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Lou Fancher, freelance choreographer, ballet mistress, author and journalist, choreographed “Escape” as an exploration of the word as a noun and a verb. Also on the program are dances by the faculty at Saint Mary’s College, CatherineMarie Davalos, Pope Flyne, Dana Lawton and Shaunna Vella. Last year the Saint Mary’s College Dance Company was chosen to represent the Southwest Region at the National College Dance Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Tickets are $10 general admission; $8 Seniors age 65 and older and non-Saint Mary’s students; $5 for faculty, staff and students. For tickets and information call 925-631-4670.

• Menlo Park will hold its first-ever Community Emergency Drill from 8 a.m, to 1 p.m, June 24 at Fremont Park (Santa Cruz Avenue and University Drive), The drill, titled “Neighbors Helping Neighbors,” is organized by the Menlo Park Fire Protection District’s Community Crisis Management Team, in cooperation with the city of Menlo Park and the Menlo Park Police Department, Residents who attend will learn more about emergency response and how the district’s Community Emergency Response Team and equipment are used to assist in emergencies, The aim is to better prepare Menlo Park residents in case embroidered leather ballet flat sandal of a disaster and to improve collaboration between the city, first responders and volunteers during a major emergency, For more information or to RSVP for the free event, visit http://bit.ly/MPcrisisdrill..

The first celebration will be held from 8 p.m. to midnight Jan. 24, when the Lesher Center holds “Flappers and Flasks: Roaring in the Centennial.” This adults-only party will re-create the Lesher into a 1900s speakeasy as a kickoff to the centennial celebration. Attendees can eat and dance the night away. Cocktail attire and festive costumes are welcome. The cost is $100 per person — and free to anyone 100 years or older. Tickets are on sale now call 925-946-SHOW or lesherartscenter.org.

Generations: 8 p.m.-midnight Dec, 7, UC Theatre Taube Family Music Hall, 2036 University Ave., Berkeley, This event, led by rapper P-Lo, will highlight and celebrate the Filipino-Bay Area connection and influence in music, $15-$20, www.theuctheatre.org/event/1784171-p-lo-berkeley/, Winter Girlpreneur Pop-Up Shop: 2-5 p.m, Dec, 9, Lafayette Community Center, 500 St, Marys Road, Handmade products such as greeting cards, bath bombs, jewelry, pet supplies and more, www.girlscrushingit.org, African Children’s Choir: 7 p.m, Dec, 30, Antioch Church Family, 55 E 18th embroidered leather ballet flat sandal St., Antioch, The program features well-loved children’s songs, traditional spirituals and gospel favorites, Free, www.africanchildrenschoir.com..

• Carriage rides return to town–The sounds of horses’ hooves hitting the pavement return to Los Gatos through Dec. 23 with the traditional holiday carriage rides departing from Town Plaza Park. Rides last approximately 15 minutes and include a horse-drawn tour of the historic Almond Grove neighborhood. Prices and ride schedules vary. Advance reservations can be made online at lgchamber.com or call 408.354.9300. • Santastic–Popular holiday songs and stories undergo a magical makeover, emerging as Motown, big band and rock ‘n’ roll hits in this original, 45-minute one-act musical. After each performance, the cast leads a full hour of post-show activities, including cookie decorating, an “interactive imagination station” for making holiday cards, photos with Saint Nick and more. Runs Saturdays at the Retro Dome, 1694 Saratoga Ave., San Jose, Dec. 1-22, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tickets are $15-$36. Call 408.404.7711 or visit theretrodome.com for full details.