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In Clayton, Santa will be chauffeured to Grove Park in a restored police car driven by Chief Christopher Thorsen, while residents can enjoy carriage rides from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Live entertainment includes the Salvation Army Band and the choir from Mt. Diablo Elementary School. Members of the Marine Corps Reserve will be on hand for their Toys for Tots collection, and accepting unwrapped gifts. After feasting on doughnut holes, sipping cider and singing carols, residents will follow Santa to the annual tree lighting at 6:30 p.m. at Main and Oak streets.
Ice skating, Disney on Ice presents Let’s Celebrate! Feb, 23-27, HP Pavilion, 525 W, Santa Clara St., San Jose, March 2-6, Oracle Arena, 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, $16-$75, Ticketmaster: 800-745-3000 or ticketmaster.com, www.disneyonice.com, The Cheeseballs, 9 p.m, today, Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City, $18, ballerina dance fairy shape cookie cutter dough biscuit pastry fondant sharp stencil dancing ballet dancer 650-369-7770 or http://tickets.foxrwc.com, “Voci!” Notre Dame de Namur University’s Department of Music and Vocal Arts, 7:30 p.m, today, Ralston Mansion Ballroom, Notre Dame de Namur University, 1500 Ralston Ave, Belmont, $10-$20, www.ndnu.edu..
• “The Disappearing Man.” Music, lyrics and book by Jahn Sood. “A ramshackle circus wows the hinterlands in 1936, but backstage its bright-light attractions prove dark and depleted.” 8 p.m. Aug. 10 and 14, noon Aug.17. • “An Entomologist’s Love Story.” By Melissa Ross. “The love lives of bugs fascinate two 30-something researchers at New York’’s Museum of Natural History, but their own conflicted love affairs are under the microscope in this hilarious, edgy, and explicit look at love in our times.” 8 p.m. Aug. 12, noon Aug.16.
Like so many musicians enamored by American folk music, an encompassing umbrella that covers an intertwined thicket of traditions and styles, banjo master Jayme Stone came under the sway of the tireless musical sleuth Alan Lomax, The pioneering ethnomusicologist spent nearly seven decades traveling ballerina dance fairy shape cookie cutter dough biscuit pastry fondant sharp stencil dancing ballet dancer the globe to make field recordings, documenting the music of everyday life, Lomax was particularly active in capturing the sounds of the United States, and he was there in spirit to help guide Stone’s first musical explorations..
Cooper moved to the First Baptist location from Menlo Park to be closer to her clients, many of whom live or go to school in Palo Alto. The church’s proximity to Jordan Middle School, Palo Alto High School and Castilleja School means students can easily walk or bike to her office after class. Cooper said she could raise her rates, but that would only hurt her clients — children and teenagers with anxiety and depression — who already struggle with long waits for counseling services in Silicon Valley.