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by trained volunteer docents. Recommended for ages 12 and up. Jan. 22, 1 p.m. Free for members and a guest/$10 per person non-members. space is limited and reservations are required two business days in advance by calling the Montalvo Box Office at 408.961.5858. 15400 Montalvo Road, Saratoga. 408.961.5800 or www.montalvoarts.org. Annie: Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Center and the Teitelbaum Center for the Arts present their fourth multigenerational community theater production, the favorite musical inspired by the comic Little Orphan Annie. Jan. 22-30. A special marquee performance with reserved seating takes place Jan. 29, 8 p.m. Regular performances are $18-$25/marquee performance is $18-$54. McAfee Center for the Performing Arts, 20300 Herriman Ave., Saratoga. 408.355.5659 or www.svjcc.org.
Email your item to email@example.com or mail to Alameda Journal, 1516 Oak St., suite 105, Alameda CA 94501, Please submit your item two weeks before event date, Alamaniacs, Alameda’s own improv comedy players, The Alamaniacs, perform “March Madness,” a night of punk rock improv comedy, 8 p.m, March 11, High ballet shoes 4 year old Street Station Cafe, 1303 High St., Alameda, $20, 510-995-8049, www.1303highstreet.com, AHS Footloose, The Alameda High School Theater Department presents their spring musical, “Footloose,” filled with dancing, fun and songs new and old, 8 p.m, March 11 and 12, Hofman Auditorium, 2000 Central Ave., Alameda, $20 general, $15 students, www.alameda..
Insiders: 1-2 p.m. Nov. 26. Adults with disabilities can enjoy a laid-back setting in the library for enrichment and fun. Events differ each month and vary from arts and crafts, enjoying music and dance, and playing games on the Wii. ARF All Ears Reading: 1-2 p.m. Nov. 12. Adults with disabilities can enjoy the unconditional love of dogs and practice reading to furry friends. Dogs and their handlers are supplied courtesy of a partnership between the library and Tony LaRussa’s Animal Rescue Foundation.
Strides for Life Foundation members are determined to educate people to the importance of having a colonoscopy, “If colon cancer is found early via a colonoscopy, the survival rate is about 90 percent,” said Cappel, “A sigmoidoscopy detects about 45 percent of colon cancers, “Since inception, we have funded more than $1,000,000, which helps pay for medical ballet shoes 4 year old services and colonoscopies for uninsured people,” Cappel said, “A colonoscopy is the most reputable test to detect colon cancer, which, not counting skin cancers, is the third most common cancer found in men and women in the U.S, and the second leading cause of cancer deaths.”..
A promo for last week’s episode showed Jack driving to Rebecca’s gig in Cleveland with a back seat full of empty beer cans, leading many fans to speculate that the show would finally reveal how Jack died. Some thought he may have died in a drunk-driving accident on the way to see Rebecca, though other fans thought that would be too obvious a move for the hit TV show. In the previous episode, Kate told her fiance, Toby, that she feels responsible for her dad’s death, and flashbacks showed a teenage Kate encouraging her dad to make the two-hour drive to Cleveland.