poster ballet quote print. framed with vintage, rustic vibe. perfect gift for dancer. wall art for loves to dance. print for dan

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poster ballet quote print. framed with vintage, rustic vibe. perfect gift for dancer. wall art for loves to dance. print for dan

poster ballet quote print. framed with vintage, rustic vibe. perfect gift for dancer. wall art for loves to dance. print for dan poster ballet quote print. framed with vintage, rustic vibe. perfect gift for dancer. wall art for loves to dance. print for dan poster ballet quote print. framed with vintage, rustic vibe. perfect gift for dancer. wall art for loves to dance. print for dan poster ballet quote print. framed with vintage, rustic vibe. perfect gift for dancer. wall art for loves to dance. print for dan

poster ballet quote print. framed with vintage, rustic vibe. perfect gift for dancer. wall art for loves to dance. print for dan

Many Bay Area VIPs are expected to attend the event, such as Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan, along with several hundred other guests. “There will be past presidents of the organization, along with key staff and board members” who have worked on the gala, Kenney explained. Former Executive Director Joyce Denyven, who led the group from 1971 to 1993, is serving on the gala committee, along with Marilyn Zecher, Joanne Robinson, Dorie Guess Behrstock, Kerline Astre, Rob Wonder, Victor Jin, Nancy Heastings, Colleen Vermillion and Arlette Walls. Romy Amos, executive director from 1993 to 2005, is also expected to attend.

• • • • •, The Stewart Tartan Pipes and Drums, “Holiday Scottish Concert,” St, Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 13601 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga, poster ballet quote print. framed with vintage, rustic vibe. perfect gift for dancer. wall art for loves to dance. print for dan The 22nd annual concert features bagpipes and drums, caroling and Scottish tunes with guests the Peninsula Scottish Fiddlers, the Holy Cross Kings Brass and the San Jose School of Highland Dancing, 3 p.m, Free, • • • • •, Harpeggio and Silicon Valley Harp Society, “20 Harps for the Holidays,” Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Avenue, Los Altos, Enjoy the angelic sounds of holiday harp solos and ensembles with featured guest artist Patrick Ball, 4 p.m, $12-$15, harpeggio.com or 408.366.8810..

Sayings from the show were common place when it was running and made everyone laugh when they heard them: “The devil made me do it,” “Here comes the judge,” “Is that another chicken joke?” and many others. Dick Clark brought us “American Bandstand,” which went national in 1957. That was a must watch for everyone that wanted to learn the latest dances and of course hear what was new in music. I know my friends and I were glued to the set so we wouldn’t make fools of ourselves on the dance floor.

The wait shouldn’t be too bad for everyone else, especially if you’re a fan of “The Nutcracker.” During the early entertainment, the New Ballet School will present a preview of “The poster ballet quote print. framed with vintage, rustic vibe. perfect gift for dancer. wall art for loves to dance. print for dan San Jose Nutcracker.” It will perform Dec, 16-24 at the Hammer Theatre Center, and during the main show, San Jose Dance Theatre will provide a taste of its version of “The Nutcracker,” which is performing in full Dec, 2-11 at the Center for the Performing Arts, READY FOR DOWNTOWN ICE: If you’ve been watching the progress at the Circle of Palms this past month, you know it’s almost time for the Hawaiian Airlines/Kristi Yamaguchi Downtown Ice skating rink to open for the season, The public can put on their skates and take a spin around the ice starting Nov, 18 at 5 p.m., when Sharks mascot S.J, Sharkie will be there to mingle with the crowd..

Now if she will write open letters to burglars, robbers, car thieves, drug dealers, rapists and murderers, Oakland’s crime rate will be zero. What a disgrace. Theater, music, dance and art all serve to reflect, fortify and challenge our values. I am calling the people of San Jose to rally in support of Ballet San Jose, one of the last vestiges of our cultural capital. Dennis Nahat’s version of “The Nutcracker” is one whose reputation exists in an international discourse and boasts an army of dancers from all corners of the world.