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Christmas in Oz a world premiere holiday treat
To celebrate its historic 85th anniversary, East Bay Childrens Theatre is decking the halls with a new holiday musical for the entire family, Christmas in Oz. For the first time ever, the venerated company will be partnering with another East Bay institution: Chanticleers Theatre in Castro Valley, which will be hosting the world premiere event from November 17 through December 17.
Its Christmas time again and somewhere in Kansas, Dorothy is lonely for her friends back in Oz. And so, with the help of the kindly Mr. Tinker, she builds a magical wish machine, and returns to the Emerald City Ð just in time for the big holiday celebration.
Stage 1 hosts Durst Case Scenario
Fresh from the national tour of his award-nominated, hysterical chronicle of the action packed 2016 election, Elect to Laugh, comedian, columnist, actor, author, and former oyster shucker Will Durst is excited to present his new solo outing Durst Case Scenario. This one-man show is a comedic exploration of how America is changing during the Time of Trump. Durst Case Scenario is a rollicking feast of satire as up-to-date as the Presidents latest 4 a.m. tweet.
Join Stage 1 Theatre for this special event on Saturday, November 18 at the Newark Memorial High School theatre. Durst is a supporter of local theatre and graciously is sharing his many talents to this one night of comedy to help Stage 1 Theatre keep live theatre alive!
In this lightning-paced, 80-minute comedic tour-de-force, Durst, described by the Oregonian as the thinking mans comic, analyzes where we are, how we got here and what possible destinations lie ahead. Along with detailing the changes hes experiencing, he also recounts the wacky zany antics, palace intrigues and pitfalls of polarization threatening our country in this, The New Abnormal. Its incisive and trenchant and profound and chock full of jokes. Many funny ones.
Four-footed friends of a different stripe
Two young male zebras have come to Oakland Zoo from Safari West in Santa Rosa, bringing the Zoos new herd to a total of four zebrasÑtwo males and two females.
The new males, Beaker and Beetlejuice, aged 1 and 2 years old, are far younger than their new female herd-mates, both in their 20s. Stormy and Jumoke have lived at Oakland Zoo their entire lives. The zebra pairs have been slowly introduced to each other under the supervision and planning of zookeepers; for the time being, the males are separated by a fence line until all settle down and show more signs of ease around each other.
In the wild, a natural herd consists of four or more zebras, led by a male stallion. Male zebras are typically more calm than females. Zookeepers note, introducing two younger males would be easiest on our older ladies.
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November 14 - November 20
Thanksgiving Feast Food Drive
Fremont Chamber of Commerce
Free Dental Checkup for Military Veterans
Union City Dental Clinic
Toddler Time $
Ardenwood Historic Farm
November 15 - November 19
American Red Cross Blood Drive - R
Fremont-Newark Blood Center
Red Kettle Kickoff Luncheon $R
Salvation Army Newark
FFRC New Strategic Plan Public Forum
Fremont Family Resource Center, Pacific Room #H800
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