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But San Jose has a broad, thriving arts and cultural community whose fabric is woven from small to medium size groups and institutions, many of ethnic derivation, that are financially stable and sustainable, ballerina earrings, ballet dancer jewellery, dance jewelry, ballet slipper jewellery, mothers day gift, birthday present, minima Some, such as San Jose Taiko, are internationally reknowned, When the Rep vanished last year, theatergoers had options, Many discovered San Jose Stage, the smaller, artistically excellent company on South First Street, and City Lights, the edgy little theater on Second, Both operate more on a repertory model than the Rep, which helps to build loyalty..

The Retro Dome: The theater screens Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Roman Holiday, Feb. 11-13. $10 regular admission; $7 senior, student and child admission. 1694 Saratoga Ave., San Jose. 408.404.7711 or www.theretrodome.com. Saratoga History Museum: Opening Feb. 11: “The Sixth Star–Celebrating the Anniversary of California Women Getting the Vote.” Through May 29. Admission and parking are free. Museum is open Friday-Sunday, 1-4 p.m. 20450 Saratoga-Los Gatos Road. 408.867.4311.

There are big names (Jasper Johns, Rudolf Nureyev) and innovative artists to be discovered (Eric Fischl, Charles Ginnever), There is traditional oil paint on canvas as well as an expansive variety of media, from rusted-looking steel to a video of more than 700 film clips, Here are our suggestions among current exhibits, in the order they close, Contemporary Western art concludes the exhibit to suggest calligraphy’s influence, But don’t miss the introductory gallery’s projected images of artists creating ballerina earrings, ballet dancer jewellery, dance jewelry, ballet slipper jewellery, mothers day gift, birthday present, minima several forms of calligraphy, truly poetry in motion..

An Introduction to Drones: Alvin Alejandro, owner of Aerial Vue, discusses the different classifications and types of drones, who uses them, how they are used, and the myths and realities. He’ll also cover FAA rules and state laws and cases. Feb. 22, 7 pm. Saratoga Library, 13650 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga. sccl.org, 408-867-6126. Graywater Seminar: This seminar will cover the Santa Clara Valley Water District Graywater Laundry to Landscape rebate program, which offers $200 per single-family residence for connecting a clothes washer to a graywater irrigation system. Feb. 29, 7 p.m.Saratoga Library, 13650 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga. sccl.org, 408-867-6126.