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Movies on the Square. Sunset on Thursdays through Sept. 25. Free. Aug. 28: “Monuments Men.” Sept. 4: “Mr. Peabody and Sherman.” Sept. 11: “Spaceballs.” Sept. 18 : “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” Sept. 25: “Muppets Most Wanted.” Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. www.redwoodcity.org/events/movieschedule.html. Keith Urban. With Jerrod Niemann and Brett Eldredge. 5:30 p.m. Sept. 6. Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View. $29.25-$59.25. Ticketmaster.com or 800-745-3000.

Francisco De la Luz, 10, said he didn’t know what the celebration was all about, but he certainly wanted to decorated pointe shoes, ballet shoes, decorated ballet slippers, decorative ballet shoes, shabby chic, ballet dancing shoes,gift be part of that noise, The boy happily went about tooting a brash horn at five-second intervals while spurting a steady stream of floating soap out of a bubble-making contraption, “Sometimes there’s more people here than other times,” said his mother, Susana De la Luz, of Santa Rosa, who has run a merchandise booth at the huge annual festival since it moved from downtown San Jose and arrived at the fairgrounds in 2011, “It all depends on the artists they get, But this one is the biggest.”..

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s Anything Goes costume galas are known far and wide as among the most fun and successful fundraisers in the theater world.But for some of the innovative company’s supporters, it has become a little old hat to go the TheatreWorks costume warehouse to find — well, old hats, and other bits of stage clothing to wear for the events.So, an effort has been made to break up the tradition.In 2014, the fall event, Gala 45, was a black-tie party that honored Stanford’s Donald Kennedy. In 2015, the Anything Goes Costume gala honored the Sobrato family, which has been a very good friend to arts groups, including TheatreWorks.This year, on Nov. 12, the event will be the first “Party of the Decade” gala, and the first decade celebrated will be the 1970s, during which, among other events, TheatreWorks was founded.“Also, it was a fun and funky time,” said TheatreWorks Board President Barbara Shapiro. “We thought it would be a good time for a little change-up from our Anything Goes galas.“We didn’t want to make people feel obligated to wear costumes,” Shapiro said. “We were just looking to put a new spin on it, deemphasizing the costume part, although we’ll probably see people wearing bellbottoms, Bo Derek braids and other ’70s looks. Some will want to dress up that way, others will come in cocktail dresses.”.

Cupertino Morningmasters: Improve your speaking and networking skills at this Toastmasters club, Thursdays, 7:30 a.m, Bethel Lutheran Church, 10181 Finch decorated pointe shoes, ballet shoes, decorated ballet slippers, decorative ballet shoes, shabby chic, ballet dancing shoes,gift Ave., Cupertino, Sunnyvale Rotary: Meetings are Tuesdays at noon, Elks Club, 375 N, Pastoria Ave, Sunnyvalerotary.org, Sunnyvale Squares: Singles, couples and former dancers ages 18 and up can learn modern Western square dancing, No partner is needed, Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m, Murphy Park, 250 N, Sunnyvale Ave., Sunnyvale, $25 per month/$7 per session, Sunnyvalesquares.com, 408-744-1021..

Other highlights of the festival include “The Last Mentsch,” a film about an aging German Holocaust survivor who finally tries to come to terms with his past after concealing his heritage his entire life, and “Deli Man,” an exploration of Jewish culture and food as they reflect the heart of a vital ethnic history. Ticketing and show times can be found at svjff.org. Heritage Theater is located at 1 W. Campbell Ave., Campbell. Tickets are on sale at cityofcampbell.com/603/Blues-Brothers.


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