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ballet shoes drawing

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ballet shoes drawing

History San José’s Heritage Holiday Tea & Tour, Renzel Room in the Pacific Hotel, History Park at Kelley Park, 1650 Senter Road, San Jose. Tea and champagne will accompany a gourmet catered light lunch, with entertainment by strolling carolers. 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. seatings. $45, $40 members. Make checks payable to History San José and mail to 1650 Senter Road, San Jose, CA 95113 or contact Juanita at 408.918.1045 or jlara@historysanjose.org. Caltrain Holiday Train. In partnership with Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Caltrain brings back the 2013 Holiday Train, spreading joy and the community spirit of giving throughout the Bay Area. The dazzling train, with 60,000 glittering lights, will visit nine stations between San Francisco and San Jose. This free family event gives more than 4,000 gifts to thousands of local children who would otherwise be forgotten at this time of year. At each 20-minute stop, people can join in singing with onboard carolers and a Salvation Army brass band. Also Dec. 8. Various times. Information at www.holiday-train.org.

“There’s a concern that slowly the unusual things are going to be eaten away and Mills is going to be changed ballet shoes drawing into a streamlined, normal place,” said Grace Forrest, a senior majoring in creative writing and minoring in journalism and book art, an interdisciplinary program that includes book printing and binding, Liberal arts colleges across the country are grappling with similar existential questions as they vie for a smaller group of high school seniors amid broad concerns over rising tuition costs and student-loan debt and growing demand for larger research institutions with more career-oriented majors, said Richard Ekman, president of the Washington, D.C.-based Council of Independent Colleges..

Mosley’s Café owner Cristin Shea works there, along with lots of other Alamedans who live just few blocks away. “We expect to get an awning and a heater soon,” Shea said. The cafe serves pastries, crepes, sandwiches and more. It’s named for Shea’s dog, a black mastiff and pit bull mix. “We’re the most neighborly cafe you can find,” said employee Margaret Holmes. For those with room in their post-Thanksgiving tummies, the city invites you to Breakfast with Santa from 10 a.m. to noon Dec. 12 at the DeWitt O’Club. Only the first 150 children and adults will be admitted, and the registration deadline is Nov. 30. See http://alamedaca.gov for details.

Pacific Art League, “Above and Below,” paintings by Marjory Wilson, First Friday reception 5:30 p.m, Nov, 2, Exhibit runs through Nov, 29, Open 10 ballet shoes drawing a.m.-6 p.m., Mondays-Saturdaays, Pacific Art League, 668 Ramona St., Palo Alto, Free, Peninsula Museum of Art, “Visions & Visionaries,” paintings and sculptures by regional artists from the Permanent Collection, Through Dec, 30, Free, Peninsula Museum of Art, 10 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont, Regular gallery hours noon-4p.m, Wednesdays-Sundays, Information: peninsulamuseum@gmail.com or 650-654-4068..

Known as “L’enfant et les sortileges” in French, the one-hour opera sounds like a variation on “Toy Story,” but it came decades before the Pixar version. A young boy, who has always mistreated his toys, pets, and even plants and animals outside the house, finds himself the object of their revenge. Presented with supertitles, the audience will meet a very funny collection of characters, including a pair of meowing cats, and hear arias for a teacup and a sofa along with interpolations of jazz and even Puccini.