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March 5

THE Jazz Club presented by CAA

Time: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Doors open at 7 pm

Price: $15-members, $20 non-mem

Where: Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery

Address: 204 N Cloverdale Blvd

THE Jazz Club presents Sabor De Mi Cuba Born & raised in Cuba, Carlitos Medrano came to the US after having trained with one of Cuba's most famous congueros, Jose Luis "Changuito" Quintana. After participating in various musical groups, Carlitos started his own project with local Bay Area musicians. The fundamental characteristics of his current project are the fusions of Afro-Cuban roots influenced by world music. To receive reserved seating privileges, purchase advance tickets online at www.cloverdaleartsalliance.org Tickets are also availableat the door.

Contact: Mark Tharrington

Phone: 707-894-8500

mark@cloverdaleartsalliance.org

www.cloverdaleartsalliance.org

In categories: Music

March 6 - 8

43rd Annual Barrel Tasting First Weekend

Time: 11 am to 4 pm daily

Price: Tickets On Sale Now Ticke

Where: 80+ participating wineries in the Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian Riv

Address: Sonoma County

The “Must Do” Event in California’s Wine Country Discover this time-honored tradition in Sonoma County. Learn directly from Winemakers how they work with the wines after harvest, before the wine is bottled. Be the first to taste limited production wines, and take the opportunity to purchase futures for your own cellar. Members of the Wine Road would like to welcome you to our wineries and lodgings for an exciting weekend of wine tasting. This is your chance to sample wines from the barrel, talk to winemakers and explore the beautiful Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River Valleys.

Contact: Debbie Osborn

Phone: 707-433-4335

debbie@wineroad.com

https://www.wineroad.com/events/barrel-tasting-weekends/?section=buy

In categories: Wine

March 7 - 22
(Saturday March 7, 14, 21 at 7:30pm and Sunday Marc)

Talley's Folly

Time: 7:30PM Saturdays / 2 PM Sundays

Price: Students $12, Adults $25

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

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

Talley’s Folly is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. This one-act, two-character play was winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Drama Critics Circle Award in 1980. A romantic drama which takes place in a broken down boathouse in Lebanon, Missouri in 1944, this is an unlikely meeting between two people--a pretty, but as yet unmarried Protestant lady and a persuasive and charming 40-ish Jewish accountant from St. Louis who is determined to woo and win her. The two characters reveal secrets which reflect their changing world and their unconventional attraction to one another. This play has been described by The New York Times as a “’valentine to a classic romantic ideal: two lost souls finding in each other a respite for loneliness.’” A poignant tale Talley’s Folly is full of humor, need and in the end, the humanizing power of love.

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

www.cloverdaleperformingarts.com

In categories: Performing Arts

March 7

43rd Cloverdale Old-Time Fiddle Festival

Time: 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 8 a.m.

Price: $20 General-see text

Where: Cloverdale Citrus Fair

Address: 1 Citrus Fair Drive

Presented by the California State Old-Time Fiddlers' Association-District 10, this event is being held to help perpetuate the fiddling culture, preserve old tunes and acknowledge present day fiddlers who continue the tradition. There will be Fiddle Contest Divisions, Exhibits, Jamming, Crafts & Food with a BARN DANCE following! (All dances will be taught. No experience is needed.) Ticket prices: $20 Gen., $10 ages 6-12; $15 Seniors; Children under 6-Free

Contact: Judith Jones

Phone: 707-337-3940

jcjo555@yahoo.com

In categories: Music

March 8

Talleu's Folly

Time: 2PM

Price: Adults $25, Students $12

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

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

Talley’s Folly is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. This one-act, two-character play was winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Drama Critics Circle Award in 1980. A romantic drama which takes place in a broken down boathouse in Lebanon, Missouri in 1944, this is an unlikely meeting between two people--a pretty, but as yet unmarried Protestant lady and a persuasive and charming 40-ish Jewish accountant from St. Louis who is determined to woo and win her. The two characters reveal secrets which reflect their changing world and their unconventional attraction to one another. This play has been described by The New York Times as a “’valentine to a classic romantic ideal: two lost souls finding in each other a respite for loneliness.’” A poignant tale Talley’s Folly is full of humor, need and in the end, the humanizing power of love.

