NorCal Night Market: 3-11 p.m. July 27-29 and Sept. 21-23, Alameda County Fairgrounds, 4501 Pleasanton Ave., Pleasanton. Featuring 150-plus food and merchandise vendors, games, an art walk and live music. Enjoy everything from potato-swirl skewers to drinks served in lightbulbs, traditional Asian street snacks, fusion foods and a diverse offering of other #foodporn. Admission $5. Parking $10. https://www.norcalnightmarket.com/about/. Pedalfest: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. July 28, Jack London Square, Oakland. A free celebration of bikes, cycling, food and family. All proceeds benefit Bike East Bay. Food, entertainment, daredevil stunts, a bicycle parade for kids and bike safety training. In addition there will be a diverse display of bicycles — from vintage and hand-built bikes to high-end customizations. https://bit.ly/2JUGIfp.
Wondering how to keep the kids entertained this summer? Here are 27 different options around the San Francisco Bay Area for budding artists, young scientists and more, Adventure Day Camp: Through Aug, 10, Seven Hills School, Walnut Creek, Ages 3-15, June 25-Aug, 17, Dorris-Eaton School, San Ramon, Ages 4-14, dance costume for ballet or lyrical in shades of purple with hair clip, armbands and shoes, modeled on american girl doll A variety of activities that will strengthen teamwork skills, bolster confidence and develop self-esteem, www.adventuredaycamp.com, Art Academy Summer Camps: Through August, Pacific Art League, 668 Ramona St., Palo Alto, Offering more than 25 camp sessions for ages 5-16, both experienced and beginner artists, Includes: Art Around the World, Create an Artist’s Sketchbook, Having Fun with Crafts, Cartooning and Comics, and more, Registration: http://bit.ly/2psRGvA..
At the bottom were Drew and Cheryl, and Candace Cameron-Bure and Mark Ballas. For the pair, it must be a bit depressing to be “in jeopardy” week after week. Again, they were up for elimination but were safe to dance next week. Mark is managing to give Candace some confidence, but it was still noticeable during their cha cha cha when nerves would zap Candace for a moment. The judges tried to encourage her. Bruno said, “You are sexy, you just don’t know it,” adding that her confidence was like a light switch going on and off. She wore a great sparkly dress that looked like it was made of mirror ball fabric. She must be such a challenge to the costume makers since Cameron refuses to wear anything that shows too much skin. If her scores stay in the basement of the leaderboard, she won’t have long to worry about her costumes.
Plucky fraulein Maria (an ebullient Kerstin Anderson) gets bounced from a nunnery and seeks work as a nanny to the bratty and rambunctious children (are there any other kind?) of the heroic Captain Georg von Trapp (a sensitive Ben Davis), All of the children are uniformly charming here but little Genny Gagnon is a scene stealer as the tiniest von Trapp, Gretl, No sooner does the irrepressible Maria win over the tykes, outwit her rival, the upper-crusty Elsa (Teri Hansen), and dance costume for ballet or lyrical in shades of purple with hair clip, armbands and shoes, modeled on american girl doll woo the stoic captain but their happily ever after gets botched by the chilling onset of the Nazi Anschluss..
“For the first year the treatment is pretty intense, followed by a few years of maintenance, then ongoing monitoring for pretty much the rest of his life,” said Michelle Guerra, Colten’s mother. “We go back and forth to the hospital. It’s a horrible thing to deal with, but we’re taking just one day at a time.”. From the beginning, Michelle and father Tim Guerra didn’t want their son to think of himself as a victim; they wanted a way to explain what was happening in a non-scary way Colten would understand. That is when the super hero idea came about with Mighty Hulken going into battle to smash the enemy cancer.
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