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Cloverdale Comments by Carol Russell & Reese Foxen

Cloverdale, California

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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell & Reese Foxen Cloverdale Comments - February 2016
February 1, 2016
by Carol Russell

Come Rain or Shine!

Join us at the 124th Cloverdale Citrus Fair! “There’s a lot to do – indoors and out.” at this historic event that offers us “a hometown” experience says CEOBonnie Wlodarczky, who’s career with the Fair began 30 years ago. 

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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell & Reese Foxen Cloverdale Comments - January 2016
January 1, 2016
by Carol Russell

“If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.” —Cicero



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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell & Reese Foxen Cloverdale Comments - December 2015
December 1, 2015
by Carol Russell

“A sale is something that happens while you are immersed in serving your customer.” —Unknown



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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell & Reese Foxen Cloverdale Comments - November 2015
November 1, 2015
by Carol Russell
I like a teacher who gives you something to take home to think about besides homework.  ~ Edith Ann (via L. Tomlin)
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REVIEW: Sin, Sex and the CIA at Cloverdale Performing Arts Center REVIEW: Sin, Sex and the CIA at Cloverdale Performing Arts Center
October 12, 2015
With Donald Trump still ahead in the polls and all the other insanity coming out of Washington lately, I wouldn't be surprised if people mistook Cloverdale Performing Arts Center's latest production, Sin, Sex and the CIA, for a dry expose on recent American politics. But, luckily for everyone in the audience, this play is a farce and a very funny one at that. 
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“Sin, Sex & the CIA” at Cloverdale Performing Arts Review – “Sin, Sex & the CIA” at Cloverdale Performing Arts – by Harry Duke
October 10, 2015
Sin, Sex & the CIA (now playing at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center) may well be the single stupidest script ever written for the stage. I may have to qualify that as I’ve yet to see any other of the other plays by Michael Parker and sometimes co-writer wife Susan, but with such titles as The Amorous AmbassadorThe Sensual SenatorThere’s a Burglar in My Bed, and Never Kiss a Naughty Nanny, I suspect they are of the same caliber. The Parkers make no excuses for their style of writing. They even have a slogan – yes, these writers have a slogan - “No hidden messages, no profound thoughts, just naughty but nice fun & laughter” Translation – Get ready to see something stupid!
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Alexander Valley Drive-In MOVIES in Cloverdale Alexander Valley Drive-In MOVIES in Cloverdale
September 12, 2015
Bringing the drive-in movie back to Sonoma County is just one of the milestones achieved by the Alexander Valley Film Society (AVFS) during its fruitful first year. Since its launch last Fall, AVFS has delivered on its commitment to enhance the cultural and educational landscape of Northern Sonoma County.
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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell Cloverdale Comments - September 2015
September 1, 2015
by Carol Russell

“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” —Henry Adams

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Landon Barry - James and the Giant Peach REVIEW: James and the Giant Peach at Cloverdale Performing Arts
August 8, 2015

For those of you caught in the August doldrums- when parents have simply run out of ideas of things to do to amuse the kids- there’s hope on the horizon.  Cloverdale Performing Arts Center’s production of Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach will surely delight the whole family. James is the lesser-know and -celebrated cousin to the bestselling, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

In 1961, when James and the Giant Peach was written, most books for children were full of fluffy bunnies and happy times. Dahl’s work was always a bit edgy, highly imaginative, if completely improbably, and fun, fun, fun. 

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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell Cloverdale Comments - August 2015
August 1, 2015
by Carol Russell

“Each person holds so much power within themselves that needs to be let out. Sometimes they just need a little nudge, a little direction, a little support. . .and the greatest things can happen.” —Pete Carroll

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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell & Reese Foxen Cloverdale Comments - July 2015
July 1, 2015
by Carol Russell

“Education is not preparation for life: Education is life itself.” —John Dewey

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Midsummer Night's Dream at Cloverdale performing Arts Midsummer Night's Dream at Cloverdale Performing Arts
June 13, 2015
There’s fine Shakespeare to be found in Ashland, yet, just up the road in its handsome theater, Cloverdale Performing Arts are revisiting that charming smorgasbord of delights: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM with its quirksome switching of lovers, braggadocio of Bottom, shenanigans of the Fairy King, mischief of Puck, and more and more. The 99 seat theater is expansive yet intimate. The acoustics are excellent, great stage lighting and air-conditioned. It should be in the scopes of all traveling troupes.   
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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell Cloverdale Comments - June 2015
June 1, 2015
by Carol Russell

“Creativity is a gift each one of us is born with, irrespective of our backgrounds and entitlement of culture. The challenge is to hold onto this gift as we go through life. To nurture it. To encourage it.” —Ali Mansoor

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Sonoma County Sculpture Trail Exhibit: May 8 2015 – May 5, 2016 Sonoma County Sculpture Trail Exhibit: May 8 2015 – May 5, 2016
May 5, 2015
First there was anticipation in Cloverdale and Geyserville followed by excitement as new sculptures were installed for the 2015-2016 Sculpture Trail in downtown Cloverdale and Geyserville. The Sculpture Trail is a year-round, outdoor exhibit with sculptures changing every May, sponsored by the Cloverdale Arts Alliance and the Geyserville Community Foundation. 
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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell Cloverdale Comments - May 2015
May 1, 2015
by Carol Russell

Caring. Inclusiveness. Leadership. Character building. These are the core values of every High School Key Club and, as she guides students through real world experiences that teach them to become a vital part of their community, no one exemplifies them more than Sue Cummins, Cloverdale High School (CHS) Key Club’s beloved Faculty and Regional Advisor.

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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell Cloverdale Comments - April 2015
April 1, 2015
by Carol Russell

Mardi Gras Masquerade!

When we met Raquel Moffat and Nikki Bird for coffee at Plank to learn more about what they hope will be the 1st Annual Fundraiser for Jefferson Elementary School PTA, these vivacious co-chairs explained that the goal is to return the “things that have gone away”, including “educational programs, tools, and opportunities”. Each has been involved with the PTA for seven years and in its best tradition gives of themselves to help support Pre-K through 4th grade. 


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Cloverdale Comments - Carol Russell Cloverdale Comments - March 2015
March 1, 2015
by Carol Russell

DISCOVERING OAT VALLEY VINTAGE & COLLECTIBLES

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Cloverdale Comments Cloverdale Comments - February 2015
February 1, 2015
by Carol Russell

Three Ways To Love Where You Live!

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Cloverdale Comments Cloverdale Comments - January 2015
January 1, 2015
by Carol Russell
Families. Friends. Visitors. Young. Old. And In-between. California's first Fair of the year is a beloved, multi-generational tradition among folks all around our region and even beyond. The Fair’s program for 2015 promises to make every day and night special. Plan now to join all of us for a truly joyous "small town Americana" experience.
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Cloverdale Comments Cloverdale Comments - December 2014
December 1, 2014
by Carol Russell
One of the most popular “All you can eat!” dinner events anywhere. Enjoy Dungeness cracked crab, pasta, salad, fresh bread and dessert with wine and beer included. Incredible live and silent auctions, plus lots of good old holiday fun in a relaxed, “Share our table” atmosphere—all for $50 per. 6-9p.m. at Citrus Fair, 100 Citrus Fair Dr. Hurry! No tix at the door. Buy from Kiwanis members or at brownpapertickets.com
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