Check out what's happening in and around the city during the next couple of days, and don't forget to add your own suggestions in the comments section below.
- Oenophiles (lovers of wine) need to mark Friday, June 10 on their calendars for the at the (400 Villa St.). From 4 to 7 p.m., experience the tastes of L'Aventure's Bordeaux blends during this walk-around tasting event. For more information, visit the , phone 650-969-3511, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Enjoy the morning of June 11, 10 am to 11:30 am, with certified arborists taking you on an informative stroll during the This free springtime walk will start at the little park located at the corner of Mercy and Bush Streets. and take you on a tour of this neighborhood's interesting trees. For more information, visit the Mountain View Trees website, email email@example.com, or phone MVT’s chair, Ray Morneau, at 650-450-MVT1 (6881).
- Spend Saturday morning, June 11, with Dr. Frederic Luskin and learn more about from 11 am to 1 pm at the , 455 N. Whisman Rd. The Director of the Stanford Forgiveness Projects, Dr. Luskin “offers a powerful method in which the emphasis is on letting go of hurt, helplessness and anger while increasing confidence, hope and happiness.”. This event is free, but registration required, 650-968-5000.
- Catch one or both of Mountain View-basedBayer Ballet's Spring Novelettes at Menlo Atherton Performing Arts Center, 555 Middlefield Rd., Atherton, CA 94207. The kids and young adult dance academy will perform a show that is "an unusual recital comprised of diverse pieces from classical and neoclassical ballet." Tickets $20.
- Put some theatre in to your weekend by checking out “[title of show]”, a new musical adapted from the book by Hunter Bell with music and lyrics by Jeff Bowen. Running through June 26 at the Mountain View Center for The Performing Arts, “[title of show]” is “Broadway’s hit backstage comedy is an unabashed love letter to the agony, ecstasy, and idiocy of making musical theatre”. This musical contains mature language. Ticket prices are $27 to $42. Contact Jonathan Amores at 650-463-7170 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to make a reservation.