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Events for July 21, 2019

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July 20 - 21

Civil War Days

Time: Sat. 9 am to 5 pm, Sun. 9 am to 3 pm

Price: Adults $12, kids 6-12 $6

Where: Duncans Mills

Address: Freezeout Road

Step back in time to 1863 and enjoy a fun, family-oriented experience in the charming town of Duncans Mills. This annual, two-day living history experience is one of the largest Civil War reenactments west of the Mississippi and the largest in Northern California. The American Civil War is brought to life by hundreds of dedicated reenactors portraying Union and Confederate soldiers, horse-drawn artillery, mounted cavalry, merchants, musicians, and civilians. Between battles, visit the encampments and see Civil War-era equipment. Interact with these “living historians”—learn what they believed in and why they risked their lives for these beliefs. It is an understanding you cannot get from reading a book or watching a DVD! A thrilling educational experience that will delight people of all ages. Twice-daily battles: 1:00 pm. & 4:00 pm on Saturday, and 11:00 am & 2:00 pm on Sunday—new each year!. Great event video at: https://youtu.be/2TAbs_fukAU

Contact: Margie Wilson

Phone: 707-829-2316



In categories: Fundraiser

July 13 - 28
(Saturday and Sunday)

The 39 Steps

Time: Saturday @ 7:30 PM, Sunday @ 2 PM

Price: Students $12, Adults $25

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

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

Adapted by Patrick Barlow From the Novel by John Buchan From the Movie by Alfred Hitchcock Licensed by ITV Global Entertainment Limited An original concept by Nobby Dimon and Simon Corble ? An ordinary man seeking relief from boredom decides to go to the theater, but he gets more than a play! He is catapulted into an extraordinary adventure after meeting a woman who claims to be a spy. She pulls him into a murder, a train chase and a plane crash, plus a nationwide man-hunt—and those are only some of the riotous happenings in this laugh-out-loud farce! A great comedy for everyone but a must-see for Hitchcock fans. ? Suggested audience high school and older--mild adult themes and strong language. Students $12 Adults $25 ? Produced by Cloverdale Performing Arts Center ? Directed by Yavé Guzman ? Generously sponsored by Reuser Industrial Park

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019



In categories: Performing Arts