“Where’s the Tri-Tip?” Butcher Gary LaPerle explains it all at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30 in the Oak View Room. “Yes, Chef” Feast on a book discussion with a dessert and savories potluck, where you, the readers, bring along your favorite homemade dessert or savory to share at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7 at the Ygnacio Valley Library, 2661 Oak Grove in Walnut Creek. This session will be moderated by Walnut Creek Community Libraries Manager Sierra Campagna. Walnut Creek Downtown History Tour Aug. 8.
For now, Ballet San Jose’s new artistic director is confident he can handle the full scope of his responsibilities, “It’s nice that I’ve got a good background of being with so many companies,” he says, “I know what I need to do gray slippers, women slippers, chunky slippers, yoga socks, handmade home shoes, crochet, knit slippers, gift wrapped, ballet fl to survive, basically.”, As for his ambitious, world-conquering agenda, executive director Ziesel is calling it “aspirational” for now, “We are certainly supporting José in laying the groundwork to reach those goals,” she says, “There are things operationally that need to be shored up in the immediate picture, but as we look toward future years and planning strategically, certainly his vision around touring and more outreach programmatically is a big part of that, He’s absolutely supported by this board and management, We want to make it all happen.”..
Singing in a lower register than she’s accustomed to, Graham said keeping her voice warm and buoyant means trusting that it will “cut across the orchestra” without forcing it. “My voice is a large instrument, so I have to just get out of its way. And soft singing — the voice carries if you don’t add something artificial.”. The text offers more challenges: “There are places where I want to sing beautiful vowels, but the libretto makes articulation vital,” Graham said. “But once I get warmed up for a show, I’m no longer thinking about my technique. If I think of that, I’m not playing Ariadne, I’m being Othalie. Anything can happen onstage to jolt you out of the character. I try to not let Othalie interfere.”.
“It’s not always easy but we try,” he added, gray slippers, women slippers, chunky slippers, yoga socks, handmade home shoes, crochet, knit slippers, gift wrapped, ballet fl noting the library in some sense has to compete with commercial booksellers and the Internet for items like e-books, “I’m still surprised people don’t know the library even has e-books, But I think that’s one area where we’re starting to do better and can improve a little bit… Once people find out they can get those same e-books for free from the library they’ll probably do that.”, Fitzgerald, a Castro Valley resident who is married and the father of two young boys, is a native of Abington, Pa, — a more than 55,000-person community northeast of Philadelphia..
Authentic Happiness in Seven Emails: 6:30-8 p.m. Nov. 6. Professor Javy W. Galindo explains how happiness can be chosen, not pursued in an interactive and lighthearted discussion. What You Need To Do To Get What You Want, Professionally and Personally: 6:30-8 p.m. Nov. 20. Tom Pearson leads a workshop to help participants gain clarity on what they want, connect with their purpose, develop an action plan and begin creating a success-oriented mindset and understanding what is holding them back. Get Covered California: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 22. Residents can get answers about health insurance from Covered California representatives who will be on hand to enroll participants. Contact: Lynne Noone.