Bird Count for Kids, Vivaldi and French Jazz This Weekend

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Got plans for the weekend?

If you’re not cooped up at home with a cold (is everyone in town sick or what?), check out some great events happening this weekend.

On Friday evening, watch Cinnabar’s latest production Couple of Blaguards, a story that recounts the lives of Frank and Malachy McCourt’s life in poverty-stricken Limerick, Ireland and their journey to Brooklyn.

If you read Angela’s Ashes and think the story is all doom and gloom, you’ll be surprised. Blaguards is a rollicking and musical cabaret show that revives all the characters—from relatives to rogues and petty tyrants. Live music by YouKali Celtic band.

Tickets $25 to $35. Continues until January 20.

If you want your kiddos to become birding enthusiasts, or perhaps just practice their math, sign them up for the Christmas Bird Count for Kids going on this Saturday from 9am-3pm.

Hosted by the Petaluma Wetlands Alliance and the city’s parks and rec department, the outing will take children ages 9 through 15 to Shollenberger Park to spot different types of birds.

Bring a pair of binoculars, wear layered clothing and bring a brown  bag lunch. $5. To register, contact Al Hesla at 765-9411.

Want to kick back and listen to some nice tunes?

Lagunitas hosts French gypsy jazz group Prisma Trova on Saturday starting at. 4:20pm. Mimi Pirard and Andrew DeVeny sing covers in English, French and Spanish as well as originals inspired by extensive travels and living abroad.

Another option this Saturday is the "Winter" concerto from Vivaldi's beloved The Four Seasons by the Live Oak Baroque Orchestra this Saturday at the United Church of Christ. $20. Starts at 8pm.

Want to see more events? Check out our Events Calendar, where you can post your own event instantly and absolutely free. (Please make sure your event is posted only once.)


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