More information: atheatrenearu.org. The school hosts a wide range of classes, camps and workshops for varying ages. Upcoming shows: The school and city of Mountain View host free “theater in the park” performances Fridays through the summer at Pioneer Park, Mountain View; other productions include “”Guys and Dolls Jr.,” July 12-15, and “Peter and the Starcatcher,” July 19-22, at Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts. More information: pytnet.org. The East Bay school offers classes in acting and technical production for students ages 7 through college age.
Neologian Art Gallery, “Wonderous.” Charity art show, 7-10 p.m, Jan, 31, Featuring works by Terrance Gamble, Christina Wilson, Erica Atreya, Kat Bergman, Jessie LeJeune Cherven, Fleur Spolidor, Jesse Flora, Richard Robles, Robin Apple, Brandi Grogan, Jeane Gadol, Terri W, Moore and Stuart Givot, Music by DJ Neshamah, Neologian Art Gallery, 1027 S, Claremont St., San Mateo, $10, Pacific Art League, PAL Members’ Exhibition, juror JoAnn Edwards, executive director of the Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco; and Jon Haag & Brian Sal Corral, collaborative exhibition of drawings and paintings, Through Jan, 29, Pacific sterling silver ballet slipper shoe pendant on sterling silver chain. Art League, 668 Ramona St., Palo Alto, Free..
FOOD FOR FINES. Have an overdue book or DVD from the library? Now’s your chance to clear your fines and help others by donating food to those in need during the month of December in the San Mateo County Library “Food for Fines” program. Customers can take any amount of nonperishable boxed or canned food to any branch of the San Mateo County Library (including Pacifica), Daly City Library, Redwood City Library, and San Mateo Public Library during business hours, and library fines and fees will be waived. All collected food is donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Each year, Second Harvest distributes more than 45.5 million pounds of nutritious food to low-income people (mainly children and seniors) in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.
Adults are $10, students and seniors $8, children 10 and younger $5, The production is rated PG-13 and may not be suited for young children, For information and tickets, call 925-216-4613 or go to www.srctgrp.org, ‘Odd Couple’ set in Pittsburg, PITTSBURG — The Pittsburg Community Theatre presents “The Odd Couple” at 8 p.m, Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m, Saturday and Sunday, at the theater, 351 Railroad Ave, Admission is $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and students 12 and older, $10 sterling silver ballet slipper shoe pendant on sterling silver chain. for children 2 to 11, Tickets can be purchased online at www.pittsburgcommunitytheatre.org, at the theater or by calling 925-427-1611..
Paintings, sculpture at Moraga Art Gallery show. Moraga Art Gallery’s new show, “Capturing Moments of Motion,” features paintings by Josie Osolin and figurative ceramic sculpture by Fred Yokel. There will also be works by the gallery’s 15 member artists and guest artists in the exhibit that runs through June 4. The gallery is in the Rheem Shopping Center, 522 Center St., in Moraga. Hours are noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday. For more information, call 925-376-5407 or visit www.moragaartgallery.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.