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After hair and makeup, it’s time to pick the perfect corsage. Each guest this evening is escorted by a chaperone buddy. Professional ballerina Marianne Bassing seems more like a fairy godmother to the three sisters. She is caring, complimentary and attends to her charges’ every whim. After the initial article ran, Night to Shine–the first ever in Silicon Valley—went viral with more than 800 volunteers signing up within 24 hours. “High school prom is a rite of passage for so many, a shared experience that evokes wonderful memories,” says Calvary pastor Laura Sizelove, adding that what makes the Night to Shine so special is “the thought of someone experiencing a prom designed just for them, where they feel honored and included connected, with the compassionate hearts of so many.”.

Just head on over to the ninth tea with tiffany turquoise wedding bridal ballet flats, lace aqua blue ballet slippers with ivory satin ties annual Treasure Island Music Festival, where an embarrassment of riches awaits indie-rock, hip-hop and electronic music fans on Saturday and Sunday, This year’s lineup is heavy on rising stars and young talent, with a few established acts thrown in for good measure, Here are our 12 best bets for the 2015 Treasure Island Music Festival, Performing: 8:35 p.m, Saturday, Tunnel Stage, Listen to: “Lights On,” “Fell in the Sun”, Performing: 7:30 p.m, Sunday, Bridge Stage..

But this summer was different. As a first-year member of Girls Incorporated of Alameda County, the eighth-grader from Oakland’s Edna Brewer Middle School was among almost 90 East Bay girls and young women who learned skills through science, technology, engineering and math-geared activities at Cal State East Bay. Activities at the four-week day camp included, for instance last week, building a free-standing cardboard box; creating a new outfit from recycled clothing; and learning dance steps from university sorority members.

A live ‘Roman Holiday’: Hop on a Vespa for a little impromptu “Roman Holiday.” This new Broadway musical adaptation of the classic 1953 Audrey Hepburn picture, from the producers of “Beautiful,” is trying out in San Francisco before it tea with tiffany turquoise wedding bridal ballet flats, lace aqua blue ballet slippers with ivory satin ties zooms to the Great White Way, The musical stars Stephanie Styles as Princess Ann and Drew Gehling as the jaded reporter (the Gregory Peck role), Details: Currently in previews, main run is June 6-18; Golden Gate Theatre, San Francisco; $55-$275; 888-746-1799, www.shnsf.com— Karen D’Souza, Staff..

Making Space: A multimedia group show exploring physical, cultural and historic space. Through Dec. 5. Gallery hours Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., and Nov. 2, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., with a community art station. Artists reception Nov. 13, 5:30-7:30 p.m., with a performance by De Anza’s Ballet Folklorico. Euphrat Museum of Art, De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino. deanza.edu/euphrat. Palo Alto Philharmonic: The symphony presents a program of chamber music, featuring John Palmer’s “Suite for Brass Quintet,” Brahms’ String Quartet Op.51, K 361 and Mozart’s “Gran Partita for Winds, K.361.” Nov. 9, 8 p.m., First Baptist Church, 305 N. California Ave., Palo Alto. Tickets $10-$20. paphil.org.