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Rich Kubec will handle disc jockey duties, and his band will play music during the day. The stage also will offer a Zumba demonstration with audience participation, belly dancing and square dancing demonstrations, various ballet, jazz and Broadway dancers and a special mascot dance-off featuring school and professional mascots. S. J. Sharkie has been invited. Dancer Katee Shean, a San Jose native who was a finalist on the TV show So You Think You Can Dance?, will make an appearance. Children from preschool through high schools are asked to submit all types of art works for display in the multi-purpose room. Prizes will be awarded to the works judged to be the best. All art work for the show must be submitted to the Camden Center by the end of the day on Aug. 24.

Winemaker dinner: Prima welcomes La Spinetta owner and winemaker Giorgio Rivetti for a dinner featuring La Spinetta wines and Prima dishes, 6:30 p.m, reception, 7 p.m, dinner Feb, 8, Prima, 1522 dark plum purple satin ballet shoes - split sole (or full sole) - adult sizes N, Main St., Walnut Creek, $138. http://www.primawine.com, Lodi Wine & Chocolate Weekend: Now in its 21st year, Lodi’s Wine and Chocolate Weekend offers a diverse selection of handcrafted wines and sweet and savory chocolate bites at 50 wineries in the Lodi appellation, 11 a.m.-4 p.m, Feb, 10-11, $55-$65. www.lodiwineandchocolate.com..

Without a doubt, Sonic Runway has been the most eye-catching thing to hit downtown San Jose in a long time. But if your eyes haven’t yet had the chance to catch the light-and-sound installation at San Jose City Hall, you’re in luck. Kerry Adams-Hapner, San Jose’s director of cultural affairs, says the piece by artists Rob Jensen and Warren Trezevant will have its stay at city hall’s plaza extended through March 9. The first installation in the “Playa to the Paseo” partnership between the Burning Man Project and the city, Sonic Runway was supposed to finish its temporary run this month, but it’s proven too popular to switch off quite so soon.

I found it surprising that no negotiation about the price appears to have taken place — simply an acceptance of an exorbitant price for a trivial item, To me, this is an example of maladministration, Mr, Mueller indicated that this contract decision was made at the city manager’s initiative, Apparently, the council neither reprimanded nor fired the city dark plum purple satin ballet shoes - split sole (or full sole) - adult sizes manager, Mr, Mueller also told me that he would like us to write a letter to the editors of the local media explaining this situation and that he would get to drafting it immediately, That was last February, I haven’t heard further from him, which doesn’t surprise me because I am just a small taxpayer, That is quite in tune with the modus operandi of the present City Council — hobnobbing with John Arrillaga but ignoring the average stiff..

“In our household, my father had the big band jazz music on all the time. So as a kid growing up, I listened to Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, blaring. My father would stand, like a teenager would, in the living room, with the stereo blasting and would be directing — with no one there,” Winters says, laughing. “And I loved it. “So, for me, growing up listening to that, and also having the ballet training, that’s why rhythm is so important to me. When I teach, I tell my students, no matter what instrument you play — of course, if you sing, your instrument is your voice — the most important thing is groove and time. Then you spawn from that. In music, the best players are so in the pocket of time, that they’re relaxed with it. That takes years and years of practice. That pocket is your foundation. If you want to go off improvisationally, you know where to come back to. You’re grounded in that root.”.