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the recital: a miniature diorama, mixed media, resin art, story pendant with a handmade choker necklace and ballet shoes charm

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the recital: a miniature diorama, mixed media, resin art, story pendant with a handmade choker necklace and ballet shoes charm

the recital: a miniature diorama, mixed media, resin art, story pendant with a handmade choker necklace and ballet shoes charm the recital: a miniature diorama, mixed media, resin art, story pendant with a handmade choker necklace and ballet shoes charm the recital: a miniature diorama, mixed media, resin art, story pendant with a handmade choker necklace and ballet shoes charm the recital: a miniature diorama, mixed media, resin art, story pendant with a handmade choker necklace and ballet shoes charm

the recital: a miniature diorama, mixed media, resin art, story pendant with a handmade choker necklace and ballet shoes charm

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“I have often looked at opposed visions of the world, and you could say these dances represent the sacred and vernacular,” Tharp says, “You can’t not deal with the world as it ought to be, Finding that kind of righteous order is a special challenge, It’s always been one of the privileges and challenges of my work to cover as many bases, structures, and purposes as I can, Ultimately, these are two ends of the spectrum, that’s who we are.”, In addition to the performances, Tharp’s Berkeley visit includes a talk, followed by a signing of her latest book, 2013’s “The Collaborative Habit: Life Lessons for Working Together” (3 p.m, Oct, 17, at Berkeley’s Wheeler Auditorium), and a community dance class led by an artist from Tharp’s company, teaching choreographic phrases from the recital: a miniature diorama, mixed media, resin art, story pendant with a handmade choker necklace and ballet shoes charm the current works (11 a.m, Oct, 17 at Bancroft Studio), Advance registration at the Cal Performances website, calperformances.org, is highly recommended for each..

History of Sunnyvale Schools: An exhibit showcasing artifacts such as yearbooks, uniforms and trophies from Sunnyvale schools through the ages, starting with the very first Encinal Grammar School in the late 1800s. Through Oct. 7; reception July 15, 1-4 p.m. Museum hours Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, noon- 4 p.m. Sunnyvale Historical Museum, 570 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. 408-749-0220. Sunnyvale Summer Series: Too Smooth plays old school, funk and Latin music at the Music and Market series in downtown Sunnyvale. July 18, 5:30-8:30 p.m. 100 block of South Murphy Avenue. sunnyvaledowntown.com.

Camp MasterChef: Through July 28, Camp MasterChef is an immersive culinary experience designed the recital: a miniature diorama, mixed media, resin art, story pendant with a handmade choker necklace and ballet shoes charm for kids and teens, ages 8-16, A week full of cooking, learning and team challenges, Campers sharpen their culinary skills under instruction from expert chefs, They also develop healthy lifestyle and personal growth skills, http://bit.ly/2Gokmhh, Camp Sequoyah: Through July 20, Sequoyah Country Club, 4550 Heafey Road, Oakland, Activities include: golf, tennis, swimming, arts & crafts, group games, fun with foods, super science projects and STEM challenges.Ages 5-10, https://bit.ly/2E2ooJa..

The Chill Out sponsors include Recology of the Coast, First National Bank of Northern California, New York Life, GoPro, Rip Curl, Billabong, Sonlight Surf Shop, NorCal Surf Shop, Wise Surfboards, Clobba on the Haight, Aqua Surf Shop and the Mollusk Surf Shop. Four custom shaped surfboards by Rick Adams, Rich Gonzalez, Calee Surfboards, Rich Harbour and Guy Takayama will be among the items raffled off during this all day event. Cochran invites the community to enjoy a day at the beach and to support worthy local causes. Over the 22 years that the Chill Out has been held, Pedro Point Surf Club has donated more than $50,000 to ocean and community related non-profit organizations. Proceeds benefit Pacifica’s Environmental Family, Pacifica Beach Coalition, Ride-A-Wave and the San Mateo County Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation.