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t’s hard to imagine a time when rosé did not have the near-cult popularity it enjoys today. Bottles fly off wine shops’ shelves the moment the sun comes out. Festivals have been created in its honor. Hip-hop artists celebrate the pink wine in their songs, while hashtags like “roséallday” and “yeswayrosé” have gone viral on social media. But in the 1980s, when Vin Vino Wine first opened in Palo Alto, no matter what owner Victor Pugliese did to spread the rosé gospel, the wine’s clientele was almost exclusively limited to people who drank the wine in France, where rosé was popularized. A too-sweet white zinfandel mass-produced by Sutter Home gave rosé a bad rap, Pugliese said. It wasn’t until the early 2000s that the rosé tide began to change. As it increased in popularity, more wineries outside of France began making more— and better— rosé, Pugliese said. Today, the alluringly fresh, uplifting pink wine is enjoyed by wine connoisseurs and Instagrammers alike. “What I love about both drinking and selling rosé is there’s a lack of pretension,” Pugliese said. “You really don’t need to spend a lot of money for a good rosé. You shouldn’t age it. You should just buy it and drink it. It’s very uncomplicated.” Rosé is essentially a red wine. It’s made from red grapes, but instead of leaving the grape

skins in contact with the juice for an extended period of time, which creates more flavor, color and tannin, winemakers take rosé out in a “matter of hours,” Pugliese said. This results in a structure, or acidity, more similar to white wine, he explained. The majority of rosés are made through this process, known as maceration. There are two other methods for making rosé, said Erika Szot, sommelier for Chez TJ in Mountain View. One, usually limited to high-quality production, is called saignée. Winemakers bleed a certain percentage of grape juice off after limited contact with the skins, and the bled-off juice becomes the rosé. The third method is blending, adding a small amount of red wine to a white wine to get the classic rosé color. Blending is usually limited to making sparkling rosés, Szot said. When buying or ordering rosés, let the grape varietal guide you, she said. “If you have a Sangiovese as the base or a cabernet sauvignon or even pinot noir, they’ll have completely different flavors and smells,” Szot said. As with all wines, rosé made in different regions have distinguishing characteristics. French rosés tend to be lower in alcohol content, Pugliese said, “which makes them more drinkable, less ponderous — and that’s what rosé should be.” French rosé will almost never be sweet, he said.

Rosé wines and warm weather are a natural pair, but local wine experts say a bottle of the pink stuff is in season all year round. Pictured is a 2016 Domaine les Luquettes Bandol rosé at Biondivino in Palo Alto.

California rosés tend to be light and crisp compared to Italian ones with more body and depth, said Ceri Smith, owner of Palo Alto’s Biondivino Wine Boutique, which focuses on Italian and Eastern European wines.

“California has, in general, across the board in their wines ... more fruit, more bright, New World kind of flavors. The Italians have more acidity, more earth, (more) Old World kind of flavors,” she said. She’s currently “geeking out” over an

all-natural, slightly fizzy and “funky” Italian rosé, a 2015 Macciocca Passerina Frusinate Rosato ($20) It’s a French rosé, however, that Smith can hardly keep See ROSÉ, page 22

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An array of rosé is available at Vin Vino Wine in Palo Alto. The color of a rosé can give a hint about the bottle’s flavor.


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stocked: a 2015 Domaine les Luquettes Bandol Rose ($25). Another customer favorite is the 2015 Chateau Pradeaux Bandol Rose ($38). One of Smith’s favorites is the Chateau Simone Palette — “goose-bump good” but, admittedly, at much higher price point ($73). Color can also be a flavor guide, but not a hard-line one, Smith said. Lighter-hued rosés do tend to be leaner, but there are some darker ones that can still taste light, she said. A 2016 Austrian rosé, Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg Cistercien ($18) that just came into Vin Vino Wine, is a current favorite of Pugliese’s: “very light, delicate, fresh ... and moderately priced.” Unlike its red and white counterparts, rosé’s drinkability means it goes well with just about any meal. At Chez TJ, Szot pairs rosé with everything from asparagus and root vegetables to salmon, lamb and sashimi. She’s served a 2014 Clos Cibonne rosé from Provence ($80) with lamb and juniper as well as caviar, but said it would work just as well as a “porch drink” with a barbecue menu like burgers, potato chips and watermelon. Rosé also goes well with anything that has fennel, she said. “The pairing opportunities for rosé are endless,” Szot said. Despite rosé’s warm-weather popularity, Szot and Smith make the case for drinking it year-round. “I know it’s refreshing and finally sunny outside so everyone wants it now, but it truly is in our opinion a necessity to have

Victor Pugliese of Vin Vino Wine pours a glass of 2016 Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg Cistercien rosé.

French rosé tends to be lower in alcohol and is rarely sweet.

in the cellar year-round,” Szot said. “We’re trying to break that notion that rosé is only for the spring.” For those interested in learning (and imbibing) more, check out these upcoming local rosé events: • Rosés of the world at Vino Locale, Palo Alto: taste an Italian sparkling, French Provence, and two California rosés from Sonoma and Anderson Valley. Saturday, May 20, noon-2:30 p.m. Cost: $15. Details at • Rosé education class at Vino

Locale: Learn about the history and process of making rosé, plus four tastings and cheese nibbles. Monday, May 22, 6:308 p.m. Cost: $30. Details at • French rosé at Vin Vino Wine: Taste a lineup of 2016 French rosés, all from southern France. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 16-17, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (any time during the shop’s hours). Cost: $15-$25. Details at Email Elena Kadvany at V


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ARTS, CULTURE, OTHER CAMPS Art and Soul Summer Camps

Palo Alto

Alexa Café


Stanford, Palo Alto High School

Art, cooking, tinkering, Yoga and mindfulness. We celebrate multiple perspectives and recognize the many ways for our children to interpret their world! Summer Unplugged! Ages 5-13 years. Walter Hays School

Girls ages 10-15 discover technology in a unique environment that celebrates creativity, social activism, and entrepreneurship. Girls learn engineering principles, code games, design websites, explore cyber secuirty, and much more.

