This year’s version, called “The Spirits of Haddon Hall,” tells of the Lord and Lady’s struggles to keep their English estate with the ghosts of past generations appearing to celebrate the winter solstice one last time. An adult and children’s chorus and a brass quintet add to this spirited tale, which runs Dec. 13-22. Call 510-452-9334 or go to www.californiarevels.org. Bay Area Stage presents “Scrooge the Musical!” as its holiday offering. Now an annual tradition at the Fetterly Theatre, 3467 Sonoma Blvd., in Vallejo, the musical by Leslie Bricusse follows the plot of Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” but adds much more music. For tickets, call 707-649-1053 or go to www.bayareastage.org.
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VA Benefits and You. An Alameda County Veterans Service Officer provides an overview of VA benefits. 1 p.m. June 17. Mastick Senior Center, 1155 Santa Clara Ave., Alameda. Free. Registration suggested. 510-747-7506, www.mastickcenter.com. MS Excel Intermediate. Know basic computer and Excel 2010 skills but want to learn more? Then this free two-day intermediate course presented by Marlon Romero is for you. Registration requested. 6 to 8 p.m. June 17 and 24. Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak St., Alameda. Free. 510-747-7777, www.cityofalamedaca.gov.
Lecture on Berkeley Art Museum, film archive, A lecture about the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, which just moved to a brand new facility adapted from the old UC printing plant in downtown Berkeley, is planned May 11, Those attending can learn about the merging of the old with the new, the collections, and programs of the visual arts center of UC Berkeley that houses almost 20,000 works of art and ballerina cake ballet cake topper princess cake topper cake topper custom name topper birthday name topper glitter cake topper b more than 15,000 films and videos, The lecture is from 2 to 4 p.m, May 11, in the Community Hall at the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, 3491 Mt, Diablo Blvd..
Mardi Gras is the city’s biggest tourist attraction, and thousands of people have converged on the city in recent weeks to see the elaborate parades, floats, marching bands and dance groups that wind through the city’s streets. WHAT ARE THE BIG PARADES?. The day kicks off with the Krewe of Zulu parade put on by the Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club, a historically black organization in New Orleans. Their parade dates back to roughly 1910. Then the Rex Organization, which dates back to 1872, will take to the streets. Rex’s history is closely tied with Mardi Gras traditions. For examples, Rex’s colors — purple, green, and gold — have become the symbolic colors of Mardi Gras as well. After Rex comes two truck parades, also along St. Charles Ave. and that marks the end of the major parades in the city until next year.
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