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

In categories: Performing Arts

March 13 - 15

43rd Annual Barrel Tasting Second Weekend

Time: 11 am to 4 pm daily

Price: Tickets On Sale Now Ticke

Where: 80+ participating wineries in the Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian Riv

Address: Sonoma County

The “Must Do” Event in California’s Wine Country Discover this time-honored tradition in Sonoma County. Learn directly from Winemakers how they work with the wines after harvest, before the wine is bottled. Be the first to taste limited production wines, and take the opportunity to purchase futures for your own cellar. Members of the Wine Road would like to welcome you to our wineries and lodgings for an exciting weekend of wine tasting. This is your chance to sample wines from the barrel, talk to winemakers and explore the beautiful Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River Valleys.

Contact: Debbie Osborn

Phone: 7079212893

debbie@wineroad.com

https://www.wineroad.com/events/barrel-tasting-weekends/?section=buy

In categories: Wine

March 14

Talley's Folly

Time: 7:30 PM

Price: Adults $25, Students $12

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

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

Talley’s Folly is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. This one-act, two-character play was winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Drama Critics Circle Award in 1980. A romantic drama which takes place in a broken down boathouse in Lebanon, Missouri in 1944, this is an unlikely meeting between two people--a pretty, but as yet unmarried Protestant lady and a persuasive and charming 40-ish Jewish accountant from St. Louis who is determined to woo and win her. The two characters reveal secrets which reflect their changing world and their unconventional attraction to one another. This play has been described by The New York Times as a “’valentine to a classic romantic ideal: two lost souls finding in each other a respite for loneliness.’” A poignant tale Talley’s Folly is full of humor, need and in the end, the humanizing power of love.

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

In categories: Performing Arts

March 15

Talley's Folley

Time: 2 PM

Price: Adults $25, Students $12

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

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

Talley’s Folly is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. This one-act, two-character play was winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Drama Critics Circle Award in 1980. A romantic drama which takes place in a broken down boathouse in Lebanon, Missouri in 1944, this is an unlikely meeting between two people--a pretty, but as yet unmarried Protestant lady and a persuasive and charming 40-ish Jewish accountant from St. Louis who is determined to woo and win her. The two characters reveal secrets which reflect their changing world and their unconventional attraction to one another. This play has been described by The New York Times as a “’valentine to a classic romantic ideal: two lost souls finding in each other a respite for loneliness.’” A poignant tale Talley’s Folly is full of humor, need and in the end, the humanizing power of love.

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

In categories: Performing Arts

March 17 - May 21
(Every Tuesday morning for 6 weeks)

Civilization and Climate Change

Time: 10:00 to 11:45 AM

Price: $95 for course

Where: The Raven Theatre

Address: 115 North Street, Healdsburg

Throughout history, climate change has impacted the emergence and longevity of various civilizations in both positive and negative ways. Given the recent fires in Australia and the continuing impact of wild fires on our local community, evidence of climate chaos can overwhelm an informed global citizen and lead to a sense of hopelessness. However, studying climate change in its historical and contemporary context can also help to create a path back from the abyss. This course will provide participants with the most recent evidence of the climate crisis as well as weekly insights and examples conveying hope about our collective future. The series will be taught by Tyra Benoit

Contact: Mary Fitzgerald

Phone: 6503460990

MMilfeit@yahoo.com

healdsburg-ca.aauw.net

In categories: Art

March 17 - May 21
(Every Tuesday morning for 6 weeks)

