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Folger Stable. Authentically restored stable, miles of trails among redwoods. Blacksmith’s shop, antique carriage collection, other features. 4040 Woodside Road (in Wunderlich Park). 1-4 p.m. Saturdays. Docent-led tours, 1 and 2:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays (reservations required). 650-851-2660 or www.folgerstable.org. Palo Alto Children’s Theatre. “Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs.” Through March 31. Palo Alto Children’s Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road. Palo Alto. 650-463-4930.

Schola Cantorum: The Silicon Valley chorus with Oxford Street Brass performs a new work by John Cavallaro, Britten’s Hymn to the Virgin, ballet shoes necklace sterling silver jewelry - great christmas birthday gifts for ballerina ballet dancers dance teachers and traditional Christmas carols; 3 p.m, Dec, 8; Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts; $20-$30; www.ci.mtnview.ca.us/mvcpa, San Francisco Bach Choir: “A Candlelight Christmas” featuring William Byrd’s “O Magnum Mysterium” and other works; 8 p.m, Dec, 7, 4 p.m, Dec, 8; Calvary Presbyterian Church, San Francisco; $10-$30; http://sfbach.org..

Billy Jones’ Pumpkin Train. The Billy Jones Wildcat Railroad’s third annual Pumpkin Train leaves the station at Oak Meadow Park Oct. 21-23 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. In addition to train and carousel rides, there’s also a pumpkin patch with locally grown pumpkins of all sizes for sale. The snack shack will have “sticky sweets” for sale, too, until 8 p.m. A combined train and carousel ticket is $5. Throw in a pumpkin of any size and the cost is $12. The cost for unlimited train and carousel rides, and a medium pumpkin is $18.

May Flowers — in song: Vocalist Carolyn Sampson is bringing a big bouquet of spring blooms to her San Francisco Performances recital next week, “Fleurs” features the celebrated ballet shoes necklace sterling silver jewelry - great christmas birthday gifts for ballerina ballet dancers dance teachers English soprano singing songs in the language of flowers; the program spans five centuries of music, including works by Purcell, Schumann, Schubert, Britten and Hahn, Details: 7:30 p.m, May 17; Herbst Theatre, San Francisco; $40-$65; 415-392-2545, www.sfperformances.org.— Georgia Rowe, Correspondent, Dancing for ‘Home’: Choreographer Kyle Abraham’s dance and music background is a mix of hip-hop and classical, and his works tend to focus on deeply personal themes, His company Abraham.In.Motion is at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts presenting his latest piece, “Dearest Home,” and there’s a little twist: Viewers can don headphones to hear an accompanying score or watch the performance in silence, Details: May 16-20; $20-$40; 415-978-2787, ybca.org.— Randy McMullen, Staff..

This year’s program features Winthrop Parkhurst’s “The Beggar and the King,” directed by Johnny Villar; Arthur Hopkins’ “Moonshine,” directed by Mark Aho; David Ives’ “The Universal Language,” directed by Donald Henderson; and George Bernard Shaw’s “How He Lied to Her Husband,” directed by Audra Batter. General admission is $10 per person. Buy tickets at the door or call 650-508-3456 to reserve tickets in advance or email boxoffice@ndnu.edu.


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