Before we get into the smaller stuff, three big events are taking over Monterey County today through Sunday. Gourmands from near and far have flocked to the Pebble Beach Food and Wine Festival. Meanwhile, avid cyclists from around the nation have flocked to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for the Sea Otter Classic. Gardening and botanical enthusiasts, meanwhile, are heading to Pacific Grove for the Pacific Grove Wildflower Show. Tickets for all three are still available. Not interested in swanky food, too tired for cycling and allergic to flowers? There's still plenty going on to keep you busy. Friday The Terrace Grill at the La Playa Hotel in Carmel hosts the Kenwood Winemaker Dinner tonight. $85; call 831-624-6476, ext. 488 to reserve. Pac Rep's production of Man of La Mancha at the Circle Theatre in Carmel continues its run. 7:30pm; tickets are $28 for seniors; $20 for students, teachers and military with ID: $7 for children and $38 for the rest of us. Return to the '80s with the Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular at the Sunset Center tonight at 8pm. Tickets are $25 and $35; call 620-2048 to reserve. Saturday Celebrate Earth Day at Locke-Paddon Park in Marina. Help with planting and restoring benches while enjoying food, arts and live music. Free. Dream the impossible dream with Man of La Mancha at the Circle Theatre in Carmel. 2pm and 7:30pm; tickets are $28 for seniors; $20 for students, teachers and military with ID: $7 for children and $38 for the rest of us. The Monterey Symphony breaks out Paganini's Violin Concerto No.1 in D major, Tchaikovsky's Capriccio italien and several more works at Sherwood Hall in Salinas at 3 ($12 in advance, $15 at the door) and 8pm ($39, $29, $19). The Kenwood Wine Reception takes place at the Terrace Grill at the La Playa Hotel in Carmel. $40 includes appetizers and wine; call 831-624-6476, ext. 488 to reserve. Sunday Taste wines straight from the barrel at Chateau Julien's Vintage Affair. Library wines will also be available for tasting. 11am-4pm. $15. Don Quixote and Sancho Panza take to the stage again in Man of La Mancha at the Circle Theatre in Carmel. 2pm; tickets are $28 for seniors; $20 for students, teachers and military with ID: $7 for children and $38 for the rest of us. The Monterey Symphony moves to the Sunset Theatre in Carmel to perform works by Paganini, Tchaikovsky, Martucci, and more. 3pm; tickets are $69, $62, $55, $48, $35. As always, there's way, way (way!) more going on this weekend than we can list. Check the Monterey County Weekly's online calendar for even more weekend activities.