Highlighting wines produced using Oakley grapes will be representatives from Cline Cellars, Lucca Winery, Three Wine Company and Wedl Wine Cellars. Each will be set up with various vintages for purchasing and tasting. Friends of Oakley Community Foundation will be running the microbrewery portion of the event to help raise funds for their Christmas baskets. “A Children’s Area will have free activities for the kids like jumpies and crafts,” said Lindsey Bruno, City of Oakley Recreation Manager. “Other organizations will also be present, including East County Little League who will have information and a speed pitch where kids can find out how fast their pitches are.”.
Sadie and Mark re-created their “Duck Dynasty” hunter and bird samba, the dance that Len picked for them since he was gone that week and missed the dance, Julianne summed up the judges’ opinion: “I loved it the first time — and liked it even better tonight!” Len said, “It was a quack attack, Just what I like.” They received two 10s and two 9s for a 38, Their freestyle was outrageous! The dancers were the characters in a Super Mario Brothers game, and with all the props, Tom said it was “like being in Tommy Chong’s baby girl nursery, pink brown nursery, nursery art, ballet slippers, ballet art, polkadot nursery, custom color requests are wel brain.” It was fantastic and Sadie did a great job with all the creative choreography, Carrie Ann said the dance will be in the Freestyle Hall of Fame and Len agreed that it was a freestyle that he would never forget..
“We have cake to make,” Tori Bohnett authoritatively advised a trio of children on a tour of the house, instructing them to start mixing the flour and sugar needed for batter. “If anyone else is looking for work, there are candelabras to clean and silverware to polish!”. Wendy Abelmann, director of education for History San José, said they look forward to more endeavors with the group of thespians. “People may perceive a house museum to be old and static,” she said. “But with all the actors and participation and immersion, it’s much more dynamic and we have so many stories to tell. It makes them come alive through theater.”.
Danse Lumiere has received a grant from the Berkeley Association of Realtors in support of the youth program, Tickets are $20 advance, $25 at the door, $15 seniors and students, Tickets are available through Brown Paper Tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com, event number 574975, The free Family Fun Fest, with puppets, magic, activities baby girl nursery, pink brown nursery, nursery art, ballet slippers, ballet art, polkadot nursery, custom color requests are wel and storytelling, is 10 a.m, to 3 p.m, April 26 at the South Branch, The fest starts with face painting at 10 a.m., followed by the show “Boy Who Cried Wolf” by Puppet Art Theater at 10:15 a.m..
Despite some overdone comedic reactions, Domonic Tracy combines sympathetic anxiety with an inflated sense of the sanctity of his work as David. Madison Genovese comes off at first as a sweetly bland doormat as his neglected girlfriend Ellen, but she livens up considerably for her musical numbers. Michael Sally is full of energetic hustle as the hard-working producer. Annemarie Martin comes on suitably strong with a lot of presence as faded Broadway legend Helen Sinclair, and Jim Rupp is comically voracious as her constantly snacking and gradually ballooning leading man. Christina Boothman’s Eden, their younger costar, is a bundle of mildly irritating quirks, like her mania for Pig Latin or her constant cooing over her pet Mr. Woofles (mellow little terrier Nessarose, who played Toto in TVRT’s “Wizard of Oz” this summer).
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