* Nomination of the Fox Theater to the National Register of Historic Places;. * Obtaining Certified Local Government status for the City of Redwood City by the U.S. Department of Interior;. * Instituting (Mills Act) historic property contracts between and the city and the property owners of officially designated historic properties;. * Path of History project in the downtown area, featuring kiosk panels, and plaques;. * Personally conducting historic downtown walking tours for San Mateo County Historical Association Victorian Days and National Historic Preservation Month; and.
Concord Mystery Book Club: 2:30 p.m, the second Sunday of the month, and mystery lovers are invited to join the group, On Feb, 9, the discussion will be on “Spade and Archer,” by Joe Gores, Spanish Book Club: 3-4 p.m, Feb, 27, Adults can join the club led by Luisa Carnathan wall hanging / door plaque / ballet shoes / personalised name plaque / ballerina gift / pointe shoes and flowers / door hanging and read and discuss books in Spanish, The next book is “Hija de la Fortuna,” by Isabel Allende, Free Computer Help: noon-2 p.m, Saturdays, Adults and seniors can get assistance on a drop-in basis on how to use computers, and can get help setting up e-readers, smart phones, tablets and using Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other programs..
Soroptimist Liza Normandy, South San Francisco City Council’s newest member, announced the two Women’s Opportunity Award winners: Rosa Acosta, administrative assistant II in the SSF City Manager’s office, and Gay Nicanor David, honorably discharged as a corporal from the U.S. Army Reserves HHC 2nd Medical Brigade after serving in Kuwait, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Both women are working, and raising children while also attending school working on new goals to improve their lives. South San Francisco Mayor Karyl Matsumoto and Judy Bush, vice president, SSF Unified School District board of trustees, were judges for the Women’s Opportunity Award.
“I don’t write social and political plays because I’ve always thought the family was the microcosm of what goes on in the world,” he told The Paris Review in 1992, Simon received his wall hanging / door plaque / ballet shoes / personalised name plaque / ballerina gift / pointe shoes and flowers / door hanging first Tony Award in 1965 as best author — a category now discontinued — for “The Odd Couple,” although the comedy lost the best-play prize to Frank D, Gilroy’s “The Subject Was Roses.”, He won a best-play Tony 20 years later for “Biloxi Blues.” In 1991, “Lost in Yonkers” received both the Tony and the Pulitzer Prize, And there was a special achievement Tony, too, in 1975..
Old-Fashioned Fourth of July for Children. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. July 4. San Mateo County History Museum. Food, crafts. Museum admission will be half-price that day: $2.50 for adults, $1.50 for seniors and students, free for kids 5 and under. www.historysmc.org or 650-299-0104. 28th annual Connoisseurs’ Marketplace. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. July 19 and 20. Art, crafts, music, food, drinks, kids fun zone. Santa Cruz Avenue between El Camino Real and Johnson St., Menlo Park. Free. 650-325-2818 or www.miramarevents.com.
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