Since 2000, the Fog Fest has hosted the Great Sand Sculpture, created by world champion sand sculptors, Surf Art Experience, Fog Jog and Stride, Art Corner, and the children’s amusement area. The music venues have expanded to three stages with a variety of well-known local and regional performers spanning the broad musical spectrum from rock to bluegrass, country, Latin, swing, and blues. Each year prior to the Fog Fest, the traditional Fog Bank and Photo contests are held, and in recent years our very own sand sculpture and castle building contest takes place at the Fog Fest. FFOG instituted the “Go Green Campaign” in partnership with Recology of the Coast to ensure that all possible waste from the festival was recycled and the TUBE program, Tobacco Use Education Program, to make the Fog Fest a non-smoking event.
“Let me just tell you, you ballet shoes trailer are so slick at what you do, It is seamless,” Mel B told him during Tuesday’s performance show, “You keep us entertained, You keep us engaged, What you do, I don’t know how you do it, You’ve just got it, You’ve got everything and then some more.”, Third place went to the high-flying dance troupe AcroArmy, while pop-jazz quartet Sons of Serendip finished fourth and 12-year-old soul singer Quintavious Johnson took fifth, Rounding out the Top 6 was rocker Miguel Dakota..
The event is free. Go to www.cityartsofsanmateo.org. South San Francisco’s Cultural Arts Commission invites entries in its 2016 Utility Box Mural Project. Artists are invited to “Color Our Streets EXTRAORDINARY” by transforming a drab utility box into an inspiring work of art. Guidelines are available on the Cultural Arts page at www.ssf.net. (Select the “Current Opportunities for Artists” link.) For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 650-829-3800.
For Goldschmid, it is her husband David who makes her photography career work out, She was a nurse and he was a doctor when they got together 45 years ago, Now he is director of Clinic by the Bay on Mission Street in San Francisco and the tour doctor for the San Francisco Symphony, “He is the love of my life,” Goldschmid said, “I adore him, He’s made it possible to do what I do, There’s no way I could stay in the Bay Area as theater photographer without him.”, The Players 2019 gala, East Meets West, is named in honor of its upcoming production, “Flower Drum Song.” The gala will include a reception, auctions, dinner, a Dessert Dash, and entertainment from San Francisco’s Grant Avenue ballet shoes trailer Follies, That dance group is a tribute to San Francisco’s China Town nightclub scene of the 1950s and ’60s, The even is being held at the University Club of Palo Alto..
To purchase tickets, call 650-762-1130. Music at Kohl is appreciative of its generous partners: Bay Landing Hotel, Embassy Suites by Hilton, Kohl Mansion, Marriott San Francisco Airport Waterfront, Mercy High School, PJCC (Peninsula Jewish Community Center), Sam Mazza Foundation, San Mateo County Arts Grants Program, San Mateo Public Library, The Daily Journal, and Villa Montes Hotel. Children will discover what it takes to keep gardens growing and animals — donkeys, goats, rabbits, sheep and chickens — happy and healthy. Campers will give a hand to the staff with ranch chores, followed by fun activities, such as crafts, hikes, cooking and science projects as well as playing games, building forts, and making new friends.