Tri-Valley calendar: The Special Consensus to play in Pleasanton

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Jan. 19 through March 31

2018 Free Tax Preparation for Danville and San Ramon Residents: AARP Tax Aide and the United Way’s “Earn It, Keep It, Save It” (EKS) program is providing a free tax preparation service provided by volunteer tax preparers trained and certified by the IRS. Several locations in Walnut Creek and Lafayette. Both programs serve taxpayers of any age, and AARP membership is not required for Tax-Aide. EKS service is limited to those with incomes below $54,000, while Tax-Aide does not have an income limit, but helps low- and moderate-income taxpayers of any age, with special attention given to those 50 and older. To complete your tax return, bring the following documents: Social Security card or ITIN letter for all individuals to be listed on the return; photo identification for the taxpayer and spouse; copies of all W-2s, 1098s and 1099s, other income and deductions and your 2016 tax return. For more information, call 925-726-3199.

Jan. 19

Autism/Special Needs Support Group: 10:30 a.m. to noon. St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, 2601 San Ramon Valley Boulevard, Conference Room 2/Family Room, San Ramon. A support group for parents, grandparents and those who have a person with autism/special needs in their lives, meets the fourth Tuesday of each month. For more information email sbwjobs1@mac.com or call 925-487-0332.

Concert: The Special Consensus: 8 p.m., Firehouse Arts Center, 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton. The Special Consensus is a superb four-man acoustic band in the classic vein, but with more than enough modern sensibilities. With spotless vocals and playing as shiny as a newly minted penny, TSC comes at the music with boundless energy and an aesthetic reverence that tickles the ribs, tugs at the heart and puts a restless two-step in boots and bare feet. Tickets are $15 to $25. For more information, visit http://www.firehousearts.org/locations/firehouse-arts-center/ or call 925-931-4848.

Concert: Marc Cohn, 8 p.m., Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center. 2400 First St., Livermore. Join pianist Cohn, a natural storyteller with the precision of a brilliant tunesmith and the passion of a great soul man. Featuring special guests The Blind Boys of Alabama. Tickets are $60 to $110. For more information, visit https://lvpac.org/event/marc-cohn or call 925-373-6800.

Jan. 19-21

Annie Kids: Friday, 7 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m., 2

Source:: East Bay – Entertainment

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