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Details: Aug, 12, Third Street, San Juan Bautista The fair’s official hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m., but savvy buyers arrive as the roosters begin to crow, Free admission and parking, Dogs are not allowed, For information, call ( 831) 623-4107 or visit the website here, Proceeds go to the Rotary Club’s numerous community programs, Niles Antique Faire & Flea Market: The 54th Niles Antique Faire & Flea Market takes place on Aug, 26 in the historic Niles District of Fremont, It’s one of the oldest shows held in our neck of the woods, and could draw ballet shoes by noel streatfeild as many as 30,000 visitors..
Smuin Ballet’s ‘Dance Series Two’ ends season. Smuin Ballet’s “Dance Series Two” concludes its 22nd season. There will be evening and matinee performances May 27-28, at the Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek. The program features “Oasis,” a world premiere ode to water, by acclaimed choreographer Helen Pickett, and set to an original score by “House of Cards” composer Jeff Beal. Also featured are “Return to a Strange Land,” by Jirí Kylian, and “Tutto Eccetto il Lavandino” (everything but the kitchen sink), by Val Caniparoli.
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The worker was hit about 12:30 p.m. in what Berkeley Unified School District spokesman Mark Coplan described as a tragic accident. Representatives from Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal-OSHA) were investigating the death, Coplan said. Jessika Green of Oakley; Khyber Law of Antioch and Starkisha Benson of Berkeley were charged in a 22-count indictment on in federal court in Oakland, United States Attorney Melinda Haag said. They are accused of wire fraud, conspiracy to file false claims, filing false claims, effecting fraudulent transactions with an access device, theft of public money and aggravated identity theft, Haag said.