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What: A boutique and an array of tours, teas and receptions at this historic Campbell home, with 15 rooms decorated for the theme “Glittering and Gold Christmas.”. The home: Constructed in 1925 for fruit-canning pioneer J.C. Ainsley and his family, the Tudor Revival mansion features a distinctive thatched roof in the style of Ainsley’s native England. Extras: Bring your camera to take photos with Santa ($10 per family), 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday. Holiday teas with guided tours, daily Dec. 1-11. Nighttime open houses, Dec. 16 and Dec. 20.

“Peterloo”: Mike Leigh painstakingly re-creates this 1819 massacre when British soldiers descended on government protesters, Leigh is an expert filmmaker no doubt, but “Peterloo” needs an editor, Still, it is a powerful, important part of anger-fueled history and is worth seeing, Screening: 6:30 pink blush watercolor ballet slippers shoes with ribbon counted cross stitch pattern - pdf digital download p.m, March 11 at Hammer Theatr.), “Auggie”: Artificial Intelligence romances are nothing particularly new (“Her” with Joaquin Phoenix and Scarlett Johansson covered the topic quite well), But “Auggie” — receiving a world premiere — does, too, with a sad, somber story about a recently retired man becoming overly enamored with his retirement gift, a charming, stunning AI, Richard Kind (“A Serious Man”) brings acting gravitas to this cautionary peek into the fragileness of the male ego, It’s a strong feature-length debut from actor Matt Kane, and I suspect — given how good this film is — you’ll be hearing more about him in the future, Screenings: 3:50 p.m, March 9 at Hammer Theatre, 6 p.m, March 10, 12:15 p.m, March 12 and 7:20 p.m, March 14 at Century 20..

Brown has exhibited his works in group shows including those at Filoli and other California locations as well as Middlebury, Vermont, and in Germany and Australia. He also has shown his work in one-person exhibits including the “LandScapes/Woodless Woodcuts” show at the Santa Clara County Library, as well as those at Stanford, the Appel Gallery in Sacramento and others. The Saratoga Library is at 13650 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga. Hours are 1 to 9 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays and 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays. Go to www.sccl.org/saratoga or www.mbrownarts.com.

The first place winners of the youth poster contest divisions are, • Grades 2-5, Kailan Mao, 10, Borrego Springs; subject: Sahara mustard, • Grades 6-8, Charin Park, 13, Saratoga; subject: biodiversity conservation, • Grades 9-12, Claire Kepple, 18, Quincy; subject: gold spotted oak borer, These students were among 34 youths from across California pink blush watercolor ballet slippers shoes with ribbon counted cross stitch pattern - pdf digital download who submitted their original artwork, Contest participants were asked to create original posters depicting invasive species that threaten their favorite places and how they can take action to help protect the habitat..

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University. Sculpture from the Fisher Collection, through Oct. 13, 2013. Central Nigeria Unmasked: Arts of the Benue River Valley, through Oct.14. “Not Wanting to Say Anything About Marcel: John Cage Plexigrams,” through Nov. 11. “Guardians: Photographs by Andy Freeberg,” and “Guards on Film: Andy Freeberg and the Cantor Arts Center Security Staff,” through Jan. 6. “When Artists Attack the King: Honoré Daumier and La Caricature, 1830—1835,” through Nov. 11. “Divided Visions: Reportage from the Sino-Japanese Wars,” through Jan. 13. “Ink Performances,” through Jan. 13. “Drawings from Los Angeles in the 1960s and 1970s: The Marmor Collection,” through Feb. 4. A War on Modern Art: The 75th Anniversary of Degenerate Art, through Feb. 24. Christian Marclay’s Video Quartet, Nov. 14 through Feb. 10. 11 a.m.-5p.m. Wednesdays-Sundays; Thursdays till 8 p.m. Stanford campus, off Palm Drive at Museum Way. 650-723-4177 or museum.stanford.edu.