Vintage Watercolor "ballerina" Shabby From 1951 Ballet

vintage watercolor "ballerina" shabby from 1951 ballet

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Yogi Chugh said people only knew of India what they saw on the news, and it wasn’t flattering — “snake charmers and cows in the street.”, Such was the backdrop when Japra founded the Festival of India in 1993 in an effort to showcase a culture and values that were being lost in America, What began on a whim with colleagues including Chugh quickly took root, and on Sunday, thousands from the Bay Area and beyond vintage watercolor "ballerina" shabby from 1951 ballet converged on Paseo Padre Parkway for a creeping parade of floats and marchers representing about 20 different regions of India as well as religious and community organizations..

Thai Cultural Council Dancers. Mark Asian Pacific Heritage Month with Berkeley’s Thai Cultural Council students and master artists performing traditional and folk Thai dances accompanied by the TTC’s classical band. 3 to 3:45 p.m. May 21. Claremont Branch, Berkeley Public Library, 2940 Benvenue Ave. Free. 510-981-6280, Fat-Tire Flyer. Mountain bike pioneer and biking legend Charlie Kelly stops by to discuss the origins of mountain biking and the new Marin Museum of Bicycling and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame. 6 to 7 p.m. May 23. Central Branch, Berkeley Public Library, 2090 Kittredge St. Free. 510-981-6223,