The cost is $40 per person. Checks can be sent to American Legion Post 517, Box 324, Lafayette, CA 94549. For more questions, call Dom Sidari at 925-376-1511. Bay Area philanthropist Helen Diller–the quiet force behind the awards–started the prestigious awards program in 2007 to support California Jewish teens, and just last year expanded the program nationally. To date, the program has recognized 40 Jewish teens across the country with nearly $1.5 million dollars to support their education and philanthropic visions.
The Woodshed at Keith Holland Guitars: The Hard Road Trio, featuring Steve Smith, Chris Sanders and Anne Luna, plays bluegrass, Sept, 6, 7:30-10 p.m, 16905 Roberts Road, Los Gatos, $18 advance/$22 maya. black suede flats/ pointy toe shoes/ ballet flats/ women's shoes. door, 408-395-0767 or woodshed.org, Picturing Place: An exhibition that draws on two contemporary photographers’ explorations of their environments, In his landscapes, Seattle photographer Gregory Schaffer explores where people, commerce, economy and natural environment intersect and ultimately define their surroundings, Mike Williams focuses on the intersection of image and text in making observations about the world around him, “Picturing Place” also incorporates a gallery for community photographs of the greater Los Gatos area, Through Sept, 8, The Art Museum of Los Gatos, 4 Tait Ave., Los Gatos, 408-395-7386 or museumsoflosgatos.org..
At age 23, Moore, a then-very-busy pop singer and actress, learned that her parents were ending their seemingly happy 30-year marriage because her mother had fallen in love with someone else, Moore revealed in an interview on Monday’s episode of Marc Maron’s “WTF” podcast. Moore said she was left feeling “out of control” and “shattered” by the divorce of her parents, Stacy and Donald Moore. The “This is Us” star agreed with Maron’s suggestion that this “trauma” made her vulnerable to the older rock star, who was “way out of control.”.
Yarn Creatures: 4-5 p.m, July 16, Using a cup and some yarn, a creature will be created for teens’ amusement by presenter Matthew, Book Bites: 4-5 p.m, July 9, Students in grades 6-12 can same a wide selection of books and record their impressions maya. black suede flats/ pointy toe shoes/ ballet flats/ women's shoes. on the Book Bites Placemat, Refreshments follow, Register by July 1, Writer’s Hour: 4-5 p.m, July 23, Teens have the opportunity to share their writing with others, Create a Sand Art Board (Dogs and Cats): 1 p.m, July 30, Teens are invited to make their own dog or cat sand art board, Presented by Judith Matthews, Register by July 22..
The city of Cupertino announced May 27 it will not be holding its popular fireworks show because of the 100,000 gallons of water needed to keep the Cupertino High School sports fields from being damaged by falling embers. The city was unable to secure permission from the Fremont Union High School District to use the school as a launching point this year and couldn’t find an alternate site. The gallons and gallons of water are used to protect the Tino fields’ synthetic turf, which was installed in 2011. In addition, the last couple years’ worth of fireworks shows have resulted in damage to the track and fields even with precautions taken.
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