Fountain Blues Festival. 33rd annual. Music performances will feature John Mayall, Ruthie Foster and Roy Rogers.ï»¿ Noon-8 p.m. July 20. St. James Park, North First and St. John streets, San Jose. $15-$50. 408-279-1775, http://fountainbluesfestival.com. Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival. 33rd annual. Fine art, free entertainment, food and beverages. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. July 13-14. Main and State streets, Los Altos. http://downtownlosaltos.org. Newark SummerFest. Entertainment, arts and crafts, microbrews, music, car show, farmers market and children’s activities. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. July 13-14. NewPark Mall, 2086 NewPark Mall. 510-865-3636. www.festivalproductions2.com.
SUNDAY: Brace yourself for a deluge of programs pegged to the 50th anniversary of President John F, Kennedy’s assassination, Tonight brings “JFK: The Smoking Gun,” a documentary asserting new evidence about who “really” killed Kennedy, 8 p.m., Reelz, SUNDAY: “Masters of Sex” continues as Bill and Libby Masters (Michael Sheen and Caitlin FitzGerald) head to Miami for a break after their crushing miscarriage, However, Bill is drawn back to his work by a sexually adventurous couple next door, 10 p.m., ballet shoe bag Showtime..
Tickets cost $25 per adult; $30 at the door; and $10 for a student or child. Redwood Advantage: 17 years and younger are admitted free. Tickets are available at www.RedwoodSymphony.org. Open to the public, the event will feature free health screenings; information on family wellness, nutrition, and fitness; safety tips on fire, poison, toys, and much more; as well as an opportunity to share your thoughts on legislative issues and to bring your ideas, questions and concerns affecting the community.
The keynote speaker, Walter Wilson, is a respected Silicon Valley leader and tireless activist for the vision of King, The event is rich in tradition and culture, and includes recognition for students and leaders within the community, Breakfast will begin at 8:30 a.m, and the program will start at 9 a.m, The breakfast, a 50-yearold tradition in Milpitas, is sponsored by the Sunnyhills United Methodist Church and ballet shoe bag the Sunnyhills Neighborhood Association, Breakfast is free (donations requested), All Milpitas residents and business owners are invited to attend and participate, Breakfasts are held at Jones Hall, 355 Dixon Road (across from the Joseph Weller Elementary School playground), The Milpitas Community Breakfast occurs the first (non-holiday) Saturday of the month except July and August, The next breakfast will be March 7, hosted by Milpitas Post, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary, For more information, call (408) 263-8942..
— Linda Davis. Center set to present. talk on Florence, Italy. Richard Peterson will presents the talk “Why Florence, Why Me?” at Piedmont Center for the Arts, 801 Magnolia Ave. at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Doors open at 5 p.m. with wine available for purchase. Admission is free; a small donation is suggested. Peterson will speak about his time in Florence, Italy, and its art, culture, museums and palaces. He will also give a slideshow of medieval thorough Renaissance Florence and take questions.
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