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Films in the series are both Jewish and non-Jewish films that touch on the theme of passing values and skills to those who will carry on after us. Films being considered are “The Descendants,” “The Chosen,” “The Chef” and others, which will be finalized as the dates approach. Each film will be shown with time to discuss it and how it relates to Jewish values. Cost is $22.50 per session for members and $25 per session for nonmembers. Or, the cost of the entire series is $112.50 for members and $125 for the general public. A pot of soup will be served at each class for supper during the screenings.

Later this ballet slippers tattoo year, the group will be collaborating with the Oregon Ballet Theatre and the Oregon Symphony, In January, it’s scheduled to perform at a music festival in Abu Dhabi, Lauderdale said they were received warmly on their recent trip to Lebanon, “It was really fantastic, actually,” he said, “I think that we do attempt to sing songs in Arabic, which is a really, really tough language, but I think we’re probably one of the few American bands that attempt that, and I think that’s meaningful at this time.”..

SAN ANSELMO ART AND WINE FESTIVAL. Local artist displaying works, food, wind and beer tasting, entertainment and family activities. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. June 27-28. San Anselmo Avenue, between Tamalpais and Bolinas streets. 800-310-6563, www.sresproductions.com. SAN FRANCISCO LGBT PRIDE CELEBRATION AND PARADE: Live entertainment and presentations on more than 20 stages, more than 300 nonprofit and other vendor booths, food and drink. Parade begins 10:30 a.m. June 28 at Market and Beale streets. Noon-6 p.m. June 27, 11 a.m.-6:30 p.m. June 28; Civic Center, San Francisco; $5-$10 requested donation; www.sfpride.org.

Foothill Music Theater, “Sunday in the Park with George.” Through March 8, Lohman Theatre, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, $12-$32, foothillmusicals.com or 650-949-7360, Palo Alto High School Theatre and Music, “The Drowsy Chaperone.” 7:30 p.m, ballet slippers tattoo March 6, 7, 12-14; 2 p.m, March 8, Directed by Kathleen Woods, Music directed by Michael Najar, Conducted by Jeff Willner, Palo Alto High School Haymarket Theatre, 50 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto, $10-$15, http://palytheatre.seatyourself.biz or 650-329-3857..

Today the Ryman hosts bands representing a broad spectrum of musical genres. The characters are fictional, but the scenario is not. Many music careers have been launched at the Bluebird. Back when Garth Brooks was just a wannabe with a dream, he sang at the Bluebird’s Monday open mic nights and tried out new songs at Sunday songwriters shows. When a representative from Capital records heard him perform, Brooks landed a record deal and went from struggling songwriter to superstar almost overnight.