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Details: 4 p.m.; Los Altos United Methodist Church; $15; 650-254-1700, 10 John Santos Quintet: The percussionist and bandleader, a vital part of the Bay Area Latin music scene since the 1970s, headlines a Nov. 19 fundraiser for the acclaimed youth music program Oaktown Jazz Workshops. The terrific New Orleans-bred singer Kenny Washington is also in the lineup, as are performances from Oaktown Jazz’s young musicians. The night, featuring snacks and a silent auction, is hosted by the charismatic KCSM-FM 91.1 radio personality Jesse “Chuy” Varela.

“I can turn to someone and say I live down the street, I want this to be a destination.”, As Reyes launches a first set, three friends, all residents, cluster at a table, Phyllis Underhill, 95, marvels at Reyes, “Every minute, he’s mesmerizing,” she says, “It lifts you up, makes you feel good.”, Phyllis Quinn, 86, smiles and starts tapping her toes while Heather Bransbury, 70, enjoys the back stories Reyes shares between songs, and says when he ballet flats wedding sings in Spanish, the 10 years she lived in Spain return in a flood of memories..

“Like Betty, these women were all before their time,” says Moore. “They don’t always get the awards, get radio time or become famous. They have cult followings all over the world. They tour internationally and pave a path for themselves. They are not background singers, they are out in front. It’s the baddest lineup you’ll ever see.”. The concert returns on Saturday, featuring Nona Hendryx, Divinity Roxx, Steffanie Christi’an, Sh8peshifter (Zakiya Harris),Tamar-kali, JOI, Kimberly Nichole and Nik West. The 15-piece backing band is all women, as is 99 percent of the production team.

Silicon Valley Gay Men’s Chorus, “Pure Imagination” concert, Christ the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 1550 Meridian Ave., San Jose, The chorus captures the childhood awe and excitement of the holidays, Familiar songs of joy meet songs from favorite childhood movies, 8 p.m, Also 8 p.m, Dec, 13, 3 p.m, Dec, 14, $15 and $20 at, Santa Clara Chorale, “The Christmas Truce” choral concert, Mission Santa Clara de Asis, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, In December 1914, German and English soldiers on the front lines of World War I set aside their weapons and took up carols in an historic, impromptu truce, One hundred years later, the chorale remembers this demonstration of humanity by singing carols and songs that were sung at this event, interspersed with readings from the letters of these soldiers, as well as ballet flats wedding seasonal choral pieces, 8 p.m, Also 4 p.m, Dec, 14, $5 to $25 (more for reserved seating) at

Science Experiment on the International Space Station: NASA Ames Research Center’s contracted scientist Christina Cheung discusses the goals of Fruit Fly Lab-03. The experiment’s goal was to study the effect of micro-gravity on human immunity and virulence using fruit fly DNA as a stand-in for human DNA. Aug. 18, 2 p.m. Cupertino Library Story Room, 10800 Torre Ave, Cupertino. Cupertino Morningmasters: Improve your speaking and networking skills at this Toastmasters club. Thursdays, 7:30 a.m. Bethel Lutheran Church, 10181 Finch Ave., Cupertino.

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