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What's Happening 10.26-10.28

October 25, 2018

Upcoming Bay Area Events October 26-28, 2018
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Bay Area Science Festival
Fri-Sun, Oct 26-Nov 3. Times Vary

The Bay Area Science Festival returns this fall to inspire and engage the public with the science and technology that surrounds us. Organized and led by UCSF, in collaboration with hundreds of the Bay Area’s premier science, cultural, and educational establishments, the 2018 Bay Area Science Festival offers a series of events over nine days all across the Bay Area.
Fri, Oct 26. 3PM-9PM

This year’s event will feature a costume contest and parade, haunted houses, hay rides, carnival rides, giant inflatables, food for sale and live entertainment.
Taste America: San Francisco
Fri, Oct 26. 6PM

Taste delicious wonders from some of the most popular chefs in today's culinary world. This reception, tasting dinner, and auction supports the James Beard Foundation.
World Veg Festival
Sat, Oct 27. 10AM-6PM

We will have many new speakers, vendors, performers, and presenters to see at World Veg Festival 2018! Every year we curate a group of the best speakers, chefs, and presenters on the topics of vegan health, ethics, animal rights, good eating and more to present to our festival goers.
Sat, Oct 27. 6:30PM-9PM

Grab your favorite costume and have yourself a ghoulishly good time as you trick-or-treat your way through the Academy at night among eerie animals and spine-tingling specimens!
Events Coming Soon:
54th Big Book Sale Fri-Sun, Nov 2-4. 10AM-6PM
San Francisco International Tea Festival Sat-Sun, Nov 3-4. 10AM-5PM
Discovery Day at AT&T Park Sat, Nov 3. 11AM-4:30PM
38Makers 2018 - Holiday Fair at Pinterest Sat, Nov 3. 11AM-4PM
Leaps and Castle Classic Sat, Nov 3. 11AM-3:30PM
Addams Family, The Musical!
Fri-Sun, Oct 26-Nov 4. Times Vary

Everyone’s favorite kooky family is coming to town! A spectacular musical comedy, The Addams Family features an original story, and it’s every father’s nightmare!
Fri-Sat, Oct 26-27. Times Vary

Marin Society of Artists presents "Ingenuity", a Juried Sculpture and Fine Crafts Exhibition, in association with Pacific Rim Sculptors. The exhibition will feature sculptures and fine crafts in a wide variety of media and styles.
Ron White
Sat, Oct 27. Times Vary

A chart-topping Grammy-nominated comedian and a feature film actor, Ron White has established himself as a star in his own right. Ron White began performing comedy in 1986. He has always been a classic storyteller, sharing stories of his daily life, to becoming one of the most successful comedians in America.
North Bay Science Discovery Day
Sat, Oct 27. 10AM-4PM

Come to see how learning can be fun! Bring your children (especially 3rd through 8th graders) to unleash their inner scientist and spend the day exploring an incredible array of fun, interactive exhibits with hands-on games and experiments including robotics, animals, microbes, and DNA.
Howell Mountain Harvest Celebration
Sat, Oct 27. 1PM-4PM

Indulge yourself in world-class wines from 30 Howell Mountain wineries, gourmet small bites from Chef John Vlandis and silent auction lots filled with rare wines and winery experiences…exclusively at the Howell Mountain Harvest Celebration!
Events Coming Soon:
God of Carnage Fri-Sun, Nov 2-11. Times Vary
Holiday Boutique Craft Fair Sat-Sun, Nov 3-11. 9AM-4PM
Harvest Halloween Carnival Sat, Nov 3. 12PM-3PM
Harvest Festival Sat, Nov 3. 3PM-6PM
Marin Homeless Aid Sat, Nov 3. 7PM
27th Annual Berkeley Video and Film Festival
Fri-Sun, Oct 26-Nov 4. Times Vary

Screenings include award-winning documentaries, experimental films, music videos, USC student films and much more!
Pleasanton Harvest Festival
Fri-Sun, Oct 26-28. Times Vary

The Pleasanton Harvest Festival will ring in Halloween weekend at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, boasting a shopping bonanza of more than 24,000 American handmade and embellished gifts.
Boo Bash
Sat, Oct 27. 11AM-2PM

