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The center serves residents of East Palo Alto, Belle Haven in Menlo Park, and North Fair Oaks in Redwood City. “More than one-third of the residents in the service area were born outside the U.S., mostly in northern Mexico or Tonga and other Pacific Islands,” says the health center’s website at www.ravenswoodfhc.org. Ravenswood offers primary medical and dental care for all ages and behavioral health counseling services to more than 11,000 patients annually. Ravenswood is also recognized for its innovative approach in managing chronic disease, which includes nutrition, cooking and gardening classes, and Zumba workouts.

Meanwhile, Rosas had begun rethinking her eating habits, inspired by a dance teacher who emphasized good nutrition, “I grew up on a total junk food diet,” she admitted, noting that she was accustomed to candy, fast food and preservative-laden meals, Thinking there might be a connection between her health problems and what she put in her mouth, Rosas started paying closer attention to food labels, shopping at health food gotta dance ballet ballerina dancing dancer blue stroke stores and cooking more, eschewing packaged products laden with preservatives in favor of “slow food.”..

Kirk Café at Camden: Seniors are invited to enjoy lunch and make friends at this program offered every weekday. Enjoy special events, birthday parties and guest speakers. Chinese Food served on Tuesdays. Lunch is served Monday-Friday, noon. Suggested donation of $2.50 for adults 60 years and older. Camden Community Center, 3369 Union Ave., San Jose. Reservations are required (24 hours in advance). 408.371.2888. Willows Cafe: Lunch is served Monday-Friday, noon. The menu usually includes entree, vegetables, side dish, salad, fruit and milk for a suggested donation of $2.50 for adults 60 and older/$5 for guests who are under 60. Willow Glen Community and Senior Center, 2175 Lincoln Ave., San Jose. Call for a reservation, 408.265.0915.

4 Brian Copeland’s “Lighten Up II”: Last year, Copeland, the popular actor, comedian and writer sold out the Castro Valley Center for the Arts with a show spotlighting some of the Bay Area’s top comics, He’ll be back at the venue again Sept, 10 to host gotta dance ballet ballerina dancing dancer blue stroke “Lighten Up II,” featuring comedians Johnny Steele, Chicago Steve Barkley, Don Reed, Natasha Muse and more. Details: 7 p.m.; Castro Valley High School; $25-$35; www.briancopeland.com, 5 Point Richmond Summer Music Festival: The free concert series continues Sept, 9 with performances by Oakland singer Aireene Espiritu and her band The Itch, which tackles American roots music ranging from bluegrass to R&B to gospel, and Richmond alt-country band Michael Van and the Movers, The concert also features arts and  crafts, kids’ activities and plenty to eat and drink. Details: Aireene and the Itch play 5:30-6:30 p.m., Michael Van and the Movers, 6:45-7:45 p.m.; Park Place and Washington Avenue, Point Richmond; free; www.pointrichmondmusic.org..

Kalākaua was reportedly the first sitting monarch to visit the United States when he made a cross-country trip from San Francisco to Washington, D.C., aboard the still-new Transcontinental Railway in 1874. He was seeking better trade between the United States and his Sandwich Islands, which is how mapmakers of the day labeled the Pacific archipelago that would become an American territory in 1898. President Ulysses S. Grant, then halfway through his second term, decided to put on a display of diplomatic pomp-and-romp unlike any seen in Washington before. Grant, and more specifically, his wife, Julia, amazed the city with a White House table awash in flowers, crystal decanters and a $3,000, 587-piece set of Limoges china imported four years earlier by Washington merchant J.W. Boteler and Bro.

 
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