The event is organized annually at the beginning of October by the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce and its Asian American Business Council. Festivities will include Indian food, a rangoli display, business and craft booths, music and dance. Admission to the festival grounds is free with plenty of free parking available at De Anza College. Diwali imarks the beginning of the new business year in India and the festival promotes hope and prosperity for the upcoming year. The holiday is celebrated all around the world, and Diwali sees gift exchanges and offers treats to friends and neighbors, according to event organizers.
The Peninsula was well represented, Seen giving the dancers a standing ovation were Smuin board members David Berger, Lee Baxter, Dell Larsen, Edie and husband Bob Kirkwood, new board member Maria and Nersi Nazari, as well as Christine Suppes, Alan and wife Carol Kaganov, Merillyn Noren and Clement ballet shoes turquoise wall art - art - printable watercolor - modern minimalist poster - printable sign - digital print and An Chen with their daughter Patti Chen, Smuin Ballet will be performing its “Untamed Dance Series” today through Sunday at the Mountain View Performing Arts Center, Email Janet Duca Norton at society@ dailynewsgroup.com..
Pacific Art League. PAL Members’ Exhibition, juror JoAnn Edwards, executive director of the Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco; and Jon Haag & Brian Sal Corral, collaborative exhibition of drawings and paintings. Through Jan. 29. Pacific Art League, 668 Ramona St., Palo Alto. Free. Peninsula Museum of Art. “Andrew Voogel: Record of Exile,” through Jan. 26; artist talk and closing reception, 1-4 p.m. Jan. 18. Shan Shan Sheng, Jan. 25 through April 5. Artist talk: exhibitors Shan Shan Sheng, Wanxin Zheng, Ming Ren, and Eun Lee for the 2015 Lunar New Year of the Sheep, 1-4 p.m. Feb. 15. Peninsula Museum of Art, 1777 California Drive, Burlingame. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesdays through Sundays. Free admission. 650-692-2101 or www.peninsulamuseum.org.
California Shakespeare Theater’s latest production is both something new and something very old, “Everybody” is Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ new adaptation of the 15th-century English morality play “The Summoning of Everyman” (or ballet shoes turquoise wall art - art - printable watercolor - modern minimalist poster - printable sign - digital print really “Somonyng,” because that’s how old school it is), Jacobs-Jenkins is the inventive and challenging playwright of “An Octoroon,” which Berkeley Rep did last year, itself a wildly metatheatrical adaptation of an 1859 melodrama, A 2018 Pulitzer finalist that premiered off-Broadway last year, “Everybody” is remarkably faithful to “Everyman” in its basic story, God sends Death to fetch somebody who represents Everybody to journey to the afterlife for the final reckoning, Everybody tries to get somebody to come along to help, but all the people and things that seemed so reliable and important in life offer nothing but disappointment..
“I’m not saying that little girls should necessarily watch me and want to do exactly what I do, but I hope that some of them can see my performance and say, ‘That’s something I didn’t realize girls could do,'” she said. For me, that’s the most important thing: empower someone to believe in themselves.”. ——. Online: https://www.ringling.com/SectionLandingPage.aspx?id. ——. Mark Kennedy is at http://twitter.com/KennedyTwits. AP-WF-02-12-15 1316GMT.