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“Along the way, we will stop at different sites that form a backdrop for the dancing and the musicians. You will be invited to participate, too,” Epifano explained. According to Koike, this year’s show focuses on the Island’s history at the turn of the century. Around 1900, the tidal canal was completed, and immigrants from all over the world began arriving. The themes will be brought to live by about 10 dancers, seven musicians, three artists and a narrator/emcee. Plus, Rhythmix has a complementary studio show on exhibit through June 29, featuring work by environmental painter Ginny Parsons, photographer Pons Maar and industrial designer/artist Marc Ribaud.

Gov’t Mule, “Shout!” (Blue Note): azure - handmade leather ballet flats - ikat juttis - traditional jutti / mojari / khussa with a contemporary twist The Mule’s latest ride is a two-disc affair featuring dual versions of the same songs with guest vocalists such as Dave Matthews, Grace Potter, Dr, John and others, Sammy Hagar, “Sammy Hagar & Friends” (Frontiers): The Red Rocker celebrates the 40th anniversary of his recording career by enlisting pals such as Kid Rock, Toby Keith, Ronnie Dunn, Heart’s Nancy Wilson for this high-energy set, Alan Jackson, “The Bluegrass Album” (EMI Nashville): The country star digs into his roots, covering songs by Bill Monroe, the Dillards and more..

Pacific Art League. “40 Watts: Illuminating Herstory.” Through April 27. Norton Gallery, 668 Ramona St, Palo Alto. pacificartleague.org or 650-321-3891. Palo Alto Art Center. “Clear Story,” site-specific, walk-in installation by Bay Area artist Mildred Howard, through August, King Plaza, in front of Palo Alto City Hall. “LawnBowls: A Site-Specific Environmental Installation,” by Judith Selby Lang, through February 2013, Palo Alto Lawn Bowls Club, 474 Embarcadero, Palo Alto. “Water Lilies,” by Judith Selby Lang, large-scale floating structures made of plastic bottles calling attention to issues of water pollution, recycling, reuse and environmental sustainability, through September, Baylands Nature Preserve, 2775 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto. www.cityofpaloalto.org/artcenter.

“It’s like I’m a mermaid in the water,” Raquel says, Since joining the San Jose Angelfish, a synchronized swimming team founded and coached by Los Gatos azure - handmade leather ballet flats - ikat juttis - traditional jutti / mojari / khussa with a contemporary twist resident Katie Killebrew, Raquel has been racking up the medals and making a name for herself, and it’s only been six short months, She even competed in July in San Diego at the California State Games, a statewide amateur sports festival supported by the U.S, Olympic Committee, where she walked away with a silver and a bronze medal..

Bill Wilson Center provides housing and counseling for homeless youth in Santa Clara County. BWC’s Adopt-A-Family program is fulfilling the holiday wishes of more than 1,500 of the neediest youth selected by the County Department of Family and Children’s Services. These children have been removed from their families due to abuse or neglect; our goal is to simply provide a bit of extra joy during the holiday season. BWC needs gift cards (Walmart, Target, etc.) for the youth. These youth rarely get the opportunity to buy something new. Bill Wilson Center is at 3490 The Alameda, Santa Clara. 408-243-0222, www.billwilsoncenter.org.