“It’s open to the public, and it’s all styles,” says Alverio. “There are belly dancers, and Latin dancing, ballroom, hip hop, jazz. The idea is to get all the different genres together and share one stage. Last year we had some Vietnamese dragon dancers, so it’s pretty cool. My school usually just presents one piece but it’s about the community for that show, and it’s always here at Spreckels.”
If you think seeing fresh powder or experiencing a snow day in sunny California is merely a fairytale and completely out of the question then think again, because the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County is hosting its second annual “Snow Days” event Jan. 13-15 at the museum in Santa Rosa for all to enjoy.