Start your weekend today by trying to get a hole-in-one at Deep Cliff Golf Course. Even if you don't win the fabulous grand prize you'll walk away knowing you supported an organization--Cupertino Rotary Club--that does a lot of good for the community.
Where/When: , 10700 Club House Lane; Qualifying Thursday, Friday; Finals on Saturday
Why Go: The Cupertino Rotary Club is hosting this competition to raise funds for 15 charities. So try your luck at the Hole-in-One Contest and support your favorite charity. The two closest to pin each night qualify for the Saturday final where the grand prize is a $120K Porsche!
Pricing: $5 buys you 3 shots $10 buys you 7 shots; $20 buys you 15 shots
Where/When: ' Lytton Springs Vineyard, 650 Lytton Springs Road, Healdsburg, Saturday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Why Go: Join Ridge Vineyards for this year's spring release celebration at Lytton Springs! Meet the winemaking team, enjoy the scenery and ambiance, and sample the new release wines.
Pricing: Depends what you purchase.
Where/When: , 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Saturday 8 p.m.
Why Go: Enjoy great moments in opera with the Peninsula Symphony. The show includes highlights from Carmen, The Barber of Seville, I Pagliacci, Aida, and Faust. Heidi Moss, soprano, and Eugene Brancoveanu, baritone from the Stanford Symphonic Chorus also perform.
Where/When: De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd. Parking Lot A&B, Sunday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Why Go: It's time for De Anza's annual autocross duel. Register and take a run in your car yourself, or just come and watch others navigate the course. Either way, a good time is guaranteed.
Where/When: , 21275 Stevens Creek Blvd. Sunday, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Why Go: The Queen of The Sun is a documentary that explores what we might be able to learn from the bees. Bluelight provides this description of the movie: an in-depth investigation to discover the causes and solutions behind Colony Collapse Disorder; a phenomenon where honeybees vanish from their hives, never to return. Queen of The Sun follows the voices and visions of underrepresented beekeepers, philosophers, and scientists around the world, all struggling for the survival of the bees.