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Concord Oktoberfest: 6 p.m. Oct. 12, noon-6 p.m. Oct. 13, Todos Santos Plaza. Beer tent, live music, singing and dancing, strongman contests, food truck, kids area and more. https://bit.ly/2OiNs4R. Woodside Day of the Horse – California Gold Rush: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 13, Woodside Town Hall, 2955 Woodside Road, Woodside. Activities, contests, music, food and more. Free. http://www.whoa94062.org/. Progressive trail ride, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., for experienced riders and their horses. Best costume, best five cards, prizes and more. $50/ www.whoa94062.org/day-of-the-horse/register-to-ride-2018.

Treasure Island Music Festival: Oct, 13-14, Middle Harbor Shoreline Park, 2777 Middle Harbor Road, Oakland, $105-$185, www.TreasureIslandFestival.com, The Wizard of Oz: Oct, 13-28, Lyric Theatre, San Jose City College, 2100 Moorpark Ave., San Jose, A family-friendly musical, $12-$37, https://bit.ly/2oW8Rpi, Night at the Museum – Phantom of the Opera Gala: 5 p.m, reception, 7 p.m, dinner, Oct, 14, Blackhawk Museum, womens ballet shoes 3700 Blackhawk Plaza Circle, Danville, Featuring Franc D’Ambrosio, who will entertain guests with Broadway and popular songs, $150, blackhawkmuseum.org/gala..

Alexander String Quartet: 7 p.m. Oct. 14, Kohl Mansion, 2750 Adeline Drive, Burlingame.  Featuring music from Mozart, Penderecki and Beethoven. $20-$50. www.musicatkohl.org. Techapella: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 15, Fox Theater, 2215 Broadway, Redwood City, $15; 4 p.m. Nov. 4, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall, 50 Oak St., San Francisco, $25. Annual a cappella concert showcasing several groups from Silicon Valley’s tech world. www.techapella.com. International Documentary Film Festival: Oct. 18-28, Palo Alto, Stanford University, East Palo Alto and San Francisco. See  60 documentaries covering such issues as climate change, the impact of social media and arts, guns in our schools, gender equality, hate crime and LGBT issues, philanthropy and social change. www.unaff.org.

Harvest Weekend: Oct, 19-21, various Paso Robles locations, Try your hand at harvest (including stomping a few grapes), take in the fall foliage and enjoy live music, barbeques, barrel samples and more, http://bit.ly/2oFcGP4, J.S, Bach: Oct, 19-21, Artistic director Paul Flight leads the 30-voice California Bach Society in splendid works by J.S, Bach, including Missa Brevis in A Major and his funeral ode, BWV 198, 8 p.m, Oct, 19, St, Mark’s Lutheran Church, 1111 O’Farrell, San Francisco; 8 p.m, Oct, 20, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 555 Waverley, Palo Alto; womens ballet shoes 4 p.m, Oct, 21, First Congregational Church, 2345 Channing, Berkeley, $35, http://www.calbach.org..

Classical pianist Temirzhan Yerzhanov: 7 p.m. Oct. 20, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1924 Trinity Ave., Walnut Creek. $10-$20.  http://stpaulswc.org/wordpress. Armenian Food Festival: October 20-21, St. John Church Hall: 275 Olympia Way, San Francisco. Noon-9 p.m. Oct. 20 with dancing from 9 p.m.-midnight. 12:30-3 p.m. Oct. 21. Dinners and a la carte options of Armenian delicacies will be served throughout. There will be children’s entertainment. Free.  stjohnarmenianchurch.com. Otsukimi/Moon Viewing Festival: 5:30-8:30 p.m. Oct. 21, Lakeside Park Garden Center, 666 Bellevue Ave. Oakland. 5:30 p.m. – Bonsai garden open house (garden closes at 6:30 p.m.)  6:30 p.m. – Emeryville Taiko (Japanese drums) and performances by the student delegates of the Asian Pacific Children’s Convention, Las Lomas High School, Japan Tea Studio.  7:30 pm – Moon viewing by Eastbay Astronomical Society. Pre-paid Japanese bento-box dinners available by reservation. www.oakland-fukuoka.org.

There’s womens ballet shoes a Motown invasion taking place right now on Berkeley stages, Aurora Theatre Company is performing Dominique Morisseau’s play “Detroit ’67,” with Motown acts a frequent topic of discussion, not long after Berkeley Rep produced Morisseau’s Broadway-bound Temptations musical “Ain’t Too Proud.” And now Berkeley Playhouse opens its 11th season with “Dreamgirls,” the 1981 musical about an R&B vocal trio with more than a passing resemblance to the Supremes, With lyrics and book by Tom Eyen and music by Henry Krieger, “Dreamgirls” proves to be a great choice on a number of levels, It’s a big and energetic musical with a large, predominantly African-American cast, The Motown-style R&B numbers are catchy and fun, accentuated by the synchronized dance moves choreographed by director Brendan Simon, Berkeley Playhouse is primarily known for family-friendly fare, so the occasional drug references may raise an eyebrow, but they play a much smaller part in the story than in the 2006 feature film version..

The cast delivers dynamic vocals throughout, particularly Tanika Baptiste as Effie White, the ornery powerhouse lead singer of the Dreamettes (later the Dreams) who’s sidelined in favor of her photogenic bandmate Deena Jones (Marissa Rudd, appropriately restrained and tentative). Marcel Saunders is a delightfully animated and silky-voiced James “Thunder” Early, the ultra-suave established soul star for which the Dreamettes initially sing backup. Loreigna Sinclair is bright and bubbly as young and enthusiastic Dreamette Lorrell, and Chanel Tilghman gets down to business with brisk grace as a later addition to the Dreams. Kris Anthony Williams is boyishly earnest as Effie’s brother, a promising songwriter. ShawnJ West portrays an appealingly curmudgeonly agent, opposite Stephen Wilson as the group’s slick huckster of a manager.

Nina Ball’s scenic design aptly conveys the music-biz vibe with a glitzy concert hall marquee with a smaller matching marquee nestled within it, with hand-rotated sets within the smaller one, Adding to the period flair are Bethany Deal’s flashy matching costumes for the various singing groups, accentuated by Lexie Lazear’s wigs, At a time womens ballet shoes when biographical jukebox musicals have become common, often straining to construct a cohesive narrative out of various pop acts’ careers, it’s also a treat to go back to a story fictionalized enough to constitute a relatively sturdy if simple dramatic arc..