From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., visitors can groove to the sounds of national and local bands. Performers will include Mark St. Mary Louisiana Blues and Zydeco Band, the Sheryl Cormier Band, Andre Thierry and Zydeco Magic and Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience. Besides Southern and Cajun food for sale, you can visit the farm animals, shop specialty vendors, and join in the dancing and dance lessons. Advance tickets are available online through Monday at www.ebparks.org or by calling 888-327-2757 and selecting option 2. The price is $18 per adult (16 and older) and $3 per child (4 through 15 years). Ages 3 and younger get in free.
Menlo Charity Horse Show gala, “Jazzed Up — San Francisco Style!” Aug, 11, Immediately following show-jumping event, Food, auction, performance by Diane Schuur, Menlo Circus Club, 190 Park Lane, Atherton, $275, reservations required; email email@example.com, Victorian Days at the Old Courthouse, 11 a.m.-3 p.m, Aug, 13, Craft activities for children, Victorian Tea in historic Courtroom A, re-enactors playing local Victorian millionaires, Free admission to the museum, Victorian Tea is $5 for adults, $3 for youngsters, For silver ballet orchid necklace - ballet slipper , pointe shoe,ballet dancer necklace,party collection ,holiday gift.ballerina dan reservations, call 650-299-0104 or visit www.historysmc.org, Sponsored by Cypress Lawn Heritage Foundation, San Mateo County History Museum, Courthouse, 2200 Broadway St., Redwood City..
Upstage Theater: “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged).” 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20; 2 and 7:30 p.m. Oct. 21; 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22. Comedy covers 37 plays in less than two hours. Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Second Stage, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $17-$22. mvcpa.com or 650-903-6000. Woodside Community Theatre: “Annie.” Oct. 20-29. Directed by Gary Stanford Jr. Musical direction by Kristin Pfeifer. Choreography by Stanford, Kim Harvath and Gary Ferguson. Featuring Brynn Ayoob, Steve Wilner, Jessica LaFever, Minna Rogers, Torry Rothstein and Allie Townsend. Woodside Performing Arts Center, Woodside High School, 199 Churchill Ave., Woodside. $15-$30 (group discounts available). http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3056554.
Hometown Holidays Community Celebration: 10 a.m.-8 p.m, Dec, 2, Parade, carnival, free admission to San Mateo County History Museum, snow-play area, live music, Santa Claus photos, rides, food, tree-lighting, Caltrain Holiday Train at 6:10 p.m, Downtown Redwood City, Free admission; charges for rides, food, http://www.hometownholidays.org, Music at Kohl Mansion, 2017-18 season: Master classes at 5 p.m., talks at 6 p.m., performances at 7 p.m, Dec, 17: pianist Joyce Yang, Jan, 21: Parker Quartet, Feb, 4: Manasse-Nakamatsu Duo, March 4: Henschel silver ballet orchid necklace - ballet slipper , pointe shoe,ballet dancer necklace,party collection ,holiday gift.ballerina dan Quartett, Telegraph Quartet and bassist Scott Pingel, March 25: Camerata RCO (musicians of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra), April 15: Daedalus Quartet, Kohl Mansion, 2750 Adeline Drive, Burlingame, $20-$50, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.musicatkohl.org or 650-762-1130..
What can I bring to Coachella?. You drove all this way to the desert, you walked about a mile from your car to get to the gate and now do you really want to have to go back to your car to drop off that switchblade and the little bit of weed you thought you cleverly stashed in a lighter that you just found out you couldn’t bring in? No, no you don’t. So make sure you read the list of all the things you can and can’t bring in on the Coachella website because it’s a long list and there are some surprising items not allowed in, such as hula hoops. Sorry hula hoopers, your hips aren’t going to be able to party as usual at Coachella. But yes, you can bring in your dancing shoes. No joke, dancing shoes were actually on the list of stuff you could bring in last year.
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