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Ziesel, who led the cash-strapped troupe through a difficult period of restructuring, has managed the financial operations of the ballet for the last five years. Ziesel, who could not be reached for comment, oversaw the troupe through a turbulent stretch during which it dismissed its founding artistic director, Dennis Nahat, and reshuffled its board of directors. Ballet officials sang her praises but would not comment on the specifics behind this parting of the ways. “I have nothing but gratitude for Stephanie and all she has contributed to the ballet,” said board chairwoman Millicent Powers. “This is a small organization, and every single person counts for a lot. We wish her the best.”.

Bird Banding for Families will be held Saturday, April 25, 8-10 a.m., at the Coyote Creek Field Station, Join SFBBO and the Santa Clara Valley Audubon red ballet shoes clearance sale Society to see birds up close and learn about bird banding research, Cost is $25 per family, For information or to register, email to outreach@sfbbo.org or visit sfbbo.org/activities/index.php, Learn basic programming with instructor David Hu at Milpitas Public Library’s Computer Training Center, 160 N, Main St, starting Tuesday, April 7 at 7 p.m, By the end of this free 11-week course, students will be able to create their own calculator program, This class is open to anyone with sixth grade math skills, a good understanding of English and basic computer skills, Students will need to bring their own laptops, To register, visit the upstairs Reference Desk or send an email to sfrancis@sccl.org..

BOSTON  — World champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White are well on their way to a record sixth straight ice dance national title. Davis and White broke their own record with 80.69 points Friday in the short dance at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, more than seven points ahead of Madison Chock and Evan Bates, last year’s runners-up. Skating to selections from “My Fair Lady,” Davis and White got a standing ovation when it was over. “This is the first time we felt comfortable enough to let things happen naturally,” Davis said. “This is the fifth time we’re competing the program. With this program, it’s all about being comfortable enough to let things happen naturally, and when you reach a point where it can be just fun, that’s what we really enjoy about skating.”.

Holiday Toy and Food Drive: Donate to the city of Saratoga’s annual holiday toy and food drive, Barrels for toy donations are located at the Saratoga city manager’s office, Toys should be new, unwrapped and nonviolent, Gifts for teenagers are in demand, Toys will be collected through Dec, 15 and given to Sacred Heart Community Service, Saratoga city manager’s office, 13777 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga, Fantasy of Lights 2011: A drive-through holiday lights spectacular, Vasona Lake County Park will be transformed into a wonderland with thousands of colorful twinkling lights and favorite holiday red ballet shoes clearance sale tunes, Animated displays include the popular Fantasy Train, Tunnel of Lights and Motorcycle Santa, Through Dec, 31, 6-10 p.m., nightly, $15 per vehicle (up to nine guests)/$25 per vehicle (10-25 guests)/$50 commercial buses, Vasona Lake County Park, 333 Blossom Hill Rd., Los Gatos, www.parkhere.org/portal/site/parks..

Tickets, sold at the door or in advance, are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors and students. Go to www.elcampaniltheatre.com or call 925-757-9500. Brushoffs and Friends have art show. BRENTWOOD — Brentwood Arts Commission hosts an art show for the Brushoffs and Friends’ original artwork with the theme of “When I Was Young.”. The Public Art Walls third quarter show is at the Brentwood Community Center at 35 Oak St. It will continue until Sept. 24. The show features work from artists Lilly Beatty, Sue Clanton, Linda Hyatt, Judi Inkeles, John Jankowski Sr., Lin Lacey, Sharon L. Martin, Joyce Carroll-Oetgen, Nancy Roberts and Katherine L. Sanchez.