Athena Camps


Los Altos & San Jose


Castilleja Summer Camp for Girls

Palo Alto

Community building weekly day camps for girls K 8th grade.   A unique combination of sports, art projects and mentorship designed to build confidence. Sports: tennis, volleyball, yoga, fitness, and self-defense and more.  Themes: Connect & Communicate, Love & Express Yourself, Unleash Your Happiness.

Casti Camp offers girls a range of age-appropriate activities including athletics, art, science, computers, writing, crafts, cooking, drama and music classes each day along with weekly field trips.

Harker Summer Programs


Community School of Mountain View Music and Arts (CSMA) Mountain View 50+ creative camps for Gr. K-8! Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture, Musical Theater, Summer Music Workshops, more! Two-week sessions; full and half-day enrollment. Extended care available. Financial aid offered.

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J-Camp at the OFJCC

Palo Alto

With options for every age, schedule and interest, J-Camp has you covered. Traditional camps focus on variety and building friendships, while specialty camps include fantastic options like Robotics, Ceramics, Ocean Adventures, Food Truck Challenge, TV Studio Production and more. We’re looking forward to our best summer ever and want your family to be part of the experience.

Pacific Art League


Palo Alto

Dive into creativity this summer! Sign up now to reserve a seat in our week-long half- and full-day camps for youth and teens ages 9-16. Topics include painting, printmaking, cartooning, anime, digital art, animation, photography, ceramics and more! Scholarships available!

Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC)


Palo Alto

PACCC summer camps offer campers, grades 1st to 6th, a wide variety of fun opportunities! We are excited to announce all of your returning favorites: Leaders in Training (L.I.T.), PACCC Special Interest Units (S.I.U.),  F.A.M.E. (Fine Arts, Music and Entertainment), J.V. Sports and Operation: Chef! Periodic field trips, special visitors and many engaging camp activities, songs and skits round out the fun offerings of PACCC Summer Camps! Open to campers from all communities! Come join the fun in Palo Alto! Register online.

Summer at Athena Academy


Palo Alto

Summer at Athena Academy offers specialized week-long camps for children to EXPLORE their passions, CREATE new memories, BUILD friendships and PLAY to their hearts’ content. Camps include coding, sports & fitness, art, music and more.




TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

Palo Alto Menlo Park


San Jose

Harker summer programs for preschool -  grade 12 children include opportunities for academics, arts, athletics and activities. Taught by exceptional, experienced faculty and staff, our programs offer something for everyone in a safe and supportive environment.


iD Tech Camps

Stanford, Bay Area

Students ages 7–17 can learn to code apps, design video games, mod Minecraft, engineer robots, model 3D characters, design for VR, explore cyber security, and more. Students explore campus, learn foundational STEM skills, and gain selfconfidence.


Mid-Peninsula High School

Menlo Park

Mid-Pen’s Summer Session offers an innovative series of oneweek courses that give students the opportunity to customize their own summer program. These courses go beyond traditional curriculum, giving students the opportunity to enhance their skills while seeking either enrichment or credit repair.


STANFORD EXPLORE: A Lecture Series on Biomedical Research


Palo Alto Pleasanton

Improve your student’s writing skills this summer at Emerson School of Palo Alto and Hacienda School of Pleasanton. Courses this year are Expository Writing, Creative Writing and Presentation Techniques. Visit our website for more information.

Emerson: 650.424.1267 Hacienda: 925.485.5750

We are the Premier youth sports summer camp. We bring the fun to camp and with over 25 years of experience we make sure your child has an experience of a lifetime!!!!


Kim Grant Tennis Academy Summer Camps

Palo Alto Monterey*

Fun and specialized junior camps for Mini (3-5), Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, High Performance and Elite levels. Weekly programs designed by Kim Grant to improve player technique, fitness, agility, mental toughness and all around game. Weekly camps in Palo Alto and sleep away camps at Meadowbrook Swim and Tennis*.

Nike Tennis Camps


Stanford University

Junior Overnight and Day Camps for boys & girls, ages 9-18 offered throughout June, July and August. Adult Weekend Clinics (June & Aug). Camps directed by Head Men’s Coach, Paul Goldstein, Head Women’s Coach, Lele Forood, and Associate Men’s and Women’s Coaches, Brandon Coupe and Frankie Brennan.  Come join the fun and get better this summer!

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Camp High Five Overnight Camp

La Honda, Pinecrest

Our Camp offers the ultimate combination of sports, adventure and creativity! Coaches bring lots of positive energy and enthusiasm every day.  Each week of day camp features two to three adventures with all other days held at Juana Briones Elementary.  Adventure highlights include climbing tower, archery, dodgeball on the beach, kayaking, Great America and more. Overnight Camp includes kayaking, horseback riding, archery, campfires, sports, crafts and more.  Ages 6-14.  Financial aid available.

