“They’re hard workers, obviously. They’re very strong,” Duron said. Samantha and Ciena attended the TOPs A camp the first week of December. The girls attended two workouts per day and were coached by national coaching staff. The camp also serves to educate coaches, Duron said. “If your kid does end up becoming one of the next elite, you’re prepared,” he said. Samantha, whose favorite event is the floor, gymnastics allows one to make new friends, learn new skills and earn trophies and medals. Her goal is to make it to the Olympics although, “it’s really tough these days,” she said.
OAKLAND — A former Ghost Ship resident testified Tuesday that when the deadly fire broke out last year, there was a woman sitting in a wicker chair, screaming like something out of a horror movie, and urging people not to come downstairs, Michael Russell, who testified during the fourth day of a critical hearing for two former Ghost Ship residents facing charges to the deadly fire last year, said he saw the woman wearing a red beanie and green dress sitting nearby him, “It sugar plum hat and ballet slippers was honestly like a horror movie,” he said, “(She said) ‘This is the will of the spirits of the forest.'”..
All this fun only costs $45 per adult and $15 for a child 12 and younger. On race day, adult cost is $55 and a child 12 and younger, $20. To register or, if unable to attend, to sign up as a virtual walker, go to http://www.stridesforlife.kintera.org/2015Walk. To learn more about the event and Strides for Life, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, call Executive Director Barbara Carey at 650-692-3700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All residents of the 14th Congressional District and Assembly District 22 are welcome to the free event. You will have the opportunity to speak to more than 100 local employers who are hiring so bring your resume if available. Human resources experts will also be on hand to answer your questions. Parking is also free.
DANVILLE SUMMER FEST: Arts and crafts vendors, food and drink, live music, pony rides and other kids’ activities, 10 a.m.-5 p.m, June 20-21; along Hartz Avenue, Danville; www.danvillesummerfest.com, SAN MATEO SUMMERFEST: Arts and crafts, food, beer and wine, collectible car show; live music, kids’ activities, 10 a.m.-6 p.m, June 20-21; B Street, between Tilton and Sixth avenues; free admission; www.sresproductions.com, SUMMER SOLSTICE ART FESTIVAL: Vendors displaying and selling jewelry, textiles, fine art, home accessories, crafts, more, food and drink, 10 a.m.-5 p.m, June 20; Triton Museum of Art, 1505 Warburton Ave., Santa Clara; sugar plum hat and ballet slippers free admission; 408-247-2438, www.tritonmuseum.org..
A Queen of the Mist: April 5-28, Tabard Theatre, 29 N. San Pedro St., San Jose. Michael John LaChiusa’s musical is based on the true story of teacher Anna Edson Taylor, who in 1901 at the age of 63, wanted to make a name for herself — so she took her life and destiny in her own hands to become the first woman to go over Niagara Falls. $38-$48. www.tabardtheatre.org/tickets. Space Jesus, Buku, Huxley Anne, Easybaked: 9 p.m.-midnight, April 5, UC Theatre, 2036 University Ave., Berkeley. Space Jesus explores the electronic auditory universe in search of lower frequencies, future feels and fire beats. $27.50. www.theuctheatre.org.
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