While the school is eyeing 2020 as the start of construction, “the timing is not set in stone because it relies on a number of variables,” Miller said. Further phases are only conceptually planned at this point, she added. According to Miller, aging buildings necessitated the remodeling effort, as the original structures are nearly 60 years old. What’s more, Miller noted that “the needs of students and schools have changed over time.”. An added bonus, Miller said, is that by expanding its facilities, the school will create space for an additional 100 students, which would bring the student body to 850 girls. Presentation is an all-girls private Catholic school.
• • • • •, ITALIAN STYLE: Downtown stores were bustling during the holidays, especially during the extended shopping hours on Thursday evenings, Lorenzini, the new men’s boutique, is still offering fine casual clothing, shoes and accessories, The store has had a very successful run ballerina gift, quilling paper art, ballet nursery wall art, ballerina wall art, ballet dancer gift, ballet shoes decor, ballet in San Francisco for the past three decades, and now brings the best of European style to sharply dressed men in Los Gatos, You’ll find the shop two doors down from Athletic Performance, in the former Baby Buzz location, at 35 W, Main St..
“When I heard about getting into soccer for Special Olympics, I wanted to try it because I hadn’t played a sport in a long time,” said Villela, 19, a 2012 graduate of Manual High School. “It’s a great thing. I never thought I could make it this far.”. Before the game Saturday night, the Special Olympics athletes got to see a highlight video of their equipment party on the stadium’s big video screen. Then Villela called his teammates into a circle where they held hands. “On three, teamwork,” he said.
“The Happy Elf”: The family-friendly musical by Harry Connick Jr, tells the story of a lovable elf trying to bring joy to the town of Bluesville; Dec, 2-18; Front Row Theatre, San Ramon; $18; 925-973-3343, www.sanramon.ca.gov/parks/theater, “Daddy Long Legs”: Romantic musical by John Caird and Paul Paul Gordon, adapted from Jean Webster’s novel about a orphan girl sent to college by a mysterious benefactor; presented by TheatreWorks; Dec, 3-31; Lucie Stern Theatre, Palo Alto; ballerina gift, quilling paper art, ballet nursery wall art, ballerina wall art, ballet dancer gift, ballet shoes decor, ballet $35-$80; 650-463-1960, theatreworks.org..
Diablo Fine Art Gallery to become cooperative. On June 1, the Diablo Fine Art Gallery will move from operation as a private gallery to a cooperative managed by the group that formerly ran the Lafayette Gallery for 17 years. The last show as a private gallery will be from 2 to 5 p.m. May 20-22, in the Palos Verdes Mall at Geary and Pleasant Hill roads, in Walnut Creek. Light refreshments will be served. All existing pieces will be reduced by at least 10 percent, and many close to half off. There are currently 25 artists displaying 125 pieces of paintings, sculpture, photography, carvings, digital art, and standing, three-dimensional pieces.
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