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Related ArticlesBay Area Weekend Top 10: Electronic music pioneer rocks hometown crowdSound advice: Top 3 concerts in the Bay Area this weekendFreebies! Fun, free things to do this weekend in the Bay Area, July 14-16You’re invited to ‘Flower Piano’: Is there an inner Van Cliburn in you aching to show off your “Chopsticks”? Well, grab your sheet music and head to the San Francisco Botanical Garden, where the third annual “Flower Piano” extravaganza unfolds over a 12-day period beginning July 13. One dozen pianos are strategically placed among the boughs, blooms, hillocks and groves of the 55-acre expanse in Golden Gate Park, each available for your playing pleasure daily between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. — except when special mini-concerts are scheduled. Those special events include a “Summer of Love” singalong of music from 1967 and a live painting performance to piano music. Details: Free for San Francisco residents, $8 for adult nonresidents, $6 seniors and youth 12-17, $2 children 5-11 and free for pint-size Paderewskis 4 and under; 415-661-1316, sfbotanicalgarden.org/flowerpiano.— Sue Gilmore, Correspondent.

Ticket cost is $30 for reserved balcony seating; $20 for orchestra open seating; and $15 for students, 12 years and younger, To purchase tickets, go to www.sancarloskiwanis.org or for more information, call 650-740-2433, Open to the public, admission is free to the inspiring event that showcases the visual artistry of the school 1/12 victorian ballet shoes dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style district’s students from grades kindergarten to 12, Hundreds of exhibits in various media including ceramics, painting, pencil and ink, watercolors, photography, sculpture, mixed media, and more will be displayed..

His hope is that “The Act of Killing” will be the first step on a long road toward a public reckoning, with truth commissions, trials, reconciliation rituals and a presidential apology. He quotes Werner Herzog, who with Errol Morris executive-produced “The Act of Killing,” after Herzog finished reading the Tempo magazine edition. “Werner said to me, ‘Josh, art doesn’t make a difference.’ And I felt so sad when he said that,” Oppenheimer recalls. “And then he paused and smiled and said, ‘Until it does.’ “.

Bousel has found a wonderful cast capable of handling Guare’s fast-paced, witty dialogue with ease while creating believable characters, Goldman does double duty as Elizabeth and Flan’s son and Paul’s one-night stand, Ryan Martin’s scenic design, Brooke Jennings’ costumes and especially William Campbell’s lighting add to the 1/12 victorian ballet shoes dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style excellence of this show, “Six Degrees of Separation” continues through June 18 at 533 Sutter Street, in San Francisco, For tickets, call 415-798-2682 or go to www.custommade.org..

Friends of the Menlo Park Library. Storyteller Diane Ferlatte: “Penny for Your Thoughts,” 11 a.m. Feb. 7. With musician Eric Pearson. Intended for an adult and teen audience. Menlo Park City Council Chambers, 701 Laurel St., Menlo Park. Free. 650-330-2501, menlopark.org/library. Bill T Jones in Conversation. 5:30 p.m. Jan. 29. Bing Concert Hall Gunn Atrium, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford University. Free. 650-724-2464 or http://live.stanford.edu. Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. 7:30 p.m. Jan. 30. “Story/Time (2012).” Memorial Auditorium, 551 Serra Mall, Stanford University. $30-$75. 650-724-2464 or http://live.stanford.edu.