Spartans Sports Camp


Mountain View

Spartans Sports Camp offers multi-sport, week-long sessions for boys and girls in grades 2-7, sport-specific sessions for grades 2-9, color guard camp for grades 3-9, and cheerleading camp for grades pre-K – 8. We also offer a hip hop dance camp for grades 1-7. Camp dates are June 12 through  July 28  at Mountain View High School. The camp is run by MVHS coaches and student-athletes and all proceeds benefit the MVHS Athletic Department. Lunch and extended care are available.

Stanford Water Polo



Ages 7 and up. New to sport or have experience, we have a camp for you. Half day or fully day option for boys and girls. All the camps offer fundamental skill work, scrimmages and games.

ATHLETICS City of Mountain View Recreation

Sacred Heart Schools Atherton

EXPLORE biomedical science at Stanford! Stanford EXPLORE offers high school students the unique opportunity to learn from Stanford professors and graduate students about diverse topics in biomedical science, including bioengineering, neurobiology, immunology and many others.

Write Now! Summer Writing Camps

Hi Five Sports Summer Camp

YMCA Summer Camps


Silicon Valley

Kids who love to act have fun, put on a show, and learn from pros at the acclaimed TheatreWorks Silicon Valley camps for budding theatre enthusiasts. Spring Break camps for K-6. Summer Camps for K-12, plus special teen programs.

Come have a blast with us this summer! We have something for everyone – Recreation Camps, Specialty Camps, Sports Camps, Swim Lessons and more! Programs begin June 5th – register early!

At the Y, children and teens of all abilities acquire new skills, make friends, and feel that they belong. With hundreds of Summer Day Camps at 30+ locations plus Overnight Camps, you will find a camp that’s right for your family.  Financial assistance is available.


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ith summer right around the corner, the possibilities seem endless, just like the length of those long, long days. With seemingly more time, and quite possibly more energy, the time is ripe for trying your hand at something new and exciting or finessing a talent you never knew you had. Who knows? You might learn something new about yourself along the way — maybe you’ll discover your inner dancer or learn that, actually, you can do a headstand in that yoga class. The skies (dances, yoga poses and other metaphorical horizons) are the limit, which of course means that there is no ceiling to your own personal growth. Indeed, this could be the start of something new for you!


The Class Guide is published quarterly by the Palo Alto Weekly, The Almanac and the Mountain View Voice.

od. Classes are available for children, teens and adults and for both newcomers and those pursuing professional careers.



Alberto’s Salsa Studio & Ultra Lounge


736 W. Dana St., Mountain View, 650-968-3007,, Alberto’s holds lessons throughout the week for salsa (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays), bachata (Wednesdays) and tango (Sundays) styles of dancing for beginners and those with more experience.

Bayer Ballet Academy 2028 Old Middlefield Way, Mountain View, 650-988-9971,, Bayer Ballet Academy is a school of Russian ballet that teaches the Vaganova method beginning with children at age 3. The academy offers a variety of classes to prepare students for the professional level, as well as a new program specifically for boys.

Cassand Ballet 1411 W. El Camino Real, Mountain View, 415-505-5659,, This ballet school and company follows the classical French tradition and teaches boys, girls, teenagers and adults starting at age 3. The year-round schedule for children includes fall and spring semesters, as well as a summer intensive course.

For the Love of Dance 2483 Old Middlefield Way, Suite B, Mountain View, 650-861-0650, fortheloveofdancemv@, For the Love of Dance provides training in ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, musical theater and aerobics. The family-owned studio teaches children and adults at all levels and serves the communities of Mountain View, Palo Alto, Los Altos and Sunnyvale.

The Lively School Mountain View Masonic Center, 890 Church St., Mountain View, 650-969-4110,, legacy/TheLivelySchool.html The Lively School offers private and small group classes for adults in all levels of contemporary dance, ballet, yoga and meditation, as well as classes in ballet and creative movement and storytelling for youngsters.

L’Ecole de Danse 740 Sierra Vista Ave., Unit G, Mountain View, 650-365-4596, L’Ecole de Danse offers a full ballet curriculum starting at age 7. They also offer classes for adults either wishing to resume ballet or looking to explore it. Annual performances offer onstage experience.

4758 W. El Camino Real, Los Altos, 650 - 4 81- 8139, los a ltos@ba r, Classes at this studio combine ballet barre exercises with elements of yoga and Pilates, aiming to help students develop flexibility, strength and improved posture.

Bikram Yoga Mountain View 1910 W. El Camino Real, Suite E, Mountain View, 650-967-2968,, In its 90-minute classes, Bikram Yoga Mountain View instructs students in 26 hatha yoga postures and two breathing exercises in a heated room. Classes are held each day of the week.

Bald Eagle Sports Camps P.O. Box 391739, Mountain View, 888-505-2253,, Bald Eagle Sports Camps offer programs in every season, including a unique multi-sport camp that incorporates a variety of teamcentered, non-traditional games designed for all athletes to feel included, engaged, appropriately challenged and highly active. It’s a Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) partner-based program that offers a growing number of camps and leadership experiences for youth in grades K-12.

California Yoga Center 1776 Miramonte Ave., Mountain View, 650-967-5702, California Yoga Center in Mountain View holds asana yoga classes for students at beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. The center also holds classes on pranayama, restorative yoga and back care.

Flying Fish Swim School 280 Polaris Ave., Mountain View, 650-625-1333, Flying Fish Swim School in Mountain View offers group and private swimming instruction for all ages and skill levels. Online registration is available for classes, and the fall session starts on Jan 3.

