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Other volunteers are also welcome. If interested, email Marian Mann at mann98@aol.com or call 650-991-9386. Wheelchair-accessible, the bowling center is 0.3 miles south of CA-35/Skyline Boulevard on King Drive between Hickey and Westborough boulevards. Participants with developmental disabilities from the Bay Area are invited to register by July 21 by calling Cindy Blackstone at 415-213-8507 or email cblackstone@prrcsf.org. Check-in at the new home of the San Francisco 49ers is 11:30 a.m.; followed by lunch at noon. Mark Ibanez, KTVU Channel 2 sports director, will serve as master of ceremonies.

Robert D, Hales, 85, A top-ranking Mormon leader who left a successful career as a businessman to help ballerina cake topper, ballerina party, pink ballet shoes cake topper, ballerina birthday, little girl birthday, fondant edible guide the church, Oct, 1, Arthur Janov, 93, A psychotherapist whose “primal therapy” had celebrities screaming to release their childhood traumas and spawned a best-selling book in the 1970s, Oct, 1, Tom Petty, 66, An old-fashioned rock superstar and everyman who drew upon the Byrds, the Beatles and other bands he worshipped as a boy and produced new classics such as “Free Fallin,” “Refugee” and “American Girl.” Oct, 2..

As the founder, director and choreographer of the science-inspired San Francisco dance company Capacitor, she’s always looking for interesting convergences between creativity and cutting-edge technology. For her latest multimedia production, “Synaptic Motion,” which premieres at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on Sept. 18-21, she put herself under the proverbial microscope and ended up using her own brain activity as her muse. “I’d design these three-dimensional movement sculptures, and I was always curious, why does that work?” Lomask said as her 12-week-old baby cooed and gurgled in the background. “Why can I design a 7-foot metal object in my head, and when it’s built it roughly works? That’s what launched this project. I always start with something I’m curious about.”.

Yes, fans are in store for another blistering hot fall season of live music in the Bay Area, with several top rock, pop, R&B, country and hip-hop stars heading our way over the next few months, Thousands will be drawn to the marquee annual festivals and concert events, most notably San Francisco’s Hardly Strictly Bluegrass (Oct, 2-4; www.hardlystrictlybluegrass.com), Treasure Island Music Festival (Oct, 17-18; www.treasureislandfestival.com) and the Bridge School Benefit concerts at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View (Oct, 24-25; www.bridgeschool.org), There are also countless treasures to be found at the area’s intimate clubs, from Freight & ballerina cake topper, ballerina party, pink ballet shoes cake topper, ballerina birthday, little girl birthday, fondant edible Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley to Don Quixote’s International Music Hall in Felton, among many others..

Art classes come to Discovery Bay. DISCOVERY BAY — The new Discovery Bay Community Center will offer art classes in February. “Exploring Art,” for children ages 6 through 12, will meet 4 to 5 p.m. Thursdays beginning Feb. 13. “Fantasy Art,” for ages 8 through 13, will meet 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursdays beginning April 3, with instructor Nancy Roberts. “Make ‘n’ Take Greeting and Note Card Making,” for ages 10 and older, will be offered as a workshop 1:30-5:30 p.m. Feb. 5, and as a class 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning April 1, with instructor Deena Sheranko.