Diablo Ballet’s 23rd Season of the Power of Dance
Enjoy our festive events!
Thursday, August 11, 2016 ♦ 6 – 9 p.m.
Sip, Sample, and Stroll your way through Walnut Creek’s Gourmet Restaurants.
All proceeds benefit Diablo Ballet and its PEEK Outreach and PEEK Extension programs.
Beginning August 1st, tickets increase to $45.00 each.
Group tickets for 10 or more are available for $30.00 each.
Please call 925.943.1775 to purchase.
Check in at Massimo, (1604 Locust St, Walnut Creek), then make your way to:
Walnut Creek Yacht Club ♦ Lark Creek ♦ Sunol Ridge ♦ 1515 Restaurant ♦ Opa! ♦ Buon Vino Silk Road ♦ Cinco de Mayo ♦ Peet’s ♦ SF Creamery
We Olive, featuring a wine tasting
Steinway Piano Gallery, offering a wine tasting by Jacuzzi and concert pianist Justin Levitt
Diablo Ballet’s 2016 Dance on Film
Diablo Ballet is pleased to collaborate with the Lafayette Library
and the San Francisco Dance Film Festival on this summer’s
Dance on Film series.
Lafayette Library and Learning Center Community Hall
3491 Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, CA 94549 | MAP
Cost for each film is $5 at the door, or $10 for all three films. Treats provided!
For event and ticket information, please click here.
Designed for all ages, the series highlights films that celebrate the power of dance. Diablo Ballet Artistic Director Lauren Jonas will provide
fascinating and little-known facts about the making of the films.
On August 4, SF Dance Film Festival Executive Director Judy Flannery
will introduce the Screen Dance Shorts and documentary “Rare Birds”.
July 21, 6:30 p.m. – “Covergirl” 1944
Starring Rita Hayworth and Gene Kelly – a nightclub dancer makes it big in modeling,
leaving her dancer boyfriend behind.
August 4, 6:30 p.m. – with the SF Dance Film Festival,
Screen Dance Shorts and documentary “Rare Birds”
An intimate look at choreographer Alexander Ekman and his 2014 production of
“A Swan Lake,” for the Norwegian National Ballet, featuring a 6000-liter lake onstage.
August 18, 6:30 p.m. – “Saturday Night Fever” 1977
The film that popularized disco music and made John Travolta a household name.
Disco outfits are encouraged!
This film is rated R. Please provide parental attendance for minor aged 17 and younger.