Starbucks at Westlake Shopping Center, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, and First National Bank of Northern California, all in Daly City, donated coffee, donuts, and water, respectively, to the event. Philip Jimenez, Fun Day founder and K. of C. Foundation president emeritus, coordinated the event with Cindy Blackstone and Paivi Hakala, of the Pomeroy Recreation & Rehabilitation Center, and Marian Mann, of the Daly City Host Lions. To donate to this program, call the Knights of Columbus Foundation at 415-810-2957.
Ticketed shows are $5 each and go on sale Tuesday, June 17, They can be purchased by calling the Lesher Center Ticket Office at 925-943-SHOW (7469) or by visiting www.LesherARTSCenter.org, It’s “The Skull Show,” which also will highlight the role the skull has ballet pointe shoe fine art print played in the contemporary arts, exploring its appearance in counter cultures such as skate, surf, tattoo, as well as urban graffiti projects, The Bedford Gallery is in the Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Dr, in Walnut Creek, For more information, go to bedfordgallery.org..
Andrea Mackenzie, general manager of the agency, said a goal of organizers is to encourage people to visit these open lands more often. “Our purpose in holding this event is to celebrate this last remaining area in the iconic Valley of Heart’s Delight,” she said, “and to help people experience firsthand how important nature and its benefits are to our everyday lives.”. Docents will lead hikes to explore the hilly habitat that lies just south of San Jose. Nestled at San Jose’s city limits, the grassy area is home to rare species of butterflies, birds and native plants. It is also one of the few remaining safe passageways for animals trekking between the Santa Cruz Mountains and the easterly Diablo Range.
Disney’s “Aladdin Jr.” opens Saturday, PITTSBURG — Pittsburg Community Theatre presents the annual children’s musical and an original one-act show, “Disney’s Aladdin Jr.” at the California Theatre, 351 Railroad Ave, All of your favorite characters from the hit Disney film — Aladdin, Jasmine, Iago, Jafar, the Genie, and more — are here in the musical adventure filled with magic, mayhem and flying carpet rides, Performances are at 8 p.m, Friday and Saturday and,ÿ Dec, 13, 14; 2 p.m, Sunday and Dec, 15, Admission is adults $20; ballet pointe shoe fine art print seniors and students, 12 and older, $15; and children 11 and younger, $10..
Having lost his parents and his wife, Tommy Tremaine feels abandoned and longs to reconnect with his twin sister Dinah after years of estrangement. In trying to maneuver through the emotional baggage, Tommy discovers that while he was able to cast off the religion of his youth, it’s not so easy to shed the shame that the religion had fostered in him. The event is free. Suggested donation is $10-$15. For more information, call 925-283-1557 or visit www.townhalltheatre.com. Holocaust story to be told at interfaith dinner.