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A retired building inspector, Bob is the father of three. Together they have 10 grandchildren, five on each side. They are also great-grandparents. “Twenty-five years ago I started teaching my dance troupe,” Kelley said. “We started in San Bruno and then went to Daly City. For years now we have been at Pacifica’s Senior Center.”. Kelley and her fellow performers have danced — tap, Irish, ballroom, polka, Eastern, Hawaiian, ballet and more — and sung their way through up to 60 shows a year. They present at retirement homes, senior centers, assisted living centers, private clubs and the list goes on. Kelley has multiple recognition awards for her volunteerism in the arts. (Rehearsals are every Wednesday, 1 to 3:30 p.m.).
Bay Area artists are well-represented in the new season, Steven Schick and the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players will present Project TenFourteen, a four-performance series, interspersed through the season, that will ballet shoes not pointe feature world premieres of works from 10 composers — George Crumb, Ken Ueno, De Yun, Agata Zibel, among others — performed alongside contemporary masterworks, The series kicks off Nov, 16, Schick is also the curator of this year’s Cal Performances/Ojai Music Festival collaboration, Ojai North, coming in Berkeley in June..
San Jose Symphonic Choir’s “The Season of Hope” holiday music, Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph, 80 S. Market St., San Jose. 7:30 p.m. Free. Dennis Nahat’s “The Terracotta Prince,” Flint Center for the Performing Arts, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino. A re-imagining of the Nutcracker by the former artistic director of Ballet San Jose combines classical ballet, magic and acrobatics. Featuring the award-winning Dalian Acrobatic Troupe. Through Dec. 22. Various times. $84.75 to $53.25 for full-length shows; $53.25 for one-hour children’s matinee on Dec. 21. www.Ticketmaster.com or 800-745-3000.
Kevin Melendez is co-captain of the varsity swim, He plans to attend UC San Diego to major in psychology with a minor in child psychology, He would also like to study abroad, He has received awards for AP scholar and platinum for Renaissance, Francisco Lopez-Montano is plans to attend UC Davis majoring in economics and political science, He has been active in CSF, gay/straight alliance, swim team, mock trial and Model UN, He is an AP Scholar with honor and a Platinum Renaissance student, Armita Norouzi is the 2016 valedictorian, She has multiple outstanding achievements in AP subjects and is active in Link Crew and CSF, and has 420 volunteer hours ballet shoes not pointe at CCC Regional Medical Center, She’ll attend Cal to major in psychology while completing pre-med courses for a career as a surgeon..
TheatreWorks. “Once On This Island.” March 5-30. By Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens. “When Ti Moune, a peasant girl on a tropical island in the French Caribbean, rescues a wealthy young aristocrat from the wreckage of a car accident, a star-crossed love affair begins.” Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $19 (30 and younger)-$73 (discounts available). theatreworks.org or 650-463-1960. WANT YOUR EVENT IN THINGS TO DO?. Send name of event, time and date, place of event including address, how much it costs, where to buy tickets and the name and phone number of a contact person to email@example.com.