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“Nutcracker”-related injuries can affect a dancer for months afterward. Last year, Washington Ballet’s Nicole Graniero developed tendinitis in one foot, which led her to overcompensate and injure her other foot. She’d dance in high heels in the party scene, changing into pointe shoes for the Snow Queen or Dew Drop or Sugar Plum or any of the nine roles in which she was cast. Throughout the run, she had two shows off. By her last performance, she could barely walk. “Dancing ‘The Nutcracker’ gave me a six-month injury,” she says. This year, she’s happy to report, she’s been given a lighter load.

Community Sing-Along, Parent-led singing, dancing, ballerina invitation | digital | ballerina birthday invitation | ballet shoe invitation| tutu birthday invitation | dance and tw shaker play and parachute time for infants and toddlers, along with their parents and caregivers, 10:15 to 11 a.m, Mondays, Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak St., Alameda, Free, 510-747-7777, www.cityofalamedaca.gov, Family Storytime, Stories, songs and finger plays suitable for children of all ages and their families, 7 p.m, Tuesdays, Bay Farm Library, 3221 Mecartney Road, Alameda, Free, 510-747-7787, www.cityofalamedaca.gov, Alameda Tongue Twisters Toastmasters, Alameda Tongue Twisters are committed to helping members improve their speaking and leadership skills in a fun and friendly environment, 7 p.m, Tuesdays, Alameda Hospital, 2070 Clinton Ave., Alameda, att.toastmastersclubs.org..

Organizers are seeking donations of artifacts related to African American history and culture, including clothing, photographs and printed material, quilts, corn cob pipes and similar materials, as well as car donations to assist fundraising. Museum backers have said they are trying to raise $1 million to build a new venue to share the collection of artifacts, provide a place for tours, school history field trips and public programs and facilities for conducting research. The museum’s focus would encompass local history, as well as information about black communities in the United States, the Caribbean, Latin America and Canada, and cover slavery, the Reconstruction, the Harlem Renaissance and the civil rights movement, Cavness has said.

ITALIAN (Sept, 30): Mangia! Mangia! The Little Italy Street Festival in this historic San Jose district will feature pasta dishes galore, pizza, calzones, arancini, polenta, caprese salads, meatball and Italian beef sandwiches and for dessert, cannoli, tiramisu, sfingi, pizzelles and gelato, Free admission, 11 a.m, to 7 p.m., West Julian Street, www.littleitalysj.com, OLIVES (Oct, 6-7): In Fremont, Mission San Jose’s olive trees led to a celebration of the fruit of ballerina invitation | digital | ballerina birthday invitation | ballet shoe invitation| tutu birthday invitation | dance and tw the harvest, You can sample olives and olive oil, eat French pizza, linguica sandwiches, Italian ices and more, Free admission, 10 a.m, to 5 p.m, behind the old mission at 43300 Mission Blvd, www.msjchamber.org..

“My mom couldn’t comfort me,” she said. Then a nurse came into the room and sat by her bed. “She told me a story and prayed for me,” Reichardt said. “She sang songs to me. Nurses connect with patients.”. From that point forward, she wanted to be a nurse. As early as 8 years old, she was volunteering at Hemet Valley Hospital, handing out candy to people who had given blood. She held babies. She played with toddlers. “I was amazed by her character and her drive,” said Annette Greenwood, nursing officer at the hospital, and now chief nursing officer at Riverside Community Hospital. “You could never put an obstacle in front of her that she couldn’t find her way around.”.