classroom, Piedmont parent Brij Kothari was talking about teaching people around the world to read, Kothari is president of Planet Read, lace ballet wedding shoes, handmade wedding flats, wedding bridal ballet shoes,wedding slippers,shoes crystals and pearls, weddi a nonprofit organization now working in India, where an estimated 60 percent of the nation is illiterate, His group is using closed captioning of popular television shows to teach reading to an audience that watches around two hours of television each day..
Details: Presented by Cal performances; 8 p.m. Feb. 24, 3 p.m. Feb. 25; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $30-$72; 510-642-9988, calperformances.org. 5 Kweku Collins: The biracial 21-year-old rapper/singer/producer out of Chicago has been making music practically since he could walk and has been drawing buzz for with his wide-ranging sound and thoughtful lyrics that have earned him comparisons to fellow Chi-towner Chance the Rapper. Having dropped a new EP, “Grey,” last year, Collins (his first name is pronounced Kway-koo) comes to Stanford’s Bing Studio on Feb. 23.
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