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From Cuban cha-cha to cherished craft beers and local wines to children reveling in Kettle Korn, curly fries, climbing walls and giant, water-filled inflatable balls and sea creatures, the 31st Annual Art & Wine Festival in Walnut Creek aims for both the old and new. Offering free admission at Heather Farm Park, the event — sponsored by the Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau — attracts more than 100,000 people over its two-day run each year. This year’s festival, this Saturday and Sunday, boasts arts, crafts, food, entertainment, free shuttle transportation from BART and more.

“The Bridges of Madison County”: ballerina - ballet dance - pointe shoes - pirouette arabesque - dance therapy discipline - modern novelty gift - custom acrylic April 4-29, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, Musical romance about the roads we travel and the bridges we dare to cross, $45-$105, mvcpa.com, Jumpin’ at the Sun Spring Performance: 7:30 p.m, April 6, 2 p.m, April 7, Dougherty Valley Performing Arts, 10550 Albion Road, San Ramon, A diverse range of choreography paired with an eclectic music mix, $22, 925-973-3343, https://bit.ly/2pJQjJV, Ragged Wing Ensemble Presents: A Different Long Stretch of Earth: April 6-28, The Flight Deck, 1540 Broadway, Oakland, This original play written by Addie Ulrey was inspired by the Old West, as well as her work with nonprofit arts and social justice groups, $25-$45, www.raggedwing.org..

Saturday night Pacifica Performances welcomes Asia and her Arabesque Belly Dance Troupe to the Mildred Owen Concert Hall stage. Multi-award winning dancer and choreographer Asia has created a colorful, lavishly costumed, time transporting performance where 35 dancers pay tribute to such historical women pirates as Anne Bonny, Charlotte de Berry, Cheng I-Sao, Mary Read and the Pirate Queen Grace O’Malley. The audience will be introduced to these remarkable women and their adventures at sea through the art of belly dance. The dancers will be accompanied by eight musicians playing such instruments as doumbek (a goblet-shaped hand drum), tar (wooden frame drum), tabla baladi (a type of bass drum usually played with sticks), zills (finger cymbals) and tambourine. The show titled “Booty,” is based on the book “Booty: Girl Pirates on the High Seas” by Sara Lorimer.

“David Cline was and will forever be the epitome of what makes Santa Monica High School great,” said Al Trundle, Cline’s adviser for four years, Trundle called him an “amazing student,” a “courageous competitor,” and a “consummate musician.”, “Most importantly he was a young man of honor and character,” Trundle said, “It would not surprise me at all to learn that David lost his life as he tried to save others.”, Santa Monica alumni planned to get together on the beach Monday evening to ballerina - ballet dance - pointe shoes - pirouette arabesque - dance therapy discipline - modern novelty gift - custom acrylic light candles and remember Cline..

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 19): Just be who you are. You can win someone over much more easily simply by doing what comes naturally rather than trying to put up a false front. Others will quickly see right through your facade if you try to put on airs. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. 18): Spread your social wings. You can take center stage at the office water cooler or be the leader of the pack down at the local watering hole. Whatever you choose, you’ll be far more content acting in a group than on your own.

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