Friday Nights @ OMCA Summer Season: 5-10 p.m. Fridays through October, Oakland Museum, 1000 Oak St., Oakland. Galleries are open until 10 p.m., gardens are open for picnics, there’s live music outside and the Off the Grid food truck market expands onto Oak Street. Bring friends and family for a taste of local music, food and culture. Galleries are half-price and free for ages 18 and under. www.museumca.org. NorCal Night Market: Sept. 21-23, Alameda County Fairgrounds, 4501 Pleasanton Ave., Pleasanton. Featuring 150-plus food and merchandise vendors, games, an art walk and live music. Enjoy everything from potato-swirl skewers to drinks served in lightbulbs, traditional Asian street snacks, fusion foods and a diverse offering of other #foodporn. Admission $5. Parking $10. https://www.norcalnightmarket.com/about/.
Cabrillo Festival, blush lace ballet slippers - flower girl shoes - baby and toddler girl - christening - baptism Aug, 6, Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium: The renowned new music festival closed a chapter this year as music director Marin Alsop conducted her final concerts, This program, which featured the world premiere of John Adams’ “Lola Montez Does the Spider Dance,” highlighted Alsop’s wit, musical acumen and superior podium style, She’ll be missed, “Steve Reich at 80,” Sept, 11, Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco: With Reich in attendance, Michael Tilson Thomas and members of the San Francisco Symphony paid tribute to the great American minimalist composer with an exhilarating program of Reich works, Unforgettable moment: MTT and the composer joining forces in a joyful performance of Reich’s “Clapping Music.”..
Manny Mendoza, the store’s rangemaster, confirmed the purchase Thursday afternoon but said the transaction was not memorable. “It’s not like she stood out,” the retired law enforcement officer said. “I wish we could look into someone’s soul.”. Mendoza said he didn’t know if Aghdam purchased ammunition or accessories during her transaction and he said to his knowledge she had never practiced at one of the store’s 13 shooting lanes. “It’s as tragic as can be,” he said of Tuesdays’ shooting at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno. He said he wasn’t sure if his store — a long nondescript beige brick building next to an auto dealership, with palm trees surrounding the front entrance — had been contacted by law enforcement but said they would cooperate in any investigation.
San Mateo County History Museum, “Let’s Play Ball,” March 21 through September 2016, Rare materials about local baseball teams from the Museum’s permanent collection, plus items borrowed from schools, historical organizations and private collections, San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway St., Redwood City, www.historysmc.org or 650-299-0104, Oshman Family JCC, “Carnival of the Animals.” 10 a.m, and noon, March 1, Music and activities including animal mask-making and an instrument “petting zoo” to accompany a rendition of Camille Saint-Saen’s “Carnival of the Animals.” San Francisco Ballet Assistant Conductor Ming Luke will conduct two performances of “Carnival of the Animals,” featuring a string ensemble and two grand pianos, Presented in partnership with Bay Point Ballet, Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, $15 members and children ages 3-12; $18 general; $20 door, www.paloaltojcc.org blush lace ballet slippers - flower girl shoes - baby and toddler girl - christening - baptism or 650-223-8664..
Details: 7:30 p.m. April 27; City National Civic; $35; sanjosetheaters.org, www.krty.com. 7 David Gordon “Live Archiveography”: Famed New York choreographer David Gordon is working on an archival project documenting his five decades in dance, and the project has inspired a live show that Gordon and his Pick Up Performance Co(s) troupe is bringing to San Francisco’s ODC Dance Theater this weekend. Details: 8 p.m. April 20-22; $30-$35; www.odc.dance. 8 Four Bitchin’ Babes: This touring troupe that delivers un-PC female-centric song-and-dance comedy shows has been around for 25 years. They’re bringing their latest production, “Hormonal Imbalance v. 2.5” to the Bay Area for two shows.