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Glaize’s work has been displayed at the Santa Clara Art Association and Fine Art League of Cupertino’s annual shows in past years, where she has received awards for both her watercolor and mixed media painting. She was the Santa Clara Art Association’s 2013 Artist of the Year and participated in the Silicon Valley Open Studios in 2014 and 2015. The public is invited to attend the meeting, meet the artist and see her demonstration for free. The breakfast, a 50-year old tradition in Milpitas, is sponsored by the Sunnyhills United Methodist Church and the Sunnyhills Neighborhood Association. Breakfast is free, though donations are requested. All Milpitas residents and business owners are invited to attend and participate. The Milpitas Community Breakfast occurs the first (non-holiday) Saturday of the month except in July and August. The next breakfast will be April 2. For more information, call (408) 262-0420.

The most viral social media element about the support effort has been the photos of groups of people each holding up a single letter that together spell out “Camille Strong.” Some of the photos were taken by family friends, but several have been complete strangers to the Chabot family, They have been sent from Camille’s friends at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, where ballet necklace- dancers gift- sterling silver- ballerina jewelry- recital gift- dance coach- ballet slipper- dancers necklace she went to college before starting her chemotherapy treatments, elementary school classes, the Dublin High football team, youth soccer teams, spin class members at Club Sport, an Irish dance troupe and even some from as far away as Africa, France and Singapore..

Delta Gallery hosts variety of art classes. ANTIOCH — Delta Gallery is offering a new series of art classes for children, teens and adults. Classes include oil painting, acrylic, watercolor, alcohol inks and jewelry design along with themed classes and clay sculpture for children. The instructors are professional artists who love sharing their knowledge and passion with students of all experience levels. Also home to a colorful exhibit of original fine art by local artists, Delta Gallery is located in the Streets of Brentwood Shopping Center, 2485 Sand Creek Road, Suite 128, Brentwood. For details about classes, exhibits and events, visit www.DeltaGallery.com or call 516-5935.

After a routine that portrayed a couple dealing with the various natural disasters of late, the dancers got a standing ovation, Nigel called the routine, “beautiful,” said it was the best he had seen Neil dance and that he could see Jasmine joining a dance company after the ballet necklace- dancers gift- sterling silver- ballerina jewelry- recital gift- dance coach- ballet slipper- dancers necklace SYTYCD tour, With tears in her eyes, Mary talked about how dance can make people emotional and that Jasmine was spectacular, Jesse called Jasmine his favorite dancer of the season, This routine was fast and furious, and even Cat commented, “Crazy!” when it was done, Mary said the athleticism was “crazy,” the drops were “nuts” and the knew spins were nuts” — she loved it, “Good golly, Miss Bollywood,” said Jesse, who added he would need a massage after the routine, and Nigel said he hadn’t seen a Bollywood number that was so demanding, It was during a Bollywood routine that Alex ruptured his Achilles tendon and he was determined to conquer the style..

Rockridge Halloween Parade: Costumed procession with trick-or-treating along College Avenue, noon, Oct. 27., College Avenue Presbyterian Church, 5951 College Ave. Free. 815-546-0133. Degree of Pocahontas Festival: Features a host of games, costume prizes, crafts, food and a haunted house. 6-9 p.m. Oct. 18-19, Pocahontas Hall, 1403 Main St. $1.50 includes haunted house, treat bags and gaming coupons. Additional coupons 25 to 50 cents. Lunch $4. 925-625-1102. Harvest Festival: Festivities include a costume parade, canine costume parade, pie eating and pumpkin contests (bring pre-carved pumpkin). Arts, crafts, vendors. All parade participants receive a goody bag. 1-3 p.m. Oct. 19, Civic Center Plaza, 3231 Main St. Free. 925-625-7044, or email coelho@ci.oakley.ca.us.