Benefit concert ‘Rock the CASA’ is June 20. “Rock the CASA” presented by Dan Ashley, will be held at 8 p.m. June 20, in the Hofmann Theatre, at the Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek. It will be an evening of music for Court Appointed Special Advocates, featuring legendary rocker Eddie Money. Tickets are $40-$250, and can be purchased through the Lesher Center ticket office in person, or at www.lesherartscenter.org or by calling 925-943-7469. Lafayette Art Gallery sets new show reception.
“The district stance has always been, ‘How do we empower parents and students to help us with these things?’ ” McPhetridge said, The text messages incident aside, the Alameda Unified School District has worked to combat discrimination, In 2015, the district set up the LGBTQ Roundtable, a committee who designed “Everyone belongs here” posters that are displayed at district schools and at the Alameda City Council chambers, The message is aimed at promoting acceptance of all faiths, red pointe ballet slippers necklace, pendant for dancers, gift for favorite dance teacher, present for dance recital, lover of t gender identities, nationalities and ethnicities, The AUSD will adopt a new language arts curriculum this year and will likely consult with groups such as the ADL to ensure that anti-discrimination content is included, McPhetridge said..
WHAT KIND OF THINGS CAN PEOPLE CATCH?. Riders on the floats, who generally wear masks, throw beads or other specially made trinkets to people along the parade route. Families line up early along the side of the street or on the median — called the neutral ground in New Orleans — to get a good seat. Families often make specially designed ladders with seats attached on top for young children to sit in so they’re better positioned to catch things. One especially prized “throw” are the coconuts given out by members of Zulu. The coconuts have been hollowed out and had the outside hair removed before they’re specially decorated with glitter or elaborate designs. They generally are not thrown from the floats but rather gently handed off to lucky bystanders.
Peter and the Starcatcher: TheatreWorks celebrates the holidays with the Tony Award-winning prequel to “Peter Pan.” Dec, 3-Jan, 3, times vary, Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $19-$74, 650-463-1960, 20 Harps for the Holidays: Featuring a selection of traditional carols, classical music and a variety of holiday music, Dec, 6, 4-6 p.m, Los Altos Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Ave., Los Altos Hills, $12-$15, 408-366-8810, The Fox on the red pointe ballet slippers necklace, pendant for dancers, gift for favorite dance teacher, present for dance recital, lover of t Fairway: Los Altos Stage Company presents a farce about the stuffy denizens of a private country club, Through Dec, 14, Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave, Los Altos Hills, $18-$34, losaltosstage.org, 650-941-0551..
Bay Area composer Edmund Campion wants you to use them to sit up and take notice of his new work, “Ossicles (Tiny Bones),” which will have its world premiere Oct. 3, when conductor Joana Carneiro and the Berkeley Symphony open their concert season in Zellerbach Hall. Campion, winner of the Rome Prize, the Nadia Boulanger Award and a Fulbright scholarship, also is a music professor at UC Berkeley and co-director of its Center for New Music and Technology, from which all sorts of interesting auditory experiments emanate. His website, www.edmundcampion.com, has intriguing examples aplenty from past works, but the focus of the new piece, according to advance reports, is “the physical aspect of sound, the wonder of sound and the miracle of cognition.”.
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