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Raffle tickets will also be sold at the Horse Fair and at the Mounted Patrol grounds for great prizes, including the commissioned, exclusive artwork — “Woodside is Horse Country” — by artist Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey. As in past years, a giclee will be the grand prize. The drawing will be held the day of the event; entrants do not need to be present to win. Woodside Day of the Horse is made possible by a public-private partnership created to keep alive the unique equestrian heritage of Woodside and the surrounding communities.
2, Although dancing last for the night, if violinist Lindsey Stirling and returning pro Mark Ballas were nervous, it didn’t show, The couple’s cha cha cha was awesome and Len nailed it in his comments, “No ifs, buts or coconuts — that was crisp, clean with lovely leg action, For me, it was the dance of the night.” Scores: Carrie Ann, 7; Len, 8; Bruno, 7 for a total of 22, 3, Victoria Arlen has an unbelievable back-story: two rare conditions put her into a vegetative state at 11 that lasted four years before she started to recover but was confined to a wheelchair, She decided to enter the 2012 London Paralympics where handmade miniature lilac silk dolls house ballet shoes she won a gold and three silver medals in swimming, then became a sportscaster for ESPN in 2015, and a year later, she learned to walk..
The final individual dance was a Viennese waltz by Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff that was done to the music from “The Game of Thrones.” They became so wrapped up in the drama that the dance suffered — even my husband pointed out that they never were in hold and that’s not a waltz. Bruno called it “an epic melodrama” but that Corbin lost his lines with the theme. Carrie Ann thought it was dramatic and that the passion worked, but there were not enough of the dance in hold. Len said, “People say I’m cranky but I’m consistent. There was nothing in the ballroom hold. I really didn’t feel it was a Viennese waltz.” Hoo boy.
Claremont Hotel – Whoville Brunch with Santa: 10 a.m.-4 p.m, Dec, 25, 41 Tunnel Road, Traditional flavors of the season brunch with a separate buffet for children located inside a life-size gingerbread handmade miniature lilac silk dolls house ballet shoes house, Mr, and Mrs, Claus will be attending, $99-$169, https://bit.ly/2RAbEBc, Kincaid’s: Dec, 24-25, 60 Bay View Place, The holiday feast features lobster bisque, prime rib, shellfish fettuccine, scallops and chocolate cheesecake, http://bit.ly/2QAIQLD, Oren’s Hummus – Eight Days of Hanukkah: Dec, 2-10, 19419 Stevens Creek Blvd, A three-course menu featuring traditional Israeli dishes will be served daily, $28, for dine-in guest only, Available at all four locations, https://orenshummus.com/..
Tax assistance. Milpitas Public Library will host free tax preparation every Saturday between Feb. 14 and April 11 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Computer Training Center, 160 N. Main St. Help is offered to low income, elderly, disabled and non-English speaking residents. Priority is given to those with simpler returns. All returns, both California and federal, will be filed electronically. Volunteer tax preparers are certified by the IRS. Bring a photo identification, your Social Security card and relevant tax documents. A sign-up list will be posted at the garage entrance at 9 a.m. each Saturday. For more information, call (408) 262-1171 extension 3616.