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Registration takes place the day of the event at 9 a.m. at Creekside Park, and one hour later, participants will run, walk or dance, accompanied by strollers, friends and dogs along Marsh Creek Trail on the three-mile course. Everyone is invited, whether they participate in the walk or just stroll around and cheer on participants. With diabetes and dogs as the main focus, there will be plenty of non-walk activities to make the outing worthwhile. Nurses will be on hand to monitor blood pressure and suggest exercises for good health; representatives from John Muir Health will donate glucose meters and test strips; literature will be available for a new screening device called Trialnet; and a massage therapist will work out any pre- or post-walk kinks.

Storyteller Diane Ferlatte and musician Erik Pearson perform at 11 a.m, and Dan Chan presents a magic show at 2 p.m, Details: 510-981-6260, Tickets are $5, with all proceeds dedicated to rebuilding, For details call 510-236-SHOW, pointy shoes. ballet flats. pointy black shoes. black leather shoes. handmade ballet flats. personalized gift. handmade shoes. p Lindsay is “a retired Australian diplomat who loves the high mountain regions of the world” and is organizing a small group for a three-week hike in September to the seldom visited Mt, K2 base camp on the Chinese side, The free program starts with refreshments and conversation at 5:30 p.m..

Bleu may sound a bit like the famous French cooking school, but teens know him for his participation in the High School Musical series; his work for the Disney Channel, including appearances on Hannah Montana; and most recently on Dancing with the Stars. Bleu played the lead role of Usnavi in the Broadway production of In the Heights, a musical that focuses on the Hispanic Washington Heights neighborhood of New York. That production won Tony Awards in 2008 for best musical, score, choreography and orchestration.

“We’ll get introduced to a song at a jam and if we really like it, we’ll check it out on YouTube or on records and hear all the different ways people have done it, Then we’ll make up our own groove, sometimes add new pointy shoes. ballet flats. pointy black shoes. black leather shoes. handmade ballet flats. personalized gift. handmade shoes. p lyrics, change the melodies a little bit and re-harmonize it, “It’s fun to explore what these songs from other times might have meant to people who were singing basically the same melodies and words back then — and how that’s different when it’s coming out of my mouth.”..

And in Clayton, there are similar feelings. “It’s nice to see the kids getting so excited and it makes everyone else get in the spirit as well,” says Gloria Utley, a member of the sponsoring Clayton Business and Community Association for the Clayton event. In Concord, live entertainment, starting at 5 p.m., features choirs from Calvary Temple, Fair Oaks and Queen of All Saints, dance performances by members of D’Ann’s Academy of Dance and instrumental music performed by the Concord High School Jazz Band — with ABC News anchor Dan Ashley serving as emcee.