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• A Know Your Rights workshop for immigrants will take place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, inside the Community Room of the Redwood City Downtown Library (1044 Middlefield Road). Immigration attorneys Ester Kang, Esq. and Thi Do, Esq. will lead a discussion on immigrant rights and answer questions from attendees. Spanish translation will be provided. • What, you may ask, is pickleball? According to the U.S. Pickleball Association, it is “A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.” it is played indoors or outdoors on a badminton-sized court with a slightly modified tennis net, using paddles and a plastic ball with holes. A Pickleball Tournament which is part of the Bay Area Senior Games is planned for May 6 and 7 at Mitchell Park, 600 E. Meadow Drive, Palo Alto. It costs $55 to register, and then $5 per event. There are eight age groupings, starting at the age of 50. “You are qualified to play if you will be 50 on or before Dec. 31, 2017,” according to the event’s website. Learn more about the Bay Area Senior Games at www.bayareaseniorgames.org.
• The second annual Ikebana Flower Show, sponsored by the Los Altos History Museum, is slated for April 21-23 in the museum’s main gallery, More than 700 people attended the two-day show last year to view the arrangements created by Katsuko Thielke and her students, The show has been extended to three days this year in response to “the overwhelming popularity of this event,” according to a statement from museum board member Karen Purtich, The museum is open from noon to 4 p.m., Thursdays through Sundays, with free admission, During the Ikebana show, there will be live demonstrations each day at 1 .m, Thielke is the author red dance shoes of four illustrated books on the “Art of Sogetsu” focusing on her specialities: weaving techniques with leaves and grass, palm fronds, using bamboo, and dried lotus leaves, The books will be on sale at the Ikebana Show, For more information, visit www.losaltoshistory.org, email email@example.com, or call 650-948.9427, ext.14..
• Friends of Holbrook-Palmer Park have announced plans for the annual Easter Egg Hunt, which is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. till noon on Saturday, April 15. The actual hunt is to begin at 10:15 a.m. Other activities and visitors include Gerald the Magician, facepainting, balloon animals, Easter Bunny photos, Atherton Mayor Mike Lempres, Atherton Police Department, Menlo Park Fire Protection District, plus coffee and breakfast treats. The park, at 150 Watkins Ave., has limited parking, so walking there and carpooling are encouraged. Entry is $10 per person, at the gate. Proceeds benefit the Holbrook-Palmer Park Foundation. Children younger than 12 months get in free.
• Palo Alto High School art students Titilola Bolarinwa, Leila Chabane, Yoon Jung Cho, Fiona Farag and Kristina Im have been selected for the 6th Annual Santa Clara red dance shoes County Juried High School Art Show at New Museum of los Gatos, The exhibition, “Choices,” opens on March 23 with a private reception for arts, parents and the press, At that event, winners of a $10,000 college scholarship will be announced, The New Museum is located at 106 E, Main St., Los Gatos, For more information, visit www.numulosgatos.org..
• The Redwood City Sesquicentennial Committee is seeking nominations for The Faces of our Community 2.0 Photo Project, a portrait series that will highlight 150 community members who represent the diversity of Redwood City. Deadline for nominations is March 17. According to Committee Co-Chair Barbara Pierce, “The heart of our community is the people who live, work or study here.” said Pierce in a statement. “We want nominators to tell us why they think this person should be one of the 150 faces of the community.” Once the 150 are chose, professional photographer Jose Aguirre will make portraits of them. Each participant will receive a copy of their photo. The 150 photos will be used in displays at community events during the 150th celebrations and compiled into a book. To nominate someone, visit www.rwc150.org and explain why your nominee should be one of the 150.
• A portion of East Meadow Drive in Palo Alto will closed to traffic for grade crossing maintenance from 8 p.m, today until 4 a.m, Monday, and again from 8 p.m, March 17 until 4 a.m, March 20, East Meadow will be closed between Alma Street and Park Boulevard to vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians to allow for the installation of new concrete ties, ballast red dance shoes and new concrete grade crossing panels to replace the existing rubber surface, as well as new pavement and striping, For more information, call Caltrain’s Construction Outreach Hotline at 650-508-7726 or visit www.caltrain.com/constructionnotice..
• The town of Atherton is looking for volunteers to serve on various committees and commission for terms that expire on June 30. Resident volunteers are needed on the Audit Committee (two vacancies for a term through 2019), Environmental Programs Committee (two vacancies, term through 2021), Park & Recreation Committee (one vacancy, through 2021) and Planning Commission (one vacancy, through 2021). For more information and to apply, visit http://ca-atherton.civicplus.com/forms.aspx?FID=90, call City Clerk Theresa DellaSanta at 650-752-0529, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• The city of Redwood City has 10 openings on its boards, committees red dance shoes and commissions, The city is recruiting for three seats on the Planning Commission; two seats each on the Complete Streets Committee, Library Board and Historic Resources Advisory Committee; and one seat on the Senior Affairs Commission, All interested applicants serve without compensation, cannot hold any other public office or position in the city while serving and must apply by 5 p.m, April 5, To apply for the Senior Affairs seat, visit http://bit.ly/RWCsenioropen. To apply for all other openings, visit http://bit.ly/RWCbccopen. For more information on the Senior Affairs seat, visit http://bit.ly/seniorduties and for all other openings, visit http://bit.ly/RWCopenings — or call City Clerk Silvia Vonderlinden at 650-780-7220..