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In San Ramon, the new Christmas tradition is the city’s community theater production of the “Happy Holidays Musical Revue,” written by Lisa Barber and Terry Cunningham. In it, Tony and Bernadette Natale throw their annual Christmas party, and just about the whole town turns out to celebrate the season and share some of their talent with the crowd. The show opens Friday in the Front Row Theatre, 17011 Bollinger Canyon Road in San Ramon. It plays Fridays through Sundays at various times through Dec. 22. Tickets, at $11-$16, may be reserved at 925-973-3343 or www.SanRamonPerfomringArts.com.
In Livermore at the Bankhead Theatre, ballroom dance shoes with arch support 2400 First St., there is plenty planned to keep your holidays cheery in any number of languages and styles including, “A Doo Wop Holiday Celebration,” featuring Best of Doo Wop at 2 p.m, Sunday for an afternoon of classic songs of the season and a talent lineup that includes pop singer (“Poetry In Motion” and “It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'”) Johnny Tillotson, The Vibrations band, “A Tribute to The Platters” and comedy host Steve Bruner, Tickets are $45 to $65..
“The Nutcracker,” probably the top Christmas entertainment, will be performed by Valley Dance Theatre with full orchestral accompaniment by the Livermore-Amador Symphony. It will be the complete classical ballet by Tchaikovsky with eight matinee and evening performances Dec. 14-22. Tickets, $24-$34. “Home for the Holidays: A WWII Christmas,” which stars Andrea Marcovicci, a wonderful performer who delivers stories, poetry and the timeless songs of the WWII era along with holiday favorites in her performance at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Tickets are $36 to $55, $15 for students. Tickets for these shows may be reserved at 925-373-6800 or www.bankheadtheater.org.
The San Ramon Symphonic Band will present its holiday program with “Horns for the Holidays,” at 7 p.m, Dec, 20 in the Dougherty Valley Performing Arts Center, 10550 Albion Road in San Ramon, It features classical music by Gabrieli, along with Alfred Reed’s Russian Christmas Music and a seasonal tune by John Lennon and Yoko Ono along with singalong tunes with the band, Tickets, at $6 and free for children and teens with student ID, may be reserved at ballroom dance shoes with arch support www.sanramonperformingarts.com..
The snow will be courtesy of Glacier Ice and not Mother Nature. Twenty tons of snow is only the tip of the iceberg at this 11th annual event which has become quite a tradition for local families, said Monica Magee, community outreach manager for the business park. About 200 people attended that first tree lighting. This year organizers expect as many as 3,500 people to come and enjoy the festivities. There will be live reindeer, live performances on two stages by the Dougherty Valley High School choir, Bollinger Elementary string musicians and dancers from the San Ramon Valley Dance Academy’s “Impressions of the Nutcracker” show, a Fire Pixie LED light show and the Windermere Ranch Middle School choir.
Sunset Development Company has provided the city and residents of San Ramon with a spectacular kickoff to the holiday season each year, Planning is virtually year-round, said Magee, but it really kicks into action in September, “There are 300 small details,” and the timing is the biggest challenge, she said, but it certainly is a team effort and well worth the work, Bishop Ranch Landscaping Director Del Fitchett coordinates his team of 10 to 15 workers in the landscape department ballroom dance shoes with arch support in early November to start hanging 300,000 lights on 150 trees throughout Bishop Ranch and on the sculpture visible from Interstate 680 that, when lit up with 12,000 lights, looks like two holiday wreaths, A crew of three work full-time on the decorations and tree..
The spectacular 70-foot white fir Christmas tree (5 feet taller than last year’s tree) has been delivered, trimmed and shaped to perfection. Fitchett says it takes about 10 days to decorate the tree with the 60,000 lights and a multitude of ornaments. His crew then places about 600 poinsettias throughout the lobbies of Bishop Ranch and hangs a couple of dozen wreaths on the buildings. “It’s still exciting every year when you hear the countdown and the tree lights up,” she said. The official lighting will be at 6:30 p.m.
Food trucks featuring hot dogs, Mexican food and other goodies will provide food for sale as well as free refreshments, Because it’s the season for giving, take the opportunity to contribute coats, sweaters, blankets and other donations to the 10th annual One Warm Coat drive sponsored by the San Ramon Valley Rotary Club, canned food and ballroom dance shoes with arch support donations to the Contra Costa Food Bank or unwrapped toys for the San Ramon Police Department’s “Stuff the Cruiser” toy drive for East Bay children in need, And don’t forget to stop by and say “hi” to Santa and take a photo, Free parking will be available at Bishop Ranch One and Two..