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For information, call 925-625-7011, or email gaby@youmeweoakley.org. Artists celebrate East County beauty. BRENTWOOD — “Everything Local,” an art exhibit celebrating the beauty of East Contra Costa County, runs through Dec. 27. The exhibit hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays at the Brentwood Community Center, 35 Oak St. Presented by local art group The Brushoffs, subjects range from rustic back roads and Delta wildlife to homegrown flowers and farm-fresh produce, all created in a variety of media and styles. Work by sculptor Beverly Turner will also be featured.

“Every year, board members and volunteers paint the edging on the steps throughout the theater and provide upkeep to the concession, ticket and merchandise booths,” Schlader said, “There are always repairs and improvements that need to be done, The stadium seats are cracking — I’d like to take them out and widen the rows so that people have more room, Electrical is 70 years old and needs upgrading.”, Schlader doesn’t take full credit for the longevity of the Woodminster ballet shoes or ballet dancer hung on barrel bead charm holder and hung from silver plated/nickel free ballchain or black cordag Summer Musicals..

Dr. Jeffrey Benson leads the San Jose Wind Symphony and the choirs of San Jose State University and Saratoga High School in “The Night Before Christmas,” featuring tenor soloist Andrew Metager. Dec. 4, 3 p.m.; silent auction viewing at 2 p.m. McAfee Performing Arts Center, 20300 Herriman Drive, Saratoga. $20-$5. sjws.org, 408-927-7597. The Santa Clara Chorale, accompanied by organist Jim Welch, performs “An Evening of Lessons and Carols.” The choir will sing Christmas carols and seasonal choral works, and community leaders will give readings and share their perspectives on the holiday. Dec. 9, 8 p.m.; Dec. 11, 4 p.m. Mission Santa Clara, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara. $5-$32. scc.org, 408-883-4722.

Free Tutoring: 5-7 p.m, Mondays; and 4-6 p.m, Wednesdays, Responsible teen volunteers will tutor all subjects and all ages, Contact Christina Gendron at 925-646-5455 with questions or to become a tutor, Insiders: 1-2 p.m, Feb, 26, Adults with disabilities can enjoy a laid-back setting in the library for enrichment and fun, Events differ each month and vary from arts and crafts, enjoying music and dance, and playing games on the Wii, All Ears Reading: 1-2 p.m, Feb, 12, Adults with disabilities can enjoy the unconditional love of dogs and practice reading to furry friends, Dogs and their handlers are supplied courtesy of a partnership between the library and Tony LaRussa’s ballet shoes or ballet dancer hung on barrel bead charm holder and hung from silver plated/nickel free ballchain or black cordag Animal Rescue Foundation..

The 29-year-old entertainer also made no attempt to hide her love for her native California, heaping praise on the Golden State in often hilarious ways. “We don’t need snow — we can see snow on the Internet,” said the Santa Barbara native, inadvertently providing possibly the best summary of 21st-century culture to date. There was plenty of good-old-fashioned razzmatazz throughout the night. Perry skipped rope — of the glow-in-the-dark variety — with fellow dancers during “Roar,” rode on a mechanical dancing horse for “Dark Horse,” and spun in the air while connected to a tangling prism, at the end of “E.T.” She led her dancers in her Kitty Purry bit, boogying about in costumes seemingly on loan from a production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Cats,” then watched as consumer products — Champagne, lipstick, etc. — hovered overhead.


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