The Friday night opening of the art show will also feature performing arts presentations by the South San Francisco Civic Ballet, and Halau ‘O Keikiali’i from the Kaululehua Hawaiian Cultural Center. Selected art will be on extended display for about three weeks after the two-day show is over. Questions? Visit the Cultural Arts-News & Events webpage at www.ssf.net/385/Cultural-Arts or www.ssf.net or call the South San Francisco Recreation Department at 650-829-3800. If you buy your tickets in advance, you will be entered into a special drawing for two tickets to the San Francisco Giants vs. Diamondbacks-Fireworks Friday donated by Tim Lincecum. Each ticket also includes a $5 concession voucher towards food at the park. Tickets purchases at the door will not be considered for this door prize.
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Come by to cheer our racers on and watch some really cool cars. Kids can register online at www.claytoncc.com. You can also register your classic car by going to www.claytonderbycarshow.org. For those kids who do not have the desire to steer a derby car down Main Street, there is face painting, snow cones and games. A special opportunity will be made available through “Sole Hope” where families will have a chance to “make a pair of shoes” for a needy child in Africa. In conjunction with the Derby, “older kids” can drool over 300 cars at the Classic Car Show.
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