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Old-Fashioned Fourth of July for Children. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. July 4. San Mateo County History Museum. Food, crafts. Museum admission will be half-price that day: $2.50 for adults, $1.50 for seniors and students, free for kids 5 and under. www.historysmc.org or 650-299-0104. Movies on the Square. Sunset on Thursdays through Sept. 25. Free. June 19: “The Hunger Games — Catching Fire.” June 26: “Frozen” sing-a-long. July 10: “E.T. The Extra Terrestrial.” July 17: “Turbo.” July 24: “Saving Mr. Banks.” July 31: “Gravity.” Aug. 7: “The Wizard of Oz.” Aug. 14: “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.” Aug. 21: “The Croods.” Aug. 28: “Monuments Men.” Sept. 4: “Mr. Peabody and Sherman.” Sept. 11: “Spaceballs.” Sept. 18 : “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” Sept. 25: “Muppets Most Wanted.” Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. www.redwoodcity.org/events/movieschedule.html.

The three sailors, all from the Broadway revival, were excellent, Tony Yazbeck’s virile, smooth-voiced Gabey, Clyde Alves’ peppy Ozzie and Jay Armstrong Johnson’s malleable Chip are all strong singer-dancers, Alysha Umphress, a Bay Area native, was an ideal Hildy; her brassy “Come Up to My Place” (a sort dance jewelry - pendant necklace - pink ballet shoes ballerina necklace, glass tile pendant necklace, wearable watercolor art of prototype for “West Side Story’s” “Gee, Officer Krupke”) and saucy “I Can Cook, Too” pretty much stole the show’s first half..

Given the physical demands of this show, the actors really have their work cut out for them, and they do not disappoint. Not only does the entire cast wow the audience with the physical demands of the show, but they also create multidimensional characters, adding a surprising depth to the musical. Edwards reprises his role of Tarzan having played the legendary character in Disney’s regional premiere of the work. A versatile performer, Edwards incorporates the naiveté and physicality of Tarzan into much more as he matures and falls in love with Jane (beautifully performed by an enthusiastic Anya Absten).

The bright colors of decades-old traditional Chinese costumes dazzled incoming guests, distracting them from the dancers, martial artists and singers scurrying to get some final moments of practice, They were about to take the stage at the Chinese Performing Arts of America cultural center on Saturday in San Jose to participate in a commemoration of the life of its co-founder, Ann Woo, Just over a year has passed since Woo died under unexplained circumstances, But while a police investigation into her death persists, people gathered this weekend to showcase dance jewelry - pendant necklace - pink ballet shoes ballerina necklace, glass tile pendant necklace, wearable watercolor art her lasting impact on the community..

Longtime History San Jose volunteer Carole Dwinell signed up for one of Kelsey’s introductory classes and was hooked. “I was intrigued,” Dwinell says. “The actual hand-manipulation and feel of the ink…hand-set type is very sensual.”. Dwinell now owns two printers–a Baltimore No. 11 Printing Press and a Craftsman Imperial Press–that she uses and demonstrates at fairs like the recent San Jose Printing Fair as well as in local classrooms. “Children like it the best,” she says. “They’re like sponges soaking up all of this information so if you can bring this little press in, show them and then do it, they’ll never forget.”.