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Silicon Valley Wanderings

SVWanderings

By Robert Haugh

Saturday, February 3
All You Can Eat Crab Feed
American Legion Post 419, 958 Homestead (at Lafayette)
6 p.m.
www.alpost419ca.org

All you can eat crab feed benefits Veterans Support Programs. Meal includes crab, garlic bread and salad. Additional prize drawings andfull no-host bar. Tickets: $50. Call 408-244-3050 or stop by Post 419.

Sunday, February 4
Big Game Watch Party
Bourbon Steak & Pub, 4900 Marie P. deBartolo Way
2:30 to 9 p.m.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/big-game-bbq-party-tickets-42109719304

For $49, an all-inclusive menu will highlight items from the restaurant’s new Bourbon Steak BBQ Smoker that will be unveiled during the festivities, featuring St. Louis Style Ribs, BBQ Chicken Wings, Spicy Sausage Links, Mac ‘n Cheese, Potato Salad, Potato Chips, Baked Beans and Michael Mina’s Signature assortment of cookies. Cocktails, wine and beer will be available at an additional cost.

Friday, February 9
Comedy of Errors
Illusive Comics & Games, 1270 Franklin Mall
9 p.m.
https://m.facebook.com/events/963346753828677/

This is an oddly romantic idea for an early Valentine’s outing: find the best stand-up comedians you’ve never heard of, and poetry you wish you hadn’t. This event is free and the material is for mature audiences.

Sunday, February 11
Bay Area Doll Club Council Valentine Brunch
Mariani’s Inn & Restaurant, 2500 El Camino Real
11:30 a.m.
https://www.facebook.com/events/564992197225883/

Includes a buffet, raffle, dolls, friends and “My Sweet Valentine!” presented by Danny Shepard and Jeff Doung! Tickets $40.

Through June 16
Jazz Greats: Classic Photographs From the Bank Of America Collection
de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real
https://www.scu.edu/desaisset/exhibitions/jazzgreats/

This exhibition features images comprised of 34 photographs from the 1920s through the 1980s of many well-known performers from the uniquely American art forms of jazz and modern dance as well as the diverse audiences who supported and celebrated these new styles of performance.

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