Remind me never to complain again for yarfing up fifty bucks for my 8th grader’s holiday dance dress. The blue and white pinafore is believed to be one of 10 made for Garland to play Dorothy in the classic film, according to The Telegraph. Bonhams auction house estimated it would bring between $800,000 and $1.2 million in a Hollywood memorabilia sale, held with Turner Classic Movies. So someone got some extra vacation money. The dress reportedly had sweat stains around the neck — ring around the collar, for TV-watchers of the ’70s — but is otherwise in good condition. Of the 10 dresses made, it was believed to be only one of two that Garland actually wore. The dress was made by MGM’s famed costume designer Adrian.
The Butter Paddle Seeking Help: Sales from The Butter Paddle, a nonprofit store run by volunteers, goes to EMQ FamiliesFirst, EMQ provides mental health and social services each year to more than 6,600 children and their families in Santa Clara County, and more than 16,000 children statewide, The Butter Paddle, 33 N, Santa Cruz Ave, in Los Gatos, is looking for volunteers to work in its downtown gift shop, For more information, visit butterpaddle.com or email email@example.com, Volunteer for the Happy Dragon: The Happy Dragon Thrift Shop seeks volunteers to work at the store, New volunteers are asked to ballet necklace, ballet jewelry, ballet pendant, ballet slipper necklace, charm necklace, sterling silver jewelry, sterling silv work three shifts (about three hours each) per month for the first three months, The shop, which features collectibles, clothing, home décor and housewares, books, toys and sporting goods, raises funds for the social services agency EMQ Families First, 245 W, Main St., Los Gatos, For more information, visit happydragonlosgatos.com..
Irises On Parade: The Clara B. Rees Iris Society presents its 2014 Spring Show and Plant Sale. April 26, 12:30-5 p.m.; April 27, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Westgate Mall, 1600 Saratoga Ave., San Jose. Admission is free. For more information and a printable coupon for $1 off any purchase at the show,visit cbris.org or facebook.com/cbris. Campbell Adult Center: The city of Campbell’s Recreation and Community Services Department offers services and programs for adults 50 and older, including classes, trips, fitness and wellness courses, a regular lunch program and more. Room C-33, Campbell Community Center, 1 W. Campbell Ave. 408-866-2146.
Los Altos History Museum, “San Carlos: The City of Good Living,” through May 16, “Silicon Valley: The Lure & the Legends,” through April 19, Los Altos History Museum, 51 S, San Antonio Road, Los Altos, Noon-4 p.m., Thursdays-Sundays, Free, www.losaltoshistory.org/lure_legends.html, San Mateo County History Museum, “Let’s Play Ball,” March 21 through ballet necklace, ballet jewelry, ballet pendant, ballet slipper necklace, charm necklace, sterling silver jewelry, sterling silv September 2016; opening program, 1 p.m, March 21, Rare materials about local baseball teams from the Museum’s permanent collection, plus items borrowed from schools, historical organizations and private collections, Charles Parsons’ Ships of the World gallery update announced; celebration, April 11; new interactive activities, video presentations, graphics and murals, in addition to 24 model ships fashioned by Parsons (1917-2004), who lived in San Carlos, San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway St., Redwood City, www.historysmc.org or 650-299-0104..
“The Underpants” is written by comedian/actor Steve Martin, adopted from a 1910 German farce “Die. Hose” by the playwright Carl Steinheim. Nick Garcia directs. The premise of Steve Martin’s adaptation opens with a scandal of a puritanical bureaucrat, Theobald Maske, who becomes outraged at his wife, Louise, when her underpants fall to the ground. during a parade for the king. Mortified by the embarrassing event, Theo swears to keeps Louise at home until she is able to find some less unruly undies.
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