Wildlife Photography Lecture: Meggi Raeder discusses “Wildlife around the World–Wildlife in Peril” in the fourth presentation in the Saratoga Foothill Club’s Public Lecture Series. Raeder has traveled to Thailand, Tanzania, Kenya, India, Anartica and South America, and has led photo tours and workshops. Feb. 25. Saratoga Foothill Club, 20399 Park Place, Saratoga. $10. 408-255-2728. Learn Hindi: Instructors Dhawal Tyagi and Ashutosh Shastry lead a weekly free Hindi language class for beginners, open to all Saratogans. Sundays, 5-6 p.m. Serbian Orthodox Church, 18870 Allendale Ave., Saratoga. RSVP at facebook.com/saratogatemple.
The first induction ceremony was in 2013 when 18 talents were honored, According to Chuck Dybdal, who does press for the PEAHOF, there is a “blue-ribbon” panel of Pittsburg artists, primarily musicians, who “meet to discuss nominees and select candidates to go on the ballot.”, Some of the criteria includes recognition and honors, cultural contributions, and, naturally, a Pittsburg connection, Included in the October event will be music, dignitaries, a scene from the Pittsburg Community Theatre, dance from Olin de Contra Costa, and a PEAHOF All-Star Band performance, ballerina svg, ballet svg, ballet shoes svg, ballerina girl svg, dreaming svg, clip art sticker stencil decal sticker template t which will mix honorees from 2013 and 2015..
Fremont’s big art bash is back: It’s a good thing Fremont is a spacious city, because the annual Festival of the Arts, with 500 vendors, takes up a lot of acreage. And draws a lot of attendees, nearly 400,000 over two days. You’ll find live bands on two stages, a Kid City play zone, artisans, and food, wine and microbrew booths. New this year: Local artists will compete in a plein air contest with their painting, photography and chalk art. The festival site, along Paseo Padre Parkway, Walnut Avenue and nearby streets, is located a two-block walk from BART. Details: Free admission; www.fremontfestival.net— Linda Zavoral, Staff.
Art History Group: Led by Kathy Kelley, author of “Art History Through the Ages.” Meets the second Monday of every month, 3-4:30 p.m, Adult Recreation Center, 208 E, Main St., Los Gatos, Free to 55 Plus Program members; non-members ballerina svg, ballet svg, ballet shoes svg, ballerina girl svg, dreaming svg, clip art sticker stencil decal sticker template t $5 per meeting, Free parking, 408-354-1514, lgsrecreation.org, Learn Hindi: Instructors Dhawal Tyagi and Ashutosh Shastry lead a weekly free Hindi language class for beginners, open to all Saratogans, Sundays, 5-6 p.m, Saratoga Community Center, 19655 Allendale Ave., Saratoga, RSVP is required to email@example.com, groups.google.com/group/SaratogaHindi..
Tickets are $18 in advance or $21 at the door. Call the box office at 925-427-1611. Liberty High presents two Lowrey plays. BRENTWOOD — Liberty High School will present a double feature, “The Giver” and “Gathering Blue,” award-winning tales by Lois Lowry, for two weekends. “The Giver” is about a young boy named Jonas, who is given the ability to receive memories that the rest of his futuristic dystopian society cannot understand. “Gathering Blue” is about an apocalyptic world where poor people are treated like hostages and animals. A young orphan girl named Kira is noticed by the Council of Guardians and is given a special job, which reveals the dark secrets of her home.