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Lodi News-Sentinel - - Panorama: Weekender -

1 CATCH LIVE BLUES BY JULIE AND THE JUKES AT DURST WIN­ERY’S WINE DOWN EVENT

Wine Down at Durst Win­ery will fea­ture spe­cial guests Julie and the Jukes on Satur­day. The band joins the ju­bilee to kick off July, along with La Bamba food truck, made-to-or­der gourmet per­sonal piz­zas from Tus­can Sun Pizza Co., and of course Durst Win­ery’s sig­na­ture wines.

Julie and the Jukes, a North­ern Cal­i­for­nia fourpiece combo, plays pure, clas­sic blues from such il­lu­mi­nar­ies as Fred­die King, B.B. King, Muddy Wa­ters and Howlin’ Wolf on gui­tar, pi­ano, bass and drums.

This event will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Satur­day at Durst Win­ery & Es­tate, 10173 Acampo Road, Acampo. Gen­eral ad­mis­sion is $10, and en­try is $5 for Club Amada Mia mem­bers. For more in­for­ma­tion, call Charles Oriel at 530-753-5265 or email cmoriel@uc­davis.edu, or call Danielle at 209-601-1413 or email info@durst­win­ery.com.

2 En­joy Pa­tio Pair­ings at Vi­ag­gio Es­tate & Win­ery

Pa­tio Pair­ings are open to the public ev­ery week­end at Vi­ag­gio, and this week­end will be no ex­cep­tion. The event of­fers Vi­ag­gio’s award-win­ning wines, sen­sa­tional sa­vory bites and beau­ti­ful back­ground mu­sic, all in the re­lax­ing set­ting of a pa­tio.

The event will run all week­end from noon to 4 p.m. at Vi­ag­gio Es­tate & Win­ery, 100 E. Tad­dei Road, Acampo. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 209-368-1378. No out­side food or al­co­hol will be al­lowed.

3 Bokisch Vine­yards of­fers a win­ery tour and tast­ings

This Sun­day is the first in July, mean­ing Bokisch Vine­yards will once again host a one-hour group guided tour and tast­ing at their win­ery and vine­yard. The tour be­gins with a five-minute, non-stren­u­ous walk from the win­ery to the pic­nic area in the shade of a big blue oak tree in the Terra Alta Vine­yard. It will be fol­lowed by a tast­ing of five se­lected wines with Span­ish snacks.

The tour will be held on from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sun­day at Bokisch Vine­yards, 18921 Atkins Road, Lodi. The group tour is lim­ited to 12 peo­ple. Ad­vance tick­ets are avail­able for $15 per per­son at www.bokischvine­yards.com. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 209-334-4338.

4 See a tale as old as time at the Mu­sic Cir­cus

“Beauty and the Beast” is play­ing at the Mu­sic Cir­cus in Sacra­mento for one more week­end. The story fol­lows Belle, an in­ven­tor’s daugh­ter who prom­ises to stay at the Beast’s cas­tle to save her fa­ther’s life. Slowly, she be­gins to see the Beast as more than a mon­ster, and he be­comes more gen­tle the more time he spends with her. But if he can’t win her love by his 21st birth­day, he’s doomed to be the Beast for­ever.

Per­for­mances are at 7:30 p.m. tonight, Fri­day and Satur­day, 2 p.m. Satur­day, and 3 p.m. Sun­day at the Wells Fargo Pav­il­ion, 1419 H St., Sacra­mento. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 916-557-1999 or visit www.cal­i­for­ni­a­mu­si­calthe­atre.com.

5 Clas­si­cal en­ter­tain­ment as Shake­speare comes to Sac

En­joy the works of Shake­speare at Sacra­mento’s Land Park through­out the sum­mer months.

“The Com­edy of Er­rors” be­gins Fri­day, telling the story of two sets of iden­ti­cal twins who were sep­a­rated at birth. When the sep­a­rated pairs are re­united by chance, cases of mis­taken iden­tity and shenani­gans abound. The play will be joined by “All’s Well that Ends Well” next week. Both plays run un­til the end of July.

The Shake­spearean fun kicks off at the Wil­liam A. Car­roll Am­phithe­atre, 3800 S. Land Park Drive. Tick­ets are $15 to $18. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.face­book.com/sacra­men­toshake­speare.

JOE BUR­BANK/OR­LANDO SEN­TINEL

The Mu­sic Cir­cus brings the mag­i­cal Dis­ney tale “Beauty and the Beast” to life in Sacra­mento this week­end. The mu­si­cal, which first ap­peared on Broad­way, is adapted from the an­i­mated Dis­ney fea­ture film.

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