Cal ISO officials are preparing for a minute-by-minute process of ramping up production from natural gas and hydroelectric plants starting at about 9 a.m. as the sky starts to dim until about 10:20 a.m when moon’s shadow will block about three-fourths California’s sunshine. “Think of it as pushing a gas pedal,” Gonzales said. The process will continue in reverse with gas and hydro plant shutoffs as the sun returns until the eclipse is over shortly before noon. Cal ISO officials are working to make sure that the natural gas plants have enough fuel for the day. And the hydro plants at the state’s dams and reservoirs are preparing for strategic water releases to turn turbines as needed, say Cal ISO officials.
This led Pursai, a special education teacher, to found a nonprofit called Angels on Stage in 2008, The objective was to offer performing arts as a channel to showcase the talents of children and young adults with disabilities of any type and degree, Pursai followed up this effort in 2009 when she and Pamela Lindsay founded ballet rosa leotards for sale the CAA, In the college’s first five years, enrollment has grown from 12 to about 70 students per quarter, This summer the CAA is offering classes in dance, cheerleading, film and television production, communication, fine arts such as ceramics and media arts such as claymation..
She has photographed so many events that Knight has difficulty picking a favorite moment, but said she does like photographing the free summer concerts. “You can really see the joy in people’s faces as they listen and dance to the music,” she said. One of her most memorable photo opportunities was last year’s Fourth of July parade, which began on Second Street and moved to the county fairgrounds on 10th Street. The day also featured food, games, music and, of course, fireworks.
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Holiday Handmade Market: An intimate marketplace featuring local artists and craftspeople who will showcase their art and unique handcrafted goods. Dec. 7, 6-9 p.m. Orchard Valley Coffee, 349 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell. Free. 408-374-2115, orchard valleycoffee.com. Menorah Lighting: Celebrate the Jewish Festival of Lights with kosher treats, live music and activities that include decorating dreidels, Jewish storytime, arts and crafts and the lighting of the Menorah. Dec. 9, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Santana Row, 3055 Olin Ave., San Jose. 408-551-4611, santanarow.com/events/ calendar/2012/12.