Category Archives: Faces and Places
Photos by Stephen Crowley On Friday, Oct. 21 from 4 to 7 p.m. Matsuyama Elementary School held its annual harvest festival. A “cornucopia of fun” for the entire family, the festival featured arts and crafts, a pumpkin patch, a cake
Faces and Places: Michaelmas festival at Camellia Waldorf portrayed inner struggle between dark and light
Photos by Stephen Crowley As the seasons between to change from long days of sunshine to darker, cooler days of fall and winter, the Camellia Waldorf School, located at 7450 Pocket Road, celebrated this transition in the calendar on Friday,
Photos by Stephen Crowley Neighbors gathered for National Night Out at Didion School as part of a national effort to bring neighbors together on Tuesday, Aug. 2. Here is a collection of photos from the evening’s event.
Photos by Monica Stark email@example.com The Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association put on a good show on Sunday, June 26 with musical acts Legal Addiction and children’s musician Mister Cooper at William Curtis Park. That evening’s event also featured free delicious
Photos by ACC Photo club ACC Senior Services marked the Big Day of Giving, May 3, with an “Art & Music” celebration. Although the Big Day is an online giving event, ACC decided to have an open house showcasing their
By LANCE ARMSTRONG Pocket News writer Lance@valcomnews.com Nearly eight months have passed since Edmund and Jade Abay shut the doors of their popular restaurant, Pocket Bistro, with plans to reopen in a new location. But since that announcement was made,
Photos by Monica Stark firstname.lastname@example.org Down the bunny trail the youngest bunnies got their fill of candy filled eggs at the annual Carmichael Park general egg hunt and pancake breakfast on March 26. Children collected candy and prize stuffed eggs.
Photos by Stephen Crowley email@example.com The mural is finished! The Bright Underbelly has been unveiled to you and the rest of the community! With a weekend full of events, starting with the ribbon cutting on March 17 and a free