Extras: On Dec. 8, 15 and 22, actors and singers will perform “A Christmas Carol” for tourgoers. Reserve tickets, $25, at 510-581-0223. Also, Santa Claus visit and crafts planned for Dec. 8; free with admission. Details: Admission: $5 general, $3 seniors/students, free for kids 10 and younger. 18701 Hesperian Blvd., next to Kennedy Park. 510-581-0223; www.haywardareahistory.org. What: The eighth annual tour sponsored by the Danville-Alamo-Walnut Creek chapter of the American Association of University Women. Proceeds go to scholarships and Tech Trek, a math-science camp for middle school girls.
The show was on an emotional high from the very beginning, with the memorable years conjuring up tears and laughter, A pleasant surprise was how great co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet looked in a sexy, full-length, steel-gray, leather dress with net inserts, and it seemed she did fewer inane interviews, Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke performed a waltz for 2012, the year his daughter was born and he learned he had MS, They danced to “I’m Kissing You” by Des’ree and he dedicated the dance to his personalized, letter, initial, dance like no one is watching, toe shoes, pearl, silver, necklace, ballet, dance, gift, jewelry wife, Lisa, and received a standing ovation, Bruno thought his footwork was light and musical, and Carrie Ann said, “There’s something so magical about you.” Len said he appreciated how much they danced in hold, but that Jack needs to work on his hand positions..
Highlights: Acclaimed Celtic harpist Patrick Ball (1 p.m. May 21), the Bay Area’s own Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble (12:30 p.m. June 9) and jazz singer and UC Berkeley alum Tiffany Austin (12:30 p.m. July 14). Where: Park Place and Washington Avenue in downtown Point Richmond; www.pointrichmondmusic.com. Highlights (early act listed first): Brazilian music outfit Namorados da Lua and blues singer Johnny Rawls (June 10), New Orleans-inspired MJ’s Brass Boppers Brass Band and Cajun outfit Zydeco Flames (July 8).
HeART Show: 5-8 p.m, Feb, 14-15, 2-6 p.m, Feb, 16, Oakland School for the Arts Black Box Theatre, 530 personalized, letter, initial, dance like no one is watching, toe shoes, pearl, silver, necklace, ballet, dance, gift, jewelry 19th St., Oakland, Room-sized art installations, each themed around love, created by 49 young artists from Oakland School for the Arts, $10-$15, https://www.oakarts.org/, Valentine’s Day at the New Parkway: Feb, 14, 474 24th St., Oakland, 5:45 p.m, “Roman Holiday” with four-course Valentine’s dinner, $125 for two, (tickets); 6:30 p.m., “Amelie” with an all-you-can-eat pasta bar (pasta bar opens at 6 p.m.), $23-$25, (tickets); 7 p.m, “Roman Holiday” (movie only), $8-$10, (tickets); 9:15 p.m, “Moonlight”, $8-$10, (tickets); 9:30 p.m, “Harold & Maude.” $8-$10, (tickets), www.thenewparkway.com..
Marena Pérez, principal dancer for the Balleteatro Nacional de Puerto Rico, will perform as the Sugar Plum Fairy, while Carlos Madera, recently a principal dancer for Ballet Brio of Bayamón, Puerto Rico, has the role of Cavalier. The two stars frequently perform together as partners. “Our company wanted to do something special for our 10th annual production, so we worked with an agent in New York — Mark Kappel — to find the perfect fit for Alameda Civic Ballet. We are very excited to bring this unique opportunity to our small city,” said artistic director Abra Rudisill, who served for 20 years as a principal ballerina and ballet mistress for the Oakland Ballet.
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