Celebrate Halloween at the Bay Street Boo Bash with free festivities for the whole family, even the four-legged friends!
Animate Dance Festival
Sat, Oct 27. 11AM-5PM

Animate Dance Festival is a celebration of dance in all its forms, bringing together a range of performances by professional dance companies as well as shows by youth groups, free trial classes, a dance fair, children’s play area, as well as food and beverage trucks.
Boo! Bark, Brews+Bites
Sat, Oct 27. 11AM-4PM

You and your furry friends are invited to enjoy a free Halloween celebration on the Oakland waterfront! There will be plenty of great bites, brews, and, best of all, barks!
Events Coming Soon:
38th Annual la Oe E Ka La Hula Competition & Festival Fri-Sun, Nov 2-4. Times Vary
Downtown Spirits Stroll 2018 Fri, Nov 2. 6PM-9PM
Lisa Mezzacappa Six: Cosmicomics 2018 Fri, Nov 2. 8PM
Patchwork Show: Modern Maker's Festival Sat, Nov 3. 11AM-5PM
USS Hornet 7th Anniversary Big Band Dance Gala Sat, Nov 3. 6PM-11:30PM
Zoppe- An Italian Family Circus
Fri-Sun, Oct 26-Nov 4. Times Vary

Starring Nino the Clown, and featuring his son Julien, the circus is propelled by a central story (as opposed to individual acts) that showcases acrobatic feats, equestrian showmanship, canine capers, clowning and plenty of audience participation.
Noises Off
Fri-Sun, Oct 26-28. Times Vary

Noises Off present a manic menagerie of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called Nothing's On. Doors slamming, on and offstage intrigue, and errant herring all figure in the plot of this hilarious and classically comic play.
Fall Fest 2018
Sat-Sun, Oct 27-28. 10:30AM-5:30PM

Come by Downtown Burlingame to celebrate the Fall Fest 2018! This annual event will feature food trucks, a beer garden, live music, and a free kids zone.
Mariachi Flor de Toloache
Sat, Oct 27. 8PM

The Oshman Family JCC presents Mariachi Flor de Toloache, the Latin Grammy Award-nominated group lauded for its fresh and flavorful take on traditional Mexican music.
Axel Schmitt: The Complete Piano Sonatas of Beethoven, Part 3
Sun, Oct 28. 2PM

Axel Schmitt (CSMA Faculty, piano) takes on the herculean task of performing the complete piano sonatas of Beethoven. This is the third in the series of concerts leading up to the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth in 2020.
Events Coming Soon:
The Explorers Club Fri-Sun, Nov 2-18. Times Vary
All the Way Fri-Sun, Nov 2-18. Times Vary
The Mystery of Edwin Drood Fri-Sun, Nov 2-11. Times Vary
Aida Fri-Sun, Nov 2-4. Times Vary
Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix in Concert Sat-Sun, Nov 3-4. Times Vary
Truckee Halloween Parade
Fri, Oct 26. 6PM-9PM

For families and children of all ages - parade through downtown Truckee to the Community Arts Center then Trick-or-Treat through the Community Art Center, where each room has decorations and candy.
Battle Born BeerFest and Chili Cook-Off
Fri, Oct 26. 4PM-8PM

This event is a fundraiser hosted by the Rotary Club of Tahoe-Incline. Local restaurants show off their favorite chili recipes, while local and regional craft breweries will be showcased in the beer tasting.
Nevada Day Parade
Sat, Oct 27. 10AM-2PM

Nevada Day is more than just a parade, it’s a grand celebration commemorating Nevada’s entry into the Union in 1864. Includes floats, marching bands, horses, entertainers, youth groups, celebrity guests and even Burning Man creations.
South Lake Tahoe Food and Wine Festival Grand Market Expo
Sat, Oct 27. 1PM-3:30PM

South Lake Tahoe’s signature event at the Food and Wine Festival with a tasting village that will excite, inspire and amaze you. Enjoy a wide selection of foods, wines, craft brews, and liquors from culinary masters.
Blizzard of Aahhh's 30th Anniversary Truckee
Sat, Oct 27. 7:30PM-9PM

This hugely influential ski movie helped put Tahoe on the ski scene map will be on the big-screen at Truckee's Community Arts Center. Edited with new sequences along with remastered sound and color. Director Greg Stumph will be on hand. After party to follow across the street at Alibi Ale Works.
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