Cheryl Kiddoo, who was the co-chair of the event and also serves as co-chair of the museum’s board of trustees, said the Lipmans are at the heart of the museum’s fulfillment of its mission. “Through their support of artists and the entire art ecosystem,” she said, “they girder museum structure that allows and celebrates experimentation, exploration and lifelong learning.”. FOLLOW THE YELLOW BOOK ROAD: “The Wizard of Oz” is the fun theme for this year’s Books Aloud fundraising gala, which is set for Nov. 4 at the San Jose Country Club. There’s certainly enough green up there to confuse it with the Emerald City.
Back at the rehearsal space, her 18-year-old daughter, Diana Victoria Garcia-Colmenarez — one of the advanced students who had been working through “El Gusto” – took a break, bronze ballerina necklace, long necklace, bow, ballet shoes, cream beads, glass bead, boho A freshman at Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, where she plans to major in earth science, Garcia-Colmenarez spent years pursuing classical ballet and jazz dance, And she’s been a folkloric dance fanatic “since I could walk,” she said, “It’s tradition, It’s family, I don’t remember a time when I missed a mariachi festival, It’s about roots, definitely, for people who have rhythm in their soul.”..
After “The Sound of Music,” Carr’s only other major Hollywood role was starring with Anthony Perkins in the Stephen Sondheim television musical “Evening Primrose.” She played a mysterious young woman who lived in a department store. “It’s always sad when a member of the family passes away — and in the case of the ‘family’ of the movie ‘The Sound of Music,’ it’s especially sad when it is the first of the group to go,” said Ted Chapin, president of the Rodgers & Hammerstein organization, in a statement. “Charmian Carr played the oldest von Trapp child, and in some ways she maintained that role in real life — guiding, cheering, supporting and generally being there for the rest of her ‘sisters’ and ‘brothers.’ ”.
Kid Andersen Band (Club Fox Blues Jam), 7 p.m, Jan, 11, Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City, $5, 650-369-7770 or tickets.foxrwc.com, Charles Fox, 7 p.m, Jan, 12, Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Charles Fox plays some of his songs and shares highlights from his career and memoir, “Killing Me Softly: My Life in Music.” Oshman Family Jewish Community Center, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, $10-$18, www.paloaltojcc.org/arts or 650-223-8699, Stan Erhart Band, With Damon Hope, Michael Warren, 9 p.m, Jan, 13, Bluz By you, 1240 Coleman Ave., Santa Clara, No bronze ballerina necklace, long necklace, bow, ballet shoes, cream beads, glass bead, boho cover, 408-588-1111..
Full Circle Farm Stand: Open Friday, 3-6 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 1055 Dunford Way, Sunnyvale. fullcirclesunnyvale.org. Open Gardens: Charles Street Gardens opens its gates to the public. Tuesdays, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. 433 Charles St., Sunnyvale. charlesstreetgardens.org. Sons In Retirement: The organization holds a buffet luncheon meeting on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Michael’s Shoreline, 2460 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View. Contact Foster Kinney at 650-299-9479. Midpeninsula Widow and Widower Association: Meets Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. Los Altos Lutheran Church, 460 S. El Monte, Los Altos. 408-246-4642.
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