The event, one of 21 United States Equestrian Foundation Heritage competitions, draws hundreds of horses and riders and raises funds for the Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired. There will be luncheons, dinners, a gala dinner dance, a vendor row and opportunities to donate. The Circus Club began in 1920 when youngsters gathered to perform on ponies and show pet cats, goats and dogs that had been trained to do stunts. That first event, held at an estate in Atherton, raised money for Stanford Convalescent Home (now Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital).
OAKLEY — Some parents of eighth-graders are upset by a letter sent home this week that informed them they couldn’t attend the end-of-year celebration at O’Hara Park or Delta Vista middle schools, The letter that parents saw, if their son or daughter remembered brides white wedding flats, satin ivory shoes, lace applique with pearls, lace up ribbon ballet style slipper, comfortable weddi to give it to them, noted that the ceremony will be held during the day on June 7 and that parents could view a livestream of the event online, Luis Garcia’s mother-in-law in Peru was planning to attend her 13-year-old granddaughter’s promotion ceremony, She bought her plane tickets months ago..
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Tickets are $17 for adults, $14 for seniors, and youth are free, They are available at the Lesher Center ticket office, by calling 925-943-7469, or at www.lesherartscenter.org, More more information, go to www.ccwindsymphony.org, Free family movie at Moraga Commons, The public is invited to a brides white wedding flats, satin ivory shoes, lace applique with pearls, lace up ribbon ballet style slipper, comfortable weddi free screening of “The Incredibles” at Moraga Commons Park on Friday, June 3, The show will start at 8:50 p.m, (depending on darkness), at the park, 1425 St, Marys Road, in Moraga, Those attending are invited to bring blankets, and participate in a raffle, There will be concessions sold by host Moraga Youth Involvement Committee, The event is sponsored by the Moraga Park Foundation..
Palo Alto Children’s Theatre. “Junie B. Jones — The Musical!” Jan. 22 through Feb. 8. Book and lyrics by Marcy Heisler, music by Zina Goldrich, based on book series by Barbara Park. Palo Alto Children’s Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $12-$14. 650-463-4970. Palo Alto Players. “Eurydice.” Through Feb. 1. By Sarah Ruhl. “This modern reinterpretation of the classic myth follows Eurydice’s adjustment to afterlife in the Underworld — and the unthinkable choices that follow.” Directed by Jeffrey Lo. Featuring Sarah Moser, Wes Gabrillo, Scott Solomon, Evan Michael Schumacher, Maureen O’Neill, Monica Ho and Monica Cappuccini. Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $31-$45 (discounts available). 650-329-0891 or www.PAplayers.org.
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