Jacki’s Aerobic Dancing Mountain View Masonic Lodge, 890 Church St. Mountain View, 650-941-1002, joanier@, Jacki’s Aerobic Dancing offers dance classes with abdominal work, strength training and easy-to-follow aerobic routines. Complimentary child care is available. Classes meet at 9 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays year-round.

Kidz Love Soccer Rengstorff Community Center Field, 201 S. Rengstorff Ave., Mountain View, 1-888-2779542, Open for boys and girls of all abilities, Kidz

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MamboNova Dance Studio 223 Moffett Blvd., Mountain View, 925-250-9552,, MamboNova Dance Company offers group lessons in salsa and bachata. Private dance classes are also offered for individuals and couples.

New Century Dance School 223 Moffett Blvd., Mountain View, 650-924-5000, The New Century Dance School guides students children (beginning at age 4) and adults in classical Chinese dance, ballet, movement arts, meditation and exercise.

Pacific Ballet Academy 295 Polaris Ave., Mountain View, 650-969-4614,, The Pacific Ballet Academy instructs students ranging in age from 3 1/2 to 18 in the Russian ballet method. Adult classes are also offered, for beginning and intermediate dancers.

Western Ballet 914 N. Rengstorff Ave., #B, Mountain View, 650-968-4455, Western Ballet holds ballet classes that draw from the Russian Vaganova method and the newer more “open” classical meth-

New session starts:

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Aerobic Dance Class

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Strength Training

Fun Aerobic Routines

Mon-Wed-Fri • 9-10AM

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ClassGuide Continued from previous page Love Soccer provides soccer classes that encourage sportsmanship, esteem, learning and fun. Summer camp registration is now available.

Mountain View Tennis

Suzuki Violin

Cuesta Tennis Center, 685 Cuesta Drive, Mountain View, 650-967-5955,, Taught by certified professionals, Mountain View Tennis’ affordable programs for youth and adult tennis players of all levels are held at Cuesta, Rengstorff, Whisman and Cooper courts. The summer session begins on Monday, June 12, and registration is open.

ages 4-7

Beginning Guitar ages 8+

Group and Private Lessons

The Little Gym of Mountain View 1910-F W. El Camino Real, Mountain View, 650-961-8100,, The Little Gym offers a range of classes for children from four months to twelve years of age with a mission to facilitate holistic skill development through movement, music, learn-

262 Castro St., Mountain View (650) 961-1566

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Inspiring G lobal Citizens GISSV students learn in a multicultural, dual-language immersion environment that promotes responsibility, critical and imaginative thinking and academic excellence. Our programs culminate in U.S. and German diplomas, preparing our graduates for worldwide opportunities.




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ing and laughter. Classes combine physical activity, gymnastics, games and arts and crafts.

REI 2450 Charleston Road, Mountain View, 650-969-1938, REI regularly offers classes on topics such as cycling, bike maintenance, camping and snow skills, outdoor navigation and more.

Shoreline Lake 3160 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View, 650-965-7474,, Shoreline Lake’s Boathouse offers a variety of group lessons for sailing, stand-up paddling, kayaking and windsurfing, as well as private lessons.

Yoga Belly 455 Castro St., Mountain View, 650-862-3976,, Yoga Belly offers yoga classes in heated and non-heated rooms, more physical YBX classes and Yoga Tune Up sessions, which combine yoga, corrective exercise and self-massage.

Yoga is Youthfulness 590 Castro St., Mountain View, 650-964-5277,, Yoga is Youthfulness offers classes for students of all levels daily, including early in the morning and in the evenings. Classes teach ashtanga, iyengar and hatha styles of yoga, as well as other subjects like prenatal yoga and meditation.

MUSIC, ARTS & CRAFTS Community School of Music and Arts Finn Center, 230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View, 650-917-6800,, The Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) offers classes year-round in music, visual and digital arts, with courses suited for adults and children as young as preschool-age. There are a variety of classes and registration for summer camps is open. There are five sessions of varying lengths, offered from June 5 to Aug. 18.

Custom Handweavers 2263 Old Middlefield Way, Mountain View, 650-9670831,,

Ongoing classes — both day and evening sessions — are offered in weaving for all experience levels. Workshops on different weaving techniques (Navajo, tapestry and Temari) are held periodically.

Peninsula Youth Theatre 2500 Old Middlefield Way, Mountain View, 650-988-8798,, Peninsula Youth Theatre (PYT) offers drama classes in acting, musical theater and other skills to children of various abilities and ages. Summer registration is now open, and classes are from June 5 to Aug. 11.

Savvy Cellar Bar & Wine Shop 750 W. Evelyn Ave., Mountain View, 650-9693958,, Savvy Cellars Wines holds occasional classes on various wines and wine topics, including regional wines, wine-food pairing and wine tasting for novices. Students must be 21 or older to attend.

Tumasov Fine Art Studio 823 W. El Camino Real, Mountain View, 415-490-8925, tumasovfineartstudio@gmail. com, The studio offers workshops and classes in painting, drawing, ceramics, piano and more, as well as an after-school art program for kids.

Veksler Academy of Music and Dance 1710 Miramonte Ave., Mountain View, 650-254-0777, This school program teaches ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical and hip hop dance classes for youth ages 3 and up. Group music programs include preschool music classes and a children’s choir. Private music lessons are also available.

