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Willows Cafe: Lunch is served Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The menu usually includes entree, vegetables, side dish, salad, fruit and milk for a suggested donation of $3 for adults 60 and older/$6 for guests who are under 60. Reservations are required 48 hours in advance. The program now offers meal choices: entrée of the day, meat salad, vegetarian salad, meat sandwich or vegetarian sandwich. Willow Glen Community and Senior Center, 2175 Lincoln Ave., San Jose. Call for a reservation, 408-265-0915.
Bruno Zamborlin, a musician school bag made of fabric ballet shoes blue who performs with British experimental dance group Plaid, designed and created Mogees to provide a fun, plug-and-play experience, but also as a tool for music education, “I have done several workshops in primary schools in the U.K., using Mogees to teach key aspects of sound and music in the national curriculum, and the results have been terrific,” Zamborlin told Mashable, “Kids really learned concepts about vibrations and acoustic properties of materials in a brand new, interactive and natural way, Mogees is not just an instrument for musicians — it’s a tool for music discovery that everyone should have fun in using.”..
Pittsburg Unified runs its free meal program at 15 locations weekdays through Aug. 5 (except for the July 4 holiday). Breakfast and lunch is available for those ages 2-18. In a news release, Angelia Nava (director of Child Nutrition) said: “Our focus this summer is introducing Harvest of the Month, which provides structured education materials for students, families and the community to engage in hands-on opportunities through our school site gardens (farm to plate), taste California grown fruits and vegetables, learn about the state’s rich agricultural bounty and understand the importance of eating fruits and vegetables and being active every day.” Kaiser Permanente is a key support of the meal event.
Classes 10-11 a.m, on Tuesdays, Senior Center at 540 Crespi Drive, Cost is $3 for SIA members/$5 for non-members/$6 for non-seniors under 60, Janis Haynes, program coordinator at 738-7384, Classes 11 to noon on Tuesdays at the Senior Center, 540 Crespi Drive, Cost is $3 school bag made of fabric ballet shoes blue for SIA members/$5 non-members/$6 non-seniors under 65, Janis Haynes, program coordinator at 738-7384 for information, Rudy Paquette teaches traditional ballroom favorites on Mondays, 1:30-2:30 p.m., at Senior Center, 540 Crespi Drive, Learn the rumba, two step, waltz, foxtrot, cha-cha and the swing, No partner needed, Cost $3..
From Farm to Urban Farming, 1850-2013. Using photographs, maps, objects, and firsthand accounts, this exhibit highlights the farms, dairies, nurseries and orchards that dotted Berkeley’s land in the early days, and chronicles the continued importance of agriculture today. 1 to 4 p.m. Through Sep. 28. Berkeley History Center, 1931 Center St. Free. 510-848-0181, www.BerkeleyHistoricalSociety.org. California Writers Club. The Berkeley Branch meeting of the California Writers Club kicks off the new season with Brooke Warner, author of “What’s Your Book?” and her talk, “Building a Platform for Success.” 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 15. Oakland Public Library, Main Branch, 125 14th St., Oakland. Free. 238-3134, www.cbc-berkeley.com.