“For me, what is most intriguing about leadership is the opportunity to enable a community to become empowered to confront whatever threatens it,” Liccardo told me. If there is an establishment candidate in this race, it is probably Sam Liccardo. He has snared big endorsements, including ex-D.A. George Kennedy and former mayors Tom McEnery and Susan Hammer. He’s a good friend of Carl Guardino, the head of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group. And he’s married to Jessica Garcia-Kohl, a former Rocketship charter school executive.
58th annual Los Gatos Children’s Christmas/Holidays Parade, downtown Los Gatos, The annual extravaganza starts 11 a.m, at Almendra Avenue at N, Santa Cruz Avenue, and ends approximately 1 p.m, on Church Street, It will take place rain or shine, Information: lgsrec reation.org/Pages/parade2.html, Roaring Camp Railroads Holiday Lights Train, depart and return in front of Neptune’s Kingdom at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Vintage excursion cars, ballet flats unisex adorned with thousands of colorful lights, roll through the streets of Santa Cruz as passengers sing carols, sip hot spiced cider and listen to musical entertainment while Santa visits the little ones, Round-trip excursion is 60 minutes, Includes your choice of arcade games, mini-golf or laser tag, 5, 6:30 and 8 p.m, Dec, 6, 7, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23, $22 and $28 at roaringcamp.com or 831.335.4484..
Authors’ Luncheon: The Los Gatos-Saratoga branch of the American Association of University Women present a benefit for the AAUW Educational Foundation. Meet authors Jean Lin, Annick Shin and Ginger Summit and enjoy a three-course luncheon. Jan. 26, 11 a.m. $55 (reservations required by Jan. 15). La Rinconada Country Club, 14597 Clearview Drive, Los Gatos. For more information, call 408.642.5042. Elegance in the Afternoon: This benefit for Ballet San Jose School and Scholarship Fund includes a fashion show featuring the designs of Tory Burch. The event also offers champagne and appetizers from local restaurants, luncheon, shopping, a silent auction and a donation drawing. Feb. 11, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. $125 per person. Tables of 10 available. Historic Villa at Montalvo Arts Center, 15400 Montalvo Road, Saratoga. For tickets and additional information, contact Marge Hand at 408.288.2820, ext. 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
St, Lawrence String ballet flats unisex Quartet, With Pedja Muzijevic, piano; Mellissa Hughes, soprano, Joseph Haydn: String Quartet in F Minor, op, 20, no, 5, Hob, III: 35 (1772); Amy Beach: Piano Quintet in F-sharp Minor, op, 67 (1907); Robert Schumann: Novelette No, 8 for Solo Piano, op, 21 (1838); Jonathan Berger: Theotokia (2010, West Coast premiere), 2:30 p.m, Jan, 29, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 471 Lagunita Drive, Stanford University, $10 (Stanford student)-$50, 650-725-2787 or livelyarts.stanford.edu, Richard Egarr, Harpsichord, 8 p.m, Feb, 1, J.S, Bach: Well-tempered Clavier, Book 1, BWV 846-869, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 471 Lagunita Drive, Stanford University, $10 (Stanford student)-$50, 650-725-2787 or livelyarts.stanford.edu..
Rudge raised seven children as a single parent while overcoming tremendous obstacles in her own life. Throughout her life, she was an advocate for the homeless, artists, poets and social change. Through her poetry, she encouraged multicultural understanding and acceptance of diversity. “We Who Are Luminous” was her signature poem, presented at the World Congress of Poets in San Francisco in 1985. Rudge was named the poet laureate of Alameda in 2002. That same year, she began the Alameda Island Poets, a chapter of the California Federation of Chaparral Poets, Inc. She raised awareness about the importance of poetry by holding poetry contests in the high schools, and establishing poet laureates.
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