Founded in 2007, the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center offers diverse theatrical, dance, music and arts performances that embrace traditional and innovative works. During your visit, make sure to check out their list of upcoming performances.
At the forefront of Cloverdale’s music scene is the widely popular Friday Night Live concert series that runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day. For year-round music entertainment, you can find live performances at many venues right in downtown including the Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2018, the Cloverdale History Center and Museum takes you back in time as you walk through the Gould-Shaw House with its Victorian rooms decorated as they would have been at the turn of the 20th Century. Feature exhibits include the native Pomo Indian artistry and artifacts, a Timeline Wall highlighting key episodes in the history of Cloverdale, a vintage mudwagon, tools and machinery.
Cloverdale is not only home to Alexander Valley Film Society, Sonoma County’s largest and most popular film festival, but also to The Clover Theater, summer drive-in movies, the well-known Red Carpet Evening, as well as many other events.