Planning your weekend? Our Events calendar is the place to find all kinds of activities taking place around own, seven days a week. Here are a few editor's picks for Easter weekend:
Such a deal: Two plays for $5!
takes place Friday at 8 p.m. at the theater, 1637 W Imola Ave. $5 to enjoy the debut of these new works by a popular local actor.
Brazilian music at the Opera House
The brilliant brings his band to the , 1030 Main St, Friday at 8 p.m. ($30) For more about the Brazilian multi-instrumentalist considered a genius by many, see Scott Yeager's new blog post about this show. Opera House artistic/executive director Peter Williams also blogged about Pascoal, writing
I do not use the term "genius" lightly, but he plays almost every possible musical instrument, and writes a lot of different styles of music. This show features his band from Brazil and the music will range from Brazilian jazz and traditional Brazilian music to things that you may not have heard before. Interesting, original, creative, exciting music. That’s what you can expect for this one.
The Opera House has given Napa Patch three pairs of tickets to the show to give away to readers during the day Friday: For details, please see Win Tickets to Hermeto Pascoal.
Come on and take a free ride
The monthly spins off from , 1590 Elm St., at 8 p.m. Friday.
Hunt for eggs
The annual gets rolling at 10 a.m. Saturday at , 3291 Streblow Dr., The free event allows parents to accompany children under 2, while older kids are on their own.
Some of the local restaurants putting on special feasts Sunday include , your Napa Patch Readers' Choice Award winner for . Owner Rick Enos promises a brunch with more than 20 menu items including lamb and an omelette station.
How will you spend Easter Sunday? At home with the family, dining out at one of our great local restaurants or perhaps taking a drive?