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Mountain View Oktoberfest: Oct. 4-5. A festival tent at Bryant and Dana streets in Mountain View with local favorites: beers from Tied House, sausages from Steins, smoked pork chops and spaetzle from Teske’s, pretzels from Esther’s German Bakery. Plus live music, pretzel-eating contest, kids’ games. Free admission; beer ticket prices vary. www.mvoktoberfest.com. Peninsula Oktoberfest: Oct. 4. A Munich beermeister will arrive by helicopter to tap the first keg as the Hiller Aviation Museum hosts this year’s Peninsula event. Live music, beer, food from Harry’s Hofbrau, Jack’s Prime, Kuchen Kultur desserts. Museum admission required ($9-$14); food, beer extra. www.hiller.org.

We found one of the great movie titles that Milpitans could relate to and the pink poster brought a smile ballet shoes print ~ instant download ~ large wall art canvas print ~ bed room and living room decor ~ ballet dancer gift to everyone who repeated the title, About half of the movie’s $10,000 production was raised by contributions from local merchants and the purchase of monster buttons and bumper stickers sold by everyone including the fire and policemen who were filmed investigating the large strange footprints that were found around the town’s missing garbage cans, The citizens are outraged, But when the mayor’s daughter is taken from the high school dance, the police and fireman have to take action — as they are aided by courageous high school kids that learned responsibility..

San Mateo County History Museum. “Scenes of San Mateo County,” through Dec. 31, eight original paintings of historic sites on the Peninsula. San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. www.historysmc.org or 650-299-0104. FAMILY HOLIDAY EVENTS. San Mateo County History Museum. “Holiday Traditions from Around the World.” 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Dec. 6. Children’s craft activities such as making old-fashion Christmas tree ornaments. San Francisco State University Handbell Choir will perform at 1 p.m. San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. 650-299-0104 or visit www.historysmc.org.

“My hunch is that at this point in his life — he died a few years later — Moliere’s idea was to keep his head down and not get the king (upset),” says Irwin, “And I like to think we are serving Moliere even with this, um, ballet shoes print ~ instant download ~ large wall art canvas print ~ bed room and living room decor ~ ballet dancer gift free adaptation of ‘Scapin.’ We are staying close to the intention and structure Moliere had in mind.”, It is just the sort of thing Irwin and Hoyle enjoy, what with their backgrounds in clowning, In fact, the show is something of a Pickle Family reunion, with three other Pickle vets — Randy Craig, Keith Terry and Kimi Okada — involved with this production of “Scapin.”..

On all three counts, you’ll be more than pleased. The songs, for the most part, are quite good, with a couple from Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman standing out. The numbers themselves are jubilant and entertaining. My favorite number is the clever showstopper “A Cover Is Not a Book,” a zesty routine that’s sweetly reminiscent of a sequence in the original film in which animation merged with live action. Another memorable sequence is the energetic “Trip a Little Light Fantastic,” with Miranda demonstrating why he’s such a force. Marshall, who gave us the sensational “Chicago,” knows how to make a toe-tapping crowd pleaser for the big screen, and gives this film a Broadway musical feel that is refreshingly disconnected from anything that is contemporary.