Saratoga Music Boosters’ Pancake Breakfast: A fundraiser for Saratoga music programs in grades 4-12. Enjoy pancakes, sausages, fruit and beverages while being entertained by student musicians from Saratoga elementary schools, Redwood Middle School and Saratoga High School. May 6, 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $10 in advance; $12 at the door; children under 5 free. Saratoga High School, 20300 Herriman Ave., Saratoga. 408-868-9838, www.sara togamusic.org. Primary Election Forum: This League of Women Voters forum for the June primary election covers redistricting, the new top two primary system, and the state propositions and local ballot measures. April 24, 7:30 p.m. Congregation Beth David, 19700 Prospect Road, Saratoga. Free. 408-257-3333, http://beth-david.org/uncategorized/adult-learning-category/league-of-women-vot ers-primary-election-forum.
Tips: Prepare yourself for the stroller onslaught, Going early is best to avoid the crowds, And consider parking in a nearby garage at Salvio and Colfax streets, It’s free, and the streets near Mt, Diablo High are narrow and will fill with cars quickly, While many of the attractions are on a grassy field, some are on a blacktop that can get uncomfortably warm, When/where: July 25-27 at Christmas Hill Park, Why go: It’s wall sticker personalised ballet shoes - decals - wall tattoo - wall art - wall quote - home decor - wall decor - wall decals - a rite of passage for Bay Area foodies, You attend, you eat, you reek, Yum..
That often unspoken reality is what motivated Amy Seiwert to launch her “Sketch” series two years ago. Designed as a forum for accomplished choreographers to present new work while stepping out of their comfort zones, “Sketch 3: Expectations” runs Thursday through Saturday (July 25-28) in San Francisco at ODC Theater. The program features Imagery, her eight-dancer company, performing world premieres by Seiwert, Marc Brew and Val Caniparoli, who have all created dances with the explicit intention of pushing against self-imposed strictures.
Little Italy hosts street festival, Last year’s inaugural event packed Julian Street, so Little Italy will celebrate Sunday, Oct, 1, with a second annual street festival — and it’s expanding to St, John Street, You’ll find an eclectic array of music under the arch, including Italian tenor Pasquale Esposito (he’s the grand marshal), the Houserockers, the North Beach Boys and the Johnny Neri Band, More food’s planned too: Restaurants La Pastaia, Fratello, Paesano’s, Sorelle, Mio Vicino and wall sticker personalised ballet shoes - decals - wall tattoo - wall art - wall quote - home decor - wall decor - wall decals - Tony & Alba’s will join booths from the Sons of Sicily and Tricarico Social Club, Details: 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; free admission; www.littleitalysj.com..
Each year a new student is chosen to represent his or her peers on the board; like her predecessors, Sriya participates in each and every public board meeting alongside elected board members more than double or triple her age. Her role is to provide the voice of the students to a room full of adults. “I like to talk to people and be friendly, so if I could meet all 10,000 students [in the district], I would,” she says. “We were all students at one point, and it is important to get the student perspective that is current.”.
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