“I’m all right,” Marshall replied. The House Speaker and newly-sworn-in congressman continued smiling for the camera as the 17-year-old held the widely recognized pose. “Do you want – can you put your hand down?” Ryan asked him. “OK, OK, I’m sorry,” Cal Marshall said quickly, with a chuckle and smile. “Were you going to sneeze? Is that it?” Ryan asked. “Yeah,” Cal Marshall said. “He’s sneezing,” his father assured the photographers.
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The evening begins with colors presented by the Delta Diablo Detachment 1155, Marine Corps League. The concert is 7 to 9 p.m. Nov. 9 at the Brentwood Community Center, 35 Oak St. General admission is $10; youth 12 and younger are free. Tickets will be available at the door. For information, go to www.brentwoodconcertband.com. Contra Costa open studio is Nov. 16, 17. EAST COUNTY — Artists in East Contra Costa are invited to participate in an open studio event Nov. 16 and 17. Visitors will get a chance to meet artists personally and enjoy their work in a studio or working environment.
Deborah Butterfield, 6 p.m, Oct, 22, Sculptor Deborah Butterfield, whose bronze horse is in the Cantor’s main lobby, talks about her work, Annenberg Auditorium, 435 Lasuen Mall, Stanford, Free, 650-723-4177 or museum.stanford.edu, The Book Arts Jam 2013, 10 a.m.-4 p.m, Oct, 19, Demonstrations and projects for children and adults, a gallery of Bay Area Book Artists’ work, artists’ talks, exhibitors’ showcase with works for sale, pointe shoes, teen decor, ballet photography, ballet shoes, dance photography, dance wall art, girl room decor, black and white, and a continuous letterpress demonstration by the San Jose Printers Guild, Free, Lucie Stern Community Center, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, www.bookartsjam.org..
Proceeds from the event will allow Raising a Reader to expand its outreach beyond the 15,000 children from low-income households it now serves with “a rotating collection of books for children to enjoy with their parents as well as early literacy training and workshops.”. Without that exposure to reading, the organization notes, children from low-income families “typically enter kindergarten 12 to 14 months behind in pre-reading and language skills.”. The group notes that “In Oakland, only 33 percent of low income children are reading at grade level and a recent report found that 60 percent of kindergartners lack the skills needed to qualify as ready for school.”.