14th annual ZinFest Wine Festival: May 18-20, Lodi. Wine, food and entertainment. Main festival noon to 5 p.m. May 19 at Lodi Lake Park, 1101 W Turner Road. Additional weekend activities include a comparative blind tasting of Lodi wines and their counterparts from around the world, as well as winery tours and open houses. More than 4,000 wine lovers are expected to attend this year’s festival. $20-$65. http://www.zinfest.com. Lafayette Juniors 19th annual Kitchen Tour: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. May 19. Self-guided tour features special kitchens in six Lafayette homes. The tour benefits No One Left Behind, Girls Inc., City Slicker Farms, White Pony Express and Contra Costa Crisis Center. $50. Box lunch $15. www.lafayettejuniors.org.
The Mid-Autumn ivory brocade toddler flower girl shoe - flower girl, wedding ballet slipper - ivory, gold, silver, white available - baby souls Festival, also known as the “Moon Festival,” is an important holiday in many Asian cultures, Family, friends, and the community are invited to the free events to enjoy Asian storytelling; music; dance; children’s crafts including making a lantern and origami; paintings and drawings based on the Chinese folktale, Chang’er; demonstrations of paper, lino, and woodblock cutting; and tea and moon cake tasting, All performances are subject to change, For each day’s schedule, go to www.smcl.org..
Corvette Spectacular. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 17. 41st annual All-Corvette Car show, featuring 175 Corvettes. Live music, raffles, local shops and restaurants. Main Street, Los Altos. Free. For information, contact Robert Kuwada at email@example.com or 408-702-7848 or Cliff Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 408-688-6449. Oktoberfest. 5-10 p.m. Sept. 22, noon-4p.m. and 5-9 p.m. Sept. 23, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and 4-8 p.m. Sept. 24. Bench seating, music, dancing, contests, beer and other beverages, food, contests and more. Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway St., Redwood City. $15 advance, $22 door for adults; $10 advance, $15 door for children and designated drivers; include commemmorative steina nd one drink ticket. http://www.redwoodcity.org/oktoberfest.
This year marks the fifth production of Graham Lustig’s refreshing version of the holiday classic, Lustig’s first production of the piece added some new choreography, clever storytelling plus vivid sets and costumes, “Now, we focus our energies on reconfiguring the work as closely as possible,” he said, One of the things that does change each year is the progression of the young dancers, many of whom have been with the production for several years, “Of our 40 young dancers, about half have been with us before,” Lustig said, “There is a ivory brocade toddler flower girl shoe - flower girl, wedding ballet slipper - ivory, gold, silver, white available - baby souls nice progression to their roles as they age and mature as dancers, Most start as a mouse, then a party child, then a snowball and, possibly, a soldier, then a rat and then a bonbon, So each year, they have a new role to learn and look forward to.”..
Lauren Baines, Jackie Gage and Charlotte Kruk are the first three winners of the Leigh Weimers Emerging Artist Award. Baines, who has lived in the Rose Garden all her life, is a dancer and choreographer who has been dancing professionally since 2004. She won the Anna Halprin dance award her senior year at Santa Clara University, where she earned bachelor’s degrees in theater arts, art history and psychology. This fall she starts the master of fine arts program at Mills College, majoring in choreography and performing.
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