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Tea for Two: An exhibit showcasing items that the women of the 20th century would use for tea. Through Nov. 9. Lace Museum, 552 S. Murphy Ave., Sunnyvale. Free. 408-730-4695, thelacemuseum.org. Korda Moda: An exhibit that captures the evolution of Cuban fashion photography during the 1950s and 1960s and features 30 photographs by photographer Alberto Díaz Gutiérrez, known as Korda and most famous for his image of Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Through Dec. 6. Krause Center for Innovation, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. Free; parking $3. krauseinnova tioncenter.org.

The original campus, located in the middle of open fields near where her father ran a dairy, had been in existence for 14 years when she was born, She entered first grade duffel bag * personalized ballet shoes duffle bags * sports dance team tote bag * custom ballerina bag with name * monogrammed g there in 1923 and watched the first wooden school burn to the ground a year later from her family’s home three blocks away on Richmond Street, In 1942 she was hired as a teacher at the brick school that had replaced the building that burned, serving until 1977, Finally, in the 1990s, she returned as a volunteer tutor at Fairmont until she retired from that role at the end of the 2014 school year, She never married and still lives on Richmond Street where she was born and raised..

Children’s Holiday Festival, History Park, 1650 Senter Road, San Jose (entrance at 635 Phelan Avenue). Santa will be on hand for photo opportunities. Children can ride the trolley with Santa Claus and operate the hand car. There will be live music and entertainment, holiday crafts for kids and story time with the Snow Queen. Park open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with main activities noon to 4 p.m. $8 per family of up to four, $2 per additional person. www.historysanjose.org. Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian “Nutcracker,” Flint Center for the Performing Arts, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino. The holiday favorite dramatizes the traditional story of Masha meeting her “Prince” and, exclusive to Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker, adds a tribute to world peace as well. 3 p.m. $88-$28 at www.ticketmaster.com.

Berkeley: The David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way in Berkeley, holds its first-ever Earth Day observance from noon to 6 p.m, April 18, The family-oriented day will include speaker panels on climate change solutions; creative reuse and fix-it workshops with the duffel bag * personalized ballet shoes duffle bags * sports dance team tote bag * custom ballerina bag with name * monogrammed g Ecology Center; bicycle tuneup demonstrations; “Earth-inspired live art-making projects by local artists”; short films; hands-on workshops; food and live music by Country Joe McDonald and Bob Reid, Rob Reich, Ila Cantor, and Gayle Lynn and her Hired Hands, Admission is free, but a $10 donation is requested, Valet bike parking will be available, www.browercenter.org/earth-day-2015..

San Bruno Mayor Jim Ruane commented that the contents of the capsule demonstrate the collaborative efforts of the community. Items collected through the year from the city, schools, and community organizations, include the city’s Activity Guide, General Plan, Transit Corridor’s Plan, as well as elementary school yearbooks, medallions and flags of community organizations, CDs, and articles documenting the past and present — and even a menu with current prices. “The Rotary Club of San Bruno has contributed to the community, along with many other organizations, to create and sustain the community that we call San Bruno,” Ruane said. “We look forward to 50 years in the future — envisioning the transformation of the downtown with the implementation of the Transit Corridor Plan, and continuing the San Bruno family, where the residents and the community care about one another. Thank you to all that have contributed to San Bruno to make it the vibrant and caring community that we live and work in today. Happy birthday, San Bruno!”.