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MAGICAL EVENING: The fourth annual comedy and magic show hosted by Phil Ackerly — who does quite a bit of both himself — is coming up Nov. 14 at Rooster T. Feathers in Sunnyvale. Ackerly has Bay Area comedian Mickey Joseph opening the show and Phoenix-based comedy magician Michael Finney as the headliner. Ackerly started the show as a way to support South Bay Blue Star Moms and its efforts to make and ship care packages to U.S. military personnel serving overseas. Last year’s show raised $3,000, helping the group send nearly 600 care packages. “My wife and I have a son in the Air Force, and I know how much it means to our military men and women to receive a box of essentials and a few goodies from home,” Ackerly said.

The Friday night opening of the art show will also feature performing arts presentations by the South San Francisco Civic Ballet, and Halau ‘O Keikiali’i from the Kaululehua ballerina pillow, dance pillow, dancer pillow, gift for dancers, dance gifts, dance teacher gifts, ballet gifts, ballet pillow, Hawaiian Cultural Center, Selected art will be on extended display for about three weeks after the two-day show is over, Questions? Visit the Cultural Arts-News & Events webpage at www.ssf.net/385/Cultural-Arts or www.ssf.net or call the South San Francisco Recreation Department at 650-829-3800, If you buy your tickets in advance, you will be entered into a special drawing for two tickets to the San Francisco Giants vs, Diamondbacks-Fireworks Friday donated by Tim Lincecum, Each ticket also includes a $5 concession voucher towards food at the park, Tickets purchases at the door will not be considered for this door prize..

“It gives girls who probably never stepped foot on a college campus the opportunity to experience what that’s like and college culture,” Whitley said. Though most activities are held at the nonprofit’s Simpson Center for Girls in downtown Oakland, the summer day camps are held each year on Bay Area college campuses. The day camp has been held at Cal State East Bay for the past three years, but was held previously at Patten and Holy Names universities in Oakland. The free program, largely funded by grants and private donations, typically accepts only 45 seventh-grade girls each year.

Lisa Shiveley, the executive director of Menlowe Ballet, has known Lowe since she was a young dancer in the East Bay and took classes from him, They became friends, and in 2011 when Lowe decided to form a company, she readily agreed to take on the business side of the project, Shiveley says Lowe likes to describe himself as the only artistic director ballerina pillow, dance pillow, dancer pillow, gift for dancers, dance gifts, dance teacher gifts, ballet gifts, ballet pillow, with a Mohawk, Despite the unconventional look, the choreographer has a calm, wise presence, and at 60 years old, he is a well-known figure in the Bay Area dance scene..

It took her three years to land her next role part, a juicy role in “The West Wing.”. But McKellar hasn’t forgotten Pythagoras. In 2000, she addressed Congress about the importance of women in mathematics, and five years later, she was approached about writing a book on the subject. “I did a lot of research at the time,” she says, “and discovered that sixth grade — middle school — is the time when girls’ confidence in math starts to drop. That was the time when it needed to be targeted, so I thought, ‘Yes, I want to write a book for middle-school girls to show them that they are smart, capable, and they should strive to be these things through mathematics.” That’s how her first book, “Math Doesn’t Suck,” was born.

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