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10/30: The Big Pumpkin: A Halloween Puppet Show A pumpkin too big to move, a small bat with gumption. Come see this whimsical show combining puppetry, masks and physical theater from Teatro Calamari Puppets. 3:304:15pm. Free. Sausalito Public Library, 420 Litho St., Sausalito. 289-4121. www.sausalitolibrary.org 11/02: Slide Ranch Toddler Days Enjoy milking a goat, holding a warm egg from the chickens and hearing the baa of the sheep. Explore and experience the tastes, colors and smells of the garden and farm. Activities are toddler-age appropriate, but all ages welcome. Pack lunch, water bottle, layered clothing and shoes that can get dirty. 9am-12pm $20, under 1 free. Slide Ranch, 2025 Shoreline Hwy. , Muir Beach. 381-6155. www.slideranch.org
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The sophomore slump never got to Hollywoodâ€™s Movie Brats, who turned the superstition on its head with secondouting masterpieces like Coppolaâ€™s Godfather II, Lucasfilmâ€™s The Empire Strikes Back and, my personal favorite, Steven Spielbergâ€™s INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM, which left me sitting slack-jawed in Graumanâ€™s Chinese Theatre the day of its premiere. Although a prequel Whip it, Indy... whip it good. to one of the most successful action pictures in history, nothing could have prepared us for the brilliance and craft that Spielberg brought to this film, which even on the small screen retains its unparalleled brew of thrills. Harrison Ford gets things rolling at a Shanghai nightclub when an artifact swap with a gangster turns disastrousâ€”a classic sceneâ€”and sends him on the lam with the clubâ€™s high-maintenance chanteuse (Kate Capshaw), soon to bail out of a pilotless plane into the Himalayas and dangers unknown. One human sacrifice scene about halfway through so shocked the MPAA families that they invented a new film rating to accommodate it, PG-13, though it looks tame by todayâ€™s standards. Temple of Doom remains the Swensenâ€™s earthquake sundae of action pictures, made by a director at the height of his powers. â€”Richard Gould
7b. Prince William 7c. Will.i.am, musician and member of the Black Eyed Peas 8. Dodo 9. Chinatown 10. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1870), Around the World in Eighty Days (1873) BONUS ANSWER: Arkansas
10/27-11/10: China Camp Docent Trainings Natural history docent trainings for new and returning volunteers at China Camp State Park: Oak Woodlands with Katherine Cuneo of the Marin Conservation League and Wildlife of the Park with Cynda Vyas 10am-2pm. China Camp State Park, Entrance to Campground, San Rafael. 492-1933. 10/27: Graveyard Stroll Get a head start on Halloween with rangers. Experience one of a kind program that uncovers one of Marinâ€™s most interesting, but little-known cemeteries. 6-7:30pm. Free. Lucas Valley Field Office, 18 Jeannette Prandi Way, San Rafael. 473-2816. www.marincountyparks.org
10/27: Ring Mountain Grassland Restoration Project Regular drop in volunteer program to help to restore native grasslands. Work is midly strenuous but family friendly. Drop in days last Saturday of the month. Through Oct. 27. 10am-1pm. Free - Volunteers of all ages welcome. Ring Mountain Preserve, Top of Taylor Road, Tiburon. 473-2128. www.marincountyparks.org 10/28: Big Rock Ridge to the Summit This walk will go from Lucas Valley to the 1,895 foot summit of Big Rock Ridge, the second high-
est peak in the county after Mount Tamalpais. 9am-2pm. Free, adults only, no animals, please. Lucas Valley Open Space, Lucas Valley Road, San Rafael. 893-9508. www.marincountyparks.org
10/28: Farallones San Francisco Bay Nature Sail A three hour naturalist led sail from Sausalito on the 82 ft. schooner â€œSeaward.â€? Explore San Francisco Bay, meet tiny (and not so tiny) aquatic creatures living there. 12:303:30pm. $55 per person. Call of the Sea, 400 Harbor Dr., Sausalito. 561-6622 x232. www.farallones.org 11/01: Indian Tree This north-facing slope is a great place to see many winter birds that come here to feast on the abundant madrone and toyon berries. 9am-2pm. Free. Indian Tree Open Space, Vineyard Road, Novato. 893-9508. www. marincountyparks.org
BeneďŹ ts/Gala Events 10/27: Compassion Without Borders Animal Welfare Anniversary Celebration This Northern California based non-profit international animal welfare and rescue organization will celebrate a decade of change for animals. Join for appetizers, wine, slideshow and a silent auction. All proceeds go toward their work for the animals. 2-5pm. $40 including wine and appetizers Private residence, Call for information, San Rafael. 707/474-3345. www.cwob.org 10/28: Autistry Fun and Food Faire See creative projects of autistic young adults plus an array of activity and game booths: pumpkincarving, fish wall, dunk tank, haunted hospital. Fun for all with lots of good food. 11am-5pm. $40, includes lunch & 10 activity tkts. Special rate for family of 3, $100, each additional child $2 Autistry Studios, 37 Duffy Pl., San Rafael . 4541037. www.Autistry.com 11/02: Evening With Owls Meet many species of live owls, hawks and even live bats, enjoy highly entertaining and educational speakers, wine tasting, wildlife artists, appetizers, savories and sweets, a silent auction and more. 6:309:30pm. $75. Mill Valley Community Center, 180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley. 454-4587. www. hungryowl.org
Published on Oct 24, 2012