Socialize with morning coffee in our senior lounge around 9:30 a.m. Find a book/magazine to read in our Library or watch television. You can browse around the center; look at the art in the art gallery. We have some creative gift ideas in our “Golden Treasure’s” Gift Shop-most all items are handmade by seniors (Gift Shop Hours are 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Mon. – Fri.). We have close to 40 classes to choose from, then maybe a nutritional lunch in our Dining Room, you can check what’s on the menu with our friendly receptionist at the front desk.
Clayton Library Book Club: 7-9 p.m, on red base embellished ballet flat shoes red jutis red slip ons mojari red khussa the second Mondays is open to interested adults, Sunny Solomon leads the discussion July 14, on “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter,” by Carson McCullers, The library is at 6125 Clayton Road, Clayton, Call 925-673-0659, Hours: 1-9 p.m, Mondays and Wednesdays; 10 a.m.-6 p.m, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; and 1-5 p.m, Sundays, Baby & Toddler Story Time: 10:15-10:35 a.m, and 11:15-11:35 a.m, Tuesdays, It is for children ages 0-3½ attending with a caregiver and features short picture books, songs and bounces..
The show is a blockbuster. Public demand for “Living Modern” has required the Brooklyn Museum to issue timed tickets to manage the crowds. The exhibition will travel to the Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in August, and the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, in December. A 380-page book accompanies the exhibition and covers the same topics as the show with high-quality photographs of the clothing, reproductions of the art and portraits of O’Keeffe. The “Living Modern” book also provides more enlightening text than one could read while standing in a gallery, including a meaty introduction, five chapters and the epilogue titled “Fashion Muse.” Corn wrote, “This book has focused on the amazing continuity of O’Keeffe’s modernist aesthetic, one that animated her art, her homes, her behavior in front of the camera, and the ways she lived her life. … She belongs not only in the history of 20th-century art but in the history of women, costume, architecture, home decor, gardening, Southwestern culture, and photography.”.
Santastic!: Young performers tackle Motown, big band and rock ‘n’ roll versions of popular holiday songs and stories in this 45-minute one-act musical, After each performance, the cast will lead an hour of post-show activities, including photos with Santa and his elves and interactive imagination stations for making holiday cards, cookie decorating and more, Saturdays, Dec, 1-22, 11 a.m, and 2 p.m, $15-$36, The red base embellished ballet flat shoes red jutis red slip ons mojari red khussa Retro Dome, 1694 Saratoga Ave, San Jose, 408-404-7711, theretrodome.com, Saratoga Contemporary Artists: Muralist Will Northcutt will demonstrate and explain techniques he uses in creating trompe l’oeil murals, Dec, 1, 10 a.m, Free, Share and Care Center, 14376 Saratoga Ave, Saratoga..
It’s a cause that you can bet people will go hog wild over. When announcing Google’s potential move to the Diridon area — or GoJo or the Rail Yard or whatever it ends up being called — one of Mayor Sam Liccardo’s first assurances was that the Dancing Pig would not be left out in the cold. And he’s not alone in that sentiment. “Our dancing pig is an historic resource and a piece of neon art,” said Andre Luthard, PACSJ’s vice president of advocacy and chair of the “Save Our Dancing Pig” campaign. “It should be relit and remain in place as an iconic community landmark for a long time.”.