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* 2 p.m. and 3:40 p.m., Story telling with Armando Ramirez from the Redwood City Public Library. Amphitheatre. * 3:30 p.m., Performances by the Cañada College Theatre Arts Department. For bus transportation, take routes 274 and 278. Parking is free on the campus. Redwood City International is the founding sponsor. Lagunitas Brewing of Petaluma, Calif., and Chicago, Ill.; Pacific Dining Food Service Management; Redwood City Public Library; and San Mateo Credit Union are partner sponsors. For more information about the event and the scholarship, go to www.canadacollege.edu/fiesta.

Before Laurie and Val ruled the room, my favorite performance went to Terra Jole and Sasha Farber who took on the samba to Cirque’s “O” with verve and enthusiasm, Terra danced up a storm and Sasha did a great job with choreography, When the dance was over, the audience wouldn’t stop clapping and cheering, Carrie Ann described Terra perfectly: “You are in a league of your own, ivory silk toddler shoe, little girls wedding shoe, easter shoe, flower girl shoe, baby ballet slipper, christening shoe, baby s You dance beyond your body!” Terra and Sasha’s 9 and two 8s were well deserved..

Teen Advisory Group: 7-8 p.m. May 6. Teens are invited. Call 925-673-0659. Gardening Stories and Craft: 11-11:40 a.m. May 15. Kids ages 3-7 can listing to a special reading, “Where’s Your Grandma Today,” about volunteering, shared by the Assistance League of Diablo Valley. There will also be a craft. Register in advance. “Daughter Cell” Author Talk: 7-8 p.m. April 16. Adults are invited to an author talk and reading with Jay Hartlove about the second Sanantha Mauwad mystery, “Daughter Cell,” in which a genetic researcher wakes up with a memory gap set against a backdrop of ancient cults colliding with cutting-edge science.

As part of the Zero1 Biennial Art Festival, the ballet is teaming with Jim Campbell, an electronic artist known for incorporating electronic memory, prerecorded images and live images, Campbell will use 1,000 LED spheres synchronized with the dancers to ivory silk toddler shoe, little girls wedding shoe, easter shoe, flower girl shoe, baby ballet slipper, christening shoe, baby s create an interplay of light and dance, Also performing: San Francisco Opera Adler Fellow and mezzo-soprano Maya Lahyani, The untitled program runs Oct, 19-28 at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 700 Howard St, Tickets are $20-$65; contact 415-978-2787 or www.linesballet.org..

This year, there are 24 competitive Tony categories. Winners will be determined by some 850 industry insiders. Kevin Spacey will host the awards show June 11 from Radio City Music Hall. Midler will compete with “War Paint” stars Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole; Denee Benton, of “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812” and Eva Noblezada of “Miss Saigon.”. In a quirk, Midler actually earned her first Tony nomination but has already won one of the trophies — the 1974 Special Tony Award for “for adding luster to the Broadway season” during a concert stand the year before at the Palace Theatre.