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Blues Review show slated for July 26. ANTIOCH — Golden State-Lone Star Blues Revue featuring Mark Hummel, Little Charlie Baty and Anson Funderburgh is a cross country meeting of the minds between California and Texas musicians. All have known each other for years. The rhythm section has played in bands since high school, and all share a deep passion for real blues. The performance is 8 p.m. July 26 at the El Campanil Theatre, 602 W. Second St. Admission is $27 for adults, $25 for seniors (62 and older), and $15 for youths 10 to 17.
Mama Goose Storytime, Twenty-minute, age-appropriate stories, songs and fingerplays for babies and toddlers ballet earrings, ballerina jewelry, pink toe shoes studs, dance earrings, dancer jewelry, ballet jewelry, ballerina earrings, gi and their parents or caregivers, 10 a.m, Saturdays, Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak St., Alameda, Free, 510-747-7777, www.cityofalamedaca.gov, Faux Leather Book Binding Workshop, Dreaming of creating your own book from scratch? Learn traditional bookbinding techniques using faux leather and other reclaimed materials, Registration requested, 2 p.m, Nov, 9, Redux Studios, 2315 Lincoln Ave., Alameda, $15, 510-865-1109, www.svdp-alameda.org..
They were together again Saturday evening at the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium for another illuminating program of new music. Devoting the concert’s first half to two Adams scores, Alsop conducted the world premiere of the composer’s “Lola Montez Does the Spider Dance” and the first Cabrillo performance of Adams’ “Absolute Jest.”. Completing the program, titled “Inspiration and Impact,” were the world premiere of Michael Kropf’s “Spinning Music,” and the West Coast premiere of Kevin Puts’s multimedia “The City.”.
Engle will also demonstrat some of the techniques used to train dogs to locate people in the wilderness, The program is appropriate for school-age children, The Friends of the Brentwood Library hosts, For information, call 925-516-5291, The chamber, along with Macerich Co., hosting a free ballet earrings, ballerina jewelry, pink toe shoes studs, dance earrings, dancer jewelry, ballet jewelry, ballerina earrings, gi expo from 9 a.m, to 5 p.m, Nov, 2, at Somersville Towne Center, 2556 Somersville Road, The goal of the inaugural Antioch Expo is threefold: to bring exposure to how Macerich has spruced up the shopping mall, and bring community members together and to help businesses get themselves out in front of the public and increase their visibility said Sean Wright, the chamber’s chief executive officer..
Exact costs could not be given, but Cupertino’s State of the City event can be pricey. Hung Wei, a Fremont Union High School District board trustee and Rotary Club member, said the collaboration between the three sponsoring entities saves the city, specifically in staff time. She said Rotary and the Chamber often lose money on the event, but budget far in advance. “The Chamber of Commerce said they would host the State of the City address because the city did not want to spend a lot of money on things like this,” she said. “Then the event became so big that the Chamber couldn’t handle it themselves, so they asked Rotary if they would like to co-sponsor it.”.