There will be plenty of entertainment, games and other activities, including the chance to meet children’s book author Marissa Moss, who is scheduled to be at the festival Saturday at 1 p.m. with her book, “Barbed Wire Baseball.” The book tells the story of Kenichi Zenimura, a Japanese-American baseball player who was interned during World War II, and won the California Book Award this year in the juvenile category. You can also tour the beautiful San Jose Buddhist Temple Betsuin at 640 N. Fifth St.
It’s another far-ranging weekend for new movies, Theaters are offering everything from a rebooted “Grinch,” starring that green, grumpy Dr, Seuss character (voiced this time by Benedict Cumberbatch) to the return of Lisbeth Salander, the butt-kicking computer hacker (played this time by Claire Foy) with a size 9 wide ballet flats penchant for settling the score with abusive men, in “The Girl in the Spider’s Web.” And we are just scratching the surface, A complete rundown of your movie options is here..
Concerts by the Deschutes: The riverside Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend’s Old Mill District offers concerts all summer long, with headliners such as Steve Martin and Martin Short, Sheryl Crow, the Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton, plus a three-day Bend Brewfest Aug. 16-18. Prices vary. Find details at www.bendconcerts.com. Sisters Rodeo: Attractions at the self-styled “biggest little show in the world” on June 8-10 include a bull-riding event known as Xtreme Bulls, as well as roping, riding and barrel racing. Tickets for the 78th annual rodeo are $12 and up; many events offer free admission for kids under 12. www.sistersrodeo.com.
Have you ever had a boss that made you want to scream? If so, you’ll really get a kick out of the Willows latest production “9 to size 9 wide ballet flats 5,” running May 21—June 23 at the Willows Mainstage in Concord, Based on the smash hit movie starring Dolly Parton, the musical features music and lyrics by the big-haired diva, Eric Inman directs a cast that includes Elizabeth Palmer (Violet), Sophia Rose Morris (Doralee), and Jessica Raum (Judy), Rob Sietelman plays their nemesis, Franklin Hart..
(Fiesta Parade Floats). Five pachyderms decorated in lavender sinuata statice blossoms with ears accented in pink statice and coconut chips add whimsy to this float from Northwestern Mutual, winner of the Director’s Trophy in 2015, Past Presidents in 2016 and Animation in 2017. The float’s floral “water” was created using 20,000 light and dark blue irises, white roses and dendrobium orchids over crisp white coconut chip waves. George Halas, Randall McDaniel, Pop Warner and Vince Young. Service Rocks.
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