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The Weekender: A Night of Flamenco

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Dominican Chorus Sings Vivaldi and Lauridsen

When: Friday, Nov. 16

Where: St. Raphael Parish, 1100 5th Ave.

Time: 8 p.m.

Cost: $15

The Department of Music, Dance and Performing Arts presents Dominican University Winifred Baker Chorale and the Orchestra of St. Catherine with Craig Singleton, conductor performing Morten Lauridsen's Lux Aeterna and Antonio Vivaldi's Magnificat. Also, Natalie Parker on clarinet and Joe Bloom on piano, perform Robert Schumann's Three Fantasy Pieces for Clarinet & Piano.

Una Noche Flamenca (A Night of Flamenco)

When: Saturday, Nov. 17

Where: 775 Miller Creek Rd

Time: 7 p.m.

Cost: $30

Due to popular demand, Marinwood's Una Noche Flamenca is back this fall. Una Noche Flamenca takes you to the heart and soul of southern Spain.  

This Spanish-themed evening features Spanish cuisine and a performance by local flamenco group, Aguilar Flamenco.  

This year Aguilar Flamenco is pleased to be joined by the talented dancer Cristina Hall. Hall resides in Seville, Spain and in June 2012 was awarded second prize in the prestigious Tablao Las Caroneras. She also recently performed in the Ciutat Flamenco Festival in Barcelona. 

Digital Ciggz "Grand Opening Party"

When: Saturday, Nov. 17

Where: 1560 4th St., Suite C

Time: 7 p.m.

Cost: Free

Digital Ciggz " The Electronic Cigarette Super Store" is having its grand opening to the public. The retail store specializes in many brands and models of electronic cigarettes and accessories.

There will be free refreshments, raffles, free give always, free sampling, festive music, electronic cigarette Q&A by the staff, and a blanket discount of 15 percent off on all items in the store.

Royal Drummers & Dancers of Burundi

When: Sunday, Nov. 18

Where: Marin Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium, 10 Avenue of the Flags

Time: 3 p.m.

 Cost: $20

The ultimate African drum and dance experience, the Royal Drummers and Dancers of Burundi channel the energy and creative spirit of a nation through a magnificent display of percussion, rituals and East African dance. Considered one of the most gifted and celebrated percussion ensembles in the world, the Royal Drummers and Dancers of Burundi make an appearance at the Marin Center on Nov. 18 in a virtuosic performance that will thrill audiences of all ages.

Looking for more to do this weekend? Check out all the events listed for the weekend on our calendar.

Do you have an event going that is not in our calendar? Well, our calendar is open for everyone to post your own events and have them go live on the site right away.

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