El Cerrito parade participants gathered behind City Hall on Manila Avenue, walked south on San Pablo Avenue and then up Moeser Lane to the high school for an hourlong program of dance, music and speeches. In the program, “Still I Rose — Hands Up for Justice,” which also honored Angelou, keynote speaker Darrel J. Wesley, a U.S. Navy chaplain, delivered a stirring address, encouraging listeners to keep up the fight for justice and demands that everyone enjoy democracy. Meanwhile, at Antioch High School, a bevy of elected officials and school district leaders turned out to laud King for his values and dedication to the civil rights cause. Calling King a “true American hero,” U.S. Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, urged an audience of about 200 people to preserve the civil rights leader’s legacy by holding themselves to the highest possible standards and looking out for the welfare of others.
Get tickets for either event at www.thestage.org/tickets, SKATING OUT OF 2016: San Jose Young Skaters — who train at Sharks Ice and put on a great show last year with skating star Polina capezio child's hanami stretch canvas ballet slippers Edmunds at the Downtown Ice rink — return for an encore performance Dec, 31, Edmunds won’t be skating with them this time, but she did produce and choreograph this special New Year’s Eve show, The skaters will glide over the ice at the Circle of Palms to tunes from movies including “Mary Poppins,” “The Sound of the Music” and the Harry Potter series, The demonstration at 11 a.m, is free for the public to view, and public skating begins after the show..
“After the show, the school director came up and said, ‘Wow! That was the best 60-minute performance we’ve ever had here. You guys are amazing!’ We just shook her hand. But on the way home, we were laughing, going, ‘Really?’ We just put a bit of thought into it and went out and had fun.”. Now occasionally teaching music, Apgar had worked in a preschool for a while. “That part of my life, my childhood, was beautiful and magical, so it was a big pleasure to revisit that time, to get down on the carpet and play with bugs and play monster. I remember coming home from those early days, working at that preschool, and saying to Nala, ‘I can’t believe they’re paying me to do this! It’s so fun.'”.
Yarn Creatures: 4-5 p.m, July 16, capezio child's hanami stretch canvas ballet slippers Using a cup and some yarn, a creature will be created for teens’ amusement by presenter Matthew, Book Buddies: 1-2 p.m, Wednesdays, (Call 925-673-0659 to confirm the program on a specific Wednesday), A book buddy volunteer reader is in the library to read stories to children 3 and older, Beading With Yolanda: 4-5 p.m, June 18, Youth ages 12-17 can make a bead necklace or bracelet with Yolanda, Register by 4 p.m, June 17, Book Bites: 4-5 p.m, July 9, Students in grades 6-12 can same a wide selection of books and record their impressions on the Book Bites Placemat, Refreshments follow, Register by July 1..
Tickets for Thursday performances are $10; general admission for performances Friday through Sunday is $25, and $22 for seniors and students. For more information, go to http://diabloactors.com/. A longtime quilter, Karen is an avid traveler, outdoor enthusiast and hiker, and her watercolors are inspired from these treks, as well as by photographs and her memory. Clara Yen has been telling stories to the families of the Bay Area for more than 20 years — ones she remembers hearing while growing up in a Chinese family, and other folk and fairy tales that she has discovered over the years. Storytelling, she says, has given her a vast appreciation for her family and her ancestors, and allows her to convey morals and values to children in an entertaining way. Clara has performed all over the country, and her New Year’s story, “Why Rat Comes First” is available in Contra Costa County libraries.
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