For more information, visit http://bit.ly/1rknxgT. Movies in the Park returns to Orinda. Summer movies are back at Orinda Community Park. Showtimes are at dusk. The free events are open to the community and sponsored by the Orinda Parks and Recreation Department. Families are invited to bring blankets, lawn chairs, and popcorn. Movies scheduled include: “Cinderella (2015) on July 21; “Inside Out” on Aug. 4′ and “The Good Dinosaur” on Aug. 18. For more information, go to http://bit.ly/1zvjRZA.
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Flatpicking Guitar Workshop with Steve Kaufman: The three-time winner of the National Flatpicking Championship leads a two-day workshop. On the first day, Kaufman will evaluate players’ picking skills; on the second day, he’ll cover core picking skills and techniques, repertoire and building blocks for growth. Sept. 13, 7-9 p.m., and Sept. 14, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. The Woodshed at Keith Holland Guitars, 16905 Roberts Road, Los Gatos. $90. 408-395-0767 or woodshed.org. Blossom Hill Fine Art Sale: Handmade decorative and functional pottery, scarves, jewelry, photography created by local artists. Sept. 21-22, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. History Club of Los Gatos, 123 Los Gatos Blvd., Los Gatos. 408-356-9035 or blos somhillcrafts.com.
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This big-concept, seven-part ballet — choreographed by Helen Pickett, and first performed May 6 at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts — is meant to be all about water. Set to a score by film and television composer Jeff Beal (“House of Cards,” “Monk”), it was costumed by Emma Kingsbury and given an evocative lighting design by Nicholas Rayment. The work was, in part, prompted by Jessica Yu’s 2011 documentary film “Last Call at the Oasis,” which shows the frightening state of the Earth’s water systems. But rather than give us an environmental, political or even poetic dance on this subject, choreographer Pickett — a noted resident choreographer at Atlanta Ballet — has devised (in her words) “a celebration piece … focusing on the abundant power and beauty of this necessary element.”.