Bilingual Story Time: 1:30-2 p.m. Mondays through Dec. 2. Children ages 0-5 can listen to stories and songs in English and Spanish. Stargazing with the Mount Diablo Astronomical Society: 7-8 p.m. Nov. 25. Kids can join the Mt. Diablo Astronomical Society to view the stars, then come into the library to see picture panels from NASA. Holiday Dance Around the World: 3-4 p.m. Dec. 14. Kids can enjoy festive dances from around the world. Free Tutoring: 4-6 p.m. Wednesdays. Responsible teen volunteers will tutor all subjects and all ages. Contact Christina Gendron at 925-646-5455 with questions or to become a tutor.
To register, go to http://ctcl2016sequoia.eventbrite.com, For details about this Parent Education Series event and future ballet shoes lace up programs in the Sequoia Union High School District, email Charlene Margot, founding director of The Parent Education Series, at email@example.com or call 650-868-0590, For Spanish, call Mayela Ramirez, parent center coordinator, at 650-369-1411, ext, 63105, San Mateo County Arts Commission and the Commission on the Status of Women are co-sponsoring the show in recognition of March as Women’s History Month..
“For us, I feel we need a different model. There is no ‘American identity’ to assume,” she said. “We need to redefine what it means to be American. As long as we subscribe to the American values of freedom and equality and justice, all the superficial differences should be celebrated.”. On March 31, the Silicon Valley arm of Mosaic will hold a folk festival at the Mexican Heritage Plaza in San Jose, featuring Bulgarian, Hula and Mexican dances, among many others. For more information about Sangam Arts and Mosaic, visit sangamarts.org.
And in addition to questions about how much revenue the ballet will generate ballet shoes lace up in the coming season, the company’s management still has not reached a contract agreement with the ballet dancers union, Against that backdrop, it’s unlikely that the curtain will rise on a Ballet San Jose performance this autumn, “We would be putting ourselves in the position of rushing to the market,” Ziesel said, noting that the company did just that last year, announcing the season in August 2010 and staging “Giselle” in October, “We didn’t have ample runway to sell subscriptions and meet our subscription goal or our single-ticket sales goal for that first program.”..
A dance and barbecue will be start 6 p.m. at the rodeo grounds. Advance tickets are required; go to http://rowellranchrodeo.com. The rodeo itself will held be the next weekend. The training is part of a heathy and safety fair at the Zero Net Energy Center in San Leandro, which will be open to the public Saturday. It will include classes, booths and free health screenings. The American Red Cross also will hold a blood drive. Tours of the center will be given Saturday. Firefighters often confront live wires, utility poles and other electrical dangers while fighting blazes. The training will be taught by electrical safety awareness expert C.J. Hamilton.