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Van Meter Elementary is also introducing a “buddy bench” for students. “It’s a spot where if students are lonely or unsure about what they want to do they sit on the bench,” Rauscher said. “If kids see someone on the bench they’re supposed to come over and say ‘hey.’ We also have posters around campus promoting positive behaviors.”. Positive behaviors can be anything from keeping bathrooms clean to walking quietly in hallways. When teachers and school administrators witness respectful and responsible student behavior, they enter that student into a drawing for a pizza dance party.

Buddy’s San Jose Music in the Park: R&B trio Tony! Toni! Toné! Open the series’ 29th season, June 22, 5:30 p.m, Plaza de Cesar Chavez, Market Street, $15 at musicintheparksj.com, $20 gate, Music in the Glen: The Johnny Neri Band plays classic rock and dance music, June 28, 6:25 p.m, Willow Glen Elementary School, Lincoln and Minnesota avenues, A Night in Venice: Lyric Theatre of San Jose closes its season with Strauss’ white and black ballet slippers with flowers and ribbon ties wedding shower shoes comedy, set during Venice’s Carnival celebrations, June 23-July 1, San Jose City College Theater, 2100 Moorpark Ave, $12-$37, lyrictheatre.org, 408-986-1455..

Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 14-15. Huge pumpkins, pumpkin carving, fine art, live music, good, entertainment. Main Street between Mill and Spruce streets, Half Moon Bay. Free. http://www.miramarevents.com or 650-726-9652. 38th annual Harvest Craft Faire:  9 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 14. Hand-crafted items made by more than 40 artisans.  Gourmet and garden shops, a DIY succulent garden and a beekeeping demo. Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Ave. (at Foothill Expressway), Los Altos. Free. https://www.facebook.com/HarvestCraftFaire or 408-257-8640.

ALOHA FESTIVAL: Polynesian dance performances, music, Hawaiian art and souvenirs, food and drink, 10 a.m.-5 p.m, Aug, 1-2; San Mateo Event Center, 1346 Saratoga Drive, San Mateo; free admission; www.pica-org.org, FREMONT FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS: More than 700 artists’ booths, live music on three stages, kids’ activities, food and drink, 10 a.m.-6 p.m, Aug, 1-2; Capital Avenue, between Paseo Parkway and State streets; free admission; www.fremontfestival.net, MONTEREY white and black ballet slippers with flowers and ribbon ties wedding shower shoes SCOTTISH GAMES & CELTIC FESTIVAL: Live Celtic entertainment with massed pipe bands on parade, British and Scottish food and drink, demonstrations and contests, arts and crafts, Gates opens 9 a.m, Aug, 1-2; Monterey County Fairgrounds, 2004 Fairground Road; $12-$15, $15-$20 two-day pass; www.montereyscotgames.com..

So, what are you doing this weekend?. If you’re weighing options, and there are plenty of them as the holiday arts season settles in, we’re here with some cool ideas of stuff to do in the Bay Area Nov. 30-Dec. 3 and beyond. Speaking of holiday stuff, have you ever experienced the madcap theater/comedy/shopping/out-in-out wonderful cockney weirdness that is the Great Dickens Christmas Fair? The spectacle is back in action at the Cow Palace through Dec. 17. Linda Zavoral has the details here. Year-in, year-out, the awesome San Francisco Opera Chorus adds so many crucial and delicious elements to opera company productions. So they deserve their time in the spotlight, doncha think? Well, someone thinks so, because now they have one. They’ll perform a wide-ranging program Nov. 30 — read more about it here.