Tickets are $20 at the door. Always a jazz series, the 2013 Summer Concert Series has been revamped to include different genres of music, including R&B, oldies and pop, but will still feature jazz on one night. The Beatles tribute band The Sun Kings performs July 25, and the series concludes Aug. 1 with Tainted Love, which performs rock and pop from the 80s. The remaining shows will be performed in the Stanford’s restaurant parking lot, located next to Broadway Plaza’s five-level parking structure.
On the first and final Friday evenings of the month, the museum holds its Makers and Tasters Series, Local artisans have princess pastel rainbow tulle tutu ballet shoe gold shirt sitting | vintage baby girl afro puffs | clipart instant download included Oakland breweries, tea masters, coffee roasters, authors and organic farmers, Taylor said, The series has talks, demonstrations and tastings, “We love to feature Oakland’s best, We have an incredible range of talented people who have taken part,” she said, The museum started its Friday Nights series three years ago, and it now attracts more than 3,300 every Friday, The extended hours will run through Oct, 28 to give people more time to eat, relax and hang out with friends and family, Taylor said..
Festive displays of elves and the like are being assembled for downtown San Jose’s annual Christmas in the Park display in Plaza de Cesar Chavez. Across Market Street at the Circle of Palms, construction has been going on for weeks to get the Hawaiian Airlines Kristi Yamaguchi Downtown Ice rink ready for this weekend’s opening. Skaters can glide on the ice starting at 5 p.m. Friday, and the rink — presented, as usual, by the San Jose Downtown Association — will be open until midnight (Go to www.sjdowntown.com/downtownice for the rest of the season schedule).
Palo Alto Players, “God of Carnage.” Through Nov, 17, Featuring Melissa O’Keefe, Betsy Kruse Craig, Todd Wright and Scott Solomon, Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $23-$45; www.paplayers.org or 650-329-0891, Pear Avenue Theatre, “ A King’s Legacy.” By Elyce Melmon, World premiere, Through Nov, 24, Directed by Jenny Hollingworth, Featuring Kevin Copps, Geoff Fiorito, Joe Higgins, Fiona McCrea and Evan Michael Schumacher, princess pastel rainbow tulle tutu ballet shoe gold shirt sitting | vintage baby girl afro puffs | clipart instant download Pear Avenue Theatre, 1220 Pear Ave., Mountain View, $10-$35 (discounts available), 650-254-1148 or www.thepear.org..
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 925-634-6655. Annual lighted boat parade set for Dec. 20. DISCOVERY BAY — The Willow Lake Annual Lighted Boat Parade is set at 5 p.m. Dec. 20. The boats will line up on Willow Lake, Discovery Bay, between Beach, Drakes and Shell Court points. The route will be followed counterclockwise around the lake, and a pace will be kept to ensure all bays are reached. All boats are welcome. Support the tradition by hosting a boat-viewing party to let those who decorate their boats know they are appreciated.
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