San Francisco Early Music Society: “Ciaramella.” 8 p.m. Nov. 17. First Presbyterian Church, 1140 Cowper St., Palo Alto. $15-$50. http://sfems.org. Schola Cantorum: Patriotic Sing-Along. 3 p.m. Nov. 19. Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Ave, Los Altos. $15. http://ScholaCantorum.org or 650-254-1700. Sukay in Concert: Noon Nov. 28. The Oshman Family JCC, Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. $20. http://www.paloaltojcc.org or 650-223-8700.
“The Rotary Club of Burlingame is a longtime benefactor for programs that benefit Burlingame, From grants like this to being the largest contributor to scholarships at Burlingame High School, as well as volunteering their time, the members quietly live up to their motto of ‘service above self.'”, “Our grants are made possible by not just contributions of our Club members, but ballet slippers - machine embroidery, embroidery designs, embroidery patterns, embroidery files by the generosity and support of individuals and local businesses,” said Mary Murphy, president of the Rotary Club of Burlingame that was chartered in 1925, “What appeals to many of our donors is the fact that 100 percent of their donations go directly to the programs we support — we have zero administrative expenses because our members do all the work, We encourage anyone who is looking for a way to make a direct impact to contribute to our service fund, which raises money for local nonprofits and supports our scholarship program.”..
That includes Sinatra’s selection of the orange tile kitchen countertops and backsplash, he said. “Because it’s such a unique property, it is going to bring a unique buyer,” Canter said. “There are only so many high-end buyers looking for a retreat like Frank Sinatra built.”. Scott Palermo of Harcourts Desert Homes is co-listing the estate. Sinatra died in 1998 at 82, after selling more than 150 million records in his career. They included such hits as “My Way,” “Strangers in the night,” “Come Fly with Me” and “New York, New York.”.
The festival, which was organized by the Bay Area Youth Vaishnav Parivar community center and temple to celebrate Holi, with four different events across three weeks, attracted more than 1,000 people throwing colorful powders on one another to the thumping beat of a ballet slippers - machine embroidery, embroidery designs, embroidery patterns, embroidery files disc jockey, A “Holikotsav” was held on March 16, a religious fire ceremony, the “Dhuleti,” held on Saturday, another religious ceremony, the “Dolotsav” on Sunday, and the festival will end with a folk dance performance, “Garba” at the Milpitas Sports Center, 1325 E, Calaveras Blvd., on the evening of March 29..
Admission is $5 for all ages; proceeds benefit the Lafayette Library Foundation. For more information, visit www.Diabloballet.org or call the Lafayette Library at 925-283-6513. Gallery artists have filled walls, display cases and pedestals with more than 150 paintings, jewelry pieces, glassworks, ceramic pieces, photographs and more. In June, the work of Carla Gelbaum (painter), David VanderJagt (ceramic artist) and Karin Lechner (jewelry designer) has been featured. The Lafayette Art Gallery is at The Forge, 3420 Mt. Diablo Blvd., Lafayette. Gallery Hours are from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; and from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.
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