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• 7 p.m., Concert, followed by Meet-the-Artists buffet reception. Formed in Israel, the quartet came to the U.S. in 2004 to continue its professional studies, later winning a number of international prizes and earning a glowing international reputation. In January 2012, Ariel Quartet was named quartet-in-residence at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music, a great accomplishment for such a young group. They will feature music by Hadyn, Beethoven, and Schubert. Tickets cost: $48 for adults; $45, seniors; $15, 30 years and under. For tickets, go to www.musicatkohl.org, call 650-762-1130, or email info@musicatkohl.org.

When the curtain rises at the Heritage Theatre in Campbell, the stage is bathed in a whole new light, On March 21 new moving lights were demonstrated at the theater, The installation is an accomplishment for the Friends of the Heritage Theatre, a nonprofit organization dedicated to modernizing and preserving the Campbell theater, “It’s something we didn’t have before,” said president Kereli Sengstack, “It’s supposed to be able to really help with ballet flats unflattering getting new clients that don’t have that technology.”..

Rock Wall Wine Company presents “Summer Rocks” — 1-5 p.m. Aug. 20. This open House event will showcase new releases and award-winning favorites. In addition to tasting the entire portfolio of Rock Wall’s wines, guests also will have the opportunity to taste over 50 wines from the Alameda Point Vintners group, eight additional boutique urban wineries housed within Rock Wall Wine Company’s facility. 2301 Monarch St., Suite 300, Alameda. $30-$45. www.rockwallwines.com.

Movie of the Month: The 1996 film “King of Masks” ballet flats unflattering will be screened, This movie will be presented in the original Mandarin with English subtitles, Popcorn and lemonade will be served, May 27, 1:30-3:30 p.m, Cupertino Senior Center, 21251 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, Members free, senior guests $5, Sign up at the lobby table, 408-777-3150 or cupertino.org, Unlaced Dance Series: Smuin Ballet closes its 21st season with Helen Pickett’s sensual “Petal” and a world premiere by Adam Hougland, The program finishes with two Michael Smuin classics, a pas de deux from “Romeo and Juliet” and “Hearts Suite.” Through May 24, times vary, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, $52-$71, smuinballet.org, 650-903-6000..

The field at Castro Park is used by youth baseball and soccer teams and youth summer camps. The park, at 1420 Norvell St., includes a clubhouse, basketball and tennis courts, picnic tables and a playground besides the field. The district and the city plan to regrade the outfield, install an irrigation system and repair the dugouts, fences and backstop, said Garth Schultz, El Cerrito’s operations and environmental services director. The school district owns the land and will be paying the $200,000 cost of the renovation. and the city, which maintains the park, will donate staff time for management and oversight of the project, Schultz said.

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