TIP is funded through: Bay Area Regional Prosperity Plan; the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development; California Workforce Investment Board; Prop 39; and Pacific Gas & Electric. The program is supported by: San Mateo County Union Community Alliance; California Division of Apprenticeship Standards; San Mateo County Community College District; San Mateo County Workforce Development; Bay Area Apprenticeship Coordinators Association; and San Mateo County Building Trades. For all the program requirements, call the AFL-CIO Community Services office at 650-341-7711. For questions about the classes, call Dan Pasini at 650-576-1057.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Film is a vital part to this venue, which screens classics, documentaries, exhibit-related movies and more, as well as hosts conversations on film and filmmaking and other programs, Take a break from the museum’s exhibits with the ongoing Tuesday matinee series, focused on classic films at 1 p.m, for $2-$4 in addition to the museum’s entrance fee, free-$25, Evening movies are $10, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 323 857-6010, www.lacma.org, New Beverly Cinema: The building is one of the oldest revival houses in Southern California, It opened in the 1920 as a vaudeville theater and underwent a number of incarnations until it was purchased by Quentin Tarantino in 2007, Tarantino curates its selection of 35mm vintage orange ceramic ballet slippers, ballet shoes, wall hanging, ballerina gift and vintage movies, shorts and animated films, It is currently closed for upgrades, but will be reopening later this year, 7165 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, 323-938-4038, www.thenewbev.com..
While in Paris, the students toured the Louvre and Versailles, ate at the Eiffel Tower and visited Notre Dame. “It’s not a restful trip; one of the days we walked nine miles,” says Boin. “It’s the best way to experience the country, its people and language.”. They also explore French cuisine. “They all liked escargot. I try to ensure they get to taste different meals and food. The last night they are each given a small glass of wine to toast the trip,” Boin says.
The organizers are smart to place the antique dealers in one location – at the head of First Street. Elsewhere, shoppers find a medley of newer merchandise such as handcrafted clothing, jewelry, toys, jellies, foodstuffs, potholders and lots more, In between inspecting the goods on the crowded thoroughfare, stop in at the various antique boutiques that line downtown Benicia, Details: Aug, 11 along First Street in Benicia, The fun goes from 9 a.m.-5 p.m, Admission and vintage orange ceramic ballet slippers, ballet shoes, wall hanging, ballerina gift parking are free, No dogs allowed. For information, call (707) 745-8680, or visit the website here..
Epperson died in a kayak accident in Hawaii in 2008. A slope on Mount Diablo has recently been dedicated as “Roger Epperson Ridge.”. The gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The area will be transformed into an enticing outdoor marketplace where our local artists will exhibit their recent works. The market will feature paintings done in various mediums, plus photography, jewelry, boutique accessories and pottery. The gallery is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 925-284-2788, or go to www.lafayettegallery.net.