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gold toddler shoe, gold baby mary jane, ballet slipper, little girls holiday shoe, flower girl, winter wedding, dance, baby soul

gold toddler shoe, gold baby mary jane, ballet slipper, little girls holiday shoe, flower girl, winter wedding, dance, baby soul

Details: Open 11 a.m. daily at 20488 Stevens Creek Blvd., Suite 2040, Cupertino. Other Bay Area locations include San Jose, Burlingame, Berkeley and Fremont; www.happy-lemon.com/en. At first glance, this Saratoga spot is reminiscent of a traditional, sit-down English tea house, with its sweet crumpets and finger sandwiches. But take a closer look and you’ll see that the space is a bit more chic than shabby, with mismatched tables and chairs in bold colors, a large retail section and a host of events you’d never find at Downton Abbey, including April’s Game of Scones, a feast of ice and fire featuring the Three-Eyed Raven Tea Flight.

Also starting March 3 is “Trending,” a new exhibit of multiple gold toddler shoe, gold baby mary jane, ballet slipper, little girls holiday shoe, flower girl, winter wedding, dance, baby soul all-new paintings, ceramics, glass pieces and jewelry by our 24 regular members, Film Showcase to show ‘The Verdict’, The International Film Showcase’s February feature is “The Verdict,” from Belgium, and will have its U.S, premiere Friday, Feb, 27 at the Orinda Theater, where it will show for a week, The film also will show at the El Campanil theater in Antioch on March 22, The film deals with a flaw in Belgium’s justice system about a man losing his family to murder and the legal glitch that lets the killer go scot-free..

Still searching for that ideal summer camp for the youngsters in your life? Saratoga has a small list of openings you might want to check out. American Girl Sisters Summer CampFabulous fun is to be shared between children and their dolls. ​This is a camp created by three girls who loved American Girl Dolls growing up. Three hours of fun with friends and their dolls, this camp entails games and crafts. The last day includes a tea party, so wear a party dress. Dolls to not have to be American Girl brand. Camp is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lunch and snacks are served, and will accommodate all food allergies. Total cost is $150. There’s a $15 charge for each additional doll.

Adam Driver/Mark Hamill (“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”): The always great Driver and the never-better Hamill both brought that rarest of “Star Wars” elements – psychological depth – to Rian Johnson’s maligned-by-immature-fans, gold toddler shoe, gold baby mary jane, ballet slipper, little girls holiday shoe, flower girl, winter wedding, dance, baby soul appreciated-by-people-who-appreciate-good-movies sequel, Turning on a dime from hurt, questioning boy/man to vicious, calculating megalomaniac, Driver continued to make Kylo Ren the series’ most magnetically intriguing villain, Weary, disillusioned Luke Skywalker, borne down by a lifetime of familial, political and spiritual disappointments, finally gave Hamill a multiplicity of facets to explore in one of pop culture’s most iconic characters, The actor has clearly been waiting most of his life to turn this figurine into a man, and did it with all the maturity in the universe..

Details: Presented by Stanford Live; 7:30 p.m.; $23-$75; live.stanford.edu. 2 Jay Blakesberg: Many rock music fans are well-acquainted with the work of Blakesberg, a Bay Area-based photographer who in the past 40 years has captured such icons as the Grateful Dead, Joni Mitchell, Tom Waits, R.E.M., Radiohead and the Rollings Stones. Now the highlights of his storied career are being assembled in a gallery show, “Dark + Light: The Rock & Roll Photography of Jay Blakesberg, 1978-2017” at the Harvey Milk Photo Center in San Francisco. The collection includes some 120 images.