“The lions will go around greeting the children, and then they have opportunities for photo sessions,” she said. “Also, people will give red packets to the lions. That’s what we do to welcome good luck.”. Because the children’s costume parade was so successful last year, organizers are bringing it back for an encore and inviting kids under 13 to showcase their festive new year’s costumes. In return, participants will go home with a souvenir gift. The parade is scheduled to kick off at 2 p.m.
Santa’s Workshop Exhibit: “Santa’s Workshop: Remembering Favorite Toys” features erector sets, Tinker Toys, vintage dolls, teddy bears and other toys from the 1890s to 1950, The exhibit includes some of the “timeless toys” that have remained popular the ages, Bring an unwrapped red ballet shoes. ballet flats with ribbon. ballet flats. mary jane shoes. red women shoes. wedding shoes. flat wedding shoes. r toy for donation for a toy drive, The Museum gift shop features special vintage glassware holiday shopping, Through Jan, 27, Saratoga History Museum & Pioneer McWilliams House, Saratoga Historical Park, Saratoga, Free, 408.867.4311, saratogahistory.com..
The Terrace Room: Noon-5 p.m., 1800 Madison St. Harvest buffet will include nine-spice salmon, smoked country ham, roasted turkey breast, tartlets, cornbread stuffing and more. $35-$69. www.theterraceroom.com. Fleming’s Steakhouse: 11 a.m.-8 p.m., 180 El Camino Real, Suite 2. Three-course dinner features lobster bisque, mixed herb-roasted turkey breast, mashed sweet potatoes and apple crisp. $19-$42. https://bit.ly/2ztlBZi. Fairmont: 170 South Market St. The hotel is offering three choices for your Thanksgiving meal, including a buffet of globally-inspired fare at its Imperial Ballroom Thanksgiving Feast ($45-$95) and Fountain Restaurant Thanksgiving Brunch ($45-$75). Or you can take the Fairmont dining experience home with a Thanksgiving To Go meal ($220-$325). https://bit.ly/2P0PH10.
By 11 p.m., a white veil arcs overhead, It’s the Milky Way — “a couple hundred billion little flashlights,” said Phelps, a Palo Alto resident whose club will bring 10 telescopes, then celebrate Sunday morning with a festive pancake breakfast, Visitors are encouraged to bring flashlights to avoid a dangerous fall, But cover the light with red film so that your eyes stay “dark adapted.”, Overwhelmed by the red ballet shoes. ballet flats with ribbon. ballet flats. mary jane shoes. red women shoes. wedding shoes. flat wedding shoes. r enthusiasm of visitors who sought a glimpse through his single telescope, ranger Balogh convinced the park service in 1983 to let amateur astronomers bring telescopes and share them with the public..
DeLong started the school in 2007 after reading a New York Times article about bringing Cambodian girls out of sexual slavery. He contacted the American Assistance for Cambodia and began raising the $13,000 necessary to build the school. “The students at Bret Harte are very willing to help out our global neighbors. They’ve collected for earthquakes and tsunamis and were really helpful raising money for the school. I put out a letter to Realtors and businesses and with Los Alamitos and Williams Schools we raised just over $20,000,” DeLong says.