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So what explains the ballet’s hold on the American holiday imagination? More than anything, I think it’s the fact that children figure so centrally in the story, which like Dorothy’s descent into Oz immerses us in a fantasy world full of peril and fantastical sights. And since it’s often the first (and unfortunately only) ballet that children experience, “The Nutcracker’s” inextricable association with the Christmas season grows stronger with each generation.

The EndUp: This late-night dance club is where many folks happily “end up” after the other venues have closed, 401 Harrison St.; facebook.com/theendup, AsiaSF: The establishment offers Cal-Asian cuisine, dinner shows featuring trans women performers (known as The Ladies of AsiaSF) and more, 201 Ninth St.; asiasf.com, Lone Star Saloon: This “bear bar” has been a popular hang out since the late ‘80s, 1354 Harrison St.; lonestarsf.com, The SF Eagle: The biker/leather bar hosts many regular hand painted handle - children's custom ballerina ballet handles or drawer pulls for kids in any size events, including open mic nights, 398 12th St.; sf-eagle.com..

The Diane B. Wilsey Center for Opera, scheduled to open in February in the adjacent War Memorial Veterans Building, includes a new, 299-seat venue suitable for opera, recitals and other types of performances. The $21 million renovation of 38,000 square feet on the building’s fourth floor and in the basement also includes lobby and exhibition spaces, an education studio, a new home for the company’s archives and offices for 130 S.F. Opera staff members. S.F. Opera General Director David Gockley recently led members of the press on a guided tour of the new center, noting that it was designed “to serve as an incubator for new ideas and to keep our audiences engaged while the (San Francisco) Ballet is in the Opera House.” The central feature of the Wilsey Center is the Dianne and Tad Taube Atrium Theater. Fitted with a Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system and operating under the company’s newly formed producing division, dubbed S.F. Opera Lab, the venue opens to the public on Feb. 28 with the first concert of the Schwabacher Debut Recital Series. Subsequent programs include a multimedia performance of Schubert’s song cycle “Winterreise,” designed by visual artist William Kentridge and performed by eminent German baritone Matthias Goerne and pianist Markus Hinterhäuser (March 11-13); “Svadba-Wedding,” a chamber opera by Serbian composer Ana Sokolovic (April 2-10); a showing of the French animated film “The Triplets of Belleville” with live musical accompaniment (April 14-23) and “Voigt Lessons,” a one-woman theater piece featuring soprano Deborah Voigt (May 6 and 8). Additional programming, curated by stage director Elkhanah Pulitzer, is also expected to include chamber music, Baroque works, panels, lectures and more.

Operation Christmas Child Collection: The national organization is collecting shoeboxes filled with school supplies, toys, necessity items and a note of encouragement for a child overseas suffering due to disaster, disease, war, terrorism, famine or poverty, Through Nov, 19, Foxworthy Baptist Church, 1774 Foxworthy Ave., hand painted handle - children's custom ballerina ballet handles or drawer pulls for kids in any size San Jose, 408-516-3111, samari tanspurse.org/occ, Pioneer High Holiday Boutique: Nov, 24, 9 a.m.-4 p.m, Free admission, Pioneer High School, 1290 Blossom Hill Road, San Jose, 408-535-6310, pio neerhigh.org..

Session 1: June 21-23, Beach Day, Project Runway Day and Tea Party DaySession 2: June 26-28, Sports Day, Create Day and Tea Party Day. To register, visit agsisters11.wixsite.com. Montalvo Electronic ArtCampers will learn what they can create when armed with a battery, some wire and their innate imagination during this introduction to electronics. The week will offer instruction about what circuits are and how electricity works, and opportunities to design a low-voltage circuit and to take their lessons to the next level as they conceptualize and create electronic art, including small robots and games of skill. Class is appropriate for ages 9-14 and costs $235.

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