West Valley Music 262 Castro St., Mountain View, 650-961-1566,, West Valley Music helps students further their music skills or try their hand at different instruments. Group lessons are held for instruments such as piano, guitar, ukulele and violin, as well as band and orchestra. Private lessons are also offered.

Opus1 Music Studio 1350 Grant Road, #5, Mountain View, 650-625-9955, Opus1 Music Studio holds group music lessons for young children, including classes for firsttime music learners (ages 3 to 6) and sessions on piano performance and music theory. Private lessons are also offered.



Action Day Primary Plus


333 Eunice Ave., Mountain View, 650-9673780,, Action Day Primary Plus in Mountain View serves infants and children in preschool and kindergarten. The school offers enrichment activities and extended day care, and its facilities are spacious.

450 Bryant St., Palo Alto, 650-289-5400, Avenidas offers a plethora of classes, as well as lectures and workshops, for seniors focusing on topics such as general health, physical fitness, languages, humanities, computing, music and writing. Membership costs, fees and class descriptions are listed on the website.

Building Kidz

Mountain View Buddhist Temple

250 E. Dana St., Mountain View, 650-967-8000,, info@buildingkidz. com Building Kidz School provides infant, toddler, preschool, kindergarten and school age care that encourages a lifelong interest in learning through academics and performing arts. Before- and after-school programs are also offered.

575 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View, 650964-9426,, The Seniors Activity Program at the Mountain View Buddhist Temple holds activities and crafts on Thursdays from 8 a.m. to noon. A community of over 50 seniors meet weekly to socialize and congregate. Lunches, trips and special activities are also planned during the year.

German International School of Silicon Valley

Mountain View-Los Altos Adult Education

310 Easy St., Mountain View, 650-254-0748,, The German International School of Silicon Valley is a private school providing preschool to high school students with a bilingual education. The school also offers German language courses for all ages on Saturdays, as well as adult and corporate courses on weekdays.

333 Moffett Blvd., Mountain View, 650-9401333,, Adult_Education/ The adult school offers courses in arts and crafts, computer skills, vocational skills, English as a second language, music, dance, needlework, family education, physical fitness and more. The school also has high school diploma and GED preparation programs. Summer registration begins on May 12, and classes last from June 9 to Aug. 25.

Oshman Family JCC Leslie Family Preschool 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, 650-223-8788,, paloaltojcc. org/preschool The Oshman Family JCC’s award-winning preschool program provides an atmosphere for building healthy and positive learning experiences. The Yad B’ Yad program is for children 12 to 18 months of age. Parent/caregiver participation programs are available for children 12 to 23 months old.

Palo Alto Prep School 2462 Wyandotte St., Mountain View, 650-4937071,, Palo Alto Prep School is a private high school that offers a mixture of flexibility and structure, embraces differences, facilitates academic and social success, and prepares students for college.

Saint Simon Parish School 1840 Grant Road, Los Altos, 650-968-9952, Saint Simon Parish School educates children from preschool through eighth grade, combining academic rigor with Catholic values and providing an emphasis on social justice and service. It also supplies a range of enrichment and athletic opportunities.

Waldorf School of the Peninsula Mountain View Campus, 180 N. Rengstorff Ave., Mountain View, 650-417-7600,, Waldorf School of the Peninsula serves children from nursery up through high school. Areas of focus include fostering self-discipline, critical thinking, independence and cooperation, creative expression and a love of learning.

Yew Chung International School of Silicon Valley (YCIS) 310 Easy St., Mountain View, 650-903-0986,, YCIS provides a multicultural and bilingual (English and Mandarin Chinese) education to children from preschool to middle school. Teachers facilitate student’s academic, personal and social development and emphasize a global perspective.

Mountain View Senior Center 266 Escuela Ave., Mountain View, 650903-6330,, The Mountain View Senior Center organizes a wide array of classes exploring topics and activities such as art, music, dance, languages, computer use and exercise — including Feldenkrais and pickleball, a low-impact game played with a paddle.

Stanford Continuing Studies Littlefield Center, 365 Lasuen St., Stanford, 650-725-2650, continuingstudies@stanford. edu, Stanford Continuing Studies organizes classes in liberal arts and sciences, creative writing and professional and personal development. Courses are held in the evenings or on Saturdays. Stanford Continuing Studies also presents lectures, performances, conferences and other events. Class Guides are published quarterly in the Palo Alto Weekly, Mountain View Voice and the Almanac. Descriptions of classes offered in Palo Alto, Stanford, Menlo Park, Mountain View, Atherton, East Palo Alto, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Portola Valley and Woodside are provided. Listings are free and subject to editing. Due to space constraints, classes held in the above cities are given priority. To inquire about submitting a listing for the next Class Guide, email Editorial Assistant Anna Medina at or call 650-223-6515. To place a paid advertisement in the Class Guide, call the display advertising department at 650-326-8210.

