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The idea the group is pursuing is that YMTC and a couple of other performing arts organizations would become anchor tenants in the project, leasing the building from Realtor John Gordon, who owns the property. Other arts groups would lease space from them. The theater would become a center for performing arts groups such as the West Edge Opera, the Berkeley City Ballet, the Young People’s Symphony Orchestra that have “a lot of community support and an audience that would follow them, but don’t have a home,” Boesing said.

“What we tried to teach our kids was how to assess risk and do as much planning and prevention as you can, but not to have fear stop you from achieving your dreams,” Heeney says, Surprisingly — but lucky for Heeney, you might say — Martin and Emily didn’t fall in love with sailing, so they won’t be pursuing any solo voyages, she says, That’s not what happened to Ethan Hoffman, 18, of Oakland, When he was 16, Ethan’s parents, Deborah and Jonathan, devout Francophiles, encouraged him to take a two-week school trip to France, Ethan was apprehensive about staying ballet shoes red with a foreign family and dealing with social situations without his parents, he says, But, he did it anyway..

Gallery Saratoga: “Farms, Vineyards and the Fruit of the Land,” bright pastoral land-scapes by Charlene Celio. Through Jan. 2. Enjoy refreshments and live jazz at a reception held Dec. 11, 1-5 p.m. 14435A Big Basin Way, Saratoga. 408.867.0458 or Holiday Celebration: The Winchester Orchestra, under music director Henry Mollicone, presents a concert of holiday music that includes classical selections and features soloists Sandra Rubalcava, Nicole Takesono, Brian Thorsett and Michael Morris. The Masterworks Chorale will join the orchestra to perform choruses from Handel’s Messiah. Dec. 18, 7:30 p.m. $20 adults/$15 seniors/$10 students/free to children 12 and under. West Valley College Theater, 14000 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga. The program will repeat Dec. 19, 7 p.m., at Trinity Cathedral in downtown San Jose. For more information, call 408.866.5302, e-mail or visit

The exhibit’s opening gallery is dominated by a set ballet shoes red of 19 bells of varying size, arranged on two levels of a horizontal rack — looking ready to ring the royal family into the afterlife, (A video shows a similar set onstage for a more recent dance performance.) There are other music and performance artifacts, including stylized earthenware dance figures, looking both ancient and modern, The figures manage, as the curators point out, “to capture the dynamic and graceful fluidity of Han dynasty dance.”..

Kid Koala: Nufonia Must Fall: 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13-14, Hammer Theatre Center, 101 Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose. A tale of a robot who falls in love with a roboticist is performed live using a team of puppeteers, miniature sets and film editors, all live-scored by a string quartet and DJ. $29-$46. Speed Weddings: Noon-7 p.m. Feb. 14, Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, 705 Front St., Santa Cruz. The museum will be hosting 50 couples and their guests in six hours of speed weddings (and vow renewals.) 15-minute private ceremony, communal wedding reception that includes an eight-foot long cake, photo booth and DIY button making for you and 10 guests. $139 per couple.