The Sactown Weekend Update for Oct. 11-13

Ballet Hispanico 2
Courtesy of the Mondavi Center
Ballet Hispanico, a New York-based Latin dance troupe, takes the stage at the Mondavi Center tonight.

From ballet at the Mondavi Center to comic Dave Attell at Punch Line to a nighttime 5K run in West Sacramento to a farm and barn tour in Placer County and a pair of local film festivals, there is something for everyone this weekend in and around Sacramento.

Ballet Hispanico (Friday)
This performance on Friday by the New York-based Latino modern dance troupe will feature a three-part program, including the duet Sortijas, a new acrobatic piece by Spanish choreographer Cayetano Soto, and Mad’moiselle, a sultry ensemble work set to a mash-up of songs by iconic Mexican singer Chavela Vargas and others like “Maria” from West Side Story and “Ave Maria.” Tickets start at $25. Mondavi Center's Jackson Hall. Mrak Hall Dr. and Old Davis Rd. Davis. 530-754-2787.

Sacramento International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (Friday & Saturday)
Dedicated to featuring films that highlight issues related to the LGBT community, this 22nd annual festival—timed with today’s National Coming Out Day—started yesterday continues at the Crest Theatre on Friday and Saturday. This year’s lineup includes Who's Afraid of Vagina Wolf?, a comedy about a struggling lesbian filmmaker facing a  midlife crisis who finds her muse in her new movie’s female star, and Ink Deep, an animated documentary about Rémy, a transsexual undergoing hormone therapy to make the physical transition from female to male. $40 festival pass ($10 per night). Friday at 7:30 p.m. Saturday 2:30 & 7:30 p.m.  Crest Theatre. 1013 K St. 304-3456.

Dave Attell (Friday through Sunday)
This weekend, the caustic New York-based funnyman—described by The New York Times as “the homely schlemiel with a deadpan zest for booze, porn and self-abuse” and best known for his Comedy Central travelogue show Insomniac with Dave Attell, as well as appearances in the likes of Arrested Development and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart—brings his rapid-fire delivery and sardonic stand-up act to Punch Line. $32.50. Friday and Saturday at 8 and 10 p.m. Sunday at 7 p.m. Punch Line Comedy Club. 2100 Arden Way. 925-5500.

Sacramento Horror Film Festival (Friday through Sunday)
There will be blood, gore and ghouls at this annual festival showing the creepiest films to be found. The lineup will feature seminal throwback films like Sam Raimi’s 1981 cult classic The Evil Dead and the 1987 British zombie flick Hellraiser. The festival will also present The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which will be screened with a “shadow cast” of actors pantomiming the scenes. And look up in between films to see the circus aerialists who will be flying high in the Colonial Theatre. $50 for three-day festival pass ($30 in advance). Events begin at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, at 2 p.m. on Saturday and noon on Sunday. $10-$15 per screening. Colonial Theatre. 3522 Stockton Blvd. 869-8954.

Run To Rave (Saturday)
Run at the speed of glow light this Saturday at this nighttime 5K fun run whose path in and around West Sacramento will be lined with laser lights and feature aerialists, pyrotechnics and a DJed post-race dance party. $55. 6:30 p.m. Raley Field. 400 Ballpark Dr. West Sacramento.

PlacerGrown Farm & Barn Tour (Sunday)
On Sunday, explore the harvest-time bounty and tour the facilities of about 15 of the family-owned farms, wineries and ranches that speckle the fall-colored hills of Placer County at this eighth annual open house. A sample itinerary includes visiting the Colwell Thundering Herd Ranch in Penryn for its decades-old mandarin groves; going wine tasting in Auburn at Fawnridge Winery; and taking in sheep-dog herding demonstrations and purchasing grass fed meats at Penryn’s Sinclair Family Farm. Free. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Locations and phone numbers vary. Placer County.