Danville Calendar

Fri., Feb. 28 – Sun., Mar. 8
ICDT Presents: Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat
@The Village Theatre and Art Gallery
Come check out I Can Do That Theater’s newest show! The story of Joseph and his coat of many colors comes alive in this musical retelling of a truly timeless tale! With lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is set to a multitude of musical genres, spanning from country-western and calypso to bubblegum pop and rock and roll. This family-friendly story with familiar themes and catchy music is sure to bring you to your feet! For other showtimes and to purchase tickets, go to www.villagetheatreshows.com
Cost: $20
Time: 7pm

Tues., Mar. 10
“Member Swap” with the Ruth Bancroft Garden
@Ruth Bancroft Garden, 1552 Bancroft Rd., Walnut Creek
Members of the San Ramon Valley Museum and the Ruth Bancroft Garden will enjoy free admission at each other’s institutions. Please be prepared to show your membership card at admission. In addition, museum members will receive a 10% discount at the Ruth Bancroft Garden nursery.

Tues., Mar. 10 – Sat., Mar. 14
Ken Bergmann’s Percussion Discussion
@Margaret Lesher Theatre in Walnut Creek
“Whack!” Percussionist Ken Bergmann is back with his smashing spectacle of drums, cowbells, chairs and more in Percussion Discussion. Incorporating instruments from around the globe, the popular family-oriented show features a hysterical romp through the sound effects of Hollywood, a unique look at the computer age, all the flash one would expect from a drummer gone amok and for no apparent reason, a cymbal clanging monkey. Visit www.lesherartscenter.org to buy tickets.
Cost: $14
Time: various

Sat., Mar. 14
Color Play II Opening Reception
@The Village Theatre and Art Gallery
A vibrant collection of larger than life abstract art by women to celebrate Women’s History Month will be on display.
Time: 4-6pm

Fri., Mar. 20 – Sat., Mar. 21
Diablo Ballet’s Coppelia
@The Hoffman Theatre in Walnut Creek
Considered one of the best-loved classical ballets, this charming, lighthearted, romantic comedy in three acts staged by Artistic Director, Lauren Jonas, and company Regisseur, Joanna Berman, features a doll that comes to life, and a dash of magic. Perfect for all ages, Coppélia will be accompanied live by the Diablo Symphony Orchestra under Music Director and Conductor, Matilda Hofman. Visit www.lesherartscenter.org to buy tickets.
Cost: $35+
Time: various.

Sat., Mar. 28
Harmony & Healing Inaugural Fundraiser
@Bankhead Theater in Livermore
Harmony & Healing will have their inaugural fundraiser featuring David Victor’s SUPERGROUP. Harmony & Healing programs are tailored to the special requirements of each facility and patient. Interactions may include bedside performances/a play-along or common area performances for groups featuring solo acoustic, jazz and pop duos and even full bands (in larger common areas). Founder, David Victor says patients can enjoy the music from their rooms and H&H can even provide music lessons for patients able to hold a guitar or play a keyboard. Tickets are still available. For more information about Harmony & Healing please visit their website at harmoneyandhealing.org.

Every Saturday
Farmers’ Market
@Railroad Ave. Municipal Parking Lot-Downtown
Get the freshest seasonal fare at Danville Certified Farmers’ Marketpoi. You’ll find fruits and vegetables direct from local farmers, along with fresh-cut flowers, bedding plants and fresh breads. This event is located at Railroad & Prospect Avenues and offers free parking in the adjacent lot.
Time: 9am-1pm
More information at www.pcfma.com

Every Monday
Tips for Change Community Fundraising Events
@Gianni’s Italian Bistro
Gianni’s Italian Bistro opens up its restaurant to support our local non-profit community. Tips for change is a fun and unique way for local charity organizations to raise much-needed funds. Volunteers and supporters of local non-profits suit up and become your servers for the evening with all tips and 10% of sales going to support their organization. This event occurs most Monday evenings between 5 and 8pm and is open to the public. Reservations required.


Thurs., Apr. 16
Art & Wine Stroll
@Historic Downtown Danville
Enjoy an evening of art and libations at Danville’s Art & Wine Stroll. Local artists will showcase their works while Livermore Valley wineries pour their best vintages—all against the backdrop of music and merriment. Your ticket includes a commemorative glass, wine tasting, food bites, and entertainment. Tickets sell out quickly so get yours soon!
Time: 6-9p

Thurs., Apr. 30
Shops & Hops 2020
@Historic Downtown Danville
Enjoy a fun-filled evening of craft beer sampling and shopping during the 3rd annual Danville Shops & Hops Craft Brew Stroll benefiting the education and community programs at the Museum of the San Ramon Valley. Participating downtown Danville merchants will host craft brewers and offer small bites while area breweries pour their crafted creations. Your $25 ticket includes a commemorative glass, beer tasting and small bites. Ticket sales will start in March.
Cost: $25
Time: 6-9pm