Decoration co-chairwomen Saloni Doshi and Annie Lee transformed the Center into a sophisticated casino with black-draped auction tables topped with large martini glasses filled with simulated jewels (diamonds, emeralds, topazes and rubies), a red Aston Martin on display, a life-size safe, hot posters of Bond girls and a golden blond body draped in sheer gold fabric. Every woman received a bright flasher ring and several 49er cheerleaders, who were dressed in silver outfits with gold pompoms, greeted guests.
When Philis moved to Concord more than a decade ago, she sought out other like-minded individuals who created art and found that, while they were around, most of them were showing their work elsewhere, So a year ago, Philis posted a meet-up group targeting local artists, particularly Concord residents, to get together once a month to ballerina dance necklace ballet slipper pendant perfect dancer, ballerina gift 'tiny dancer' by revellerosejewelry talk about art and share their work, They became known as Concord Community of Artists, The endeavor has evolved into the group’s first show, “Concord Arts Alive! Emerge,” through March 27, at the aRt Cottage downtown..
Aug. 13, 2:30 p.m./Jade Leaf Stage. Fresh off four shows in four states with Michael Franti in July, Taimane is making her Summer Fest debut as the first stop on her own Western Winds tour. “It’s a great way to show off the ukulele in a different light,” she says of touring. As the sole ukulele artist at the jazz festival, Taimane will have the opportunity to show the audience just what her instrument can do. “It can cross genres,” she says. “I play Indian and French music on it. There’s no boundaries with the instrument.
Residents have enjoyed a number of activities and events at the clubhouse since it was built in 1910, but the spirit and energy fused into it dates back to 1892, when We and Our Neighbors was founded, The group has held many public gatherings of different social, educational, artistic and entertainment value for years, “Basically it was formed as a place for ballerina dance necklace ballet slipper pendant perfect dancer, ballerina gift 'tiny dancer' by revellerosejewelry women to socialize and part of our mission statement is to…provide education to women and the community,” We and Our Neighbors president Vickie Johnson said in an interview..
Led by three student leaders — senior Abby Hartzell, junior Hannah Dosen, and sophomore Clara MacAvoy — the students have organized a delightful day for all ages with free admission. “I’m really excited,” Hartzell said. “This is the second year the festival is run by students, and not only is it an opportunity to celebrate Sequoia’s community but it is also a chance to celebrate Redwood City because Sequoia is a part of the Redwood City community.”.