Divas for Life 2013. 7 p.m. June 10. Bay Area theater performers put on a show to raise money for cancer victims and their families. Eagle Theater, 201 Almond Ave., Los Altos. $30-$80; divasforlife.org. TheatreWorks Honors gala. 5:30 p.m. June 15. Tony Award-winning Broadway playwright Joe DiPietro (“Memphis,” “Nice Work If You Can Get It”) and Gordon Davidson, chairman of Fenwick & West law firm, are to be honored. Master of ceremonies will be Joe Grundfest, W.A. Franke professor of law and business. Cocktails, dinner, live auction, musical presentation. Microsoft Campus, Mountain View. A limited number of tables at levels $7,500 and above, and individual tickets at $1,000 are available. Call 650-463-7125, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.theatreworks.org.
Cinco de Mayo Dance Festival: Noon-7 p.m, May 5, Jack London Square, Oakland, Featuring: turf battles hosted by Chuy Gomez, Randy McPhly and Johnny5, with live music from DJ NiQ and Freddy Flowpez, A separate public dance competition will also be held, Also, live Latin performances, entertainment, live painting, personalized/custom dance/ballet shoes bracelet-for girls/kids/children-valentine's day/birthday/party/holiday-with an elega Chicano Lowrider Cars, BMX stunts, prize giveaways, and local vendors and eats, https://bit.ly/2GzDP1O, Cinco de Mayo – Cooking with Salsa: 2-4:30 p.m, May 5, New Leaf Community Markets, 1101 Fair Ave., Santa Cruz, Learn how to use salsa in a variety of recipes, This interactive class will provide you with recipes to take home, and the know-how for incorporating salsa into your favorite meals, $30-$35, https://bit.ly/2EmGNRh..
Stanford Art Spaces at Stanford University. Toko Shinoda — Lithographs and Paintings — “A Lifetime of Accomplishment” — The Tolman Collection Tokyo. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies and the artist’s 100th birthday. Through Oct. 17. Paul G. Allen Art Spaces Gallery, 420 Via Palou (corner of Campus Drive and Via Ortega). 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays. Free. Norman Tolman to speak about Toko Shinoda’s art at 6 p.m. on Sept. 9, Paul G. Allen building, 101X auditorium. 650-725-3622 or http://cis.stanford.edu/~marigros.
Ballet officials quietly began a fundraising drive in January and have thus far tallied half a million dollars, Now they must match that figure to keep the company afloat, Company officials also estimate they will need to have raised $3.5 million by October to be able to fully reinvent the company’s business model and ensure its long-term personalized/custom dance/ballet shoes bracelet-for girls/kids/children-valentine's day/birthday/party/holiday-with an elega stability, “This is an urgent appeal, Cash flow is dangerously low,” said company CEO Alan Hineline, “We need to stop raising money to meet payroll and start raising money for the future.”..
* 2 p.m., Pumpkin pie-eating contests. * All day, Young Actors Workshop’s Haunted House. * Home-style food, with many featuring products from local farms; Half Moon Bay Brewing Company’s Mavericks Pumpkin Harvest Ale and an assortment of tasty season craft brews; varietals from Half Moon Bay Winery; and cocktails from Half Moon Bay Distillery. * Awesome zip-line in the Stone Pine Center lot. * Spider Jump’s bungee jump in Kitty Fernandez Park. * Mobile Rock’s climbing wall.
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