mer in the Park with this satiric
production. When Katskills
Wintergreen takes a pie in the
face for her little sister Dim, she
enters herself into the Humor
Games, a comedy battle to the
death. Free. Mountain View
Center for the Performing Arts,
500 Castro St., Mountain View.
Koret Young Performers Concert.
Aug. 5, 1 p.m. Music@
Menlo presents this performance
Music Institute students ages 9
to 18. With its afternoon timing,
this event works well for
young audiences. Free. Menlo
Atherton Performing Arts
San Francisco 49ers, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara
Center, 555 Middlefield Road,
Sleeping Beauty. Aug. 11, 6:30 p.m. Peninsula
Youth Theatre takes on a classic as the last
production of Mountain View Center for the
Performing Arts’ Summer in the Park. This
“Sleeping Beauty” is a funny take on the tale
about a princess who sleeps for 100 years, and
the princes who try to rescue her. Free. Mountain
View Center for the Performing Arts, 500
Castro St., Mountain View. 650/903-6000.
Kids ‘N Fun Festival. Aug. 12, 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. This multicultural festival is dedicated
exclusively to children of all ages with activities,
games, performances and international
delicacies. Bring the entire family and enjoy a
drone show, painting and drawing, rap improv
and multiple food trucks. Free. Memorial Park
Amphitheater, 21163 Anton Way, Cupertino.
Alison Faith Levy’s Big
Time Tot Rock. Aug. 13,
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Alison
Faith Levy is a beloved
Bay Area children’s musician,
and educator. She is
thrilled to bring her
to Redwood City’s
engaging kids in all
kinds of dancing,
play and other silliness,
all to the
strains of her colorful
Kids Night Out –
Hip Hop Cinderella.
Aug. 25, 6:30 to 10 p.m.
32 South Bay Accent
Peninsula Ballet Theatre presents its first Kids
Night Out. All parents need to do is drop off
their kids, who will be treated to a pizza dinner,
a performance of “A Hip Hop Cinderella”
and a short hip-hop workshop taught by
award-winning dance crew, The Tribe. Tickets
$38.87. Peninsula Ballet Theatre, 1880 S.
Grant St., San Mateo. 650/342-3262.
Andy Z and the Andyland Band. Sept. 10,
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Andy Z, winner of Disney
Interactive’s iParenting Media Award, delights
kids and kids-at-heart with his musical adventures
in the make-believe world of Andyland.
Catch this goofy band at Redwood City’s Kidchella
Festival to hear the harmonic energy
provided by an electric performance that features
props and costumes. Free. Courthouse
Square, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City.
PAW Patrol Live! Sept. 23-24,
times vary. Come see everybody’s
favorite pups onstage
for an action-packed, highenergy
During each performance,
show that “no job
is too big, no pup
is too small,” sharing
lessons for all
ages about citizenship,
and problem solving.
$348. San Jose
Center for the
255 S. Almaden
Blvd., San Jose.
Oakland Athletics. Major
League Baseball. Game times
vary. Giants, Aug. 1; Mariners,
Aug. 8-9; Orioles, Aug. 10-12;
Royals, Aug. 14-16, 25-27;
Angels, Sept. 4-6; Astros, Sept.
8-10; Rangers, Sept. 22-27.
Ticket prices vary. O.co Coliseum,
7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland.
San Jose Giants. California
League Baseball. Game times
vary. Visalia, Aug. 1-2, 18-20;
Inland Empire, Aug. 3-6; Lancaster,
Aug. 14-17; Stockton,
Aug. 25-27. Ticket prices vary.
San Jose Municipal Stadium,
588 E. Alma Ave., San Jose.
San Jose Earthquakes. Major League Soccer.
Game times vary. Columbus Crew, Aug. 5;
Philadelphia Union, Aug. 19; Houston Dynamo,
Sept. 16; Chicago Fire, Sept. 27; Portland
Timbers, Sept. 30. Ticket prices vary.
Avaya Stadium, 1123 Coleman Ave., San Jose.
San Francisco Giants. Major League Baseball.
Game times vary. Athletics, Aug. 2-3;
D-backs, Aug. 4-6; Cubs, Aug. 7-9; Phillies,
Aug. 17-20; Brewers, Aug. 21-23; Cardinals,
Aug. 31 – Sept. 3; Dodgers, Sept. 11-13;
D-backs, Sept. 15-17; Rockies, Sept. 19-20;
Pades, Sept. 29-30. Ticket prices vary. AT&T
Park, 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco.
San Francisco 49ers. National Football
League. Game times vary. Chiefs, Aug. 11;
Broncos, Aug. 19; Vikings, Aug. 27; Chargers,
Aug. 31; Panthers, Sept. 10; Seahawks, Sept.
17; Rams, Sept. 21. Ticket prices vary. Levi’s
Stadium, 4900 Marie P. DeBartolo Way, Santa
Historic Gardens Around the World – A
Mixedmedia Exhibit. Aug. 1-6. This exhibit
will transport visitors to inspiring gardens
through a beautiful collection of paintings,
drawings and three-dimensional art, allowing
them to take a vast landscape and transform
plants, ponds, fountains and statuary to create
magical places for visitors to enjoy. Open
Tuesday through Sunday, times vary. Free with
admission. Filoli, 86 Cañada Road, Woodside.
650/364-8300, ext. 507.
Stuart Davis: In Full Swing. Aug. 1-6. “In
Full Swing” is the first exhibition in 20 years
dedicated to this key figure in American Modernism.
It features 75 works, focusing on
tobacco packages and household objects to the
painting left on his easel at his death in 1964.
Salt N Pepa, I Love the
’90s, Sep. 2, Mountain