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Lame of thrones ‘KING ARTHUR’ RETELLS THE LEGEND FOR THE AGE OF FRANCHISES 00 (Century 16 & 20) That most flexible of ancient legends gets a new workout in Guy Ritchie’s “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,� the first in what’s rumored to be a six-film series (box-office willing). Certainly, this is the first version of the King Arthur story to feature a character referred to as “Kung Fu George� or a David Beckham cameo, but let’s just say Ritchie’s take on Arthurian legend isn’t going to surprise anyone who knows what’s up at the multiplex these days. A dedicated stylist who got his start with gangster comedies like “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels� and “Snatch,� Ritchie has become a go-to guy for Warner Brothers’ franchise hopes, first with “Sherlock Holmes� (a hit that spawned a sequel) and then with “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.� (a flop). And so we get a “King Arthur� in which the displaced royal — cast off Moseslike after the murder of his

parents — grows up thinking he’s “the bastard son of a prostitute,� raised in a Londinium brothel to become a gangster with a crew. In Ritchie’s neatest stylistic trick, Arthur’s 20-year journey from boy to man (Charlie Hunnam, who’s serviceable when he doesn’t succumb to shouty mode) takes about two minutes of screen time in a super-charged montage. That’s after a prologue that promises an awful, awe-full lot of spectacle, first with a massive conflagration pitting the supernatural might of mage sorcerer Mordred against the otherwise peaceful kingdom of Arthur’s dad, Uther Pendragon (Eric Bana), and then with the palace coup of villainous Vortigern (Jude Law, Ritchie’s Dr. Watson), enabled by a Faustian deal with a triad of witches. Essentially, Law’s doing a pared-down “Macbeth� in the margins of this movie, and almost making

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like a heist, a “safe house� (though sensible, the phrase has an anachronistic ring). Despite some striking visuals (including sweeping use of Welsh and Scottish locations) and the occasional evocation of “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves,� this newfangled “Arthur� comes up short on grandeur or even old-fashioned matinee adventure, trading them in for cosmetic “Game of Thrones� grot. Rated PG-13 for sequences of violence and action, some suggestive content and brief strong language. Two hours, 6 minutes. — Peter Canavese

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QHIGHLIGHT PEAR SLICES 2017 Pear Theatre continues its season with its annual showcase of original short plays by members of the Pear Playwrights Guild. From Anasazi to Aboriginals, private detectives to proposals, this year’s crop of plays promises to engage, delight and inspire. May 5-28, 8 p.m. $10, preview; $35, regular; senior/student discounts. The Pear Theatre, 1110 La Avenida, Mountain View.



A Song to Sing, O! The Gilbert & Sullivan Story Conceived, written and directed by Artistic Director Emeritus Barbara Heroux, this Lamplighters Original will feature a salon orchestra conducted by Baker Peeples and a cast of familiar Lamplighter performers. Longtime fans will learn something new, and be introduced to the world of Gilbert & Sullivan. May 14, 3 p.m. $20-$50. Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center, 555 Middlefield Road, Atherton. season/season.html African Languages and Cultures Night CAS hosts its African Languages and Cultures Night, featuring Amharic, Igbo, Swahili, Tigrinya, Twi and Yoruba with students, professors and friends. Students will perform skits, songs and dances. Ethiopian food will be served. May 16, 6 p.m. Free. Stanford University, 450 Serra Mall, Stanford. Men’s Rites: An Alt-Comedy Stanford Classics in Theater (SCIT) presents the story of a Supreme Court justice on a crossdressing mission to save us all from the manosphere, adapted from Aristophanes’ Thesmophoriazusai. Some material may be inappropriate for children. May 12 and 13, 8-9:30 p.m. Free, student ID, $5, other. Elliot Program Center, 589 Governor’s Ave., Stanford. Palo Alto Players: Monty Python’s ‘Spamalot’ Monty Python’s “Spamalot”, the musical comedy sensation lovingly ripped off from the film classic “Monty Python and The Holy Grail,” arrives this spring to spread laughter and cheer throughout the kingdom. It tells the tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table as they embark on their quest for the Holy Grail. April 28-May 14, times vary. $25-$55. Lucie Stern Community Center, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. ‘Willy Wonka’ Adapted for the stage by Leslie Bricusse and Timothy A. McDonald, this musical tells the story of Charlie Bucket who makes his famous visit to Willy Wonka’s mysterious chocolate factory in this scrumdidilyumptious musical that is guaranteed to delight everyone’s sweet tooth. May 4-21, times vary. Children’s tickets, $10; Adults, $12. Palo Alto Chidren’s Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto.

Allison Yuen: Senior Flute Recital Allison Yuen (Computer Science) studies flute with Alexandra Hawley at Stanford. She has played in the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, the Stanford Collaborative Orchestra and the pit orchestra for Stanford’s productions of Sunday in the Park with George and Don Giovanni , as well as in chamber ensembles. Her program features Prokofiev’s Sonata; Gaubert’s 3 Watercolors; Bach’s Sonata in E minor; and Griffes’ Poem. May 19, 7:30 p.m. Free. Campbell Recital Hall, 541 Lausen Mall, Stanford. From Old World to Our World The Vinifera Trio presents “From Old World to Our World,” a concert of classical, contemporary and jazzy music with historic Hebrew themes. Violinist Rachel Patrick, clarinetist Matthew Boyles and pianist Ian Scarfe will perform music inspired by Jewish folksongs. A hot buffet lunch will be served before the concert. May 16, noon-1:30 p.m. $20, or two punches of the Community Tuesday Punch Card. Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. /musicatnoon Harp Studio of Marjorie Chauvel The harp studio of Marjorie Chauvel presents its annual Mothers’ Day recital. May 14, 2:30 p.m. Free. Campbell Recital Hall, 541 Lausen Mall, Stanford. Merit Scholar Mother’s Day Concert During this CSMA Family Concert, Merit Scholarship Student Ensembles perform special selections to celebrate Mother’s Day in this annual concert. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Seating is limited; attendants are advised to arrive early. May 13, 5-6 p.m. Free. Tateuchi Hall, Community School of Music and Arts, 230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View. Silicon Valley Boychoir sings ‘Our World’ All are invited to hear over 85 boys from Palo Alto and surrounding cities join voices in a concert celebrating the nature of the world in all its beauty. May 13, 5-6 p.m. $15, general; $10, student/ senior; free, ages 4 and under. First Congregational Church of Palo Alto, 1985 Louis Road, Palo Alto.

