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Good Deed Dogs’ Donation Drive for Service Dogs: Through June 29 donate at any Mattress Discounters store or online to help support training and making these highly skilled dogs available for those with disabilities. Butterfly Walk: Join Sally Levinson, Garden volunteer propagator, docent and caterpillar lady on a search for butterflies. 3-4 p.m. Fourth Tuesdays monthly, through Oct. 28. UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley, 200 Centennial Drive. Free with garden admission. Space limited. Children welcome. Register by calling 510-643-2755 or email

Fish Feeding Time: Get close to crabs and see flounder, perch and pipefish, 3-3:30 p.m, Saturdays and Sundays, Crab Cove, 1252 McKay Ave., Alameda, 510-544-3187,, Friends of San Martin Animal Shelter Pet Adoptions: Free adoptions to qualified families during Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days, 11 a.m.-5 p.m, May 31-June 1, Petco, 8767 Ysidro Ave., Gilroy, 408-681-3788, red shoe dance contact, Paws for a Cause: Join Operation Freedom Paws for a one mile or 5K Fun Run/Walk event, Prizes will be awarded to top finishers and dog teams, A dog handling demonstration takes place immediately following the run, Courses are wheelchair accessible, Operation Freedom Paws is a nonprofit organization that pairs service dogs with veterans, All dogs come from shelters and rescue groups, 9 a.m, June 1, Vasona Lake County Park, 333 Blossom Hill Road, Los Gatos, 408-356-2729,

Fishing in the City: Learn to fish clinics teach the basics of fishing to children and adolescents ages 5-15. Equipment and tackle are provided. There is no charge for the clinics but there may be a park entrance fee. Each adult may bring two children; a driver’s license is required for a rod loan. For information, email Dog Day Mornings: Dogs romp and play off-leash in a supervised atmosphere every Saturday morning, (through Dec. 13) rain or shine. All dogs must be current on their vaccinations, have attended a basic obedience class and all dogs six months and older must be altered. Two sessions: 9:30-10:30 a.m. for dogs all shapes and sizes. 10:30-11:30 a.m. for small dogs only. Peninsula Humane Society, 12 Airport Blvd., San Mateo. 650-340.-7022, ext. 184,

Rods and Rescues: Car show red shoe dance contact and rescue dog adoption event with Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue and Green Dog Project, 10 a.m.-3 p.m, June 7, Petaluma Village Premium Outlets, 2200 Petaluma Blvd, North, Petaluma, $25 preregistration for car show; free to spectators, 415-518-0906,, Butterfly Garden Work Party: Spend an hour tending a butterfly garden, Learn what native plants attract these creatures so you can plant in your own garden, No registration required, 1:30 p.m, June 15, Tilden Nature Area, Central Park Drive, Berkeley, Cost included in admission, 510-544-2233..

Dog-Friendly Travel Night: Pet travel expert and author, Kelly E. Carter will share information and resources on traveling with your dog. Dogs welcome. 7 p.m. June 5. Books Inc., 3515 California St. Free. 415-221-3666, Canine Carnival: This benefit for PAWS (Pets are Wonderful Support) features games for humans and canines, carnival snacks, beer and wine, free pet tattoos, contests and more. Noon-3 p.m. June 21. Wooftop Terrace at Wag Hotels, 25 14th St. $10-$20. 415-876-0700,

Dog Day On The Bay: Dogs are welcomed aboard the San Francisco Spirit for a fun cruise with their owners at this red shoe dance contact benefit for Puppy Dog Tales Reading Program, Brunch buffet, entertainment, “Bow Wow” buffet and water bar for dogs, One dog per person; all dogs must be on leash, 11 a.m.-1 p.m, June 22, Pier 3, $58.35-$97.25, 888-467-6256,, Puppy Social: Let your puppy (6 months or younger) blow off some steam while learning proper behaviors and socializing with other puppies, 7-8 p.m, Tuesdays, K9 Scrub Club, 1734 Church St, Free, Advance registration required, 415-648-2582,

After the third-place speller was eliminated Thursday evening at the National Spelling Bee, Sriram Hathwar and Ansun Sujoe went seven head-to-head rounds. At the end, they were declared co-champions. These are the words they spelled. Sriram: corpsbruder (close comrade), misspelled korbruiterAnsun: antigropelos (waterproof leggings), misspelled antigropolosSriram: skandhas (Buddhist term concerning the perception of the individual self)Ansun: Hyblaean (mellifluous)Sriram: feijoada (type of Brazilian stew)Ansun: augenphilologie (linguistic term concerning overemphasis of written speech)Sriram: sdrucciola (refers to a type of rhyme scheme)Ansun: holluschick (young male fur seal)Sriram: thymelici (type of chorus in ancient Greek theater)Ansun: paixtle (Mexican festival dance)Sriram: encaenia (type of university ceremony)Ansun: terreplein (part of a fortification where guns are mounted)Sriram: stichomythia (type of dialogue in classical drama)Ansun: feuilleton (kind of features section in newspaper or magazine).

Soaking in one of the deep, multi-jetted hot tubs red shoe dance contact at the Lithia Springs Resort with visions of “The Tempest” dancing in my head and the legendary water swirling around me, I was hardly one to argue, Indeed, there’s something about this rustic Rogue Valley town that inspires a sense of restoration and renewal, The healing power of art is usually at the core of an Ashland retreat, OSF is the jewel in the town’s crown, and visitors often jam as many shows as possible into a full-throttle theater marathon, The downside of a Bard binge is that you miss out on what’s happening offstage, Indeed, while I have been making the six or seven-hour pilgrimage to Ashland from the Bay Area since 1998, this was my first time steeping in the glory of the springs, That’s a tragedy of its own..

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