Events for October 13, 2018
Time: 7 am to 4 pm
Price: Adults $85, students $40
Where: Historic Asti Winery
Address: Asti, CA
Choose a 25k, 50 k, 100k or a century in one of the most beautiful regions of northern California. Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cloverdale, the ride route features uncrowded routes through rural wine country valleys, the Russian River and Lake Sonoma. To register, visit the Asti Tour de Vine website. Lodging facilities and vacation rental information is available there. A bountiful lunch is served after the ride and each ride features rest and rengeneration stops staffed by local organizations, one of the most popular features of the Asti Tour de Vine, according to past participants!
Contact: Lyn Hoyer
Time: 7PM to 9:30PM
Where: Cloverdale Arts Alliance
Address: 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd
Featuring an all-star lineup of local musicians, The Blues Session brings the best in local live performance to Cloverdale, delivering two solid hours of popular and classic songs from a wide spectrum of blues influenced American music, including funk, jazz, swing and more. The Blues Session features cooking house band, The Blue Lights. In addition, each show will feature other top local musicians bringing their best performance. Whether you are a musician, fan, like to dance, or just appreciate good music, The Blues Session will bring a fun lively music experience for all! Attention Musicians: sign-ups will be posted at Cloverdalemusicworkshop.com, along with an optional song list of popular and classic tunes to pick from. Please sign up in advance of the next performance or contact facilitator David Garland firstname.lastname@example.org. Musicians can also sign up for the second set at the door.
In categories: Music
October 5 - 14
(Friday 7:30 pm, Saturday 7:30 PM, Sunday 2 PM)
Time: Fri/Sat @ 7:30pm, Sunday @ 2pm
Price: students $12, Adults $25
Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center
Address: 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale CA 95425
DURANG/DURANG - A Night of One Acts by Christopher Durang Medea, a spoof on the Greek tragedy Medea; For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls, a send-up of The Glass Menagerie; The Actor’s Nightmare, based on his own really bad dreams! Generously sponsored by David McChesney Directed by Sandy Ziviani Dates: October 5,6,7,12,13,14 Prolific and award-winning American author Christopher Durang’s best-known one-act comedies! For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls a hilarious parody of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie which was last seen on our stage in 2011; Medea, Durang’s wonderful spoof of the Greek tragedy of the same name; and based on Durang’s personal experience, The Actor’s Nightmare, a look into nightmares common to actors and performers in which they cannot remember their lines, cannot find their scripts, and when they do, the script is gibberish to them! Suggested audience high school and older. Students $12 Adults $22 Pay-what-you-can preview on October 4 at 7:30 pm.
Contact: Linda Freeth
In categories: Performing Arts