Renters will soon learn that one of Sunnyvale's most prized traditions is Evenings of the Cultural Arts, which takes place at the Sunnyvale Theatre once a month. The evening features an artist or band that not only performs their specific genre, but offers the audience demonstrations of traditional instruments, and basics on how to perform that style of music. Those in nearby homes will have the option of hearing an a cappella group, a bluegrass artist, a big band and even a guitarist that plays the score for a silent film screening in the background. Renters who enjoy theatrical productions will have plenty to take advantage of at the Sunnyvale Theatre, where a group of community actors performs classic productions like Annie and Cabaret.
Downtown Sunnyvale is also a popular destination for local renters. There are a variety of retail shops and dining options up and down Murphy Avenue. At Coconut Hill Indian Marketplace, chefs can shop for traditional Indian ingredients and prepared meals like fish curry or carrot pickles. Home renters can also find affordable designer dresses at the Isabella Boutique, or pick up some beach reads at Leigh's Favorite Books. San Francisco Bay is, after all, just a short drive away.
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