By Berenice Cisneros
**The Boys Next Door” plays October 10 November 16 at Lamb’s Players Theatre. These boys are the most unique bunch of neighbors you could ask for golf pro, expert on Russian, donut king, exterminator, but Tom Griffin’s funny, heartwarming story of an extraordinary group of developmentally disabled men living in a most unusual group home is one of Lamb’s Players Theatre’s biggest hits ever. Tickets are $20 - $40 and are available by calling 437-0600 or online at lambsplayers.org.
**The sea is full of natural sounds-cracking icebergs, rumbling earthquakes whistling dolphins and more. Sounds of the Sea, a 2,000 square foot exhibition will be on display at the Birch Aquarium located at 2300 Expedition Way in La Jolla, July 18 Jan 5, 2004. Through hands-on stations guests will learn all about underwater sounds, from the effect human sounds have on the ocean world to how marine animals use sounds to search for mates, find food, and navigate their way through the depths of the sea.
**Two classical guitar concerts will be presented in Chula Vista in November 7, Maestro Martin Madrigal from Mexico will be featured. On November 14, Maestro David Mozqueda, also from Mexico will perform. Both concerts will begin at 7 p.m. and are hosted by the South Chula Vista Branch Library Located at 389 Orange Ave. For more information call 585-5755.
**The Friends of Lincoln Acres Library are holding a Book Sale and Bake Sale on Sat. November 8th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The sale will include used children’s books, cook books, how-to-books and home-bake pastries, all to benefit the New Book Fund. Library is located at 2725 Granger Avenue in National City. Call 475-9880 for further information.
** “Lost Boys of Sudan,” a documentary about Sud-anese refugees living in the US. will be screened November 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the Central Library. This is the first event in the Library’s “Stories of Faith” series, and the goal of the project is to enable participants and the general public to learn more about each other’s beliefs and values. The Central Library is located at 820 E St. in downtown San Diego.
** The foot-stomping music of Louisiana’s dance clubs will be presented by the Bayou Brothers on Nov. 12 at the Chula Vista Civic Center Library. T This free program is in the library auditorium, located at 365 F St.
**The Pirates of Penzance opens on Friday, Nov. 14th, at the Casa del Prado Theatre in Balboa Park with remaining performances on Nov. 15, 16, 20-23. Tickets are $17 to $27 and are available by calling 239-8836.