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“My mom couldn’t comfort me,” she said. Then a nurse came into the room and sat by her bed. “She told me a story and prayed for me,” Reichardt said. “She sang songs to me. Nurses connect with patients.”. From that point forward, she wanted to be a nurse. As early as 8 years old, she was volunteering at Hemet Valley Hospital, handing out candy to people who had given blood. She held babies. She played with toddlers. “I was amazed by her character and her drive,” said Annette Greenwood, nursing officer at the hospital, and now chief nursing officer at Riverside Community Hospital. “You could never put an obstacle in front of her that she couldn’t find her way around.”.
MUSIC, THEATER, DANCE, La Muerte Baila, theater, through Oct, 22: Teatro Vision’s original piece of milagro theater takes an amusing look at the afterlife when the dead decide to rejoin the living on Dia de los Muertos, yellow womens flat shoes, kente flat shoes, ballet flats shoes, yellow bridal flat shoes, ankara pumps, yellow ballerina shoes ( It’s a family-friendly piece of theater that’s performed in Spanish with English subtitles, Details: 8 p.m.Saturday, Oct, 21, and 2 p.m, Sunday, Oct, 22, at the School of Arts and Culture at the Mexican Heritage Plaza, 1700 Alum Rock Ave, San Jose, Tickets (choose your price), $10-$40, at www.teatrovision.org..
Morning Memories – Fiesta!: 10 a.m.-noon May 5, 320 Georgia St., Vallejo. Themed crafts and activities, including special guest appearances, face painter and pinata. $5. https://bit.ly/2HKfh3p. 2018 SF Cinco de Mayo Festival: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. May 5, Valencia Street between 21st and 24th streets, San Francisco. Free family-friendly, cultural celebration. Music and entertainment on two stages, kids zone, food and exhibitor booths, beer garden, fun for all ages. http://mncsf.org/sfcincodemayo/.
OAKLAND: Less than a year old, Slainte (prounounced slahn-cha) near Jack London Square has the soul of a long-established Irish pub, what with the portrait of James Joyce over the fireplace, the Oscar Wilde books and the singing toasts, For Slainte’s first St, Patrick’s Day, look for a menu of Irish fare to nibble on yellow womens flat shoes, kente flat shoes, ballet flats shoes, yellow bridal flat shoes, ankara pumps, yellow ballerina shoes ( while being entertained all day long by dancers, bands, a vocalist and a roving bagpiper, Details: 131 Broadway; www.slainteoakland.com, PLEASANT HILL: If you want to get started early, you can get your Irish on at Farrington’s Bar at 7 a.m, (yes, they open at that hour 365 days a year), For the holiday, they’ll be cooking up corned beef and cabbage and offering drink specials, Details: 1938 Contra Costa Blvd.; www.farringtonsbar.com..
“Giselle” plays at San Jose Center for the Performing Arts 255 Almaden Blvd. Tickets will be on sale at balletsj.org or 408.288.2800. Spoiled starlet Floria Tosca finds herself stalked by a dangerous man, but her troubles don’t end when her violent pursuer dies. Olga Chernisheva, a Russian soprano who has performed in her native country and Sweden, makes her company debut for the show’s first four performances in the title role. Guest soprano Elizabeth Baldwin will take on the role for the last two shows. She returns to the Opera San Jose stage after a performance as the First Lady in “The Magic Flute” last season.