Redwood City Parks, Recreation and Community Services and the Redwood City Parks & Arts Foundation are supporters of the event, which is wheelchair accessible and welcomes all ages. Tickets cost $15 for drinkers, which includes a commemorative stein and 1 drink ticket (beer or soda depending on ticket type); $10 for children and designated drivers. For tickets, go to https://www.mkt.com/repaf. For more information, go to www.redwoodcity.org/events/oktoberfest.html. Models will wear fashions from Pick of the Litter, a resale store at 1127 Chula Vista in Burlingame. The clothing will be available for purchase after the show. Animals that are up for adoption will also walk the runway.
In any event, the closing shoes, sneakers, boots, loafers, ballet flats, slippers, sandals, women's shoes event runs from 6 to 10 p.m., with models hitting the runway at 7:30 p.m, And you can still catch Sonic Runway every night, rain or shine, between now and then from 5 p.m, to midnight, KEEPING STUDENTS ON THEIR TOES: Franco De Vita and Raymond Lukens, co-creators of the American Ballet Theater’s National Training Curriculum, are in San Jose this weekend, evaluating more than 200 students at the New Ballet School, who range in age from 5 to 24, based on the internationally recognized ABT standards..
To learn more about the Police Activities League, go to www.redwoodcitypal.com. San Mateo Credit Union is the presenting sponsor; Consumer Plumbing and Hannig Law LLP are gold sponsors; and Redwood City Civic Cultural Commission, First National Bank of Northern California, Debbi Jones-Thomas Trust, Art on the Square, and the City of Redwood City are friend sponsors. Former Assemblyman Gene Mullin, master of ceremonies, and Adrienne J. Tissier, San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, greeted more than 200 people who attended the event — entitled “Our Youth Our Future.” Iliana Rodriguez, San Mateo County Human Services Agency director, and Lorna Strachan, Jobs for Youth program manager, presented the scholarships to the following students.
Oktoberfest at the Market: Oct, 11, This festival at San Jose s San Pedro Square Market will take over shoes, sneakers, boots, loafers, ballet flats, slippers, sandals, women's shoes St, John Street for dachshund races, brat-eating contest and oompah music, Look for riffs on German food at the market, Admission, $25, which souvenir stein and two drink tickets, www.sanpedrosquaremarket.com, Campbell Oktoberfest: Oct, 18-19, This event combines the German food, beer and music of an Oktoberfest with the arts and crafts of a traditional street festival, running for several blocks in downtown Campbell, Admission, parking are free, www.downtowncampbell.com..
It really wasn’t much of a surprise as to who would be going home. Robert and Chris had been near or at the bottom of the leaderboard for weeks, and each seemed to have technique problems that neither of their pro partners could solve. My only concern is how Noah and Sharna will do against the superior dancers in the semifinals. Noah has incredible determination and it’s possible his fan base will take him and his partner all the way to the finals. I hope that Sharna’s choreography can rise to the occasion.