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Film Series. The library’s free film series continues with the 2015 documentary, “And When I Die, I Won’t Stay Dead,” a look into the life and work of beat poet and activist Bob Kaufman. Adults only. 5:30 p.m. Aug. 8 Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak St., Alameda. Free. 510-747-7713, www.alamedaca.gov. Stroke Risk Assessment. Alameda Hospital representatives stop by the library for free community stroke risk assessments. Assessments include blood pressure, body mass index, cholesterol, blood glucose and more. Appointments required. 1 to 4 p.m. Aug. 9. Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak St., Alameda. Free. 510-814-4362, 510-747-7713, www.alamedaca.gov.

Principal roles include Catrina Van Bemmel (Clara), Dustin Durham (Nutcracker Prince), Jennifer Novero (Sugar Plum Fairy), Anthony Westlake (Cavalier), Chelsea Freeman (Snow Queen), Rachel LeBrett (Flower Queen), Tickets range from $12 to $18 each depending on seats, For an additional $8, children in the audience can get their pictures taken with a cast member, (You must supply your own camera.) For more information, go to www.brentwoodballet.org, ‘Nutcracker’ play held over at Calisesi ballet shoes lace up Studio Theatre..

The surface repairs are scheduled for completion by mid-October, if weather conditions are favorable, and will be administered in segments to avoid extended street closures. After a public information meeting held Aug. 27, the City’s contractor notified affected residences and businesses about the street closures. The 2014 Scrub & Micro-Surfacing Project will seal common street cracks and add new layers above treated surfaces to increase the service life of streets and reduce major maintenance operations. Each year, the Public Works Department performs digouts, micro-paving and base rock-and asphalt concrete-installations to ensure streets are well maintained in the city.

Monster Ball: Celebrate the season of ghosts, goblins and ghouls featuring dinner, raffles, prizes and more, Come in ballet shoes lace up costume for a night of good spooky fun, Lions Center for the Visually Impaired, 175 Alvarado Ave, Benefits center programs, 5 p.m, Oct, 19, RSVP by Oct, 16, $35, 925-432-3013, Spooktacular: Wear your favorite costume for this family event featuring jumpy houses, balloon art, face painting, trick-or-treating and more, First 180 guests get free movie passes for an 11 a.m, movie; first 250 guests get free pumpkins, 10 a.m.-noon Oct, 26, Century Plaza Shopping Center, Somersville Road at Highway 4, (between Maya Theaters and Burlington Coat Factory) Free, 925-432-7301, www.pittsburgchamber.org..

A highlight of the June 1 performance will be a number from “Harry Potter,” choreographed by Diablo Ballet instructor Erin Leedom. A former principal dancer with Oakland Ballet and Ballet West, Erin trained at the American Ballet Theatre and the Joffrey Ballet in New York as well as the San Francisco Ballet. Both nights’ performances begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10; for more information, call 925-943-5846. Bay Area playwright Bart Schneider and veteran actor Felix Justice collaborate in a tribute to one of America’s greatest 19th century satirists and storywriters.