Christmas in July: Dine and dance under the palms to raise funds for Christmas in the Park. Hors d’oeuvres, tri-tip dinner and beer and wine. With music by Sage, and a silent auction. July 17. Prices begin at $65 per ticket. Circle of Palms, Market Street near San Fernando Street, San Jose. For more information, contact 408.281.7333 or info@christ masinthepark.com. www.christmasinthepark.com. Fiesta de Los Californios: Celebrate the history of the Santa Clara Valley and Ballet San Jose at this fundraiser featuring a costumed pageant presented by Portraits of the Past, food, beverages, music, entertainment and a silent auction. July 18, 2:30-5:30 p.m. $45 per person. Betts Mission House; directions to the site will be provided after a reservation is made. RSVP with payment by July 12. For more information, call 408.288.2820 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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