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Events for January 2019

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January 4

13th Annual Bucket Brigade

Time: 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Where: Cloverdale Fire Protection District

Address: 451 S. Cloverdale Blvd Cloverdale, CA 9542

The Bucket Brigade Challenge is a friendly competition among participating fire departments to see which department can host the largest blood drive by enlisting members of the community to donate lifesaving blood during the holiday season. The recent wildfires that devastated multiple North Bay communities, serve as a reminder of the importance of keeping an adequate blood supply – both locally and nationally. Keeping shelves stocked by donating blood is one of many ways community members can come together to support one another. It’s the blood on the shelves today that saves lives tomorrow. All donors receive a one of a kind Bucket Brigade t-shirt!

Contact: Kim Walsh

Phone: 1-707-890-1458

kwalsh@vitalant.org

https://www.bloodheroes.com/index.cfm?group=op&step=2&opid=805787&opidh=5BDB551D4B1EC4CECE75730EF51F

In categories: City Events, Service Organizations

January 18

"Grease" Movie Event

Time: 6:30 to 9:30 pm

Price: $35 per person

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

Address: 209 N Cloverdale Blvd.

This event is for adults only and will include a screening of the classic movie, "Grease" PLUS Cloverdale High School Dancers, a costume contest with prizes. Included with the ticket price are: appetizers, wine, dessert and a photo "op" with "Grease" props. Tickets are Advance Sale only and are available at The Mail Center, Etc., 207-A N. Cloverdale Blvd. All proceeds benefit the Cloverdale Key Club's "SAVE THE RAIN" project.

Contact: Sue Cummins

Phone: 707-894-4470

cummins@sonic.net

In categories: Food, Fundraiser, Performing Arts, School Events, Service Organizations

January 19 - 20

Winter WINEland

Time: 11am - 4pm each day

Price: $5-$45 (+tax & fees)

Where: Northern Sonoma County

Address: Multiple wineries throughout Alexander, Dry Creek, Russian River Valleys

Join us for two glorious days along Wine Road – Northern Sonoma County ~ Annual Winter WINEland. The perfect winter escape…taste current vintages, multiple varietals grown in Sonoma County, and even try a few verticals! A great opportunity to meet winemakers, taste limited production wines, new releases or library wines. All participating wineries will highlight a Vintage, Varietal or Vertical tasting for the weekend. Our details program will be available in mid December. Ticket price will include wine tasting at all of the participating wineries for the weekend. Winemaker Breakfast and Q & A on Saturday January 19th from 9am – 10:30am. Join winemakers for a casual morning of Q & A along with a breakfast before heading out to Winter WINEland. An open forum for guests to meet and chat with winemakers in a casual breakfast setting with Q & A. Winter WINEland does not take place at one location, you travel from winery to winery, visiting the ones you are interested in exploring.

Contact: Laura Stafford

Phone: 7074334335

Laura@wineroad.com

https://www.wineroad.com/events/winter-wineland/

In categories: Wine

January 19

Knights of Columbus Crab Cioppino Feed

Time: 5 to 7 p.m.

Price: $60 per person

Where: Cloverdale Citrus Fair

Address: 1 Citrus Fair Dr, Cloverdale, CA 95425

A decades long tradition! Ticket price includes wine served with dinner. Beer & cocktails available. Tickets available at Cloverdale Auto Parts 707-894-5211

Contact: Neena Hanchett

Phone: 707-894-4470

neena@cloverdalechamber.com

In categories: Fundraiser, Service Organizations

January 26

The Scion - Brian Copeland

Time: 7:30 PM

Price: $40

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

Address: 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425

Following last year’s sold-out performance of “Not a Genuine Black Man,” Brian Copeland returns with another fascinating one-man show. With “The Scion” Copeland tells the true story of fellow San Leandro resident, Stuart Alexander, who murdered three government meat inspectors when they attempted to inspect his Santos Linguisa Factory in June 2000. Using court records, police reports and the testimony of Alexander’s family and friends, Copeland uses the case as a microscope to examine the roles of privilege, government regulation and racial profiling in 21st century America. Copeland’s riveting performance walks the line between comic and tragic as he tells how a lifetime of wealth and privilege created a man who believed he was entitled to murder anyone in his way.

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

www.cloverdaleperformingarts.com

In categories: Performing Arts