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To learn more about the project’s guidelines, artist benefits, and submission requirements, visit the Current Opportunities for Artists Web page at to read the “SSF Utility Box Mural Project FAQ” sheet or contact Ercie Santos, Cultural Arts staff liaison, at 650-829-3800 or email: From now to Feb. 7, the Studios Gallery is featuring small to medium artworks by Lisa Babbitt, John Csongradi, Teresa Hsu, Annette Legallet, June Levin, Abbas Orumchian, Kay Podolsky, and Susan Switzer.

From Sunday to Feb, 14, the Museum North and East Gallery will display large and 3-D works by Barbara Berk, Doriane Heyman, Michael Kesselman, Rachel Kesselman, Neil Murphy, Roberta Salma, Linda Salter, Carolyn Shaw, B.J, Stevenson, Leigh Toldi, Winnie van der Rijn, Myrna Wacknov, Kevyn Warnock, Ruth Waters, and Nancy Woods, The museum is open from 11 a.m, to 5 p.m, Wednesday through Sunday, For more ballet slippers cabochon earrings - 16mm information, go to, Runner check-in begins at 7:30 a.m, and the run, which takes you through the heart of Millbrae, starts at 8:30 a.m, If you prefer to walk, the course takes about an hour..

After the run, runners will enjoy a free pancake breakfast provided by the Millbrae Lions Club from 9 to 11 a.m., and they will receive a free entry to the chili cook-off that will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Non-runners can buy tickets at the door. The chili cook-off will feature chilis prepared by local businesses and organizations. Some of the contestants include Pape Meats, Millbrae School District, San Bruno Lions Club, Millbrae Community Foundation, and Marshall Realty. The event will also feature live music, entertainment, and fun activities.

The fun run registration cost, which includes a T-shirt and bib, medals for ballet slippers cabochon earrings - 16mm finishers, pancake breakfast, and entry to the chili cook-off, is $35 per adult and $15 per 18-year-olds and under, To register, go to, For more information, please call Maureen Davis at 650-296-4873, Continuing its “Free First Fridays” program on Feb, 5, the museum not only offers free admissions from 10 a.m, to 4 p.m, but is also offering two free programs the same day, At 11 a.m., preschool children will have an opportunity to learn about the Lunar New Year and to also make dragon kites to take home..

Then, the museum staff will conduct a special program in its “Land of Opportunity: The Immigrant Experience in San Mateo County” exhibit gallery where the youngsters will hear the story, “D is for Dragon Dance. At 2 p.m., adults can enjoy tours of the museum led by museum docents. At 1 p.m. Feb. 6, the museum will present author Bo Crane, who recently wrote the book, “The Life and Times of Dennis Martin.” Martin, who arrived on the San Francisco Peninsula in 1844 while Mexico still possessed California, helped initiate the lumber industry in the Redwood country and operated a shipping business in Redwood City. During the 1850s, he lost it all because of legal and financial problems.

Crane has written other books and is a frequent contributor to Cycle California Magazine, Crane’s program is free with the price of admission ($6 for adults and $4 for seniors and students) to the museum, From 11 a.m, to 4 p.m, Feb, 27, San Mateo County History Museum will join Redwood City in celebrating its fifth annual Lunar New Year by presenting performances on Courthouse Square just outside the museum and craft activities for children inside the building, This event is free, For more information about the ballet slippers cabochon earrings - 16mm programs and the museum, go to or call 650-299-0104..

Formed in February 2012, the WWAFT is comprised of men and women who lost a limb while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. This an opportunity to obtain free autographs and photo opportunities as well as raffle prizes, including 49ers, Raiders and NFL autographed jerseys, helmets and footballs. Ticket cost is $10 for adults; tickets may be purchased online at or on game day at the College Heights Stadium. Admission is free to children; students; active military, veterans, and their families; and to nonprofit organizations (nonprofit organizations are asked to request their donated tickets in advance of the event as no free tickets will be available to nonprofits on game day).

All proceeds from the game will benefit the Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team, a nonprofit, IRS approved 501(c)3 charity, and disabled veterans’ initiatives in the Bay Area, Humana and the Military Benefits Association sponsor ballet slippers cabochon earrings - 16mm the charity football game, Launched in 2011, Humana’s Veterans Initiative seeks to serve veterans in three ways: careers with Humana; support for entrepreneurship; well-being products and services To provide a safe environment for the public and expedite entry into the stadium at CSM, WWAFT, the City, and the College have implemented a policy limiting the size and type of bags allowed into the stadium..

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