10 pieces - ballet sleeper party favors

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10 pieces - ballet sleeper party favors

10 pieces - ballet sleeper party favors 10 pieces - ballet sleeper party favors 10 pieces - ballet sleeper party favors

10 pieces - ballet sleeper party favors

Tasting in the Dark: 7 p.m. Feb. 7, Hopmonk Tavern, 224 Vintage Way, Novato. Spend an evening with blind sensory expert Hoby Wedler as he guides you through a truly blind tasting experience. 1-hour sensory journey through several key prepared aroma samples and then several selected styles of beer. $55. https://bit.ly/2VZW44D. Peninsula Ballet Theatre Presents Cabaret: Love Songs: 8 p.m. Feb. 8-9, Peninsula Ballet Theatre Studio One Theater, 1880 S. Grant St., San Mateo. Includes new and returning works, romantic duets and ensemble pieces, neoclassical ballet and contemporary Dance. $30-$35. www.peninsulaballet.org/cabaret-love-songs.

Bay Area KidFest, Entertainment shows, face painting, balloon hats, games, inflatable bounces and crawls, KidArt, Monster Mural, Dora the Explorer and Diego, Kid’s Town America, SportStars Field of Dreams, Radio Disney, sports games and rides, 10 a.m, to 6 p.m, May 24-26, Mount Diablo High School, 2450 Grant St., Concord, Free with extra charge for some attractions, 925-671-3287, www.KidFestConcord.com, Carnaval San Francisco, 10 pieces - ballet sleeper party favors “Celebration of the World Cup” art, crafts, dance, food, beverages and live entertainment, 10 a.m, to 6 p.m, May 24-25, Harrison Street between 16th and 22nd streets, Parade starts 9:30 a.m, May 25, at 24th and Bryant streets, proceeding to West Mission Street, Free admission, www.carnavalsf.com..

The exhibits showcase Antioch Unified School District classes involved in the Art4Schools program, sponsored by the Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch, the city of Antioch and a Keller Canyon Grant funded through the office of Contra Costa County Supervisor Federal Glover. The Lynn House Galley will play host to Antioch, Deer Valley and Dozier Libbey high schools through May 10, and Orchard Park K-8, May 13-24. The gallery at 809 W. First St. in Antioch is open 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays, during exhibits. There is no admission fee, and the exhibits are free.

Axtell testified Wednesday at the Rene C, Davidson Courthouse that he saw smoke coming from the floor below that night, and he saw Ruax crossing the room, “Our eyes met; we didn’t even say anything, We knew there was a fire,” he said, The two tried to grab the attention of their friend, alerting him there was a fire, Axtell made his way toward the stairs, assuming his friends were following close behind, He said he saw a woman coming up the stairs, passing her on the “obviously handmade” staircase, he described, Smoke was pouring up the stairs from below, he 10 pieces - ballet sleeper party favors said..

“I met my Prince Charming. He swept me off my feet,” says the Clearwater, Fla., widow whose first husband died in 2003. “We’re hoping this will be the last marriage. Why not celebrate?”. Only a few years ago, it was considered in poor taste for a bride over age 55, particularly if she had been previously married, to do things like wear a fancy wedding gown, rock out to a DJ at the reception or have the groom slip a lacy garter belt off of her leg. But those days are gone: Older couples no longer are tying the knot in subtle ways.