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Hendrickson said Avenidas considered frontage locations near Highway 101, spots in south Palo Alto and even buying instead of renting another building. The city rents the space out to Avenidas and recently renewed a 50-year lease. Though there is nowhere to build more parking at its current location, Hendrickson said Avenidas is committed to staying downtown because the site is convenient, accessible and familiar to seniors. “For many people who come to Avenidas, this is their second neighborhood and we want to preserve that.”.

Some of it worked, The Gala concert is a different animal from the rest of the season’s programs; it’s a rest-point between preconcert dinner and post-concert party, During Wednesday’s intermission, amid much pouring of Prosecco, I snaked a path through the tightly packed lobby and heard several conversations about stock deals: “I had to dump 30 percent …”, The best part of the concert custom crystal rhinestone ballet flat shoes - wedding shoes - bridal shoes - adult size swarovski crystal shoes came first: Stravinsky’s Scherzo à la russe, a charming and chirpy little piece, about four minutes long, Premiered by Paul Whiteman’s jazz orchestra in 1944 — Stravinsky conducted his fully orchestrated version with the San Francisco Symphony two years later — it impersonates a “Petrushka” village band that has absorbed some jazz and is ready to perform at halftime on an American playing field, Wednesday, the brass section was buttery-smooth..

The party will run 7:30-10:30 p.m. at the YMCA, 921 Kains Ave. The $25 ticket includes one beverage and light, snacking fare at the party. Beer and wine and other beverages will be available for sale. A silent auction will be held as well, with items donated by local merchants. The proceeds will benefit the Rotary Club for use with local and international projects, according to McQuaid. The club has raised money for the Albany Little League, the Albany-Berkeley Girls Softball League, Albany Unified School District libraries, Villa Scholarships for high school seniors, painting of benches on Solano Avenue, meals for Relay For Life and at the homeless shelter, a literacy program for workers at Golden Gate Fields, meals for the staff at RotaCare Clinic and the eradication of polio the world over.

FAMILY HOLIDAY EVENTS, San Mateo County History Museum, “Holiday Traditions from Around the World.” 10 a.m.-4 p.m, Dec, 6, Children’s craft activities such as making old-fashion Christmas tree ornaments, San Francisco State University Handbell Choir will perform at 1 p.m, San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City, 650-299-0104 or visit www.historysmc.org, Holiday bazaars, Palo Alto Fiery Arts Winter custom crystal rhinestone ballet flat shoes - wedding shoes - bridal shoes - adult size swarovski crystal shoes Glass Sale, 3-6:30 p.m, Dec, 5, 11 a.m.-6 p.m, Dec, 6, Glass reindeer, ornaments, acorns, fish, fruit, pumpkins, hand-crafted by professional artists, Glass demonstrations, free cider and cookies, Proceeds benefit Palo Alto High School’s sculpture classes, Palo Alto High School, Administration Building, 50 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto, www.sites/google.com/site/PalyGlass..

Set during the last years of New York City’s celebrated high school for the performing arts, the show, which runs from Feb. 14—16, tells the inspiring story of a diverse group of students following their dreams. Based on the 1980 film and subsequent television series, “Fame — The Musical,” not only showcases the extraordinary talent of the students but also explores issues confronting many young people today: issues of prejudice, identity, self-worth, literacy, sexuality, substance abuse and perseverance.