Giants Magazine and Athletics, discusses his new book, “Dynastic, Bombastic, Fantastic: Reggie, Rollie, Catfish, and Charlie Finley’s Swingin A’s.” A sprawling history of one of baseball’s unforgettable teams, “Dynastic, Bombastic, Fantastic” is a paean to a turbulent time. May 18, 7-9 p.m. Free. Books Inc., 74 Town & Country Village, Palo Alto. Big Data Gets Political: Dr. Michal Kosinski in Conversation with John Hollar Dr. Michal Kosinski joins us to share his work in psychometrics, how his big data tool works, the methods he warned against and finally, his vision for the future of data in politics and beyond. May 19, 7-8:30 p.m. Free. Computer History Museum, 1401 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View. California Native Plant Society talk Amelia Ryan, a Pinnacles National Park Vegetation Ecologist, will discuss unusual flora of the interior coast ranges in San Benito and Fresno Counties. May 19, 7:30-9 p.m. Free. Los Altos Library, 13 S. San Antonio Road, Los Altos. I Love Eichlers! Moderated by Steven Eichler “I Love Eichlers!” will be a conversation with Eichler devotees, moderated by Steven Eichler. May 17, 7-8:30 p.m. Free. Los Altos History Museum, 51 S. San Antonio Road, Los Altos. Rachael O’Meara at Books Inc. Rachael O’Meara, Google sales executive and regular host on the TalksAtGoogle YouTube channel, discusses her practical motivational guide, “Pause: Harnessing the Life-Changing Power of Giving Yourself a Break.” May 16, 7-9 p.m. Free. Books Inc., 301 Castro St., Mountain View. booksinc. net/event/ UC Master Gardeners of Santa Clara County All are invited to drop in the third Thursday of each month for a talk presented by the Master Gardeners of Santa Clara County. Each month there will be a different talk and discussion about a seasonally-relevant gardening topic. This month’s topic is how to take care of citrus trees. March 16, 7-8:30 p.m. Free. Rinconada Library, 1213 Newell Road, Palo Alto. news/



Burning Mensch: Tribal Celebration of Lag B’Omer The OFJCC will celebrate Lag B’Omer, the Jewish holiday marking the 33rd day of the Counting of the Omer, the period between Passover and Shavuot. The holiday is about treating people with respect, and the festival will feature fire sculpture and performers; food and drink; face painting; arts and community mural; live bands; silent disco and DJs; and the celebration of principles of Menschkeit. May 13, 7-11 p.m. Free. Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto.

Relay for Life of Stanford University Stanford Relay for Life is a 24-hour Walk-a-Thon Event that raises funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society. All proceeds directly support cancer research, advocacy and service. May 13 and 14,10 a.m. Luminaria Ceremony, 9 p.m. $10, entry fee. Cobb Track and Angell Field, Stanford University, 295 Galvez St., Stanford.

CONCERTS Climax: Love to Death Seoul National University School of Music Alumni Association in Northern California presents Korean Musician Series. The first concert of the series hosts four young Korean musicians: soprano Sylvia Lee, Baritone Joo Won Kang, pianist Hye Won Souh, and pianist Jeagal Somang, who have gained national and international attention through competitions and opera productions/concerts. May 13, 7:30-11 p.m. $30. First United Methodist Church, 625 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto. Department of Music Awards Concert The Friends of Music at Stanford present the Department of Music award winners for 2016-17. Each award recipient will perform a short program. May 13, 7:30 p.m. Free. Campbell Recital Hall, 541 Lausen Mall, Stanford. Master Sinfonia Chamber Orchestra Program 4 This concert will feature firstprize winner of the Master Sinfonia Concerto Competition, Brahms Symphony No. 2 in D major. May 13 and 14, tickets are all good for either date. $20. Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Ave., Los Altos. Stanford Wind Symphony: Spring Concert Giancarlo Aquilanti directs the Stanford Wind Symphony’s program in Bing Concert Hall. Composer Kamyar Mohajer will be present at the concert to hear his work, “Reminiscence,” a combination of Eastern modality and a unique approach to harmony, counterpoint and polytonality. May 19, 7:30 p.m. $10-$20. Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford. events.

TALKS & LECTURES A Conversation With Author Preeva Tramiel Preeva Tramiel is a writer and community volunteer in Palo Alto. Her adventures include gallivanting around Eastern Europe and Israel in search of family history, winning the consolation prize on a Comedy Central game show, keeping bees and serving as president of an independent liberal synagogue. Her memoir, “The Girl On the Wall,” follows her search for truth and selfconfidence. May 18, 7:30-9 p.m. $10, donation to Hadassah nonprofit organization. Congregation Kol Emeth, 4125 Manuela Ave., Palo Alto. An Evening with Cookie Johnson In her new memoir, “Believing in Magic: My Story of Love, Overcoming Adversity, and Keeping the Faith,” the wife of NBA legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson shares details of her marriage, motherhood, faith and how an HIV diagnosis 25 years ago changed the course of their lives. May 18, 7:30 p.m. $8, students; $15 general; $12, members; $25, premium. Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. / cookie Author Event: Jason Turbow Jason Turbow, bestselling author and regular contributor to

FAMILY LGBTQ Family Shabbat Dinner All are invited to go meet new friends and connect with other local families and allies as they enjoy a funfilled Mediterranean-style dinner catered by Sajj. May 12, 6-8 p.m. $8-$40. Freidenrich Conference Center Room F-401, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. Mother and daughter children’s book launch with reading Palo Alto mother and daughter, Mayma and Reagan Raphael will be at this pre-Mother’s day book launch and reading, “Danny Trample for School President.” May 13, noon-1:30 p.m. Free. Mitchell Park Community Center, 3700 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto.

