Saturday, Oct. 5
The Oshman Family Jewish Community Center will host "What's Going On," a Motown Gala Fundraiser from 7 to 11 p.m. This event will feature a live music, food and wine provided by some of Palo Alto's top restaurants including Joya and La Strada. The event will feature a performance from Motown band "Top Shelf"
This event will also feature a complimentary photo booth, door prizes, and a “supreme” silent auction. All proceeds support the essential community programs and services at Deborah’s Palm. Tickets are on sale now. Follow this link to purchase: http://deborahspalm.eventbrite.com/.
Stanford plays host to Washington at 7:30 p.m. in a Pacific-12 Conference game with potential national championship implications.
The Cardinal is ranked No. 5 in the nation and the Huskies 15th. Both teams are 4-0.
Stanford is coming off a resounding 55-17 conference win against Washington State. Washington made easy work of Arizona last week in a 31-13 win.
The game will be televised nationally on ESPN.
Sunday, Oct. 6
The St. Ann Choir will commemorate its 50th anniversary with a singing of William Byrd's Mass for Four Voices at St. Thomas Aquinas Church at noon.
The St. Ann Choir began singing the music for the traditional cycle of the Church year at Sunday Masses in 1963, before radical changes to Roman Catholic liturgy and music occurred after the Second Vatican Council.
The choir has since 1963 performed Gregorian chant and polyphony in weekly liturgies in diocesan churches—even while traditional liturgical music was out of favor in the Church for most of those years.