eventsthrough oct. 31 Joan's Farm and Pumpkin Patch -- 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily Oct. 1 through 31. Old-fashioned Halloween fun includes maze, Old West town, hay rides, farm animals, gem panning, gift shop and pumpkins.
Valley Humane SocietyBeguiling Beth sports her Halloween costume year-round! A gorgeous 4-year-old calico, she's ghostly-white with just a smattering of colorful black and orange spots masking her face and bobtail.
Not invited to a Halloween party this year? Me either. And Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love dressing up as my alter ego (Nancy Drew?), giving out candy (the ones I don't like), then going to a haunted house party and eating appetizers that look like rats, playing games like "Name that body
The VEX Robotics Tournament is one of hundreds of similar competitions held each year around the world. Sponsored by the VEX robotics platform, winners from local competitions move on to state, national and international tournaments.
Good stuffPlay ends Sunday "Avenue Q" -- 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday. The Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre presents "Avenue Q," a gut-bustingly hilarious modern musical focusing on a group of unique 20-somethings making their way in the big city, seeking their purpose in life.
Slammers Baseball Club -- Open tryouts for 10U-14U travel teams on Nov. 1 at San Ramon Central Park , Field #4. For more info visit Slammersbc.org or 925-858-9737 Danville Baseball Academy -- Tryouts by appointment for boys and girls 9U-12U teams.