MUSEUMS & EXHIBITS Friday Film Series: ‘Good Design’ On select Fridays from May through August there will be a film series presented in conjunction with the exhibition “Creativity on the Line: Design for the Corporate World, 1950-1975.” May 19, 1-4 p.m. Free. Cantor Auditorium, 328 Lomita Drive at Museum Way, Stanford. events/ May Exhibition ‘Spring Fling’ Bryant Street Gallery presents “Spring Fling,” a bright and vibrant exhibition featuring artists Ky Anderson and Eve Stockton. Anderson and Stockton

compliment each other’s styles while also exploring their different processes of working with color. The exhibition opens May 4. May 4-31, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Free. Bryant Street Gallery, 532 Bryant St., Palo Alto.

FILM ‘Monster in the Mind’ film screening Upon discovering that she is at high risk of developing Alzheimer’s, filmmaker Jean Carper, medical journalist and bestselling author, embarks on a journey to face her fears and to find out all she can about the condition, offering an unprecedented look at the truth and fiction of the disease. May 18, 6-8 p.m. Free. Cubberley Auditorium, 485 Lasuen Mall, Stanford. longevity. Screening: ‘The Great Mother’ “The Great Mother” is the compelling life story of Dekyi Tsering, the mother of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, in which His Holiness speaks candidly of his admiration and respect for his mother and the impact she had on the man he is today. There will also be a Q&A with the filmmaker, Rosemary Rawcliffe. May 14, 2-5 p.m. Free. Midpeninsula Community Media Center, 900 San Antonio Road, Palo Alto. midpenmedia. org/rsvpmaker/mother/

LESSONS & CLASSES Adult School Summer Classes Registration Registration for Mountain ViewLos Altos Adult School summer classes begins on Friday, May 12. Summer session runs June 12 - July 28. Visit or call 650-940-1333 for more information. $25-$625, registration fees vary by class. Mountain View-Los Altos Adult School, 333 Moffett Blvd., Mountain View. DIY Native Garden Series: Landscape Maintenance This class is part 4 of 4 in a Do-It-Yourself Native Garden Series from the Bay Area Water Supply & Conservation Agency (BAWSCA). Now that participants have designed their space, selected their plants and installed their garden, they will learn how to take care of it. May 16, 6-8:30 p.m. Free. Mountain View Library, 585 Franklin St., Mountain View. librarycalendar

Keep Calm and Color All adults are welcome every third Monday of the month for an afternoon of coloring to pleasing music in the Los Altos Library Orchard Room. Colored pencils, designs, music and refreshments will be provided. Third Monday of the month, 2-3:30 p.m. Free. Los Altos Library, 13 S. San Antonio Road, Los Altos. Stanford Brain Day at the Palo Alto YMCA Palo Alto Family YMCA has the rare opportunity to let children ages 6 to16 experience Brain Day, an annual event in which volunteers from the Stanford School of Medicine Neuroscience program share an hour-long, hands-on demonstration in which kids get the chance to see and hold human and animal brains. May 13, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Free, YMCA Members; $5 otherwise. Palo Alto Family YMCA, 3412 Ross Road, Palo Alto.

HEALTH & WELLNESS Heartfulness Meditation Participants will learn relaxation and meditation techniques with Heartfulness Certified Instructor Radhalakshmi Ramakrishnan. Visit for more information. Mondays through May 22, 10-11 a.m. and Thursdays June 1, 8, 15, 7-8 p.m. Free. Los Altos Library, 13 S. San Antonio Road, Los Altos. Radical Joy: Awakening Your Potential for True Fulfillment Internationally-renowned psychologist, Todd Pressman, Ph.D., will be presenting on “Radical Joy: Awakening Your Potential for True Fulfillment.” The free lecture on Friday and intensive workshop on Saturday will describe a self-help pathway to a life of fulfillment, meaning and purpose. May 19, 7:30-9 p.m. and May 20, 1-7 p.m. $65-$95. EastWest Bookstore, 324 Castro St., Mountain View.

SPORTS Mountain View Tennis Club May Tournament For its May competition, the Mountain View Tennis Club will organize a oneday doubles tournament, open to all adult levels. Players can sign up with a partner, or the club can try to help find a partner for those who sign up alone. A light breakfast and lunch will be included. Those interested can sign up online at May 13 and 14, 8:40 a.m.-1 p.m. $10, member; $12, general; $13, through PayPal. Rengstorff Park Tennis Courts, 201 S. Rengstorff Ave., Mountain View.

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997 All Other Legals NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF: BARBARA C. MOORE aka BARBARA CAROL MOORE Case No.: 17PR180968 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate, or both, of BARBARA C. MOORE aka BARBARA CAROL MOORE. A Petition for Probate has been filed by: SARAH MOORE in the Superior Court of California, County of SANTA CLARA. The Petition for Probate requests that: SARAH MOORE be appointed as per-

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