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Events for April 2020

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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

April 2

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

Jazz Caliente, an all-star emsemble whose members have appeared with Dizzy Gillespie, Freddie Hubbard, Linda Ronstadt, Zakir Hussain, Michael Bolton, Jon Faddis, Tom Scott, Pete Escovedo and the Temptations, will be at the Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery on Thursday, April 2.

Contact: Mark Tharrington

Phone: 707-894-8500

mark@cloverdaleartsalliance.org

www.cloverdaleartsalliance.org

In categories: Music

April 4

Dia del Nino

Time: 12 Noon to 3 pm

Price: Children Free, Adults $10

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

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

Come join us for a celebration of all our children! Ven y celebra con nosotros a todos los niños! Día del Niño is a traditional Latin-American celebration of love and appreciation for children and childhood. We will have presents, games, food and music for the whole family! Ven y celebra con nosotros a todos los niños! Habrán regalos, premios, música, comida y entretenimiento para toda la familia. Generously sponsored by / Generosamente patrocinado por Jack Fitzsimmons & Walter Gendell and / y Kathy & Bruce Walsh

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

www.cloverdaleperformingarts.com

In categories: Performing Arts

April 11
(April 11 and )

Open Mic Night at CPAC

Time: 7:30 PM

Price: Free

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

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

Always fresh and exciting, Open Mic is now in its 4th year and bringing a lot of local and not so local talent to our stage.  It's fun and full of surprises and a great venue for artists of all kinds to perform for an appreciative audience. Performers must sign up with Artistic Director Yavé Guzman by calling 707-508-8339 by 5 pm the Thursday before the event. Event is free. We always appreciate donations!

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

In categories: Performing Arts

April 11

Christian Science Lecture, Living in the ‘Kingdom of Heaven’ right here and now

Time: 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM

Price: free

Where: Christian Science Society, Healdsburg

Address: 424 East Street

Christian Science Lecturer and healer José de Dios Mata's message is clear and simple. The Kingdom of Heaven isn't someplace in the future. It is a mental and spiritual state of being filled with goodness that we can live in right now wherever we are.

Contact: Reading Room

Phone: 7074334776

csshbg@sonic.net

https://www.christiansciencehealdsburg.com/events

In categories: Service Organizations

April 16 - 18

Spring Book Sale

Where: Cloverdale Regional Library

Address: 401 N Cloverdale Blvd, Cloverdale, CA

Thursday, 4/16 6-8 pm. Members preview, you may join at the door. Friday & Saturday, 4/17 & 4/18 Open to the public 11:30 am - 5:30 pm BAG SALE Saturday, 4/18 3:00 - 5:30 pm $5/bag

Contact: Susan Clark

Phone: 7078945663

clark.sann@gmail.com

In categories: Fundraiser, Shopping

April 18

Voices of the Soil

Time: 2:30 pm

Price: Free

Where: Cloverdale Performing Arts Ceneter

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

The history of Sonoma County is rooted in agriculture. From the earliest ranches, farms, and vineyards of the 19th century to the current dominance of the wine and cannabis industries, farmers have shaped our land and created our communities. “Voices of the Soil” brings a diverse range of farmers, winemakers, and agronomists to the stage of CPAC with stories of the triumphs and challenges of farming in a rapidly changing economy and physical environment. Our storytelling program starts at 2:30 pm. At 3:30 pm there will be a brief intermission and a documentary, followed by the second half of our program. We invite everyone to a social gathering in our lobby at the conclusion of this fascinating and informative “Telling the Story” about our very special Northern California county and community! The event is free but your generous donation will help continue to bring stories such as these to CPAC.

Contact: Linda Freeth

Phone: 4087220019

www.cloverdaleperformingarts.com

In categories: Performing Arts

April 18

LITERACY ONE-DAY FOR KIDS

Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Where: City Plaza

Address: N Cloverdale Blvd

BOOK GIVE-AWAY! Kiwinis sponsored Literacy One-Day for kids

Contact: Julie Carter

Phone: 707-548-8706

April 24 - 25

Graton Community Club Spring Flower Show

Time: 9am - 4 pm

Price: free

Where: Graton Community Club

Address: 8996 Graton Rd, Graton, CA

Graton Community Club Spring Flower Show and Plant Sale Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 25 9am-4pm 8996 Graton Road in Downtown Graton 707-829-5314 www.gratoncommunityclub.org Free Admission It’s Spring and the Graton Community Club brings you a wonderful combination of Art to Flowers. The main hall will feature objects of art mirrored by unique flower arrangements. The garden area is selling hundreds of wonderful vegetable starts, flowers, succulents, perennials, and drought tolerant plants. Also available are handmade novelties and fabulous quilts, recycled treasures, and a raffle from local businesses and artists. A $12 lunch, with homemade desserts, is served from 11-2 both days. Live local music all day. This event benefits a scholarship program for local JC students moving on to a four year school.

Contact: Nancy Kesselring

Phone: 707-829-5314

kesssel@sonic.net

www.gratoncommunityclub.org

In categories: Fundraiser