ONLINE Money Math (For Grades 1-3 ONLY)

Solve math problems geared towards grades 1-3 with money! Did you know there is a shortage on change in the United States. That doesn't mean you need to "short change" yourself on learning how to count money. Attendees will be given money math problems and will be asked to solve them. For Grades 1-3 ONLY Eventbrite registration is required. Registration will end on Thursday, September 3 at 12 pm. Participants who have registered will be given access credentials on September 3 by 3 pm.This program is sponsored by the Santa Clara City Library Foundation and Friends. If you have questions about the program, please contact Northsidelibrary@santaclaraca.gov

ONLINE Money Math Session 2 (For Grades 1-3 ONLY)

Solve math problems geared towards grades 1-3 with money! Did you know there is a shortage on change in the United States. That doesn't mean you need to "short change" yourself on learning how to count money. Attendees will be given money math problems and will be asked to solve them. For Grades 1-3 ONLY Eventbrite registration is required. Registration will end on Thursday, September 3 at 12 pm. Participants who have registered will be given access credentials on September 3 by 3 pm.This program is sponsored by the Santa Clara City Library Foundation and Friends. If you have questions about the program, please contact Northsidelibrary@santaclaraca.gov

Taste & Sip…At Home!

San Francisco Design Center Galleria 101 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco

Celebrate 15 seasons of Check, Please! Bay Area with our first-ever virtual Taste & Sip event! The Bay Area has always been the culinary heartbeat of America, bringing together diverse and delicious flavors. Check, Please! Bay Area and its annual Taste & Sip event have been dedicated to showcasing dining experiences -- from upscale to earthy -- that reflect the distinctive character of our community for fifteen seasons. Now, as local restaurants and their staffs face unprecedented disruptions to business because of the coronavirus, Check, Please! invites you to celebrate their resilience by ordering takeout from restaurants that have appeared on the show and joining host Leslie Sbrocco for a virtual event. We’ll revisit favorite moments from the show's fifteen seasons, and we'll speak with Chef Tanya Holland of Brown Sugar Kitchen about her many projects while keeping the kitchen running. Then, viewers can taste and sip along with an at-home version of the Check, Please! show, featuring special guests reviewing takeout, and tutorials in cocktail mixing with Range Life and in wine pairing with Leslie.Join the event on Twitch or catch the livestream on KQED'S Facebook and YouTube pages.How to Participate At HomeCreate a Summer CocktailKick off the night with a cocktail tutorial from Waine Longwell, bar director at Range Life in Livermore, featured this season on Check, Please! Bay Area! Get your simple ingredients ready, learn some perfect mixing technique, and try your hand at a classic Whiskey Smash! Ingredients:9 mint leaves4 lemon wedges1/2oz simple syrup (1:1 water:sugar) 2oz of your favorite whiskeyTools:Muddling Bat ... Read More

Namorados Da Lua (CANCELLED)

Felton Music Hall 6275 CA 9, Felton

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm // Ages 21+ // Tickets $12 Advance & $15 Day of Show Felton Music Hall Presents: NAMORADOS DA LUANamorados Da Lua - translated from Portuguese as "Moon Lovers" - is the newest Brazilian band to hit the Bay Area. The band unites Brazilian(South American), North American, European an African musicians with a common love of creating union and positive music with a message.NDL showcases a beautiful blend of diverse styles, incorporation musical influences from reggae, jazz, pop, rock and funk as well as Brazilian samba, forró, and Axe carnival music.Their music brings unstoppable driving rhythms, fiery lyrical grooves, harmonious instrumentation and original funk that makes them irresistibly danceable for any audience.

The Wailers

Moe's Alley 1535 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz

Moe's Alley presents Jamaican Reggae Royalty THE WAILERS for a rare intimate performance. Buy your tickets early for this one! Not many bands can claim genuine legend status. The Wailers, however, can comfortably claim their place in essential music history. Culture defining; rebel hearts with brave souls embodying the spirit of 70s era-defining reggae. Now playing a special set featuring incredible cuts from Bob Marley’s formidable back catalogue along with a string of greatest hits, The Wailers are giving you a chance to be part of the legacy. Aston Barrett Jr, himself reggae royalty as son of the irrepressible ‘Familyman’, carries the flame for The Wailers in a show that is simply not to be missed. Bob Marley and the Wailers recorded, toured and made history together between 1972 and 1981. It was Bob Marley himself that requested the Wailers stayed together. Today, carrying on the mission are original members, children-of-legends and a host of immensely talented musicians. The afore mentioned Aston Barrett Jr delivers startling echoes of his uncle’s (Carlton ‘Carly’ Barrett) one drop drumming sound. Guitarist Donald Kinsey is joined by Wendel ‘Junior Jazz’ Ferraro, shaping that classic sonic identity. Josh David Barrett achieves the seemingly impossible by confidently stepping in to Bob Marley’s shoes to provide truly excellent lead vocals. Owen ‘Dreadie’ Reid (Julian Marley’s Uprising Band and a firmer student of ‘Familyman’) and Andres Lopez (Albrosie, Lutan Fyah and a former student of original Wailers member, Tyrone Downie) add yet more quality to an incredible line up. Shema McGregor, daughter of I ... Read More