The camp in the Bay Area city of El Cerrito caters to transgender and “gender fluid” children ages 4 to 12, making it one of the only camps of its kind in the world open to preschoolers, experts say. Enrollment has tripled to about 60 young campers since it opened three summers ago, with kids coming from as far as Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. – even Africa. Plans are underway to open a branch next summer in Colorado, and the camp has been contacted by parents and organizations in Atlanta, Seattle, Louisiana and elsewhere interested in setting up similar programs.
Watercolor Society Art Show: The 47th annual exhibit of works by members of the Santa Clara Valley Watercolor Society, Oct, 3-26; artist’s reception and awards ceremony, Oct, 11, 1-3:3- p.m, Rose Shenson Community Gallery at the Triton Museum of Art, 1505 Warburton Ave., Santa Clara, scvws.org, Preventing and Surviving Cancer: A free educational program on prevention of breast cancer and other cancers, with keynote speaker dance like no one is watching ballet slipper applique Dr, Marcia Stefanick, PhD, a research professor of medicine at Stanford University, Oct, 11, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m, Church of the Resurrection, Farana Center Hall, 1395 Hollenbeck Ave, Sunnyvale, 408-245-5554..
Where: Bing Concert Hall, 327, Lasuen St., Stanford University. Tickets: $30-$80. Description: The Grammy Award-winning jazz singer brings his multilingual Passion World concert to Stanford, singing songs of love and loss from around the globe in their original language. _____________________________________________________________________________. What: Zakir Hussain & Masters of Percussion. When: Friday, March 18, 7:30 p.m. Where: Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford University. Tickets: $30-$95.
“She is widely known in the community for her dedication and advocacy to provide clean and safe drinking water and educate the public about water conservation.”, “It has been an honor and privilege representing the community on water issues locally, in Sacramento and in Washington D.C.,” said Boatmun, “I am truly honored and will keep on carrying the conservation message and other important issues forward locally and statewide.”, The 35,000-square-foot garden is open to the public seven days a week dance like no one is watching ballet slipper applique with guides available to help navigate the plants and pathways at 1331 Concord Ave, in Concord..
“We are bringing together all the Girls Inc. family to toast the future,” Kenney said. “We are an organization that has been around for 50 years and will continue to raise awareness around important girls’ issues and the challenges facing girls for the next 50 years, as well.”. As part of the group’s anniversary, a Girls Inc. exhibit opens at the Alameda Museum on Nov. 5; a reception will be held for the show from 1 to 3 p.m. Nov. 8; a lecture on Dr. Edith Meyers, the group and its historic home will take place at 7 p.m. Nov. 13.
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