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“Cinderella”: The African-American Shakespeare Company size 4 black shoes - traffic lights detail - small size 1950s swing style ballet flats - 50s bobby soxer shoe - 50's lindy h brings back its musical fairytale holiday offering; Dec, 21-23; Herbst Theater, San Francisco; $25-$45; www.african-americanshakes.org, “It’s a Wonderful Life”: San Francisco Opera presents Jake Heggie’s adaptation of the classic Christmas movie; through Dec, 9, War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco; $26-$398; 415-864-3330, www.sfopera.com, Handel’s “Messiah”: Lawrence Kohl conducts the Pacific Chamber Orchestra, with soprano Hope Briggs, mezzo-soprano Silvie Jensen, tenor Christopher Bengochea,and baritone Eugene Brancoveanu as soloists; 3 p.m, Nov, 25, Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $35-$59; 415-373-6800, www.lvpac.org..

In December 2014, the district board censured longtime member Laython Landis for a pattern of “highly inappropriate” behavior, including intoxication at public events and a sexist remark to a staff member. The embattled director retired in March and died in November. Duncan, who is human resources director for Pentair Thermal Management in Menlo Park, filled a vacancy created when Howard Kerr resigned in 2015. Her term runs through the end of the year. The sanitary district board included only white men until former San Leandro Mayor Shelia Young was elected in 2014.

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Summer Luncheons: The Montalvo Service Group hosts its three-course summer luncheons on the terrace of the historic Villa of Montalvo Arts Center. Wednesdays, July 6-Aug. 24; seatings at noon, 12:30 p.m. and 1 pm. For reservations, visit mon talvoarts.org/summerluncheons. Friends Bookstore: The Friends of the Saratoga Libraries have opened another used bookstore, offering a constantly changing inventory of approximately 500 hardcover and paperback books for adults, children and teens. All proceeds directly benefit the Saratoga Library. Joan Pisani Community Center lounge, 19655 Allendale Ave., Saratoga.