• Tour F: Harley Farms Goat Dair, Oku Roses, and Johnston House and Giusti Farms. You drive yourself to each location in your package. Tours are prepackaged so no time substitutes allowed. Some tour packages can accommodate buses and all are rated for walking conditions. All attendees must have a ticket in advance. Limited tickets available so reserve promptly. For questions and reservations, call the Half Moon Bay Chamber at 650-726-8380, ext. 100, or go to www.hmbchamber.com. After the Tour des Fleurs, the public is invited to join the Coastside farmers and chefs in rustic glamour at the Farm to Table Dinner, which will begin at 6 p.m. in the fields of Farmer John’s Home Farm in Half Moon Bay.
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5 PACO PENA: Flamenco music and dance has been steadily evolving in recent years as it has mushroomed in popularity, but Oct. 29 at Livermore’s Bankhead Theater you can catch one of the genre’s more revered traditionalists. And the 73-year-old guitarist and composer Paco Pena can reportedly still blow a crowd away with his mesmerizing riffs. Details: 7:30 p.m.; $16-$69; 925-373-6800, www.mylvpac.com. 6 W. KAMAU BELL: The wonderful Bay Area comedian and political observer might have lost his criminally underappreciated FX talk show “Totally Biased,” but he’s back on TV, hosting the travel/commentary show “The United Shades of America.” You can catch him live Oct. 29 at Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage, in a show presented by Berkeley radio station KALW-FM 94.1.
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Dad blogger Mike Heenan of San Mateo, who authors At Home Dad Matters, appreciates how the Rockers are bringing one of the world’s most popular musical genres to kids — and making it educational: “Their unprecedented ability to stay true to their conscious hip-hop roots while innovating musically with rock-fusion … makes their live show a sight to behold for young and old,” Heenan wrote. Parents who brought their kids to the show at the library were equally spellbound. “I really love it,” says Paola Acosta, who was dancing along with her daughter, Xochitl, 9, and the other children.
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