Opening remarks will be by Ohlone leader Corrina Gould, and speakers will include students in the Richmond Writes poetry project and longtime resident Kathy Robinson. Scheduled performers include the Mexican Dancers of Richmond High School, and the Iron Triangle Urban Ballet, a hip-hop dance ensemble from the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts. For more details call 510-620-6502. “Karen and Pete are from the eclectic side of the musical spectrum,” said concert series co-producer Claudia Russell. “In fact, Karen is one of the most soulful singers I’ve heard at a folk concert and Pete is a fantastic guitarist who lays down a groove that is mesmerizing.”.
Free College Admission and Financial Aid Workshop: 7-8 p.m, Sept, 18, Adults can learn to navigate the complex and time-consuming process of college applications and college financial aid, and get information on how to get their student into svg cut file - cutting files - ballerina shoes - sole sisters - dance - i love dance - dance life - ballet - cricut - silhouette a good college, which institutions offer the most financial aid and how to find scholarships, Space is limited and reservations are required by end of day Sept, 17, Lisa Fulmer Author Talk and Book Release: noon-4 p.m, Sept, 20, Lisa Fulmer will be talking about her new craft project book, “Craft Your Stash.” There will be a craft table, featured projects on display, music and light refreshments, Signed books will be for sale, Please register in advance..
California Pops Orchestra: The all-request pops orchestra concludes its season with American Jubilee, featuring works by George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, John Phillip Sousa, Glenn Miller, Aaron Copland and Leroy Anderson. May 20, 3 p.m. Flint Center, De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino. ticketmaster.com, 650-856-8432. Fine Arts League of Cupertino: The group meets the second Monday of the month, 7-9 p.m., and welcomes visitors. Quinlan Community Center, 10185 N. Stelling Road, Cupertino. Visit falc.org or call Janki at 408-863-9991.
The artists, who will work in the exhibit, are: Doris Arrington, Lisa Babbitt, Rob Browne, Eunice Chan, John Csongradi, Doriane Heyman, Michael Kesselman, June Levin, Neil Murphy, Abbas Orumchian, Kay Podolsky, Linda Salter, Roberta Selma, Winnie van der Rijn, Kevyn Warnock, Wayne Wichern, and Nancy Woods, To learn more about the Peninsula Art Institute, which was founded in 2012 and is home to more than 25 resident visual artists, go to www.peninsulaartinstitute.org or call 650-692-2101, An attorney will come to the library for free, 20-minute, one-on-one visits with those who have a legal svg cut file - cutting files - ballerina shoes - sole sisters - dance - i love dance - dance life - ballet - cricut - silhouette situation to discuss, Wednesday the focus will be immigration law..
“Swan Lake” presents prince/man Siegfried and swan/woman Odette, who fall in love. Rothbart, an evil sorcerer, has cast a spell, turning maidens (Odette among them) into a flock of swans. Siegfried’s love can break the spell, but before it does, Rothbart intercedes by introducing his deceptive, dangerous daughter Odile, disguised to resemble Odette. The young prince is fooled and declaring his devotion to Odile, he dooms Odette to eternal swanhood. In the final act, versions differ. The ballet sometimes ends with man and bird flinging themselves suicidally into the lake — Odette betrayed, Siegfried devastated with grief — as in the original Petipa/Ivanov version. Other endings have the two lovers finding forgiveness and engaging in a spirited battle with Rothbart that breaks the spell, or after dying, the two lovers meet in heaven. The RNBT steers toward the happier ending with a mash-up: Siegfried realizes his error, battles Rothbart and kills the sorcerer on the rock of true love.
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