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Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival
Please email to reserve your spot. You must get a response to confirm your email. 100 spots available. - Now down to 70 available. Filling up fast!!! Children must be with an adult. This is for Homeschooling families. Riverside County Date Festival Meetup February 22nd, 2019 Meet at the South Entrance on Dr. Carreon BLVD. NOT THE FRONT GATE Meet at 9:30 sharp!! to check in (please try to be on time as we are a large group and families and children are waiting often for others that are running late we can not wait) we will get final counts we enter at 10am Once we enter in the gate as a group -families can stay til whenever you want to leave. If you are running late we can NOT wait for you. Free for up to 100. To confirm your spot email only!! This meet up please email Ms. Heather to confirm your spot. [masked] Address for the Fairgrounds 46350 Arabia St, Indio, CA 92201- Park in the Back of the fairgrounds- Parking $10 Please Meet at the South Entrance on Dr. Carreon BLVD. Parking is $10
McCallum Theatre Education Program Oregon Ballet Theatre : Rhapsody in Blue Program is geared for 6th-12th grade March 8th,[masked]am FREE This meetup is capped at 60 kids/25 adults so please email Ms. Heather to confirm [masked] Please meet at Water Feature McCallum Theatre 73000 Fred Waring Drive Palm Desert, CA 92260 Please let Mrs. Heather know if you would like a study guide one can be provided via email. Oregon Ballet Theatre comes to McCallum with a powerful dance concert. The program will open with narrated excerpts from Napoli, a masterwork by Danish choreographer August Bournonville, choreographed in 1842. The Bournonville tradition - exemplified by naturalistic mime and fast fleeting footwork - is physically demanding but also easily accessible to all, with grace and joy underpinning its exuberance. The second dance, Rhapsody in Blue, is a new dynamic work, choreographed by OBT’s Resident Choreographer Nicolo Fonte in 2017. The suggestion of a story can be found in shifting pairings, sometimes male/female, sometimes male/male, with thematic elements of play, romance, friendship and community woven throughout this modern day ballet. Set to George Gershwin’s iconic masterpiece Rhapsody in Blue, the dance is performed to live music played by Thomas Lauderdale (of Pink Martini fame) and Hunter Noack on two pianos in full view of the audience.