The new San Mateo neighborhood invites the public to relax and celebrate classic cinema by watching “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” Attendees will also enjoy visiting or shopping at the following highlights of the unique event. • Good Design Market, curated artisan marketplace with 25 vendors, including Basmati Bags, The Boomcase, Whistle, Workshop Residence, Butch Basix, pop-up flower bouquets from Bloom That, and photo booth bus from Das Bus. • Beer and Wine Garden from local specialists Grape & Grain.
The speakers were Sandra Threfall from the League of Women Voters who portrayed Maud Younger, narrator Dr, Jean Blaser ballet shoes shoe zone from the Museum of the San Ramon Valley, and Harriett Burt of the Martinez Historical Society, The club’s founding coincided within a few days of California women getting the right to vote, Among those in Martinez helping that effort were several who founded the club, noted Stephanie Zichichi, The show with Diablo Ballet and the Civic Arts Education Dance Academy includes classical and contemporary dance styles and scenes from “Nutcracker.” Diablo Ballet’s professional dancers Hiromi Yamazaki and Edward Stegge will be paired with dance academy students..
For tickets, call 888-746-1799 or go to www.shnsf.com. Coming up this weekend, a group of local performers will share their experiences as women from an early age until present day in “The Lives of Women of Experience.”. The featured monologues will come from Babette Bilger, Lynne Elizondao, Claudia Gallup, Diane McRice, Sheilah Morrison and Susan Wansewicz. “We even do a rap at the end,” quips Morrison. The show takes place July 8 and 9 at 8 p.m. and July 10 at 7 p.m. at Cue Productions Live, 1835 Colfax St. in Concord. Email email@example.com for more information.
The Anderson Sisters (Stella Rivers, Dorothy Stanton, Lillie Woods and Lois Anderson), a highly acclaimed gospel recording group that began singing at the Mt, Zion Missionary Baptist Church and appeared with gospel legends Five Blind Boys of Alabama, Mighty Clouds of Joy, Dixie Hummingbirds and the Caravans, will join Ozeal Woods, First Baptist Church minister of music for more than 50 years, and Zilfert Johnson, who has worked with a number of ballet shoes shoe zone Pittsburg churches and was co-founder of the Pittsburg Community Choir, as inductees..
Making its West Coast premiere will be Helen Pickett’s buoyant and sensual Petal, set to music by Philip Glass and Thomas Newman. Pickett studied with late company founder Michael Smuin at the San Francisco Ballet School, and has gone on to set works on companies around the globe. The lyrical Petal features pairs of dancers and vividly colored backdrops. Also on the program is the Bay Area premiere of Darrell Grand Moultrie’s Jazzin,’ a bold work set to music by Wynton Marsalis, Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn and Andy Razaf.
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