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Yountville Live 2018: 4 p.m. March 15 through 5 p.m. March 18, Yountville. Enjoy tastes and bites at three tasting pavillions throughout town that will feature 35 restaurants, more than 60 wineries, six chef demos and 18 musical performances. $50-$1,750. yountvillelive.com/events/. GLAS Animation Festival: March 22-25, six Berkeley venues. This film festival features short films from around the world, as well as Q&As, behind-the-scene screenings and panels, animation installations and performances. $75-$225. http://bit.ly/2EpyGEB.

Making Space: A multimedia group show ivory or white lace ballet slippers - flower girl shoes - baby and toddler girl - christening - baptism - princess shoes exploring physical, cultural and historic space, Through Dec, 5, Gallery hours Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m, Artists reception Nov, 13, 5:30-7:30 p.m., with a performance by De Anza’s Ballet Folklorico, Euphrat Museum of Art, De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, deanza.edu/euphrat, Military Officers Association of America: The Silicon Valley chapter holds a luncheon meeting on the third Thursday of the month, For more information, visit siliconvalleymoaa.org or call 408-245-2217..

At 11 a.m., Joe Cannon, stewardship director, and Lawrence Fernandez, nursery manager, will be on hand to guide visitors through the nursery and give a seminar on the biology of native seeds, seed germination, and seed collection and use as part of native plant propagation and habitat restoration. If unable to attend the sale, the nursery is now open by appointment only on Thursday through Saturday with a $100 minimum order. For an appointment, call the office at 415-467-6631. Founded in 2004, the Spark program strengthens the communities we work in through two paths: by helping underserved youth become motivated learners and connected community members, and by encouraging adults to nurture the next generation through mentoring and volunteerism.

Week after week, Candace Cameron-Bure ivory or white lace ballet slippers - flower girl shoes - baby and toddler girl - christening - baptism - princess shoes has had trouble with her nerves causing problems so pro partner Mark Ballas took her to see a sports psychologist for help, The doctor’s advice must have worked because she danced her best routine, a smoldering Argentine tango that pulled high scores and compliments from the judges, Scores: 8; 9; 9; 9 = 35, It seems like the time in the competition for injuries to mount, and this week, Danica McKeller fractured a rib during rehearsal, However, she performed a salsa that partner Val Chmerkovskiy toned down a bit, Carrie Ann said she noticed that Danica’s injury “stifled the dance” and Ricky praised her for “sticking with it.” Scores: 8; 9; 8; 8 =33..

In total, the descriptions of the fall 2014 JCC programs and classes pack a 20-page directory. “I have to say hats off to our program directors,” Schnabel says. “We have a great core group of directors who’ve been able to brainstorm and come up with amazing programs to support the wants and needs of our community. We’ve really been able to retain our membership because our programs are so good.”. Green adds that such retention often results in members circling the parking lot several times in search of a space. “We definitely have more members than what we had anticipated in our five-year plan,” she acknowledges. “Hence our crowded parking lot, which is kind of a good ‘problem’ to have. Because of where we are we can’t really do a physical expansion; we have a church on one side, and an orchard on the other, and neither is for sale. But we have a dream wish-list, such as more aquatic and fitness space. Naturally, a lot of it comes down to fundraising.”.

 

 

 


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