And many do run away. Usually just leaving a room and coming right back, though. Not this guy. Larrea was hired to sing for a Silicon Valley exec, dressed as Carmen Miranda — Larrea, not the exec — in his office building. His girlfriend had gone to quite a lot of trouble, setting it up with coworkers, sneaking in a cake. The moment came, candles were lit, everyone was gathered around. “I walk in with my maracas with a big, ‘Hello, birthday boy!’ He turned red as a lobster and walks down the hall. We could see the parking lot from the window, and we’re all just standing there, amazed, watching him walk to his car, get in and drive away. He drove away! I’ve never had anyone do that before.
• A three-course dinner, • The Motorcycle Fashion Parade including “A Century of Motorcycles”, • 2015 newly released Harley-Davidson model introductions, • Live music by the Delta Wires To attend this memorable event, prepaid RSVPs at $25 per person are required by Sept, 1, All tickets include party favors, a ballet slippers applique, shown with our "ballerina script " font not included, size(s) 4x4, 5x7 and 6x10 instant down Dudley Perkins Co, 100th anniversary commemorative pin and sticker, and 2014 Harley-Davidson model material, For tickets, go to www.dpchd.com; purchase at the Parts and Accessories or Motorclothes counters at the dealership in the South San Francisco store; or call Jessica Massoni at 650-PERKINS (650-737-5467) and she will take you information and process your credit card payment..
But he still maintains his commitment to raising cattle with wife Nancy and two sons. He maintains a medium-sized operation of about 300 cows in the area and owns a big ranch out in Nebraska, too. With the current drought, a number of ranchers have been forced to sell off a lot of their cattle to make ends meet. Also, ranchers are having to move their cattle to other states, where enough grass is growing and water more plentiful, adding to their business costs. But ask Wiedemann about the current drought, and he’ll say, it’s reaching “an acute level.”.
San Jose Museum of Art: “Retro-Tech,” an exhibition that explores technology and the concept of obsolescence, Organized in conjunction with the 01SJ Biennial art and technology event, Through Feb, 6, 110 S, Market St., San Jose, 408.271.6840 or www.sjmusart.org, Wreath Workshop: Look through the gardens of Guadalupe ballet slippers applique, shown with our "ballerina script " font not included, size(s) 4x4, 5x7 and 6x10 instant down River Park Conservancy to find unusual items that can be incorporated into wreaths, Master gardener Milli Wright leads the workshop, All basic materials will be provided, but participants are invited to bring any items they would like to add to their wreaths, like greenery, lights or ornaments, Dec, 11, 10 a.m.-noon, or 1:30-3:30 p.m, $35, Guadalupe Visitor & Education Center, 438 Coleman Ave., San Jose, 408.298.7657 or www.grpg.org..
The City of San Bruno; Corey, Luzaich, de Ghetaldi; Nastari & Riddle LLP; Google; San Mateo Credit Union, Skyline College; and YouTube were sponsors of the event. Since the TAILS — Transitioning Animals Into Loving Situations — program began in July 2009, 59 dogs have graduated. The program provides dogs with limited adoption potential, or puppies with little socialization and training, constant care and attention from inmates and gives inmates an opportunity to develop skills and make their time more meaningful.