The organization is again collecting donations of lap robes, slipper socks, shawls, small cloth toys and hypoallergenic lotions — but no food to benefit these seniors. Anyone wishing to contribute and schedule a gift pick-up, can call Bunny Coffman at 925-323-5363. The deadline is Dec. 12. For 32 years, LITA has been providing individual and family visits, pet visits, entertainment, youth and student groups, and holiday events for area seniors. LITA of Contra Costa can be reached at925-212-4573 or 510-527-2055. Email email@example.com or visit www.litaofcontracosta.org.
For tickets, call 925-943-SHOW ballet svg ~ ballet slippers svg ~ ballet shoes svg ~ monogram svg ~ recital gift ~ commercial use svg ~ cut file ~ clipart svg- or go to www.lesherartscenter.org, Unfortunately, Onstage Theatre must postpone its opening of “Shipwrecked! An Entertainment, The Amazing Adventures of Louis De Rougemont (As Told by Himself).” Evidently, lead actor Tim Biglow is recovering from surgery and not quite ready to tell his amazing adventures, Stay tuned for a new opening date, or call 925-518-3277, Favorite local actors, including Rhonda Taylor and Jerry Motta, will appear in scenes designed to delight, surprise and tickle your funny bone when “Relationships: Significant and Other” comes to the Mt, Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church, 55 Eckley Lane, in Walnut Creek..
Graniterock Design Center: Original artwork by watermedia artist Nina Uppaluru. Through Jan. 22. 1505 S. De Anza Blvd., Cupertino. 408.996.4500 or www.graniterock.com/locations/cupertino.html. The Lace Museum: The museum’s annual holiday exhibit this year will showcase dolls wearing lace, as well as lace-trimmed Christmas ornaments. Through Jan. 15. The museum features changing exhibits related to lace and the art of lace making. 552 Murphy Ave., Sunnyvale, 408.730.4695 or www.thelace museum.org.
Rock Wall Wine Company combines wine and dance for guests to rock into the New Year at their first New Year’s Eve party in the dome and tasting room, DJ Alex Mejia will keep guests dancing with his music selections as they partake of award-winning wines, tasty bites and sweet treats, skyline views and a sparkling toast at midnight, Commodore Cruises has selected the Cabernet Sauvignon ship for its New Year’s Eve dining cruise, ballet svg ~ ballet slippers svg ~ ballet shoes svg ~ monogram svg ~ recital gift ~ commercial use svg ~ cut file ~ clipart svg- The grand dame of the San Francisco Bay will be the site of an elegant night complete with a gourmet buffet dinner, music, dancing and San Francisco’s elaborate fireworks display as guests cruise on the San Francisco Bay..
Eighth annual Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk and Shop — Noon-4 p.m. Oct. 1. This annual event brings nearly 1,000 attendees to shop and stroll in historic Truckee while indulging in some of the finest vintages and varieties matched with food samples prepared by chefs representing the best restaurants and caterers in the region. $30-$40. www.truckeewinewalk.com. Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week — Oct. 2-9. Enjoy three-course, prix fixe menus at more than 60 participating restaurants throughout the Lake Tahoe region for $20, $30 or $40 per person; www.TahoeRestaurantWeek.com.