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In the company’s “Smoke and Mystery” show, Nelson is featured in the “Drill of Death.” She’s raised 18 feet in the air, spun around, and then has a 21-foot-long drill go through her. “I love that piece, because it speaks to survival, knowing something bad is coming and having to overcome that. It’s a show-stopper. Planning and timing are vital in making the effect work. “We practice a lot, making sure everything’s safe. But one of the things that’s fun is that there’s always something that you have to figure out or work around, new skills to learn. Each new venue is a new challenge.”.

San Mateo County History Museum, “Plowing Ahead: Historic Peninsula Farming.” Horse-drawn farm equipment from Runnymede Farm in Woodside, San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City, Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m, daily except Mondays, www.historysmc.org or 650-299-0104, 37th annual Corvette Spectacular, Sept, 22, Registration begins at 8 a.m.; awards at 3:30 p.m, Santa Clara Corvettes, Main Street, Los Altos, Live band, vendors, ballet shoes - machine embroidery - design - instant download - ballerina shoes - ballerina design - baby ballet shoes - ballet raffle prizes, Free for spectators, www.sccorvettes.org or www.wscc.ws..

To recap the recap of last week, the power alliance targeted Jenn, so she played her idol and knocked out Kelley. Somehow, in Rodney’s mind, it is Mike’s fault. Rodney goes to Will, who turned his back on his former No Collar team mates to vote with the Blue Collars, and tells him just how much at fault Mike is. Will is feeling hung out to dry because while the six others votes for Jenn, he had been told to vote for Hali, which pretty much puts a target on his back as Hali got just one vote.

Valley Art Gallery, announcing a featured artist show, “The 3 Primaries” by Carol Grootheart Lutz, runs through July 25, at Valley Art Gallery, 1661 Botelho Drive, Suite 110, Walnut Creek, Carol Gootheart Lutz paints using only the 3 primary colors: ballet shoes - machine embroidery - design - instant download - ballerina shoes - ballerina design - baby ballet shoes - ballet red, yellow and blue, These colors are painted one layer at a time, in as many as 30 or more thin tints, allowing each to dry before adding the next color layer, The Gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday from 11 a.m, to 5 p.m., and now Thursdays until 8 p.m, For more information call 925-935-4311 or visit www.valleyartgallery.org..

Pleasant says the Sea Scout volunteers are also indispensable. “They lift the big, heavy lobster pots and work really hard,” she said. “Boy Scout Troop 501 helps pick it all up and tear everything down. They bring in fresh labor when everyone else is exhausted.”. Proceeds from Claws benefit LGMR’s scholarship program. “We give out $10,000 in scholarships to Los Gatos High School, and Leigh and Westmont students every year,” Pleasant said. Some of the money is also donated to International Rotary projects such as the “End Polio Now” campaign. “We thought we could cross polio off the map, but there was a polio outbreak in Somalia just last month,” Pleasant said.


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