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Friday Nights @ OMCA Summer Season: 5-10 p.m. Fridays through October, Oakland Museum, 1000 Oak St., Oakland. Galleries are open until 10 p.m., gardens are open for picnics, there’s live music outside and the Off the Grid food truck market expands onto Oak Street. Bring friends and family for a taste of local music, food and culture. Galleries are half-price and free for ages 18 and under. NorCal Night Market: Sept. 21-23, Alameda County Fairgrounds, 4501 Pleasanton Ave., Pleasanton. Featuring 150-plus food and merchandise vendors, games, an art walk and live music. Enjoy everything from potato-swirl skewers to drinks served in lightbulbs, traditional Asian street snacks, fusion foods and a diverse offering of other #foodporn. Admission $5. Parking $10.

One Life Stand: Through Sept, 29, Marsh Berkeley Cabaret, 2120 Allston Way, Berkeley, Alicia Dattner (The Oy of Sex) shares her modern girl’s guide to enlightenment and other disorders, with her stand-up comedy show, $20-$35, sliding scale; $55-$100 reserved,, Kiss: Through Sept, 23, Ashby Stage, 1901 Ashby Ave., Berkeley, A group of actors discover a script set in Damascus and eagerly begin performing what appears to be a romantic melodrama, believing they will learn something about what it’s like to foldable ballet flats live in Syria, Then everything explodes, Performance by Shotgun Players, $7-$42,

The Eugene O’Neill Foundation, Tao House 19th annual festival: All My Sons, Through Sept. 16, Village Theatre, 233 Front St., Danville. Role Players Ensemble. The disappearance of a son during WWII has left the Keller family divided and holding secrets from each other. $25-$35. Hughie, Sept. 21-30, Old Barn, Tao House, 1000 Kuss Road, Danville. In the darkest hours of the night, two lonely souls grapple to make sense of their lives, their relationship and their responsibilities to each other. $40.

Disney’s ‘Tarzan’: Through Sept, 23, Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, Washed up on the foldable ballet flats shores of West Africa, an infant boy is taken in and raised by gorillas, who name him Tarzan, in this production presented by the Palo Alto Players, $22-$52,, Pirates of Penzance: Through Sept, 23, Hillview Middle School Performing Arts Center, 1100 Elder Ave., Menlo Park, Bay Area Opera Collaborative presents a fully gender-swapped production of The Pirates of Penzance, $13-$26,

Food & Wine Classic: 4 p.m. Sept. 9, Montalvo Arts Center, 15400 Montalvo Road, Saratoga. Sample savory and sweet fare from Bay Area restaurants and enjoy tastings from many of the region’s finest wineries in an event that benefits more than 15,000 students, teachers, artists, and musicians supported by the nonprofit arts center. $250-$375. Concerts in the Garden: 5 p.m. Sept. 9, Gardens at Heather Farm, 1540 Marchbanks Drive, Walnut Creek. Tom Lilienthal and Friends featuring Jennifer Lee. An evening of swing, bop, blues and bossa. Bring a blanket and picnic dinner. $20-$40.

Empress Theatre Events: Kenya Baker Trio, 7:30-10 p.m, Sept, 12, Blues, jazz, funk and soul, $10, Maye Cavallaro – Vallejo Jazz Society Concert, 6-8:30 p.m, Sept, 15, $10-$20, Uptown Funk – Bruno Mars Tribute Band, 8 p.m, Sept, 14, Performing a full range of Bruno’s top foldable ballet flats hits, $20-$25, All events: 330 Virginia St., Vallejo,, Autos of Alamo Festival: 4-8 p.m, Sept, 13, Alamo Plaza, Stone Valley Road and Danville Boulevard, Alamo, Check out classic and vintage cars and hot rods at this event, which also features live music, food and drinks, Exhibition fee: $10,

David DaVinci – Thrillusionist™: 7 p.m. Sept. 14, India Community Center, 525 Los Coches St., Milpitas. An evening of comedy, magic, thrills and illusions. Benefits Mission Volant — Veteran Adventure Therapy™. $25-$45. Another Roll of the Dice: Sept. 14-Oct. 7, Tabard Theatre, 29 North San Pedro St., San Jose. This new musical is based on the stories of Damon Runyon and the songs of Frank Loesser. $38-$48. Eat Real Festival: 3-10 p.m. Sept. 14, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 15 and 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept. 16, Jack London Square, Broadway and Embarcadero, Oakland. Featuring more than 50 Bay Area food vendors, in addition to more than 40 craft breweries, wineries and bars. Music, live mural painting, dessert sculptures, face painting and more. Free admission.

Rancho Day Fiesta: Noon-4 p.m, Sept, 15, Sanchez Adobe, 1000 Linda Mar Blvd., Pacifica, Take a trip back to the 1840s at this living history event, Make adobe bricks, stamp leather, dip candles and more,, Pacific Chamber Orchestra: 7:30 p.m, Sept, 15, Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church, 49 Knox, Lafayette; and 3 p.m, Sept, 16, Bankhead Theater, 2100 First St., Livermore, Conductor Lawrence Kohl conducts a “Mozart: The Grandeur” performance with Mozart’s “Jupiter” Symphony foldable ballet flats and his “Haffner” serenade with violinist Igor Veligan, $10-$59,