Scott Capurro’s comedy is a fearless assault on his audience and the world. Challenging everything, he turns the idea of political correctness inside out and upside down. You'll laugh and cringe as he upsets everyone with his acid tongue and razor sharp observations. Politics, racism, sexuality and his mother – not even she is spared from his barbed tongue in what has to be the most blisteringly funny comedy set seen in years. This show is adult comedy and for patrons 18 years and up.
If you go: Tickets are $15-$18 and can be bought by clicking here. The show starts at 8 p.m. at the , 142 Throckmorton Avenue.
If you love great songs and rock n' roll music, you can't possibly help but be a fan of Tom Petty's musical catalog. If so, then you will love Petty Theft, comprised of six professional Bay Area musicians that have come together to pay tribute to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Petty Theft delivers Petty's songs true to the originals and in the spirit of his legendary bands live shows, performing everything from his revered classics to his most current hits.
If you go: Creekside Friday is free and swinging between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m at Tennessee Valley Cabin, 60 Tennessee Valley Road. Ride your bike or park at (203 Marin Ave.) or . No outside alcohol is allowed. A variety of barbecue specials, including burgers and veggie burgers, are available for sale along with wine, beer and sodas.
Mill Valley Parks & Recreation and the Mill Valley Seniors' Club’s 7th annual Flea Market is today so get ready to bring home treasures and collectibles at bargain prices. Additionally, the Mill Valley Seniors' Club will sell a variety of foods, drinks, snacks and delicious homemade take-home goodies.
If you go: The flea market is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the , 180 Camino Alto in Mill Valley.
The monthly sale has more than 18,000 gently used items including a large collection of CDs, DVDs, VHS videos and audio books. Stop by and see their expansive collection of classical CDs. The books indoors are individually priced and include fiction in hard cover, soft cover and "trade" soft cover with thousands of gently used books in all genres. Outdoors there are hundreds of books priced at $.25 for paperbacks and $.50 for hard covers. Time to replenish your summer reading!
If you go: The sale is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the , 375 Throckmorton Avenue.
The holds its annual observance of Obon with a special service at 2 p.m. Following the service, everyone is invited to participate in Odori and otoki--traditional Japanese dancing and a potluck lunch.
If you go: The service begins at 2 p.m. and the temple is at 390 Miller Avenue. The service, dance and potluck are open to the public.
Sunday: USA vs Japan
The FIFA Women's Soccer World Cup has been on the go since June 26 and now the big moment is here with the game of all games; USA vs. Japan. Come watch this thrilling final on the big screen. Admission includes popcorn, pizza or hot dog, soft drink, and dessert. Beer, wine, slushies & ice cream will also available for purchase. Go Hope Solo!
If you go: Tickets are $15 General, $10 Students (12 and under). Advance tickets are recommended, by calling 415-924-5111. The game starts at 11:45 a.m. at Lark Theater, 549 Magnolia Avenue in Larkspur.
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