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California Apricots: The Saratoga Historical Foundation presents a free lecture on “California Apricots–The Lost Orchards of Silicon Valley.” Author Robin Chapman traces the history of the apricot and ties it with the time period when the Silicon Valley was the leading apricot producer. Chapman’s book can be purchased after the event, and she will autograph all copies. Jan. 21, 7:30 p.m. Immanuel Lutheran Church reception hall, 14103 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga. saratogahistory.com.
Levi’s reportedly features a top-notch sound system and multiple TV/video screens, allowing fans to ballet art, ballerina art, original canvas art, girls room, dance art, pointe shoes, dance studio art, original canvas, ballet s properly hear and see the action from any seat in the house, Of course, most major stadium tours pack their own state-of-the-art equipment, but the existing setup at Levi’s will provide more options, Many of the major concert promoters have visited the new venue, including international powerhouses Live Nation and AEG as well as Berkeley’s Another Planet Entertainment, “I think it will be a really wonderful place for shows,” says Gregg Perloff, Another Planet’s CEO, “To the 49ers credit, they gave a great deal of thought to putting on concerts and soccer matches and other events.”..
This show will be juried by Bryan Mark Taylor, an award-winning nationally recognized plein-air artist. Twenty-seven participating artists will have their canvases time-stamped June 21-23 at the gallery, and will have until June 28 to do their plein-air painting(s) of one or more of Walnut Creek’s many scenic sites, such as Heather Farm Park, Lime Ridge and Shell Ridge open space areas, downtown Broadway Plaza, the Bancroft Gardens, Borges Ranch and historic homes to name a few. Work can be finished in the studio. Only two-dimensional originals painted during the paint-out dates will be accepted.
“Holiday Gaiety with Armistead Maupin”: With ballet art, ballerina art, original canvas art, girls room, dance art, pointe shoes, dance studio art, original canvas, ballet s special guests, conducted by Edwin Outwater; 7:30 p.m, Dec, 8; Davies Hall, San Francisco; $15-$79; 415-864-6000, www.sfsymphony.org, Christmas Revels: Annual production featuring traditional Scottish music and dance; Dec, 8-17; Scottish Rite Auditorium, Oakland; $7-$65; 510-452-9334, www.californiarevels.org, Symphony Silicon Valley: Presents annual holiday show Carols in the California, with the Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale; 7 p.m, Dec, 9; California Theatre, San Jose; $26-$36; www.symphonysiliconvalley.org..
Then it was “Team Foxing Awesome’s” turn. The team — Amber and Derek, Corbin and Karina, Jack and Cheryl, and Brant and Peta — were dressed in fox tails and ears to perform to “What Does the Fox Say?” a crazy hit on YouTube. At the end, the guys all changed to complete fox outfits. With most of the strong dancers, the routine was tight and good, and the solos were all strong. Bruno said it was clever and inventive, and the choreography gave him goosebumps. Carrie Ann said she felt like she was on an acid trip, and Len simple stood and applauded. They gave the team a perfect score of 30.