Civilization and Climate Change

Time: 10:00 to 11:45 AM

Price: $95 for course

Where: The Raven Theatre

Address: 115 North Street, Healdsburg

Throughout history, climate change has impacted the emergence and longevity of various civilizations in both positive and negative ways. Given the recent fires in Australia and the continuing impact of wild fires on our local community, evidence of climate chaos can overwhelm an informed global citizen and lead to a sense of hopelessness. However, studying climate change in its historical and contemporary context can also help to create a path back from the abyss. This course will provide participants with the most recent evidence of the climate crisis as well as weekly insights and examples conveying hope about our collective future. The series will be taught by Tyra Benoit

Contact: Mary Fitzgerald

Phone: 6503460990

MMilfeit@yahoo.com

healdsburg-ca.aauw.net

In categories: Art

March 19 - April 23
(Every Thursday morning)

Great Voices: An indept look at 6 iconic Rock and R&B Singers

Time: 10:00 to 11:45 AM

Price: $95 for course

Where: The Raven Theatre

Address: 115 North Street, Healdsburg

Throughout the rich, long arc of popular music there has always existed the great singer, the individual who elevates the great song to another dimension, a place where, as listeners, we are thrilled and inspired for the rest of our lives when we hear their work. This course will cover the lives and careers of six legendary rock and R&B singers from the period 1955-75, six singers whose work has embodied American roots music. Although all of them are also known as songwriters and performers, they made their mark as vocalists, who could rock our socks off one minute, while with the next breath cajole the sweetest melodies from the material they so passionately tackled. The course will do this through several media. The instructor will play piano, guitar and sing, and will choose appropriate examples from each genre to perform in class. The class will be presented by Peter Elman

Contact: Mary Fitzgerald

Phone: 6503460990

MMilfeit@yahoo.com

healdsburg-ca.aauw.net

In categories: Music

March 21

Talley's Folly

Time: 7:30 PM

Price: Adults $25, Students $12

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

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

Talley’s Folly is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. This one-act, two-character play was winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Drama Critics Circle Award in 1980. A romantic drama which takes place in a broken down boathouse in Lebanon, Missouri in 1944, this is an unlikely meeting between two people--a pretty, but as yet unmarried Protestant lady and a persuasive and charming 40-ish Jewish accountant from St. Louis who is determined to woo and win her. The two characters reveal secrets which reflect their changing world and their unconventional attraction to one another. This play has been described by The New York Times as a “’valentine to a classic romantic ideal: two lost souls finding in each other a respite for loneliness.’” A poignant tale Talley’s Folly is full of humor, need and in the end, the humanizing power of love.

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

In categories: Performing Arts

March 22

Talley's Folly

Time: 2 PM

Price: Adults $25, Students $12

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

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

Talley’s Folly is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. This one-act, two-character play was winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Drama Critics Circle Award in 1980. A romantic drama which takes place in a broken down boathouse in Lebanon, Missouri in 1944, this is an unlikely meeting between two people--a pretty, but as yet unmarried Protestant lady and a persuasive and charming 40-ish Jewish accountant from St. Louis who is determined to woo and win her. The two characters reveal secrets which reflect their changing world and their unconventional attraction to one another. This play has been described by The New York Times as a “’valentine to a classic romantic ideal: two lost souls finding in each other a respite for loneliness.’” A poignant tale Talley’s Folly is full of humor, need and in the end, the humanizing power of love.

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

In categories: Performing Arts

March 28

Sonomusette at CPAC

Time: 7:30 PM

Price: 30.00

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

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

Local favorites, SonoMusette bring their unique interpretation of popular French café music to CPAC. New interpretations and vintage favorites made famous by Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, and other greats of the era transport listeners to mid twentieth-century Paris. Please join us for a mid-winter musical treat that promises to be spectaculaire. Generously sponsored by Tod Hill & Peter McAweeney, Christel & Ron Longo, and Dobie Edmunds & Thomas King Tickets $30. The theater is located at 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Tickets available online at cloverdaleperformingarts.com; in person at the Mail Center, Etc., 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd., 707-894-3222; or at the door if available.

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

www.cloverdaleperformingarts.com

In categories: Music, Performing Arts