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The two clicked immediately. By then David was living in San Francisco, and as it turns out, Kat’s company had an opening for her in San Francisco. By January of ’78, Kat was living out West. They married in February of 1982. Their daughter Dana is a student at San Francisco State. David’s piano tuning business boomed and longtime clients included the San Francisco Ballet and Stanford University. For more than 10 years, David cared for the grand pianos at Pacifica Performances concert hall pro bono.
Get the full schedule and other information at http://www.italianfamilyfestasj.org, And just to add a little extra, it’s also a pair of ballet shoes necklace, 14k gold filled chain or .925 sterling silver chain, gold dance shoes or silver dance shoes fireworks night, Get ticket information at www.sjgiants.com, The Retro Dome’s Scott Guggenheim says it’s a rare opportunity to screen “Snow White,” and audiences will probably be surprised at the difference between seeing the movie on a big screen and on TV, There will be preshow fun before the three screenings — 7 p.m, Friday and Saturday and 3 p.m, Sunday — and costumes are certainly encouraged..
Incorporated in 1852, Alviso originally thrived as a shipping port and transportation hub, with steamboats plying the bay to San Francisco, while dance halls and gambling establishments prospered during the 1920s and 1930s. What remains is a community that can seem frozen in time with its 19th-century landmarks, neighborhood groceries, mom-and-pop Mexican restaurants — and its stillness. The shoreline hiking trails in and around Alviso Marina County Park are lightly traversed. The South Bay Yacht Club is a social club without a marina — it closed years ago — but members still sit on the club’s deck, clutching mugs of coffee as they watch the sunset.
Orinda Books holds monthlong story time, The first story time with Lisa Bakos will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m, June 30, at Orinda Books, 276 Village Square, in Orinda, She will read “Wrong Side of the Bed,” and young visitors can come dressed in their pajamas, And at the same time July 14, Bakos will read “Too Many Moose!” Kids are invited to bring their favorite stuffed animal for a pet sleepover, Arree Chung will be reading “Ninja! Attack of the Clan,” on July 21; and pair of ballet shoes necklace, 14k gold filled chain or .925 sterling silver chain, gold dance shoes or silver dance shoes Michael Slack will be reading “Race Car Count,” on July 28, with an illustration workshop for all ages..
BERKELEY — As Berkeley prepares to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day, and its own pioneering role in proclaiming the holiday a quarter-century ago, a developer group’s mixed-use proposal at the West Berkeley Shellmound site, which many Native Americans hold sacred, is under city review. An all-day powwow and Indian market in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park on Oct. 14 is co-sponsored by the city and the Indigenous Peoples Day Committee, starting at 10 a.m. with a dance exhibition featuring Native California and Aztec dancers. The Grand Entry will.