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Tickets are $10. For more information, call 925-943-5846. Guest artist Valery Senavski will perform the French horn solo in Mendelssohn’s “Nocturne.” The program will also feature chamber music, solo works, holiday medleys and other surprises. The concert begins at 7 p.m. at Civic Arts Education’s Shadelands Campus, 111 N. Wiget Lane in Walnut Creek. Tickets are $10; for more information call 925-943-5846. During this two-week event, more than 30 vendors offer a wide variety of handcrafted items and gifts for sale.

Oh, we talk a lot, But when it comes to agreeing on appropriate locations and use of smartphones, there’s just no app for that, no GPS (Guidelines for Polite Society), no gentle Siri voice telling us what to do, And as new and improved devices continue to bless — or is it encroach on? — our lives, determining what’s appropriate depends entirely on whom you ask, It’s a debate that sale rare large vintage sandylion sticker album - 20 pages in new condition htf - rose lace heart ballet shoe ballerina ribbon b has raged since the first annoying cellphone chime was heard ’round the restaurant years ago, By now, we pretty much have it down with dining (cellphones are bad) and movie theaters (texting’s bad, too), Yet as last week’s now infamous Facebook yoga class incident reminded us, we continue to run into uncharted territory, with more subtle nuances, more gray areas popping up than dead zones in your cell service..

Wedding venues and vendors who have no ideological issues with cannabis are often still afraid to dive into that world. “It’s really just confusion and uncertainty among the wedding industry itself,” McDonald said. “Most of what we’re doing is to educate the wedding industry on the cannabis industry.”. When Koop’s company first started cold-calling venues a couple years ago to see if they’d allow cannabis weddings, she said one in 10 said they’d consider it. Today, she said around one in three say yes – and many venues are approaching her company to see if they can be put on their vendor list.

The event is free but seating in the Edith Stone Room at the Albany Community Center, 1249 Marin Ave., is limited, Email the friends to be added to the list for future announcements, On Sept, 28 Daniella Thompson of the Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association will lead Architectural Tour of North-Central Berkeley, covering the neighborhood north of University Avenue between Shattuck Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr, Way, Tours start at 10 a.m., last about two hours and are limited to 30 paid participants, Prepaid reservations are sale rare large vintage sandylion sticker album - 20 pages in new condition htf - rose lace heart ballet shoe ballerina ribbon b required and can be made at www.berkeleyhistoricalsociety.org/walks.html..

Now he’s back with Senate Bill 831, which would force local agencies to waive an array of service fees typically charged to newly permitted in-law units. These impact fees help pay for local schools, water and other services. Wieckowski’s bill — which cities are likely to oppose as an attack on local control and funding — would also create an amnesty program for the many existing granny units that are not permitted. “There could be 200,000 `illegal units’ in the state of California, which is nutty,” Wieckowski said. “Let’s bring these people out of the darkness and let them have a documented home that they’re paying taxes on, that they can live in — that they have a window and a front door.”.