Spring Cocktail Class: Join executive chef Ross Hanson and bar manager Amy Dansker to learn how to create four seasonal spring cocktails. Hands-on class, must be 21 years of age, advance reservations required. Includes a meal. May 20, 3-7 p.m. Restaurant James Randall, 303 N. Santa Cruz Ave., Los Gatos. $125. 408-395-4441, www.restau rantjamesrandall.com. The Aftermath of Executive Order 9066: The Saratoga Historical Foundation presents a free lecture about Executive Order 9066, which was signed by then President F. D. Roosevelt and resulted in some 120,000 persons of Japanese ancestry, two-thirds of whom were native born citizens, being incarcerated in the War Relocation Authority Internment Camps. Joe Yasutake and Art and Aki Okuno will talk about their memories. May 21, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Immanuel Lutheran Church of Saratoga, 14103 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga. Free. 408-867-4311, www.saratogahistory.com.
If only “Into the Badlands” devoted as much creative vision and verve to its plot, The new series brings together a dozen 13-to-17-year-old contestants who attempt to create distinctive couture in the hopes of winning $25,000 to launch their lavender purple glitter ballet flats line and a feature profile in “Seventeen” magazine, Heidi Klum is not part of the junior edition, but “Project Runway” veteran Tim Gunn is a co-host with supermodel Hannah Davis, One of the contestants is a 16-year-old Berkeley resident named Zachary..
This year, the museum expected as many as 5,000 visitors for its Three Kings celebration, which continues Sunday. It’s typically the busiest weekend of the year. The Children’s Discovery Museum also launched a similar initiative in an attempt to draw more Vietnamese families through its doors, and in 2018, its outreach will focus on families with special needs children. Museum visitors Saturday got a chance to experience a variety of festive Three Kings-themed crafts, such as making “flores de papel” — or paper flowers — out of tissue paper and pipe cleaners, crafting crowns out of paper, feathers and markers, or snipping squares of colorful tissue paper into “papel picado” designs similar to those of the folded snowflakes children make in school. They also sampled rosca de reyes, the traditional sweet bread served during the holiday, and watched music and dance performances by groups such as Sammy’s Animation Dance Community in Hollister.
More than 1,000 artists have participated in Montalvo’s artist residency program since 1939, It’s the oldest artist residency west of the Mississippi, The year’s “75/10” events honor that landmark as well as the 10th anniversary of the Sally and Don Lucas Artists Program lavender purple glitter ballet flats at the historic, wooded estate, built in 1912 by Sen, James Phelan, The evening will feature music and dance throughout the grounds, including performances by composer Pamela Z, and hip-hop musician Dahlak Brathwaite, Also featured are installations by the late sculptor Stephen De Staebler and the late artist Susan O’Malley..
Don Williams, 78. An award-winning country singer with love ballads like “I Believe in You.” Sept. 8. Peter Hall, 86. A visionary theater director and impresario who founded the Royal Shakespeare Company and helped build Britain’s National Theatre into a producing powerhouse. Sept. 11. J.P. Donleavy, 91. An incorrigible Irish-American author and playwright whose ribald debut novel “The Ginger Man” met scorn, censorship and eventually celebration as a groundbreaking classic. Sept. 11.